Behind-The-Scenes With The King: How Barry Switzer Is Changing The Way We Watch Football

Barry Switzer wants to watch college football with you. Yes, you. He wants you to be sitting right next to him, in his house, munching on his snacks, with drinks from his fridge, talking Sooners football while the game is on TV. And yes, I’m talking about that Barry Switzer, the 79-year-old College Football Hall... Continue Reading →

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Six Great Pieces of Advice in “Lessons from Legends”

My new book Lesson from Legends: 12 Hall of Fame Coaches on Life, Leadership, and Leaving a Legacy is available on Amazon right now. The book is great, not because I wrote it, but because it contains wisdom from so many great men. It obviously has some great advice for coaches and players, but I... Continue Reading →

Andy Mineo Is For The People

Politicians would dream of the crowd Andy Mineo recently had at his show at the Texas Theater on the campus of The University of Texas at Arlington. College and high school kids got hyped next to middle-aged people, some with their children. The hands bobbing in the air, from the front row to the back... Continue Reading →

Lecrae Is One of The Most Influential Men In America

Bun B, Kendrick Lamar, Big K.R.I.T. Tim Keller, John Piper, Louie Giglio. Bubba Watson, Justin Forsett, Steph Curry. The first three: famous, critically-acclaimed rappers. Keller, Piper, and Giglio? Well-known white pastors in their 50s and 60s. Two-time Masters champion Watson, Baltimore Ravens running back Forsett, and newly-crowned NBA MVP Curry round out the group. The... Continue Reading →

Top Albums of 2017 – 5-1

My Top 5 features a few artists you would expect and a few you wouldn't. As always, there's a band that I would have never guessed I would put in a Top 10 list (The National) and some that I absolutely would have expected (Jd McPherson, U2, and Jason Isbell) and then a newcomer (Julien... Continue Reading →

Which Baker Will Accept the Heisman?

We all know Baker is going to win. Normally I wouldn't make a definitive statement like that, but this one seems so secure that I feel ok saying that. Watching the Heisman Trophy ceremony on Saturday night will be like watching a victory parade for OU fans. There won't be much suspense or mystery this... Continue Reading →

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