Tulsa Rumors & News

  • Auburn linebacker Khari Harding transferring to Tulsa

    Alabama.com "Backup Auburn linebacker Khari Harding has decided to transfer to Tulsa, according to both Harding and the Golden Hurricane. Harding, a former safety who played sparingly in each of his two seasons at Auburn, is originally from Edmond, Oklahoma, which is roughly an hour and a half from his new..." January 21

  • TU dismisses OL Zach Webb after drug arrest

    Tulsa World "University of Tulsa coach Philip Montgomery on Thursday dismissed offensive lineman Zach Webb from the football program for violation of team rules. After redshirting in 2013, Webb did not play last season. An All-State defensive lineman at Metro Christian, he began his college career on..." January 16

  • Report: A&M OC Jake Spavital interviewed for Tulsa job

    College Football Talk "Kevin Sumlin is already in the midst of a hunt for a new defensive coordinator. Could the Texas A&M head coach be looking for a new coordinator on the other side of the ball as well? That may — or may not — ultimately be the case as Mark Berman of FOX26 in Houston is reporting that A&M..." December 04

  • Tulsa fires coach Bill Blankenship after 2-10 season

    CBSSports.com "Tulsa made things official on Monday morning, announcing that coach Bill Blankenship will not be back with the program in 2015. "We are grateful for the service and commitment of coach Blankenship to our university, our student-athletes and our community, but we have decided that the program..." December 01

  • Former OU commit Dalton Rodriguez transferring to Sooners from Tulsa

    The Oklahoman "Dalton Rodriguez committed to Oklahoma while he was at Tulsa Union but, wanting to play defense, eventually switched his commitment to Tulsa and eventually signed with the Golden Hurricane. Now, Rodriguez will wind up in Norman after all, deciding to transfer to OU after an up and down year..." August 18

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN.com "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 09

  • Cole Way leaving TU football program for baseball career

    The Oklahoman "Tulsa punter/kicker Cole Way hasn't played baseball since his high school days, but the 6-foot-8 senior is leaving TU to pitch for the Kansas City Royals organization. Having decided to forgo his senior season at TU, the 6-foot-8 Way was scheduled to travel on Monday night to Surprise, Ariz.,..." June 10