ENID, Okla. —
Noon — Tennessee Tech at Oklahoma State, KNID (107.1 FM)
2 p.m. — Tulsa at Oral Roberts, KCRC (1390 AM)
7:30 p.m. — Falcons at Lions, KCRC (1390 AM)
7:30 p.m. — Falcons at Lions, ESPN
11 a.m. — New Orleans Bowl, East Carolina vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, ESPN
2:30 p.m. – Las Vegas Bowl, Washington vs. Boise State, ESPN
Noon — Tennessee Tech at Oklahoma State, FOX Sports
11 a.m. — Syracuse vs. Temple, ESPN2
1 p.m. — Texas at Michigan State, ESPN2
3 p.m. — Kansas at Ohio State, Channel 9
3 p.m. — Marshall at Kentucky, ESPN2
3 p.m. — Southern at Texas A&M, FOX Sports
5 p.m. — Missouri vs. Illinois, ESPN2
7 p.m. — Florida vs. Kansas State, ESPN2
6 p.m. — Bulls at Hawks, WGN
8 a.m. — Replay of Texas Class 4A Division II Championship, FOX Sports
Noon and 1 a.m.— Texas Class 4A Division I Championship, Channel 73
4 p.m. — Texas Class 5A Division II Championship, Channel 73
8 p.m. — Texas Class 5A Division I Championship, FOX Sports
3 p.m. — Cruiserweights, Hamer vs. Glazkov and heavyweights, Cunningham vs. Adamek, Channel 4
6:30 a.m. — Premier League, Arsenal at Wigan, ESPN2
11 a.m. — Big 12 Showcase, FOX Sports
11:30 a.m. — Big 12 Showcase Women’s Special, FOX Sports
ENID, Okla. —
Medford’s Pitts gets long-awaited shot as coach
Cory Pitts might be the happiest coach at the Cache Team Girls Basketball Camp this week.
Melton’s no-hit bid leads Majors
Enid Majors pitchers Nate Melton and Damian Neiswanger each had first-inning run support Tuesday in a Lincoln, Neb., doubleheader.
Neither needed much.
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Lunt transferring to Illinois
Former Oklahoma State starting quarterback Wes Lunt is transferring to Illinois, returning to his home state after giving the Illini little consideration out of high school.
Lunt is from Rochester, Ill., and started five games last season as a freshman for the Cowboys, but was sidelined by an injury. He was the first true freshman to open the season as the starting quarterback at Oklahoma State since at least 1950.
The highly regarded Lunt will have to sit out this fall under NCAA transfer rules, but when he’s available in 2014 could be an instant upgrade for a struggling Illinois program and coach Tim Beckman, who is headed into his second season in Champaign. Beckman is a former OSU assistant coach.
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