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Mr. Durant goes to Washington

KD's hometown will roll out the welcome mat during Thunder's visit

     The Thunder’s charter flight to Washington D.C. was scheduled to depart OKC at 2 p.m. on Monday. There’s no telling who or what will be awaiting Kevin Durant when the team lands roughly 2½ hours later. Read more...

Rohde on Sports 10/14/2015

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Barry Switzer was right about KSU's Bill Snyder

'Coach of the Century' still working his magic in 24th season

     If anyone still needs validation of Bill Snyder’s coaching prowess -- and, Lord, why would they? -- all they need to know is he’s an active member of the College Football Hall of Fame. Read more...

Rohde on Sports 9/21/15

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Rohde on Sports 9/17/15

You can hear "Rohde on Sports" every morning on The Franchise Morning Show with Steely, Rohde, Jessi and Kelly. In case you miss them they are also available on our Podcast page. Read more...

Barry Sanders was second to none in college

That includes two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin

     Forty years ago, Ohio State running back Archie Griffin became the only player to win back-to-back Heisman Trophies, for which he rightfully has been praised annually ever since. Read more...

Who knows Bo? Joe Carter's brother does

Fred Carter lines up winning celebrity call-in interview with Bo Jackson

     The story ends with Bo Jackson winning the inaugural “Celebrity Call-In” competition on 107.7 The Franchise, but the story behind the story was even more captivating. Read more...

Finally, we have a Man of Steel(y)

With Tiger in a 7-year major drought, Steely (evidently) ends his man crush

     For nearly two decades, Mike Steely has ridden shotgun on the Tiger Woods bandwagon, resembling a dalmation on a fire truck barking praise toward his man crush. Read more...

Big 12 notebook: Expansion not a high priority

Final decision will come from school presidents and chancellors

     DALLAS – After finishing his opening remarks to kick off Big 12 Media Days on Monday morning, commissioner Bob Bowlsby thought he would be inundated about University of Oklahoma president David Boren’s recent remarks in favor of the league living up to its given name by having a dozen members. Read more...

Big 12 football finally gets to the truth

'One True Champion' will now be determined by tiebreaker

     DALLAS -- Despite an embarrassing lack of conviction that perhaps cost the league a spot in college football's first-ever playoff last season, the Big 12’s slogan officially remains “One True Champion.” Read more...