Jason KerseyNORMAN — Oklahoma defensive line coach Diron Reynolds will not return to the team next season and is expected to accept the same job at Stanford, sources confirmed to The Oklahoman.
Reynolds was Stanford’s assistant defensive line coach before replacing Jerry Montgomery on Oklahoma’s staff last February.
Olympic silver medalist Devin Logan pictures herself standing atop the 140-foot ski jump that towers over Fenway Park's Green Monster, hitting her jump and then coming to a stop right about where a batter would stand.
"Sliding into home plate, coming in safe, hearing the crowd cheer like I just hit a grand slam," she said Wednesday before practicing for this week's freestyle skiing and snowboarding jumpfest at the home of the Boston Red Sox.
Top-ranked golfer Lydia Ko says the Olympics in Rio de Janiero will be her top priority this year.
Ko, who will defend her New Zealand Open title from Friday, said there was "so much excitement and vibe" around the Olympic tournament, "especially as it's the first time women will play at the Olympics in golf.
When a record gets to 19-2, like the UTEP women's basketball team's record, the team has done many things well.
The Miners' particular genius when they've been good, this year as ever, is winning games at home when they are big favorites.
Former Indiana linebacker Mark Hagen has returned to his alma mater as defensive line/
Hagen was on coach Kevin Wilson's staff in 2011 and 2012 before leaving for Texas A&M, where he spent three seasons coaching linebackers, defensive tackles and serving as defensive coordinator.
As a player, Hagen won four letters, was named to the Big Ten's all-conference team twice, served as a team captain and was the 1991 Copper Bowl defensive MVP.