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TU women resume play against Missouri S&T

The Hurricane is playing for the first time since pausing activities last week as a result of positive COVID-19 cases.

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TU defensive coordinator Joseph Gillespie hired by TCU

Gillespie is taking Hurricane cornerbacks coach Carlton Buckels with him, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

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Source: TU defensive coordinator Joseph Gillespie interviews for TCU position

Gillespie was hired as linebackers coach on Philip Montgomery's original staff and oversaw a turnaround on that side of the ball after being promoted to defensive coordinator in 2019.

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TU hosts Loyola Marymount on Tuesday night

The Hurricane begins a three-game homestand after playing four of the last five away from the Reynolds Center.

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Source: TU assistant to join Riley's staff at USC

Zach Hanson coaches the Hurricane's offensive line.

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TU headed to Myrtle Beach for Dec. 20 bowl against Old Dominion

The Hurricane won its final three games of the season to reach bowl eligibility after a 1-4 start.

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TU in the Myrtle Beach Bowl: Get to know the Old Dominion Monarchs

Although the Monarchs didn't beat a team with a winning record, their final three games resulted in victories against teams that finished 5-7 or 6-6.

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OSU, OU and TU post-season: Fiesta, Alamo and Myrtle Beach bowls

Bowl games for Tulsa, OU and OSU will be Dec. 20, Dec. 29 and Jan. 1, respectively.

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Boise State closes strong to defeat visiting TU men, 63-58

Jeriah Horne led TU (4-4) with 17 points and Sam Grifin had 14

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TU basketball plays at Boise State on Friday night

The Hurricane has nearly alternated wins and losses in the early going and is coming off an 87-80 defeat at Oral Roberts.

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TU women's basketball team pauses activities because of positive COVID-19 cases

The Hurricane is 6-0 under first-year coach Angie Nelp as part of the best start to a season since 2004-05.

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Three TU players head for the transfer portal

Wide receiver Sam Crawford Jr., offensive lineman Dante Bivens and defensive lineman Deven Lamp announced their intentions to leave the program.

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Photos: Oral Roberts defeats Tulsa to win Mayor's Cup

Max Abmas scores 38 points for Golden Eagles in victory.

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Oral Roberts hangs on to beat Tulsa to claim Mayor's Cup

Max Abmas hit eight free throws in the final minute to propel the Golden Eagles

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TU volleyball to compete in NIVC

The Tulsa volleyball team accepted an invitation to the National Invitational Volleyball Championship (NIVC) Sunday night. The Golden Hurri…

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Three takeaways from TU's bowl-clinching 34-31 win against SMU

In a media-availability session two weeks ago, University of Tulsa safety TieNeal Martin promised he would get more interceptions in the late stage of the season.

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TU visits ORU on Monday night in Mayor's Cup

The Hurricane leads the series 36-19 with a 16-12 mark at the Mabee Center.

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TU overcomes slow start to down SMU, earn bowl eligibility

Down 17-0 in the second quarter, the Hurricane (6-6, 5-3) flipped the script with 31 unanswered points.

TU at SMU: Hurricane rallies from early deficit to defeat SMU. See complete coverage here.

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TU soccer falls 1-0 in double overtime to West Virginia; NCAA run ends

Mountaineers move on to NCAA final eight

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Four downs: Everything you need to know about TU's big win

Story of the game: Tulsa fell behind 17-0 early in the second quarter before scoring 31 unanswered points.

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