Q: Tim, I think I’ve got a good idea. I’m re-roofing two of my barns with metal roofing. I was thinking of extending the roof past the walls 18 inches so dripping water falls farther away from the barn walls. Right now I’ve got gutters and I’m tired of them clogging up with leaves and debris. What is the best practice when it comes to gutters or no gutters? What about sizes for both gutters and downspouts? What would you do if you were me? —Carol K., Mio, Mich.
A quarterfinal round of the CFP would be more interesting, and more open to G5 teams who would prefer to stay and fight than flee and do their own thing
Brandon Rachal was selected Naismith Trophy player of the week in addition to conference player of the week after averaging 23.5 points and 10.5 rebounds against Houston and Cincinnati.
For the second game in a row, Brandon Rachal delivered the winning free throws for the University of Tulsa in the closing seconds.
ATLANTA — Jack Podlesny told Georgia coaches before Friday's Peach Bowl that he felt confident attempting field goals from as long as 55 yards — a full 4 yards past his career best.
The Hurricane has only two wins at Cincinnati in 20 tries and hasn't won there since defeating the Bearcats 65-64 on Jan. 5, 1967.
Q: Tim, I’m about to embark on a kitchen remodeling adventure and don’t want to get shipwrecked on the island of kitchen mistakes. I’ve never had an island in my kitchen, and I don’t have lots of space. Can you help me decide if one will work? What, in your opinion, is the smallest island you can have in a kitchen? What about appliances and electricity in the island? What happens if you get a stone top and want to change it later? How would you get the stone top off? —Mary Chris F., Cincinnati
CINCINNATI (AP) — The Pittsburgh Steelers' December swoon is looking more like a collapse.
CINCINNATI — Giovani Bernard scored two first-half touchdowns after turnovers and the Cincinnati Bengals held on to stun the badly slumping Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17 on Monday night.
TU's six-game winning streak ends as the Hurricane finishes the regular season 6-2.
TU, which had won four games this season after trailing by double digits, fell behind 10-0 in the first quarter and came back to tie the game in the second half.
Sixty-three days after they were originally scheduled to meet in the regular season, the Hurricane will finally face Cincinnati on Saturday night.
Deneric Prince, Corey Taylor II and TK Wilkerson have taken turns leading the Hurricane in rushing yards, combining to average 143.1 yards per game.
Saturday’s TV audience should be the Hurricane's biggest of the season and could supplant the 2010 Notre Dame telecast as the most-watched Tulsa telecast ever.
Philip Montgomery started his Monday on the football field, shoveling several inches of snow at H.A. Chapman Stadium along with the rest of the TU staff.
Team spirit is important, but public health has a higher priority, or it should be, the editorial says. As proud as we are of the teams' successes, we've been ambivalent about there even being a college football season because of its potential to spread a potentially deadly disease among players and fans.
When a program effectively manages its COVID-19 protocols and on a weekly basis has its team ready to play, the coaches and players deserve maximum respect for managing their lives in a smart way.
The odds for the Big 12 and American Athletic Conference championship games were released by BetOnline on Thursday afternoon.
The Sooners and Golden Hurricane will play in their respective conference championship games on Dec. 19.
By virtue of staying undefeated in the American, Tulsa ensured a spot in the conference championship game against Cincinnati.
The Sooners (6-2) remained at No. 11 after having last Saturday’s game postponed against West Virginia due to COVID-19 concerns. Tulsa is at No. 24.
The Hurricane’s game at Houston, scheduled to be played Saturday, has been postponed because of the Cougars’ positive cases and contact tracing.
Tulsa (5-1) made its first appearance in the Coaches’ poll at No. 25.