Sep 7, 2013; Norman, OK, USA; Oklahoma Sooners Schooner takes the field after a field goal was scored in the second half against West Virginia Mountaineers safety Karl Joseph (8) at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. The Oklahoma Sooners beat the West Virginia Mountaineers 16-7. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports


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Joe Buettner, editor

Editor-in-chief at Stormin' in Norman. Journalism major at the University of Oklahoma. I enjoy San Antonio Spurs basketball, Taco Bell, and a comfortable pair of headphones.

Christopher Long, Staff Writer

Staff writer-A little about me: I have lived the state of Oklahoma all my life. I am Sooner Born and Sooner Bred. I cover every nook and cranny of The University of Oklahoma Sooners football program. I live, sleep, football, covering games, as well as off the field stories that affects the Sooner Program. I am a proud OU fan, but also I am not afraid to be objective and realistic about what is happening in and around the program.

Diego Galaviz, Staff Writer

Overall sports fan, especially football and basketball. I was the sports editor of my high school's newspaper until I graduated in 2014. I received 2nd place in the 2014 Oklahoma Scholastic Media for Opinion Story. I love my teams, but will criticize when needed, especially on Twitter. I'm an Oklahoma Sooners, Oklahoma City Thunder, and New England Patriots fan.

Nathan Harkins, Staff Writer

Broadcast and Electronic Media student at OU. New to this whole blogging thing, but I have been a passionate fan of OU sports for as long as I can remember. I love OU Basketball and Football, and also try to stay knowledgeable on every sport going on in Norman. I am from Independence Missouri and love the Royals and Chiefs, but Oklahoma always comes first in my sports world.

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