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From Hillsboro to West Point: How Mike Krysl became Army’s special teams coordinator

Andy Lierman needed an offensive coordinator.

He found so much more in Mike Krysl.

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After dad’s passing, Gray brothers find father figures

It was strange to see Melvin Gray shopping. It was even more strange to see him excited about it.

“He did not find pleasure in going to shop,” his wife Diane Gray said. “It was like pulling teeth.”

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Former SWOSU player Joel Blumenthal driven by his darkest moments

Joel Blumenthal retreats to his darkest moments when he needs to find the light.

“I’ve had a lot of things not go my way in my career,” he said. “I’ve had a lot of things not go my way this year.”

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ONE MORE RUN, two-part investigative series

NEW COACH IN TOWN

Over the last 27 years, Richard Davis has made numerous stops in his football coaching career and plans on making Enid his final one.

“We’ve made no secret that we wanted to get our children back around family,” Davis said. “I’ve said that from the word ‘go.’ I meant it.”

But his return to Oklahoma isn’t without controversy.

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TWO SIDES OF A STORY

Richard Davis built a successful indoor football franchise in Bismarck, N.D., as the franchise’s head coach and general manager, but he was out the door before he could finish his second season with the team.

According to KX News, Davis and his wife were fired by the Bucks in April. Following their ouster, KX News discovered a five-page complaint filed against Davis by an employee, alleging he “bullied, harassed, verbally abused, intimidated and degraded” her while they worked together.

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