The national sports spotlight shined brightest on Oklahoma City Thursday night with Sam Bradford going first in the draft and Thunder getting their first post season win ever. Published 2:34 a.m. April 23, 2010 - Comments
Tiger will tee off Thursday at the Masters, the same day his new Nike commercial debuts. This doesn't make sense to me. Why this tournament and why this commercial? Published 11:32 a.m. April 8, 2010 - Comments
Jason Black is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he recieved a B.A. in Journalism. While at OU he served as Sports Director for the University television station. He has recieved multiple awards for public speaking and ...Read More
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Jason Black is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he recieved a B.A. in Journalism. While at OU he served as Sports Director for the University television station. He has recieved multiple awards for public speaking and comedy.
He appears weekly on 18 radio stations across the country and also writes for the magazine distinctly Oklahoma.
Growing and living in Oklahoma for almost his entire life, Jason has a passion for all sports mixed with a little pop culture.