Archive: 9/11/17: Monday
Sooners Set High Expectations For Rest Of Season
The Sooners reaction to one of their greatest wins in program history was, well, impressive. With the victory not even 20 minutes old, Lincoln Riley told his team in the locker room it would be a disappointment if that game was the highlight of their season.
Kind-Hearted Stranger Saves Couple's Wedding CakeWhen the wedding cake collapsed, she stepped in. Bride Millie Maltby loves to bake, so for her upcoming wedding to her fiance, Matt, she decided to decorate her own three-tier wedding cake extraordinaire. But sometime during the couple's long, hot drive to the wedding venue a day before, the cake collapsed, and the newlyweds to-be were stuck with giant melted cake. That's when a kind-hearted stranger stepped in.
Florida Keys Compared To A "War Zone" In Wake Of Hurricane Irma
Hurricane Irma has battered the Florida Keys, destroying roadways and isolating residents who didn't evacuate the string of islands, prompting one county's emergency management director to call the situation a possible "humanitarian crisis."
Baker Mayfield Apologizes For Flag Incident At Ohio StateYou can't blame Oklahoma quarterback for his excitement after his Sooners beat Ohio State 31-16 Saturday night. However, Baker Mayfield made it a point to apologize for one element of his celebration -- the moment when he took an OU flag and tried to plant it into the turf at Ohio Stadium.
Catfish Litter Streets Of Florida As Hurricane Irma Hits MainlandCourtesy of WOFL in Orlando, Florida, is a video that shows catfish in the streets soon after Hurricane Irma hit the mainland United States over the weekend. "They're in the road. They're in the sewer," one voice can be heard saying while another proclaims, "There's a bunch of them!"
Hurricane Irma Bears Down On Tampa-Live Updates
Hurricane Irma roared through the Florida Keys with punishing winds Sunday and began pushing its way north, flooding streets, spawning tornadoes, knocking out power to more than 3 million people across the state and snapping massive construction cranes over the Miami skyline.