If you happen to swing by newsstand in Oklahoma in the near future be sure and pick up the May 1st Edition of the Sooner Spectator Magazine, the publishers of the Oklahoma based magazine company have dedicated the May 1st edition to the influence Native American athletes have had for the historic University of Oklahoma football program.
“More than half-century before Prentice Gault became the first African-American to play football at the University of Oklahoma, a strapping young man named Key Wolf broke the school’s original color barrier. When the Chickasaw player too the field for the Oklahoma Rough Riders on Oct. 9, 1905, he started a tradition of Native American influence at OU that has continued to thrive for more than 100 years, – By Jay C. Upchurch”
The table of contents list great articles on Indian Jack Jacobs, Wahoo McDaniel, Tommy Tallchief, Chebon Dacon and of course Heisman winner Sam Bradford. You can visit http://www.soonerspectator.com for information on how and where to purchase a copy of Sooner Spectator Magazine.
Sooner Spectator Magazine Company Overview
Sooner Spectator began publishing in April 2005 with the goal of delivering the highest quality, most comprehensive coverage of the University of Oklahoma athletics available. … The ownership group, Redzone Publishing LLC, guarantees a total commitment to overall quality from the award-winning writing to the incredible photography and design.