Brown to Ostroski: “Tell us what it feels like to be a college kid?
Ostroski: “It’s pretty fun, it’s a lot more fun than I expected. It’s been about a month since I moved in and started soccer and school at TU. It was awesome, surrounded by a lot of cool guys and awesome coaches. It’s so much more than I could have imagined.
Brown to Malham: “You really have a football history in your family and a basketball history too. Is there one sport that makes you better than another or is everything working out well?
Malham: “I think it all works together. I think playing multiple sports helps you not to exhaust yourself in one sport, so I can just spend my time doing both.
Lewis to Cloud: “What does the future look like for you? “
Cloud: “I had a handicap of 9 when I took on this job and haven’t played for a year and a half – back at golf course # 1 and decided to write a book. JV Haney has told me every Monday for the past six years, we have lunch every Monday, that I need to write a book. I think the title of the book is, “You Can’t Make This Up.” And that will be the nine years I spent at TPS.
Memoir talks about ‘Friday Night Lights’
Former Tulsa Tribune writer Steve Love’s book “Football, Fast Friends, and Small Towns: A Memoir Straight from a Broken Oklahoma Heart”, is more than football in the same vein as “Friday Night Lights”, especially the classic TV series.