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Kris Akins has led the Hugo Buffaloes this season in pass receptions and reportedly has drawn the attention of numerous college football scouts. More on the Buffaloes inside today’s Hugo News.
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Buffaloes host Keys in first round State playoffs but stumble in second half

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GENE NESBIT STADIUM — After making history playing host in the State football playoffs for the second year in a row, the Hugo Buffaloes came out smokin’ in the first half against the Keys Cougars Friday in Hugo, taking a commanding early lead in the game, going up 20-0 in the first quarter alone.
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Football Contest winner

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BRADLEY BATTIEST, right, was this week’s winner of the Hugo News Football Contest after choosing 13 out of 17 games correctly. Battiest guessed closest (475) to the OU Sooners’ total offense figure (540) to edge out Edward Johnson. Pictured: Bradley collects the $50 weekly prize from Chris Davidson of Sonic, where he obtained his winning entry blank.

OU’s legendary Billy Tubbs dead at 85

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Known for his high-scoring offenses and witty comments during and after big basketball games, former OU basketball coach Billy Tubbs has passed away at the age of 85. Many remember him being hired on April Fool’s Day in 1980 and others will never forget the sports pundits calling his style of coaching “Billy Ball.” “My goals are to reach the Final Four and then the Final Two and then be the Final One,” Tubbs said the day he was hired.