Tag: Oklahoma State Cowboys

Big 12 Preview: No. 5 Oklahoma State

Priority number one for Head Coach Mike Gundy and Offensive Coordinator Mike Yurich is replacing star quarterback Mason Rudolph, who holds over 50 school records, and wide receiver James Washington both key parts of the nations top passing attack that averaged 389.2 yards a game. The battle for quarterback is not expected to be settled ...

Big 12 Preview: No. 3 West Virginia

   0-3. That was the Mountaineers record without Heisman Trophy candidate quarterback Will Grier. His finger injury against Texas ended a promising season. For the Mountaineers to contend it is imperative Grier stay healthy and a defense that allowed 6.1 yards a play improves. Despite missing two full games and part of the Texas ...

Meet the Press

The real college basketball season officially begins tonight for the Oklahoma State Cowboys and the rest of the Big 12 Conference. With six teams currently ranked in the Top 25, the conference season has the makings to be a legendary one for the Big 12. A conference usually dominated and owned by Kansas is currently ...

Orange Bowl Basketball Classic Preview: OSU vs. FSU

After a week off the hardwood, the Oklahoma State Cowboys (7-2) are looking to get back on the winning side of things against No.19 Florida State (9-0) at the 24th annual MetroPCS Orange Bowl Basketball Classic in Sunrise, Fla. The last time the Cowboys were on a court, they suffered a 78-66 loss at the ...

Happy Bowling: Complete CFB Bowl Predictions

Beginning with the Celebration Bowl on December 16 and ending with the National Championship on January 8, a total of 41 bowl games will be played.

Preview: OSU vs. No.6 Wichita State

The Cowboys return to action in Stillwater this afternoon to take on the No. 6 Shockers (7-1), in what should be the first true test for a team with a lot of questions still hanging over them. Both teams come into today’s game with one loss. Both teams lost to a Top 10 opponent. The ...

Oklahoma State Ends Texas’ Dominant Trend With a Dominant Win.

The only word to accurately describe Oklahoma State's 49-31 victory over the Texas Longhorns is domination. That's precisely what they did, they dominated.That's something that doesn't happen very often in Stillwater, OK with this being the Cowboys first win over Texas at home since 1997. Oklahoma State got off to a great offensive start in the ...