Posted March 10, 2013 on
The skies turned gray and the wind started howling causing the temperatures to take a drop in north central Oklahoma on Sunday. Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy's weather forecast is for a good day for football on Monday afternoon with the temperature climbing near 60 degrees. He's hoping the forecast is correct as the Cowboys begin spring practice Monday.
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Brittney Griner had 30 points and 10 rebounds, and top-ranked Baylor held off a furious late charge by Oklahoma State for a 77-69 victory in the Big 12 tournament semifinals Sunday.
Oklahoma State trailed by 17 after Baylor guard Odyssey Sims converted a nifty three-point play with 15 minutes left, but the Cowgirls (21-10) cut it to 72-69 with 1:34 remaining when Tiffany Bias converted...
A pair of standout junior college prospects in the 2014 recruiting class paid a visit to Stillwater and Oklahoma State ast week. Originally out of the southeast, Tyreek Hill and Dontavius Blair both made strong positive impacts on the Broncbusters squad at Garden City (Kan.) Community College last season.
Oklahoma State was back on the practice field exactly 68 days after disposing of Purdue 58-14 in the Heart of Dallas Bowl in the historic Cotton Bowl. There were several differences from Jan. 1 to Monday as the sun was shining and the wind wasn't blowing. Even though the temperature was a little chilly it was a much nicer day on the bermuda grass on the practice fields east of...
STILLWATER - As Oklahoma State came out to start spring football practice Monday both the offense and the defense welcomed new coaches. The question was how long would the Cowboys be a coach short on defense. The answer was not long as just after practice began head coach Mike Gundy announced the hiring of Tim Duffie, a former Texas Tech starting linebacker during the Spike Dykes era.
The honors are just starting to pile up for Oklahoma State freshman Marcus Smart, who was named a first-team All-American and the national Freshman of the Year by Sporting News on Monday. He becomes the first Cowboy to ever be honored as the national Freshman of the Year by any publication.
STILLWATER, OK – The chants rained down from the student section in Gallagher-Iba Arena in perfect unison. Fans organized in their appreciation and respect for Marcus Smart – the Oklahoma State freshman they hope didn't play his final game in Stillwater on Saturday. The chant? "ONE MORE YEAR! ONE MORE YEAR!"
Following a opening round loss to Oklahoma State, Steve Strain weighs in on the Lady Raiders current state.