Posted June 14, 2013 on
The thought was that Oklahoma State would take a specialist in the 2014 recruiting class but with 2013 signee Ben Grogan capable of doing all three (kick placements, kickoff and punt) the questions were what would Grogan do and what would the Cowboys look for in the 2014 class? The answer is Zach Sinor, who is a returning Class 4A All-State punter out of Medina Valley High School.
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We're about to find out just how much Brent Loveland's shirt is worth.
Loveland, of Choctaw, Okla., claims he was fired from a construction job at the Stillwater, Okla., home of Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy for wearing a University of Oklahoma baseball t-shirt.
There is a pre-trial conference scheduled for Monday in Logan County, which is adjacent to Payne County...
The buzz around Stillwater suggests the Oklahoma State Cowboys offense will function at a pace never seen before by OSU faithful. The 40-yard dash time of Ra’Shaad Samples supports this theory.
Samples was the prized recruit for coach Mike Gundy’s 2013 recruiting class. The wideout from Dallas, Texas arrived in Stillwater with a ton of hype. His speed has...
Most of the Oklahoma State Cowboys scholarship newcomers are on campus. There are a few like Snow (Utah) C.C. defensive tackle Ofa Hautau, Waco University defensive tackle Ben Hughes and Arlington Martin kicker Ben Grogan who will arrive for July's summer school session The newcomers are working out under the supervision of Rob Glass and his staff while being phased into workouts...
One of the top in-state targets for the Oklahoma State coaching staff as recruiting has really revved up in June with the camp season having come and gone for now is Tulsa Washington defensive end Jordan Brailford. The 6-3, 220-pound standout for the Hornets ran run really well with a 4.73 in the forty and his 5-10-5 was a really impressive 4.23.
With the flurry of commitments coming in last week and last weekend the Oklahoma State 2014 recruiting list is much clearer while still leaving plenty of work to do before being able to say that the "hay is in the barn" and the class is complete.