Posted January 25, 2013 on
A crazy week of recruiting takes Oklahoma State into its second biggest visit weekend of the recruiting season. The Cowboys will be one step closer to a full staff when new inside receivers coach Jason Ray arrives on Saturday. Four visitors are expected in Stillwater, including two defensive linemen, one junior college defensive tackle and a defensive end out of the DFW Metroplex.
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Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy announced on Thursday afternoon the hiring of a new inside receivers coach in Jason Ray. The former Broken Arrow (Okla.) High School standout went on to play at Missouri where he was a solid contributor to the Missouri offense and played with current New Orleans Saints backup quarterback Chase Daniel.
Defensive end Tyus Bowser of Tyler (John Tyler), Texas has verbally committed to Oklahoma State, according to multiple sources (newspaper, radio, television and the Internet) in East Texas and the Tyler area. Bowser becomes the 21st verbal commitment in the 2013 recruiting class.
Oklahoma State football hosted its first Junior Day for the 2014 recruiting class on Saturday. The Cowboys reportedly had 20 some junior prospects make the trip to campus, including some talented Texans. One of those standout Texans was Keller Timbercreek running back Cedric Dale, a 5-9, 180-pound speedster who said he had a good first look at OSU.
Toni Young had 15 points and 15 rebounds and Lindsey Keller added 14 points to lead No. 12 Oklahoma State to a 65-52 victory against Kansas on Saturday night.
Tiffany Bias and Kendra Suttles had 12 points each for the Cowgirls (15-3, 4-3 Big 12), who have won 24 straight games in which they had four players score in double figures, including 13 this season.
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Late in the first half, Travis Ford’s wardrobe told the story. The suit jacket was off. OSU was in trouble. The Cowboys were down 13 points with five minutes left until the break and lacked any kind of offensive consistency. Contested jumpshots were followed by turnovers. The Cowboys couldn’t even grab an offensive rebound.
Oklahoma State got a jump on the 2014 recruiting class as the Cowboys held their first Junior Day on Saturday for the class that will sign a year and a little over a week from now. There were reportedly some 20 or more prospects that took advantage of the opportunity including one of the top 2014 quarterback prospects for Oklahoma.
GoPokes.com is contacting as many Oklahoma State commitments as possible leading up to National Signing Day. We are asking each of them the same 10 questions, some football related and others not, in an attempt to give fans a chance to get to better know their future Cowboy. Check back each and every day leading up to Feb. 6 for more questions and answers with the OSU stars of the future.
One could put the game film from West Virginia’s 80-66 loss at Oklahoma State on Saturday in a time capsule and use it in future years to explain the Mountaineers’ 2012-13 season.