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The Missouri football team hosts their second game in a row at Faurot Field on Saturday, when they welcome the No. 4 Oklahoma State Cowboys for an 11 a.m. kickoff.
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One of Ben Buie’s best mementos from his playing days at Oklahoma State was the ring he received for the 2004 Cotton Bowl against Ole Miss. Buie, a former center, broke his leg a few games before the bowl game, but he was still proud of what his team accomplished that year. That’s why he [...]
The last time Oklahoma State played at Missouri in October 2008, the Cowboys came away with a big upset of a school that appeared poised to be No. 1.
The Cowboys (6-0, 3-0 Big 12) are the big dogs this time around, sixth-ranked and favored by a touchdown to keep their unbeaten season rolling and end Missouri's 10-game home winning streak on Saturday. They're road tested...
Once committed to Oklahoma State, Northwest Mississippi Community College offensive tackle prospect Donald Hawkins committed the recruiting move that has never seemed to sit well with Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy. As reported by KStatefans.com, the Scout.com Kansas State site, Hawkins made an official recruiting visit the weekend of the Missouri game to Kansas State.
ScoutTV's Britton Lynn caught up with Oklahoma State Commit & 3-Star Defensive End Prospect Victor Irokansi after his team's 41-14 win over Bastrop on Friday. The 6'3 220 recruit told us why he chose the Cowboys, when he is visiting them next and his goals for the season.
Oklahoma State freshman forward Le'Bryan Nash has already received high praise as the Preseason Big 12 Freshman of the Year but he collected another major preseason honor on Thursday.
Despite a crowd of 1,008, the fifth largest in program history, the Baylor soccer team (13-3-2, 4-2-1) fell to No. 2 Oklahoma State (16-0-1, 5-0-1) 1-0 on Friday night at Betty Lou Mays Field.
CFT's Predictions 101: No. 4 Oklahoma State will survive a trip to Missouri, and No. 6 Wisconsin will roll at No. 16 Michigan State.
Coach Mike Gundy is taking a less-is-more approach at No. 6 Oklahoma State.
When looking for an exact date to point to for Oklahoma State’s football renaissance, Oct. 11, 2008 is a good place to start.