Posted November 03, 2012 on
The high school playoffs began in Colorado and Kansas, which means several players who are committed to Oklahoma State now face the prospect of playing their final prep games. But that wasn’t the case for Luke Del Rio of Valor Christian (Colo.) and Jerel Morrow of Emporia, Kan., as their teams won first-round playoff games. Here are the results and available statistics from this week’s games.
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After each game, this feature will analyze several aspects of the Oklahoma State football team. Each category will either rise (+1), fall (-1) or stay even (0). Each change is based on the Cowboys performance last week. The count began after the Cowboys’ loss against Arizona -- that calibrated the chart (considering we didn’t learn much from the Savannah State blowout).
Official Press Release from West Virginia University: MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The Big 12 Conference has announced that the Nov. 10 Big 12 Conference football contest between West Virginia and Oklahoma State at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Okla., will be aired on ABC at 3:30 p.m., EST. The game will have a reverse mirror on [...]
Congratulations, Cowboys and Wildcats. In a conferecnce where the top team is plenty good enough to compete for a national championship and the top level of teams in the league are competitive, Oklahoma State and Kansas State are playing the top game in the Big 12 for the second year in a row.
This week the Wildcats will welcome another top 25 challenge in the defending Big XII Champion, the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
It was a rough road trip to Kansas State for the Oklahoma State Cowboys. First, because the Wildcats are a good football team. They very much remind me of the Cowboys a year ago in their confidence and leadership with older players on the field. Offensively, it is a different style, but they are very good at what they do.