Posted November 01, 2013 on
STILLWATER, Okla. -- After notching a No. 8 ranking in the Associated Press preseason poll earlier this week, the Oklahoma State Cowboys faced the challenge of looking the part after a rocky first exhibition game. OSU did just that Friday night in Gallagher-Iba Arena, blowing out Division II opponent Emporia (Kan.) State, 87-51.
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Game announcers are supposed to help keep the fans engaged and interested in the game---especially when the game sucks. At the same time, while they are there to do a job at the same time they are fans--not so much of one team, but of the game. So when big plays happen it is understandable if they get a little excited.
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Next year, Kliff Kingsbury will be able to have the number “116” posted in the players lockers the week before Texas Tech makes the trip to Oklahoma State. Kingsbury had a "98" in the lockers this week to remind his team of how badly they were outscored in their last two losses to OSU. The number will change following No. 18 Oklahoma State's 52-34 victory over No...
LUBBOCK, Texas - After a short flight from Stillwater to Lubbock the busses carrying the Oklahoma State football travel party headed to the outskirts of Lubbock and popular Cagle's Steaks. Meanwhile, the players, coaches and support staff went straight to AT&T Jones Stadium to put in a short walk through and get a look at the venue for Saturday night's showdown with 15th...
On Saturday the No. 18 Oklahoma State Cowboys will travel to take on the No. 15 Texas Tech Red Raiders in a match-up of two schools from the Big 12.
Both Oklahoma State (6-1) and Texas Tech (7-1) will be attempting to avoid their second loss of the season.
Coverage of the game between Oklahoma State and Texas Tech will air on FOX beginning at 7:00 pm ET from Jones AT&...
Desmond Roland was patiently waiting for his chance and when it finally came last Saturday, he took advantage of it.
In his first career start, the junior running back delivered, rushing for 219 yards and four touchdowns on 26 carries to help lead No. 18 Oklahoma State to a 58-27 triumph at Iowa State.
Now, of course, the trick is to prove he can produce in consecutive games as...
Oklahoma State begins the basketball season ranked eighth in the Associated Press poll. It's the highest preseason for the Cowboys since beginning the 2004-05 season ranked No. 7 in the AP preseason poll. That OSU team won 26 games and were the Big 12 regular season and postseason tournament champions.
Oklahoma State (6-1, 3-1 BIG 12) is trying to pull away from Texas Tech (7-1, 4-1 Big 12) Saturday evening. With around 7 minutes left to play, the Cowboys are leading 42-24. Stay tuned
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Mike Gundy and the No. 18 Oklahoma State Cowboys travel to Lubbock, Texas to take on Kliff Kingsbury and the No. 15 Texas Tech Red Raiders in this...
Former Oklahoma State Bill Young is back in the game as Wyoming head coach Dave Christensen has hired Young as a defensive quality control coach. With the firing of defensive coordinator Chris Tormey on Monday, Young may become the dominant voice in the Wyoming Cowboys defensive meeting room as soon as Monday.
Regardless of whom Oklahoma State plays or who is on the Cowboys roster, the wide receiver position is a key part to their offense. The player who is looking to become the next big time Cowboys receiver is junior Josh Stewart.
For most of the season, the Oklahoma State Cowboys have been a victorious but somewhat lackluster team. Sure, they are 6-1, but they gave up 35 points to UTSA, were ambushed by a weak West Virginia team in Morgantown, and barely slipped past another lackluster team, Kansas State, in Stillwater. Last week They went to Ames, Iowa and torched Iowa State 58-27.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys have defeated the Texas Tech Red Raiders by a margin of 98 points in the past two games including a 66-6 defeat at Jones AT&T Stadium in 2011. The Cowboys have taken four straight victories from the Red Raiders in the series. Oklahoma State Head Coach Mike Gundy seems to have the Red Raiders number. He is 6-2 all time and only Mike Leach has defeated him.
Oklahoma State deserved to celebrate on the return flight from Lubbock on Saturday night. This was a full team effort from Daytawion Lowe's big hits and determined effort to cover jumbo inside receiver Jace Amaro of Texas Tech to the blocked punt early by junior walk-on Derek Branson to the determined runs from Desmond Roland, Jeremy Smith, Rennie Childs and speedster quarterback Clint Chelf.