Found November 03, 2011 on
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Oklahoma State sits atop the Big 12 as the only team remaining with an unblemished record.
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Oklahoma State is the Big 12's best hope at winning a national championship.
The third-ranked Cowboys (8-0, 5-0 Big 12) come into this Saturday night's game against No. 17 Kansas State (7-1, 4-1) trying to reverse a recent trend.
Oklahoma was undefeated before losing at home to Texas Tech two weeks ago, then went on the road to beat K-State a week ago. Of the four Big 12...
The Cowboys are third in the B.C.S. standings despite a defense that is ranked near the bottom. The secret? Turnovers.
Oklahoma State cornerback Brodrick Brown is one reason the Cowboys defense is the nation's best at forcing turnovers. The junior from Houston is among the nation's leaders with four interceptions (seventh) and 11 passes defended (No. 11). Brown says it's not an accident that the Cowboys have forced 26 turnovers in their last six games.
Tracy Moore says the excitement around Oklahoma State's campus, and even when he returns to his hometown of Tulsa, is building with each and every Cowboys victory. The third-ranked Cowboys will be looking to keep the excitement building Saturday night when they face Kansas State at Boone Pickens Stadium.
I saw a post from one of our subscribers that said he was giving up. He can't figure out how the Oklahoma State defense led by Bill Young is getting it done, giving up all these yards but coming up with all these turnovers and playing a very complimentary role to the powerful Oklahoma State offense.
The Longhorns yielded the game-ending goal with 2:07 remaining in the second sudden death overtime period in their semifinal match against the Cowgirls.