Posted November 27, 2012 on
It is senior weekend in Waco as the Bears host the Oklahoma State Cowboys in their regular season finale. With a bowl bid wrapped up, the Bears are fighting for a better destination this holiday season.
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The Oklahoma State Cowboys won the Puerto Rico Shootout over then-No. 6 North Carolina State, 76-56, last weekend and picked up where they left off on Sunday with an impressive 81-58 victory over Portland State. The Cowboys have restructured their chemistry and cruised like most thought they would on Sunday. The key is that after a three-game tournament and with a week off, the...
Oklahoma State fans that are unhappy with Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Bill Young. Mike Gundy was asked about the defense Monday night during his radio call-in show. He said the mix of three-, four-, five- and six-man pressures is designed to confuse veteran quarterbacks, but he feared going into the Bedlam game that the Cowboys might have trouble covering OU's talented receivers.
Toni Young scored 24 and pulled down 19 rebounds and No. 18 Oklahoma State pulled away in the second half for a 90-55 rout of Texas State on Wednesday night.
Young was 10 of 17 from the field.
Liz Donohoe scored 22 points and had six rebounds. Tiffany Bias added 12 points and five steals. Kendra Suttles had 10 points.
Texas State was hot early and led with 6 minutes to go in the...
The Cowboys from Oklahoma State are coming to town this weekend. Who has the edge on offense and defense against each other? Find out inside BearsIllustrated.com
Oklahoma State offensive guard Lane Taylor will be playing in the final regular season game of his college football career on Saturday when the Cowboys travel to Baylor. He talks about what it's going to take to defeat the Bears.
Alex Elkins won’t sugarcoat it. His senior year playing linebacker for Oklahoma State hasn’t played out exactly as he would have hoped entering the season. But in a way, that’s a good thing. It means expectations have never been higher for the Cowboys’ defense to succeed.
"I know that Clint Chelf is our starter right now and will be our starter at Baylor," Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Todd Monken answered when asked Monday one of those questions that coaches really don't care much for when there is still football to be played in a season.