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Oklahoma State has one of the best offenses Arizona will face all season. Read on to see what Arizona has to stop, who to keep an eye on, and more.
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The degree of difficulty on Oklahoma State's schedule is about to get a whole lot tougher.
After walloping Savannah State 84-0 to open the season on Saturday night, the 19th-ranked Cowboys are gearing up this week for their first road game of the season and an early test against Arizona (1-0).
Oklahoma State (1-0) has rolled to easy wins against the Wildcats each of the past...
Oklahoma State beat Savannah State 84-0 on Saturday and then an OSU fan beat his roommate for making disparaging remarks about football as a sport. That’s right, an OSU student this week beat his roommate so bad the other kid had to go to the hospital. The details are sketchy right now because charges haven’t been filed, but this is a real thing.
According to the Stillwater...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By JEFF LATZKE AP College Football Writer It doesn't take a scholarship to be a contributor for No. 18 Oklahoma State these days.
Beyond the investment in facilities that has helped the Cowboys (1-0) become a national contender, the program is also putting more into its walk-on program and reaping the benefits.
Coach Mike Gundy...
Oklahoma State plays at Arizona at 9:30 pm Saturday. At his Monday press conference, Mike Gundy opened up about the Cowboys' first road game. Here's a look at the highlights.
The Oklahoma State University Cowboys were ranked #19 in the nation going into Saturday’s season opener. OSU plays in the Big 12 and in their long history they have picked up 50 (that’s right, 50) national championships. When you look over their Division 1 Football schedule they play the likes of Arizona, Louisiana, Texas, Iowa State, Oklahoma and Baylor.
OSU is a big school...
Joseph Randle, Shaun Lewis and Justin Gilbert have made it a habit of winning on the road the past two seasons. Oklahoma State is 11-2 in road games the last three seasons. Can the Cowboys go on the road against a Pac-12 opponent for the first time since defeating UCLA in 2004 and get a win? Robert Allen offers his insight as Oklahoma State prepares for Saturday's game against Arizona.
After a whole offseason of anticipation, receiver Isaiah Anderson couldn't believe it was already time for him to be finished playing in the season opener for No. 18 Oklahoma State.
With a minute or two left in the first quarter, receivers coach Kasey Dunn walked over to him, shook his hand and told him he was retired for the evening. The Cowboys were well on their way to an...
By JEFF LATZKE
AP College Football Writer
STILLWATER, Okla. - After a whole offseason of anticipation, receiver Isaiah Anderson couldn't believe it was already time for him to be finished playing in the season opener for No. 18 Oklahoma State.
With a minute or two left in the first quarter, receivers coach Kasey Dunn walked over to him, shook his hand and told him he was retired...
Oklahoma State realizes it has a much bigger challenge this week. Read on for the team's reaction, how it will approach Arizona, and more.
Rich Rodriguez met with the media on Monday to talk about the Toledo game, Oklahoma State, and much more. Read on for all the latest.
Oklahoma State may have talent on offense, but the defense has numerous stand out players as well. Read on for a closer look at them and what the Wildcats will see on offense Saturday.
Ashley Nevel took the opportunity to talk with Sione Tuihalamaka about Oklahoma State, the change in defense, Jeff Casteel, and more.
In his second week of serving as the Oklahoma State defensive coordinator, Glenn Spencer is very excited. Spencer is a competitor that loves the competition of calling defenses against a top-flight opponent like a Rich Rodriguez, who invented his strain of spread offense.
Todd Monken would have liked to have played starting quarterback Wes Lunt a large portion of another quarter. He would have liked to seen his young quarterback take Oklahoma State's offense through a real two-minute situation, not the regular high tempo offensive pace the Cowboys employ most of the time. The 84-0 breezy win over Savannah State just did not allow for those opportunities.