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Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy does not plan to issue an update on injured starting quarterback Wes Lunt's status heading into Saturday night's game against No. 12 Texas.
Gundy had said repeatedly that he intended to include Lunt on an injury report that would be released Friday, a day before the Cowboys' Big 12 opener.
However, the school issued an advisory Friday...
It’s a harsh reality to swallow. JW Walsh might have started his last game for the Cowboys this season after a 41-36 loss against Texas on Saturday. There are only two OSU quarterbacks that have beaten the Longhorns since 1945 – Tony Lindsay and Brandon Weeden. Walsh was one trick play with time expiring from joining that group.
Texas defensive tackle Brandon Moore will miss the Oklahoma State game with an illness. What does this mean for the Longhorns?
Oklahoma State return man Justin Gilbert hasn’t scored off a kickoff this season. Savannah State, Arizona and Louisiana don’t know the feeling of watching No. 4 streak into the end zone in 2012. But there has been one group that’s witnessed Gilbert’s unique return talents result in touchdowns this year.
It's game week! Which means we have five matchups and an X-Factor to watch for on Saturday, along with a score prediction.
Kansas State fired the first shot in the Big 12 title race last weekend, and the focus shifts to Oklahoma State and Texas this Saturday. As the...
Offensively, Oklahoma State has picked up right where the Cowboys left off in an explosive 2011 campaign.
The Bears lose for the first time since October 29th against Oklahoma State. Will they ever win again? Heck, will the defense ever get another stop??? Join us as we overreact inside BearsIllustrated.com