Posted October 23, 2012 on
TCU hopes to improve their record to 6-2 overall in 3-2 in Big 12 conference play with a win on the road at Oklahoma State on Saturday.
BEST OF MAXIM
Oklahoma State quarterback J. W. Walsh is out for the rest of the season after injuring his knee against Iowa State this past weekend.
Cowboys head coach Mike Gundy said Walsh finished the game with the injury and was able to play through the pain.
‘He finished the game. He ran, made throws. I’m speaking a little bit out of turn because it wasn’t an injury that progressively...
When the Oklahoma State Cowboys started the 2012 college football season, they planned to do so with freshman quarterback. Brandon Weeden was gone, and the Cowboys would have to turn to a quarterback who would be nearly 10 years younger than last season’s quarterback who led the Cowboys to a huge Fiesta Bowl victory over the Stanford Cardinals. Had Oklahoma State been able to defeat...
Nine months ago, Marcus Smart and Phil Forte watched on TV as Oklahoma State took on No. 2 Missouri in Gallagher-Iba Arena. The Cowboys’ first offensive possession resulted in a Markel Brown dunk, posterizing a Tiger defender en-route to an upset victory.
Oklahoma State junior Charlie Moore has stepped to the forefront in recent weeks after injuries have decimated the Cowboys receiving corps. He had a 72-yard catch and run in OSU's 20-14 victory over Kansas two weeks ago, and then last weekend caught a 74-yard scoring pass from J.W. Walsh. Here are some of Moore's thoughts from Monday's media gathering with the Cowboys.
Richetti Jones says that despite numerous injuries it's time for the Oklahoma State Cowboys to "buckle down, focus, believe in one another and keep rolling" when they face TCU on Saturday at Boone Pickens Stadium.
The Oklahoma State defense has been up and down this season, but after a dominating performance against Iowa State last weekend, optimism is at a season high.