Posted November 24, 2012 on
Images from Saturday's 107th version of Bedlam involving Oklahoma State and Oklahoma at Memorial Stadium in Norman.
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After each game, this feature will analyze several aspects of the Oklahoma State football team. Each category will either rise (+1), fall (-1) or stay even (0). Each change is based on the Cowboys performance last week. The count began after the Cowboys’ loss against Arizona -- that calibrated the chart (considering we didn’t learn much from the Savannah State blowout).
The Tulsa World's Jimmie Tramel opened Mike Gundy's teleconference with media members on Sunday by firing away with the open-ended question as to whether the video showed anything different than what the naked eye showed Saturday in Norman as Oklahoma State lost a hard fought 51-48 overtime game with rival Oklahoma.
A few years from now it could Luke Del Rio and Marcell Ateman that Oklahoma State fans are talking about as the Cowboys prepare for Bedlam. If Friday night was any indication, OSU fans have reason to look forward to the future as Del Rio and Ateman were outstanding in leading their respective high school team to playoff victories. Here’s a look at how OSU commits did Friday in...
It didn’t take long to predict the outcome. Six minutes into Oklahoma State and Portland State’s matchup in Gallagher-Iba Arena on Sunday, the Cowboys were up by double-digits. That same chemistry we saw in the Puerto Rico Tip-Off was on display in Stillwater, and OSU earned its fifth straight victory of the season, defeating the Vikings 81-58.
Yes. Brandon Weeden showed can be the guy last Sunday vs. Cowboys.
NORMAN, Okla. — The No. 13 Sooners outlasted Bedlam rival Oklahoma State 51-48 in OT, and now Sooners Illustrated digs deeper into this contest.