Posted March 17, 2013 on
Oklahoma State is returning to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2010. The Cowboys are the fifth seed in the Midwest Regional and will face No. 12 seed Oregon on Thursday in San Jose, Calif.
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The Oklahoma State Cowboys got some great news to start spring break as linebacker Justin Phillips of Pearland, Texas called defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer and head coach Mike Gundy to tell them that he was pledged to the Cowboys. Somehow we missed Phillips last week as he spent three days of his spring break in Stillwater.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys take the proverbial turn from first base to second this week as they move from nonconference baseball action to Big 12 play after Wednesday's game against Southeastern. The Cowboys, 17-3, will host the Baylor Bears this coming weekend for a conference opening three-game series, pending cooperation from Mother Nature.
STILLWATER - When Le'Bryan Nash committed to Oklahoma State out of high school — turning down offers from perennial powers like Kansas, Kentucky and UCLA — he wanted to bring Stillwater back into the national basketball conversation. Or as he calls it, the spotlight. After two seasons, Nash got his wish.