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Oklahoma State fans clearly aren’t over this whole Sports Illustrated fiasco yet. Earlier this week, we saw local businesses poking fun at SI writer Thayer Evans. What we’re seeing below is a little more extreme, however.
One Cowboys fan made a voodoo doll of Evans and (supposedly) charged $1 to “stab” it.
Meant to tweet this yest. Facebook friend posted this pic from OSU. i.e. Thayer Evans/SI @ginamizell @JenniCarlson_OK pic.twitter.com/uQUtqzCi6H
— Meghan Montemurro (@M_Montemurro) September 15, 2013
Maybe we should all just take a deep breath here.
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Oklahoma State has appointed a former NCAA official to investigate alleged misconduct in the Cowboys football program.
School president Burns Hargis and the Board of Regents announced Monday that Charles E. Smrt will lead an independent review of alleged violations reported by Sports Illustrated.
Hargis says Smrt is a veteran NCAA enforcement officer. He is currently president...
Oklahoma State has appointed a former NCAA official to investigate alleged misconduct in the football program.
School president Burns Hargis and the Board of Regents said Monday that Charles E. Smrt will lead an independent review of alleged violations first reported by Sports Illustrated.
''While the articles do not implicate any current coaches or players to have direct...
Oklahoma State fans created an effigy of Thayer Evans after he launched a Sports Illustrated report calling out improprieties in the Cowboys football program.
STILLWATER – So much for the Sports Illustrated jinx. Oklahoma State took the field Saturday night for the first time since Sports Illustrated began its five-part series “The Dirty Game,” which alleged improprieties in the football program from 2001 to 2011. But the Cowboys focused on the task at hand in defeating Lamar 59-3 before the largest crowd to ever see a game at Boone...
Jeremy Smith rushed for three first-half touchdowns and Josh Stewart returned a punt 67 yards for a score as No. 12 Oklahoma State rolled over Lamar, 59-3, on Saturday night.
The game capped a long week for the Cowboys, which was the subject of a Sports Illustrated series that detailed alleged misconduct in the football program dating to 2001. Oklahoma State officials have contacted...
It isn't often a team coming off a 59-3 win talks about needing to utilize its upcoming bye week to improve, but for No. 12 Oklahoma State, their blowout victory over Lamar wasn't exactly a work of art.
With the Cowboys (3-0) getting next week off before starting Big 12 Conference play on Sept. 28 at West Virginia, they are eager to rest, regroup and resolve some issues...
It’s been a rough seven days for T. Boone Pickens, Oklahoma State’s largest benefactor. First, his alma mater was the target of Sports Illustrated’s ‘The Dirty Game’ report — Pickens released a response calling it “disappointing.” Now, the insanely wealthy figure is being chided for, you know, not having enough money.
This morning, Darren Rovell tweeted about Pickens...
STILLWATER - Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis and the OSU/A&M Board of Regents jointly announced Monday the appointment of a former NCAA director of enforcement to lead an independent review of alleged misconduct in the OSU football program. Charles E. Smrt, a veteran of the NCAA enforcement division and an expert on NCAA investigations, is the individual retained by OSU.
There was a key moment, early on, where Lamar coach Ray Woodward figures things could have gone his team's way at No. 12 Oklahoma State, at least for a while.
Instead, the momentum went the other way and he Cardinals ended up getting run over by the Cowboys. The final was 59-3 as the Cowboys used Jeremy Smith's three rushing touchdowns to get things rolling.
The first important...
Oklahoma State has 20 players who have given verbal commitments for the Class of 2014. GoPokes.com will follow these players each week throughout the 2013 football season. Here are the results and available statistics for this week’s games. Quarterback Mason Rudolph of Rock Hill, S.C., and defensive back/wide receiver Dylan Harding of Jenks, Okla., were outstanding on Friday night.
STILLWATER - I'm not sure that all three fit together, efficient, clean and sloppy. However, that was a consensus regarding the Oklahoma State offense after Saturday night's game. The defenders weren't exactly patting themselves on the back either. Make no mistake, the Cowboys won the game over FCS foe Lamar 59-3, but left room for improvement and plenty to work on over...
The Oklahoman reported in Sunday's high school notes that Midwest City (Okla.) High School two-way standout Will Sunderland Jr., has been offered a scholarship by Oklahoma State. We confirmed earlier in the week that Sunderland had received an offer from the Cowboys in advance of the Bombers 28-22 victory over Stillwater on Friday night.
Oklahoma State quarterback commitment Mason Rudolph of Rock Hill (Northwestern), S.C., continues to have a strong start to his senior season. The unbeaten Trojans scored an impressive win Friday night in overtime over perennial South Carolina Class 4A powerhouse Byrnes, who have won the 4A championship eight of the last 11 years. This was the first win for Northwestern over Byrnes in 13 seasons.
Images by photographer Pat Kinnison from Oklahoma State's 59-3 victory over Lamar on Saturday night in front of the largest crowd to ever see a game inside Boone Pickens Stadium.