Found September 10, 2013 on Awful Announcing:
Texas A&M running back Ben Malena is going to have to answer plenty of questions this week.  First, the challenge of playing #1 Alabama.  Second, the scandal unfolding at Oklahoma State under his watch. H/T oscarwildecat1

Report: Oklahoma State paid players

Eight former Oklahoma State players have told that they received cash payments during their playing days at the school. These players further estimate that between 15 and 20 players received under-the-table money in any given year. In the first of a five-part series on the college program, the site levels a series of allegations at the program, primarily a three-part scheme...

Artrell Woods Responds To SI Report With Profanity-Laced Facebook Rant

Former Oklahoma State wide receiver Artrell Woods is apparently very unhappy about being named in Sports Illustrated’s “The Dirty Game” Series about the Cowboys’ numerous alleged NCAA violations between 2001-2011. Woods was quoted by the magazine several times, asserting that certain players were paid and could be “cut off” if performance decreased. Check out what he...

T. Boone Pickens Has Released A Video Response To The SI Article On Oklahoma State

T. Boone Pickens, easily the most notable booster at Oklahoma State, has issued a video statement in response to Sports Illustrated’s scathing article released this morning. Pickens calls the report “disappointing” and points to the positive change the school has experienced over the past decade – repeatedly stating that Oklahoma State is a “different university today...

OSU booster disappointed in report

Billionaire and oil magnate T. Boone Pickens is one of Oklahoma State's staunchest supporters and boosters. And boy, he is not happy. You can thank Sports Illustrated, which released the first in a five-part series on Tuesday about OSU football's alleged indiscretions. The first report details how Oklahoma State football players were allegedly paid. You can check out what...

Oklahoma State players reportedly paid bonuses starting in Les Miles era

The Oklahoma State football program is well on its way to a catastrophic scandal in the wake of Part 1 of a bombshell investigative report Sports Illustrated published on the school Tuesday morning. The first part of the five-part series is entitled “The Money,” and it cites eight former Oklahoma State players who claim they […]

Video: Oklahoma State AD apologizes in reaction to Sports Illustrated report

Oklahoma State athletic director Mike Holder has released an apology in response to a scathing, five-part Sports Illustrated expose delving into the lack of control over Cowboys' players, coaches and boosters.

Sports Illustrated’s Oklahoma State Article Shouldn’t Shock Anyone

Someone was just telling me the other day how he thinks college football is broken. Morally, ethically and competitively, the sport has never been in a worse state than it is right now. The desire of fans and boosters — many of whom never even attended the college that they support — to win at a high level has opened up the doors of corruption to flood what should be the purest...

Report: Oklahoma State Coaches Paid Players, Boosters Offered Money for Players to Catch Fish

Oklahoma State might be in big trouble with the NCAA. Eight former Oklahoma State football players admitted to receiving cash payments during their careers in Stillwater, Okla., in an in-depth investigative piece done in next week’s issue of Sports Illustrated. Those players alleged that 29 other former OSU players had taken money during their time at the school, too, between...

Oklahoma State booster criticizes allegations through statement

One of the country's most prolific athletic boosters is not happy with the allegations made against his school by Sports Illustrated. Oil magnate T. Boone Pickens, a multi-billionaire, has donated more than $500 million to the school for both academics and athletics over the years. His financial support has carried so much weight that OSU's football stadium is even named...

10 Takeaways From SI’s ‘The Academics’ Report On Oklahoma State

Tatum Bell is named for academic misconduct. Photo via @tspeedtx Yesterday, Sports Illustrated kicked off a five-part series entitled ‘The Dirty Game’, which is exposing the dirtier side of college athletics, using Oklahoma State as the example of a program that has allegedly gone about things the wrong way. The first release was all about ‘The Money’ — essentially, players...

Image: Oklahoma State has its hater blockers on, because deal with it

Haters gon' hate, and Oklahoma State don't have to participate. So deal with it, people.

Dez Bryant defends Oklahoma State, says he wishes he got paid

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant defended the Oklahoma State football program against allegations posed by SI by saying he never got paid while in college, though he wishes he did. The former Oklahoma State receiver tweeted this message on Tuesday, which he later deleted: Bryant’s time at Oklahoma State involved controversy. He put up […]

OSU AD apologizes to Big 12 schools

Oklahoma State athletic director Mike Holder apologized to his fellow athletic directors around the Big 12 Conference on Monday in advance of what's expected to be a scathing expose of the football program by Sports Illustrated.

The 9.10.13 IRS Radio Hour w/ Special Guest

Oklahoma State game week is now behind us, we recap the game and preview Arizona.

ScoutTV: Jason Jones

Having spent five seasons at Oklahoma State, Ole Miss cornerbacks coach Jason Jones has a unique perspective when it comes to scouting Texas.
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