Posted March 14, 2013 on
Throughout this first week of spring football there have been a lot of new sights and sounds on the Oklahoma State practice field. There isn't a lot of sound but a lot of sight on the offensive end where offensive coordinator Mike Jurcich is busy calling plays. In the words of new defensive line coach Joe Bob Clements, the pajamas came off Thursday as the Cowboys put on pads for the first time.

Q&A: OSU Assistant Coach Keiton Page

The Oklahoma State basketball coaching offices expected about one email per week during the season. The sender was sometimes from France, Italy or Poland. Other days, it might have been Spain or Portugal. They all asked the same question: Is Keiton Page still interested in playing basketball?

Don't Expect Chemistry Issues At Quarterback

One thing is evident when watching the Oklahoma State Cowboys in spring practice. While the quarterbacks are competing for the starting job and trying to put their best foot forward to show head coach Mike Gundy and new offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich they are the best man for the job, it is not a situation where the competitors don't get along.

OSU-Baylor Photo Gallery

Oklahoma State got its 24th victory of the season Thursday night with a 74-72 victory over Baylor in a quarterfinal game at the Big 12 Tournament but it wasn't easy. The third-seeded Cowboys won despite allowing the Bears to come back from a 20-point, first-half deficit to tie the game in the final minute before winning on Phil Forte's two free throws. Here are images from...

Spring Notebook: Offensive Indigestion

New defensive line coach Joe Bob Clements knew what he was getting into when he relocated to Oklahoma State to coach the Cowboys defensive line. Any defensive coach in the Big 12 has to get a headache, indigestion, or some physical malady thinking about trying to stop the crazy, wild spread offenses in the Big 12.
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