Posted November 11, 2012 on
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).
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Western Oklahoma State College is just what the doctor ordered for college athletes who have run afoul of NCAA academic eligibility standards.
The Altus, Oklahoma school offers online classes designed to be completed in two weeks. The courses are also conveniently offered during the traditional break between semesters. But the best part is that in NCAA does not question the validity...
At least Dana Holgorsen appears as dejected as I do after watching four consecutive losses.
Oklahoma State is a week away from Bedlam, and this week Oklahoma is heading to West Virginia to face Dana Holgorsen’s offense and in a way get a head start on preparing for the Cowboys offense. You hate to see the Sooners inherit that advantage, but this week the Cowboys get the advantage as the Mountaineers offense was a good prep for Texas Tech’s no-huddle spread offense.
Two Oklahoma State commits came up big when it counted most. Fred Ross caught three touchdown passes to help John Tyler High rally from a 24-0 deficit and clinch the district championship with the victory. Corion Webster, bothered by injuries much of the season, rushed for a season-best 272 yards and two touchdowns on 36 carries to lead Atlanta High into the Texas Class 3A Division II playoffs.
Offensive line prospect and Oklahoma State commitment Zach Crabtree of Mansfield, Texas was in Stillwater on Saturday as one of the unofficial visitors for the Cowboys 55-34 win over West Virginia. The 6-7, 280-pound Crabtree said he had a good time.
STILLWATER, OKLA. (AP) -- Clint Chelf threw for 292 yards and four touchdowns in his first career start, and Josh Stewart had a career-high 172 receiving yards and scored three TDs as Oklahoma State handed West Virginia its fourth straight loss, 55-34 Saturday.
Georgia commitment Naim Mustafaa visited Oklahoma State over the weekend and he was impressed. How impressed? Get the latest here.
Todd Monken said his job is really tough now. The Oklahoma State offensive coordinator knew who he had to work with before the Cowboys experienced a series of injuries at quarterback. But Monken has watched the baton passed from one signal caller to the next throughout the season.
Standout defensive end Naim Mustafaa stood out on the sideline of Boone Pickens Stadium during warm-ups for Oklahoma State's game against West Virginia on Saturday. Then he took his seat along with all of the prospects on unofficial visits to watch the Cowboys beat the Mountaineers 55-34.
West Virginia lost their fourth straight game on Saturday, falling to Oklahoma State 55-34. After a surging 5-0 start to the season, the Mountaineers now find themselves fighting to even become bowl eligible. Even in defeat, some players stood out among the rest. We examine those players – and hand out this weeks Musket Awards [...]
Here is a list of the recruiting prospects that were in the stands for Oklahoma State's 55-34 win over West Virginia on Saturday at Boone Pickens Stadium. The list includes three committed players and one official visitor.
Images by photographer KT King from Oklahoma State's 55-34 victory over West Virginia on Saturday at Boone Pickens Stadium.