Posted January 20, 2013 on
One would expect it to be the offensive linemen or the defensive tackles that were part of Oklahoma State's big recruiting visit weekend to lead off talking about the food, and the big guys do like the meals offered on the training table. But the skill players have to eat too. Just ask Taylor Lewis.
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Oklahoma State picked up another running back commitment over the recent visit weekend when Cypress Ridge standout Rennie Childs liked what he saw on his visit to Stillwater. But Corion Webster, the first running back to pledge to the Cowboys way back in the summer, is by no means underappreciated.
There was some concern after Cibolo Steele head coach Mike Jinks was hired as running backs coach by new Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury that the Red Raiders might make a push for Jordan Sterns, the high school All-State performer from Cibolo Steele. But after Sterns visit this weekend that isn't going to happen, according to the Oklahoma State commitment.
Jack Kurzu was one of the earliest pledges to Oklahoma State's 2013 recruiting class when he told offensive line coach Joe Wickline and head coach Mike Gundy last April that he was on board. But after his official visit this weekend Kurzu said he is even more excited to be joining the Cowboys.
Oklahoma State is coming to town fresh off a dominating win over Texas Tech this weekend. What do the Cowboys bring to Waco and what do the Bears need to do to make sure they leave without another win.
STILLWATER, OKLA. -- The Cowboys were up by double digits early in the second half. The game was all but won. Oklahoma State would hand Texas Tech its fourth straight Big 12 loss. But Markel Brown was still shooting, and doing it well.
The Cowboys dropped their fourth-straight road game this season with a 64-54 loss to Baylor, despite a near triple-double from Marcus Smart and a 24-point performance from Le'Bryan Nash.