Posted September 30, 2012 on
STILLWATER, Okla. — The No. 9 Longhorns dropped Oklahoma State in their Big 12 opener, and now Longhorn Digest digs deeper into this contest.
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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).
Oklahoma State landed its third prospect for the 2013 class.
From David Ash to Oklahoma State creating big plays by using motion, here are five thoughts on the day after Texas's big win in Stillwater.
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy said during his Sunday afternoon teleconference that he forgot to mention after the game something he thought was very important. "That press conference ran so long after the game I forgot to say this, but I thought our crowd was the best it's ever been," Gundy said.
It’s a harsh reality to swallow. JW Walsh might have started his last game for the Cowboys this season after a 41-36 loss against Texas on Saturday. There are only two OSU quarterbacks that have beaten the Longhorns since 1945 – Tony Lindsay and Brandon Weeden. Walsh was one trick play with time expiring from joining that group.
Take your pick. This week's best performance by a future Oklahoma State Cowboy could be any one of a number of players. Marcell Ateman? Luke Del Rio? Jerel Morrow? Ra'Shaad Samples? GoPokes.com breaks down how each of the high school players who have given verbal commitments to the Cowboys performed during their games this weekend. Tell us who you believe had the best performance...
Texas shows mental toughness in a 41-36 comeback victory at Oklahoma State.
Oklahoma State had a chance to defeat Texas for the third consecutive season on Saturday night but the Cowboys allowed the 12th-ranked Longhorns to escape from Boone Pickens Stadium with a 41-36 victory on Saturday night. Here are images from the game by photographer Pat Kinnison.
Jaxon Salinas of Irving, Texas made his commitment to Oklahoma State in late July over offers from Rice, Memphis and New Mexico State. Salinas got the Oklahoma State offer and quickly jumped in the Cowboys' boat along with fellow Irving High School offensive lineman Rami Hammad. On Saturday, Salinas and Hammad both headed up I-35 to Stillwater to check out their future home.
The Bears lose for the first time since October 29th against Oklahoma State. Will they ever win again? Heck, will the defense ever get another stop??? Join us as we overreact inside BearsIllustrated.com
By our count there were more than 110 prospects in attendance for Oklahoma State's 41-36 loss to Texas on Saturday night at Boone Pickens Stadium. We're not sure if that is a record, but it is a big number.
Stephen Clark is one of the top point guards in the class of 2013.