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Le'Bryan Nash gave himself a grade of "B" for his freshman season at Oklahoma State.
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STILLWATER - Mother Nature forced the Oklahoma State Cowboys back in Boone Pickens Stadium on Wednesday afternoon for the team's 11th practice session of the spring. Morning thunderstorms left the practice fields too wet to practice on. Work on Wednesday was geared toward correcting mistakes from Monday's scrimmage and looking to improve some areas where weaknesses were revealed.
Oklahoma State won their first ever Big 12 Championship and came within a fraction of playing for the national title in 2011, ultimately finishing ranked third in the country with a 12-1 record. There are a whole lot of perks the come with such success for everyone associated with the program. Just ask the Cowboy coaching staff. Head coach Mike Gundy had already inked his contract...
Wide receiverOklahoma State6-1 207Draft board overall prospect rank: #9Draft board overall wide receiver rank: #1Overall rating: 90 (Borderline Top 10 prospect)40 time: 4.46Positives• Incredibly productive 2 year starter (111/1782/20 and 121/1522/18)• Above average size (6-1 207)• Above average size (4.46)• Vertical, deep threat• ...
Oklahoma State held its first major scrimmage of the spring on Monday. The scrimmage had originally been scheduled for last Wednesday, but weather concerns and the health of the top center on the depth chart contributed to a delay until Monday afternoon. Head coach Mike Gundy shared his thoughts after the scrimmage.
Oklahoma State safety Daytawion Lowe led the Cowboys with 97 tackles as a first-year starter in 2011 and has become a critical component to Bill Young's defense moving forward. Lowe met with the media after Wednesday's practice in Stillwater.
Robert Allen breaks down the competition at quarterback for the Oklahoma State Cowboys as junior Clint Chelf, redshirt freshman J.W. Walsh and true freshman Wes Lunt have battled throughout the spring to replace Brandon Weeden in leading the Cowboys offense.
LaQuon Treadwell told Gopokes.com over a month ago that his uncle, former Oklahoma State All-American linebacker Ricky Young, was telling him he had to get down to Oklahoma. His trip this weekend should hit two schools with one unofficial trip. "I'm very excited," was the response from the Scout four-star standout wide receiver when asked about his trip this upcoming...