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There's pressure any time an athlete steps onto Boone Pickens Stadium. There is pressure to perform in practice and always pressure to make plays on game day in front of the nearly 60,000 members of the sea of orange. It was a different kind of pressure on Tuesday for 17 recent Cowboys and one player a year removed in Hubert Anyiam as scouts from 25 different NFL teams watched OSU's Pro Day.
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Felix and Trina Curry have already contributed greatly to the Oklahoma State football program. Talented wide receiver C.J. Curry is a redshirt freshman currently participating in spring practice. He will soon be joined this summer by young brother Darius, a cornerback standout. Two sons, two good players and two Cowboys. But Felix Curry says youngest son, Justin, might be the best of the bunch.
STILLWATER — It was an unusual sight. There was Cooper Bassett, the former Oklahoma State defensive lineman, running routes and hauling in passes at Boone Pickens Stadium. The 6-foot-5, 270- pound Tuttle High School product displayed soft hands and vision catching balls from Jase Chilcoat. The scouts at OSU’s Pro Day all had the same question: does Bassett have NFL potential on offense?
Scouts and front-office personnel from 25 different NFL teams made the trip to Stillwater on Tuesday for Oklahoma State’s Pro Day, in which 18 former Cowboys like running back Joseph Randle, kicker Quinn Sharp, cornerback Brodrick Brown, offensive lineman Lane Taylor and several others worked out in the West End Zone and inside Boone Pickens Stadium. Here is photographer KT King...
Coming off a 12-1 season and the departure of a couple of key players, an 8-5 record in 2012 was about what most expected from Oklahoma State. The...
Oklahoma State was back on the practice field exactly 68 days after disposing of Purdue 58-14 in the Heart of Dallas Bowl in the historic Cotton Bowl. There were several differences from Jan. 1 to Monday as the sun was shining and the wind wasn't blowing. Even though the temperature was a little chilly it was a much nicer day on the bermuda grass on the practice fields east of...
STILLWATER - As Oklahoma State came out to start spring football practice Monday both the offense and the defense welcomed new coaches. The question was how long would the Cowboys be a coach short on defense. The answer was not long as just after practice began head coach Mike Gundy announced the hiring of Tim Duffie, a former Texas Tech starting linebacker during the Spike Dykes era.
The Bears go on the road for the Big 12 tournament, looking to make a run that will secure their spot in the NCAA tournament. First up? Oklahoma State.
The honors are just starting to pile up for Oklahoma State freshman Marcus Smart, who was named a first-team All-American and the national Freshman of the Year by Sporting News on Monday. He becomes the first Cowboy to ever be honored as the national Freshman of the Year by any publication.
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.
Following a opening round loss to Oklahoma State, Steve Strain weighs in on the Lady Raiders current state.
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.