Found December 04, 2011 on
Memphis Commercial Appeal:
Joseph Randle ran for 151 yards and two touchdowns, Richetti Jones returned a fumble for a score and No. 3 Oklahoma State throttled No. 13 Oklahoma, 44-10, Saturday night to win the Big 12 championship and make its case to play for a national title.
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Oklahoma State Cowboys quarterback Brandon Weeden throws the football in the first quarter against the Missouri Tigers at Faurot Field in Columbia, Missouri on October 22, 2011. Oklahoma State won the game 45-24. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Oklahoma State proved Saturday night that it, not Alabama, should be playing for the BCS national title against LSU.
The Cowboys thoroughly dominated...
Thousands of fans stormed the field and tore down goalposts after Oklahoma State's 44-10 victory over archrival Oklahoma, leaving at least 13 people injured, including two in critical condition, medical authorities said early Sunday.
Michael Authement, who heads the command post at emergency medical provider LifeNet EMS, told The Associated Press that a throng so big took to...
No need to talk about the host team. There isn’t a person around the game who debates the Tigers deserving to be there. So the debate is LSU vs Alabama or LSU vs Oklahoma State ?
We all saw the first meeting of LSU-Bama. Some say boring, no touchdowns, already saw. The game [...]
A day after winning the school’s first conference football championship since 1945, Oklahoma State came up just short of earning a berth in the BCS Championship Game when the BCS Standings were released Sunday evening. The Cowboys, 11-1 and ranked third in the final BCS poll, will face No. 4 Stanford, 11-1, in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl on Jan. 2 in the school’s first ever BCS bowl appearance.
No BCS title shot? No problem. Oklahoma State clearly had things its way against rival Oklahoma. Joseph Randle rushed for 151 yards and two scores in OSU's 44-10 thumping of OU.
The Fiesta Bowl will have a marquee matchup in its first post-scandal game: No. 3 Oklahoma State vs. No. 4 Stanford.
Official bowl announcements coming at 5:15 p.m.
Alabama is No. 2 behind LSU and ahead of Oklahoma State in the latest Associated Press college football poll.