Posted November 14, 2012 on
Richetti Jones has a message for the Oklahoma State seniors who will be playing their final game at Boone Pickens Stadium on Saturday. The former Cowboy says Cooper Bassett, Lane Taylor, Brodrick Brown and the other OSU seniors have a chance to leave a lasting impression as they face the Texas Tech Red Raiders.
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Oklahoma State junior running back Joseph Randle hopes that he doesn’t get emotional Saturday when the Cowboys seniors play their final games at Boone Pickens Stadium. Could it also be Randle’s final game as a Cowboy? Is he considering entering the NFL Draft early after another outstanding season? He shares his thoughts in this video interview.
The Lowdown: Kansas State has been atop the Big 12 from the get-go. Oklahoma has hung around following their loss to the Wildcats and Texas has stayed close, as well, following a four game winning streak. Then there is Oklahoma State and Texas Tech, two teams that have been neck-and neck in the Big 12 standings the entire season with little differentiation between the two. Texas...
First-year Oklahoma State baseball coach Josh Holliday is looking forward to Wednesday, the day the NCAA National Letter of Intent early signing period begins. That’s because Holliday and his staff have put together an impressive list of signees, including four high school prospects on the 2013 ESPN Top 60 list.
Coaches and players alarmingly agreed after Saturday's loss at Oklahoma State that there simply aren't 11 players on each side of the ball who have played for each other. Where does that lack of "want to" stem from?
The Highlands Ranch (Colo.) Valor Christian quarterback and Oklahoma State commit, Luke Del Rio, is focused solely on state playoffs...