Posted December 23, 2012 on
The Oklahoma State kicking and special teams will undergo a huge transformation next season. Here is a look at what Cowboys fans can expect for the 2013 season following the loss of All-American Quinn Sharp and longtime holder Wes Harlan, both of whom will be playing their final games for OSU in the Heart of Dallas Bowl on New Year's Day.
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A regular alley oop is hard enough to execute. It requires impeccable timing, coordination, and of course the ability to sky above the rim. What Oklahoma State's Markel Brown did on Saturday certainly exceeded those expectations.Seen here is Brown converting an alley oops while contorting his body 360 degrees in the process. Very nice indeed.The Cowboys obliterated visiting Tennessee...
Bring on Gonzaga! The Oklahoma State Cowboys closed out the early (easy) portion of their schedule with a 78-42 victory over Tennessee Tech at Gallagher-Iba Arena on Saturday afternoon. The 24th-ranked Cowboys (10-1) will find out just how good they are when No. 14 Gonzaga (11-1) visits GIA on New Year’s Eve in one of the most anticipated home nonconference matchups in several years.