Found November 23, 2011 on
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Back in late October, when asked about the longshot possibility of Justin Blackmon returning to Oklahoma State for another season, Mike Gundy took the realistic approach and stated that he “can’t imagine that he would be back again.” For their sake, here’s to hoping that fans of the program have been dealing in the same…
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Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy said the coaching staff got the team in the meeting room Tuesday and did some "fire it up" video work that had the team going. The Cowboys then proceeded to hit the field for a two-hour, 15-minute practice that was in the words of the head, "pretty enthusiastic and energetic."
Oh no, our streak of holding opponents under 60 points is over! Oklahoma State ended the game on a 21-8 run! The Pokes blocked 12 of our shots, including five by center Philip Jurick! What the heck happened out there?!
Dan Bailey’s 28-yard field goal as time expired completed the winning drive over the final 2:59 seconds and pushed the Cowboys (7-4) atop the division standings.
Oklahoma State coach Travis Ford said prior to the Cowboys’ game against Stanford that his young basketball team can be one of the best defensive teams in the NCAA if the offense allows it to be.
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Stanford and Oklahoma State, teams with a combined record of 44-1-3, clash for a berth into the NCAA women's soccer College Cup, on Friday night at Cagan Stadium.
With Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Oregon – basically all the "O" teams – getting upset last weekend, Allen Kenney and Aaron Torres of Crystal Ball Run discuss a wild weekend in college football and what appears to be a BCS collision course for an Alabama-LSU rematch for the national title in the latest edition of the Crystal Ball Run podcast.
Stanford 82, Oklahoma State 67Don't let the final score fool you. Stanford led by as much as 28 points in this game. A 21-8 run to the finish the game, much of it with bench players on the floor, made the final score much more respectable-looking. Stanford doesn't do anything spectacular, but they look to me to be solid in all facets of the game. They pass well, they...
Dana Holgorsen coached against Todd Graham as a coordinator at Houston and at Oklahoma State, where Graham was a head coach. Both coaches bring a new flare to the Backyard Brawl with their high-tempo systems.
As all the dominoes came tumbling down in the BCS first Oklahoma State and then Oregon and Oklahoma.