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Oklahoma State Cowboys
The Cowboys are the preseason favorite to win a conference for the first time ever. Never have the Pokes received the nod in the Big 8 or the Big 12.
Yes, Oklahoma State did win the Big 12 two years ago, the first conference win since splitting the Big 8 title with Oklahoma and Colorado in 1976.
How will the Pokes handle the pressure of having a target on their backs, especially with a coach who is undecided on his starting quarterback?
It’s hard to figure out Mike Gundy’s brain. The head coach will not decide on his starting quarterback until near kickoff time for the first game. He’s going to choose between Clint Chelf (6-1, 210, Sr.) and J.W. Walsh(6-2, 205, Soph.). Chelf started the final five games of 2012 and completed 99 of 162 pass attempts (61 percent) for 1,304 yards with 13 touchdowns and 4 interceptions. He was 10 points from going 5-0 in that stretch.
Walsh put up fantastic numbers during his time on the field, too. He completed 67 percent ...
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Oklahoma State's players appreciate that the media thinks highly enough about the Cowboys to pick them to win the Big 12 Conference this season.
But they don't want to buy into the hype, especially after an 8-5 season in which Oklahoma State started three different quarterbacks and settled for a trip to the Heart of Dallas Bowl.
Coach Mike Gundy has said preseason expectations...
Calvin Barnett visits with GoPokes.com's Robert Allen about a number of topics following Tuesday's practice, including beginning preparations for Mississippi State. The Cowboys senior defensive tackle says it's survive and advance this week as the team goes through three two-a-day practices.
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy embraces the strategy of Oklahoma and Texas being in-state for the Cowboys. The coaching staff also cherry picks other states, including Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, Arizona and California. Here is an evaluation of the players being recruited by OSU in the new Scout 100 for 2015.
STILLWATER -- Mother Nature was back at it this morning and as a result the Cowboys started the second full week of fall camp on the north side of Hall of Fame at the new practice area that includes the Sherman Smith Training Center. In fact, Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy confirmed that the Cowboys have, for the time being, permanently moved over to that side of the street.
Very few people are allowed to watch the Oklahoma State football team practice. It wasn't reported but the entire Perry High School football team was at a practice last week. The Maroons coaching staff wanted their players to see how the college guys worked and the energy and focus that was present in a practice at that level. The Cowboys are now a week into fall practice and...
Oklahoma State gained a major commitment for the 2014 recruiting class with Houston (Alief Taylor), Texas wide receiver standout Keenen Brown pledging to the Cowboys over a long offer list that includes Colorado, Florida, Houston, LSU, Michigan State, Mississippi, Missouri, Oregon, OU, and West Virginia.
The Houston area is coming up huge again for Oklahoma State as we all learned Sunday on Twitter with "pistols are firing" a bunch. Standout cornerback Chris Hardeman of Houston joined Alief Taylor High School teammate Keenan Brown in making it a double commitment day. Hardeman, a four-star cornerback, and Brown, a four-star wide receiver, committed after visiting Oklahoma...
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy celebrated his 46th birthday on Monday. Gundy celebrated with a two-a-day practice schedule and was in a very good mood during the morning workout. Of course, many folks were in a joking mood in wishing Gundy a happy birthday with the trademark phrase from his now famous rant of "I'm a man, I'm 40."
Scout.com takes a close and in-depth look at the newest Oklahoma State Cowboy commit...
In-depth scouting report and look at the skill set of the new Oklahoma State wide receiver commit from the Houston, Texas area...
FOX Sports NEXT has a quick breakdown on the newest recruit to join the Oklahoma State football team, Taylor cornerback Chris Hardeman from Houston, Texas. He should be a nice addition to the Cowboy program. Why you ask? Check out this premium feature and find out.