Found February 23, 2012 on Football Nation:
Overview- Oklahoma State was the team to go to if you wanted to find fantasy production this year. Before the season, they had a QB, RB, and WR in the top 30 of preseason fantasy rankings. And it’s safe to say, nobody disappointed. Weeden finished second in the nation in passing, Blackmon finished fourth in receiving, while Randle surprised everyone with a 1,200-yard rushing season. If anything, I would say those three exceeded expectations and made their fantasy owners very happy in 2011. Biggest Surprise- Joseph Randle, Sophomore Running Back There were some small questions coming into 2011 at the running back position for the Cowboys. Mainly, who would replace a two-time All-American tailback in Kendall Hunter? That question was answered immediately as Randle burst onto the scene with three straight games of over 100 yards, and 7 TDs. He then came back down to earth in the next three, but really finished the year strong by scoring multiple touchdowns in 5 of the last six games ...

Task force to study Oklahoma State travel policies

Oklahoma State President Burns Hargis says he expects to create a task force in the next few weeks to study whether changes are necessary to the school's travel policies. The announcement Friday comes after a November plane crash in Arkansas that killed women's basketball coach Kurt Budke and three others. Hargis said he hasn't chosen the members of the task force but...

Justin Blackmon won’t run at combine

The big question about Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon’s ability to thrive at the professional level is his speed. Blackmon, projected to be the first receiver off the board, said Friday that he is planning to eliminate that concern. “I know I’m not slow,” Blackmon said, via Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel. “I’m hoping…

Road to the NFL Draft: Brandon Weeden

Former Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden has been working out at the Athletes' Performance Institute in Phoenix, Arizona in preparation for the NFL Combine and Draft.

Maurice Smith Picks Up Offer From Cowboys

Oklahoma State's new defensive staff member Van Malone has been at work this week, and now it looks like he is in the mix down in the Houston area. Ahmard Vital from Fox Sports Next is reporting that Fort Bend (Dulles), Texas standout safety, cornerback and receiver Maurice Smith has added an Oklahoma State offer to his previous scholarship opportunities.

Medical examiner: Pilot's health not a factor in Oklahoma State crash

A medical examiner who performed an autopsy on an 82-year-old pilot was not able to find any medical conditions that could have contributed to the crash that killed all four people aboard, including Oklahoma State women's basketball coach Kurt Budke last year in central Arkansas.

Softball. No. 21 Oklahoma State Edges Northwestern, 4-3

In a see-saw affair between No. 21 Oklahoma State and Northwestern to open the 2012 Cathedral City Classic schedule for the Wildcats, the Cowgirls scored a pair of runs in the sixth inning for a 4-3 win over NU.

Task force to study Oklahoma St. travel policy

Oklahoma State President Burns Hargis says he expects to create a task force in the next few weeks to study whether changes are necessary to the school's travel policies.

M. Basketball. Postgame Notes

Oklahoma 77, Oklahoma State 64

Bedlam Visiting Players' Postgame Presser

NORMAN, Okla. — Oklahoma State guards Keiton Page and Brian Williams talk about their 77-64 loss to OU at Lloyd Noble Center.

UCLA Goes After Another in Georgia

Marietta (Ga.) Lassiter wide receiver Juwan Dickey holds offers from UCLA, Oklahoma State, South Florida, and Southern Mississippi...

Watch Oklahoma State players have a tug of war & flip tires

Video compilation of defending Big 12 champions spring practice After watching this video of Oklahoma State football practice, released by OSU Athletics on Friday, I cannot help but be amped to go out there and flip some tires in to an end zone and back, or have a tug of war with people screaming at me. LET’S GO! The defending Big 12 champions could be set to be taking a step...
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