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Boise State had their end of the year slip up happen again and for the second year in a row it was the kicking game that let them down as the fell to TCU 36-35. This loss not only ruins their undefeated season, but with Houston still undefeated, they will most likely fall out of any BCS game opportunity. QB Kellen Moore brought the Broncos back down for the opportunity after TCU scored on QB Casey Pachall 25 yard TD pass to Brandon Carter and then 2 pt conversion pass to Josh Boyce to put the Horn frogs up 1 with minute left, but Freshman kicker Dan Goodale’s kicked sailed wide right from 39 yards away.
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Age is just a number, but competitive sports are based on numbers. For Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden, the number 28 looms larger each week as he becomes a bigger factor in the Heisman race.
That number is Weeden's age, which is five to six years older than a typical college senior. Does that give him a competitive advantage over most college players?
Yes, says former...
Despite starting out the season 10-0, the former No. 2 Oklahoma State Cowboys don't deserve to be ranked inside the BCS top 10.Brandon Weeden and company don't even deserve to be ranked anywhere higher than No. 11 in this week's standings.Houston and Virginia Tech are just two of the handful of teams that deserve to be perched atop the Cowboys in the standings.Of course...
The Oklahoma State Cowboys and Heisman Trophy candidate Brandon Weeden will have the eyes of the entire nation on them when a national television audience tunes in to watch Friday night's game against Iowa State in Ames, Iowa. The second-ranked Cowboys, 10-0, will be looking to stay perfect while the Cowboys quarterback looks to impress potential Heisman voters.
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) -- For Brandon Weeden, all the interest in his age is starting to get old.
The 28-year-old quarterback got a lot of Heisman Trophy chatter over the weekend when he threw for 423 yards and five touchdowns in Oklahoma State's victory over Texas Tech while Stanford's Andrew Luck and Boise State's Kellen Moore both lost for the first time this season...
SCOUT’S NOTEBOOK: OKLAHOMA STATE@TEXAS TECH
A Big 12 tussle between Oklahoma State and Texas Tech turned out to be a one-sided affair in favor of the undefeated Cowboys, who beyond Brandon Weeden and Justin Blackmon feature a host of other very talented and mostly unsung contributors.
Livin’ large and in charge
While many bring up the names of quarterbacks Andrew Luck...
Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads has endeared himself to Cyclones fans with his energy, enthusiasm and passion.
Now the rest of the nation knows why they've made such a fuss over their third-year coach.
Rhoads presided over the biggest victory in school history Friday night, a 37-31 win in two overtimes over a No. 2-ranked Oklahoma State team that seemed on a fast track to the...
The Oklahoma State Cowboys had a clear shot at playing for the National Championship, but tonight they lost to the Iowa State Cyclones in overtime, 37-31.
The game was played in the aftermath of a tragic plane crash that claimed the lives of women’s basketball coach Kurt Budke and assistant Miranda Serna. This tragedy came shortly after Oklahoma State commemorated the 10-year anniversary...
QB Brandon Weeden will look to finish off strong for his Heisman hopes (Icon SMI)
Week 11 Review
Oklahoma State @ Texas Tech
Expecting a shootout, got a blowout. OSU rolled to a 49-0 halftime lead before coasting through the last 30 minutes of the game. QB Brandon Weeden threw for 423 yards and 5 TDs, RB Joseph Randle gained 78 yards and 3 TDs, while WRs Justin Blackmon and Josh...
By Ian Smith, CycloneFanatic.com Contributor
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AMES – Give Wally Burnham two weeks and he could figure out how to stop anybody.
Just ask Oklahoma State and it second-ranked scoring offense. The defensive coordinator wreaked havoc on the Cowboys in the Cyclones’ 37-31 victory in double overtime.
“Wally and his staff had a great plan,” Iowa State...
By Chris Williams, CycloneFanatic.com Publisher
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What: Iowa State vs. No. 2 Oklahoma State
When: Friday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m.
Where: Jack Trice Stadium
TV/Radio: ESPN – Cyclone Radio Network
Join Chris Williams and Tron Smith on Friday afternoon from 4 to 5 on Des Moines’ sports station, 1460 KXNO for the CycloneFanatic.com/Wilson Toyota of...