Recent Oklahoma State former player Parker Graham just finished his days playing in orange and black in the Cotton Bowl against Missouri and earned All-Big 12 honors in his senior season. Saturday he played in an all-star game in South Carolina, but he was hearing a lot of talk about his position coach, Joe Wickline, departing Stillwater to coach with Charlie Strong at Texas, so he called him up.
The AT&T Cotton Bowl will be the last game for 28 Oklahoma State seniors, including Parker Graham, Caleb Lavey, Shaun Lewis, Kye Staley and others. A victory over Missouri on Friday would make this group the winningest senior class in school history. Over the past four years the Cowboys are 41-10, matching the senior class of 2011, but a win Friday night would put them in select company.
Calvin Barnett is ready to hit somebody. He’s spent the past month facing off in practice against teammates Parker Graham, Jake Jenkins, Brandon Webb and other offensive linemen. He’ll get his chance to hit somebody different Saturday when the Oklahoma State defensive tackle goes up against a massive Mississippi State offensive line that averages better than 6-foot-5 and 314 pounds.
Oklahoma State seniors Parker Graham, Tracy Moore and Jeremy Smith put the finishing touches on their final fall camp Saturday. All three shared with Robert Allen that the Cowboys had a great camp and are prepared to face Mississippi State in the Texas Kickoff Classic on Aug. 31. The season begins in 14 days, and the three offensive leaders are ready to kick it off.
Parker Graham has started 13 consecutive games for the Oklahoma State Cowboys, dating back to last season. Here, in this video interview, the fourth-year junior from Webb City, Mo., talks about a variety of topics, including Saturday's regular season finale with Baylor, where the Cowboys may go bowling, and his admiration of senior center Evan Epstein.