I think Peyton Manning could get used to earning money for these types of engagements.
According to the Tulsa World, Manning was paid a nice hefty fee of $105,000 for a 30-minute speech and a 30-minute question-and-answer session at the university.
The money was paid by the OSU Speakers Board.
Manning gave his speech to 4,250 people inside Oklahoma State’s basketball gym, Gallagher...
Peyton Manning knows a thing or two about how to lead and motivate a team. After all the years in college and the pros he has had a little bit of practice. So it makes sense that people might want him to come talk about things like leadership (and stuff like that).Recently he gave such a speech to an Oklahoma State crowd--and it was the easiest $105K he ever made.via TwitterHe spoke...
Not as awkward as Nick Saban posing with the Alabama gymnastics team, but it’s still awkward to see Oklahoma State sorority…
It appears that Oklahoma State will have two more transfers in the football program. Go Pokes has learned that one new addition is already on the Oklahoma State campus and another is on the way soon.
The Phoenix Mercury added three players in Monday night's WNBA draft, selecting Oklahoma State point guard Tiffany Bias 17th overall in the second round, Penn State shooting guard Maggie Lucas 21st overall in the second round and Australian forward Stephanie Talbot 33rd overall in the third round.
The Mercury did not have a first-round pick.
The 5-foot-6 Bias is a speedy, pass...
I don't know from what baseball diamond in Oklahoma that Mike Gundy was on the phone from but that's where Mansfield (Legacy), Texas defensive tackle Taaj Bakari caught up with him Sunday. Bakari told the Oklahoma State head coach he was committing to play for the Cowboys.
Citing a source from another news outlet, OSU’s student paper reported that junior guard LeBryan Nash would be returning to school for his senior year.
Nash took to Twitter to deny these claims.
I don’t know where the sources are coming from but I have not made my decision yet
— Le’Bryan Nash (@KingNash02) April 14, 2014
Also according to Tulsa World, Nash reportedly said...
After two games in a row of folding down the stretch and allowing No. 18 Oklahoma State to run away with the game, it was a rough start that doomed the West Virginia baseball team en route to a 7-4 loss to the Cowboys at Hawley Field.
We will be doing a review now that the Oklahoma State Cowboys have completed spring practice. We started with the offensive line and continue the series with the running backs. Check back to read about the Cowboys receivers, quarterbacks, defensive line, linebackers, and secondary before finishing up with specialists and special teams.
Now as we get down the stretch we'll get into covering Josh Holliday's Oklahoma State baseball team more. For those that have tuned in to the streaming broadcast on the West Virginia website (wvusports.com) this has been a blast to watch. Oklahoma State went to West Virginia needing to get some business done on the road, and boy have they done that!
Marcus Smart's career at Oklahoma State is over.
The sophomore from Flower Mound, Texas elected to declare for the NBA Draft, where he's expected to be a first-round selection.
Smart told The Oklahoman he plans to move to Los Angeles this week and signed with an agent at Wasserman Group.
"I've told my teammates and my coaching staff, this year was my last year here...
In a move that surprises no one, Oklahoma State sophomore guard Marcus Smart has officially declared for the 2014 NBA Draft. In an interview with the Oklahoman, Smart made official what most people saw coming the moment he announced he was returning for his sophomore season last year. “I’ve told my teammates and my coaching staff, this year was my last year here and I am declaring...
Brandon Weeden wanted so badly to prove himself that he sometimes tried to do too much.
The quarterback, who was released by the Browns then signed by the Cowboys, spoke about his time in Cleveland in an interview on SiriusXM NFL Radio over the weekend.
"The regime that drafted me was out a year after I got there," Weeden said, "You never know the plans the group coming...
Oklahoma State received a major commitment to the 2015 football recruiting class on Sunday morning as four-star running back sensation Ronald Jones asked Cowboys head coach Mike Gundy if they could meet. The McKinney (McKinney North), Texas standout was in Stillwater for the Orange Blitz on Saturday and before leaving town he wanted to tell Gundy he was committed to the Cowboys.
MORE STORIES >>
A lot can happen in 10 years.
A decade ago, Oklahoma State was celebrating a Final Four berth that gave the Big 12 five appearances in three years.
It was the best stretch of basketball in league history.
Four years later, Kansas celebrated the Big 12's only national title since its inception in 1996.
On Saturday, college basketball's Biggest Dance comes to the Big 12'...