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Johny Hendricks has already been a champion; at Oklahoma State he collected an NCAA Division I wrestling championship in 2005 & 2006 at 165-pounds as well as a four-time All-American at OSU and a three-time Big 12 Conference champion.
But the ultimate prize for his spoils of war will be winning a UFC championship, a title that has eluded him but maybe that’s just because he hasn’t got his chance yet.
With his wrestling accolades most would be practicing their takedown defense but when facing this power-puncher you also have to be aware of his striking abilities as well, something that we learned in his octagon debut putting The Ultimate Fighter champ Amir Sadollah to sleep in under thirty seconds.
The big-bearded Team Takedown product has scratched and clawed his way to the top of the loaded welterweight division getting better every time he walks to the cage.
“The good lord blessed me with some athletic ability and with my coaches and wife and kids and everybody believing in me...
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Johny Hendricks discusses his win over Fitch; the positives and negatives of such a short fight; Koscheck as a fighter, his skills and abilities; his advantage striking over Koscheck; His thoughts on Koscheck’s performance with Mike Pierce and what he may or may not have seen in...
Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden could be the 4th QB off the board Thursday night. He could be the 8th signal caller off the board Friday or Saturday, or anywhere in between. He’s 29 years old which is an ancient redwood as far as NFL Draft prospects go. He’s also married to a decent looking woman.
Here are some pics of his wife Melanie Weeden.
Paul M. Banks is...
The Oklahoma State Cowboys picked up their second verbal commitment for the 2013 recruiting season on Monday. But big offensive tackle prospect Jack Kurzu asked us when we spoke to him on Tuesday night to hold the story until 1 p.m. Wednesday so that he could tell his teammates and friends at Mary Institute and Saint Louis.
Robert Allen caught up with former Oklahoma State All-America running back Terry Miller at the Alumni Golf Tournament last week, and the pair reminisce about the past, including the 1976 football season when the Cowboys tied for the Big Eight Conference title.
Freshman Wes Lunt is Oklahoma State's starting quarterback, winning the job after leaving high school early to enroll in January.
Coach Mike Gundy announced Thursday that Lunt beat senior Clint Chelf and redshirt freshman J.W. Walsh in a three-way competition to replace record-setting senior Brandon Weeden. Behind Weeden, the Cowboys won their first Big 12 championship and BCS...
Here is our 10-point wish list for the Oklahoma State football program for this summer. Summers and Rob Glass and his staff have played a huge role in setting up the Cowboys success over the last several seasons, and the 41-in-4 campaigns. That is, in case you missed it, the number of games that the Cowboys have won over the past four seasons.
OSU senior center Evan Epstein, a transfer from the Air Force Academy, has seen action in eight games during his two years with the Cowboys and got the nod with the first-team offense during the spring finale on Saturday. Afterward Epstein took the time to meet with the media to discuss the scrimmage and the OSU offense.
Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Todd Monken will return to Stillwater on Wednesday after being on the road to meet with head coach Mike Gundy, and the two are expected to name a starting quarterback. But in the meantime, Monken is charged with finding the Cowboys quarterback for the 2013 class. One he'll be stopping to see this week is Zach Allen out of Temple, Texas.