Posted April 02, 2014 on
NORMAN, Okla. – Oklahoma State won the first of five regular season Bedlam Series meetings with rival Oklahoma Tuesday night as the 20th-ranked Cowboys claimed a 3-1 win over the No. 29 Sooners in a non-conference game at L. Dale Mitchell Park.
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Travis Ford knows there are a large number of Oklahoma State fans who are not happy with his job performance this past season. The Cowboys head coach addressed the criticism on Wednesday when he met with reporters for the first time since OSU’s loss to Gonzaga in the NCAA Tournament on March 21.
STILLWATER – Oklahoma State football hosts the Orange Blitz at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Boone Pickens Stadium. The practice is scheduled to last approximately 90 minutes and will conclude with a scrimmage.
Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer talks about the Cowboys performance in Monday's scrimmage.
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy was more than just a little edgy last spring and through the summer with discussion in the media of his quarterbacks. In recent springs, since the departure of Brandon Weeden, the media has zeroed in trying to project winners and losers of the quarterback competition. Gundy gave the media someone different to zero in on Monday in Tyreek Hill.
Oklahoma State junior Kevin Peterson is now the veteran in the Cowboys secondary. The cornerback from Wagoner, Okla., is pleased with the progress of the young players throughout the spring.
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy and the Cowboys offensive coaching staff has been high on Blake Webb since before he even arrived on campus. The 5-11, 190-pound redshirt sophomore has legitimate track speed and he can catch. Unfortunately, he can get hurt and did last season.
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy talks about his team's 85-play scrimmage on Monday afternoon.