Oklahoma State Cowboys
College football will take center stage in North Texas on Friday night, as the Cotton Bowl comes to AT&T Stadium in Arlington. But bigger things are already in the works for the DFW area.
Clint Chelf was confident that his senior year at OSU would not end with him standing on the sidelines. And he was right, as the Cowboys take the field for the Cotton Bowl.
Missouri and Oklahoma State came so close to conference titles and being in the Bowl Championship Series. Instead, they’ll meet in Dallas at the historic Cotton Bowl.
When Baylor and Texas kick off their regular season finale, the last game ever at Floyd Casey Stadium, they could be playing a de facto Big 12 championship game.
Despite early disappointment, the Cowboys have rallied since a loss to West Virginia, winning their seventh straight game Saturday night, throttling of previously undefeated Baylor.
After a 1-2 start, the Texas Longhorns have rallied to contest for the Big 12 title. It starts Saturday against Oklahoma State, the team once expected to win the league crown.
Nearly every aspect of No. 15 Oklahoma State’s game seemed to jell during an impressive 52-34 win over Texas Tech last week. The next challenge for the Cowboys: lowly Kansas.
Its potent offense received much of the attention for No. 15 Oklahoma State’s big win last Saturday over Texas Tech. The Cowboys’ defense also played a significant role in the 52-34 victory in Lubbock.
Oklahoma State has already lost to a supposedly inferior opponent coming out of a bye week and is determined not to let it happen again.
In the latest installment of its report on the Oklahoma State football program, Sports Illustrated depicts a program run rampant with drug use and lax enforcement policies.
Sports Illustrated’s ongoing investigation into improprieties in Oklahoma State football alleged that Cowboys players had coursework performed for them and grades changed.
Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart has been voted the Big 12’s best player and top freshman by the league’s coaches.