A major, unexpected shift happened to the Oklahoma State receiving corps Wednesday, but it didn’t hinder the group Saturday afternoon.
The news of T. Boone Pickens’ passing Wednesday afternoon brought about a lot of reaction from the Oklahoma State athletic community, expressing their thoughts on one of the most influential figures in creating an athletic village on the campus.
When Bryce Bray received the grades for how he and his fellow offensive linemen performed in the season opener against Oregon State, he was in shock.
Patrick McKaufman was supposed to be integral part of the Oklahoma State offense last year following the departure of OSU’s deep corps of wide receivers from the 2017 season.
Chuba Hubbard may have been Oklahoma State’s fifth-leading receiver a year ago with 22 catches for 229 yards – with a long of 54 – but he may just be scratching the surface in becoming a multi-faceted tailback.
With the season opener less than a month away, and the Oklahoma State football team nearly a week into fall camp, Cowboy coach Mike Gundy felt Tuesday was a good time to ramp up the competition with his Cowboys as they held their first day in full pads.
It wasn’t just Tylan Wallace’s 12 touchdown catches on the season – including several caught between two defenders such as in the Texas game – that got the fan base in Boone Pickens Stadium hollering for the Oklahoma State wide receiver.
Before the annual Oklahoma State Fan Appreciation Day even began, there were hundreds of people wearing orange and black ready to meet the football and soccer players.
Mike Gundy wanted to make it easy on media members following Oklahoma State football’s fall camp opening practice inside the Sherman E. Smith Training Center.
It wasn’t a big surprise Thursday evening when star boys basketball recruit Cade Cunningham included Oklahoma State on his list of final five schools.
When Mike Gundy named his first associate head coach since 2011 this past offseason, speculation arose as to what it would mean for receivers coach Kasey Dunn – the longest-tenured assistant on Gundy’s staff.
Former Major League Baseball All-Star Matt Holliday has joined the Oklahoma State baseball coaching staff as an assistant coach and will be responsible for the Cowboys’ offensive development and outfield play.
RENO, Nev. – Oklahoma State wrestlers earned twelve top-four finishes at the 23rd Reno Tournament of Champions on Thursday with seven bringing home top honors. The Cowboys sent 24 competitors to the event with four wrestling unattached. The No. 3 Cowboys outscored second-place finisher Michigan State, 204.5-150.5.
Oklahoma State might not have landed the most coveted brother of a Cowboy that has spent the past three years in Stillwater, but the family atmosphere Mike Gundy preaches will still carry on.
One of Oklahoma State’s traditional nonconference football rivalries is being brought back to life, with OSU and Arkansas agreeing to a home-and-home series, it was announced today.
After a successful trial run of beer sales this past spring at home Oklahoma State baseball and softball games, the university has voted to extend the sales to home football games inside Boone Pickens Stadium this fall.
As Oklahoma State embarks on enhancing the fan experience inside its football stadium with misters for the hot early-season games, more concessions and a 5-story video board, there remains one notable omission.
STILLWATER -- In front of an orange-heavy crowd totaling over 3,000, the Oklahoma State golf team shut out No. 6 seed Alabama, 5-0, Wednesday afternoon in the NCAA title match at Karsten Creek Golf Club. The win sealed up the storied program's 11th all-time national championship.
NORMAN – Each time Sydney Pennington walks out on the softball field, a weight of expectations and hope follows her everywhere she goes.
When Oklahoma’s quarterbacks began a tradition of growing tough-guy goatees before the annual Bedlam game against Oklahoma State three seasons ago, it was symbolic.
No position in any college football conference may be as important as quarterback is in the offensive-heavy Big 12, where amassing gaudy offensive numbers is more a necessity than a luxury.
STILLWATER - Whether it's the chance to see Mason Rudolph or somewhere to get the kids bleeding orange early on, Oklahoma State's Fan Appreciation Day has it all.
Heading into the 2017 season, the Oklahoma State offense, especially quarterback Mason Rudolph and its receiving corps, have garnered a lot of attention.
Incoming Oklahoma State freshman and four-title Oklahoma high school state championship wrestler Daton Fix won his first Junior World championship Wednesday morning in Tampere, Finland.
While the Cowboys return a large group of veterans, there was a mix of transfers and true freshmen that are hoping to make a name for themselves in the practices leading up to the season.
The former Oklahoma State two-time All-American wrestler is shifting his focus from being a wrestler, to being a fighter as he'll follow the same path of some very successful Cowboys before him in trying his hand in mixed martial arts.
Two hours a week isn’t a lot of time for the Oklahoma State men’s basketball team to bond together on the court, so the Cowboys have used their off-the-court time to build camaraderie with each other and new coach Mike Boynton.
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TAHLEQUAH[mdash] Anna Pauline Brock Easley, 97, passed away on Nov. 17, 2019, at her home in Go Ye Village in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Visitation will be at 10 a.m. Nov. 21 at Grace Baptist Church, 1501 N. Grand Ave, Tahlequah. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Nov. 21 at Grace Baptist Ch…
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TAHLEQUAH [mdash] age 64. Floral Designer. Died November 10th. Mass of Christian Burial November 14th at 11:00am at St. Brigid Church. Burial at Tahlequah City Cemetery. Visitation November 13th from 12:00pm until 6:00pm, Rosary at 7:00pm at Reed-Culver.
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