Previewing The WKU Hilltoppers

Oklahoma State won their 2nd round NIT game last night, over Stanford, and advanced to the Elite Eight. After the game, OSU awaited their fate as to their opponent and location for their next game. Western Kentucky upset the USC Trojans, in Los Angeles, to advance to the NIT Elite Eight. Being seeded lower than Oklahoma State, forces them to travel to Stillwater from Southern … Continue reading Previewing The WKU Hilltoppers

Cowboys Advance to NIT Elite Eight

Oklahoma State advanced to the Elite Eight of the National Invitational Tournament. In a weird game inside Gallagher-Iba. More than 9,500 orange-clad fans filed into the warm confines of GIA to see their NCAA-snubbed Cowboys take it to the Stanford Cardinal. Oklahoma State got off to a hot start in the first quarter and it seemed it would be no problem for the Pokes to … Continue reading Cowboys Advance to NIT Elite Eight

Cowboys Win Bedlam Round 3

The Oklahoma State Cowboys won their first Big 12 Tournament game since 2014. In Bedlam round three. To keep the NCAA Tournament hopes alive, and, perhaps, keep OU out of the big dance. OSU fans couldn’t have asked for a much better win from their beloved Cowboys. The conference tournament means a “new season” and a fresh start, which is what made Oklahoma such a … Continue reading Cowboys Win Bedlam Round 3

Cowboys Pick Up Key Victory

The Oklahoma State Cowboys kept their NCAA tournament hopes alive Tuesday night in Ames. OSU had a resounding comfortable lead throughout the whole contest. It was one of those games that fans felt was a Cowboy win almost from the beginning. Oklahoma State came out overall with more energy than the Cyclones and had a good performance throughout. If Iowa State had more stretches of … Continue reading Cowboys Pick Up Key Victory

Cowboys Split Series with Texas

The Longhorn Network had some technical difficulties at the beginning of the telecast. That would foreshadow the rest of the game for both Texas and Oklahoma State. Both team got off to a slow start for about the first two minutes of the game. Oklahoma State, however, got hot quickly thereafter. Hitting three balls like nobody’s business, and contesting for the 50/50 balls. Mitchell Solomon … Continue reading Cowboys Split Series with Texas

The Case for Big 12 Coach of the Year

Rewind to late March of 2017. Oklahoma State basketball fans found themselves down in the dumps. After Brad Underwood jumped ship for Illinois, Mike Holder named Mike Boynton the new head coach. Fans were not doing backflips over the hire, but they certainly are now. Holder looks smarter by the day. It should go without saying that Mike Boynton has locked up Big 12 Coach … Continue reading The Case for Big 12 Coach of the Year

Cowboys win in Morgantown

Cam McGriff’s goggles made an appearance for the first time ever, in the Cowboys’ big road win. Per Dave Hunziker, today’s win marks the first time in OSU history that the Pokes have won back-to-back top twenty road games. Oklahoma State and West Virginia set the tone for a classic OSU-WVU basketball game. Just like when the Mountaineers played the Cowboys at home, they started … Continue reading Cowboys win in Morgantown

UPDATED: Oklahoma State Hires Jim Knowles

Mike Gundy has hired Jim Knowles, along with five other coaches. Knowles spent his last stint at Duke as the defensive coordinator. Gundy announced the hire on Twitter, along with other hired assistants. According to Knowles’ Twitter Page, he is officially the defensive coordinator. That title was not made official when the hire was announced. This story is developing, check back for updates. Updated 2/8/2018 … Continue reading UPDATED: Oklahoma State Hires Jim Knowles