3 Reasons Why OSU Will Or Will Not Win the Big 12 in 2017

By Trinton Mills Will   The Pass Attack The one part of OkState’s offense that is getting the most attention is its wide receivers. James Washington, the 2016 All-Big 12 receiver is returning, along with Marcell Ateman, Jalen McCleskey, and LSU transfer Tyron Johnson. Johnson, the 5-star redshirt Sophomore adds length and outside speed to the group. McCleskey, who had 812 receiving yards and 7 … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why OSU Will Or Will Not Win the Big 12 in 2017

Mason Rudolph is the Man

By Glen Chenoweth In 2016 Mason Rudolph came into the season as a dark horse candidate for the Heisman trophy. After a sloppy game against Central Michigan Rudolph's hopes were dashed. The refs became the story of the Oklahoma State season until Bedlam where again Rudolph underperformed playing against the 2016 Big 12 champion. Then to end the season, Rudolph showed us a glimpse of … Continue reading Mason Rudolph is the Man

Podcast: Gundy’s Glory and Presti’s Pursuit

iTunes Link Stitcher Link On this episode: Calvin Alexander, Kerry Alexander and over the phone Sam Agnitsch talk about the history of Oklahoma State football, Oklahoma State’s outlook for this season, and all things Thunder Basketball including why Paul George might stay in OKC for more than a year. Also: A rumored CIA agent cannot confirm nor deny his association with the association, we learn Paul … Continue reading Podcast: Gundy’s Glory and Presti’s Pursuit

Reloading: Oklahoma State Basketball

By Brian Bass This offseason has been fairly eventful for OSU’s basketball program from day one. After the departure of Underwood, the nationwide search for a new leader ended up being in Stillwater the whole time. With the promotion of Mike Boynton, Jr. to head coach, he went immediately to work after being instated. The mission to him was pretty clear: reload and recruit for … Continue reading Reloading: Oklahoma State Basketball

Money Mike Doubles Down

By Glen Chenoweth  Well that didn’t take long, again. Barely after news broke of the failed #BringDougHome campaign, the university announced Assistant Coach Mike Boynton would be the new Sheriff of GIA, erupting Stillwater into euphoric celebrations of Caligula-esque hysteria…or something like that. You really have to hand it to Mike Holder, hiring a candidate that’s somehow even less sexier than the James Dickey option … Continue reading Money Mike Doubles Down

Hit It and Quit It

By Glen Chenoweth When the final buzzer sounded last Friday afternoon it hurt. Not the usual disappointment and “what could’ve been” thoughts that generally accompany first round losses, this was more of the “we just took 16 3-pointers straight to the balls” variety. After the shock wore off from the Bombing of Indianapolis, we could all hold our heads high after all. Yes, we lost … Continue reading Hit It and Quit It

Bedlam, Or My Offense is Better Than Yours

By Daniel Stober The Big 12 is known for scoring but at the end of the first quarter you could have fooled me. Neither team had acclimated to the cold, rainy weather yet, resulting in a surprisingly low scoring first quarter with the score at 3-0. OSU held OU to just two total yards on their first two drives and kept them from a touchdown … Continue reading Bedlam, Or My Offense is Better Than Yours

The Bedlam Preview

By Phil Rodriguez The end of the college football regular season is upon us, which means it’s time for the annual Bedlam game between the Oklahoma State Cowboys and the Oklahoma Sooners. Despite the historically lopsided record in favor of the Sooners, the Cowboys have closed the gap in recent years. Oklahoma State has climbed the ranks of the Big 12 and, much like Baylor, … Continue reading The Bedlam Preview