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

OSU Lands Quarterback Transfer

Quarterback questions for the upcoming Cowboy Football season are looming. Dru Brown just raised even more questions. Last night, Brown announced his decision to transfer from Hawaii to be “closer to family.” Brown says that the decision had nothing to do with football, rather the decision was made solely for his family. Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; … Continue reading OSU Lands Quarterback Transfer

Cowboys Pick Up First True Road Win

Mike Boynton picked up his first true road win in Allen Fieldhouse. Oklahoma State did not take advantage of the Jayhawks’ perimeter play to start the contest. Instead, Jeffrey Carroll started the game by jacking up a three, missing, then allowing Kansas to score the first bucket of the game. Soon after, OSU took the game’s first lead. The Cowboys played big sending Mitchell Solomon … Continue reading Cowboys Pick Up First True Road Win

Thunder Top Sixers

Photo via NBA OKC played the team from “The City of Brotherly Love,” but love was lacking on Sunday in The ‘Peake. Paul George committed the game’s first foul, and the first points. After a Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot two, George made a beautiful three for OKC. A Carmelo Anthony two put the Thunder on top 9-7. Both the Thunder and the Sixers played fast basketball to start. Philadelphia … Continue reading Thunder Top Sixers

5 College Hoops programs with the biggest turnarounds in 2018

1 .#12 Oklahoma 15-5 (5-3 Big 12) Trae Young. That’s all you need to know when it comes to the #12 ranked Sooners. The freshman PG is dominating the entire NCAA and is considered the top PG going into this year’s NBA Draft. Before Young arrived on campus, OU finished the season 2nd to last in the Big 12 at 11-20 and 5-13 in conference … Continue reading 5 College Hoops programs with the biggest turnarounds in 2018

Second Team Propels OKC Over Wizards

The Wizards are now 0-9 vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder. The last time Washington beat the franchise, the OKC Thunder were the Seattle Supersonics. To debut the “City Edition” uniforms, Steven Adams brought down the city with a Russell Westbrook assisted dunk. Earlier today, Bedlam Brother readers gave their input on the new Thunder threads. Poll for a @bedlambrother article tonight … The City Editions. What do … Continue reading Second Team Propels OKC Over Wizards

OSU Edged by Texas Tech 75-70

Photo via OSU Men’s Basketball Twitter @OSUMBB Oklahoma State couldn’t find a way to win on the road, but the final score didn’t reflect the game as a whole. Early on, Mitchell Solomon showed his physicality by fighting for a jump ball. Solomon’s aggression brought back memories of Bedlam, and it’s why he’s so valuable for Oklahoma State down low. Texas Tech scored the first … Continue reading OSU Edged by Texas Tech 75-70

Why We Need Lavar Ball’s Basketball League

By Chris Thatcher The biggest lie we choose not to talk about is that the NCAA is, and will continue to exploit the talent of kids don’t wish to take part in it. The majority of talented players drafted into NBA didn’t finish college. Playing for the NCAA was never the goal for many young kids, and there is nothing wrong with that. However, what … Continue reading Why We Need Lavar Ball’s Basketball League

The Turning Point?

By Glen Chenoweth The Cowboys started the season with low expectations. Predicted to finish last in the Big 12, but after today’s win against previously unbeaten Florida State and last week’s close game against Wichita State the Cowboys are looking up. Earlier this week Davon Dillard and four-star recruit Zach Dawson were dismissed from the team but OSU has said this has nothing to do with the Lamont … Continue reading The Turning Point?