Wednesday, August 31, 2011

USA Today Includes Two OSU Games As Must See Events

The USA Today has listed two Oklahoma State games this fall as must see events. It's proof that the OSU football program continues to play its way onto the national scene every year. The Cowboys take on Texas A&M the fourth week of the year in College Station and host the Sooners on Dec. 3 in Stillwater. The national attention and spotlight has never been higher at Oklahoma State heading into the year.

Ten must-see college football games to watch this season

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Monday, August 29, 2011

OSU Breaks Season Ticket Record

STILLWATER, Okla. – For the second time in three years, Oklahoma State has sold more season football tickets than ever before.

Just after 3 p.m. Monday, the ticket office confirmed a new record with sale of ticket No. 45,695. The previous record of 45,694 was set in 2009.

Of the total number of tickets sold so far, 10,204 are student tickets.

With five days remaining before the season opener, that number will likely increase through kickoff. The Cowboys begin the 2011 season Saturday at 6 p.m. when they take on Louisiana at Boone Pickens Stadium.

OSU enters the year ranked No. 9 in the AP poll, marking the second time in three years the Cowboys have started the season in the top 10.

2011 Orange Pride

Members of the 2011-12 Orange Pride

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Fan Appreciation Day at Oklahoma State

Justin Blackmon on ESPN Sports Science

2010 Biletnikoff award winner Justin Blackmon was on ESPN Sports Science.  The Cowboy junior showcased his talents for the nation and the footage is amazing.  Click the link below to check out the amazing feature.

ESPN Sports Science with OSU WR Justin Blackmon

Friday, August 26, 2011

ESPN Makes Visit To OSU

The College Football Live bus and ESPN announcer Craig James made a quick stop in Stillwater Thursday.  The crew spoke with Cowboy head coach Mike Gundy and managed to stop in on the OSU media luncheon.

ESPN College Football Live in Stillwater - Photo Gallery

Three Cowboys Earn Scholarships

It's great to see guys get reward for doing things the right way. Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy announced today that three former Walk-Ons have earned scholarships. Receiver Colton Chelf, offensive lineman Casey LaBrue and safety Kyle Hale were rewarded by the coaching staff for their contributions and ability to make an impact on the program.

“Young men that walk on to our program and work extremely hard will have an opportunity to earn a scholarship when we have any money left over that we can give to them,” Gundy said. “We certainly want to do it because they are what college football is all about. Guys that love to play the game and they start out doing it for free – I think it’s a show of the direction we’re going and what we stand for, which is trying to do the right thing.”

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Kendall Hunter Update

Former Oklahoma State standout Kendall Hunter continues to impress the San Francisco 49ers. Hunter currently sits fifth in the NFL in rushing with 134 yards. In two NFL preseason games, Kendall has 16 carries, 134 yards and a touchdown.  The 49ers return to action on Fri., Aug. 27 at 7 p.m. CT in San Francisco against the Houston Texans.

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TV 49 - Plenty of Depth at RB:

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Welcome to the official blog of Oklahoma State Football.  The Cowboys open the 2011 season on Sept. 3 against Louisiana-Lafayette inside Boone Pickens Stadium.  Don't miss out on Game Days in Stillwater this fall.