Sunday, November 6, 2011

OSU No. 2 in BCS for First Time in School History

#2 Oklahoma State continues to make major strides under head coach Mike Gundy and Sunday marked another first. The Cowboys, who improved to a school record 9-0 Saturday with a win over Kansas State, are No. 2 nationally in the BCS standings for the first time in school history. The Pokes also jumped to No. 2 in the Associated Press poll released earlier Sunday.

OSU seems in control of its own destiny with three weeks remaining in the regular-season. The Cowboys have back-to-back road games at Texas Tech and Iowa State before returning home to host in-state rival Oklahoma on Dec. 3. Here are headlines from around the country Sunday evening after the BCS announcement.

National Rankings - College Football Nation Blog - Big 12 Blog

Washington Post - LSU and Oklahoma State take lead in BCS race, with Stanford lurking

BCS title game needs a gunslinger like Brandon Weeden

USA Today - LSU remains No. 1, Alabama stays ahead of Stanford in BCS rankings

OK State jumps to No. 2 in BCS poll behind LSU

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