Dan Hammerschmidt couldn’t believe the look of his safety group the first time he saw them coming back to fall camp.
Question marks surround every name on the Oklahoma State defensive line to the point that the members of the group are happy to be anonymous.
PERRY – If Perry High football fans want to get a glimpse of this year’s team, which has a lot of hype surrounding it, they better get to Daniels Field next week.
Oklahoma State has one of the best wide receiving corps in the country – ranked No. 8 in Division I by Athlon Sports – but that didn’t keep receivers coach Kasey Dunn from wanting to add something following the spring season.
Former Oklahoma State volunteer assistant Jaime Sanchez-Cañamares is returning to Stillwater as the assistant coach for head coach Chris Young’s Cowgirl tennis program it was announced today.
When Deondrick Glass made his commitment to Oklahoma State on ESPN at the Blue-Gray Football Classic, he proclaimed he wanted to win the Heisman Trophy as a true freshman.
The Oklahoma State football team held its first scrimmage of fall camp on Sunday, which was closed to even OSU personnel who typically get to take in such practices.
Oklahoma State junior Sinclaire Johnson announced her decision to forgo her remaining NCAA eligibility to pursue a professional career on Monday evening.
After finishing one win shy of a state championship, the Ripley High softball team is back on the diamond and ready to get back to Oklahoma City in less than two months.
When the Stillwater High softball team takes the field Monday to begin the 2019 season, it’s going to look different with a handful of new faces.
Patrick McKaufman was supposed to be integral part of the Oklahoma State offense last year following the departure of OSU’s deep corps of wide receivers from the 2017 season.
Chuba Hubbard may have been Oklahoma State’s fifth-leading receiver a year ago with 22 catches for 229 yards – with a long of 54 – but he may just be scratching the surface in becoming a multi-faceted tailback.
With the season opener less than a month away, and the Oklahoma State football team nearly a week into fall camp, Cowboy coach Mike Gundy felt Tuesday was a good time to ramp up the competition with his Cowboys as they held their first day in full pads.
It wasn’t just Tylan Wallace’s 12 touchdown catches on the season – including several caught between two defenders such as in the Texas game – that got the fan base in Boone Pickens Stadium hollering for the Oklahoma State wide receiver.
The older I get and the more I read about hunting opportunities in other states, the more it bothers me that I don’t have the opportunity to hunt deer in velvet in the state of Oklahoma.
Before the annual Oklahoma State Fan Appreciation Day even began, there were hundreds of people wearing orange and black ready to meet the football and soccer players.
Mike Gundy has been trying to stave off the questions, but they just keep coming – typically with subtle differences in the iterations.
Tracin Wallace will go down having made just one catch for one yard at the end of a blowout against an FCS opponent for his college career.
Mike Gundy wanted to make it easy on media members following Oklahoma State football’s fall camp opening practice inside the Sherman E. Smith Training Center.
It wasn’t a big surprise Thursday evening when star boys basketball recruit Cade Cunningham included Oklahoma State on his list of final five schools.
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