Now that spring practice is over, the 2014 Oklahoma State Cowboys roster is beginning to take shape. Because of that, we can begin to make early predictions for how this fall season is going to play out. Obviously, it's still very early and things could drastically change between now and the start of the season. Show More Summary
Anyone who has followed along here for a while knows I respect Peyton Manning. He's a great player. He's not a bad interview either. He's a pretty sharp, funny guy. He's also one of the league's good guys, as far as charity work goes. All...Show More Summary
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With spring practices concluding on April 11, now is the time to look back over the last few weeks and try to get an idea of which Oklahoma State players are going to become impact players this fall. It's still very early in the process;...Show More Summary
While "sleeper" may not necessarily be the right term, Texas is at the point where it's no longer the hunted program in the Big 12. Schools like Baylor and Oklahoma State have significantly closed the gap between themselves and Texas,...Show More Summary
Oklahoma State has picked up a much-needed addition—and that may be putting it lightly—to the back end of its secondary. Former Michigan safety Josh Furman, who is on track to graduate this spring and should be eligible to play in 2014,...Show More Summary
We're in the heart of spring ball in the Big 12, and teams are trying to gear up for what is sure to be another wild race to win the conference in 2014. Baylor, Oklahoma State and TCU have already had their spring games, which leaves seven teams remaining. Show More Summary
If there is ever a history class taught on the NBA draft, Marcus Smart's 2013 decision to return to Oklahoma State should have its own chapter in the textbook. Smart was a top-three lock last June. He had the chance to strike and ultimately...Show More Summary
The Oklahoma State Cowboys entered their spring practice with major question marks across the roster because of the vast number of starters and key role players graduating after the 2013 season. However, no position battle is more important...Show More Summary
After two fruitful seasons at Oklahoma State, star guard Marcus Smart has officially announced that he will make his long-awaited entry into the 2014 NBA draft. The star confirmed the news in an interview with John Helsley of The Oklahoman...Show More Summary
The Oklahoma State Cowboys bolstered their 2015 recruiting class on Sunday when 4-star running back Ronald Jones II announced his commitment. Brian Perroni of 247Sports broke the news: Jay Fielder of Rivals.com noted the impact Jones'...Show More Summary
With the Orange Blitz spring practice blowout happening this weekend, now is the time to assess which players have shown the most improvement during this early portion of Oklahoma State football. Now, obviously lots of players are going...Show More Summary
"I shot at the bird and, I guess, one of my BBs hit this guy." Oklahoma State Rep. Steve Vaughan, author of a bill that created an annual "Second Amendment Day," has taken responsibility for the accidental shooting of a fellow hunter (who sustained only a minor injury). Read more...
An Oklahoma state lawmaker admitted that he accidentally shot someone while out hunting last month. State Representative Steve Vaughan was out shooting and tried to hit a pheasant, but accidentally hit another in the side of the head with his shotgun.
Doing a Dick Cheney impression, Oklahoma State Rep. Steve Vaughn accidentally shot a fellow hunter last month. There were also several other hunters present during the pheasant hunt at the Bluestem Hunting Reserve near Perry, Okla. “I said, ‘You know, everybody’s shooting, [and] I don’t know that it was me, per se, but I would […]
If you’re a Republican who doesn’t recognize the Republican party anymore, your name is probably Oklahoma State Rep. Doug Cox. The pro-life politician recently wrote a letter to his GOP comrades, asking essentially, ‘Why are you so obsessed with controlling the vagina, man?’ Read more...
Oklahoma state Rep. Doug Cox tells Salon why his Republican colleagues' policies are "discriminatory against women"
It seems like just yesterday that we were making our preseason picks on who would cut down the nets in April (thanks for nothing, Oklahoma State!), but we're now actually just a few days away from finding out which Final Four team will...Show More Summary
I was one of 25,000 to 30,000 teachers, students, and parents rallying at the Oklahoma State Capitol. No, this is not an April Fool's joke! After education spending was cut more than any other state, while the full load of test-driven reforms were imposed, we are pushing back. Show More Summary
Oklahoma State University’s National Energy Solutions Institute partnered with the Smart Energy Solutions Association Monday to put its energy research into practice. The partnership is fueled by a $500,000 donation from Colorado-based CoBank, a national cooperative bank serving industries across rural America. Show More Summary