Four college basketball coaches have been arrested after being charged by the Manhattan U.S. Attorney with various counts of bribery and fraud. The arrests resulted from a nearly two-year investigation that examined the shady links between college basketball coaches and outside businesses, including agency firms,…
Oklahoma State suffered one of the cruelest and most controversial losses of the college football season last September, when Central Michigan won on the final play with a wild hook-and-ladder lateral hail mary play.
Brad Underwood has left Oklahoma State after just one season, jumping ship for Illinois. The university announced the hiring just one day after Underwood’s Cowboys lost to Michigan in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Michigan beat Oklahoma State in what was one of the more entertaining games of the NCAA tournament’s first round. The Cowboys fought to the very end, getting quick buckets in the final minute and forcing Michigan to hit their free throws. Even after Michigan grabbed a four-point lead, Oklahoma State went down shooting:
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy, who gets his hair cut like that on purpose, was asked a question about parity in college football during his weekly press conference today. Instead of issuing a boring answer, Gundy took the question and ran with it:
Enormous Oklahoma State defensive lineman Vincent Taylor blocked a Texas extra point attempt, scooped up the loose ball and lateraled it to Trey Flowers for a defensive two-point conversion in one of numerous plays that have thus far made for a madcap first half in Stillwater.
The Mid-American Conference has suspended the officiating crew that botched what should have been the final play of Saturday’s Central Michigan-Oklahoma State game, giving the Chippewas a final, untimed down on which they scored a spectacular game-winning touchdown.
Central Michigan, which completed one of the greatest Hail Mary plays of all time two years ago, did it again to beat #22 Oklahoma State 30-27 when Cooper Rush connected with Jesse Kroll, who then lateraled to Corey Willis for the touchdown.
Oklahoma State University announced that 21-year-old basketball player Tyrek Coger died this evening after he collapsed during a team workout. Coger transferred to the Cowboys this month after last playing for Cape Fear Community College in North Carolina.
Five years into the grand experiment, and the Longhorn Network is kind of a disaster. It’s losing money hand-over-fist: reportedly $48 million since its launch, with annual losses hovering in the millions. Subscriber fees are painfully low, and ESPN is locked into this thing for another 15 years. And according to…
Iowa State took care of things at home tonight against Oklahoma State with a 58-50 win, but that scoreline doesn’t include a Jameel McKay dunk that officials ruled a miss after the ball went through the hoop, bounced off Cowboys defender Anthony Allen’s skull and back out through the top. Maybe getting dunked on isn’t…
ESPN sent the College GameDay crew to Stillwater for Bedlam, and the miserable weather led to what we can only assume was a smaller-than-usual crowd. They brought signs, though! Here are some of them:
Texas Tech is currently up 17-0 on the undefeated Oklahoma State Cowboys, thanks to this ankle-breaking clinic from Jakeem Grant.
According to News On 6 out of Stillwater, Oklahoma, at least two people died this morning after a car ran into a crowd gathered to watch the Oklahoma State Homecoming parade. Several other people are reportedly injured. The incident occurred towards the end of the route, at Hall Of Fame and Main Street.