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Oklahoman Nov 10, 2014

Oklahoma State football notebook: Mike Gundy says Tyreek Hill has “a ways to go” until he's NFL ready

By Kyle Fredrickson, Staff WriterAll it took was one game before Tyreek Hill’s name started popping up on mock NFL Draft boards. After Hill racked up 278 all-purpose yards against Florida State in the opener, CBS Sports NFL draft analyst Rob Rang ranked Hill as the No.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Nov 10, 2014

Since fans pay the freight, Sooners and Cowboys should care what they have to say

By Jenni Carlson, Staff WriterIt’s been a tough couple of weeks for Sooner and Cowboy fans. And the hurt’s gone beyond what’s happened on the field. The blowout losses caused great pain, first to Cowboy fans with Kansas State devouring Oklahoma State, then to Sooner fans with Baylor mauling Oklahoma.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Nov 10, 2014

Knee injury could cost Patmon 3-4 weeks

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Tyler Patmon suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee Sunday and could miss three-to-four weeks, according to an ESPN.com report.  Patmon, a former Oklahoma State player, is set for more exams after the team arrives in Dallas.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Nov 9, 2014

Oklahoma State football notebook: Mike Gundy talks roughing the passer calls and his playing days

By Kyle Fredrickson, Staff WriterMike Gundy likes to throw in a “back in my day,” story now and then when answering questions about his football team.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Nov 9, 2014
Oklahoma State football: Daxx Garman's decision making key for a sixth Cowboy victory

Oklahoma State football: Daxx Garman's decision making key for a sixth Cowboy victory

By Kyle Fredrickson, Staff WriterDaxx Garman threw 58 passes without an interception to open the season. To that point, in the first quarter against Texas Tech, his only statistics in the Cowboy record books were solid. Garman was 33-of-58 for 568 yards and four touchdowns.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Nov 9, 2014
Oklahoma State football: Longhorns starting to look dangerous — and that's bad news for the Cowboys

Oklahoma State football: Longhorns starting to look dangerous — and that's bad news for the Cowboys

By John HelsleyAs Texas jumped out to a big early lead on West Virginia Saturday, it became apparent that it would not be a good day for Oklahoma State. Never mind that the Cowboys were idle, getting extra preparation and presumably healthier for their own date with the Longhorns this Saturday.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Nov 9, 2014

Up next for Oklahoma State football: Scouting Texas

BY JOHN HELSLEYOKLAHOMA STATE VS. TEXAS When: 6:30 p.m. Saturday Where: Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater. TV: Fox (KOKH — Cox 12/HD 712, Dish 25, DirecTV 25, U-verse 25/1025) Radio: KXXY-FM 96.1 Scouting Texas Record: 5-5, 4-3 Big 12, coming off a 33-16 upset of No.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Nov 8, 2014
Oklahoma State football: Breaking down the legal dispute between Joe Wickline and OSU

Oklahoma State football: Breaking down the legal dispute between Joe Wickline and OSU

By Kyle Fredrickson, Staff WriterTake away the details and leave the frame. A legal battle playing out between Oklahoma State and Joe Wickline is similar to that of a classic playground spatRead more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Nov 8, 2014

Dallas Cowboys: Backup role present new challenges for Brandon Weeden

By Mike BaldwinTony Romo most likely will return Sunday afternoon when the Dallas Cowboys play Jacksonville at London’s Wembley Stadium.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Nov 7, 2014

Oklahoma State football: Cowboys defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer works to move and motivate his players

By John Helsley, Staff WriterSTILLWATER — Glenn Spencer the player, the defensive tackle at Georgia Tech in the early to mid-80s, couldn’t rely simply on his natural gifts. Gifts, he said, that were lacking. “I always felt like I wasn’t the best athlete in college,” said the Cowboys defensive coordinator.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Nov 6, 2014

Oklahoma State football notebook: Ben Grogan named semifinalist for Lou Groza Award

By Kyle Fredrickson, Staff WriterBen Grogan was one of 20 players selected Thursday as semifinalists for the Lou Groza Award, given annually to the nation’s best collegiate field goal kicker. Grogan — of Martin High School in Arlington, Texas — ranks third nationally this season with 18 made field goals and has connected on 16 of his last 18 attempts.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Nov 5, 2014
Oklahoma State football: Has the Cowboys' sudden fall impacted the 2015 recruiting class?

Oklahoma State football: Has the Cowboys' sudden fall impacted the 2015 recruiting class?

By Kyle Fredrickson, Staff WriterSTILLWATER — Kenneth McGruder verbally committed to Oklahoma State back in June, but that hardly shut the door on other programs pursuing the highly sought after safety prospect at Alief Taylor High School outside Houston. For proof, take a look inside the mailbox of his high school coach, J.D Jordan. “I get letters every day from other schools for Kenneth,” Jordan said.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Nov 5, 2014
Report: Cowboys have concerns in giving Dez Bryant big-money deal

Report: Cowboys have concerns in giving Dez Bryant big-money deal

According to a report from Yahoo Sports, Dallas Cowboys management has significant concerns about giving star wideout Dez Bryant a massive guarantee in a long-term contract based, in part, on off-field concerns with Bryant. The Cowboys have assisted Bryant in dealing with anger management and related issues, including setting up sessions with behavioral specialists and therapists, sources told Yahoo Sports. The Cowboys have made a number of contract offers to the former Oklahoma State wide receiver that provided him with meaningful financial guarantees, while providing protections for...
Oklahoman Nov 5, 2014
What if Nebraska never left the Big 12?

What if Nebraska never left the Big 12?

We can all probably agree that Nebraska isn't coming back to the Big 12 any time soon (if ever), right? But that didn't stop the Omaha World Herald's Dirk Chatelain from asking the question, "What if Nebraska never left the Big 12?Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Nov 4, 2014

Oklahoma State football notebook: Jerel Morrow makes first career start at Kansas State

By Kyle Fredrickson, Staff WriterOn Kansas State’s first offensive possession Saturday night, the Wildcats rolled out a four-receiver set with two split out wide on each side of the formation. Out of necessity, that allowed Oklahoma State defensive back Jerel Morrow to notch his first career start.Read more on NewsOK.com