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Peyton Manning shares message of how to be a game changer in Oklahoma State speech

By Cody Stavenhagen, For The OklahomanSTILLWATER — As a Super Bowl Champion and five-time NFL MVP, Peyton Manning is used to being a game changer. When the Denver Broncos’ quarterback spoke to 4,250 people at Oklahoma State University’s Gallagher-Iba Arena on Wednesday, having a game-changer mentality in life was a big part of his message. Manning said that’s the mindset he took into the huddle in his first game as a Tennessee Volunteer. Jerry Colquitt, UT’s starter, was injured, forcing Manning to take over as a freshman playing at UCLA on national television. Manning said he...
Oklahoman Apr 16, 2014

Oklahoma State football: Kickoff time, TV set for Cowboys season opener vs. Florida State

FROM STAFF REPORTSThe Oklahoma State football team's season opener vs. Florida State on Aug.Read more on NewsOK.com
Stillwater News-Press Apr 16, 2014

Oklahoma outlasts Oklahoma State in 18 innings

Cowboys overcome early flurry, but still fall to rival Sooners.
Stillwater News-Press Apr 12, 2014

Cowboys' defense makes strides in spring

Peterson and Lampkin will be the veteran leaders on the secondary
Oklahoman Apr 12, 2014

Oklahoma State football: Kevin Peterson offers his own style of leadership

By John HelsleyOn a defense replacing seven starters, the candidates to emerge as experienced leaders are few. Cornerback Kevin Peterson, admittedly not all that vocal, will try to lead in his own way. “I try to go out there and practice hard and tell people, ‘You got to get it.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Apr 12, 2014

Oklahoma State football: What we learned from an important spring for Mike Gundy's team

By John Helsley, Staff WriterSTILLWATER — Oklahoma State’s 2014 season sniffs of transition. The Cowboys must replace an impact class of 28 seniors and four more veterans — receiver Josh Stewart, centers Jake Jenkins and Travis Cross and safety Lyndell Johnson — who had eligibility remaining, yet won’t return for various reasons.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Apr 11, 2014

OSU football notebook: Cowboys close spring with intensity

By Cody StavenhagenIn 10 years as football coach at Oklahoma State, Mike Gundy said he’s never had a week in the spring as intense as this one. With a young team and the 2014 season-opener against defending national champion Florida State, OSU needed to quicken the development cycle. The Cowboys wrapped up their spring Friday with an 80-play scrimmage in their final practice until fall. “From a scrimmage standpoint, we were so young, we needed more work,” Gundy said.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Apr 10, 2014
OSU Football: O-Line Receives New Message

OSU Football: O-Line Receives New Message

John Helsley[img]2413919[/img] Joe Wickline is the only voice Oklahoma State’s offensive linemen had heard for 10 years.Read more on NewsOK.com
Stillwater News-Press Apr 9, 2014

Freeman leads Cowgirls past North Texas

Freeman hit a solo home run in the second inning and earned the win in the circle.
Oklahoman Apr 9, 2014
Former Oklahoma State University athletes team up to bring new pizza concept to Oklahoma

Former Oklahoma State University athletes team up to bring new pizza concept to Oklahoma

BY BRIANNA BAILEY, Business WriterAfter nine years in the NFL, tight-end Billy Bajema, who also played football at Westmoore High School and Oklahoma State University, is embarking on a new career in the restaurant business. Bajema is partnering with longtime friend and former OSU teammate Josh Fields to bringing the Texas-based Pie Five Pizza Co.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Apr 9, 2014
Oklahoma State football: What's the transfer impact of Josh Furman?

Oklahoma State football: What's the transfer impact of Josh Furman?

John Helsley[img]2404600[/img] The Cowboys are getting a boost to their secondary, with news that former Michigan safety Josh Furman is transferring to OSU for his senior season. The 6-foot-2, 202-pound Furman plans to graduate in May, which will make him immediately eligible. How much of a boost?Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Apr 8, 2014
Oklahoma State football: Rennie Childs still has work to do

Oklahoma State football: Rennie Childs still has work to do

BY CODY STAVENHAGEN, For The OklahomanSTILLWATER — Before every Oklahoma State practice, running backs Desmond Roland and Rennie Childs have a quick talk. As a senior who has been through all the trials, Roland is there to guide Childs, a budding sophomore from Houston. Roland is missing spring practices after shoulder surgery, shifting the load to Childs for now. With the possibility of junior-college transfer Tyreek Hill entering the OSU backfield, that’s pressed Childs even more to make an impression. “I tell him he’s gotta grind every day,” Roland said.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Apr 8, 2014

Oklahoma State football: Backfield breakdown

BY CODY STAVENHAGEN, For The OklahomanMike Gundy won’t guarantee it, but he said he thinks the OSU backfield will be better than it was a season ago. Despite missing the spring with shoulder surgery, Desmond Roland is in line to be the bell cow after running for 811 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2013. Rennie Childs should see plenty of carries, too, but that number will depend on what happens with Tyreek Hill, the much-hyped junior-college transfer who can play receiver and running back. It makes for a good balance on paper.Read more on NewsOK.com
Oklahoman Apr 7, 2014

Cowboy fans who snubbed Orange Blitz missed a good show

By Jenni Carlson, Staff WriterSTILLWATER — There was much gnashing of teeth and rending of orange garments when Oklahoma State football announced it wouldn’t have a spring game this year. A good number of gnashers and the renders said the decision was a mistake.Read more on NewsOK.com

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