The question of who is the best wide receiver in Oklahoma State history is one that could be argued from now to the end of time.Luckily, we’ve narrowed it down to the best wide receiver during the Mike Gundy head coaching era. Although, there are more than a couple candidates that could be argued for in that time span, as well. However, it’s hard to argue against the local Oklahoma product, Justin Blackmon.
The Oklahoma State men’s basketball team will begin its season Friday as it will host to Pepperdine University. The game will stand as the beginning of the Mike Boynton era at OSU, as well as new beginnings for several players new to Stillwater.The Cowboys return a large contingent of players who saw meaningful minutes during the 2016-17 season.
As is tradition on ESPN’s weekly College GameDay program, the normal on-air personalities are joined by a guest associated with the host school to pick that day’s games.Who better to be that guest for Oklahoma State on Saturday, than wrestling coach John Smith? Allow me to explain why.He’s “been there, done that.” Smith has experience doing broadcast for sporting events and the media shows around them.
@GageGrothier Ohhhhh.... Hahahahaha... You're talking about the golf game we played? I thought you were referring to the ACTUAL hockey game... Lol. We weren't counting the numbers on the targets. One hit on a target was one point, no matter where you hit it.
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