Oklahoma State Cowboys Football Schedule
There is nothing bigger than college football in Stillwater, Oklahoma,
home of the Oklahoma State Cowboys, traditionally one of the most dominant teams in the Big 12. Last season the Cowboys finished
a game out of first place in the conference and they will be entering the 2014 season with a bit of a chip on their shoulder
as a result. Spring ball proved that the Cowboys' offense should be running on all cylinders this season. Veteran quarterback
J.W. Walsh really shined during the workouts and his experience was evident as he seemed to put to rest any rumors of a quarterback
competition. Tyreek Hill also impressed in the spring workouts, proving that the JC transfer running back is a threat to break
big plays both out of the back field and as a receiver. On the defensive side of the ball, the line appears stout and should
be able to dominate the majority of the offensive lines they go up against in the conference. While the OSU Cowboys will be
trotting out an impressive squad this season it is never easy in the Big 12 with annual games against the likes of in-state
rival Oklahoma, Texas, Baylor, Kansas State and more. If the Cowboys are to end up on top of the conference standings they
will be looking for all of the support from their loud and loyal fan base that they can get.
The 2014 season starts
off with a bang for the Cowboys as they travel to Arlington, Texas where they will take on the defending national champion
Florida State Seminoles at Cowboy Stadium. This will be one of the most watched regular season games all year and the Cowboys
can make an enormous statement by taking down the Seminoles on the first day of the season. Big 12 action gets underway in
Stillwater on September 25th when the Texas Tech Red Raiders come to town. The Red Raiders are always a tough team to beat
but OSU should be ready to get a win and will need one if they hope to emerge as conference champs by season's end. The regular
season comes to a close at Boone Pickens Stadium at Lewis Field on November 15th when the Oklahoma State Cowboys battle the
Texas Longhorns. Two of the Big 12 powerhouses will be facing off in this one which could ultimately end up deciding the conference
champions. The Cowboys also go up against Missouri State, UTSA, Iowa State, and West Virginia. StubHub has tickets for every
OSU game so just pick out the ones you can attend and get your tickets right here to show the Cowboys some support.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys are entering the 2014 season looking to return to the top of the Big 12 standings.
Head coach Mike Gundy appears to have plenty to work with based on a solid recruiting class and impressive workouts by the
returning players during spring ball. The addition of running back Tyreek Hill should be a boon for the Cowboys' offense which
was already loaded. All season long Boone Pickens Stadium at Lewis Field will be packed with tens of thousands of Cowboys
fans looking to cheer the home team on to a victory.
As one of the founding members of
the Big 12 the Oklahoma State Cowboys have had years to build rivalries with many of the other teams in the conference and
any game they play at Boone Pickens Stadium at Lewis Field is always wrought with excitement. Cheering for your alma mater
or favorite school and watching the student athletes lay it all on the line for school pride and a shot at playing at the
next level is one of the most intense feelings in all of sports. College football fans plan their entire Saturday to celebrate
everything that comes with the game. These hard core fans get up early and head off to the stadium parking lot for tailgating
before the game. Once inside the stadium, fans join together to make as much noise as possible and help the home team leave
with a victory. It is incredibly thrilling to be in the crowd when the star player takes the ball into the end zone for a
big win. When you head out for an Oklahoma State Cowboys football game you are sure to experience all of the excitement that
comes with a top tier college football game. The parking lot at Boone Pickens Stadium at Lewis Field will be filled with people
gearing up for the big game, grilling up some grub and sipping on a few beverages as well. It's all one big lead up to the
main event, which is the game itself. There is simply no better way to spend a day off than at a college football game cheering
and celebrating with thousands of other hard core fans.
Oklahoma State Cowboys Big 12 Football
play in the Big 12 Conference, a traditional football powerhouse that annually features some of the most exciting games in
all of the sport. The first Big 12 conference football game took place in 1996 and since 2012 it has played a nine game round-robin
style regular season which determines a champion rather than using a championship game as some other conferences do. The traditional
powerhouses in the conference include Baylor, Texas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State but every team in the conference
is solid and capable of beating any other team. Baylor enter the 2014 season as the defending champs but this season should
be as close of a battle as last year's was and anyone could end up on top of the conference standings.
one OSU Cowboy has won the Heisman Trophy in the long history of the sport at the university which dates all the way back
to 1901. The winner was NFL Hall of Fame inductee and legendary running back Barry Sanders who won the award in 1988. The
Cowboys have won three conference championships, one in the Missouri Valley Conference, one in the Big Wight, and the most
recent in 2011 in the Big 12.