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Team: Oklahoma State Cowboys Football
League: NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision, Big 12 Conference
Home Games: Boone Pickens Stadium
Head Coach: Mike Gundy
Conference Titles: 10
All-Time Greats: Charlie Johnson, Terry Miller, Brandon Pettigrew, Dez Bryant, R.W. McQuarters, Antonio Smith
Rivals: Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Tulsa
Oklahoma State Cowboys Football TicketsThe Oklahoma State Cowboys Football team played their first season in 1900. They joined the Southwest Conference in 1915 and in 1925, the team joined the Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Then, in 1928, they moved into the Missouri Valley Conference. Since 1920, the team has called Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma, home. They finished 2018 with a record of 604–552–49 and a bowl record of 19–10. Oklahoma State has 10 conference titles: one national title and one unclaimed national title. In 1988, Barry Sanders won the Heisman Trophy, Maxwell and Walter Camp awards. Several players have gone on to a professional career in the NFL. Oklahoma, Texas Tech and Tulsa are their top three rivals. StubHub is your source for Oklahoma State Cowboys Football tickets.
Where do the Oklahoma State Cowboys Football play?When you attend a home Oklahoma State Cowboys Football game, you will watch them play at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The stadium has a capacity of 60,218. It was opened on October 2, 1920 and received renovations from 2003 to 2009 as well as several expansions. The last expansion took place in 2009. On November 23, 2013, a record 60,218 attended the game against Baylor. There have also been several games where attendance has been at 58,000 and above. On September 5, 2009, the stadium was re-dedicated.
Who is Oklahoma State Cowboys Football’s head coach?Mike Gundy is the Oklahoma State Cowboys Football head coach. Gundy played for the Cowboys 1986–1989 as quarterback. He graduated from Oklahoma State and was quickly hired as an assistant coach on Pat Jones' staff in 1990. He has also been a wide receiver coach, quarterback coach and offensive coordinator. In 1996, he took a position at Baylor. From 1997-2000, he was a staff member for Maryland. In 2001, he returned to Oklahoma State where he became the head coach in 2004. Gundy possesses a decorated coaching career that includes an overall record of 121–59 and bowl record of 9-4. He has two Big 12 Championships and won Big 12 Coach of the Year in 2010.
Who are some notable players from Oklahoma State Cowboys Football?There is no shortage of talent out of the Oklahoma State Cowboys Football program. Notable former players include Charlie Johnson, Terry Miller and Brandon Pettigrew as well as Dez Bryant, R.W. McQuarters and Antonio Smith. Johnson was drafted in 2006. He played for the Indianapolis Colts and Minnesota Vikings. While he was with the Colts, he helped protect Peyton Manning on the offensive line and became a Super Bowl champion. Bryant played for the Dallas Cowboys. As one of their primary receivers for two seasons, he caught 108 passes for 1,489 yards and 15 touchdowns.
How is the tailgating scene at Oklahoma State Cowboys Football?Tailgating before home Oklahoma State Cowboys Football games is tradition and considered to be an important part of the overall game day experience. Students, alumni, and fans have three tailgate options: reserved, non-football and football. Each has a designated area with varying services and amenities to enjoy.
What are the top games this year for Oklahoma State Cowboys Football?One top game to attend is when Oklahoma comes in for the Bedlam Series. It is usually the game that closes out the season for the two teams. The rivalry dates back to the early 1900s. Other rivals include Texas Tech, Tulsa. In 2019, TCU and Baylor will also play at Boone Pickens Stadium.
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