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CRFF All-Time Cowboy Tournament: Josh Holliday vs. Keiton Page


Round 1 of the CRFF All-Time Cowboy Tournament has officially started! In Saturday’s matchup, #28 seed, Dan Bailey, breezed by #5 seed, Jim Click. If you don’t already know about this tournament we are holding, check out the Tournament introductory blog! We have seeded 30 of the best to ever wear the orange and black.


What is an “All-Time Cowboy,” exactly? Whatever you think it is. This is not a “who’s better?” contest, this is a tournament for the fans. Who did you idolize growing up as a Pokes fan? Who is constantly representing our beloved University, even past their college days? Who would you most want to sit down next to at the Penny, and drink a limey with? These are the types of questions you should be asking yourself while voting. This is for you guys!

You can check out the full bracket here!

Round 1 / Match 7: #12 Josh Holliday vs. #21 Keiton Page

NCAA Baseball: College World Series-Arizona vs Oklahoma State Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports

Former OSU ball player, and current head baseball coach, Josh Holliday, finds him self in this tournament for both his efforts on the field, and as a manager. We all remember his latest run as coach of the Cowboys. This past year was the first time OSU has been to the College World Series since Holliday was playing on the team 19 years before.

On the diamond, Holliday is near the top of the OSU record list for many offensive categories, including home runs, walks, hits, doubles and hit-by-pitches.

We were one win away the College World Series finals, and it looks like the baseball program is back on track to where Josh’s father, Tom, had it in the past.

Nebraska v Oklahoma State Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images

Keiton Page epitomizes what it is to be a Cowboy. Strong work ethic, grit, loyalty; Page showed all of these traits during his 4 years at Oklahoma State. As a fan favorite, you could notice GIA getting rowdy whenever Page was hot from deep. Page hit 299 three pointers while at OSU.

This small town kid from Pawnee, Oklahoma, really had a huge heart, and he will forever be remembered as one of the most storied basketball players in Oklahoma State history.


Who are you going to vote for? Will you with the hometown hero with the golden last name, or the “Pawnee Pistol”? Vote below and share the tweet with your friends.