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Bilentikoff Finalists to be Announced
The Biletnikoff Award will announce the 3 finalists today, Monday 11/20 at 4:05 PM EST pic.twitter.com/C1t6j9cnyW— Biletnikoff Award (@biletnikoffawrd) November 20, 2017
Be on the lookout for this later today! It is very likely that James Washington will be a finalist for the award. David Sills V and Keke Coutee are two other Big 12 wide receivers that could be among the three finalists. The last Cowboy to win the award was Justin Blackmon, who won it twice in 2010 and 2011.
Kristoffer Ventura looks to win Sun Bowl All-America Classic
After sweeping the long drive and putting competitions, @krisventura95 is looking to add the Sun Bowl All-America Golf Classic title to his resumé. Follow along at https://t.co/m4Tl2NLm8e. #okstate #golfschool pic.twitter.com/XrFiuH71VB— Oklahoma State Golf (@OSUCowboyGolf) November 20, 2017
Good luck to Kristoffer Ventura as he competes in the Sun Bowl All-America Classic today and tomorrow. He already has won the long drive and putting competitions, so he looks to add a tournament victory to that! #GolfSchool
Cowboy Football to Orlando?
OSU football: Could the Cowboys be Orlando-bound for bowl season? https://t.co/NPEXSXzyEn #OKState— Scott Wright (@ScottWrightOK) November 20, 2017
After the loss to Kansas State on Saturday, bowl projections have the Cowboys playing in the Camping World Bowl in Orlando, FL. They would play the best available ACC team in this game, which right now looks to be either Virginia Tech or NC State. This is still a solid bowl game, and would make for a good matchup, this would just be a disappointing end to the season given the expectations at the beginning of the year.
Cowboy Wrestling rolls in first home dual
Final from GIA! #okstate routs No.6 Minnesota, 30-3. Congrats to @JohnSmithOKST on his 400th career victory! Seventh coach in DI history to do it. #okstate pic.twitter.com/P4fV232T8g— OSU Cowboy Wrestling (@CowboyWrestling) November 20, 2017
The No. 3 ranked Cowboy wrestling team had their first home dual on Sunday against No. 6 Minnesota Golden Gophers. The Cowboys rolled to victory 30-3, the only loss coming at 125 pounds, with Nick Piccininni losing in the final seconds. This was also a landmark victory for Coach John Smith, who got his 400th career dual win in the victory. He becomes only the 7th coach in Division I history to reach this accomplishment. Congratulations to the Cowboy wrestling team and Coach John Smith!