It’s High Noon...
Bedlam is a Sellout!
Boone Pickens Stadium is going to be rocking tomorrow! Be there and wear orange!!!
This is worth the read...
I drove about 600 miles around Texas to learn where Oklahoma State wideout James Washington comes from. https://t.co/l9ueItgqx9— Adam Kramer (@KegsnEggs) November 3, 2017
James Washington is good at football, but it goes much deeper than that for him, as Adam Kramer of Bleacher Report found out in this article. From a small town in west Texas, to becoming a possible first round pick, Washington has stayed humble through it all.
The town of Stamford is essentially made up of four one-way streets, each a few hundred feet in length. These pathways create a square through the downtown. As soon as you enter, you're already on your way out. If you catch the town's top stoplights just right, you can be in and out in less than 30 seconds.
James Washington isn't just here. His presence is felt everywhere you go. To this town, he is more than Oklahoma State's star wide receiver—the latest in its long line of gifted pass-catchers—and the best deep threat in college football. He is a living legacy.
He is Stamford’s brightest son, and while he will be going onto bigger and better things soon, he’ll never forget where he is from, and the town that built him.
Cowboy Basketball Returns Tonight!
If you aren’t doing anything tonight, head to Gallagher-Iba Arena for the first Cowboy basketball game of the season! Friday’s matchup is an exhibition against Arkansas-Monticello. What a great way to start a great weekend of Oklahoma State athletics!!