It’s High Noon.
Oklahoma State Offense Grades Well According to Pro Football Focus
PFF Week 10 - Big 12 Team of the Week - Offense pic.twitter.com/uixCu90Ifj— PFF College Football (@PFF_College) November 7, 2017
By the looks of this graphic, we should’ve beaten OU by 1,000, right? UGHHHHHHHHHHHHH. However, it is good to see our interior lineman thriving.
In other Pro Football Focus news, James Washington and Mason Rudolph are projected to be drafted in the first round. Check out their mock draft HERE.
Top Prospect Flips From Powerhouse to Powerhouse
The biggest news of the week dropped late last night.— FloWrestling (@FloWrestling) November 8, 2017
#1 Travis Wittlake has decommitted from Penn State and will be wrestling for another wrestling superpower instead.https://t.co/JefEKwgAQm
I went on a visit to Oklahoma State, and felt it was the place I should be," Wittlake said. "Aside from all the recruiting, the phone calls, the coaches, I felt Oklahoma State provided my kind of atmosphere, and people. Don't get me wrong, PSU is awesome and I have great respect for the coaching staff there. I felt I could succeed under John Smith or Cael Sanderson, as they're both great coaches, but it came down to a gut feeling and a place where I am going to be happy.
I am a self proclaimed wrestling idiot, but it looks like we aren’t relinquishing our stranglehold of collegiate wrestling anytime soon.
Oh, and it looks like the OSU Wrestling media intern is enjoying their 240 characters.
Finally, enough characters to fit all 34 of these into one tweet— OSU Cowboy Wrestling (@CowboyWrestling) November 8, 2017
Boynton Pays Homage to Sutton
Eddie Sutton stood for defense, so he emblazoned the word DEFENSE across the practice shorts. After hearing that story from coach Sutton, @thacoachmike decided to bring that tradition back. #letswork #okstate— Cowboy Basketball (@OSUMBB) November 8, 2017
➡️ https://t.co/L8qD1xlrw4 pic.twitter.com/NTzaBqECvO
What is there to talk about with the coach who took Oklahoma State to two Final Fours? Defense, of course. Sutton’s teams were hard-nosed, and the former coach let Boynton in on one way he motivated his players behind the scenes.
They wore “DEFENSE” across the back of their practice shorts.
“That’s one of the ways he emphasized it every day,” Boynton said. “When I told him that I would think about doing it again, he lit up. And so we made that happen pretty quickly.”
I just finished embroidering “Defense” onto all of my work khakis.
BASKETBALL SEASON IS IN TWO DAYS! 2! Dos! Deux! Two days away. The Boynton Era begins against Pepperdine this Friday at 7:30 CST. Check it out on Fox College Sports or drive your Defense-Butt to Stillwater to go support the team in person.