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Marcell Ateman scores his first NFL Touchdown:
Rookie wide receiver (and former Cowboy) Marcell Ateman scored his first touchdown in yesterday’s Raiders- Cheifs game.
The @Raiders sneaking up on the Chiefs pic.twitter.com/45Yh8oEosk— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) December 2, 2018
This play should look all too familiar to Oklahoma State fans. He was catching plays like this every Saturday when he was in orange and black. Congrats on getting your time to shine Marcell!
Juwan Evans is dominating in G-League:
With another 30+ point game with 33 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists, Juwan had an amazing game for the Northern Arizona Suns. Add in draining the game-winning free throws and you got yourself an dominating performance. I mean this isn’t anything new for Oklahoma State but it’s great to see he’s putting our performances that are giving him a chance to make it back into the NBA.
That's THREE STRAIGHT 30+ point games for Jawun Evans (@j3vans1_)— NBA G League (@nbagleague) December 2, 2018
The former 2nd Round pick dropped 33 PTS, 6 REB & 4 AST and a pair of game-winning free throws in the @nazsuns' win on Saturday night ☀️☀️☀️@OSUMBB ↗️ @nazsuns pic.twitter.com/pErr8wY5rD
Jawun Evans dominates. Water is wet.— Northern AZ Suns (@nazsuns) December 2, 2018
Make that three straight 30+ point games for @j3vans1_, and he came in clutch with the game-winning free throws!
33 pts | 13-19 FG | 6 rebs | 4 asts pic.twitter.com/nDppqCl4hy
Russell Okung has some fun on Sunday Night Football:
Former Oklahoma State Cowboy Russell Okung decided to have a little fun when the Chargers did their player announcements on Sunday Night Football. Instead of saying “Oklahoma State” Russell decided to go with “Wakanda Tech” (Wakanda is the fictional country from the Marvel comic Black Panther).
Wakanda Tech— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 3, 2018
Wakanda Forever Russell, Wakanda Forever.
Bonus: Garth teases possible BPS show-
Garth wouldn’t say whether or not a show in Boone Pickins would be a stop on his next stadium tour, but he said he had something special planned for Oklahoma.
STRAIGHT from @stormewarren and @garthbrooks!#GarthToBPS? pic.twitter.com/VCU2ji5v21— Basketball School (@OKStateProbs) December 1, 2018