Track heads to Arkansas for National Relays:
The Oklahoma State track and field team has gotten underway in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The field events will take place this morning and the track events will start with the women’s 100 meter hurdles at 2 p.m. this afternoon. Good luck Cowgirls!
Top competition brings out top performances. It's go time! #okstate— OKState XC/T&F (@run4okstate) April 27, 2018
National Relay Championships
Friday, April 27th
Larry Williams granted another year of eligibility
It’s official, offensive lineman Larry Williams will be able to stay at Oklahoma State for another year. This is due to a rule change that allows players to stay if they missed time due to injury. On an offensive line with a lot of questions surrounding it, having some experience back could be key for the Pokes with a new quarterback.
Official. pic.twitter.com/0NzODoCDTw— Cowboy Football (@CowboyFB) April 26, 2018
Wyatt Walker takes official visit to Oklahoma State:
This is a big weekend for Oklahoma State as former Samford big man Wyatt Walker comes to Stillwater for an official visit. The Cowboys have been after Walker for while and at he is a must get. He would be eligible immediately. He would be a great addition to add depth to that spot.
Walker had a visit at NC State earlier this week that was reported to have gone well, so hopefully Coach Boynton can make this a good visit and get him to Stillwater!
Big weekend for #okstate. Cowboys need Walker badly. https://t.co/frn5Hb8yXZ— Cowboys Ride For Free (@CowboysRFF) April 27, 2018