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Cowboy Baseball drops series against Iowa
Cowboy Baseball Drops Series Rubber Game At Iowa https://t.co/hpZ6M1tXqA— Cowboy Baseball (@OSUBaseball) May 6, 2018
After winning game one of the series in Iowa City, the Cowboys dropped a barnburner on Saturday 16-14, and then also dropped the rubber game on Sunday 11-3. Despite losing the series, there were a few bright spots during the series. Michael Neustifter went 4-5 with 6 RBI’s on Saturday. The Cowboys were able to launch quite a few home runs in the series, firing up the Gap Band six times during the 3-game set. The Cowboys will look to rebound this week with a weekend series against Baylor.
Cowboy Baseball maintains its lead in the Big 12
Texas wins its series against Texas Tech, leaving #okstate's magic number at three. With the Red Raiders and Longhorns off next weekend, the Cowboys can win the Big 12 before the season's final week if they sweep Baylor.— Nathan Ruiz (@NathanSRuiz) May 6, 2018
Despite a 1-3 week for Oklahoma State, they still maintain their lead in the conference. The Cowboys have a 3 game lead on Texas in the conference standings currently, and with Texas Tech and Texas off next weekend, the Cowboys can win the conference outright against Baylor with a sweep.
Cowboy Football still in on Marcus Hicks
Marcus Hicks is a 5-star defensive end from Wichita, Kansas. Plenty of teams would like him to take his talents to their respective schools, but it’s looking like the top three schools as of now are Oklahoma, Michigan, and Oklahoma State. As of now, the 24/7 crystal ball predictions have Hicks going to Oklahoma, but plenty can change between now and the time he decides to make his commitment.
Tre Flowers in Seahawks rookie minicamp
As you can see from the title of the video, Flowers will be making a position change as he takes his place in the Legion of Boom. He’ll be moving from playing safety to cornerback. This may seem like an odd transition since he was so successful as a safety in college, but Flowers fits the mold of the tall, physical corner that the Seahawks have found success with in recent years.