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Cowgirl Basketball releases wallpapers:
Want to represent Cowgirl Basketball on your phone? Well now you can! Oklahoma State Athletics tweeted out these awesome wallpapers featuring Cowgirl Basketball players.
You want it and we got it! Happy #WallpaperWednesday #okstate fans! pic.twitter.com/aEXzsc7IBf— Cowgirl Basketball (@OSUWBB) September 5, 2018
You can choose from three different ones. Players featured include Karli Wheeler, Latashia Jones and Maria Castro.
What Chuba Hubbard learned from his redshirt year:
Following Tuesday’s practice, Chuba Hubbard talked to The Franchise about what he learned from fellow running backs during his redshirt year.
During his redshirt season, Chuba Hubbard said Justice Hill, J.D. King and LD Brown helped teach him about bouncing back and letting go of mistakes. #OKState @FranchiseOK pic.twitter.com/aQNIzp3SYm— Cameron Jourdan (@Cam_Jourdan) September 4, 2018
“A lot really. Just knowledge of game situations. You know sometimes he’ll make a bad play. Just to you know move past that , come right back. You know everyone fumbles. And you really don’t want to fumble.”
It’s awesome to see that Hubbard used that redshirt year to learn and grow. You can definitely see that all of his hard work is paying off.
Oklahoma State has success with beers sales, Oklahoma still contemplating:
With Oklahoma State reportedly selling 4,125 beers at last week’s game against Missouri State, the question was posed to Berry Trammel of The Oklahoman whether or not Oklahoma would follow OSU’s path and start to sell beer. In a post by Trammel that came out yesterday he asks OU Athletic Director Joe Castiglione. The TL/DR version of Castiglione’s answer? No they will not.
“We’re very well aware of what other stadiums are doing,” Joe C. said. “We understand how Oklahoma State University has changed their policy. A lot of fans are asking these questions. Asking when, not if. But the conversations taking place are ongoing. We haven’t made any decisions yet. Still needs to be vetted through many levels of university administration.”
Sooners still contemplating beer sales. https://t.co/sYyhbtRstJ— Berry Tramel (@BerryTramel) September 5, 2018
While it doesn’t look OU will have beer flowing through their stadium anytime soon, it looks like it might be a matter of time before they’re following in the footsteps of other Big 12 schools,
That’s all for today folks! Have a great day!