Cowgirl Soccer upsets #8 Penn State on the road
Kimberly Rodriguez scored the golden goal off a corner kick from Jaci Jones to shock the 8th ranked Nittany Lions in Happy Valley. Coach Colin Carmichael dedicated the win to the late T. Boone Pickens.
Cade Cunningham discusses his visit at OSU
Cade Cunningham, the second ranked recruit in the country according to Rivals, made an official visit to OSU last weekend and had some nice things to say in a short interview with The TB5 Reports.
Cade Cunningham: Before the visit I had only known Coach Boynton and (Coach) Cannen Cunningham, so that was my first time getting to meet the rest of the staff. I really liked everyone I met while I was there and I could really see myself fitting in with them from a basketball stand point where I could really do my thing alongside other good players or are older. The TB5 Reports.
Throwback to one of the weirdest days in OSU football history
With the Pokes heading to Tulsa this Saturday, the Oklahoman’s Jacob Unruh reminisce’s the time OSU and the Golden Hurricane played until almost four in the morning.
Eight years after OSU and Tulsa played deep into the early morning hours following a 3-hour, 6-minute weather delay, thoughts of that happening again are hard to avoid. But there is no rain in the forecast Saturday with kickoff set for 2:30 p.m.
Just memories of the wackiest night in OSU history.
“That was quite an experience,” Gundy said Monday. “I’m guessing it’s probably the longest one ever, right? I don’t think there’s ever been one as long.”
OSU beat Tulsa 59-33 in a game that was scheduled to begin at 9:10 p.m., but did not kick off until 12:16 a.m. It ended at 3:35 a.m.
It was a night full of heartache, fatigue and perseverance.
OSU co-defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer’s wife, Angela, died early in the delay. Players on both sides waited out the storm in cramped spaces. Fans piled into TU’s Reynolds Center. The Oklahoman
Mike Holder gives update on O’Brate Stadium
The $60 million baseball stadium is making great progress, OSU athletic director Mike Holder said on an appearance on Jim Traber’s radio show recently.
“We started actually putting the grass down this week, on Tuesday,” Holder told Traber. “I’m looking at my computer right now. We have a camera set up over there. It looks to me like they’ve got all the grass down as of today. “If we get some good, warm weather the next two or three weeks, I’ve got my fingers crossed that that Bermuda grass will root down and we’ll have something we can overseed into in the spring, and might actually get to play baseball over there earlier rather than later.” The Tulsa World
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