Former Oklahoma State defensive end Antonio Smith will be headed with his teammates to Santa Clara for Super Bowl 50 following the Denver Broncos' 20-18 victory over the New England Patriots.
Smith, a former Pro Bowler, has logged seven tackles and 2.5 sacks for the Broncos this season.
The Super Bowl will be played in Levi's Stadium on Sunday, Feb. 7 at 5:30 p.m. on CBS.
Former Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Todd Monken is headed to Tampa Bay, per NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Monken, who was with OSU for two seasons, led one of the most explosive college football offenses to a Fiesta Bowl victory in 2011.
Monken recently led the Southern Miss Golden Eagles to a C-USA Conference Championship and a 9-5 overall record in 2015.
Former Oklahoma State basketball player John Starks was inducted into the Tulsa Public Schools Hall of Fame on Wednesday.
Starks played at OSU in the 1987-1988 season. He was an NBA All-Star in 1994 and the NBA Sixth Man of the Year in 1997, both with the New York Knicks. In what was an illustrious 14 year career, Starks played with the Warriors, the Silver Bullets (CBA), the Memphis Rockers (WBL), the Knicks, the Bulls and the Jazz.
Read Tulsa World's coverage of the full event here.
Former Broken Arrow and Colorado State quarterback Coleman Key is headed to Oklahoma State, as he announced today on his Twitter page.
Key, a former three star prospect, is headed into his redshirt sophomore year. He threw for 251 yards and three touchdowns as a backup for the Rams in 2015.
Key will also be playing baseball for the Cowboys. Key starred at Broken Arrow as one of the state's most talented pitchers.
For his full stats at Colorado State, click here.
2017 quarterback prospect Jacob Free will make the trip to Stillwater, Oklahoma for an unofficial visit on Saturday, according to Arkansas recruiting writer Richard Davenport.
Free, a three star prospect from Brantley, Alabama, holds offers from Troy and UAB.
For his 247Sports profile, click here.
In this edition of Big 12 Breakdown, host Mark Rogers and CRFF's own Gerald Tracy discuss Big 12 and Oklahoma State recruiting.
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As signing day draws closer, the Cowboys have yet to nail down a quarterback for their 2016 class. They are now reportedly making a push for OU commit Austin Kendall. The four-star pro-style prospect from Cuthbertson HS (Waxhaw, NC) is committed to the Sooners but may have a reason to rethink his landing spot after OU landed Texas A&M transfer, Kyle Murray.
Former OSU point guard and CBS Sports' Doug Gottlieb has written a letter to the Naismith Basketball HOF voters outlining his case for Eddie Sutton. Sutton should have been in a long time ago and if you don't already know why, Doug lays it out pretty well here.
Following their recent victory over No. 3 Kansas, Oklahoma State now has best winning percentage over top-3 teams in college basketball history.
The Cowboys, who defeated the Jayhawks 86-67, sit at .667, right in front of the Indiana Hoosiers.
Watch the Cowboys take on Kansas State on Jan. 23 at 6:00 p.m.
Following an 86-67 blowout victory over No. 3 Kansas, Oklahoma State head coach Travis Ford gave an emotional postgame speech in the Cowboy locker room.
With the victory, the Cowboys move to 10-8 on the season and 2-4 in Big 12 conference play. The Cowboys now prepare for their next game against the Kansas State Wildcats at 6:00 p.m. on Jan. 23.