Pokes Gone Pro
Highlighting former Oklahoma State athletes in professional sports.
A weekly look at how former OSU players performed in the NFL.
The former OSU standout is in his eighth professional season.
The former OSU standout had a 12-yard reception before suffering the non-contact injury.
The former Cowboy’s block with less than a minute remaining was the most memorable play of Game 7 against the Raptors.
Blake Jarwin and James Washington will play in primetime games.
Boston looks to knock off the reigning champions and advance to the Eastern Conference Finals.
The welterweight will fight for the first time outside the state of Oklahoma.
The former Cowboy wrestler was an accomplished talent scout for the company.
We love and trust Marcus Smart.
Fix ingested ostarine from a water bottle, which contained a supplement mixture and ostarine that his father prepared for himself but left in the family’s refrigerator.
The two Dan Hodge Trophy winners will clash Sept. 19.
The 2004 Olympic silver medalist becomes the latest former Cowboy to head to Chapel Hill.
The former Cowboy struck out two in a scoreless ninth inning before Toronto won the game in extra innings.
The former Cowboy now has an increased role due to Gordon Hayward’s absence.
The former Cowboy dropped an unanimous decision in his trilogy against the greatest heavyweight of all time.
The former Cowboy earned a top-five finish in his first appearance at a major.
Alex Noren and Viktor Hovland dropped more than 20 spots during the third round.
Talor Gooch and Rickie Fowler miss the cut by one stroke.
The veteran infielder was 2-for-9 with one run and one strikeout in three games this season with Detroit.
Can Rickie Fowler break through and win his first major championship?
The former Cowboy will try to help Boston lock up the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference before the playoffs.
The former Cowboy running back rushed for more than 1,100 yards for the second straight year.
The former Cowboy had success utilizing his changeup more.
The 2013 NCAA All-American will lead the regional training center program at Maryland.
The former Cowboy did not generate much offensively in the loss.
Polcovich, who was drafted in the third round last month, is a non-roster invitee.
The two have won a combined five NCAA individual championships.
A group of former Cowboys will compete in a winner-take-all tournament for $1 million.
Leeper had 14 strikeouts in 7 1⁄3 innings this past season.
The second baseman hit .344 with two home runs and drove in 21 runs in only 18 games with the Cowboys.