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Oklahoma State wrestling: Cowboys to wear new singlets for 2021 season

OSU has a modified orange singlet and added a white cursive Cowboys one.

Anthony Montalvo
Oklahoma State athletics

Oklahoma State wrestling will have a new look for the 2021 season.

The Cowboys shared their new singlets on social media Friday, which have a twist to their traditional orange home setup and the cursive Cowboys for their white road look.

OSU’s new orange singlets have ‘OKLAHOMA STATE’ in white font across the chest instead of the small OSU logo in black on the left leg. There’s also only white trim on them after the previous one had black and white.

Redshirt sophomore Joey Sanchez, a transfer from Indiana, also shared photos of the traditional orange with a minor tweak of the OSU logo in white.

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The Cowboys’ white singlets have the cursive ‘Cowboys’ script across the chest in black with orange trim similar to OSU’s men’s basketball look. The singlets also have black trim and a black triangle with an orange outline at the bottom that goes up to the hips.

OSU has previously worn white singlets with Pistol Pete on the front and orange trim on the straps. The Cowboys also have a gray singlet with the Marshall badge on the chest and orange trim on the straps and OSU on the left leg.

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