Oklahoma St. Rumors & News

  • Oklahoma State forward Tyrek Coger died of enlarged heart

    USA Today "The Oklahoma State Medical Examiner's Office says Oklahoma State basketball player Tyrek Coger died from an enlarged heart and that the manner of death was natural. Office spokeswoman Amy Elliott provided the information to the Associated Press in an email Friday. It came a few hours after..." July 23

  • Oklahoma State forward Tyrek Coger collapses, dies during team workouts

    The Score "Incoming Oklahoma State men's basketball player Tyrek Coger collapsed and died during a team workout Thursday at Boone Pickens Stadium. He was 21. According to Tim Ahrens of the Stillwater News Press, a call was received by dispatch at approximately 5:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon, for a man..." July 22

  • Three-Star Point Guard Zack Dawson Commits To Oklahoma State

    Campus Insiders "Three-star point guard Zack Dawson has officially committed to Oklahoma State, he announced via his Twitter account on Wednesday. "First Of All I Would Like To Thank God For Blessing Me And Giving Me This Opportunity & I Would Also Like To Thank All Of The Schools That Have Recruited Me. I..." June 15

  • Former Oklahoma State player and UTSA coach, Brooks Thompson dies at age 45

    Tulsa World "Brooks Thompson, who served as a player and assistant at Oklahoma State before a 10-year career as a Division-I head coach, died on Thursday. He was 45. Thompson was diagnosed with double organ failure in April and had been hospitalized for much of the past two months. He was able to return..." June 10

  • Oklahoma State's Tyree Griffin to transfer

    Tulsa World "Point guard Tyree Griffin will transfer from Oklahoma State, marking the second departure from the program this week. An OSU spokesperson confirmed Saturday that Griffin, who just completed his sophomore year, will leave. The news was first reported by CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein. Griffin, a..." May 15

  • Reports: Oklahoma State Has Hired SFA’s Brad Underwood As New Basketball Coach

    College Spun "Oklahoma State has found its new basketball coach. According to multiple reports, the Cowboys have hired Stephen F. Austin coach Brad Underwood to take over the vacancy left after Travis Ford was fired. The 52-year-old Underwood has been the head coach of SFA since 2013. Prior to that, he had..." March 22

  • Travis Ford out as Oklahoma State coach after eight seasons

    ESPN "Oklahoma State and coach Travis Ford mutually agreed Friday to part ways, ending Ford's eight-year run at the school that ended with a 12-20 season. "I like Travis Ford and his family," athletic director Mike Holder said in a statement Friday. "He worked very hard at his job. Unfortunately, we..." March 19

  • Travis Ford era with Cowboys likely done, source says

    ESPN "Oklahoma State is expected to part ways with coach Travis Ford, a source close to the situation told ESPN. Ford is expected to meet with athletic director Mike Holder on Monday, the source said. Ford, 46, was at Oklahoma State for eight seasons. The Cowboys went 12-20 overall and 3-15 in the..." March 12

  • Kansas State 75, Oklahoma State 71

    The Sports Xchange "Kansas State held off a late rally by Oklahoma State to score a 75-71 victory Wednesday in the opening game of the Big 12 tournament at Kansas City, Mo. The Wildcats, who had two big runs in the first half to open a 40-23 halftime lead, will play top-seeded and No. 1-ranked Kansas in the..." March 09

  • No. 23 Texas ends regular season with road win

    The Sports Xchange "STILLWATER, Okla. -- Texas looked for someone to provide some energy on Friday night. Eventually, reserve guard Kerwin Roach Jr. gave the No. 23 Longhorns what they needed. Roach scored all 15 of his points in the second half, including nine in the final 4 1/2 minutes, lifting Texas..." March 05

  • Niang leads No. 21 Cyclones to emotional win over Cowboys

    The Sports Xchange "Georges Niang warned that he might cry on Iowa State's Senior Night. And he did. Then Niang, the winningest player in Cyclones history, ditched the soft side and got tough on Oklahoma State, adding to his legacy in 21st-ranked Iowa State's 58-50 win at Hilton Coliseum in Ames, Iowa...." February 29

  • No, 14 West Virginia turns Paige on Oklahoma State

    The Sports Xchange "STILLWATER, Okla. -- Jaysean Paige isn't a starter, technically. Still, the West Virginia guard plays starter minutes and provides starter impact. And Paige did all that again Saturday, leading the No. 14 Mountaineers past Oklahoma State 70-56 at Gallagher-Iba Arena. Paige entered..." February 27

  • No. 3 Oklahoma routs rival Oklahoma State

    The Sports Xchange "NORMAN, Okla. -- When he arrived at Oklahoma after spending his freshman season away from home, Ryan Spangler made no secret of the fact he disliked the Sooners' in-state rivals. "I couldn't go orange," Spangler said before his first Bedlam game. Wednesday, in his final regular-season..." February 25

  • OSU's Jawun Evans is out for year, says Travis Ford

    Tulsa World "After a loss that guarantees Oklahoma State will finish no better than eighth in the Big 12, Travis Ford announced that Jawun Evans is out for the season. Ford offered no further details on the specifics of Evans’ shoulder injury. When asked if Evans would need surgery, Ford said: “Possibly...." February 22

  • Texas Tech 71, Oklahoma State 61

    The Sports Xchange "STILLWATER, Okla. -- Texas Tech's push for the NCAA postseason continued Saturday night when the Red Raiders won their fourth straight, beating Oklahoma State 71-61 in a Big 12 game at Gallagher-Iba Arena. Guard Toddrick Gotcher scored 21 of his game-high 24 points in the second half,..." February 21

  • Selden, No. 2 Kansas shoot past Oklahoma State

    The Sports Xchange "LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Kansas junior guard Wayne Selden struggled to rediscover his shooting form of early January, when he established a career-high scoring total in the Big 12/SEC Challenge. After netting 33 points in an overtime win against Kentucky, Selden failed to score in double figures..." February 16

  • Oklahoma State 58, Kansas State 55

    The Sports Xchange "STILLWATER, Okla. -- Oklahoma State seemed headed for another fade to the finish on Saturday, only to find late life and pull out a 58-55 overtime win over Kansas State. The Cowboys (12-13, 3-9), who had lost five straight Big 12 games -- all after leading at the half -- rallied down the..." February 13