Oklahoma State Rumors & News

  • Oklahoma State dismisses Tyreek Hill from program

    CBSSports.com "Oklahoma State has dismissed running back Tyreek Hill from the program following charges of domestic abuse. Hill was arrested and charged late Thursday. "Oklahoma State does not tolerate domestic abuse or violence," read a statement from Oklahoma State. "Based on the evidence and the serious..." December 13

  • Witnesses: OSU Cowboys involved in ‘large altercation’ at house party

    College Football Talk "It’s been relatively quiet on the legal front of late, but there’s a situation in Stillwater that bears keeping an eye on. The O’Colly, the Oklahoma State student newspaper, is reporting that several members of the Cowboys football program “were involved in a large altercation at a house party..." November 19

  • Sources say Daxx Garman has health issue; Mason Rudolph may start at Baylor

    Tulsa World "Sources close to the Oklahoma State football program indicate that junior quarterback Daxx Garman may be physically unable to play against seventh-ranked Baylor on Saturday. Sources say Garman, because of concussion symptoms, has been unable to practice this week. If Garman is not involved in..." November 19

  • Oklahoma State dismisses freshman CB

    College Football Talk "Oklahoma State has dismissed freshman cornerback Juwan Offray from the football program. According to the original report published by OColly.com, Offray was let go by the football program following an arrest for public intoxication Sunday morning. Offray was arrested with wide receiver Jhajuan..." October 26

  • Texas off. coordinator Wickline files lawsuit against Oklahoma State

    CBSSports.com "While plenty of college football fans put coaches on trial for the decisions they make on a weekly basis, Texas offensive coordinator Joe Wickline is going to court to prove he's the coach making the decisions. Wickline has filed a lawsuit against his former employer, Oklahoma State, claiming..." October 23

  • OSU football: NCAA, investigative consultant say Sports Illustrated allegations 'fundamentally unfounded'

    The Oklahoman "Sports Illustrated’s myriad allegations of misconduct within the Oklahoma State football program were “fundamentally unfounded,” according to a joint statement released Tuesday by the NCAA and an outside consultant hired by OSU. The SI series was published in September 2013 and alleged..." October 21

  • Oklahoma State players charged after falling asleep in drive-thru line

    CBSSports.com "Two Oklahoma State football players went to Whataburger early Sunday morning for a bite. But after falling asleep in the drive-thru line, wide receiver Jhajuan Seales and freshman cornerback Juwan Offray were charged with public intoxication. The arrests occurred 10 hours after Oklahoma State's..." October 21

  • Reports: Oklahoma State QB J.W. Walsh has surgery, could miss season

    SI - College Football "Oklahoma State quarterback J.W. Walsh could miss the rest of the season after having surgery to repair a soft tissue injury in his right foot, reports the Tulsa World. Walsh, a junior, was injured during the first quarter of the Cowboys' win over Missouri State last Saturday, and was later seen..." September 12

  • Okla. St. to start QB Walsh vs. No. 1 Noles

    ESPN.com "J.W. Walsh will start at quarterback for Oklahoma State when the Cowboys open the season against No. 1 Florida State on Saturday, coach Mike Gundy told ESPN Radio. "J.W. has taken the majority of the [first-team] reps and will be the guy that goes out there and starts for us," Gundy told "SVP..." August 28

  • Starting QB decision still up in the air at Oklahoma State

    College Football Talk "Oklahoma State held a scrimmage on Saturday, but it shed little light on which quarterback will receive the chance to lead the Cowboys offense in the season opener against defending national champion Florida State. Head coach Mike Gundy seems pleased with the play of his quarterback options..." August 17

  • OL Josh Jones commits to Oklahoma State

    Houston Chronicle "Josh Jones has been a menace to opponents on both the football field and basketball court for quite a while now. The 6-foot-5, 275-pound offensive lineman, who helped the Bush basketball team reach the region finals in March, verbally committed Monday to play his college football at Oklahoma..." August 11

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN.com "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 09

  • Oklahoma State practice time penalty from NCAA rescinded

    Fox Sports Southwest "Oklahoma State's practice time won't be limited this fall. The NCAA amended OSU's APR score to 930 after receiving new information and rescinded an earlier penalty of two hours per week and the loss of a practice day. Oklahoma State discovered the recent graduation of a player from the 1990s..." July 29

  • OSU football player stabbed, abducted, robbed in Stillwater

    The Oklahoman "An Oklahoma State football player was stabbed, robbed and abducted Monday, Stillwater police said. Police did not identify the victim, but multiple sources close to the program confirmed it is wide receiver Cameron Hunter. The victim was treated for stab wounds to the abdomen and right..." June 19

  • Arrested OSU running back suspended in 2012 for distribution of child pornography, records show

    Tulsa World "Devon Deshon Thomas, a freshman Oklahoma State running back and former Broken Arrow High School standout who now faces charges of burglary, robbery and shooting with intent to kill, was suspended for four games in 2012 after being charged in juvenile court with distribution of child pornography,..." June 17

  • Dominic Ramacher leaving OSU program

    The Oklahoman "The linebacker depth chart at Oklahoma State just got even thinner. A post on Dominic Ramacher’s Facebook confirmed earlier rumors that he would leave the program. Turns out, he’s leaving football altogether. “I have decided to leave OSU and football,” Ramacher said in the post Friday...." June 15

  • OSU running back Devon Thomas charged with three felonies

    The Oklahoman "Oklahoma State running back Devon Thomas was charged with three felonies on Thursday according to reports from the Tulsa World . Thomas, an incoming freshman at OSU who was an early enrollee for spring football, was hit with felony complaints of armed robbery, shooting with intent to kill,..." June 06

  • Houston adds pair of Okla. transfer linemen from Sooners, Cowboys

    College Football Talk "Tony Levine‘s Houston football team will get immediate help from at least one, possibly two offensive linemen from Power Five schools in the state of Oklahoma. In a press release, the Cougars announced Tuesday that Travis Cross (pictured) and Kyle Marrs have transferred into the UH football..." June 04

  • OSU freshman running back accused of armed robbery, shooting to kill

    Tulsa World "Oklahoma State freshman running back Devon Thomas was arrested in his hometown of Broken Arrow on Wednesday on felony complaints of armed robbery and shooting with intent to kill, a police official said Thursday night. Thomas, 18, and three others are accused of robbing a man at gunpoint..." May 30

  • APR hit will force Cowboys to lose a day of practice per week

    The Oklahoman "Oklahoma State’s football program will take an APR hit today when the NCAA releases its latest numbers. The fallout: a loss of one practice day per week, according to a source within the athletic program. As first reported by GoPokes.com and confirmed through the university source, OSU’s APR..." May 14

  • Gundy confirms Johnson, Jenkins no longer with Cowboys

    Tulsa World "The Oklahoma State football program lost two probable starters between the Cotton Bowl and the start of spring drills. Coach Mike Gundy began a pre-spring press conference Monday by announcing that Lyndell Johnson is no longer with the team due to personal reasons and by saying two offensive..." March 10

  • Oklahoma State names Bob Connelly as OL coach

    College Football Talk "Well that certainly didn’t take long. Last night, Mike Cavanaugh, reportedly a “strong candidate” for the Oklahoma State offensive line coach job, tweeted that he would be staying at Oregon State. Just a short time later, the Cowboys have filled that void with another veteran coach at the..." February 15

  • Are signing day struggles a sign of weakness for the Big 12?

    San Antonio Express-News "Come in out of the cold and grab some piping hot information from the Big 12-pack this week. Here’s the best of a compendium of news, information and opinion about the conference. 1. As Big 12 officials scanned the recruiting rankings after National Signing Day, they can’t be happy about..." February 08

  • Mike Gundy will not talk about QBs — until after Florida State game

    The Oklahoman "Mason Rudolph was, as expected, the most talked-about Oklahoma State signee at coach Mike Gundy's Thursday press conference. Is the early enrollee capable of competing right away, as the Cowboys head into a third consecutive spring with a quarterback derby? Would the Wes Lunt saga possibly..." February 07

  • Former Oklahoma State CB Justin Gilbert wins skills competition

    The Oklahoman "Former Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert continues to rack up postseason accolades. Even some of the “fun” variety. Gilbert won the Skechers GoRun Hands Competition at the Quicken Loans All-Star Football Challenge Tuesday in Dallas. Gilbert finished with a time of 22.61 seconds,..." January 29

  • UTSA loses its third recruit in a week; Neph to Oklahoma State

    San Antonio Express-News "UTSA’s football signing class has taken the third hit in a week with the defection of receiver John Cole Neph from Owasso, Okla. Owasso head coach Bill Patterson said in a telephone interview that he got a text from the UTSA coaching staff Sunday night saying that Neph had decided to take a..." January 28