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The Oklahoma State Cowboys are the football team of the Oklahoma State University–Stillwater. They play in the NCAA Division I where they are members of the Big 12 Conference. The Cowboys played their first season in 1901 as an independent team. They joined their first conference, the Southwest Conference in 1915. They moved to the Missouri Valley Conference after playing there for a decade. In subsequent years, the team played in many conferences until they joined the Big 12 in 1996. The team has won several team trophies and the players have earned individual honors as well. Get Oklahoma State Cowboys Austin tickets and watch the Cowboys set their sights on a win on the road.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys ended their 2014 campaign on a positive note. After losing five games in a row towards the end of the season, the Cowboys managed to get their act together and had two winning games just before the season concluded. While one victory was over their rivals, the Oklahoma Sooners, the second victory was over the Washington Huskies. The Cowboys defeated the Huskies in the Cactus Bowl and ensured not only a Bowl win but also a winning season with seven wins and six losses. Get Oklahoma State Cowboys Austin tickets and watch the Cowboys as they try to improve their result from the 2014 season.
Positives From the Training Camp
The Cowboys have many positives to look forward to this season. Perhaps the addition of Chris Carson, the junior college transfer will bring in the most impact. He will take his place as the running back and supplement the existing rusher, Rennie Childs, to build a forceful two pronged attack.
Secondly, the return of the injured right tackle Zach Crabtree, will help to put up a stronger offense. The existing players in the offense, Brad Lundblade and Michael Wilson are expected to impress as well, given their last season stats.
With all these positive sentiments developing in the camp before the start of the season, the Cowboys should be looking to climb up the rankings in the Big 12 Conference. If all goes according to plan, perhaps the Cowboys might add to their tally of ten conference titles as well.