To put it mildly, the Cowboys are on a roll ... The No. 17 Cowboy Basketball squad is riding a six-game winning streak and sits atop the Big 12 Conference standings in a three-way tie (with Kansas and Kansas State).
Coach Travis Ford's squad (18-5, 8-3 Big 12) will host Oklahoma (16-7, 7-4) Saturday in what is shaping up to be the biggest Bedlam battle in years.
Tickets for the 12:30 tipoff are officially SOLD OUT, and a capacity crowd is expected at Gallagher-Iba Arena. Fans are encouraged to arrive early (doors open at 11:30 am). POSSE parking lots will open at 11 am. Be sure to check out the gameday parking map, which includes general public/free parking.
A limited number of tickets remain for next Wednesday's 8 pm matchup with No. 14 Kansas. Visit okstate.com or call 877-ALL-4-OSU for details.
Fans can follow the Cowboys via Twitter: @OSUMBB
Fans can keep Gallagher-Iba Arena rockin' for the Cowgirls Saturday afternoon ... OSU will tip-off at 4 pm against Kansas State in a key Big 12 matchup.
Tickets are just $10 for the Cowgirl game, but fans attending the earlier men's game may remain in the arena with general admission seating.
Saturday's contest is the OSU Coaches vs. Cancer SWISH/WBCA "Play 4 Kay" Pink Game to help raise breast cancer awareness. The team will be wearing pink accessories and fans are encouraged to wear the symbolic color as well.
Ranked No. 25 in the latest AP poll, OSU (17-6, 6-6), coach Jim Littell's team is coming off a big road win Wednesday, defeating West Virginia 64-54 in Morgantown.
Freshman Brittany Martin tallied a career-high 21 points, while senior Toni Young added 12 points and 16 rebounds for her 31st career double-double. Junior point guard Tiffany Bias became the third Cowgirl to reach 1,000 points, 500 assists and 200 steals.
Fans can follow the Cowgirls via Twitter: @OSUWBB
OSU's No. 3 ranked Cowgirl Equestrian team will take on Fresno State in Stillwater Saturday.
The action gets underway at 10 am, with Equitation Over Fences (English) and Western Horsemanship, followed by Equitation On-The-Flat and Reining.
The Cowgirls are currently 6-3 on the season after knocking off former No. 3 Texas A&M.
Admission is free for all fans at OSU's Animal Science Arena, located just west of campus on McElroy.
Fans can follow the Cowgirls via Twitter: @OSUEquestrian
When OSU opens the 2013 baseball season, a familiar face will be in the dugout.
Josh Holliday's tenure as Cowboy Baseball head coach begins with a weekend series at New Mexico (first pitch today at 6 pm Central). Fans can follow the Cowboys via Twitter: @OSUBaseball and also catch live stats and more via okstate.com's Gametracker.
The Cowboys return home to take on Alcorn State Tuesday and Wednesday at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium. First pitch is slated for 4 pm both days. Fans can play "Baseball Bingo" as part of a special prize promotion on Wednesday. (Be sure to check out the baseball parking map for suggested lots on gameday.)
Admission is FREE for the home opening series, with affordable family pricing and special promotions all season long. With Holliday back in a Cowboy uniform, OSU has seen a spike in season ticket sales, so join the fun and excitement at Allie P. this spring ... For more info, visit okstate.com, call 877-ALL-4-OSU or visit the box office at the stadium on gameday.
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Make plans now to join us at the 2013 OSU POSSE Auction, featuring Honorary Chairman Doug Gottlieb!
Gottlieb, a former standout point guard for the Pokes, is currently one of the lead college basketball analysts for CBS Sports, along with hosting a radio talk show for the network.
Set for Saturday, April 27, at Gallagher-Iba Arena, the auction is the POSSE's primary fundraising event for the OSU Student-Athlete Scholarship Fund. Donations from the auction benefit all of our Cowboys and Cowgirls who are pursuing excellence both on and off the playing field.
Download the reservation form, or call 877-2B-POSSE.