Reports of OSU’s demise were greatly exaggerated

Reports of OSU’s demise were greatly exaggerated

Two on OSU: After a lackluster start to the season Oklahoma State has turned things around. The twins break down OSU’s 48-34 win at West Virginia and what it means for OSU moving forward.

Sam Hutchens

By Sam Hutchens

| Oct 24, 2023, 11:00am CDT

Sam Hutchens

By Sam Hutchens

Oct 24, 2023, 11:00am CDT

The Cowboys just keep winning. Upset victories against K-State, Kansas and West Virginia have launched the Cowboys into the top of the Big 12. Everything is on the table for OSU and Sam and I  discuss their takeaways from West Virginia and what Mike Gundy had to say on Monday.

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Sam Hutchens covers Oklahoma State sport for Sellout Crowd. He interned for The Stillwater News Press in 2021 and The Guthrie News Leader in 2022, where he won a first-place OPA award for in-depth reporting. He has also covered sports in southwest Oklahoma for The Lawton Constitution. He strives to tell you the OSU sports stories that you want to tell your friends about. You can email him at [email protected] and connect on Twitter (X) @Sam_Hutchens_

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