WATCH: How OSU football turned its fortunes a year after mass portal defections

WATCH: How OSU football turned its fortunes a year after mass portal defections

The Jenni & Berry Show: What changed a year after Oklahoma State saw a postseason stampede of Cowboys leaving Stillwater.

Jenni Carlson

By Jenni Carlson

| Jan 3, 2024, 10:00am CST

Jenni Carlson

By Jenni Carlson

Jan 3, 2024, 10:00am CST

A year after transfer-portal defections left Oklahoma State decimated and defeated, the Cowboys find themselves in an entirely different situation. The 2023 roster that rallied for a 10-win season and a Big 12 title game appearance looks like it will return almost fully intact for the 2024 season. What could that mean for the Cowboys in the once-again-expanded Big 12? Berry and I discuss that and more on this week’s Jenni & Berry Show. 

2:00: What to make of this wild cycle of stability, upheaval and stability again with OSU football?

3:45: Was Ollie Gordon the lynchpin to get other Cowboys to stay put?

5:00: What’s possible for the 2024 Cowboys?

6:30: How much do the Cowboys want Alan Bowman back for another season?

10:45: Would OSU lose both Garret Rangel and Zane Flores if Bowman returns?

14:00: What positions should the Cowboys try to bolster with transfers?

18:00: Is Mike Gundy’s transfer-portal philosophy working?

21:45: What could derail the hope of the 2024 season?

Producer: Jacquelyn Musgrove

Creative director: Michael Lane

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Jenni Carlson is a columnist with the Sellout Crowd network. Follow her on Twitter at @JenniCarlson_OK. Email [email protected].

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