How OSU is uniquely equipped for another Big 12 title chase

How OSU is uniquely equipped for another Big 12 title chase

Expectations for the Cowboys are as high as they’ve been in years, but could this spring be as important for the 2025 and 2026 seasons as the 2024 season?

Jenni Carlson

By Jenni Carlson

| Mar 22, 2024, 11:52am CDT

Jenni Carlson

By Jenni Carlson

Mar 22, 2024, 11:52am CDT

 

Oklahoma State returns 18 starters from a team that played for a Big 12 title last season, including offensive leaders Ollie Gordon and Alan Bowman and defensive leaders Collin Oliver and Kendal Daniels. That means hopes are high among Cowboy fans. But what does all that mean for spring practice? Berry and I discuss that as well as what OSU’s lack of a spring game (ongoing stadium renovations) means for the program. All that and more on The Jenni & Berry Show.

Episode highlights:

1:15: Do you sense a buzz among OSU fans?

4:00: Is no spring game this year an opportunity lost?

7:45: If there was a spring game, is there a player or a position group you’d be most excited to see?

11:20: If you’re Mike Gundy, how do you structure spring practices will all these returners?

13:30: Will the Cowboys know what to do having so many available offensive linemen this spring?

16:00: Who can benefit most at OSU from spring practice?

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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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