Thanks for stopping by – here’s your daily dose of Oklahoma State sports news.
• Dustin Plott won at 174 securing his second Big 12 title, Kaden Gfeller lost 5-3 in the title match, and Daton Fix won his fourth title, becoming the tenth Poke to win four – overall, the Cowboys finish in second place in the conference (Twitter)
• Pokes draw Bedlam, part three, in Kansas City on Wednesday night to try and improve their tournament resume (PFB)
• Reading between the lines, you can understand what Mike Boynton is saying about the new practice facility for his basketball team – and it applies to the new facility for Cowboy Football as well.
“A lot of it is the bells and whistles that you can sell to recruits in terms on nutrition and body management and access just keeps you where you can sell to a kid who’s got great big aspirations that you can have the best of the best at a place where maybe people don’t think would have those types of resources,” Boynton said.
“I just think the perception of us competing and continuing to stay in the game of building and developing what we have. And I think we have really nice stuff.”
• The Cowboys completed a sweep of Austin Peay yesterday (O’Colly)
• Cowgirls are streaking after beating South Dakota State 6-0 yesterday – haven’t lost since before Valentine’s Day:
• SGA is a too-good-to-be-true NBA superstar
• Texas Tech’s head basketball coach has been suspended for communicating inappropriate things – do we need to pretend like this doesn’t result in Chris Beard returning?