In a dispute centered on Joe Wickline’s role with the University of Texas football staff, the Austin American-Statesman reported on Wednesday night that former Oklahoma State offensive coordinator has filed a lawsuit against OSU.
It was just a little more than a year ago that Pogi drew attention for his appearance in “The Dirty Game,” Sports Illustrated’s five-part series investigating the Oklahoma State football program. In part 1, “The Money,” reporters George Dohrmann and Thayer Evans wrote Pogi, a former OSU quarterback from 2000-02, said he and another player lived rent-free at the ranch of John Talley, a Fellowship of Christian Athletes representative.
The offensive coordinator doesn’t understand that on third- or fourth-down-and-an-inch, you can’t run straight ahead from the spread formation.
Dana Holgorsen sees value in his team returning to the top 25 rankings for the first time in 23 months. He just doesn’t want players accepting the additional exposure as a milestone.
After conducting a 10-month investigation of the Oklahoma State football program – a process that, presumably, required the spending of tens of thousands of dollars – Sports Illustrated published its “Dirty Game” series in September 2013.
The Washington Wizards have signed guard John Lucas.
As player and coach, Mike Gundy has been part of the two most successful eras of Oklahoma State football.
The plainspoken grandson of a Methodist preacher from Indian Territory, T. Boone Pickens says he wants to make his mark on the world and leave it a better place.
Frank Eaton was an Indian scout, a stagecoach driver, a deputy U.S. marshal, a cattle herder on the Chisholm Trail, a participant in the 1889 run into what became Oklahoma and an acquaintance of most of the infamous early-day outlaws.