“T.I.P.S.” For Colorado Against Oklahoma State

Posted by Stuart Whitehair on November-17-2009 Add Comments

This season was supposed to be the Cowboys’ year. The stars were aligned in Stillwater for Oklahoma State to break the stranglehold of Texas and Oklahoma in the Big 12 South and be a serious contender for the national championship.

Oklahoma State had a great quarterback in Zac Robinson, a great running back in Kendall Hunter, and a great wide receiver in Dez Bryant. The season opened with Oklahoma State ranked No. 9 in the nation—the highest pre-season ranking ever for the Cowboys—and, after a 24-10 opening day victory over Georgia, the sky was the limit.

Then, a week later, reality crept back onto the Oklahoma State campus. The Cowboys were upset by Houston, 45-35, to recede back into the backwater of the nation’s...

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