Player News

Date:

Oklahoma State junior QB J.W. Walsh underwent surgery on his right foot Thursday morning and is out indefinitely.

That's the bad news. This is the good: "(The injury) is not as severe as what was originally thought," head coach Mike Gundy said on Monday. The Tulsa World reported Walsh is suffering from a soft-tissue injury, and he did not suffer a fracture in his foot in last week's 40-23 win over Missouri State. The 6-foot-2, 205-pound redshirt junior, the Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year in 2012, will give way to redshirt junior Daxx Garman. Stud true freshman Mason Rudolph is now the primary backup, so Garman is advised to start quickly.
Source: Tulsa World
Sep 11 - 8:09 PM

Oklahoma State HC Mike Gundy said junior QB J.W. Walsh will be kept in a boot until Tuesday, and then his status for the game against UTSA will be decided.

Reports surfaced on Sunday said Walsh suffered a broken foot and was expected to miss six to eight weeks. College programs are not forced to disclose every piece of injury info, so it remains to be seen if Gundy is telling the whole truth here or if the report was bogus. Daxx Garman filled in for an injured J.W. Walsh.
Sep 8 - 11:22 AM

Oklahoma State junior QB J.W. Walsh suffered a broken foot in the school's win over Missouri State, according to 107.7's Sam Mayes.

Mayes is a former Oklahoma State offensive lineman and hosts a mid-morning show. Walsh left the school's game and went directly to the locker room. He later returned on crutches. Redshirt junior Daxx Garman filled in for Walsh and did so at a high level.
Sep 7 - 9:27 PM

Oklahoma State JUCO OW transfer Tyreek Hill had eight carries for 62 yards in Saturday's 40-23 win against Missouri State.

Hill had only one reception for two yards. He added a 37-yard punt return. Don't sweat the off-afternoon -- the Cowboys' new 5-foot-10, 185-pound weapon didn't need to take any more punishment than necessary against a sub-division team. In a game that mattered big -- last week's loss to Florida State -- Hill had six catches for 62 yards and eight carries for 44 yards. That performance got Hill onto Rob Rang's Big Board at No. 31 this week.
Sep 6 - 8:10 PM

Oklahoma State QB J.W. Walsh exited the school's game against Missouri State to get X-rays on his lower body.

Walsh limped off the field after scoring a touchdown and went to the locker room. He later returned to the sideline on crutches. Redshirt junior Daxx Garman will fill in for Walsh. He has never attempted a pass for the Cowboys.
Sep 6 - 4:17 PM

Oklahoma State JUCO OW transfer Tyreek Hill made his debut on Rob Rang's Big Board at No. 31 this week.

"Hill, a JUCO transfer and track star, has played just one D-I game, so it may seem premature to list him here," Rang wrote. "That one game, of course, was the season-opener against Florida State in which Hill dashed through and around the defending champs for 278 all-purpose yards as a running back, receiver and returner. Raw? Sure, but explosiveness like this is rare." The 5-foot-10, 185-pound Cowboys' prospect has been compared to Percy Harvin and Tavon Austin.
Source: CBS Sports
Sep 4 - 4:06 PM

CBS Sports' Dane Brugler notes that Oklahoma State JUCO OW transfer Tyreek Hill has "adios speed" and is "impressed with his movement skills."

"Re-watching Florida State vs. Oklahoma State, RB/WR Tyreek Hill has adios speed. Very impressed with his movement skills, plays at a different speed than everyone," Brugler tweeted. The 5-foot-10, 185 pound Hill produced 278 all-purpose yards in Oklahoma State's season-opening loss to Florida State. The Cowboys prospect flashed on tape, showing amazing quickness and elusiveness, and should be an exciting player to keep an eye in the Big 12 this season.
Sep 2 - 10:36 AM

NFL.com named Oklahoma State JUCO OW transfer Tyreek Hill was named by NFL.com as the Big 12's best preseason breakout candidate.

Cowboys' HC Mike Gundy told reporters last month that Hill will receive 15-20 touches per game, and he's expected to play an offensive role similar to Percy Harvin and Tavon Austin. "The junior college transfer might be the fastest player in the Big 12 and brings plenty of talent to a team that is lacking playmakers," wrote staff writer Bryan Fischer. "Think Tavon Austin at West Virginia from a few years ago in terms of impact."
Source: NFL.com
Aug 27 - 9:18 PM

The NCAA has changed its ruling on Oklahoma State's APR score, and they will now avoid practice restrictions.

The NCAA had previously said Oklahoma State fell just below the APR limit of 930 to "pass" the penalty area. The school apparently found a football player from the 1990's who went back to school and recently graduated, taking them over the threshold. Oklahoma State has not disclosed the athlete's name.
Jul 29 - 1:36 PM

Oklahoma State freshman RB Devon Thomas will not join the team.

The 18-year-old was charged with five felonies in the offseason, including shooting with the intent to kill, robbery with a firearm and first-degree burglary. Cowboys head coach Mike Gundy was asked about Thomas and refused to mention him by name. Instead, he said: "The roster that we handed out today are the players that will report next week. And if there’s a player that’s not on that roster, then he’s not a part of our team." It's very possible that the three-star recruit's football career is over.
Jul 21 - 8:56 PM

Oklahoma State HC Mike Gundy told reporters JUCO OW transfer Tyreek Hill will receive 15-20 touches per game.

It has been said that Hill will play the Percy Harvin/Tavon Austin role for the Cowboys this season, seeing time as a receiver and ball carrier. The Junior College transfer has junior eligibility, and he is already getting billed as the Big 12's newcomer of the year.
Jul 21 - 12:53 PM

Oklahoma State football coaches received a raise for the 2014 season.

Per Pete Roussel, defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer will earn $550,000 in 2014, an increase of $88,000 from a year ago, and head coach Mike Gundy will earn $3.5 million, also an increase of $50,000. Many of the school's other position coaches received more money as well. Oklahoma State has been one of the most consistent programs in recent memory.
Source: 247 Sports
Jun 24 - 12:25 PM

Oklahoma State redshirt sophomore LB Dominic Ramacher announced Friday that he will leave the Cowboys' football program.

The three-star member of OSU’s 2012 recruiting class was a special teams contributor as a redshirt freshman last season. "I have decided to leave OSU and football," Ramacher wrote on his Facebook page. "My dreams and aspirations have changed and as a young man I need to make decisions for my own life, regardless of what others feel about it. My passion for the game is lost and it would be unfair to the coaches, the team, and myself to continue on with something I cannot fully buy into." Ramacher is walking away from an increased role with the team in 2014. The Oklahoman wrote that he "figured to be in the mix for playing time in a desperately thin OSU linebacking corps."
Jun 15 - 2:30 PM

Oklahoma State junior RB Tyreek Hill will have a role similar to that of Percy Harvin or Tavon Austin this season, according to NFL.com.

"Hill will likely get enough touches to put up big numbers just like those two," the site noted, which should perk up fantasy owners' ears. Hill is a Swiss army knife of a weapon, capable of squirting through holes as a scat back or lining up in the slot to wreak havoc in the middle of the field. "He's probably one of, if not the, fastest players in the Big 12 and will be a key weapon for an Oklahoma State team that is replacing many starters this year," NFL.com observed.
Source: NFL.com
Jun 15 - 1:14 PM

CBS Sports' Dane Brugler believes Oklahoma State redshirt sophomore WR Jhajuan Seales is a worthy, but unpolished, NFL prospect.

"Seales has flashed the raw talent to be the next pro-caliber pass-catcher out of Stillwater," Brugler wrote. Seales will have to make huge steps forward in his game to join Justin Blackmon (2012), Dez Bryant (2010), Rashaun Woods (2004) as the next Cowboys' first-round receiver, but he's no slouch. "Seales accelerates well off the line of scrimmage and does a nice job selling his route, but is still unpolished in several areas and needs to improve the 'little things' at receiver to be viewed as a viable draft pick by NFL scouts," Brugler added. Seales collected 39 catches for 571 yards and three scores in 2013.
Source: CBS Sports
Jun 7 - 9:16 PM


Highest Searched Players over the last 7 days


Video Center

  •  
    Beer’s NFL 6 Pack - QB & RB

    Beer’s NFL 6 Pack - QB & RB
  •  
    Thursday

    Thursday's Fantasy Minute
  •  
    Levitan: Drop options

    Levitan: Drop options
  •  
    Levitan: Biggest flukes

    Levitan: Biggest flukes
  •  
    Wednesday

    Wednesday's Fantasy Minute
  •  
    Levitan: Is Knile top waiver?

    Levitan: Is Knile top waiver?
  •  
    Draft Profile: Devin Funchess

    Draft Profile: Devin Funchess
  •  
    Tuesday

    Tuesday's Fantasy Minute