Oklahoma State Cowboys Football Tickets

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OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS FOOTBALL OVERVIEW

The Oklahoma State Cowboys are one of the most underrated college football programs in the country. The Cowboys play in the tough Big 12 Conference and are constantly battling for the top spot in the conference. Lead by head coach Mike Gundy, the Cowboys are always one of the toughest teams in the conference and feature a dominating offense. Although many overlook the Oklahoma State Cowboys, they could possibly take the top spot in the Big 12 and put together a run that will lead them to the College Football Playoff.



The Oklahoma State Cowboys had their early start in 1901 but didn’t have a ton of success and had mediocre seasons under multiple head coaches. In 1915 the Cowboys joined the Southwest conference. With the Southwest conference being so competitive, Oklahoma State struggled and only had one winning season until they left the conference in 1925 to join the Missouri Valley Conference. The Cowboys found a little more success in the Missouri Valley Conference as they won the Conference title 4 times from 1925-1933 under head coaches John Maulbetsch (1925-1928) and Pappy Waldorf (1929-1933). The struggles came back as the Cowboys couldn’t keep up with the competition and had multiple losing seasons while in the Missouri Valley Conference. The Cowboys had a good stretch in 1944 and 1945 when they had great seasons and won the Cotton Bowl in 1944 and Sugar Bowl in 1945 under head coach Jim Lookabaugh. The Cowboys went 8-1 in 1944 and 9-0 in 1945. The Cowboys ended up leaving the Missouri Valley Conference in 1956 and would be Independent until 1960 when they joined the Big Eight (Big 12) Conference. The Cowboys continued their struggles in the new conference only having one winning season from 1960-1973. Things started to slowly turn around for the program in 1974 under head coach Jim Stanley when the team went 7-5 and won the Fiesta Bowl. Progress was slow but in 1976 while still under Stanley, the Cowboys went 9-3 which won the Conference title and took them to the Tangerine Bowl which they won. The Cowboys had limited success as they started to string together more winning seasons heading forward which included 3 bowl game wins under Pat Jones who coached from 1984-1994. The Cowboys struggled to remain competitive as the conference evolved into the current Big 12 Conference. Things started to turn around for the Cowboys under head coach Les Miles.

Current LSU head coach Les Miles was hired in 2001 to be the head coach at Oklahoma State. Miles was a former offensive coordinator with Oklahoma State. He struggled his first year but quickly picked things up in 2002 going 8-5 and winning the Houston Bowl. Miles would coach until 2004 taking the Cowboys to two more bowl games but ultimately leaving the program to coach at LSU. After the departure of Miles, current head Mike Gundy was hired in 2005. Gundy was the offensive coordinator under Les Miles with the Cowboys. Gundy and the Cowboys struggled in his first season going 4-7 but turned things around in his second season and Oklahoma State hasn’t had a losing season since. Under Gundy, Oklahoma State is 94-47 with 10 bowl game appearances, 6 bowl game wins, 10 winning seasons, and 1 Big 12 Title. Gundy won Big 12 Coach of the Year in 2010. The Cowboys continue to improve each season under Gundy and could be one of the toughest teams not only in the Big 12, but in the nation.

The Oklahoma State Cowboys have had many great players come through their program in the past. Oklahoma State has had one Heisman Trophy Winner in Barry Sanders who won the award in 1988. Sanders is considered the best player to ever play for the university. Other great players that have played for Oklahoma State include: Thurman Thomas, Dez Bryant, Russell Okung, Antonio Smith, Perrish Cox, Justin Gilbert, Kevin Williams, Brandon Weeden, and many more. The Cowboys continually attract some of the best athletes to their program each season and should only get better heading into the future.

As the Oklahoma State Cowboys improve each season, they will continue to establish themselves as a power in the Big 12 Conference and could soon be one of the best teams in all of college football. Head coach Mike Gundy continually puts the Cowboys in position to win every game and may be the team to surprise people in the new 2016 season.

OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS FOOTBALL TICKET INFORMATION

The Oklahoma State Cowboys play their home games at Boone Pickens Stadium also known as “The Boone” and is one of the best football atmospheres available in all of college football. The Oklahoma State fans pack the stadium and provide an energetic and spirited atmosphere that makes it difficult on any opposing team. Make sure to find the cheapest Oklahoma State Cowboys Football tickets on Rukkus today!

Oklahoma State Cowboys Football Lineup

  • Kevin Peterson
  • Ra'Shaad Samples
  • Darius Curry
  • Caleb Muncrief
  • Marcell Ateman
  • Chris Hardeman
  • Dylan Harding
  • J.W. Walsh
  • Jerel Morrow
  • Blake Webb
  • Keenen Brown
  • Ashton Lampkin
  • Brandon Sheperd
  • C.J. Curry
  • Gyasi Akem
  • Seth Jacobs
  • Mason Rudolph
  • Tre Roberts
  • Daxx Garman
  • Kirk Tucker
  • David Glidden
  • Jordan Sterns
  • Taylor Cornelius
  • Josh Furman
  • Chris Lacy
  • Deric Robertson
  • Austin Hays
  • Ramon Richards
  • Ben Grogan
  • Justin Phillips
  • Larry Stephens
  • Otis Gates
  • Juwan Offray
  • Rennie Childs
  • Tyreek Hill
  • Taylor Lewis
  • Matthew Newsome
  • Desmond Roland
  • Corey Bennett
  • Corion Webster
  • DeShawn Franklin
  • James Washington
  • Cameron Gravelle
  • Zach Sinor
  • Bryant Reber
  • Raymond Taylor
  • Tre Flowers
  • Kris Catlin
  • Archibald Ocloo-Lee
  • Sione Palelei
  • Andre Dowuona-Hammond
  • Kip Smith
  • Miketavius Jones
  • Nate Miller
  • Derek Deeds
  • Elliott Jeffcoat
  • Emmanuel Ogbah
  • Teddy Johnson
  • Devante Averette
  • Britton Abbott
  • Bryan Shanklin
  • Demarcus Sherod
  • Dillon Rake
  • Jeremy Seaton
  • Chad Whitener
  • Shawn Ackley
  • Derek Branson
  • Brian Ciszewski
  • Blake Jarwin
  • Dawson Bassett
  • Kevin King
  • Ryan Lester
  • Josh Mabin
  • Zac Veatch
  • Ryan Simmons
  • Zac Faires
  • Josh Elias
  • Paul Lewis
  • Daniel Koenig
  • Matt Hockett
  • Zachary Crabtree
  • Kaleb Smith
  • Deonte Cruse
  • Jesse Robinson
  • Ivan Thomas
  • Lemaefe Galea'i
  • Brandon Garrett
  • Deionte Noel
  • Devin Davis
  • Ben Hughes
  • Brad Lundblade
  • Zachary Hargrove
  • Robert Lolofie
  • Grant Canis
  • Michael Wilson
  • Chris Grisbhy
  • Colby Hegwood
  • Jaxon Salinas
  • Matthew Mucha
  • Jack Kurzu
  • Jaren Colston-Green
  • Kameron Doolittle
  • Jhajuan Seales
  • Cole Neph
  • Cole Walterscheid
  • Brendan Fagan
  • Christian Schroeder
  • Jordan Frazier
  • Jarrell Owens
  • Tyler Holcomb
  • Victor Irokansi
  • Luke Timian
  • Sam Wren
  • Trace Clark
  • James Castleman
  • Jimmy Bean
  • Jordan Brailford
  • Vili Leveni
  • Vincent Taylor
  • Eric Davis
  • Ofa Hautau
  • Trey Carter

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Oklahoma State Cowboys Football Ticket Prices

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High: $132.00

Cheap Oklahoma State Cowboys Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 Oklahoma State Cowboys at Baylor Bears Basketball — 01/05/2016
Ferrell Center; Waco, TX
$2.00 Baylor Bears at Oklahoma State Cowboys Basketball — 01/27/2015
Gallagher-Iba Arena; Stillwater, OK
$3.00 Oklahoma State Cowboys at Texas Longhorns Basketball — 02/04/2015
Frank Erwin Center; Austin, TX
$3.00 Oklahoma State Cowboys at TCU Horned Frogs Basketball — 02/08/2016
Daniel Meyer Coliseum; Fort Worth, TX
$3.00 Oklahoma State Cowboys at Baylor Bears Basketball — 02/09/2015
Ferrell Center; Waco, TX
$4.00 Texas Tech Red Raiders at Oklahoma State Cowboys Basketball — 01/21/2015
Gallagher-Iba Arena; Stillwater, OK
$4.00 Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers at Oklahoma State Cowboys Basketball — 11/21/2014
Gallagher-Iba Arena; Stillwater, OK
$4.00 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders at Oklahoma State Cowboys Basketball — 12/16/2014
Gallagher-Iba Arena; Stillwater, OK
$4.00 Oklahoma State Cowboys at South Carolina Gamecocks Basketball — 12/06/2014
Colonial Life Arena; Columbia, SC
$4.00 North Texas Mean Green at Oklahoma State Cowboys Basketball — 12/03/2014
Gallagher-Iba Arena; Stillwater, OK

Best and Most Expensive Oklahoma State Cowboys Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$132.00Oklahoma State Cowboys at Kansas Jayhawks Basketball — 01/14/2017
Allen Fieldhouse; Lawrence, KS
$127.00Oklahoma State Cowboys at Oklahoma Sooners Football — 12/03/2016
Memorial Stadium (Oklahoma); Norman, OK
$93.00Texas Longhorns at Oklahoma State Cowboys Football — 10/01/2016
Boone Pickens Stadium; Stillwater, OK
$91.00Oklahoma Sooners at Oklahoma State Cowboys Football — 11/28/2015
Boone Pickens Stadium; Stillwater, OK
$80.00West Virginia Mountaineers at Oklahoma State Cowboys Football — 10/25/2014
Boone Pickens Stadium; Stillwater, OK
$75.00West Virginia Mountaineers at Oklahoma State Cowboys Football — 10/29/2016
Boone Pickens Stadium; Stillwater, OK
$75.00Oklahoma State Cowboys at West Virginia Mountaineers Basketball — 03/07/2015
WVU Coliseum; Morgantown, WV
$70.00Oklahoma State Cowboys at Kansas Jayhawks Basketball — 02/15/2016
Allen Fieldhouse; Lawrence, KS
$66.00Allstate Sugar Bowl: Oklahoma State Cowboys vs. Ole Miss Rebels — 01/01/2016
Mercedes-Benz Superdome; New Orleans, LA
$63.00Oklahoma State Cowboys at Iowa State Cyclones Basketball — 02/29/2016
Hilton Coliseum; Ames, IA
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