Oklahoma St Head Coach Mike Gundy is entering his 10th season with the team in hopes of improving upon the success last season as the Cowboys finished their 2013 campaign at a 10-3 record, including 7-2 within the Big 12 conference. However, Gundy and his squad failed to capitalize on the success they had in 2013 and lost to Missouri in the Cotton Bowl Classic. Oklahoma St looks to rebound from last year’s shortcomings, but this time win the Big 12 conference. Oklahoma St football tickets this season at Boone Pickens Stadium will be some of the most expensive in college football as their home schedule kicks off on September 6 when the will host the Missouri State Bears.
Oklahoma St football tickets will have the cheapest asking average price when they host Missouri State at a current average of $75.56 in the secondary market, a 41% decrease for Oklahoma St football tickets compared to their home average which has a current average asking price of $128.85.
The most expensive Oklahoma football tickets on the Oklahoma football schedule is their home finale of the season when the Cowboys host the Texas Longhorns on November 15. Oklahoma St football tickets vs the Longhorns have a current average price of $233.31 in the secondary market and is the only game on the Oklahoma St football schedule with asking average price of over $200.
However, there are three other games on the Oklahoma St football schedule where Oklahoma St Football tickets will have an average price of over $100. Their September 25 matchup with Texas Tech have a current average price of $133.14 and their second most expensive game on the Oklahoma St Football schedule is on October 25 when the Cowboys host the West Virginia Mountaineers as Oklahoma St Football tickets for this game have a current average price of $150.08 as the Cowboys look to avenge last year’s loss to West Virginia.
Coming into this season, OSU will come in with a lot of new faces as only 9 starters will return this season which is tied second fewest in the FBS. On offense J.W. Walsh looks like to be the starting quarterback for OSU but the program also has junior Daxx Gorman and freshman Mason Rudolph in their depth chart as Walsh will have fewer targets to throw to this year as OSU’s receiving core lost three of its top targets.
On Defense, the Cowboys have Glen Spencer coming back but will have his hands full as OSU’s front line is strong but lack the experience for the back seven and their secondary while not the worst is still not as solid and dangerous as the program would like it to be.
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11-3-14: Oklahoma State was crushed 48-14 by Kansas State in Tyreek Hill had 102 yards rushing and a touchdown. Daxx Garman threw for 148 yards and was picked off twice. Injuries have decimated the Cowboys this year. They haven’t been the same team since their opening night loss to Florida State. Oklahoma State has a bye this week.
10-27-14: Quarterback Daxx Garman passed for just 242 yards in Oklahoma State’s second straight poor offensive performance, as the Cowboys fell to West Virginia 34-10. The OK-State defense allowed 448 total yards. Garman was also picked off twice. Mike Gundy’s squad will need to rebound quickly as they travel to Manhattan to play an upstart Kansas State team.