The Oklahoma State football team just received their Alamo Bowl championship rings, and something is not quite right.
The Cowboys, victim to one of the most unfortunate officiating gaffes of the 2016 football season, decided to set the record straight. Coach Mike Gundy decided not to accept their official 10-3 record, and instead opted to memorialize on their 2016 Alamo Bowl championship rings a record of 11-2.
As we begin to look ahead to summer, several football teams in the Big 12 are wrapping up (or have already completed) spring practices and scrimmages. Before the coaches get ready to head into the quiet period over the next couple months, they will be fielding questions from the media so that both ourselves and the fans can find out where each team stands.
Kansas State is proving that it wants to continue competing on the highest level of college athletics after it was announced that the Wildcats athletic department will be led by a person who is known for delivering national championships to his school. K-State, in search of a new athletic director, has turned to Gene Taylor, the current Deputy Athletics Director at Iowa who also spent more than a decade leading North Dakota State to championship levels.