Below is a list of allegations from Sports Illustrated regarding Oklahoma State, published in 2013. The findings are from independent investigator The Compliance Group (TCG) and the results of an NCAA Notice of Allegations sent to Oklahoma State:
Texas had watched Iowa State rally to tie the game with 28 seconds left and the Longhorns, and everyone else, were getting ready to settle for overtime in what had already been another wild Big 12 shootout.
TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin had no problems with the soft cast on his non-throwing hand, Josh Doctson had a couple of 60-yard sprints to turn shorter routes into long touchdown plays, and the No. 12 Horned Frogs bounced back in a big way.
No college sport has embraced the transfer culture like men’s basketball. With Iowa State leading the way, the league has welcomed several Division I transfers and several figure to make an impact this season.
Big 12 men’s basketball officials coordinator Curtis Shaw said even he couldn’t tell if league officials were getting the block-charge call right in games last season. Simplifying the rules should help make things easier this season.
After every home game at Kansas, players file out of the locker room at Allen Fieldhouse and spend about 15 or 20 minutes signing autographs. Sometimes, there will be hundreds of fans — many of them children — waiting for their favorite player.
This isn’t your older brother’s Texas team. The Longhorns (3-4, 2-2 Big 12) aren’t contending for a conference championship and they aren’t a lock to qualify for a bowl game, either. New coach Charlie Strong is in his first season with the Longhorns, and so far he is better known for his five core values than the on-field product.
Before Jake Waters began the journey home following a victory at Oklahoma last week, he winced in pain as he spoke with family and friends outside Memorial Stadium. Normally, it would have been a euphoric time for the senior Kansas State quarterback. On this occasion, he was too sore to fully enjoy the victory’s aftermath.
Bill Snyder could soon join the College Football Hall of Fame. The Kansas State football coach was among 162 players and 31 coaches listed on the National Football Foundation’s 2015 ballot, released Wednesday.