Oklahoma State Cowboys Season Prediction, What Will Happen
There’s no reason to not get back to the Big 12 Championship.
Of course all the national focus will be on Texas, and the changes at Oklahoma, and the upcoming expansion and losses and all the other things going on in an interesting conference. But there’s a solid chance Oklahoma State is about to pretty much do 2021 all over again.
There might be a slew of key parts gone on defense, but the line is still going to be a terror and the back seven will be great if there aren’t any big injuries early on.
There might not be a ton of star power on offense – no one will make Spencer Sanders the preseason All-Big 12 quarterback, but he’s still going to be one of the league’s best all-around playmakers.
Combine all of that with a manageable schedule, and this should be interesting.
Set The Oklahoma State Cowboys Regular Season Win Total At … 9.5
There’s always a bit of a flake factor that might rise up with this bunch – SE Missouri State and Tulsa each made it tough to start last year – but the Cowboys will be favored to start 3-0 before going to Baylor.
Of course going to Oklahoma in Norman is a road game, but that’s just down the street. The Iowa State, Texas, and – it’s going to matter this year – Texas Tech games are in Stillwater.
The O will do what it does, the D should do what it does, and the kicking game should be among the best in the Big 12, if not the country.
Nope, there’s no reason this team can’t get back to the Big 12 Championship.
And there’s no reason it can’t win it this time.