The Oklahoma State Cowboys are off to a quick 2-0 start to this 2013 college football season and seem poised to achieve the preseason aspirations of many who had them pegged as a frontrunner to capture the Big 12 Championship.
However, lately it appears that their biggest obstacle toward reaching that goal may not be any opponent on the field, but rather an emerging distraction off of it.
Recently, it’s been reported that Sports Illustrated has uncovered some serious allegations against the program, possibly dating all the way back to the days when current LSU head coach Les Miles was in charge of the program. The accusations range from such things as players receiving money from boosters to hostesses being used in a rather “seductive” way as it pertains to swaying a potential recruit’s decision.
Well, according to Bruce Feldman of CBS, the wait for this story may soon be coming to an end:
SI to publish “The Dirty Game” a 5-part series on #OklahomaState football program, starting at 9 am ET tomorrow.
— Bruce Feldman (@BFeldmanCBS) September 9, 2013
It appears that tomorrow morning, we’ll begin to find out just what exactly is going on in Stillwater.