The Oklahoma State Cowboys football program is on the rise in recent years under head coach Mike Gundy and always seem to be just a few missing pieces away from being a legitimate national championship threat. They’re quickly becoming one of the more watched teams in the country every year, which means that it might be time for some renovations, which they’re currently in the midst of inside Boone Pickens Stadium.
This week the renovations will begin inside their home stadium, and on Friday, the school unveiled what the new turf layout will look like when the job is officially completed.
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It’s a subtle change from what they had there before, but it was time that the stadium had a face lift nonetheless.
In the release, the school described some of the changes in detail.
The turf will feature a simplified OSU logo at midfield, as well as the updated Big 12 logo on each 25-yardline. The end zones will be also be simplified, with “Oklahoma State” written in black block letters on an orange background. The sidelines will be wrapped in a black border with “Boone Pickens Stadium” displayed on the north sideline.
Now of course, we all know who’s footing the bill for this.
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