No matter what happens this season, the Oklahoma State Cowboys have already achieved historical levels of success this season. Their 9-0 record, the most recent win being a offensive shootout against Kansas State that ended 52-45, now has them ranked No. 2 on the most recent AP Top 25 poll, and that’s the highest ranking in the school’s history.
Of course, you won’t find anyone content to let that alone be the greatest success they achieve this season. If OSU wins out, they will undoubtedly be playing for the national championship against LSU (or someone else) on January 9. You can bet Brandon Weeden, Justin Blackmon and the rest of the Cowboy are setting their sights there, but it’s already been an incredible season for the team nonetheless.
The Associated Press poll has them one spot above Stanford while the results are flipped in the USA Today/Coaches poll.