Betting on the Oklahoma State Cowboys Football Team
Oklahoma State University at Stillwater is home to the Oklahoma State Cowboys football program. A member of the Big 12 conference, the Cowboys compete at the highest level of college football in the United States, NCAA Division I.
Home games are played at Boone Pickens Stadium, with a seating capacity of 60,218. Below you will find pertinent information regarding the Cowboys’ rich history and the reputable sportsbooks offering Oklahoma college football betting options.
If you’d like a look at the state’s other prominent NCAAF teams, you can check out our pages covering betting on the Oklahoma Sooners football team and our guide to betting on Tulsa Golden Hurricanes football.
Best Oklahoma Football Betting Site For 2023
Football fans looking for Oklahoma State Cowboys football betting lines will find exactly what they need at Bovada Sportsbook. This brand covers all NCAAF games, including the Cowboys. New signups will receive a 50% match bonus up to $1,000 and have access to Bovada’s wide range of betting lines and wagering options, including live betting and mobile sports betting options.
Top College Football Betting Sites WIth Cowboys Odds
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Betting On The Oklahoma State Cowboys
If you’re located inside of Oklahoma and intend to bet on the OSU Cowboys, as of March 2023, there is no domestic sports betting allowed in the Sooner State. The only legal option for betting on college football in OK is by placing a wager with an offshore sportsbook site like the ones listed here on this page.
Each one of the above sports betting sites features lines for wagering on Cowboys games, point spreads, moneyline odds for winners, the over/under, and prop bets for all other occasions. There are also college football futures odds that take action on the Cowboys winning a CFP National Championship, the Big 12 Conference, or lines for any bowl games that they might qualify for.
As long as Oklahomans meet the minimum age requirement, any of the sites above can be used to bet on the Cowboys right now.
Big Moments in Oklahoma State Cowboys Football History
• Barry Sanders led the nation in rushing with 7.6 yards per carry and over 200 yards per game in 1988. That year he compiled what is known as the “greatest season in college football history”, rushing for over 300 yards in 4 separate games, 2,628 yards on the ground, 3,249 total yards, 234 points and 39 touchdowns, 5 straight 200 yard games and at least 2 touchdowns in 11 straight games. 9 times that season he scored at least 3 touchdowns, easily winning the Heisman Trophy.
• Boone Pickens Stadium on Lewis Field in Stillwater, Oklahoma was inaugurated in 1913, was the first stands built in 1920. The stadium is one of the only east-west configured fields in the nation, designed to combat the powerful winds of northern Oklahoma.
• Under head coach Mike Gundy the Cowboys were 4 – 2 in bowl appearances heading into the 2014 season.
• NFL Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant hails from Oklahoma State, and he was chosen number 24 overall in the first round of the 2010 NFL draft. Bryant was a first team All-American in 2008, when he averaged 17.0 yards a catch and scored 21 all-purpose touchdowns for the Cowboys.
• In a game known as the 2001 Bedlam Shocker, the 3 – 7 Oklahoma State Cowboys defeated arch-rival and #4 ranked Oklahoma 16 – 13, behind a couple of 52 yard field goals by kicker Luke Phillips.
• Barry Sanders was not the only Cowboy that would go on to achieve NFL Hall of Fame status. From 1984 to 1987, Thurman Thomas averaged more than 5 yards a carry and totaled 4,595 yards rushing. He gained more than 100 yards 21 times and added 43 rushing touchdowns. As a two-time All-American, Thomas was inducted into the NCAA Hall of Fame in 2008.