Bowl Requests
For a school-record sixth consecutive season, the Oklahoma State Cowboy Football team is bowl eligible! With the Cowboys on the verge of another historic year under the leadership of head coach Mike Gundy, interest in the Cowboys is at an all-time high. The 2011 Big 12 Conference Champions will be heading to Glendale to take on the Stanford Cardinal in the 2012 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl!

Limited Tickets Available - Fiesta Bowl
There are a limited number of tickets remaining in OSU's allotment for the 2012 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.

These tickets can be purchased at: All fans that requested tickets through OSU will receive their entire request.

There will be a special allotment of 1,000 tickets for students to any BCS Bowl we attend.  There will be a limit of 1 ticket per student.  The student sale will occur on Thursday, December 8, 2011.  Details of the student sale will be emailed to student season ticket holders no later than Tuesday, December 6, 2011.

If you have any questions, please contact the Oklahoma State Athletic Ticket Office at 877-ALL-4-OSU or visit

POSSE Priority Point System
The Priority Point System provides a fair, consistent and transparent method of providing benefits to donors in exchange for their financial investments in OSU Athletics. Priority Points determine ranking for season ticket placement and obtaining tickets to post-season tournaments, away games, bowl and other special events, as well as upgrading seat location. Donors gain points three ways: contributions to OSU Athletics, commitment through season ticket purchases and connection with the University.

All current and lifetime contributions (cash or stock) are worth 3 points per $100 donated. Planned (deferred) gifts in the Leave a Legacy endowment campaign receive 1 point per $100.

Donors will earn one point each year for purchasing season tickets (one point per sport annually), as well as one point for each year of POSSE membership.

Donors (or their spouses) who are OSU Alumni receive a one time 10 point bonus, as do OSU faculty and staff members and former letter-winners.

Priority to purchase bowl tickets
Cowboy VIP ($25,000+) - 12 tickets
Trailblazer ($15,000) - 8 tickets
Maverick ($10,000) - 6 tickets
Pistol Pete ($5,000) - 4 tickets
Golden Spur ($2,500) - 4 tickets
Silver Star ($1,000) - 4 tickets
Marshal ($500) - If available
Sheriff ($250) - If available
Deputy ($150) - If available
Travel Packages
Information about travel packages to OSU's bowl destination will be posted when it becomes available.
Bowl History (Mike Gundy Era)

Oklahoma State briefly tried to give away the Independence Bowl to Alabama. Dantrell Savage and Jason Ricks took it back for the Cowboys.

Ricks kicked a 27-yard field goal with 8.9 seconds remaining to give Oklahoma State a 34-31 victory over Alabama. Savage ran for 112 yards and a touchdown and made the key play on the winning drive as he took a screen pass from Bobby Reid for 26 yards on third-and-9 to the Alabama 15 to put Ricks in prime position. He was the game's most valuable offensive player.

Alabama tried to ice Ricks with three timeouts, but the sophomore sent the kick through the uprights and he snatched off his helmet and ran to the sidelines with it extended over his head.

The kick saved the Cowboys (7-6) from a fourth-quarter collapse and gave them their first bowl win since 2002.

Alabama (6-7) was playing in its NCAA-record 54th bowl game and looking for its 31st bowl victory - another NCAA record.

OSU - ranked 16th nationally in total offense - outgained Alabama, 419-276. The Cowboys rushed for 207 yards compared to 108 yards for the Tide. Reid completed 15 of 29 attempts for 212 yards with a touchdown and an interception, and Keith Toston added 58 yards and two TDs on the ground. He became OSU's first freshman to rush for two touchdowns in a bowl game.

Zac Robinson threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more to lead Oklahoma State to a 49-33 win over Indiana in the Insight Bowl at Sun Devil Stadium.

With the win, OSU finishes the season 7-6 for the second-consecutive year. The Cowboys are now 12-6 all-time in bowl games. The win also marked the second-straight season OSU has earned a bowl victory, something the program has accomplished just twice before (1987-88 and 1945-46).

Robinson was named the game's offensive MVP after completing 24-of-34 passes for 302 yards and three scores and rushing for 70 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries.

OSU racked up 513 yards of total offense against the Hoosiers. Along with Robinson, Dantrell Savage rushed for 100 yards, and Dez Bryant had 117 yards receiving and two touchdown catches to lead the Cowboy attack.

Now this was a Holiday Bowl.

Oregon quarterback Jeremiah Masoli ran through and over Oklahoma State's defense for three touchdowns and threw for another to lead the No. 15 Ducks to a 42-31 win over the No. 13 Cowboys in a wild, record-setting Holiday Bowl on Tuesday night.

Masoli, who quickly moved up from No. 3 on the depth chart this season due to injuries, scored on option keepers of 1, 41 and 17 yards in the third quarter, then threw a 20-yard scoring pass to Jaison Williams in the fourth quarter. Masoli ran over OSU free safety Quinton Moore on his 41-yard jaunt.

There were big runs, big passes and big hits in a game showcasing two of the nation's most prolific offenses, both of which feature the spread option led by running QBs. Oregon gained 565 yards and OSU had 469.

The Cowboys (9-4) missed a chance for their first 10-win season since 1988 when coach Mike Gundy was their starting quarterback. Ole Miss coach and former Oklahoma State quarterback Houston Nutt was one of their coaches then.

Nutt has led to Rebels to consecutive 9-4 seasons, both capped by Cotton Bowl victories. Ole Miss had lost all eight of its SEC games in 2007 before Nutt replaced the fired Ed Orgeron.

Ole Miss and Oklahoma State, also 9-4 a year ago, came into this season with unprecedented expectations. Both were in the AP preseason Top 10 before early losses. Each entered the Cotton Bowl coming off decisive losses against their instate conference rivals in their regular-season finales.

They finished with a mistake-filled game in which both teams had missed opportunities--each was stopped on fourth-and-goal from the 1, and Ole Miss missed two field goal attempts.

Justin Blackmon could've strolled into the end zone. But the Oklahoma State star instead turned left and trotted along the goal line until he almost reached the sideline, finally forced to make the touchdown official.

Blackmon caught two touchdowns, including his 71-yard strike that he savored long as possible before scoring, and No. 16 Oklahoma State finished its first 11-win season with a 36-10 victory over Arizona in the Alamo Bowl.

Blackmon, the Biletnikoff Award winner as the nation's top receiver, later set an NCAA record with his 12th straight game with at least 100 yards receiving and a touchdown. The sophomore caught nine passes for 117 yards in perhaps his last college game.

Brandon Weeden was 25 of 41 for 240 yards for Oklahoma State (11-2) in the final game plan for Cowboys offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen, who is leaving to become the coach-in-waiting at West Virginia.

Oklahoma State, which led the nation in total offense, won its first bowl game in three tries and scored at least 33 points for the 11th time this season.

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