STILLWATER — Tomorrow’s an exciting day for Oklahoma State football as they’re holding a mid-day pep rally in the student union. That’s right, we’re three weeks into January, a month removed from a Texas Bowl loss to Texas A&M and the program’s as energized as it’s been in years.
Tylan Wallace, Chuba Hubbard and Rodarius Williams all announced their return for another season and Mike Gundy pulled off a massive coup in keeping one of the best coaches in college football, Kasey Dunn, in Stillwater.
The entire Pokes Report staff will be on hand at the pep rally on Tuesday to bring you every angle.
We’re not giving an update on band activities, although I did have a full ride scholarship for music when I was in college. No, we’re giving an update on the band as it pertains to their game day location this fall.
According to Bill Haisten of the Tulsa World, a decision has been made to move the band a few sections to the north. The band will be positioned smack dab in the middle of the student section, which should help in amplifying the sound and energy in the stadium.
While I enjoyed the aesthetics of the band in the middle of the end zone, I can certainly appreciate some…