SIGNED COPIES of Robert Allen's books!
- A heartfelt foreword from Head Football Coach Mike Gundy
- Profiles of fan-favorites Bob Kurland, Eddie Sutton, Rickie Fowler and many more
- History of their various stadiums and arenas including Boone Pickens Stadium and Gallagher-Iba Arena
- Stories about go-to stops including Chris’ University Spirit, Hideaway Pizza, Eskimo Joe’s and more!
100 Things Oklahoma State Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die provides a thorough, easy to follow guide to becoming the best fan possible. Loaded with trivia, facts and anecdotes about the biggest players and personalities in the school’s history, this great new title covers the entire Oklahoma State experience. No fan’s library is complete without it.
About More Than a Championship: The 2011 Oklahoma State Cowboys: On the day that two of Oklahoma State University's most promising athletes announced they would be delaying their entrance into the NFL and return to OSU for one final season, the seed was planted for More Than A Championship: The 2011 Oklahoma State Cowboys. In preparing for the season the coaches knew this could be OSU's year, they knew 2011 was going to be different. The support of the fans, commitment of the coaches, and dedication of the players provided the elements for what everyone hoped would be the year of the Cowboys. The record books will forever show a 12-1 season, a Big 12 Championship, and the team's first BCS Bowl appearance and Fiesta Bowl win. It will be recorded that the team was led by a National Coach of the Year, named by the Football Writers Association of America, and recipient of the Paul (Bear) Bryant College Coach of the Year Award. However, it is impossible to record the wins and losses off the field. The connection that fostered a rare friendship between a player and a young fan, coupled with the grief of losing a loved one during the season, may have provided the team with its greatest reward learning firsthand that there is much more to life than a championship. From the press conference that launched the season to the Fiesta Bowl win, More Than A Championship celebrates the many successes and triumphs, as well as the failures and loss of life, the Cowboys program faced during its greatest season ever.
Robert Allen is the sideline voice of the Cowboy Radio Network, hosts "Robert Allen & Friends" on Triple Play Sports Radio and covers Oklahoma State sports for Go Pokes. A graduate of OSU, Allen co-authored More Than a Championship: The 2011 Oklahoma State Cowboys with coach Mike Gundy. He and his wife, Lynne, have two kids (Zach & Katy) and live in Edmond, Oklahoma.