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Some longstanding OSU athletic logos unaffected by brand update

By Scott WrightStaff writerswright@oklahoman.comOklahoma State announced a move on Monday to unify its branding across all its platforms, but the change won’t necessarily impact some of the athletic teams’ longstanding logos.
The move is designed to emphasize the use of the “brand OSU” as the school’s primary mark as a university-wide initiative, with Pistol Pete remaining as an integral part of OSU’s public image.
However, the baseball team’s well-recognized interlocking “OS” will remain on their hats.Read more on NewsOK.com

Some longstanding OSU logos unaffected by brand update

By Scott WrightOklahoma State announced a move on Monday to unify its branding across all its platforms, but the change won’t necessarily impact some of the athletic teams’ longstanding logos.The move is designed to emphasize the use of the “brand OSU” as the school’s primary mark as a university-wide initiative, with Pistol Pete remaining as an integral part of OSU’s public image.However, the baseball team’s well-recognized interlocking “OS” will remain on their hats.Read more on NewsOK.com

McGuinness’ Brynden Walker flips commitment to OU from OSU

By Jacob UnruhMcGuinness star linebacker Brynden Walker is headed to Norman instead of Stillwater.Walker announced Sunday afternoon that he had flipped his commitment from Oklahoma State to Oklahoma, nearly four months after he committed to the Cowboys.He announced it on his Twitter page, posting a picture in a No.Read more on NewsOK.com

OSU football: Tracin Wallace reimagined his dreams after third ACL surgery

By Scott WrightStaff writerswright@oklahoman.comSTILLWATER — Mandi Moore had just parked her car to pick up her youngest son, Tevin, from his elementary school when the phone rang with a call from another of her sons.
Tracin Wallace had a familiar tone in his voice.
“I hurt my knee again,” the Oklahoma State receiver told his mother.Read more on NewsOK.com

OSU basketball: Mike Boynton hires Cannen Cunningham, brother of No. 2-ranked recruit

Oklahoma State has hired the older brother of Cade Cunningham, one the top high school basketball prospects in the country.
Cannen Cunningham, 26, will serve as an assistant on coach Mike Boynton's staff.
Cunningham, who played at SMU from 2011-15, was the associate director of video operations at Tulane last season.
As a player, Cunningham set a program record at SMU with 134 games played.
Cade Cunningham is ranked No.Read more on NewsOK.com