What's in store for Oklahoma State this season?

SCOTT WRIGHT Modified: July 28, 2009 at 8:38 am •  Published: July 26, 2009

The college football season is still six weeks away. But that doesn't mean it's too early to prognosticate what may be in store for Oklahoma State.

OSU beat writer Scott Wright examines the key dates on the calendar, forecasting (sometimes in jest) what may lie ahead for the Cowboys in 2009.

Aug. 8

With excitement peaking among Oklahoma State fans, a flood of orange hits Stillwater for Fan Appreciation Day.

Sept. 5 vs. Georgia

Despite growing doubt nationally about the Cowboys, they announce their presence with authority, handing Georgia a 21-point defeat to open the season.

Sept. 26 vs. Grambling State

The only thing making this game more entertaining than OSU's easy victories over Houston and Rice the previous two weeks is the halftime performance by the Grambling State band.

Oct. 10 at Texas A&M

The only thing making this game more entertaining than OSU's bye the previous week is the halftime performance by the Texas A&M band.

Oct. 24 at Baylor

A crowd of 32,000 at Floyd Casey Stadium — more than half wearing orange — witness the Waco Miracle, when Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin scrambles for an 80-yard touchdown on the final play to beat the Cowboys and spoil their 5-0 start.

Oct. 31 vs. Texas