Making the callWill OSU break its single-game attendance record of 51,458 today against Houston? Andrea Cohen: Oklahoma State isn't going to break the attendance record Saturday against Houston. However, if the Cowboys can beat the Cougars — and the rest of their non-conference opponents — they'll break the record once the Big 12 starts. Scott Wright: I agree they'll break the attendance record against Texas A&M, but it will be the record they set today at the Houston game. They've already sold more tickets than last year's stadium would even hold. Add in other non-season ticket holders who have waited until today to get their tickets, and the record will fall. Unfortunately, because of their season-ticket sales policy, the Bedlam game could end up being the lowest-attended game of the year — and the most important. Cohen: The new stadium is very big and pretty, but people aren't coming today to take a tour. I think it's still a supply-and-demand issue. Just because the supply (i.e., seats) has gone up doesn't mean the demand is up. Washington State was a good step toward driving up demand, but OSU is going to have to win a couple more games before it's in attendance-record territory. Wright: It might not be a significant jump, but I think the demand for OSU tickets is higher than it has been in any of Mike Gundy's previous three seasons. Fans want to follow a winner, and they know this is his best team yet. The stadium only adds to the excitement. Cohen: Fans do want to follow a winner. If this team convinces them it is a winner — by winning all of its non-conference games — the fans will show up and the attendance record will fall. It's just not going to happen this weekend. Wright: We'll see, but it looks like the Cowboy bandwagon is already filling up. OSU is nearing its record for season-ticket sales — the previous mark is a little less than 39,000 — and the fan base is growing faster than it ever has before. Fast enough to break the attendance mark today.