T. Boone Pickens pens note to Mike Gundy; Oklahoma State soccer to host NCAA Tournament game

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Welcome to the Tuesday edition of our Oklahoma State DieHards morning roundupwhere we take you through the biggest headlines around Oklahoma State athletics.

T. Boone Pickens pens letter to Mike Gundy, is ‘proud’ of coach

Oklahoma State megadonor T. Boone Pickens showed support for coach Mike Gundy on Monday, tweeting a note saying he is “proud” of Gundy and his team despite the 62-52 Bedlam loss on Saturday. Gundy and Pickens have been contentious in the past, but the note shows their relationship has smoothed.

The Cowboys’ path to the College Football Playoff this season is muddled, but Pickens tweeted he is confident the “best is yet to come” for the program.

James Washington in walking boot ahead of Iowa State game

After exiting Bedlam with an ankle injury, star receiver James Washington is in a walking boot, Gundy said. The Cowboys are hopeful to have him practicing by the end of the week.

Washington is the top target of quarterback Mason Rudolph, who Iowa State coach Matt Campbell called a “robo quarterback” Monday.

Other headlines from the program:

Cowgirls set to host NCAA Tournament game

Monday, the Oklahoma State women’s soccer team learned it will host a first-round game in the NCAA Tournament. The Cowgirls will face Missouri State (10-9-1) on Saturday at the Cowgirl Soccer Complex.

The Cowgirls, the Big 12 regular-season championships, are 16-3-2 this season, which includes a 9-0-0 record at home. This is Oklahoma State’s 11th NCAA Tournament appearance.

What they’re saying on Twitter

Donor T. Boone Pickens

Receiver Tylan Wallace

Cowboy backs coach Jason McEndoo

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