Vintage 1980's OSU Cowboys art by Row One Brand
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Vintage 1980's OSU Cowboy art on canvas by Row One Brand.

Superior quality canvas art printed in the U.S.A. as seen on

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Comes ready to hang with wire hanger and dust cover back.

Printed in the U.S.A.

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Sports art made from 3,000 historic sports tickets and other vintage sports memorabilia.


Read more about OSU Cowboys football from Wikipedia.

The Oklahoma A&M Aggies (also referred to as the Tigers) joined their first conference for the start of the 1915 season, the Southwest Conference. In 1925, the Oklahoma A&M program joined the Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association. In 1928, the MVIAA split into the Big Six Conference and the Missouri Valley Conference. A&M was the only large school that joined the smaller MVC.  In 1956, A&M announced it was joining (or rejoining, depending on one's view) what had become the Big Seven for the 1958–59 academic year. As part of a transition period, the Cowboys went independent for two years. On May 15, 1957, Oklahoma A&M changed its name to Oklahoma State University. They officially became a part of the renamed Big Eight Conference in 1958. In 1996, OSU joined with the other Big Eight schools and four schools from the old Southwest Conference to form the Big 12 Conference.

The current head coach is Mike Gundy (90-44 and 6-3 in bowl appearances). During Gundy's playing career, the Cowboys enjoyed their greatest success, including two of the four 10-win seasons in school history. Also during this era, in 1988, in what has been called the greatest season in college football history,[2] Barry Sanders led the nation by averaging 7.6 yards per carry and over 200 yards per game, including rushing for over 300 yards in four games. He set college football season records with 2,628 yards rushing, 3,249 total yards, 234 points, 39 touchdowns, of which 37 were rushing (also a record), five consecutive 200 yard games, scored at least two touchdowns in eleven consecutive games, and 9 times he scored at least three touchdowns. Sanders won the Heisman Trophy as the season's best player.[3]



The OSU football program has established itself as a major college football contender, participating in 25 bowl games overall, including the last nine consecutive years. There have been 37 All-Americans to play for the Cowboys, with many coming from ranks of running backs. The Cowboys have won 10 conference championships, and the team has had one Heisman Trophy winner and two members go onto the NFL Hall of Fame.


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Vintage 1980's OSU Cowboys art by Row One Brand

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