Storied Traditions: The Corral
September, 23, 2011
By David Ubben | ESPN.com
Oklahoma State's Cowboys are known for riding horses, but OSU's pregame tradition keeps with that theme while switching up the role.
The Cowboys make a grand entrance every game day when the team gathers in the tunnel and the door of the corral is shut. The smoke gets going, fills the tunnel until the ranch hands swing open the corral door, and the fans go nuts. The players sprint onto the field when the corral opens and lets the Cowboys out, and you know it's on.