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Cowboys Replacing Football Turf

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Oklahoma State’s football program is getting a brand new field for next season.

OSU began the process of replacing the artificial turf at Boone Pickens Stadium on Monday, May 19.

The Cowboys will not only be getting a new field, but a new look to the field.

“Oklahoma State” will be in black letters in each end zone, which will be orange.

There will be an OSU logo at midfield, with an updated Big 12 logo at each 25-yard line.

The sidelines will have a black border, with “Boone Pickens Stadium” lettered on the north sideline.

The new turf has a 10-year warranty, and replaces a turf that was installed in 2005.