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Oklahoma State University's athletic fund and Lincoln National Life Insurance Co. are embroiled in a legal flap over a failed funding plan for charitable insurance. Last month, the athletic fund, Cowboy Athletics Inc., along with oil-and-gas magnate and ...
Investment News · ByDarla Mercado · 2/14/2010
Oklahoma State billionaire booster T. Boone Pickens took time out to write former OSU golfer Rickie Fowler a handwritten letter for some kind words the British Open runner-up said on TV. Fowler called Pickens his “good friend” in a recent CNBC ...
Oklahoma News · 7/23/2014
Boone Pickens, who was not implicated in the story, didn’t try to refute the story in his issued statement, he merely said that the story was old. There’s one word I have for the Sports Illustrated reporting on Oklahoma State University: Disappointing ...
YAHOO Sports · ByGraham Watson · 9/11/2013
T. Boone Pickens uses the power of social media to spread the gospel according to Boone on energy, politics and his alma mater, Oklahoma State University — and not necessarily in that order. LinkedIn is the 87-year-old oil magnate’s go-to social …
Dallas News · ByCheryl Hall · 10/28/2015
85 year old oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens is the most important booster at his alma mater, Oklahoma State University. In the mid-2000s he donated a record $165 million dollars to Oklahoma State athletics, bringing their facilities in competition with the ...
Awful Announcing · 9/20/2013
T. Boone Pickens says he is disappointed in the Sports Illustrated articles on the Oklahoma State University football program. Here is his entire statement: “There’s one word I have for the Sports Illustrated reporting on Oklahoma State University ...
KFOR-TV · 9/10/2013
DALLAS -- Oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens ... The 84-year-old Pickens has since become an advocate for alternative energy sources. He also is active in politics and has donated millions of dollars to his alma mater of Oklahoma State University and various ...
The Huffington Post · 10/2/2012
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) -- Oklahoma State's New Year's Eve matchup against No. 14 Gonzaga is looking like a sellout. That's because billionaire oilman T. Boone Pickens bought up the remaining 4,000 tickets and will offer them for free to Cowboys fans.
kjrh.com · 12/12/2012
T. Boone Pickens loves his Oklahoma State Cowboys. He's donated so much money to the school that the Cowboys' football stadium is named after him. So when Sports Illustrated published the first report in a damning series on OSU's football team …
SBN · 9/10/2013
T. Boone Pickens, who's a massive Oklahoma State booster, isn't buying Sports Illustrated's big report on alleged violations committed by the OSU football program. In a statement, Pickens said he was disappointed by SI's "sensational" reporting ...
Yahoo Finance · 9/11/2013