Advertisers are a big part of what the Oklahoma State football team does.
And while the Aggies are one of the more popular sports on the 247Sports.com rankings, they’re not the only one.
Oklahoma State’s recruiting is as strong as any on the list.
Now the Aggie head coach will get to add his name to that list as well.247Sports, the premier recruiting service for college football and the sport’s premier online recruiting platform, announced Monday it is joining ESPN as an ESPN.com sponsor.247sports is the leader in recruiting for the ESPN brand, which will now also include recruiting coverage, analysis and a weekly Top 25 article.
The network will also host a weekly video series, “Oklahoma State and The Big 12,” which will highlight the school and its recruiting success.
“We’re excited to join the ESPN family and look forward to expanding the coverage and analysis of our programs through our new partnership with ESPN,” Hays coach Scott Frost said.
“We are excited about the future of Oklahoma State Football and look to the future with our program.
We are looking forward to getting in front of the national audience on ESPN’s biggest platform.”ESPN will also continue to broadcast the Oklahoma Bowl on the air on ESPN2 every Saturday night.