Richard Rowe-USA TODAY Sports
Oklahoma State has decided to replace their football field at Boone Pickens Stadium with astroturf as of May 12th. AstroTurf announced Tuesday that the Cowboys' field will be converted from Football Pro (made by Millennium) to AstroTurf 3D Decade (good for 10 years).

Jimmie Tramel
Breaking fake grass news: OSU announces new AstroTurf will be installed at Boone Pickens Stadium.
1:07 PM - 19 Mar 2014
AD Mike Holder had this to say on the matter...

“Our players, coaches and staff have been extremely satisfied with our AstroTurf fields at the Sherman Smith Center. When it came time to replace the turf at Boone Pickens Stadium, we decided to stick with AstroTurf.“
Filed Under: NCAA Football


AstroTurf is the brand. Just like Coke is a brand. They're playing on the same synthetic surface that Edward jones Dome has in St Louis.
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I wonder if this hurts recruiting? WTF wants to play on AT in OKC in November?! I honestly thought the whole AT market had collapsed with the invention of field turf or whatever it's called...I can't believe there are still companies that still make/install that shit
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Reply31 months
Time to dust off the old Barry Sanders elbow pads again
Reply31 months
Hey 'pokes! The 1970's called. They want their field back?
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