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Oklahoma State booster, superfan T. Boone Pickens dies at 91

Seattle Times Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
T. Boone Pickens was known as one of the world’s richest men. He also was known as the ultimate Oklahoma State superfan, a man whose choice to generously spend his wealth on his alma mater fueled the football program’s return to national prominence. Pickens died Wednesday in Dallas at age 91, his spokesman, Jay Rosser, […]
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Thomas Boone Pickens Jr. was known all over for the world for the success he had in the energy industry, but maybe the place Pickens will be missed most is both on the field and off at Oklahoma State University.

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