The Oklahoma State community is still healing after last weekend's deadly crash at its homecoming parade that killed four people and lefts dozens injured.
The Cowboys are on the road in Lubbock on Saturday and Texas Tech has shown great support for Oklahoma State during this difficult time for the university.
Newsok.com photographer Bryan Terry posted photos on his Twitter page of the helmet stickers that will be worn by Oklahoma State and stickers that Texas Tech passed out to fans at Jones AT&T Stadium.
A sticker on the #okstate helmet and a sticker that was passed out to fans before the game. pic.twitter.com/4Flypeocp1— Bryan Terry (@bterryphoto) October 31, 2015
Texas Tech also changed the stadium's lights from red to orange on Friday night to show support for the Stillwater community. Also, "Red Raider Support" and "Stillwater Strong" images flashed on the jumbrotron during the team's walk through.
Tonight all of #TexasTech & Jones AT&T Stadium will stand #StillwaterStrong with our friends from #OklahomaState. pic.twitter.com/BJOG4MK5nv— Texas Tech Athletics (@TechAthletics) October 31, 2015
Thank you @TechAthletics for the respectful video board tribute during our walkthrough. #StillwaterStrong pic.twitter.com/t37vTRZj4h— Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) October 30, 2015
This display of respect is what college football is really about, and our thoughts continue to go out to Oklahoma State.