|Location:||Stillwater, United States of America|
Boone Pickens Stadium is a famous football stadium, opened on October 2, 1920. Previously known as the Lewis Field, the stadium serves as the home to the Oklahoma State University Cowboys football team. The ground was in rudimentary form in 1913, but was established into a complete stadium in 1920. It is the oldest stadium in the Big 12 Conference. But unfortunately was left neglected for several years until the Cowboy’s team won in the 2001 Bedlam series and the 2002 Houston Bowl season. It has a maximum capacity of 60,218. The stadium was designed and constructed by Crafton Tull Spark.