STILLWATER, Oklahoma - Oklahoma State notched it first ever BCS bowl game victory Monday night with a 41-38 win over No. 4 Stanford and as the team returned home Tuesday, hundreds of Cowboy fans were waiting at the airport to welcome the team home.

The majority of the team arrived back in Stillwater about 2:30 p.m. and hundreds of orange-wearing Cowboy fans were lining the fences to greet the coaches and players.

"It feels good. It always feels good when you win, sometimes it can be kinda miserable to come home a loser. It feels good, it was a big time win for this program and I expect big things down the road," said Weeden

A handful of players went straight home to their home towns since Oklahoma State is still on winter break until next week.

Brandon Weeden and the player signed autographs for fans and were really proud of the turnout.

Weeden as well as Justin Blackmon will now begin reparation to enter the NFL draft.

"I am going to start working on trying to play on Sundays---as long as they let me play, until they kick me out the door," said Weeden.