STILLWATER — Oklahoma State redshirt freshman Kaden Gfeller can barely remember the last time he didn’t watch a Bedlam wrestling dual. After all those years of watching, Gfeller will finally step on the mat opposite an Oklahoma wrestler when the Cowboys host the only Bedlam dual of the season at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, televised by ESPNU. “I think I’ve been to almost every Bedlam dual since I was 6 years old, so it’s going to be fun,” said OSU’s 149-pounder, who is ranked 14th nationally at the weight. “I’m super excited. I like big atmospheres. I love the crowd and getting people fired up, so I’m excited.” For another young Cowboy star, 131-pound redshirt freshman Daton Fix, Bedlam generates some of the same feelings. “It’s something I always dreamed of — wrestling in Gallagher in front of Oklahoma State fans,” he said. “I’ve been a fan of Oklahoma State my whole life.” Fix is ranked No. 5 nationally as the Cowboys put a top-20 wrestler on the mat in nine of the 10 weight classes. Six of them are ranked in the top 10, led by heavyweight Derek White, who is ranked third. OSU’s sixth-ranked Kaid Brock will take on No. 16 Dom Demas of Oklahoma in one of the more intriguing matches of the dual. Previously a home-and-home series each year, Bedlam was reduced to a one-time meeting last season and again this season.