Found October 17, 2012 on Turfburner.com:
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The Lowdown: There isn't a team in the Big 12 that has been tougher to get a read on through the first half of the season than Oklahoma State. The Cowboys have been forced to play two quarterbacks after Wes Lunt with down with a knee injury. The defense has been hot and cold. The running game has been great, until it struggled against Kansas. They should of/could of beat Texas which was good, but maybe the Longhorns aren't all…

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