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A very interesting Week One is in the books and it is now time to look ahead to the second week of the college football season and the “sneaky” plays it has in store for fantasy owners. Here is a look at some guys who might fill in nicely for owners in need of a potential diamond in the rough.QB CJ Brown, Maryland (vs. Old Dominion): Brown showed no ill effects from last years ACL injury and racked up 386 total yards and fives scores last week against Florida International. He is an outstanding athlete with great rushing ability and could be an outstanding play this week against ODU. The Monarchs were lit up last week by ECU and will likely meet the same fate against Maryland. Brown looks to be a great start when facing weaker defenses. Fantasy owners can expect a big effort from Brown against ODU. A day with over 300 total yards and three total scores appears to be well within reach for this Terrapin in Week Two. QB JW Walsh, Oklahoma State (vs. UTSA): The two QB experiment appears...
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J.W. Walsh is Oklahoma State's new starting quarterback, and there are no plans for Clint Chelf to rotate in, Cowboys coach Mike Gundy said on Monday morning.
"I've never been a big fan of the two-quarterback system, and right now, we would go with J.W," Gundy said.
Chelf started Saturday's 21-3 win over Mississippi State, completing 3-of-6 passes for 11...
J.W. Walsh was picked to start at quarterback for Oklahoma State on Saturday against Texas-San Antonio.
Clint Chelf started the Cowboys' opener against Mississippi State, but as expected Walsh also played in the 21-3 victory.
Coach Mike Gundy named Walsh the No. 1 quarterback on Monday.
''I think he just brought a spark to our team,'' Gundy said. ''...
J.W. Walsh's teammates liked what they saw Saturday in 13th-ranked Oklahoma State's 21-3 victory over Mississippi State, and praised the third-year sophomore for his performance in the Cowboys' season-opening victory.
After one game, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy is making a change at quarterback. Clint Chelf has been benched in favor of J.W. Walsh.In Saturday...
When starting QB Clint Chelf went down at Oklahoma State last season the Cowboys looked down for the count, but if there's anybody in the Big 12 who can develop a young quarterback quickly it's Mike Gundy, and he did just that with freshman J.W. Walsh. Walsh came off the bench to throw for 1,564 yards and 13 TDs before Chelf's return at the Heart of Dallas Bowl, and both...
While No. 13 Oklahoma State will have a new starting quarterback in its road opener, the team is hoping for the same outstanding performance from its improved defense.
J.W. Walsh takes over under center and looks to lead the Big 12 favorites to their 14th victory in 15 nonconference games Saturday when they visit Texas-San Antonio for the first time at the Alamodome.
STILLWATER – Mike Gundy says he’s never been a fan of a two-quarterback system, and Monday he put to rest any ideas that will be the case this season. The Oklahoma State head coach announced that sophomore J.W. Walsh, who became the Cowboys first quarterback since 2007 to rush for more than 100 yards in a game, would be the team’s starter. “J.W. is our quarterback now,” said Gundy.
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Oklahoma State names J.W. Walsh starting quarterback over Clint Chelf for Saturday's game against Texas-San Antonio. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)
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What were the major topics of discussion on Monday when Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy and several Cowboys met with the media? GoPokes.com's Robert Allen answers questions about J.W. Walsh, first-year coordinator Glenn Spencer's defense, and what to expect when OSU meets Texas-San Antonio coached by Larry Coker, who was Gundy's offensive coordinator when he played at OSU.