By JEFF LATZKE
AP College Football Writer
STILLWATER, Okla. - After a whole offseason of anticipation, receiver Isaiah Anderson couldn't believe it was already time for him to be finished playing in the season opener for No. 18 Oklahoma State.
With a minute or two left in the first quarter, receivers coach Kasey Dunn walked over to him, shook his hand and told him he was retired for the evening. The Cowboys were well on their way to an 84-0 rout of overmatched Savannah State, and it was already time to show mercy.
Anderson only got to be on the field for about 25 snaps, and he said Monday that "it didn't even seem like that when I sat down."
"I at least wanted to play the first half," Anderson said.
Starting cornerback Brodrick Brown didn't even get that much playing time, getting yanked after just over a dozen snaps. Starting tailback Joseph Randle carried the ball only six times, piling up 107 yards and two touchdowns.
The degree of difficulty, and the workload, is about to ...