Posted August 25, 2013 on
What's better, catching a 250-pound shark this summer or catching a touchdown pass against Mississippi State in the Texas Kickoff Classic at Reliant Stadium in Houston? That was the question that Robert Allen posed to Oklahoma State receiver Charlie Moore during the Cowboys visit with the media last week. Check out the Cowboys senior receiver's answer.
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Oklahoma State fans have seen their share of outstanding offensive linemen come and go in recent seasons, including NFL Pro Bowler Russell Okung, Grant Garner and most recently Lane Taylor. But they have come to believe in Cowboys offensive line coach Joe Wickline's rebuilding efforts each all. Robert Allen tells what OSU fans should expect as the Cowboys prepare for the season...
What does Mason Rudolph do for an encore? The Oklahoma State quarterback commit put on an impressive display -- watched by many Cowboys fans on ESPN3.com -- by completing his first 16 passes (the 17th was a perfect throw that was dropped) in helping lead Northwestern High to a 51-19 victory over Gaffney in the first game of his senior season Friday night.
There was one Oklahoma State coach that got to see the show in Stillwater High School's Pioneer Stadium on Friday night. Broken Arrow running back Devon Thomas put on quite a show playing in a three-way scrimmage against the home team Stillwater and Tulsa Edison just about a mile away from his pledged college home Oklahoma State's Boone Pickens Stadium.
Oklahoma State quarterback commitment Mason Rudolph of Rock Hill (Northwestern), S.C., said he is ready to relax a little the rest of Saturday following his season-opening performance Friday night.
It's almost exactly one week from the opening kickoff in Houston, Texas at Reliant Stadium as the No. 13/14 Oklahoma State Cowboys take on Mississippi State. Faithful and devoted Cowboys fans will remember what Mike Gundy and his team do at the week to go hour. They participate in a Pat Jones tradition, a dress rehearsal.
Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer is more than just acquainted with Mississippi State defensive coordinator Geoff Collins. The two coaches were together one year at Spencer's alma mater, Georgia Tech, back in 2001. Now the two will face off as rivals when the Cowboys and Bulldogs play next Saturday, Aug. 31, in the Texas Kickoff Classic in Houston.
Greg Powers and Erin Hartigan discuss Oklahoma State's recent recruiting flurry in the ScoutTV presentation...