Posted November 15, 2012 on oklahomastate.scout.com
Oklahoma State junior running back Joseph Randle hopes that he doesn’t get emotional Saturday when the Cowboys seniors play their final games at Boone Pickens Stadium. Could it also be Randle’s final game as a Cowboy? Is he considering entering the NFL Draft early after another outstanding season? He shares his thoughts in this video interview.
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