Posted October 01, 2013 on oklahomastate.scout.com
As the son of a Texas high school coach and someone who has been around the game his entire life, Oklahoma State quarterback J.W. Walsh knows the quarterback receives too much credit when things are going well and is the target of criticism when it goes wrong. Walsh said he didn't play well in Saturday's loss and admits his audible to a fade route from inside the 1-yard line was a poor decision.
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