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Justin Blackmon of the Oklahoma State Cowboys will be the first receiver taken in the NFL Draft; probably a top 6, top 8 pick. These are pics of his girlfriend, Ok St. wide receiver Mariel Dunlap.
Happy Greek Easter everybody! Even though this post has nothing to do with Greece or Easter.
photo credits and h/t to It’s Always Sunny in Detroit
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Oklahoma State’s Justin Blackmon (C) heads to the end zone for his second touchdown in the second quarter of the Fiesta Bowl between Stanford and Oklahoma State at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, January 2,2012. UPI /Art Foxall
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Joseph Randle and Jeremy Smith accounted for more than 1,850 rushing yards and 33 touchdowns in Oklahoma State's record-setting season in 2011, and the Cowboys offense may become even more dependent on Randle and Smith in 2012. Robert Allen breaks down offensive coordinator Todd Monken's group as the Cowboys enter the final week of spring practice still looking for their...
1. Justin Blackmon – Oklahoma State
6’ 7/8”. 207lbs. 4.54 40 yard. Top 15
It is hard to argue with production. And because of that, Blackmon has a slight edge over the fast, up-and-comer, Malcolm Floyd. Blackmon plays larger and faster than his numbers indicate. He absolutely dominated in college aided, perhaps, by the spread offense in which he played, the strong QB production...
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