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Legendary NFL QB, Warren Moon told KIRO-AM 710 in Seattle that Oklahoma State star receiver, Justin Blackmon "is a beast" and "He's like Dez Bryant with all of his brain cells" in an interview today after Blackmon announced he will forgo his season season and enter the NFL Draft.
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Oklahoma State star wide receiver Justin Blackmon is skipping his senior year and entering the 2012 NFL Draft. Blackmon's decision wasn't much of surprise considering he caught 38 touchdown passes over the last two seasons while totaling 3,304 receiving yards. However, what is surprising is how hall of fame quarterback Warren Moon compared Blackmon to former OSU receiver...
Considering they both played at Oklahoma State, are wide receivers, and dominated the game of college football, comparisons between Dez Bryant and Justin Blackmon are unavoidable. The Cowboys selected Bryant with the 24th overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft and Blackmon is sure to go in the first round this April — likely somewhere close to the top-10. While most of the comparisons...
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Plus, now Oklahoma State will really be complaining about not being in the championship game. Not that I disagree with them. I just don’t think I can take that squabbling AND this Republican Iowa Caucus stuff at the same time.
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No. 13 Texas Tech (12-0) takes on Oklahoma State (8-1) as the Lady Raiders look to stay unbeaten to start Big 12 Conference play.
It has been more than a month now that a tragedy rocked the Oklahoma State family, but they want to focus on the game and nothing else.
Kierra Mallard had 19 points and 11 rebounds to help No. 13 Texas Tech remain undefeated with a 58-53 win over Oklahoma State on Wednesday night in the Big 12 opener for both teams.