Barry J. Sanders transferring to Oklahoma State

Barry J. Sanders, the son of Hall of Famer Barry Sanders, is transferring to his father’s alma mater. The younger Sanders, who has spent the last three seasons at Stanford, will transfer to Oklahoma State, the same school his dad attended, and be cleared to play one season immediately as a graduate transfer. So, how much of an influence did dad have on the decision? “His message...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Barry Sanders Jr will transfer to Oklahoma State

It’s been rumored for a while but now it has been confirmed. Barry Sanders Jr will transfer to Oklahoma State via the graduate transfer rule. With huge footsteps to fill, Sanders has yet to really have an impact at the college level. 2015 was his best season as he ran for 315 yards and 4 TD in the shadows of Cardinal star Christian McCaffrey. Stanford running back Barry J. Sanders...
Via The Student Section
February 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Barry Sanders Jr. on Oklahoma State: That’s definitely an option

Thanks to the emergence of Heisman Trophy finalist Christian McCaffrey, running back Barry Sanders Jr. watched his role with the Stanford Cardinal decrease throughout the season. Now, with graduation coming up this summer, Sanders is set to transfer. Sanders, who recorded 315 rushing yards and four touchdowns during the 2015 college football season, will be eligible to play immediately...
Via Campus Sports Net
January 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Could Barry J. Sanders be a fit for Oklahoma State?

Barry J. Sanders, son of the great Barry Sanders of the Detroit Lions, has decided to transfer from Stanford and will be eligible to play in 2016. Sanders knew he was never going to surpass Christian McCaffrey in the Cardinal backfield, and he wants to be the top tog in a situation of his own.Could that situation be at Oklahoma State?The Cowboys have a dynamic passing game, but the...
Via FOX Sports
January 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Is Barry Sanders Jr. eyeing a transfer to Oklahoma State?

Barry Sanders is easily the greatest running back in Oklahoma State Cowboys’ history. A lot of fans were pretty upset when his son, Barry Sanders Jr., didn’t end up in Stillwater. However it looks like the Barry Sanders legacy could be continuing very soon. According to The Oklahoman, Sanders could be looking to transfer to Oklahoma State in the near future. Sanders just recently...
Via Campus Sports Net
December 13, 2015  |  Discuss

A look at each of the three 2015 Heisman Trophy finalists

The 2015 Heisman Trophy finalists were announced Monday night. The Heisman is awarded to the top overall college football player every season. The list was short and sweet with just three finalists. The 2015 #Heisman Finalists: @KingHenry_2 (@AlabamaFTBL), @cmccaffrey5 (@StanfordFball) & @shaunwatson4 (@ClemsonFB) — The Heisman Trophy (@HeismanTrophy...
December 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Ex-USC star compliments Christian McCaffrey after game

Christian McCaffrey had himself a day in Santa Clara. The stat-stuffing Stanford star put up numbers that could barely fit into a tweet to lead the Cardinal to a 41-22 win over USC, and a third Pac-12 title in four years. McCaffrey's final stat line: 32 carries for 207 yards & TD, 4 catches for 105 yards & TD, 11-yard TD pass, 120 KOR, 29 PR. All-Purpose: 461. — Stewart...
Via College Spun
December 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Christian McCaffrey breaks Barry Sanders’s single-season all-purpose yards record

Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey has been one of the most electric players in the entire country this season. He has been one of the biggest reasons why the Cardinal have competed for the College Football Playoff all season. The Cardinal are playing in the conference championship game against USC when McCaffrey set a big record. He broke Barry Sanders’s single-season record...
Via Campus Sports Net
December 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Christian McCaffrey isn't focused on Barry Sanders' record

With 2,807 all-purpose yards this season, Stanford sophomore running back Christian McCaffrey is within reach of breaking Barry Sanders' single-season all-purpose yards record of 3,250. McCaffrey and the Cardinal will play at least three more games this season and the sophomore sensation is averaging 255.2 all-purpose yards per game this season. If he keeps this pace up, he will...
Via FOX Sports
November 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Barry Sanders to split reps in Stanford backfield

LOS ANGELES -- Ready for the second coming of Barry Sanders? They said there would never be another running back like the elusive, darting Hall of Famer, but it turns out there is. Here's the rub: Stanford junior Barry Sanders might be a chip off the old block, but the Cardinal is so deep at running back this season, he may have to settle for sharing time with three others in the...
Via Fox Sports West
July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

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