Oklahoma State junior Charlie Moore has stepped to the forefront in recent weeks after injuries have decimated the Cowboys receiving corps. He had a 72-yard catch and run in OSU's 20-14 victory over Kansas two weeks ago, and then last weekend caught a 74-yard scoring pass from J.W. Walsh. Here are some of Moore's thoughts from Monday's media gathering with the Cowboys.
(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By JEFF LATZKE AP College Football Writer Tracy Moore wants to be the next great Oklahoma State receiver, following the likes of first-round NFL draft picks Justin Blackmon and Dez Bryant.
His coaches want him to understand that there's more to the job than just catching passes and scoring touchdowns.
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September 14, 2012
Most fans want to talk with Oklahoma State's Todd Monken about new freshman quarterback Wes Lunt. There is importance placed on how the 6-4, 220-pound Lunt is progressing but with Justin Blackmon and Josh Cooper gone, it is also critical that the receiver position develops as well. Monken, as only Monken can, explained that has happened with guys like Charlie Moore and Isaiah Anderson.
What does a player do after going out in front of nearly 20,000 orange clad fans and catching nine passes for 243 yards and three touchdowns? Well, on Saturday evening Oklahoma State junior wide receiver Charlie Moore took off for the park with his brother and some other friends for a game of ultimate frisbee, and some more of showing off how well he can receive.
Charlie Moore had quietly been having a solid spring for the Cowboys but there was nothing quiet about his performance in the Oklahoma State Spring Football Finale on Saturday in Stillwater.