Clint Chelf remained confident that his senior year at Oklahoma State would not end with him standing on the sidelines, and he was right.
When the No. 13 Cowboys (10-2, 7-2 Big 12) take the field at AT&T Stadium Friday night in the Cotton Bowl, Chelf will be guiding the OSU offense against No. 9 Missouri (11-2, 7-1 SEC).
Pulled from Oklahoma State's season opener in the...
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January 01, 2014
Clint Chelf was being a good soldier. He began the season as Oklahoma State's starting quarterback. By late September, he hadn't seen a meaningful snap since the first quarter of the first game of his senior season.
Yet there he was, quietly lifting weights when coach Mike Gundy approached him. Outside the locker room, talk of the surprising quarterback switch from Chelf...
Stillwater, Oklahoma's Hall of Fame Book Trader is getting ready for this weekend's 2013 installment of Bedlam between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. With a Big 12 title on the line for Oklahoma St., the store proudly wants the Pokes to "Put the Big 12 trophy on our Chelf." The "Chelf" of course being Oklahoma St. starting QB Clint Chelf. Or did you really...
Clint Chelf put Oklahoma State well within reach of a Big 12 Conference championship, dooming Baylor's national title aspirations in the process.
Chelf passed for a career-high 370 yards and accounted for four touchdowns as No. 11 Oklahoma State took down another national-championship hopeful, easily defeating No. 3 Baylor 49-17 on Saturday night.
The loss for the Bears leaves...
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November 24, 2013
(Eds: Updates.) By JOHN TRANCHINA Associated Press Now that he is back in control of No. 11 Oklahoma State's offense, senior quarterback Clint Chelf has the Cowboys on the verge of their second Big 12 Conference championship in three years.
A win against No. 3 Baylor (9-0, 6-0 Big 12), who visit Boone Pickens Stadium on Saturday night, will put Oklahoma State (9-1, 6-1) in prime...
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November 20, 2013
Game announcers are supposed to help keep the fans engaged and interested in the game---especially when the game sucks. At the same time, while they are there to do a job at the same time they are fans--not so much of one team, but of the game. So when big plays happen it is understandable if they get a little excited.
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Oklahoma State QB Clint Chelf's brother, former Cowboys wide receiver Colton, was not impressed with how coach Mike Gundy decided to divvy up playing time.
Oklahoma State will be the team to beat in the Big 12 Conference.
The Cowboys will also have a new offensive coordinator and a new defensive coordinator.
While Oklahoma State hasn't officially named a starting quarterback, expect the job to go to Clint Chelf. He threw for 1,588 yards last season not bad for a guy who started the year as the No. 3 quarterback.
Wes Lunt's career at Oklahoma State is over before it really got started. On one hand, Lunt deciding to transfer from Oklahoma State is absolutely surprising. How many quarterbacks graduate high school early, leave home to attend spring football practice and win the starting quarterback job only months after stepping foot on campus? Not many, especially at a place like Oklahoma...