MASON RUDOLPH RUMORS

Oklahoma State QB throws out historically bad first pitch

Move over, 50 Cent. Step aside, Carl Lewis. There's a new mayor in town, former mayor Cincinnati Mark Mallory. On Tuesday we got a new nominee for "Worst First Pitch" ever, and it came from the most unlikely place: Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph.  That's right, while Rudolph managed to complete over 260 passes last year and throw for nearly 3,800 yards, apparently the...
Via Fox Sports
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Ex-Oklahoma State QB JW Walsh joining TCU staff

J.W. Walsh really loves football, as evidenced by a cool video about a homework assignment he did in the fourth grade. While his playing career at Oklahoma State may be over, he is not leaving the sport…or the Big 12. According to a report by 247Sports’ TCU site Horned Frog Blitz, Walsh is joining Gary Patterson’s staff as a grad assistant. Sources confirm that former Oklahoma...
Via College Spun
January 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Clarity on Mason Rudolph's foot injury explains quick return from surgery

Mason Rudolph injured his foot during a shotgun snap on Nov. 21 against Baylor. He cracked a bone in the foot, but Oklahoma State didn't know it at the time.Rudolph would ultimately need surgery, and he was questionable going into the Sugar Bowl. Nobody on Oklahoma State played particularly well in that game, but it was encouraging to see their QB come back so quickly from a surgery...
Via Fox Sports
January 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Oklahoma State confident that Mason Rudolph will play in bowl game

After the Baylor Bears lost to the Texas Longhorns in an upset on Saturday, the Oklahoma State Cowboys will likely get into a New Year’s Six bowl game due to tiebreakers in the Big 12. The Cowboys will likely find themselves in the Sugar Bowl against Ole Miss now. The Cowboys were pretty concerned about the health of quarterback Mason Rudolph who has been dealing with a right foot...
Via Campus Sports Net
December 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Oklahoma St. QB Rudolph doesn't start; questionable for bowl game

STILLWATER, Okla. — Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph didn't start in the Cowboys' loss to Oklahoma on Saturday night because of a foot injury, and coach Mike Gundy said the sophomore is questionable for the team's bowl game.Rudolph limped at times last week against Baylor, when he threw for 430 yards and three touchdowns. Gundy said he didn't feel Rudolph would be able...
Via Associated Press
November 29, 2015  |  Discuss

In Mason Rudolph, South Carolina's loss is Oklahoma State's big gain

During the fall of 2013 in the state of South Carolina, something inexplicable was going on that to this day still has no rational explanation as far as anybody can tell.In a community of around 68,000 called Rock Hill, but whose residents call "Football City, USA" because somehow the place has produced, per capita, about as many college and pro football players as any major metro...
Via Fox Sports
November 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Oklahoma State QB Mason Rudolph Having A Much Better Game Than TCU's Trevone Boykin (so far)

TCU and Oklahoma State have two of the best offenses in the country this season so when the two teams took the field Saturday afternoon the stage was set for some incredible fireworks, but with one half of football in the books the fireworks have been pretty one sided. Trevone Boykin has been able to do little so far, but Mason Rudolph has been able to pick the TCU defense apart...
Via FatManWriting
November 07, 2015  |  Discuss

College QBs can carry teams for awhile, but eventually need help

The best teams throughout the nation have an ideal balance of capabilities: a strong passing attack, a good rushing game, and a stout defense. However, some teams are completely reliant on a quarterback, providing a tarp which covers holes throughout the roster. Few quarterbacks are able to completely conceal these limitations, but some still have their squads in the hunt for a...
Via The Student Section
October 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Photos: The Oklahoman Dropped An Amazing Star Wars-Themed College Football Preview

There are dozens of different college football previews to choose from this pre-season, but none match the creativity of the one The Oklahoman released today. The paper’s preview had a Star Wars theme, complete with pictures of Oklahoma State QB Mason Rudolph as Luke Skywalker and TCU head coach Gary Patterson as a storm trooper. Nick Saban, Urban Meyer and Oklahoma offensive coordinator...
Via College Spun
August 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Mike Gundy Names Mason Rudolph Oklahoma State’s Starting Quarterback Entering Spring Practice

It was a mixed season in Stillwater for Mike Gundy’s Oklahoma State Cowboys, but the team finished the season on a high note, upsetting Oklahoma in a crazy Bedlam game, and then beating Washington in the Cactus Bowl. Freshman Mason Rudolph took over as quarterback for the final three games of the season, and impressed enough that Mike Gundy has announced that he will be the starter...
Via College Spun
January 14, 2015  |  Discuss
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