It's every college football player's dream to one day make it on to an NFL roster. That dream will become reality for many next week with the NFL draft slated to be held k in New York City starting on May 8th. Many more will also be a step closer as they sign as free agents in the days following. While it may not be that dream coming to reality just yet, it still has to...
Redshirt freshman Jhajuan Seales is one of the many players in the deep and talented Oklahoma State receiving corps. Seales is listed as a backup to senior Tracy Moore on the depth chart but expects to see plenty of playing time this fall. He offered his thoughts on the Cowboys receivers during OSU media day.
Last Friday, Phil Steele released his preseason All-Big 12 team which is usually a solid indicator of who will be on the media’s preseason team when it is announced later this summer (last season, ironically, it was identical). Here’s a look at who Steele tabbed for his first team honors. You can see all four teams on his blog post from Friday.
(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.
Coach Mike Gundy and offensive coordinator...
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September 14, 2012
Tracy Moore wants to be the No. 1 option at wide receiver for Oklahoma State. He wants to be the next in line of NFL caliber wideouts for the Cowboys – cut from the mold of Dez Bryant and Justin Blackmon.
Oklahoma State quarterback Wes Lunt set a Big 12 freshman record by throwing for 436 yards and connected with Tracy Moore for four touchdown passes.
The Cowboys piled up 636 yards of offense, the second straight week they eclipsed 600 yards, and scored 38 points.
Those weren't the numbers that mattered.
Lunt threw three interceptions and Oklahoma State set a school record...
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September 09, 2012
Tulsa Union product Tracy Moore is the leading returning receiver for the Cowboys after catching 45 passes for 672 yards and four touchdowns in Oklahoma State’s Big 12 title run in 2011. Moore has been asked to move to outside receiver and figures to be an integral part of the Cowboys’ aerial attack in 2012. Moore spoke with the media following Wednesday’s practice.
Oklahoma State Cowboys Joseph Randle (1) celebrates his first quarter touchdown with teammate Tracy Moore against the Missouri Tigers at Faurot Field in Columbia, Missouri on October 22, 2011. Oklahoma State won the game 45-24. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Has there ever been a worse year in college football? Even before the season started all we heard about were stupid scandals involving...
Tracy Moore says the excitement around Oklahoma State's campus, and even when he returns to his hometown of Tulsa, is building with each and every Cowboys victory. The third-ranked Cowboys will be looking to keep the excitement building Saturday night when they face Kansas State at Boone Pickens Stadium.