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Oklahoma State sophomore RB Justice Hill ran for 117 yards and a score on 14 carries in a 59-16 victory over Baylor on Saturday.

Hill (5'10/185) doesn't get as much pub as Mason Rudolph or James Washington, but he's outstanding in his role. He's averaging over 100 rushing yards per game on about six yards per carry.
Oct 14 - 7:40 PM

Oklahoma State senior QB Mason Rudolph completed 19-of-31 passes for 459 yards and three scores and added another rushing touchdown in Saturday's 59-16 victory over Baylor.

Just another day at the office for the point man of college football's scariest offense. Rudolph (6'5/230) is averaging well over 11 yards per attempt and almost 400 passing yards per game on the season to go along with a 19/4 TD/INT rate and six rushing touchdowns. Earlier this week, ESPN's Mel Kiper and Todd McShay both predicted that Rudolph will ultimately go in the late first or early second round of the NFL Draft this spring.
Oct 14 - 7:37 PM

Oklahoma senior WR James Washington caught six passes for 235 yards and a touchdown in a 59-16 victory over Baylor on Saturday.

This is getting ridiculous. Washington (6'1/205) leads the nation in yard-per-route, according to Pro Football Focus, and he manages to be efficient along with hyper-explosive. Through six games, Washington hasn't yet been held under 98 yards receiving. He's gone over 120 yards in five of six games. Washington is up to a 34-882-6 line, and he still has six regular season games to go, along with a bowl game and perhaps the Big 12 Championship game.
Oct 14 - 7:29 PM

Oklahoma State senior WR James Washington leads the nation in yard-per-route, according to Pro Football Focus.

Washington (6'1/205) has averaged 4.03 yards on his routes, which is just over .4 yards ahead of Texas Tech wideout Keke Coutee (3.69). There's no doubt that Washington plays in a system that is friendly for skill-position players, but it just speaks to how efficient he's been in 2017. He'll look at to add to this number against the awful Baylor defense on Saturday.
Oct 12 - 11:26 PM

Last month, Oklahoma State dismissed sophomore CB Madre Harper from the team.

Little housecleaning here. Harper and WR Tyron Johnson were suspended for the Pittsburgh game last month for a rules violation. Whereas Johnson returned after a one-game layoff, Harper was given his walking papers.
Source: SB Nation
Oct 12 - 3:10 PM

ESPN's Mel Kiper and Todd McShay both predict that Oklahoma State senior QB Mason Rudolph will ultimately go in the late first or early second round.

Kiper doesn't believe Rudolph has a big arm, and he doesn't think Rudolph is a threat outside of the pocket, but he really likes Rudolph's consistency. "He has the size (6-foot-5, 230 pounds) that teams covet, and I love that he's not afraid to take shots down the field," he wrote. Kiper ranks Rudolph right around where he has Louisville's Lamar Jackson. McShay ranks Rudolph as the No. 4 QB. "The pre-draft process -- combine, pro day and Senior Bowl, if he plays -- will be important in getting a closer look at him," he wrote. Rudolph is 117-of-173 passing (67.6 percent) for 1,909 yards and a 16/4 TD/INT rate on the year. He also has five rushing touchdowns and a 88.0 Total QBR (No. 2 in FBS).
Source: ESPN
Oct 11 - 2:39 PM

Oklahoma State HC Mike Gundy told reporters that redshirt sophomore WR Tyron Johnson will play more as the season progresses.

Johnson has a mere one catch over the last three games, and he didn't travel with his teammates to the Pittsburgh game last month. Whereas Johnson was suspended for the game against the Panthers, Gundy said his lack of touches over the past few weeks aren't due to discipline. ""His time will be increased more as we go," Gundy said. Johnson, a former LSU signee, ranked as ESPN's No. 3 overall receiver for the 2015 cycle.
Oct 9 - 1:41 PM

Oklahoma State senior WR Marcell Ateman caught six passes for 114 yards in a 41-34 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday.

Ateman (6'4/215) has somewhat "quietly" gone over 100 yards in each of his last three games. He hasn't scored in the last two, but with quarterback Mason Rudolph throwing the football as well as he has outside of the TCU game, he'll find the end zone again soon. He, James Washington and Jaylen McClaskey form one of the best wide receiver units in college football.
Oct 1 - 12:31 AM

Oklahoma senior WR James Washington caught nine passes for 127 yards and a touchdown in a 41-34 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday.

Washington (6'1/205) has gone over 100 yards in four of OSU's first five games, and he's scored at least a touchdown in the same amount of games. You have to double him, and he can beat double teams, too. His touchdown was a 14-yard strike from quarterback Mason Rudolph to make it 7-0 Cowboys. Simply put, this is one of the best wideouts in the country, and he's going to put up video game numbers in two weeks against Baylor.
Oct 1 - 12:24 AM

Oklahoma State sophomore RB Justice Hill ran for 164 yards on 30 carries in a 41-34 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday.

The only thing Hill (5'10/185) couldn't do on Saturday was find the end zone, as quarterback Mason Rudolph selfishly ran for two scores and threw for three more. It's another strong game for Hill, who was once again the bellcow for the Cowboys' offense. Expect him to get plenty more carries against Baylor in two weeks.
Oct 1 - 12:19 AM

Oklahoma State senior QB Mason Rudolph completed 27-of-38 passes for 370 yards with three scores and an interception along with two rushing touchdowns in a 41-34 victory over Texas Tech.

There was no hangover for Rudolph (6'5/230) after the upset loss to TCU. He was accurate with the football, and took advantage of his big-play weapons to outscore the impressive Red Raider offense. He now has a solid 13-to-3 touchdown-to-interception ratio, and is completing close to 67 percent of his passes. These are the types of performances that give Rudolph a chance to be a first-round pick in the spring.
Oct 1 - 12:15 AM

CBS Sports draft writer Chris Trapasso mocked Oklahoma State senior QB Mason Rudolph to the Jets in his updated mock draft.

The Jets probably aren't going to end up picking that "low," but keep in mind it's based on the current NFL standings. If New York was able to win more than four games, this would be an interesting fit. The Jets need someone who can play right now, and Rudolph (6'5/230) isn't a projection guy. He's also a player that has earned Day 3 grades by other draft analysts and scouts. Trapasso notes that he leads an explosive offense, and that he doesn't turn the ball over. Watching Rudolph's stock will be one of the more interesting developments of this draft season.
Source: CBS Sports
Sep 29 - 9:21 PM

A "league insider" expressed concerns to Draft Insider's Tony Pauline about how well Oklahoma State senior WR James Washington will acclimate to the NFL.

The source basically said Washington is a vertical receiver in the Cowboys offense who isn't a true deep threat by NFL standards. "The belief is he’ll run in the mid-4.4 range rather than 4.3s area in predraft workouts and will also measure in the 5-foot-11 area," Pauline wrote. "This doesn’t mean Washington won’t have a productive career in the NFL, but rather that he may not be selected early in the draft as many presently predict. For comparative purposes, scouts stamped him as a late second/early third-round prospect before the season." Oklahoma State lists Washington at 6'1/205.
Sep 29 - 2:44 PM

Oklahoma State senior QB Mason Rudolph completed 22-of-41 passes for 398 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in Saturday's 44-31 loss to TCU.

While Rudolph ended up with a hearty enough yardage total in the defeat, he also turned in his first multi-interception game of the young campaign. The senior gunslinger is now the owner of a still sharp 13/3 TD/INT ratio on the year. He has thrown for at least 300 yards in each of Oklahoma State's first four contests. That mark should be easily attainable against Texas Tech next weekend.
Sep 23 - 7:57 PM

Oklahoma State senior WR James Washington caught six passes for 153 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 44-31 loss to TCU.

Washington put in his typical statistical brilliance in this one, but the Cowboys were saddled with their first loss of the season nonetheless. His touchdown was yet another of the long, long variety, as he scored from 86 yards out in the closing minutes of the first quarter. The 6-foot-1, 205-pound senior has played like a Heisman contender this season, having now caught 19 passes for 520 yards and four touchdowns in four games. Next weekend's showdown with Texas Tech could see all of the points in the universe.
Sep 23 - 7:53 PM


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