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2014 Oklahoma State Spring Football Guide University Information Location Stillwater, OK Founded Dec. 25, 1890 Colors Orange and Black Enrollment 37,232 Conference Big 12 Team Name Cowboys Mascot Pistol Pete President V. Burns Hargis Athletic Director Mike Holder Faculty Athletic Rep Dr. Meredith Hamilton Athletic Web Site www.okstate.com University Web Site www.okstate.edu

Football Staff Joe Bob Clements Defensive Line Bob Connelly Offensive Line Tim Duffie Safeties Kasey Dunn Receivers Van Malone Cornerbacks Jason Ray Receivers Jemal Singleton Running Backs Glenn Spencer Defensive Coordinator/LB Mike Yurcich Offensive Coordinator/QB Football Administration Mack Butler Director of Operations Johnny Barr Recruiting Coordinator Rod Johnson Asst. Director of Operations Mike Groce Asst. Director of Recruiting

Football Information 2013 Record 10-3 2013 Conference Record 7-2 2013 Big 12 Finish Tied for second 2013 Postseason AT&T Cotton Bowl, Lost to No. 9 Missouri, 41-31 Final Rank No. 17 Associated Press Poll, No. 17 USA Today Coaches Poll

Speed, Strength & Conditioning Rob Glass Assistant A.D. Trumain Carroll Assistant Joel Tudman Assistant Gary Calcagno Assistant Jeff Hunt Assistant

Stadium Information Home Facility Boone Pickens Stadium Capacity 60,218 Surface Football Pro (Synthetic) Field Opening 1913 Stadium Opening 1920 Rededication 2009

Administrative Assistants Danielle Clary Asst. To Mike Gundy Sharla Curtis Recruiting Assistant Tolu Moala Offensive Assistant Sarah Webb Defensive Assistant Equipment Room Wes Edwards Equipment Coordinator Matt Davis Assistant Coordinator Justin Williams Assistant Coordinator

Head Coach at a Glance Head Coach Mike Gundy Alma Mater Oklahoma State, 1990 Career Record 77-38/10th Year OSU Record Same Big 12 Record 45-30

Sports Medicine Dr. Val Gene Iven Head Team Physician John Stemm Director of Athletic Training Kevin Blaske Football Athletic Trainer Scott Parker Assistant Athletic Trainer Video Jeff Naple Zach Ramsey

Video Coordinator Assistant Coordinator

Media Relations Gavin Lang Assistant A.D./Media Relations Football Contact gavin.lang@okstate.edu 405-744-4644 Sean Maguire Football Contact sean.maguire@okstate.edu 405-744-6963 Mike Noteware Associate Director Ryan Cameron Assistant Director Wade McWhorter Assistant Director Roxanne Cantrell Unit Assistant Sara Legarsky Graduate Assistant Blake Zimmerman Graduate Assistant Greg Bartlett Web Developer Jordan Smith Web Developer 2014 Schedule Aug. 30 vs. Florida State Sept. 6 Missouri State Sept. 13 UTSA Sept. 25 Texas Tech Oct. 4 Iowa State Oct. 11 at Kansas Oct. 18 at TCU Oct. 25 West Virginia Nov. 1 at Kansas State Nov. 15 Texas Nov. 22 at Baylor Dec. 6 Oklahoma

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Table of Contents Intro 1 Quick Facts 2 Personnel Breakdown 3 Numerical Roster 4 Alphabetical Roster 5 Roster By Position Groups 6 Spring Preview Staff 10 Head Coach Mike Gundy 13 Assistant Coaches 23 Operations and Recruiting Staff 24 Football Support Staff The Cowboys 26 Player Bios 45 Others in Camp 46 2014 Signees 47 2014 Signee Bios 2013 Review 52 2013 Honors and Recognition 53 2013 Notes 66 The Last Time... 68 2013 Box Scores and Recaps 73 Starting Lineups/Career Starts 74 Explosive Plays 75 Scoring Summary 76 Scoring Drive Superlatives 77 OSU in the Big 12 and NCAA Rankings 78 2013 Final Statistics

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Personnel Breakdown LETTERMEN RETURNING (38)

Ryan Simmons

STARTERS RETURNING Offense - 6 Player Daniel Koenig, OL Jhajuan Seales, WR Austin Hays, WR J.W. Walsh, QB Chris Grisbhy, OL Desmond Roland, RB

Career Starts 22 13 9* 8 8 7

Defense - 4 Player James Castleman, DT Jimmy Bean, DE Ryan Simmons, LB Kevin Peterson, CB

Career Starts 24 13 13 12

Specialists - 2 Player Ben Grogan, K Kip Smith, P

Career Starts 13 13

STARTERS LOST

Offense - 9 Player Parker Graham, OL Tracy Moore, WR Charlie Moore, WR Josh Stewart, WR Brandon Webb, OL Jake Jenkins, OL Clint Chelf, QB Kye Staley, FB Jeremy Smith, RB

Career Starts 31 28 21 20 18 14 13 13 9

Defense - 8 Player Shaun Lewis, LB Caleb Lavey, LB Daytawion Lowe, S Justin Gilbert, CB Calvin Barnett, DT Shamiel Gary, S Tyler Johnson, DE Tyler Patmon, CB

Career Starts 45 39 39 36 26 23 13 5

Specialists – 0

LETTERMEN LOST (32)

Offense (20) Devin Davis Brandon Garrett Chris Grisbhy Daniel Koenig Paul Lewis Zac Veatch J.W. Walsh Rennie Childs Caleb Muncrief Desmond Roland Derek Branson Teddy Johnson Jeremy Seaton Marcell Ateman C.J. Curry David Glidden Austin Hays Jhajuan Seales Brandon Sheperd Blake Webb

OL OL OL OL OL QB RB RB RB FB FB FB WR WR WR WR WR WR WR

Defense (16) Jimmy Bean Trace Clark Eric Davis Emmanuel Ogbah Sam Wren James Castleman Ofa Hautau Kris Catlin Seth Jacobs Dominic Ramacher Ryan Simmons Miketavius Jones Ashton Lampkin Kevin Peterson Deric Robertson Jordan Sterns

DE DE DE DE DE DT DT LB LB LB LB CB CB CB S S

Specialists (2) Ben Grogan Kip Smith

K P

Offense (14) Travis Cross Parker Graham Jake Jenkins Brandon Webb Clint Chelf Jeremy Smith Kye Staley John Goodlett Blake Jackson Charlie Moore Tracy Moore Taylor Moss Nick Rockwell Josh Stewart

OL OL OL OL QB RB FB WR WR WR WR WR WR WR

Defense (15) Tyler Johnson Calvin Barnett Davidell Collins Anthony Rogers Deion Imade Caleb Lavey Shaun Lewis Joe Mitchell Steven Sumpter Justin Gilbert Tyler Patmon Zack Craig Shamiel Gary Lyndell Johnson Daytawion Lowe

DE DT DT DT LB LB LB LB LB CB CB S S S S

Specialists (3) Connor Sinko Andrew Suter Michael Reichenstein

LS LS P

Sam Wren

Trace Clark

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Numerical Roster No. Name

Pos.

Ht. Wt.

Exp.

Hometown/Previous School

1

Kevin Peterson

CB

5-11 185 Jr-2L

Wagoner, OK/Wagoner

1

Ra’Shaad Samples

WR

5-11 178 Fr-RS

Dallas, TX/Skyline

2

Darius Curry

CB

6-1 190 Fr-RS

Flowery Branch, GA/Flowery Branch

2

Caleb Muncrief

RB

5-8 190 Jr-1L

Madill, OK/Madill

3

Marcell Ateman

WR

6-4 210 So-1L

Dallas, TX/Wylie East

Exp.

Hometown/Previous School

DT

6-1 275 So-Sq

Piscataway, NJ/Piscataway

47 Blake Jarwin

TE

6-5 240 So-Sq

Tuttle, OK/Tuttle

48

TE

6-3 220 Fr-RS

Flower Mound, TX/Flower Mound

49 Kevin King

K

5-10 175 Jr-Sq

Jenks, OK/Jenks

49 Ryan Lester

LB

5-10 225 Sr-Sq

Muskogee, OK/Muskogee

50 Zac Veatch

OL

6-4 290 So-1L

Broken Arrow, OK/Broken Arrow

52 Ryan Simmons

LB

6-0 235 Jr-2L

Cibolo, TX/Steele

53

LS

6-3 200 Jr-TR

Edinburg, TX/Texas Southern

46

Beniah Harrigan Matthew Hirst

Pos.

Ht. Wt.

4

J.W. Walsh

QB

6-2 205 Jr-2L

Denton, TX/Guyer

5

Jerel Morrow

CB

6-0 180 Fr-RS

Emporia, KS/Emporia

5

Blake Webb

WR

5-11 190 So-1L

The Woodlands, TX/The Woodlands

6

Ashton Lampkin

CB

5-11 180 Jr-2L

Arlington, TX/Dunbar

57 Paul Lewis

OL

6-3 295 So-1L

Houston, TX/North Shore

7

Tre Flowers

S

6-3 190 Fr-RS

Converse, TX/Judson

58 Daniel Koenig

OL

6-6 300 Sr-3L

Cape Coral, FL/Cape Coral Olathe, KS/St. Thomas Aquinas/Hutchinson CC

7

Brandon Sheperd

WR

6-1 195 Jr-2L

St. Louis, MO/Parkway Central

8

C.J. Curry

WR

6-2 205 So-1L

Flowery Branch, GA/Flowery Branch

9

Devon Thomas

RB

5-11 210 Fr-HS

9

Jeremiah Tshimanga DE

59

Zac Faires

Ryan Weese

K

5-10 175 So-TR

60 Zachary Crabtree

OL

6-7 290 Fr-RS

Mansfield, TX/Mansfield

Broken Arrow, OK/Broken Arrow

61

Kaleb Smith

LS

6-3 250 Fr-RS

Aledo, TX/All Saints Episcopal

6-2 245 So-Sq

North Richland Hills, TX/Richland

62

Chance Douthit

OL

6-4 290 Fr-RS

Gore, OK/Gore

10 Seth Jacobs

LB

6-2 220 So-1L

Arroyo Grande, CA/Arroyo Grande

63

Deonte Cruse

DL

6-0 300 Sr-Sq

Murfreesboro, TN/Siegel/NEO A&M JC

10

Mason Rudolph

QB

6-4 217 Fr-HS

Rock Hill, SC/ Northwestern

64 Jesse Robinson

OL

6-6 310 Fr-RS

Bedford, TX/L.D. Bell

11

Jake Hubenak

QB

6-2 190 Fr-RS

Georgetown, TX/Georgetown

67 Brandon Garrett

OL

6-5 295 Sr-1L

Deer Park, TX/Deer Park/Trinity Valley CC Nacogdoches, TX/Nacogdoches

12 Daxx Garman

QB

6-2 205 Jr-TR

Southlake, TX/Carroll/Arizona

69 Devin Davis

OL

6-5 312 So-1L

12 Elliott Jeffcoat

S

5-10 190 Sr-Sq

Batesburg-Leesville, SC/High

70 Ben Hughes

DT

6-3 310 Fr-RS

Waco, TX/University

13 David Glidden

WR

5-7 185 Jr-1L

Mustang, OK/Mustang

72

OL

6-2 356 Jr-Sq

Tulsa, OK/Edison/Tulsa CC

73 Grant Canis

OL

6-2 275 So-Sq

Midland, TX/Midland

74 Michael Wilson

OL

6-6 300 So-Sq

Aledo, TX/Aledo

75 Chris Grisbhy

OL

6-5 325 Sr-1L

Clute, TX/Brazoswood/Blinn CC

76 Colby Hegwood

OL

6-5 320 Jr-Sq

Flowood, MS/Northwest Rankin/Pearl River CC

77 Jaxon Salinas

OL

6-4 305 Fr-RS

Irving, TX/Irving

13 Jordan Sterns

Zachary Hargrove

S

6-1 205 So-1L

Cibolo, TX/Steele

QB

6-6 230 Fr-RS

Plano, TX/Plano/Connecticut

S

6-2 200 So-1L

Killeen, TX/Killeen

17 Austin Hays

WR

6-2 185 So-1L

San Antonio, TX/Ronald Reagan

19 Ben Grogan

K

6-1 186 So-1L

Arlington, TX/Martin

20 Corey Bennett

RB

5-9 205 Jr-Sq

Choctaw, OK/Choctaw

78 Tevin Talton

OL

6-4 335 Jr-Sq

Preston, OK/Preston

20 Larry Stephens

S

5-10 185 Sr-2L

Houston, TX/North Shore

79 Jack Kurzu

OL

6-4 305 Fr-RS

St. Louis, MO/Mary Institute Country Day

22 Otis Gates

RB

5-7 202 Jr-Sq

Newnan, GA/Newnan

Jaren Colston-Green WR

6-2 170 Fr-RS

Tallahassee, FL/Leon

23 Rennie Childs

RB

5-10 205 So-1L

Houston, TX/Cypress Ridge

81 Jhajuan Seales

WR

6-2 198 So-1L

Port Arthur, TX/Memorial

24

WR 5-10 185 Jr-TR

Pearson, GA/Coffee/Garden City CC

16

Richard Lagow

16 Deric Robertson

Tyreek Hill

80

83 Brendan Fagan

WR

6-2 200 Jr-Sq

Flower Mound, TX/Marcus

Houston, TX/North Shore

85

Jordan Frazier

TE

6-5 242 Fr-HS

Springfield, MO/Lighthouse Christian

6-0 180 Fr-RS

Dallas, TX/DeSoto

86

Shawn Ackley

DL

6-4 265 Jr-Sq

Cleveland, OK/Cleveland/Lindenwood

6-2 210 Sr-2L

Dallas, TX/Lake Highlands

87

Tyler Holcomb

TE

6-3 228 Fr-RS

Edmond, OK/Memorial

RB

5-11 208 Fr-RS

Atlanta, TX/Atlanta

87 Victor Irokansi

DE

6-3 240 So-Sq

Pflugerville, TX/Hendrickson

24 Miketavius Jones

CB

5-10 175 Jr-2L

25 Taylor Lewis

CB

26 Desmond Roland

RB

27 Corion Webster 28 DeShawn Franklin

S

5-11 200 Sr-Sq

Gainesville, TX/Gainesville

88 Logan Nault

WR

6-0 180 Jr-Sq

Kingfisher, OK/Kingfisher

WR

5-6 180 Jr-Sq

Denton, TX/Guyer/Air Force

89 Sam Wren

DE

6-2 255 Sr-1L

Palestine, TX/Palestine/Arizona Western CC

29 Cameron Gravelle

WR

6-0 195 Sr-Sq

Austin, TX/Anderson

90 Trace Clark

DE

6-4 255 Jr-2L

Wichita, KS/Collegiate School

30 Bryant Reber

CB

6-0 185 Jr-Sq

Leawood, KS/Blue Valley

91 James Castleman

DT

6-2 300 Sr-3L

Amarillo, TX/Amarillo

30

RB

5-7 190 Jr-Sq

Wichita, KS/Collegiate/Kansas State

92 Jimmy Bean

DE

6-5 250 Jr-1L

Denton, TX/Guyer

32 Kris Catlin

LB

6-1 225 Jr-2L

San Antonio, TX/Madison

95 Vili Leveni

DE

6-3 270 Fr-RS

Hurst, TX/L.D. Bell

32

WR

6-0 188 Jr-Sq

Del City, OK/Del City

96 Vincent Taylor

DT

6-3 290 Fr-RS

San Antonio, TX/James Madison

33 Archibald Ocloo-Lee CB

5-8 180 So-Sq

Moore, OK/Westmoore

97 Eric Davis

DT

6-3 290 So-1L

Tyler, TX/John Tyler

33 Christian Schroeder WR 5-11 190 Sr-Sq

Grapevine, TX/Grapevine

98 Ofa Hautau

DT

6-2 290 Sr-1L

Salt Lake City, UT/East/Snow College

28

Cameron Hunter

Raymond Taylor Chazten Gonzales

35 Kip Smith

6-1 235 Sr-1L

Broomfield, CO/Legacy/UCLA

36 Nate Miller

WR 5-10 185 Jr-Sq

Lawton, OK/MacArthur

36 Dominic Ramacher

LB

6-3 230 So-1L

Denton, TX/Guyer

37 Derek Deeds

S

5-9 194 So-Sq

Yukon, OK/Yukon/Washburn

38 Kameron Doolittle

WR

5-8 200 Sr-Sq

Edmond, OK/Memorial/NEO A&M JC

38 Emmanuel Ogbah

DE

6-4 270 So-1L

Houston, TX/George Bush

39

K

6-1 175 Jr-TR

Edmond, OK/Crossings Christian/NEO A&M JC

Keegan Carter

P

39 Teddy Johnson

FB 5-11 225 Sr-3L

40

LB

Devante Averette

6-0 235 Jr-TR

Coppell, TX/Coppell Melvindale, MI/Melvindale/Ellsworth CC

41 Dawson Bassett

LB

6-4 228 Fr-RS

Tuttle, OK/Tuttle

42

FB

5-11 210 Fr-HS

Mansfield, TX/Mansfield

42 Demarcus Sherod

LB

6-0 225 So-1L

Decatur, GA/Columbia

44 Dillon Rake

LB

6-1 216 So-Sq

Southlake, TX/Carroll

FB/TE 6-2 250 Jr-2L

Cashion, OK/Cashion

Bryan Shanklin

44 Jeremy Seaton 46 Derek Branson

No. Name

FB

6-2 250 Sr-1L

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McKinney, TX/Boyd

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Alphabetical Roster No. Name

Pos.

Ht. Wt. Exp.

Hometown/Previous School

86

Shawn Ackley

DL

6-4 265 Jr-Sq

Cleveland, OK/Cleveland/Lindenwood

3

Marcell Ateman

WR

6-4 210 So-1L

40

Devante Averette

LB

6-0 235 Jr-TR

41 Dawson Bassett

LB

6-4 228 Fr-RS

Tuttle, OK/Tuttle

92 Jimmy Bean

DE

6-5 250 Jr-1L

Denton, TX/Guyer

20 Corey Bennett

RB

5-9 205 Jr-Sq

46 Derek Branson

FB

6-2 250 Sr-1L

73 Grant Canis

OL

6-2 275 So-Sq

Midland, TX/Midland

K DT

39

Keegan Carter

91 James Castleman

Hometown/Previous School

LB

5-10 225 Sr-Sq

Muskogee, OK/Muskogee

Dallas, TX/Wylie East

95 Vili Leveni

DE

6-3 270 Fr-RS

Hurst, TX/L.D. Bell

Melvindale, MI/Melvindale/Ellsworth CC

57 Paul Lewis

OL

6-3 295 So-1L

Houston, TX/North Shore

25 Taylor Lewis

CB

6-0 180 Fr-RS

Dallas, TX/DeSoto

36 Nate Miller

WR 5-10 185 Jr-Sq

Lawton, OK/MacArthur

Choctaw, OK/Choctaw

5

Jerel Morrow

CB

6-0 180 Fr-RS

McKinney, TX/Boyd

2

Caleb Muncrief

RB

5-8 190 Jr-1L

Madill, OK/Madill

WR

6-0 180 Jr-Sq

Kingfisher, OK/Kingfisher

6-1 175 Jr-TR Edmond, OK/Crossings Christian/NEO A&M JC

33 Archibald Ocloo-Lee CB

5-8 180 So-Sq

Moore, OK/Westmoore

6-2 300 Sr-3L

38 Emmanuel Ogbah

DE

6-4 270 So-1L

Houston, TX/George Bush

1

32 Kris Catlin

LB

6-1 225 Jr-2L

San Antonio, TX/Madison

23 Rennie Childs

RB

5-10 205 So-1L

Houston, TX/Cypress Ridge

90 Trace Clark

DE

6-4 255 Jr-2L

Wichita, KS/Collegiate School

Jaren Colston-Green WR

6-2 170 Fr-RS

Tallahassee, FL/Leon

80

88 Logan Nault

Kevin Peterson

Pos.

Ht. Wt.

Emporia, KS/Emporia

CB

5-11 185 Jr-2L

Wagoner, OK/Wagoner

44 Dillon Rake

LB

6-1 216 So-Sq

Southlake, TX/Carroll

36 Dominic Ramacher

LB

6-3 230 So-1L

Denton, TX/Guyer

30 Bryant Reber

CB

6-0 185 Jr-Sq

Leawood, KS/Blue Valley

60 Zachary Crabtree

OL

6-7 290 Fr-RS

Mansfield, TX/Mansfield

16 Deric Robertson

S

6-2 200 So-1L

Killeen, TX/Killeen

63

Deonte Cruse

DL

6-0 300 Sr-Sq

Murfreesboro, TN/Siegel/NEO A&M JC

64 Jesse Robinson

OL

6-6 310 Fr-RS

Bedford, TX/L.D. Bell

8

C.J. Curry

WR

6-2 205 So-1L

Flowery Branch, GA/Flowery Branch

26 Desmond Roland

RB

6-2 210 Sr-2L

Dallas, TX/Lake Highlands

2

Darius Curry

CB

6-1 190 Fr-RS

Flowery Branch, GA/Flowery Branch

10

QB

6-4 217 Fr-HS

Rock Hill, SC/ Northwestern

69 Devin Davis

OL

6-5 312 So-1L

Nacogdoches, TX/Nacogdoches

97 Eric Davis

DT

6-3 290 So-1L

Tyler, TX/John Tyler

37 Derek Deeds

4

Exp.

49 Ryan Lester

Amarillo, TX/Amarillo

No. Name

Mason Rudolph

77 Jaxon Salinas

OL

6-4 305 Fr-RS

Irving, TX/Irving

1

WR

5-11 178 Fr-RS

Dallas, TX/Skyline

33 Christian Schroeder WR 5-11 190 Sr-Sq

Grapevine, TX/Grapevine

Ra’Shaad Samples

S

5-9 194 So-Sq

Yukon, OK/Yukon/Washburn

38 Kameron Doolittle

WR

5-8 200 Sr-Sq

Edmond, OK/Memorial/NEO A&M JC

81 Jhajuan Seales

62

Chance Douthit

OL

6-4 290 Fr-RS

Gore, OK/Gore

44 Jeremy Seaton

83 Brendan Fagan

WR

6-2 200 Jr-Sq

Flower Mound, TX/Marcus

53

Zac Faires

LS

6-3 200 Jr-TR

Edinburg, TX/Texas Southern

7

Tre Flowers

S

6-3 190 Fr-RS

Converse, TX/Judson

28 DeShawn Franklin

S

5-11 200 Sr-Sq

Gainesville, TX/Gainesville

85

Jordan Frazier

TE

6-5 242 Fr-HS

Springfield, MO/Lighthouse Christian

12 Daxx Garman

QB

6-2 205 Jr-TR

Southlake, TX/Carroll/Arizona

67 Brandon Garrett

OL

6-5 295 Sr-1L

Deer Park, TX/Deer Park/Trinity Valley CC

22 Otis Gates

RB

5-7 202 Jr-Sq

13 David Glidden

WR

32

WR

6-2 198 So-1L

FB/TE 6-2 250 Jr-2L

42

Bryan Shanklin

FB

7

Port Arthur, TX/Memorial Cashion, OK/Cashion

5-11 210 Fr-HS

Mansfield, TX/Mansfield

Brandon Sheperd

WR

6-1 195 Jr-2L

St. Louis, MO/Parkway Central

42 Demarcus Sherod

LB

6-0 225 So-1L

Decatur, GA/Columbia

52 Ryan Simmons

LB

6-0 235 Jr-2L

Cibolo, TX/Steele

61

LS

6-3 250 Fr-RS

Aledo, TX/All Saints Episcopal

Kaleb Smith

35 Kip Smith

P

6-1 235 Sr-1L

Broomfield, CO/Legacy/UCLA

20 Larry Stephens

S

5-10 185 Sr-2L

Houston, TX/North Shore

Newnan, GA/Newnan

13 Jordan Sterns

S

6-1 205 So-1L

Cibolo, TX/Steele

5-7 185 Jr-1L

Mustang, OK/Mustang

78 Tevin Talton

OL

6-4 335 Jr-Sq

Preston, OK/Preston

Chazten Gonzales

WR

6-0 188 Jr-Sq

Del City, OK/Del City

30

RB

5-7 190 Jr-Sq

Wichita, KS/Collegiate/Kansas State

29 Cameron Gravelle

WR

6-0 195 Sr-Sq

Austin, TX/Anderson

96 Vincent Taylor

Raymond Taylor

DT

6-3 290 Fr-RS

San Antonio, TX/James Madison

75 Chris Grisbhy

OL

6-5 325 Sr-1L

Clute, TX/Brazoswood/Blinn CC

9

Devon Thomas

RB

5-11 210 Fr-HS

Broken Arrow, OK/Broken Arrow

19 Ben Grogan

K

6-1 186 So-1L

Arlington, TX/Martin

9

Jeremiah Tshimanga DE

6-2 245 So-Sq

North Richland Hills, TX/Richland Broken Arrow, OK/Broken Arrow

72

Zachary Hargrove

OL

6-2 356 Jr-Sq

Tulsa, OK/Edison/Tulsa CC

50 Zac Veatch

OL

6-4 290 So-1L

46

Beniah Harrigan

DT

6-1 275 So-Sq

Piscataway, NJ/Piscataway

4

J.W. Walsh

QB

6-2 205 Jr-2L

Denton, TX/Guyer

98 Ofa Hautau

DT

6-2 290 Sr-1L

Salt Lake City, UT/East/Snow College

5

Blake Webb

WR

5-11 190 So-1L

The Woodlands, TX/The Woodlands

17 Austin Hays

WR

6-2 185 So-1L

San Antonio, TX/Ronald Reagan

Atlanta, TX/Atlanta

76 Colby Hegwood

OL

6-5 320 Jr-Sq

Flowood, MS/Northwest Rankin/Pearl River CC

24

Tyreek Hill

WR 5-10 185 Jr-TR

Pearson, GA/Coffee/Garden City CC

48

Matthew Hirst

TE

87

Tyler Holcomb

TE

6-3 228 Fr-RS

Edmond, OK/Memorial

11

Jake Hubenak

QB

6-2 190 Fr-RS

Georgetown, TX/Georgetown

70 Ben Hughes

DT

6-3 310 Fr-RS

Waco, TX/University

28

WR

5-6 180 Jr-Sq

Denton, TX/Guyer/Air Force

87 Victor Irokansi

DE

6-3 240 So-Sq

Pflugerville, TX/Hendrickson

10 Seth Jacobs

LB

6-2 220 So-1L

Arroyo Grande, CA/Arroyo Grande

47 Blake Jarwin

TE

6-5 240 So-Sq

Tuttle, OK/Tuttle

12 Elliott Jeffcoat

S

5-10 190 Sr-Sq

Batesburg-Leesville, SC/High

Cameron Hunter

6-3 220 Fr-RS

Flower Mound, TX/Flower Mound

39 Teddy Johnson

FB 5-11 225 Sr-3L

24 Miketavius Jones

CB

5-10 175 Jr-2L

49 Kevin King

K

5-10 175 Jr-Sq

Jenks, OK/Jenks

58 Daniel Koenig

OL

6-6 300 Sr-3L

Cape Coral, FL/Cape Coral

27 Corion Webster

RB

5-11 208 Fr-RS

59

K

5-10 175 So-TR Olathe, KS/St. Thomas Aquinas/Hutchinson CC

74 Michael Wilson

OL

6-6 300 So-Sq

Aledo, TX/Aledo

89 Sam Wren

DE

6-2 255 Sr-1L

Palestine, TX/Palestine/Arizona Western CC

Ryan Weese

Coppell, TX/Coppell Houston, TX/North Shore

79 Jack Kurzu

OL

6-4 305 Fr-RS

St. Louis, MO/Mary Institute Country Day

16

Richard Lagow

QB

6-6 230 Fr-RS

Plano, TX/Plano/Connecticut

6

Ashton Lampkin

CB

5-11 180 Jr-2L

Arlington, TX/Dunbar

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rOSTER bY pOSITION gROUPS Offensive Line No. 50 57 58 60 62 64 67 69 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79

Name Zac Veatch Paul Lewis Daniel Koenig Zachary Crabtree Chance Douthit Jesse Robinson Brandon Garrett Devin Davis Zachary Hargrove Grant Canis Michael Wilson Chris Grisbhy Colby Hegwood Jaxon Salinas Tevin Talton Jack Kurzu

Quarterbacks

No. 4 10 11 12 16

Name J.W. Walsh Mason Rudolph Jake Hubenak Daxx Garman Richard Lagow

Running Backs No. 2 9 20 22 23 26 27 30 39 42 44 46

Name Caleb Muncrief Devon Thomas Corey Bennett Otis Gates Rennie Childs Desmond Roland Corion Webster Raymond Taylor Teddy Johnson Bryan Shanklin Jeremy Seaton Derek Branson

Pos. OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

Name Ra’Shaad Samples Marcell Ateman Blake Webb Brandon Sheperd C.J. Curry David Glidden Austin Hays Tyreek Hill Cameron Hunter Cameron Gravelle Chazten Gonzales Christian Schroeder Nate Miller Kameron Doolittle Blake Jarwin Matthew Hirst Jaren Colston-Green Jhajuan Seales Brendan Fagan Jordan Frazier Tyler Holcomb Logan Nault

Wt. 290 295 300 290 290 310 295 312 356 275 300 325 320 305 335 305

Exp. So-1L So-1L Sr-3L Fr-RS Fr-RS Fr-RS Sr-1L So-1L Jr-Sq So-Sq So-Sq Sr-1L Jr-Sq Fr-RS Jr-Sq Fr-RS

Pos. QB QB QB QB QB

Ht. 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-6

Wt. 205 217 190 205 230

Exp. Jr-2L Fr-HS Fr-RS Jr-TR Fr-RS

Pos. RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB FB FB FB/TE FB

Ht. 5-8 5-11 5-9 5-7 5-10 6-2 5-11 5-7 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-2

Wt. 190 210 205 202 205 210 208 190 225 210 250 250

Exp. Jr-1L Fr-HS Jr-Sq Jr-Sq So-1L Sr-2L Fr-RS Jr-Sq Sr-3L Fr-HS Jr-2L Sr-1L

Receivers/Tight Ends

No. 1 3 5 7 8 13 17 24 28 29 32 33 36 38 47 48 80 81 83 85 87 88

Ht. 6-4 6-3 6-6 6-7 6-4 6-6 6-5 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-6 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-4

Pos. WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR TE TE WR WR WR TE TE WR

Coached By Bob Connelly

Hometown/Previous School Broken Arrow, OK/Broken Arrow Houston, TX/North Shore Cape Coral, FL/Cape Coral Mansfield, TX/Mansfield Gore, OK/Gore Bedford, TX/L.D. Bell Deer Park, TX/Deer Park/Trinity Valley CC Nacogdoches, TX/Nacogdoches Tulsa, OK/Edison/Tulsa CC Midland, TX/Midland Aledo, TX/Aledo Clute, TX/Brazoswood/Blinn CC Flowood, MS/Northwest Rankin/Pearl River CC Irving, TX/Irving Preston, OK/Preston St. Louis, MO/Mary Institute Country Day

Coached By Mike Yurcich

Hometown/Previous School Denton, TX/Guyer Rock Hill, SC/ Northwestern Georgetown, TX/Georgetown Southlake, TX/Carroll/Arizona Plano, TX/Plano/Connecticut

Coached By Jemal Singleton

Hometown/Previous School Madill, OK/Madill Broken Arrow, OK/Broken Arrow Choctaw, OK/Choctaw Newnan, GA/Newnan Houston, TX/Cypress Ridge Dallas, TX/Lake Highlands Atlanta, TX/Atlanta Wichita, KS/Collegiate/Kansas State Coppell, TX/Coppell Mansfield, TX/Mansfield Cashion, OK/Cashion McKinney, TX/Boyd

Coached By Kasey Dunn and Jason Ray

Ht. 5-11 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-2 5-7 6-2 5-10 5-6 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-8 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-0

Wt. 178 210 190 195 205 185 185 185 180 195 188 190 185 200 240 220 170 198 200 242 228 180

Exp. Fr-RS So-1L So-1L Jr-2L So-1L Jr-1L So-1L Jr-TR Jr-Sq Sr-Sq Jr-Sq Sr-Sq Jr-Sq Sr-Sq So-Sq Fr-RS Fr-RS So-1L Jr-Sq Fr-HS Fr-RS Jr-Sq

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Hometown/Previous School Dallas, TX/Skyline Dallas, TX/Wylie East The Woodlands, TX/The Woodlands St. Louis, MO/Parkway Central Flowery Branch, GA/Flowery Branch Mustang, OK/Mustang San Antonio, TX/Ronald Reagan Pearson, GA/Coffee/Garden City CC Denton, TX/Guyer/Air Force Austin, TX/Anderson Del City, OK/Del City Grapevine, TX/Grapevine Lawton, OK/MacArthur Edmond, OK/Memorial/NEO A&M JC Tuttle, OK/Tuttle Flower Mound, TX/Flower Mound Tallahassee, FL/Leon Port Arthur, TX/Memorial Flower Mound, TX/Marcus Springfield, MO/Lighthouse Christian Edmond, OK/Memorial Kingfisher, OK/Kingfisher

Defensive Linemen No. 9 38 46 63 70 86 87 89 90 91 92 95 96 97 98

Name Jeremiah Tshimanga Emmanuel Ogbah Beniah Harrigan Deonte Cruse Ben Hughes Shawn Ackley Victor Irokansi Sam Wren Trace Clark James Castleman Jimmy Bean Vili Leveni Vincent Taylor Eric Davis Ofa Hautau

Linebackers No. 10 32 36 40 41 42 44 49 52

Name Seth Jacobs Kris Catlin Dominic Ramacher Devante Averette Dawson Bassett Demarcus Sherod Dillon Rake Ryan Lester Ryan Simmons

Cornerbacks No. 1 2 5 6 24 25 30 33

Name Kevin Peterson Darius Curry Jerel Morrow Ashton Lampkin Miketavius Jones Taylor Lewis Bryant Reber Archibald Ocloo-Lee

Safeties No. 7 12 13 16 20 28 37

Name Tre Flowers Elliott Jeffcoat Jordan Sterns Deric Robertson Larry Stephens DeShawn Franklin Derek Deeds

Specialists No. 19 35 39 49 53 59 61

Name Ben Grogan Kip Smith Keegan Carter Kevin King Zac Faires Ryan Weese Kaleb Smith

Pos. DE DE DT DL DT DL DE DE DE DT DE DE DT DT DT

Ht. 6-2 6-4 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-2

Wt. 245 270 275 300 310 265 240 255 255 300 250 270 290 290 290

Pos. Ht. Wt. LB 6-2 220 LB 6-1 225 LB 6-3 230 LB 6-0 235 LB 6-4 228 LB 6-0 225 LB 6-1 216 LB 5-10 225 LB 6-0 235

Coached By Joe Bob Clements

Exp. Hometown/Previous School So-Sq North Richland Hills, TX/Richland So-1L Houston, TX/George Bush So-Sq Piscataway, NJ/Piscataway Sr-Sq Murfreesboro, TN/Siegel/NEO A&M JC Fr-RS Waco, TX/University Jr-Sq Cleveland, OK/Cleveland/Lindenwood So-Sq Pflugerville, TX/Hendrickson Sr-1L Palestine, TX/Palestine/Arizona Western CC Jr-2L Wichita, KS/Collegiate School Sr-3L Amarillo, TX/Amarillo Jr-1L Denton, TX/Guyer Fr-RS Hurst, TX/L.D. Bell Fr-RS San Antonio, TX/James Madison So-1L Tyler, TX/John Tyler Sr-1L Salt Lake City, UT/East/Snow College

Exp. So-1L Jr-2L So-1L Jr-TR Fr-RS So-1L So-Sq Sr-Sq Jr-2L

Pos. Ht. Wt. Exp. CB 5-11 185 Jr-2L CB 6-1 190 Fr-RS CB 6-0 180 Fr-RS CB 5-11 180 Jr-2L CB 5-10 175 Jr-2L CB 6-0 180 Fr-RS CB 6-0 185 Jr-Sq CB 5-8 180 So-Sq

Pos. Ht. Wt. Exp. S 6-3 190 Fr-RS S 5-10 190 Sr-Sq S 6-1 205 So-1L S 6-2 200 So-1L S 5-10 185 Sr-2L S 5-11 200 Sr-Sq S 5-9 194 So-Sq

Pos. Ht. Wt. Exp. K 6-1 186 So-1L P 6-1 235 Sr-1L K 6-1 175 Jr-TR K 5-10 175 Jr-Sq LS 6-3 200 Jr-TR K 5-10 175 So-TR LS 6-3 250 Fr-RS

Coached By Glenn Spencer

Hometown/Previous School Arroyo Grande, CA/Arroyo Grande San Antonio, TX/Madison Denton, TX/Guyer Melvindale, MI/Melvindale/Ellsworth CC Tuttle, OK/Tuttle Decatur, GA/Columbia Southlake, TX/Carroll Muskogee, OK/Muskogee Cibolo, TX/Steele

Coached By Van Malone

Hometown/Previous School Wagoner, OK/Wagoner Flowery Branch, GA/Flowery Branch Emporia, KS/Emporia Arlington, TX/Dunbar Houston, TX/North Shore Dallas, TX/DeSoto Leawood, KS/Blue Valley Moore, OK/Westmoore

Coached By Tim Duffie

Hometown/Previous School Converse, TX/Judson Batesburg-Leesville, SC/High Cibolo, TX/Steele Killeen, TX/Killeen Houston, TX/North Shore Gainesville, TX/Gainesville Yukon, OK/Yukon/Washburn

Coached By Robbie Discher

Hometown/Previous School Arlington, TX/Martin Broomfield, CO/Legacy/UCLA Edmond, OK/Crossings Christian/NEO A&M JC Jenks, OK/Jenks Edinburg, TX/Texas Southern Olathe, KS/St. Thomas Aquinas/Hutchinson CC Aledo, TX/All Saints Episcopal

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Spring Preview

A SPRING OF OPPORTUNITY

With only six Cowboys on the 2014 roster having started 10 or more career games, chances for new players to emerge exist within every position group.

Football is Back The Oklahoma State football team opens spring practice on Monday, March 10. The Cowboys will practice for a week, take spring break off, then return for three more weeks of practice. Mark Your Calendars Fans wanting a first look and a chance to interact with the 2014 Oklahoma State football team can get both when the Cowboys host the Orange Blitz at 1:30 p.m. on April 5 in Boone Pickens Stadium. OSU will practice for approximately 90 minutes that day with fans invited to take in the action and then go down to the field to visit with the players and staff in a casual, fun setting when practice concludes. The event is different from previous years’ spring finales in that the format will be one of a true practice with things such as position work, one-on-one drills and team periods as opposed to a scrimmage with the score kept. Pro Day Oklahoma State’s spring football calendar includes Pro Day at Boone Pickens Stadium on March 13. Players will perform the vertical jump, the standing broad jump and the bench press in the weight room, then will go outside for the 40-yard dash, 20-yard shuttle run, three-cone drill, 60-yard shuttle run and position work.

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Numbers Game Oklahoma State returns six offensive starters, four defensive starters, its kicker and its punter from last year. Head coach Mike Gundy welcomes back 20 offensive letterwinners and 16 defensive letterwinners. The Cowboys lost nine offensive starters and eight defensive starters. All told, OSU lost 14 offensive lettermen, 15 defensive lettermen and three specialists who earned letters last year. The Veteran Starters The Cowboys return a trio of three-year lettermen in defensive tackle James Castleman, offensive lineman Daniel Koenig and fullback/special teamer Teddy Johnson. Only six players on the OSU roster have started 10 or more games in their career with Castleman (24 career starts) and Koenig (22 career starts) leading the way. Receiver Jhajuan Seales, defensive end Jimmy Bean, linebacker Ryan Simmons and cornerback Kevin Peterson were full-time starters a year ago, with quarterback J.W. Walsh, offensive lineman Chris Grisbhy and running back Desmond Roland all starting at least five games in 2013. Climbing the Ladder With 17 starters and 32 letterwinners gone from last year’s team, the spring of 2014 provides numerous opportunities for new people to stake their claim to starting spots. Among the strong candidates to move into starting spots for the first time are offensive linemen Paul Lewis and Zac Veatch,

receivers Marcell Ateman and Brandon Sheperd, defensive ends Trace Clark, Sam Wren and Emmanuel Ogbah, defensive tackle Ofa Hautau, linebackers Kris Catlin and Seth Jacobs, cornerbacks Ashton Lampkin and Miketavius Jones and safeties Deric Robertson and Jordan Sterns. Back In The Fold Safety Larry Stephens and linebacker Demarcus Sherod return to the field this spring. Stephens has performed well on special teams throughout his career and was slated to see increased action at safety until he suffered an injury in the 2013 season opener. Sherod lost all of 2013 to an injury sustained in the fall. Also back on the field are receivers Austin Hays and Blake Webb. Hays missed most of 2013 due to injury, but was a strong performer as a true freshman in 2012. Webb is a speedster who earned his way onto the field as a true freshman in 2012 but lost most of 2013 to injury. Coming Out of Redshirt The stakes are higher for a talented group of players who redshirted the 2013 season. Among those for whom a productive spring could land them a spot in the playing time rotation and perhaps even more are offensive lineman Zachary Crabtree and Jesse Robinson, cornerback Darius Curry, defensive linemen Vili Leveni, Vincent Taylor and Ben Hughes, receiver Ra’Shaad Samples and running back Corion Webster.

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Spring Preview Early Enrollees Running back Devon Thomas, receiver Tyreek Hill, quarterback Mason Rudolph, tight end Jordan Frazier and linebacker Devante Averette all signed with Oklahoma State as part of the 2014 recruiting class but enrolled early and will participate in spring drills. Hill and Averette both come from the junior college ranks, with Hill from Garden City CC in Kansas and Averette from Ellsworth CC in Iowa. Thomas (Broken Arrow HS), Rudolph (Northwestern HS in Rock Hill, S.C.) and Frazier (Lighthouse Christian HS in Springfield, Mo.) all played high school ball last year. The Departed With 17 starters and 32 letterwinners gone from 2013, Oklahoma State lost a significant amount of production. Among the group of players lost are consensus All-America cornerback Justin Gilbert, first-team All-Big 12 performers Caleb Lavey, Calvin Barnett, Parker Graham and Shaun Lewis and second-team All-Big 12 performers Clint Chelf, Josh Stewart, Daytawion Lowe and Kye Staley. On the defensive side of the ball, departed seniors accounted for 78 percent of OSU’s tackles, 73 percent of OSU’s turnovers forced, 87 percent of OSU’s forced fumbles and 78 percent of OSU’s pass breakups in 2013. Two-Sport Performers A handful of OSU football players already have a 2014 Big 12 team championship to their name, as receivers Tyreek Hill and Blake Webb, safety Tre Flowers and cornerback Jerel Morrow were all members of the Cowboys Big 12 champion indoor track and field team. Hill won the conference title in the 200 meters by clocking a 20.81 in the finals and was the runner-up in the 60 meters by running a 6.639 - which put him just .005 of a second off of the first-place performer. Quarterbacks - Coached by Mike Yurcich OSU lost second-team All-Big 12 quarterback Clint Chelf to graduation, but junior J.W. Walsh gives offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich an experienced, athletic option. Walsh started three games as a redshirt freshman in 2012 and five games as a sophomore in 2013. He finished last season as one of only five sophomore quarterbacks with 20 or more career passing touchdowns and 10 or more career rushing touchdowns. The other four on that list were Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel, Oregon’s Marcus Mariota, UCLA’s Brett Hundley and BYU’s Taysom Hill. Third-year man Daxx Garman is a natural thrower who lacks game experience, but has given reason for optimism on the practice field. True freshman Mason Rudolph enrolled early after a decorated high school career, and could see his development accelerated as a result. Even OSU’s walk-on quarterbacks are solid, with redshirt freshmen Jake Hubenak and Richard Lagow both capable of making throws. Highest Career Adjusted QBR For Quarterbacks Returning for 2014 Season (min. 400 action plays) 1. Marcus Mariota, Oregon 88.7 2. Jameis Winston, Florida State 88.5 3. Bryce Petty, Baylor 85.3 4. Nick Marshall, Auburn 82.9 5. Davis Webb, Texas Tech 82.6 6. Dak Prescott, Mississippi State 82.2 7. J.W. Walsh, Oklahoma State 80.1 8. Kevin Hogan, Stanford 78.7 9. Brett Hundley, UCLA 77.2 10. Marquise Williams, North Carolina 76.2 Wide Receivers - Coached by Kasey Dunn and Jason Ray Oklahoma State loses three of its top four receivers from 2013 and no player on the current roster has more than 40 career catches or 580 career receiving yards. That said, wide receiver would still be considered a position of relative strength this spring because the Cowboys have stockpiled an impressive group of receivers capable of continuing OSU’s recent tradition of pass-catching excellence. The most accomplished player of the group to date is sophomore Jhajuan Seales, who was third on the team last year with 39 catches for 571 yards and three touchdowns. Junior Brandon Sheperd and sophomore Marcell Ateman both have big-play ability on the outside and saw meaningful action a year ago. After missing last season to injury, Austin Hays returns as well. Slot receiver will be an interesting position to watch during the spring, with returner David Glidden (16 catches for 191 yards and a touchdown in his career), joined by an infusion of new talent in redshirt freshman Ra’Shaad Samples and junior college transfer Tyreek Hill, plus the return of Blake Webb from injury. Both Hill (five-star recruit by Scout.com) and Samples (consensus four-star recruit) were highlyregarded recruits. Running Backs - Coached by Jemal Singleton Senior Desmond Roland was one of the better running backs in the Big 12 after taking over the starting role last season, but he is not the only name to know in the OSU backfield, as sophomore Rennie Childs and redshirt freshman Corion Webster both have provided reason for optimism behind Roland. Childs gave a boost to the Cowboy offense as a true freshman last year and played an important role in spurring OSU to a close victory over TCU. He finished the season with 41 carries for 200 yards and a touchdown. Webster is an explosive one-cut back who could very well parlay a productive spring and summer into meaningful playing time in the fall.

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Cowboy Football Notebook The Oklahoma State football program has risen to a new level of national prominence in recent years. A look: Most Wins, 2008-present 1. Alabama 2. Boise State 3. Oregon 4. Ohio State 4. Oklahoma 6. LSU 6. Florida State 8. Oklahoma State 8. Stanford 10. TCU

72-9 69-10 67-12 63-15 63-17 61-18 61-20 59-19 59-20 58-19

Most Consecutive Seasons Appearing in a Bowl Game Oklahoma State has appeared in a school-record eight consecutive bowl games, which marks the 13th-longest active streak in the nation. The list: Consecutive Team Bowl Appearances 1. Florida State 32 2. Virginia Tech 21 3. Georgia 17 3. Georgia Tech 17 5. Oklahoma 15 6. LSU 14 7. Boise State 12 7. Wisconsin 12 9. Alabama 10 10. BYU 9 10. Clemson 9 10. Oregon 9 13. Oklahoma State 8 14. Michigan State 7 15. Nebraska 6 15. Northern Illinois 6 15. Pittsburgh 6 15. South Carolina 6 19. Ohio 5 19. Stanford 5 19. Texas A&M 5

Big 12 Record - Conference Games Only, 2008-present Only two teams in the Big 12 have posted a winning record against the league every season since 2008, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma. West Virginia and TCU were not counted in these totals, as they joined the Big 12 in 2012. 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Oklahoma 7-1 5-3 6-2 6-3 8-1 7-2 39-12 Oklahoma State 5-3 6-2 6-2 8-1 5-4 7-2 37-14 Texas 7-1 8-0 2-6 4-5 5-4 7-2 33-18 Kansas State 2-6 4-4 3-5 7-2 8-1 5-4 29-22 Texas Tech 7-1 5-3 3-5 2-7 4-5 4-5 25-26 Baylor 2-6 1-7 4-4 6-3 4-5 8-1 25-26 Iowa State 0-8 3-5 3-5 3-6 3-6 2-7 14-37 Kansas 4-4 1-7 1-7 0-9 0-9 1-8 7-44

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Spring Preview 2014 Opponent Quick Hits vs. Florida State (Arlington, TX) Reigning national champions with returning Heisman Trophy winning QB.

Missouri State Won four of its last five games to close out the 2013 season.

UTSA Coached by former Oklahoma State assistant Larry Coker.

Texas Tech Big 12 opener will be played on a Thursday night. Pokes have won five straight.

Iowa State Cowboys have won four of the last five and five of the last seven over the Cyclones.

at Kansas OSU is 9-1 in its last 10 games against the Jayhawks.

at TCU First trip to Fort Worth since 1992. Pokes beat the Frogs each of the last two seasons.

West Virginia Former OSU assistant Dana Holgorsen, Mountaineers upset Cowboys last year.

at Kansas State Cowboys have won four of the last five and five of the last seven.

Texas OSU has won three of the last four over the Longhorns.

at Baylor Cowboys are 16-2 in their last 18 meetings with the Bears.

at Oklahoma Matchup of the Big 12’s two winningest programs over the last six years.

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Offensive Line - Coached by Bob Connelly First-year offensive line coach Bob Connelly - an 18-year coaching veteran with full-time coaching stops at such programs as Alabama, UCLA, Arizona State and Washington State - is part of an offensive line unit that would be best described as uncertain. Other than senior tackle Daniel Koenig, no player up front has a large enough career work sample to be considered as a proven commodity. Tackle Devin Davis was expected to be among the team’s best linemen going into 2013 before a fall camp injury ended his season before it started. He’s out for the spring, but should be back for the fall. Junior Chris Grisbhy adjusted to play at the Division I level on the fly last year and will get a shot to earn a role as an everyday starter this spring. Paul Lewis and Zac Veatch both figure to be in the mix on the interior of the line, but neither has carried a heavy workload prior to this spring. Some youngsters to watch include sophomore Michael Wilson and redshirt freshmen Zachary Crabtree and Jesse Robinson. Defensive Line - Coached by Joe Bob Clements Similar to the wide receivers, the OSU defensive line lost a lot on paper, but has enough talent that has been waiting in the wings that the dropoff doesn’t figure to be severe. Leading the way is junior defensive tackle James Castleman, who has been an important player for two years. Senior Ofa Hautau joins Castleman on the interior of the defensive front following a year in which Hautau saw plenty of meaningful reps as a backup. Junior defensive end Jimmy Bean - a returning starter from last year - came on strong at the end of the 2013 season and a productive spring and summer could vault him into a leadership role. Senior defensive end Sam Wren is an exciting prospect who appears poised for a strong final year thanks to his competitiveness, explosiveness and flexibility. He is athletic enough to do things that many defensive linemen can not. Also figuring to be regulars in the playing time rotation are defensive end Trace Clark and sophomore Emmanuel Ogbah. Both were strong performers in 2013. An interesting prospect to watch is redshirt freshman defensive end Vili Leveni, who packed on 15 pounds since coming to campus and looks ready to contribute ahead of schedule. Linebacker - Coached by Glenn Spencer Perhaps no position group was hit harder by graduation than linebacker. As three-year starters and All-Big 12 performers, Shaun Lewis and Caleb Lavey were at the absolute core of the Cowboys’ defensive resurgence last year and leave a massive void. Junior Ryan Simmons joined Lewis and Lavey in the 2013 starting lineup and now stands as one of the leaders of the 2014 defense. Simmons played weakside linebacker last year, but returns to his natural middle linebacker position this spring. The most likely candidates to join him with the first group are sophomore Seth Jacobs, junior Kris Catlin, sophomore Demarcus Sherod (who returns after losing 2013 to injury) and junior college transfer Devante Averette. Cornerback - Coached by Van Malone Junior cornerback Kevin Peterson will carry a leadership role for the first time in his career and he is well-equipped for it. Peterson started 12 games last year and joins James Castleman and Ryan Simmons as the most productive defensive returners for Oklahoma State. What will happen opposite Peterson? Junior Ashton Lampkin figures to get first dibs, based on his strong work on special teams and the fact that he played his share of meaningful reps in 2013. Junior Miketavius Jones is another candidate to work his way into the rotation for the first time. One of the team’s fastest players, Jones enters his fourth year in the program and has earned a look from the coaches. Past those three, OSU will look to underclassmen to fill out the playing time rotation. Redshirt freshmen Darius Curry and Jerel Morrow are the most likely candidates. Safety - Coached by Tim Duffie OSU lost a combined 62 career starts with the departure of safeties Daytawion Lowe and Shamiel Gary after the 2013 season. Sophomores Deric Robertson and Jordan Sterns are the two most likely candidates to get first dibs at the vacated starting spots, with senior Larry Stephens also in position to get a look. Stephens was pegged to be in the playing time rotation a year ago before he sustained a seasonending injury in week one. Specialists - Coached by Mike Gundy and Robbie Discher Starting punter/kickoff specialist Kip Smith and starting kicker Ben Grogan are both back from 2013. Smith proved himself to be a capable directional kicker with good hang time, both on punts and kickoffs. Grogan’s focus this spring is consistency. He had an important four-field-goal performance in a tight win over TCU last year, and is working to make performances like that the norm. OSU must fill the void left by the departure of holder/backup punter Michael Reichenstein and long snappers Andrew Suter (punts) and Connor Sinko (placements). Redshirt freshman Kaleb Smith figures to take over long snapping duties. The Schedule A battle with reigning national champion Florida State at the 2014 Cowboys Classic on Aug. 30 and a trip to Norman for Bedlam on Dec. 6 mark a sensational beginning and a sensational ending to the 2014 Oklahoma State football schedule. Also notable is that the Cowboys return to the Thursday night slate for the first time since 2011 when they host Texas Tech on Sept. 25 in Boone Pickens Stadium. Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 25 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 15 Dec. 6

vs. Florida State Missouri State UTSA Texas Tech Iowa State at Kansas at TCU West Virginia at Kansas State Texas Oklahoma

Arlington, TX Stillwater, OK Stillwater, OK Stillwater, OK Stillwater, OK Lawrence, KS Fort Worth, TX Stillwater, OK Manhattan, KS Stillwater, OK Stillwater, OK

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Defensive Leader

Defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer was a central figure in OSU’s significant improvement in scoring defense from 2012 to 2013.

Strong Debut

In his first year as a major college coach, Mike Yurcich coordinated an OSU offense that ranked sixth in school history in scoring, fourth in passing and sixth in rushing touchdowns.

Instilling an Attitude

Longtime Bill Snyder pupil Joe Bob Clements made a significant impact with OSU’s defensive linemen during his first year in Stillwater.

Mike Gundy

Coaches

Mike Gundy was the 2011 national coach of the year and consistently has OSU positioned among the top teams in the Big 12 Conference.

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Coaching Staff

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Mike Gundy Head Coach | 10th year Oklahoma State, 1990

• 2011 winner of the Paul “Bear” Bryant College Coach of the Year Award selected by the Sportscasters and Sportswriters

After the 2010 football season, Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy was named the Big 12 coach of the year after the Cowboys completed the first 11-win season in school history. In 2011, he was the national coach of the year after leading the Cowboys to a 12-1 record and a Big 12 championship.

Association, and the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Award presented by the Football Writers Association of America after leading Oklahoma State to a 12-1 record, its first

Evidence of Oklahoma State’s rise on both the Big 12 and national levels during his tenure is everywhere. Consider the following:

Big 12 championship and BCS bowl game appearance in 2011. In guiding the Cowboys to the Big 12 title, OSU became the first school other than Oklahoma or Texas to win the conference since 2003. • Finalist for the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Award and the Liberty Mutual National Coach of the Year Award in both 2010 and 2011. • 2010 Big 12 Coach of the Year after leading Oklahoma State to an 11-2 overall record and a share of the Big 12 South title. • Has coached four major national award winners since 2008, as punter Matt Fodge won the Ray Guy Award in 2008, kicker Dan Bailey won the Lou Groza Award in 2010 and receiver Justin Blackmon won the Biletnikoff Award in 2010 and 2011. • Since 2008 alone, Gundy has coached three finalists for the Biletnikoff Award given to the nation’s top wide receiver, plus finalists for the Rimington Award given to the nation’s top center, the Thorpe Award given to the nation’s top defensive back, the Mackey Award given to the nation’s top tight end, the Outland Trophy given to the nation’s top interior lineman, the Doak Walker Award given to the nation’s top running back, the Ray Guy Award given to the nation’s top punter and the Lou Groza Award given to the nation’s top kicker. • Has coached 13 All-Americans in the last five seasons, including a pair of unanimous All-Americans: OL Russell Okung in 2009 and WR Justin Blackmon in 2010 and 2011. • In quarterback Brandon Weeden, Kendall Hunter and Blackmon, Gundy coached the first trio of teammates in NCAA history to post 4,000 yards passing, 1,500 yards rushing and 1,500 yards receiving in the same season.

• Oklahoma State has been ranked in the top 10 of the Associated Press poll in five of the last six seasons and has posted 10-win seasons three of the last four years. OSU has finished no lower than third in the Big 12 since 2009. • The Cowboys have won 41 games in the last four years and 50 games in the last five. • Gundy has led the Cowboys to a 37-14 record against Big 12 opposition since 2008 and he has OSU situated as one of only two Big 12 teams with a winning conference record every year since 2008. • The Cowboys rank eighth nationally with 59 wins since the beginning of the 2008 season. • OSU has scored four victories over teams ranked in the Associated Press top 10 since 2008. • OSU’s current streak of eight straight bowl games is the best in the history of the program. • From 2011-13, Oklahoma State has taken care of its home turf, compiling a 17-2 record in Boone Pickens Stadium. • OSU has set the top five single-season attendance records in school history the past five seasons, including a record average of 59,126 in 2013. • Sixteen Gundy-era Cowboys have been drafted into the NFL, with five of those 16 chosen in the first round. • While still in the early stages of his head coaching career, Gundy’s coaching tree has already blossomed. Former Gundy coordinators include Illinois head coach Tim Beckman, North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora, West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen and Southern Miss head coach Todd Monken. Other notable former Gundy position coaches include Texas offensive coordinator Joe Wickline and TCU offensive coordinator Doug Meacham. • Eye-popping point totals have become the norm, with the Cowboys scoring 50 or more points 27 times, 60 or more points eight times and 70 or more points twice.

In 2005, when Mike Gundy was elevated to head coach, he could have been described as a sentimental selection at his alma mater. He was a decorated Oklahoma high school athlete, one of the most successful quarterbacks in OSU history, and he had served on the staff of the three previous OSU head coaches. His ties to the school ran deep for him and his family. Most importantly, he was considered a Cowboy by Cowboys. Fast forward to 2014, and with that sentimental choice now the winningest coach in OSU football history, it appears the Cowboy football program has entered into a new era. OSU has an outright Big 12 title (2011) and a share of the old Big 12 South title (2010). In 2011, Oklahoma State made its first Bowl Championship Series appearance – which resulted in a win over fourth-ranked Stanford. The school finished the 2010 and 2011 seasons ranked among the top 10, including a school-best third in 2011. The 2012 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl champs were just .0086 of a point from an appearance in the 2012 BCS National Championship Game. The run to the Big 12 title in 2011 earned Gundy the Eddie Robinson Award as the national coach of the year as selected by the Football Writers Association of America after he was a finalist for the same honor in 2010. He was also tabbed as the Paul “Bear” Bryant College Coach of the Year Award, was voted national coach of the year by American Football Monthly and was a finalist for the Liberty Mutual national coach of the year award. The national accolades came just one year after Gundy was named Big 12 coach of the year in 2010 for leading OSU to a share of the Big 12 South title. The 2010 and 2011 seasons represented the first 11-win and 12-win seasons in Cowboy history and OSU has capped each of its last eight seasons with bowl trips. It is a consistency that has never been in place in Stillwater. OSU was 12-15 after 27 games under Gundy. Since then, the Cowboys have gone 65-23. Gundy has coached 14 first-team All-Americans and four individual national award winners during his short head coaching career. And during his tenure, OSU has been firmly established as one of the most entertaining offensive teams in America. Five times in the last seven years Oklahoma State has been among the nation’s top 10 in total offense. The Cowboys averaged a school-record 48.7 points per game in 2011. In fact, only twice in the last six years has OSU averaged less than 40 points per game. During that same time frame, OSU has churned out elite offensive talent. Offensive lineman Russell Okung, quarterback Brandon Weeden, receivers Dez Bryant and Justin Blackmon and tight end Brandon Pettigrew were all taken in the first round of recent NFL Drafts. Records have been falling at the box office as well. The 2013 Cowboys were supported like no other in school history as new school marks were set for season tickets (50,223) and average attendance (59,126). Six of the eight single-game attendance highs came in 2013, including a sellout crowd of 60,218 that watched the Cowboys topple No. 3 Baylor. Gundy’s squad set a Big 12 record with nine first-team All-Big 12 selections in 2010 and matched that record in 2011.

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Coaching Staff Under Gundy, Oklahoma State has won at least seven games in eight straight seasons for the first time ever and won at least nine games in four straight seasons for the first time from 2008-11. In 2010 and 2011, Oklahoma State reached 11 wins in consecutive seasons for the first time in school history. OSU reached another milestone in 2011 with wins over five ranked teams. Oklahoma State has reached the Associated Press top 10 in five of the last six seasons and climbed to an all-time high of second in 2011 before finishing third. After missing out on the AP top 10 in 2012, the Cowboys climbed as high as No. 6 in 2013. Under Gundy, OSU has not only set a school record for first-team all-league selections, but also for first-team academic all-conference selections. Gundy and Oklahoma State agreed on a new contract in January of 2012. The agreement keeps the former Cowboy quarterback in charge of OSU’s football fortunes through at least 2019. And it is documentation of the progress that Oklahoma State has made since the 1990 OSU grad became the school’s head coach. His record of 77-38 hardly describes the renaissance of Cowboy football. Under Gundy’s guidance, OSU’s Big 12 record has improved from 1-7 in 2005 to 3-5 in 2006, 4-4 in 2007, 5-3 in 2008, 6-2 in 2009 and 2010, 8-1 in 2011, 5-4 in 2012 and 7-2 in 2013. Gundy was hired as the school’s 22nd head football coach on Jan. 3, 2005. He had been serving as OSU’s offensive coordinator under Les Miles. It was the culmination of a legendary career for one of Oklahoma’s all-time great high school athletes. The first year was tough. Oklahoma State was 4-7 with one conference win and a sixth-place finish in the Big 12 South. Gundy, however, never wavered. He faced early and difficult decisions in his head coaching career. Those challenges included the dismissal of several players, some who figured to be headliners going into the 2005 campaign. He also had to deal with the shocking death of Vernon Grant, an inspirational team

Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Career

Overall 4-7 7-6 7-6 9-4 9-4 11-2 12-1 8-5 10-3 77-38

Home 3-3 4-2 4-2 6-1 6-2 5-2 6-0 6-1 5-1 45-14

leader and multi-year starter. Gundy handled the early adversity with a steady hand beyond his years. The young Cowboys spent year one in transition with a new head coach, a new offensive coordinator and a new defensive coordinator. In 2006, OSU’s second year under Gundy, the record improved to 7-6, with a win in the Independence Bowl over Alabama. OSU fielded one of the country’s most exciting offensive squads, displayed some talented underclassmen on defense and proved capable of bumping helmets with the elite of the Big 12. And that win total, as impressive as it was, could have been even more pronounced as four Cowboy losses were decided on the final play of the game. The season included a win over Big 12 North champ Nebraska and a last-play loss to South champ Oklahoma. The 34-31 win over Alabama in the PetroSun Independence Bowl was OSU’s fourth bowl appearance in five seasons, but marked just the second postseason win for OSU since Barry Sanders terrorized opposing defenses in 1988. Scoring was up by more than two touchdowns per game as the 2006 edition of Cowboy football became one of the most prolific offensive teams in school history, averaging more than 35 points per game. Oklahoma State joined undefeated Boise State as the only two teams in the country to average more than 200 yards per game rushing and passing. OSU’s 2006 roster also produced some of the Big 12’s brightest stars, including the offensive newcomer of the year in first-team All-Big 12 receiver Adarius Bowman, and defensive freshman of the year in safety Andre Sexton. Bowman and offensive lineman Corey Hilliard were consensus first-team All-Big 12 selections. Bowman was Gundy’s second straight offensive newcomer of the year (Mike Hamilton in 2005). The Cowboys finished Gundy’s second year seventh nationally and tops in the Big 12 in rushing, seventh nationally in scoring and No. 16 in total offense. The conference rushing title was a first for the Pokes. OSU followed up that ground attack with more team rushing titles in 2007, 2008 and 2009.

Gundy Capsule Away 1-4 1-4 2-4 3-2 3-1 5-0 5-1 1-4 4-1 25-21

Neutral 0-0 2-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 7-3

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League Record 1-7 3-5 4-4 5-3 6-2 6-2 8-1 5-4 7-2 45-30

Finish 6th South 5th South 3rd South 4th South 2nd South T1st South 1st T3rd T2nd -

Gundy As a Head Coach 2005 9/3 9/8 9/17 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/12 11/19 11/26

4-7 (1-7 Big 12) Montana State at Florida Atlantic Arkansas State Colorado Missouri at Texas A&M at Iowa State No. 2 Texas No. 13 Texas Tech at Baylor at Oklahoma

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15-10 23-3 20-10 0-34 31-38 23-62 10-37 28-47 24-17 34-44 14-42

2006 9/2 9/9 9/16 9/23 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25 12/28

7-6 (3-5 Big 12) Missouri State vs. Arkansas State Florida Atlantic at Houston at Kansas State at Kansas No. 23 Texas A&M No. 20 Nebraska at No. 4 Texas Baylor at Texas Tech No. 13 Oklahoma vs. Alabama*

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52-10 35-7 48-8 25-34 27-31 42-32 33-34 41-29 10-36 66-24 24-30 21-27 34-31

2007 9/1 9/8 9/14 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24 12/31

7-6 (4-4 Big 12) at No. 13 Georgia Florida Atlantic at Troy Texas Tech Sam Houston St. at Texas A&M at Nebraska No. 25 Kansas St. No. 14 Texas No. 5 Kansas at Baylor at No. 10 Oklahoma vs. Indiana#

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14-35 42-6 23-41 49-45 39-3 23-24 45-14 41-39 35-38 28-43 45-14 17-49 49-33

2008 8/30 9/6 9/13 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/29 12/30

9-4 (5-3 Big 12) at Washington St. Houston Missouri State Troy Texas A&M at No. 3 Missouri Baylor at No. 1 Texas Iowa State at No. 2 Texas Tech at Colorado No. 3 Oklahoma vs. No. 15 Oregon%

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39-13 56-37 57-13 55-24 56-28 28-23 34-6 24-28 59-17 20-56 30-17 41-61 31-42

2009 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7

9-4 (6-2 Big 12) No. 13 Georgia Houston Rice Grambling State at Texas A&M Missouri at Baylor No. 3 Texas at Iowa State

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24-10 35-45 41-24 56-6 36-31 33-17 34-7 14-41 34-8

11/14 11/19 11/28 1/2

Texas Tech Colorado at Oklahoma vs. Ole Miss!

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24-17 31-28 0-27 7-21

2010 9/4 9/11 9/18 9/30 10/8 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27 12/29

11-2 (6-2 Big 12) Washington State Troy Tulsa Texas A&M at Louisiana at Texas Tech No. 14 Nebraska at Kansas State No. 22 Baylor at Texas at Kansas No. 14 Oklahoma vs. Arizona^

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65-17 41-38 65-28 38-35 54-28 34-17 41-51 24-14 55-28 33-16 48-14 41-47 36-10

2011 9/3 9/8 9/17 9/24 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/18 12/3 1/2

12-1 (8-1 Big 12) Louisiana Arizona at Tulsa at No. 8 Texas A&M Kansas at No.22 Texas at Missouri Baylor No. 17 Kansas St. at Texas Tech at Iowa State No. 13 Oklahoma vs. No. 4 Stanford $

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61-34 37-14 59-33 30-29 70-28 38-26 45-24 59-24 52-45 66-6 31-37 44-10 41-38

2012 9/1 9/8 9/15 9/29 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24 12/1 1/1

8-5 (5-4 Big 12) Savannah State at Arizona Louisiana No. 12 Texas at Kansas Iowa State TCU at No.3 Kansas State West Virginia No. 23 Texas Tech at No. 14 Oklahoma at Baylor vs. Purdue+

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84-0 38-59 65-24 36-41 20-14 31-10 36-14 30-44 55-34 59-21 48-51 34-41 58-14

2013 8/31 9/7 9/14 9/28 10/5 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 12/7 1/4

10-3 (7-2 Big 12) vs. Mississippi State at UTSA Lamar at West Virginia Kansas State TCU at Iowa State at No. 15 Texas Tech Kansas at No. 23 Texas No. 3 Baylor No. 18 Oklahoma vs. No. 9 Missouri!

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21-3 56-35 59-3 21-30 33-29 24-10 58-27 52-34 42-6 38-13 49-17 24-33 31-41

* Independence Bowl, # Insight Bowl, % Holiday Bowl, ! Cotton Bowl, ^ Alamo Bowl, $ Fiesta Bowl, + Heart of Dallas Bowl

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Coaching Staff Gundy Through the Years As a Player 1986 1987 1988 1989

The Sporting News Outstanding Freshman QB; Set NCAA record for most passes to start a career without an interception (138) Led OSU to 10-2 record and Sun Bowl win; Completed 59.7 percent of his passes Led OSU to 10-2 record and Holiday Bowl win; Second nationally in pass efficiency Completed his career as Big Eight’s all-time leader in passing and total offense

As a Coach Year Employer Position 1990 Oklahoma State Receivers 1991-93 Oklahoma State Quarterbacks 1994-95 Oklahoma State Offensive Coordinator 1996 Baylor Quarterbacks/Passing Game Coordinator 1997-2000 Maryland Quarterbacks/Passing Game Coordinator/Receivers 2001-04 Oklahoma State Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator 2005-present Oklahoma State Head Coach

In 2007, despite facing the NCAA’s toughest schedule, the Cowboys won their second straight bowl game (Insight) and the climb up the Big 12 ladder continued with OSU finishing third in the South. Oklahoma State entered the final week of the regular season playing for a share of the Big 12 South championship. The bowl titles marked the first time since 1987 and 1988 (Gundy’s playing days) that the Cowboys had registered bowl wins in consecutive seasons. The Cowboys’ 45-14 win at Nebraska was OSU’s first in Lincoln since the Kennedy Administration. The Cowboy offense followed up its 2006 success with something unprecedented in 2007 when it finished the season with 3,161 rushing yards and 3,161 passing yards. OSU finished seventh nationally in total offense (486.3 yards per game). The season culminated with a 49-33 win over Indiana in the Insight Bowl and sophomore quarterback Zac Robinson set a new OSU single-season record in total offense (since broken by Brandon Weeden). The 2008 season made headlines. That version of the Cowboys became one of the most decorated in school history. Two sophomores, receiver Dez Bryant and running back Kendall Hunter, were first-team All-Americans. Quarterback Zac Robinson was a finalist for the Manning Award and a semifinalist for the Davey O’Brien Award. Tight end Brandon Pettigrew was a finalist for the Mackey Award and punter Matt Fodge was the winner of the Ray Guy Award. Junior Perrish Cox was voted a first-team All-America kick returner. Also in 2008, the Cowboys ascended into the top 10 for the first time in 20 years, climbed to sixth in the BCS rankings and picked up a road win against a member of the AP top five (Missouri). That season culminated with OSU’s first appearance in the Holiday Bowl since 1988. In 2009, OSU was ranked in the top 25 all season, reaching as high as fifth in the AP poll during its 9-4 run. Along the way, OSU set a new record for season ticket sales and played in front of the largest home crowds in school history (all of those attendance marks have since been broken). OSU entered the final week of the regular season very much in contention for its first BCS bowl berth and the Cowboys’ 6-2 Big 12 record propelled OSU to No. 2 in the Big 12 bowl pecking order and an appearance in the Cotton Bowl. It was a satisfying achievement considering the onslaught of injuries the Cowboys battled throughout the year. The 2010 season represented a breakthrough as OSU finished 11-2 and closed a season in the top 10 for the first time since 1984. Brandon Weeden became Oklahoma State’s first All-Big 12 quarterback, Justin Blackmon brought home the Biletnikoff Award and Dan Bailey won the Lou Groza Award. The Cowboys generated 520 yards of offense per game and unveiled a new-look passing attack that ranked second nationally (346 yards per game) and helped OSU score 44.2 points per contest. All-America accolades rolled in for running back Kendall Hunter, Blackmon, punter Quinn Sharp and kicker Dan Bailey. The share of the Big 12 South title was a first for OSU as the Cowboys won 10 games in the regular season for the first time ever and for the fourth time overall. The 2010 squad also became the first OSU team to go undefeated on the road since 1945. All of those achievements were reached by a team selected to finish fifth in the six-team Big 12 South in the preseason.

But 2010 simply set the stage for 2011. One year after no expectations greeted the Cowboys, 2011 featured unprecedented demands of OSU. The Cowboys were ranked No. 9 in the AP poll (tying the all-time preseason high set in 2009) to start the season and the squad proved up to the task. The Cowboys raced to a 10-0 start and reached No. 2 in the AP balloting and in the BCS standings before finishing third in both.

Head Coaches at Their Alma Mater Troy Calhoun

Air Force

Bryan Harsin

Boise State

Ruffin McNeil

East Carolina

Paul Haynes

Kent State

Pat Fitzgerald

Northwestern

Mike Gundy

Oklahoma State

David Shaw

Stanford

Kliff Kingsbury

Texas Tech OSU clinched its first outright conference title with Bill Blankenship Tulsa a lopsided win over Oklahoma and followed up Matt Wells Utah State that showing with a Fiesta Bowl victory over No. Sean Kugler UTEP 4 Stanford to put the wraps on a 12-1 season. Frank Beamer Virginia Tech Blackmon repeated as the Biletnikoff Award winner and five Cowboys (Blackmon, kicker Quinn Sharp, offensive linemen Levy Adcock and Grant Garner, and safety Markelle Martin) earned All-America honors. OSU won at Texas for the second straight season, knocked off five ranked opponents, beat four teams that won 10 games and beat seven teams in the final BCS rankings’ top 30. The Cowboys passed for 387 yards per game (second nationally), and scored 48.7 points per game (also second nationally). OSU led the nation in turnovers forced (44) and turnover margin (plus-1.62 per game). Despite a rash of injuries at crucial positions, the 2012 Cowboys maintained their theme of explosive offense by finishing the regular season leading the Big 12 and ranking third nationally with 45.7 points per game and also ranking in the top 11 nationally in total offense (fourth), passing offense (seventh), fewest sacks allowed per game (ninth), first downs per game (11th) and red zone scoring percentage (third). Making the 2012 numbers even more impressive is the fact that OSU was relegated to constant instability at quarterback due to injury. True freshman Wes Lunt started four games, redshirt freshman J.W. Walsh started three and junior Clint Chelf started four in the first significant action of his career. All three finished the season with more than 1,000 passing yards - a first in Big 12 history. Each had at least one game with at least 330 passing yards and each claimed at least one victory over a Big 12 opponent as a starter. Mike Gundy first arrived on the Oklahoma State campus in 1986 after a heavily-decorated prep career. He became a four-year starter at OSU (1986-89), and led the Cowboys to a pair of bowl wins, the 1987 Sun Bowl over West Virginia and the 1988 Holiday Bowl over Wyoming. During those two seasons, OSU accumulated a 20-4 record. Gundy ended his career as the Big Eight Conference’s all-time leader in passing and total offense. More than 20 years after his playing career, his name is still featured throughout the OSU record books. Most of his personal marks stood until Gundy assumed head coaching duties. He began his college career by throwing 138 passes before tossing his first career interception. That streak remained an NCAA record until 2008. After graduation, Gundy joined the Oklahoma State football staff. He coached the receivers in 1990, the quarterbacks from 1991-1993 and in 1995, and served as offensive coordinator during the 1994 season in the final year for Gundy’s college coach, Pat Jones. Gundy has coached in Stillwater under each of the three previous Cowboy head coaches (Jones, Bob Simmons and Les Miles). He spent one season at Baylor (1996) as quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator before heading to the ACC, where he coached at Maryland (1997-2000). He returned to Stillwater in 2001 as assistant head coach and offensive coordinator, and he also coached OSU quarterbacks. Gundy is just the third Oklahoma State graduate to assume the head coaching duties in Stillwater. Jim Lookabaugh (1939-49) and Floyd Gass (1969-71) were the others. Gundy and his wife, Kristen (also an OSU graduate), have three children, Gavin, Gunnar and Gage.

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Coaching Staff

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Cowboys

Joe Bob Clements

Defensive Line | Second Year at OSU/16th Overall Kansas State, 1999 • Defensive line coach Joe Bob Clements joined the Oklahoma State coaching staff in January of 2013 immediately after helping lead his alma mater, Kansas State, to the Big 12 title in 2012 as the Wildcats’ defensive run game coordinator and defensive ends coach. • His impact was felt immediately at OSU, as the Cowboy defensive linemen combined for 19.5 sacks during his first year in Stillwater, up from 12.5 the year prior to his arrival. Defensive tackle Calvin Barnett was a first-team All-Big 12 selection by the Associated Press and the Big 12 coaches. • Oklahoma State saw significant improvement in the scoring column in Clements’ first year, limiting opponents to 21.6 points per game, down from 28.2 points per game the year prior to his arrival. Thanks in no small part to the defensive line, OSU allowed only 11 rushing touchdowns during the 2013 regular season, a mark that ranked 11th nationally. • OSU’s 95 tackles for loss in Clements’ first year set the fourthhighest single-season total in school history and the Cowboys’ 29 quarterback hurries ranked sixth.

• From 2004-05, Clements served as K-State’s recruiting coordinator. The two recruiting classes he spearheaded produced future NFL players Zac Diles, Yamon Figurs, Tearrius George, Justin McKinney and Reggie Walker.

Year By Year

• Clements spent seven seasons as a full-time member of the K-State coaching staff, plus two seasons at San Diego State and one season at Kansas prior to joining the staff at Oklahoma State. • At San Diego State from 2006-07, Clements’ time was highlighted by the performance of first-team all-Mountain West Conference defensive lineman Antwan Applewhite. In Applewhite, Clements coached the first Aztec defensive lineman to earn first-team allMountain West Conference honors in seven years. • At Kansas in 2008, Clements helped coach the Jayhawks to an eight-win season and a win over division champion and archrival Missouri. The 2008 Jayhawks picked up a convincing 42-21 win over Minnesota in the Insight Bowl. • Clements broke into coaching as a student assistant at K-State in 1999, was elevated to a graduate assistant post with the Wildcats in 2001 and earned his first full-time coaching position when Bill Snyder promoted him to K-State defensive ends coach in 2003. • Clements played defensive end at K-State from 1994-98. He was a member of five bowl teams with the Wildcats, highlighted by trips to the Cotton and Fiesta Bowls. • Clements graduated from Kansas State in 1999 with a bachelors degree in mass communications, then added a master’s degree in counseling (student development) from K-State in 2009. PERSONAL • Clements and his wife, Pelusa, have four children, Orianna, Chance, Emma and Kaden.

Year School

Position

1999-2000 Kansas State

Student Assistant

2001-02

Kansas State

Graduate Assistant

2003-05

Kansas State

Defensive Ends

2006-07

San Diego State

Defensive Line

2008

Kansas

Defensive Line

2009-11

Kansas State

Defensive Ends

2012

Kansas State

Defensive Run Game Coord. (DE)

2013-pres. Oklahoma State

Defensive Line

Bowl Games 1999

Holiday Bowl

2001

Insight.com Bowl

2001

Cotton Bowl

2002

Holiday Bowl

2004

Fiesta Bowl

2008

Insight Bowl

2010

Pinstripe Bowl

2012

Cotton Bowl

2013

Fiesta Bowl

2014

Cotton Bowl

Prominent Pupils Antwan Applewhite, Carolina Panthers Caleb Blakesley, Kansas Adam Davis, Kansas State Thomas Houchin, Indianapolis Colts Kevin Huntley, Atlanta Falcons Andrew Shull, Detroit Lions Meshak Williams, Baltimore Ravens

• The Cowboys finished 2013 ranked in the top 25 nationally in scoring defense (19th), turnovers gained (fifth), passes intercepted (third), red zone defense (seventh), pass efficiency defense (sixth), tackles for loss (16th) and third-down conversion percentage defense (seventh) just one year after ranking in the top 25 nationally in only one of those categories (tackles for loss - 25th in 2012). • The Cowboys forced 33 turnovers in Clements’ first year, with defensive linemen responsible for six fumbles forced, four fumbles recovered and two blocked kicks. • The disruptive nature of the OSU defensive line played a role in the 2013 Cowboys ranking third in school history in yards per pass attempt defense and third in pass efficiency defense. • During Clements’ 16 combined years as a player, staffer and full-time assistant coach at K-State, the Wildcats won two Big 12 championships, four Big 12 North championships, won nine or more games in a season 11 times and won 10 or more games in a season nine times. • In 2012, K-State led the Big 12 in scoring defense, ranked second in the conference in rushing defense, turnovers gained and sacks and was third in both total defense and pass efficiency defense. One of Clements’ defensive ends, Meshak Williams, was honored as Big 12 defensive lineman of the year after leading the league in sacks and another, Adam Davis, was a second-team all-Big 12 honoree who led the league with four fumbles forced.

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• A native of Carrollton, Texas, who graduated from Texas A&M Commerce in 1994 with a degree in kinesiology and then a master’s degree in health, physical education and recreation, Connelly was an All-America offensive guard as well as a two-time member of the Academic All-America team during his playing days. He was singled out as his school’s male athlete of the year. • He and his wife, Racquel, have two daughters, Taylor and Paige.

Bob Connelly

Offensive Line | First Year at OSU/19th Overall Texas A&M Commerce, 1994 • Bob Connelly joined the Oklahoma State coaching staff in February of 2014. • Connelly, an 18-year coaching veteran with full-time coaching stops at such programs as Alabama, UCLA, Arizona State and Washington State, has Texas roots and has coached offensive linemen his entire career. • Highlighting the nine bowl teams he has coached during his career are the 1998 Texas A&M squad that played in the Sugar Bowl, the 2002 Washington State squad that played in the Rose Bowl and the 2005 Alabama squad that played in the Cotton Bowl. • Among the players he has coached are 2008 Outland Trophy winner and the sixth overall pick of the 2009 NFL Draft, Andre Smith, plus three other players who were also selected in the first three rounds of the NFL Draft in Justin Smiley (second round in 2004), Evan Mathis (third round in 2005) and Antoine Caldwell (third round in 2009). Mathis went on to earn a Pro Bowl selection in 2013. • Prior to joining the staff at OSU, Connelly’s most recent collegiate coaching stop came at Arizona State, where he held the title of associate head coach and mentored the Sun Devil offensive line in 2012. • During his season in Tempe, he took an ASU offensive line that had lost seven seniors from the season before and turned it into one that paved the way for an offense that ranked in the top 25 nationally in scoring, rushing offense and total offense. • Connelly served on Mike Price’s coaching staff at Washington State from 2001-02 and helped the Cougars to a 20-5 record during his two seasons there for the best two-year stretch in WSU history. The Cougars ranked in the top 25 nationally in scoring offense, total offense and passing offense in both of Connelly’s seasons.

Year By Year Year School 1995 Texas A&M Commerce 1996-97 Cisco Junior College 1998 Texas A&M 1999 Cal State Northridge 2000 San Jose State 2001-02 Washington State 2003-06 Alabama 2007 UCLA 2008-11 UTEP 2012 Arizona State 2013 Oklahoma State

Position Offensive Line and Tight Ends Offensive Line and Tight Ends Graduate Assistant Offensive Line and Tight Ends Offensive Line Offensive Line Offensive Line Offensive Line Associate Head Coach, Co-Offensive Coordinator, Offensive Line Associate Head Coach, Offensive Line Offensive Line

Bowl Games 1998 Sugar Bowl 2001 Sun Bowl 2002 Rose Bowl 2004 Music City Bowl 2005 Cotton Bowl 2006 Independence Bowl 2007 Las Vegas Bowl 2010 New Mexico Bowl 2012 Fight Hunger Bowl Prominent Pupils Andre Smith, Cincinnati Bengals and 2008 Outland Trophy winner Evan Mathis, Philadelphia Eagles, NFL Pro Bowl selection Wesley Britt, New England Patriots Justin Smiley, San Francisco 49ers Antoine Caldwell, Houston Texans Rex Tucker, Chicago Bears Cameron Spikes, Arizona Cardinals Seth McKinney, Miami Dolphins Billy Yates, New England Patriots

• He left Washington State for Alabama in 2003 and helped the Crimson Tide go from a team that went 4-9 to 10-2 in just two years. • Following a one-year stop at UCLA in 2007, Connelly rejoined Price - this time at UTEP - in 2008. The Miners averaged more than 400 yards of total offense per game in both 2008 and in 2009. The 2009 squad ranked 18th nationally in total offense and was 20th nationally in passing offense.

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Coaching Staff • During his time at UTEP, he coached nine all-conference athletes,

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the 2004 Western Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year in Robert Rodriguez and a second-round NFL draft choice in Thomas Howard. Howard went on to become an every day starter for the Oakland Raiders and Cincinnati Bengals. • In addition to his role at UTEP, Duffie worked with the Detroit Lions in the summer of 2001 in a coaching fellowship.

Tim Duffie

Safeties | Second Year At OSU/15th Overall Texas Tech, 1999 • Tim Duffie joined the Oklahoma State staff in March of 2013 and coaches the Cowboy safeties. • In his first season in Stillwater, the Cowboys showed significant improvement by holding opponents to 21.6 points per game, down from 28.2 points per game the year prior to his arrival.

• As a two-year starter and four-year letterwinner playing for coach Spike Dykes at Texas Tech, Duffie had 202 tackles, six tackles for loss, one sack, three passes broken up and two interceptions from 1996-99. As a senior, he started all 11 games and racked up a single-game career-high 18 tackles at Missouri. A second-team all-state selection at Jefferson High School in his hometown of Jefferson, Texas, Duffie earned Cypress Valley Player of the Year honors and was an all-district performer on three occasions. In addition to football, he lettered in basketball, baseball and track.

• The Cowboys finished 2013 ranked in the top 25 nationally in scoring defense (19th), turnovers gained (fifth), passes intercepted (third), red zone defense (seventh), pass efficiency defense (sixth), tackles for loss (16th) and third-down conversion percentage defense (seventh) just one year after ranking in the top 25 nationally in only one of those categories (tackles for loss - 25th in 2012).

• Duffie earned a bachelor’s degree in exercise and sports science

• The 2013 Cowboys ranked third in school history in yards per pass attempt defense and third in pass efficiency defense. OSU’s 21 interceptions in Duffie’s first year were the sixth-highest total in school history and its 60 pass breakups ranked seventh.

Year by Year

• Duffie coached Daytawion Lowe to second-team All-Big 12 honors by the Associated Press and the coaches in 2013. • Duffie came to Stillwater after spending the 2012 season coaching the secondary at Wake Forest. In his lone season at Wake, the Demon Deacons led the Atlantic Coast Conference and ranked 25th nationally in turnover margin.

from Texas Tech in 1999 and a masters in education administration from UTEP in 2002. • He and his wife, Autumn, have two sons together, Memphis and Manhattan. He also has a son, Timias.

Year School

Position

2000-01

UTEP

Graduate Assistant

2001

Detroit Lions

Minority Coaching Fellowship

2002-07

UTEP

Safeties from 2002-03, 2007;

Linebackers from 2004-06

2008-11

Cornerbacks from 2008-10;

Colorado State

Secondary in 2011

2012

Secondary

Wake Forest

2013-pres. Oklahoma State

Safeties

Bowl Games

• Prior to his time at Wake Forest, Duffie spent 2008-11 at Colorado State. He was cornerbacks coach from 2008-10 and then coached the entire Rams secondary in 2011. He served as CSU’s primary recruiter for the state of Texas.

2004

Houston Bowl

2005

GMAC Bowl

2008

New Mexico Bowl

2014

Cotton Bowl

• While in Fort Collins, Duffie was heavily involved in recruiting much of CSU’s top talent, including Crockett Gillmore, an all-conference performer in his first season as a tight end in 2011, Weston Richburg, a 2010 freshman All-American, and Austin Gray, a 12-game starter at safety as a freshman in 2011. In his first year at the reins of the Rams full secondary in 2011, Duffie was instrumental in helping CSU finish the regular season ranked 14th in the nation by allowing only 179.6 passing yards per game.

Prominent Pupils Quintin Demps, Houston Texans Thomas Howard, Cincinnati Bengals Robert Rodriguez, Tennessee Titans Trey Merkens, Atlanta Falcons

• Duffie broke into coaching at UTEP, where he served as a graduate assistant coaching linebackers in 2000 and then safeties in 2001. He was elevated to his first full-time position coaching the Miners safeties from 2002-03 then served as UTEP’s linebackers coach from 2004-06 and back to safeties in 2007.

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Coaching Staff • Dunn led the nation in both receptions per game (8.0 avg.) and

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receiving yards per game (105.8 avg.) as a junior in 1990. He ranked No. 3 nationally with 85 receptions as a senior and was fifth with 73 catches as a sophomore in 1989. The Vandals claimed

PERSONAL • Dunn and his wife, Janelle, have two daughters, Kayla and Lauren.

three Big Sky Conference titles during Dunn’s playing career and went 24-12. • A native of San Diego, Calif., he went on to play professionally

Kasey Dunn

Receivers | Fourth Year at OSU/22nd Overall Idaho, 1992 • Receivers coach Kasey Dunn joined the Oklahoma State staff in February of 2011. His three seasons in Stillwater all rank among the top seven in school history for scoring offense, total offense, passing offense and passing touchdowns. • Dunn coached Justin Blackmon to the 2011 Biletnikoff Award as America’s top wide receiver in addition to coaching him to unanimous All-America recognition. Under Dunn’s watch, Blackmon set the OSU single-season record for receptions in 2011 and was the fifth overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. • In Dunn’s first two years on staff, Oklahoma State ranked in the top five nationally in scoring offense and total offense both years and was second nationally in passing in 2011 and seventh nationally in passing in 2012. • With Dunn on staff at OSU, both Justin Blackmon (122 receptions in 2011) and Josh Stewart (101 receptions in 2012) had seasons with more than 100 catches. • In 2013, Dunn’s work with the receivers contributed to OSU turning in the sixth-best season in school history for scoring offense and the fourth-best season in school history for passing offense. • Dunn helped receiver Josh Stewart move into the top four in school history for career receptions and to second-team All-Big 12 honors by the coaches in 2013. • In 2013, the Cowboys ranked 14th nationally by averaging 39.1 points per game. • Dunn spent the 2010 season serving as wide receivers coach at Southern Miss after a two-year stay as running backs coach for the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks.

with British Columbia (1992) and Edmonton (1993) of the CFL, and Houston (1992) of the NFL before launching his coaching career. • In 1993, he served as a volunteer assistant at his alma mater, working with the wide receivers. • Dunn then worked as tight ends and receivers coach at the University of San Diego in 1994 before returning to Idaho as cornerbacks coach in 1995. • Dunn has worked on both sides of the ball during stops at Arizona (2004-06), Texas Christian (2003), Washington State (1998-2002), New Mexico (1996-97) and Idaho (1993 and 1995). In addition, he served minority internships with both the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks (2003) and Denver Broncos (1997). • Dunn spent several months at Maryland in 2008 before accepting a position with the Seattle Seahawks. • He also worked during the 2007 season on the Baylor staff, where he held the title of special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach, and was elevated to assistant head coach early in his tenure. • Before his stop at Baylor, Dunn was the running backs coach at Arizona where he mentored three future NFL backs, including Mike Bell, who ended his career in 2005 with a third consecutive 900-yard season. Bell finished his collegiate career ranked fourth on Arizona’s all-time rushing chart, totaling 3,163 yards on 678

Year School

Position

1993

Idaho

Volunteer Assistant

1994

San Diego

Tight Ends and Wide Receivers

1995

Idaho

Cornerbacks

1996-97

New Mexico

Cornerbacks

1998-02

Washington State

Running Backs/

Special Teams Coordinator

from 2000-02

2003

TCU

Cornerbacks

2004-06

Arizona

Running Backs

2007

Baylor

Wide Receivers/

Special Teams Coordinator

2008-09

Seattle Seahawks

Running Backs

2010

Southern Miss

Wide Receivers

2011-pres. Oklahoma State

1997

Insight.com Bowl

2001

Sun Bowl

2003

Rose Bowl

2003

Forth Worth Bowl

2010

Beef O’Brady’s Bowl

2012

Fiesta Bowl

2013

Heart of Dallas Bowl

2014

Cotton Bowl

Prominent Pupils Justin Blackmon, Jacksonville Jaguars Edgerrin James, Seattle Seahawks Julius Jones, Seattle Seahawks Justin Forsett, Seattle Seahawks

• Dunn was on the defensive side of the ball at TCU where he

David Gettis, Carolina Panthers

coached cornerbacks and helped the Horned Frogs to an 11-2 record and a bid in the Fort Worth Bowl. • During his five-year tenure on Mike Price’s Washington State

• With the Seahawks in 2009, Dunn oversaw running backs Julius Jones and Justin Forsett as they combined to carry the ball 291 times for 1,282 yards and make 76 receptions for 582 yards.

school history (2001 Sun Bowl and 2003 Rose Bowl) and started a

Wide Receivers

Bowl Games

attempts (4.7 avg.).

• During his year at Southern Miss, the Golden Eagles went 8-5 and played in the Beef O’Brady’s Bowl. The Golden Eagles ranked 18th nationally in total offense and were 15th nationally in scoring offense. Receivers Johdrick Morris and Kelvin Bolden combined for 96 receptions for 1,406 yards and 10 receiving touchdowns.

• A 1992 University of Idaho graduate, Dunn was a standout receiver at Idaho from 1987-91. He was a three-time All-American who ended his career with school records in receptions (268), yards (3,847) and was second in touchdowns (25). At the end of his career, his catch total and receiving yards ranked second all-time in the Football Championship Subdivision, trailing only Jerry Rice. His career receptions and career yards totals still stand as Vandals’ school records, while his 25 career touchdown receptions are second all-time.

Year By Year

T.J. Duckett, Seattle Seahawks Mike Bell, New Orleans Saints Chris Henry, Tennessee Titans

staff, he served as running backs coach. In addition, he was the special teams coordinator his final three seasons. In 2001, he was also elevated to assistant head coach. In his time in Pullman, the Cougars went to back-to-back bowl games for the first time in three-year run of 10-victory campaigns. • He also coached two WSU running backs to school records, with Kevin Brown rushing for a sophomore school-record 1,046 yards in 1998 and Deon Burnett establishing a WSU freshman mark by rushing for 974 yards in 1999. • Prior to that he served as cornerbacks coach at New Mexico, helping the Lobos secure an appearance in the 1997 Insight.com Bowl.

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Van Malone

Cornerbacks | Third Year at OSU/12th Overall Texas • Van Malone joined the Oklahoma State staff in February of 2012. He came to Stillwater after spending two years serving as secondary coach and recruiting coordinator at Tulsa. • He coached the Cowboy safeties in 2012 before switching to cornerbacks coach prior to the 2013 season. • Under Malone’s direct guidance in 2013, Justin Gilbert became a consensus All-American and was a finalist for the Thorpe Award presented to the nation’s top defensive back. Gilbert ranked third nationally with seven interceptions and had two pick-sixes in 2013. • With Malone on staff, the Cowboys ranked fifth nationally with 33 turnovers forced in 2013. 11 of those turnovers involved his cornerbacks. OSU showed marked improvement in scoring defense, holding its 2013 regular-season opponents to 21.6 points per game after allowing 28.2 points per game the previous year. • The Cowboys finished 2013 ranked in the top 25 nationally in scoring defense (19th), turnovers gained (fifth), passes intercepted (third), red zone defense (seventh), pass efficiency defense (sixth), tackles for loss (16th) and third-down conversion percentage defense (seventh) just one year after ranking in the top 25 nationally in only one of those categories (tackles for loss - 25th in 2012).

• Prior to his appointment at Tulsa, Malone spent four seasons at

• A native of Houston who majored in education/sports

Texas A&M as a secondary coach. He coached the cornerbacks in

management while at Texas, Malone completed his undergraduate

his first two years (2006-07) and spent his final two seasons (2008-

work through the NFL’s degree completion program and earned his

09) coaching the safeties.

degree in social science from the University of Houston in 2002.

• Malone coached defensive backs at the University of North Texas

• Malone continues to serve on the National Minority Issues

during the 2005 season and also assisted coaching the special

Committee and the program committee of the American Football

teams.

Coaches Association (AFCA). He is a lifetime member of the Texas High School Coaches Association, was a member of the Houston

• Before that, Malone served as the cornerback coach and worked

Coaches Association (1998-2003) and the Houston Area Minority

with the special teams at Western Michigan in 2004.

Coaches Association (1998-2003). He is a member of the National Black Coaches Association and the National Federation of High

• In 2003, Malone served a NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship with Dakota State University.

• Malone and his wife, Nedra, have three sons: Van, Vaughn, and Vincent.

• Malone played five seasons in the NFL after being drafted in the second round - the 57th selection overall - by the Detroit Lions in

Year By Year

1994. He played in every game as a rookie and was a standout

Year School

Position

special teams player earning Special Teams Player of the Week

2003

Minority Coaching Fellowship

Detroit Lions

on six different occasions. His special teams play earned him a

2003

North Dakota State Wide Receivers

nomination for the Pro Bowl in 1994 and 1995.

2004

Western Michigan Cornerbacks/Special Teams

2005

North Texas

Defensive Backs/Special Teams

• The Lions reached the NFL playoffs in both 1994 and 1995. In

2006-09

Texas A&M

Corners/Safeties

1996, Malone started every game and was named the special

2010-11

Tulsa

teams captain and was awarded a game ball three times. After the

2012-pres. Oklahoma State

Safeties in 2012;

1997 season, Malone signed a contract with the Arizona Cardinals

Cornerbacks from 2013-present

Bowl Games • During his time with the Lions, Malone also served as a marketing

2006

Holiday Bowl

intern with Reebok International and also provided post-game

2007

Alamo Bowl

analysis and commentary for Fox Television Sports as a co-host

2009

Independence Bowl

in Detroit (Fox2). He was a True Value NFL Man of the Year

2010

Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl

semifinalist and was called on by the club to speak to many

2011

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl

organizations.

2013

Heart of Dallas Bowl

2014

Cotton Bowl

• Beginning in 1997, Malone was a youth camp director and football coordinator at the Texas Sports Development Academy in San

Prominent Pupils

• The 2013 Cowboys ranked third in school history in yards per

Antonio. He also co-founded and headed up the “New Beginnings”,

Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma State

pass attempt defense and third in pass efficiency defense. OSU’s

a non-profit charity organization in Houston.

Melvin Bullitt, Indianapolis Colts

60 pass breakups ranked seventh.

Secondary/Recruiting Coord.

and retired after the 1998 season due to injury.

21 interceptions were the sixth-highest total in school history and its

Danny Gorrer, Baltimore Ravens • Malone began coaching in the high school ranks at his alma

Von Miller, Denver Broncos

mater, Houston Waltrip, from 1999-2002. He also coached at • With Malone serving as his position coach, Cowboy safety

Jordan Pugh, Carolina Panthers

Conroe High School from 2002-03. He earned the Houston High

Daytawion Lowe ranked among the team leaders in tackles, pass

Joe Mays, Philadelphia Eagles

School Coaches Association “Assistant Coach of the Year” in 2000

Damaris Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles

and was also honored by the Houston Police Department with the

Greg Jennings, Green Bay Packers

breakups, interceptions and forced fumbles in 2012. • Forcing turnovers was a recurring theme during Malone’s time in Tulsa. In 2010, the Tulsa defense ranked first nationally in interceptions with 24, while the Hurricane was the NCAA’s secondranked team for turnover margin and third for turnovers gained. In 2011, Tulsa was 12th nationally with 18 passes intercepted and 25th with 28 turnovers gained despite facing elite quarterbacks such as Oklahoma State’s Brandon Weeden, Boise State’s Kellen Moore, Houston’s Case Keenum and Oklahoma’s Landry Jones. • With Malone on staff, Tulsa compiled a 13-3 record in Conference USA.

School Coaches Association.

the Detroit Lions and also worked with wide receivers at North

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“Lifesaver of the Year” Award. PERSONAL • Malone was a four-year letterman (1990-93) at the University of Texas, earning third-team All-America honors and All-SWC accolades as a defensive back his senior season. He was honored as a Longhorn team captain in 1993 and was awarded the Darrell Royal Award for tenacity in 1993 as well. Malone played in the Blue-Gray All-Star Classic and the Hula Bowl following his senior campaign. As a freshman in 1990, Malone earned The Sporting News Freshman All-America mention as Texas won the Southwest Conference Championship.

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Jason Ray

Receivers | Second Year at OSU/Sixth Overall Missouri, 2007 • Jason Ray joined the Oklahoma State staff in January of 2013 immediately following a four-year tenure at Wyoming in which he coached UW’s running backs from 2009-11 and the Wyoming receivers in 2012. • Ray’s work with the receivers contributed to OSU turning in the sixth-best season in school history for scoring offense and the fourth-best season in school history for passing offense. • Under Ray’s guidance in 2013, receiver Josh Stewart moved into the top four in school history for career receptions and was a second-team All-Big 12 selection by the coaches. • Ray worked directly with OSU’s punt returners and kick returners, with both groups thriving under his tutelage in 2013. Justin Gilbert ranked fifth in the Big 12 and 27th nationally with 25.2 yards per

nationally with 16.7 yards per punt return. Both Gilbert and Stewart

• He was part of a Missouri offense that ranked No. 5 in the nation

scored in the return game, with Gilbert taking a kickoff back 100

in total offense, averaging 490.3 yards per game. The 2007 Tiger

yards for a score and Stewart taking two punts back for scores.

offense also ranked No. 8 in the NCAA in scoring offense (39.9

One of Stewart’s punt return touchdowns spanned 95 yards to set a

points per game) and No. 9 in passing offense (314.1 yards per

Big 12 record. It was the longest punt return in the nation in 2013.

game).

• Ray had a hand in Oklahoma State finishing 2013 ranked 11th in

Year By Year

the country in punt returns, 37th nationally in kickoff returns, and

Year School

Position

14th nationally in scoring offense.

2009-12

Running Backs from 2009-11,

• The job at Wyoming was Ray’s first in coaching, as his previous

Wyoming

receivers in 2012

2013-pres. Oklahoma State

Receivers

job was as a development associate with the Tiger Scholarship Fund at the University of Missouri.

Bowl Games 2009

New Mexico Bowl

• Ray’s lead pupil at Wyoming was Alvester Alexander, who finished

2011

New Mexico Bowl

his career ninth on the school’s career rushing list with 2,127 career

2014

Cotton Bowl

yards and third in career rushing touchdowns with 27. In 2010, Ray coached Alexander to honorable mention All-Mountain West

Prominent Pupils

honors. Alexander set new UW records for rushing touchdowns in

Alvester Alexander, Chicago Bears Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State

a single season (14 in 2010) and a single game (five vs. Colorado State in 2010) under Ray’s coaching. • Ray was a receiver at Missouri from 2003 through 2007 and during his time in Columbia he was part of four bowl teams. He was also an academic All-Big 12 selection and a member of the Commissioners Honor Roll. Ray was voted president of the Missouri Student-Athlete Advisory Committee as a senior, and he was a team captain for Missouri’s 12-win team in 2007.

kickoff return and Josh Stewart led the Big 12 and ranked fourth

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Jemal Singleton

Running Backs | Fourth Year at OSU/14th Overall Air force, 1999 • Jemal Singleton joined the Oklahoma State staff in February of 2011. • In both of Singleton’s first two seasons on staff, Oklahoma State ranked in the top five nationally in total offense and scoring offense. • The Cowboys have scored more than 50 points 11 times, broke the 60-point mark in five contests, the 70-point mark twice and the 80-point plateau once with Singleton on the sidelines. • Under Singleton’s watch in 2012, Joseph Randle was a unanimous first-team All-Big 12 selection after leading the league with 112.6 rushing yards per game during the regular season. Randle also ranked among the conference leaders in touchdowns and all-purpose yards per game. He went on to be selected by the

• A 1999 graduate of the Air Force Academy, Singleton served in

• Singleton began his Air Force and coaching career at the USAFA

multiple capacities at his alma mater from 2000-10, earning a full-

Prep School in 2000. He served as an instructor and assistant head

time varsity coaching appointment in 2006.

coach/offensive coordinator. Singleton was then stationed at Little Rock AFB in Jacksonville, Ark., from January 2001 to January 2003

• Singleton served as the Falcons’ running backs coach from 2006-

as a public affairs officer. He returned to the Academy in the spring

10 and held the title of running game coordinator from 2007-10.

of 2003 and served as the executive officer for the athletic director

During his tenure, Air Force won the conference rushing title and

before taking over as the junior varsity defensive coordinator and

ranked in the top 10 nationally each season.

varsity assistant coach.

• In 2010, the Falcons ranked second in the country with 306.5

• The son of a retired Air Force sergeant, Singleton was born in

rushing yards per game. Asher Clark became the 13th player in the

Incirlik, Turkey. He graduated from Taft High School in San Antonio,

program’s history to reach 1,000 yards with 1,031. He averaged

Texas, where he was a three-year letterman and all-state honoree.

79.3 yards per game and Jared Tew delivered 74.9 yards per

He was also the district most valuable player as a senior and was

game in eight contests. The team’s 3,985 rushing yards marked

coached by the late Mike Haynes.

the second-best total in Mountain West Conference history and the team’s 41 rushing touchdowns shared a MWC record.

Personal • Singleton and his wife, Jennifer, have two daughters, Morgan and

• Clark (2008) and Tew (2009) both secured outstanding player

Mallory.

honors at the Armed Forces Bowl under Singleton’s guidance. • Along with Clark and Tew, Singleton also mentored 2008

Year By Year

graduate Chad Hall into one of the most explosive running backs

Year School

Position

in the nation. Hall was a third-team All-American in 2007 and

2000-01

Prep School Assistant

Air Force

was the conference offensive player of the year after rushing for

2003-05

Air Force

Varsity Assistant

a conference-best 1,478 yards, which is the second-best single-

2006-10

Air Force

Running Backs, Run Game Coord.

season effort in school history.

from 2007-10

2011-pres. Oklahoma State

Running Backs

Dallas Cowboys in the 2013 NFL Draft.

• Singleton developed a young group of running backs that helped

• The OSU running backs combined to score 27 rushing

in 2009.

2007

Armed Forces Bowl

2008

Armed Forces Bowl

the 2012 season.

• In Singleton’s first year as running backs coach, he helped

2009

Armed Forces Bowl

2010

Independence Bowl

• Oklahoma State scored 35 rushing touchdowns during the 2013

Falcons had 28 fumbles. However, with Singleton coaching the Air

2012

Fiesta Bowl

2013

Heart of Dallas Bowl

of nearly one less fumble per game.

2014

Cotton Bowl

• Singleton is a 1999 graduate of the Academy where he earned his

Prominent Pupils

touchdowns and add another three receiving touchdowns during

regular season, a mark that ranked the Cowboys second in the Big 12 and 15th nationally. It was the sixth-highest single-season mark in school history.

Air Force rank third nationally with a 283.5 yards-per-game average

dramatically decrease Air Force’s number of fumbles. In 2005, the Force backs in 2006, the Falcons had just 19 fumbles, an average

Bowl Games

Joseph Randle, Dallas Cowboys

• Despite not starting until the seventh game of the 2013 season,

bachelor’s degree in social sciences. He played running back for

Desmond Roland led all Big 12 running backs and was 31st

the Falcons from 1995-98.

Asher Clark, Air Force

• A co-captain of the 1998 squad, Singleton was a three-year

Jared Tew, Air Force

nationally with 13 rushing touchdowns. • Perhaps Singleton’s greatest point of emphasis as a coach is ball

letterwinner at halfback and was an honorable mention All-Western

security, and the Cowboy running backs were spectacular in that

Athletic Conference selection his senior year.

Chad Hall, Air Force

area in 2013, fumbling only four times in 393 touches. As a team, OSU’s five fumbles lost led the Big 12 and ranked fifth nationally.

• While at the Academy, Singleton helped lead the school to new heights. The team won 10 or more games in back-to-back seasons

• Singleton coached Joseph Randle to a spot on the Associated

for the first time in school history during his junior and senior

Press first-team All-Big 12 squad in 2011 after Randle ranked fourth

campaigns.

nationally in touchdowns scored and was fourth in both rushing touchdowns and scoring per game. • Singleton coached the Cowboy running backs to 10 100-yard

• The 1997 team went 10-3 while the 1998 squad went 12-1 and won the school’s first outright conference title.

games in 2011, with Randle accounting for six and both Jeremy Smith and Herschel Sims tacking on an additional two, respectively. Both Randle (151 yards and two touchdowns) and Smith (119 yards and two touchdowns) eclipsed the 100-yard mark in Oklahoma State’s Big 12 championship-clinching win over Oklahoma.

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Coaching Staff • In just two years under Spencer’s guidance, linebacker Alex

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Cowboys

Glenn Spencer

Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Seventh Year at OSU/27th Overall | Georgia Tech, 1987 • Glenn Spencer was promoted to defensive coordinator in January of 2013. He coached the Cowboy defensive line in 2008 and has coached the OSU linebackers from 2009 through the present. • The Cowboys have become one of the Big 12’s elite teams with Spencer on the staff, as OSU has amassed a 59-19 record since he came to Stillwater prior to the 2008 season - a mark that ranks eighth nationally during that span. OSU won a share of the Big 12 South title in 2010 and won the Big 12 outright in 2011. The Cowboys appeared in - and won - their first-ever BCS bowl game in 2011 with a victory over Stanford in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.

Elkins went from not playing high school football to leading OSU in tackles during the 2012 season. • The Oklahoma State defense has been among the nation’s most opportunistic since 2009, as the Cowboys have forced 163 turnovers to lead the nation. OSU ranked No. 1 in the country with 44 turnovers forced in 2011, was fifth with 34 in 2010 and was fifth in 2013 with 33. • Oklahoma State led the nation in turnover margin and fumbles recovered and ranked second in the nation in passes intercepted in 2011. OSU led the Big 12 in scoring defense in conference games and was 12th nationally in red zone defense. • Under Spencer’s guidance, middle linebacker Orie Lemon exploded onto the national stage in 2010. A first-team All-Big 12 honoree, Lemon ranked third in the Big 12 and 18th in the nation with 10.2 tackles per game. His 101 solo tackles led the Big 12 and ranked third nationally. Lemon finished with 133 total tackles. In his three previous seasons combined prior to 2010, Lemon had 96 tackles. • Spencer was part of a defensive coaching staff that helped OSU improve to 31st nationally in total defense and a group that ranked 11th nationally in rushing defense in ’09.

• Under Spencer’s watch, the Cowboy defense was a crucial component in OSU recording only the sixth 10-win season in school history, but the third in a span of four seasons.

• Before coming to OSU in 2008, he spent the previous three seasons as assistant head coach, recruiting coordinator and defensive backs coach at Duke.

• A 2013 nominee for the Broyles Award given to the nation’s top assistant coach, Spencer oversaw a significant improvement in Oklahoma State’s defense from 2012 to 2013. In Spencer’s first year as defensive coordinator, the Cowboys limited opponents to 21.6 points per game, down from 28.2 points per game the year before he took over.

• During his time with the Blue Devils, Spencer coached John Talley to first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors in both 2005 and 2006. He did remarkable work on the recruiting front for Duke, helping the Blue Devils land the nation’s No. 31 class in 2005 and the No. 36 class in 2006, according to Scout.com.

• In 2013, he led one of the most impressive defensive turnarounds in the nation. The Cowboys finished 2013 ranked in the top 25 nationally in scoring defense (19th), turnovers gained (fifth), passes intercepted (third), red zone defense (seventh), pass efficiency defense (sixth), tackles for loss (16th) and third-down conversion percentage defense (seventh) just one year after ranking in the top 25 nationally in only one of those categories (tackles for loss - 25th in 2012). • The 2013 Cowboys ranked third in school history in yards per pass attempt defense and third in pass efficiency defense. OSU’s 21 interceptions were the sixth-highest total in school history and its 60 pass breakups ranked seventh. • Cornerback Justin Gilbert was a 2013 finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award given to the nation’s top defensive back and he was joined by defensive tackle Calvin Barnett and linebacker Caleb Lavey on the 2013 first-team All-Big 12 squad as chosen by the Associated Press. Linebacker Shaun Lewis was a first-team All-Big 12 honoree as selected by the Big 12 coaches. • Spencer’s linebackers helped lead the way for OSU to lead the Big 12 in red zone scoring defense, rank third in rushing defense, fourth in pass efficiency defense and second in third-down defense in 2012.

• Prior to his arrival at Duke, Spencer coached the defensive line at Georgia Tech in 2002 and 2003 and served as the Yellow Jackets’ running backs coach in 2001. With Spencer coaching the defensive line, Georgia Tech ranked 12th nationally in rushing defense, 20th in total defense and 27th in scoring defense in 2003 and placed a pair of representatives on the All-ACC squad. Eric Henderson earned first-team recognition after leading the conference with 11 quarterback sacks and logging 24 tackles for loss, and Travis Parker earned honorable mention honors. In addition, Spencer coached Mansfield Wrotto to Freshman All-America honors. • Spencer coached All-ACC tailback Joe Burns in 2001, helping Burns to become just the fifth 1,000-yard rusher in Yellow Jacket history. • During his time with Georgia Tech, he coached the Yellow Jackets in the Silicon Valley Football Classic in 2002 and the Seattle Bowl in 2001. He helped Georgia Tech to an appearance in the 2003 Humanitarian Bowl, but did not coach in the game as he accepted the assistant head coach job at Duke following the regular season but prior to the bowl game.

He led the team to an 8-3 mark in 1999 and a 10-2 record in 2000 and left West Georgia with a Gulf South Conference-record .800 winning percentage. • Spencer started his coaching career as an assistant at West Georgia in 1990. He coached the defensive line and linebackers for seven years before taking over as defensive coordinator in 1997 when the Braves captured the school’s first Gulf South Conference title while establishing a single-season school record for scoring defense. Personal • A native of Douglasville, Ga., Spencer graduated from Lithia Springs High School before lettering four seasons as a defensive tackle at Georgia Tech from 1982-85. He helped the Yellow Jackets to a 9-2-1 mark and a 17-14 win over Michigan State in the AllAmerican Bowl his senior year. • A 1987 graduate of Georgia Tech with a bachelor’s degree in management, Spencer has two sons, Luke and Abraham. He and his wife Jeannine were married in July of 2013.

Year By Year Year School 1990-96 West Georgia 1997 West Georgia 1998-2000 West Georgia 2001 Georgia Tech 2002-03 Georgia Tech 2004-06 Duke 2008-pres. Oklahoma State

Position Defensive Line and Linebackers Defensive Coordinator Head Coach Running Backs Defensive Line Assistant Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator/Defensive Backs Defensive Line in 2008, Linebackers from 2009-present, Co-Defensive Coord. from 2011-12, Defensive Coord. from 2013-pres.

Bowl Games 2001 Seattle Bowl 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic 2008 Holiday Bowl 2010 Cotton Bowl 2010 Alamo Bowl 2012 Fiesta Bowl 2013 Heart of Dallas Bowl 2014 Cotton Bowl Prominent Pupils Anthony Hargrove, New Orleans Saints Eric Henderson, Cincinnati Bengals Joe Burns, Buffalo Bills Orie Lemon, Kansas City Chiefs Alfred Malone, Houston Texans Vincent Rey, Cincinnati Bengals Gerris Wilkinson, New York Giants Alex Elkins, Detroit Lions

• Prior to his time at Tech, Spencer spent 11 seasons at West Georgia, highlighted by a successful three-year run as head coach from 1998-2000. Spencer compiled a 28-7 record that included Gulf South Conference championships and NCAA Division II playoff appearances in 1998 and 2000. The American Football Coaches Association honored him as the NCAA Division II Region Coach of the Year in 1998 after he coached the Braves to a 10-2 record.

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• Oklahoma State scored 35 rushing touchdowns during the 2013 regular season, a mark that ranked the Cowboys second in the Big 12 and 15th nationally. • Despite not starting until the seventh game of the 2013 season, Desmond Roland led all Big 12 running backs and was 31st nationally with 13 rushing touchdowns.

Mike Yurcich

Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Second Year at OSU/16th Overall | California (PA.), 1999 • Mike Yurcich joined the Oklahoma State coaching staff in February of 2013 after serving as offensive coordinator at Shippensburg University from 2011-12. • In his first year at OSU, the Cowboys ranked 14th nationally by averaging 39.1 points per game. OSU scored 40 or more points six times and 50 or more points four times. • In addition to racking up big point totals during Yurcich’s first year, the Cowboys led the Big 12 and ranked seventh nationally by losing only five fumbles. • Yurcich’s first year resulted in OSU recording the sixth-best season in school history for scoring offense, the fourth-best season in school history for passing offense and the sixth-best season in school history for rushing touchdowns. • Balance was a strong suit for the OSU offense during Yurcich’s first year as offensive coordinator, as 14 different players scored an offensive touchdown during the 2013 regular season. The Cowboys finished the regular season with 503 rushing attempts and 484 passing attempts. • Oklahoma State was one of only three teams in the nation to record a game with 500 passing yards and a game with 300 rushing yards during the 2013 season - and both of OSU’s came on the road. The Pokes hit UTSA for 518 passing yards and battered Iowa State with 348 rushing yards.

team set school records for points, touchdowns, total plays, first downs and total offense. His second team led the NCAA (Division II) in total offense (529.2 yards per game), and was second nationally in scoring (46.9 points per game) and passing offense

• With Yurcich serving as his position coach, Shippensburg quarterback Zach Zulli won the 2012 Harlon Hill Award as the accounting for 336 points and 56 touchdowns and tied the national record with 54 touchdown passes. Zulli ranked fourth in Division II in passing yards per game (365.2), third in total offense (382.4) and fifth in passing efficiency with a rating of 165.3

QBs/JV Coach from 2000-01,

Offensive Coord./QBs/JV Coach

in 2002

2003-04

Indiana

Offensive Graduate Assistant

2005-10

Edinboro

Quarterbacks/WRs in 2005,

Offensive Coord./QBs/WRs from

2006-10

2011-12

Offensive Coordinator/QBs

Shippensburg

2013-pres. Oklahoma State

Offensive Coordinator/QBs

Bowl Games 2014

Cotton Bowl

Prominent Pupils Trevor Harris, Edinboro Zach Zulli, Shippensburg

• Shippensburg scored 40 or more points 16 times in 24 games with Yurcich calling the plays from 2011-12. • Before coaching at Shippensburg, Yurcich spent time at Edinboro University from 2006-2010, where he served as offensive coordinator and coached quarterbacks and receivers. During his tenure at Edinboro, Yurcich coached All-America quarterback Trevor Harris, a four-time all-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West selection who signed a free agent contract with the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars. • Edinboro had back-to-back nine win seasons in 2008 and 2009. The Fighting Scots advanced to the 2009 NCAA Division II football playoffs where Harris set a Division II playoff record with 630 passing yards against West Liberty.

• With Yurcich serving as his position coach, OSU quarterback Clint Chelf ranked eighth nationally with an adjusted QBR of 83.9. Chelf was a two-time selection as Big 12 Player of the Week and was a second-team All-Big 12 honoree selected by the Associated Press and the Big 12 coaches.

Pennsylvania. He spent three seasons as the school’s starting

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Position

1999-2002 Saint Francis (Ind.) Running Backs Coach in 1999,

top player in Division II. Zulli set NCAA Division II records by

• Edinboro averaged at least 30 points per game from 2007-09 and

• Other offensive players to earn All-Big 12 honors under Yurcich’s watch were offensive lineman Parker Graham (first team by the Associated Press and by the coaches), fullback Kye Staley (second team by the coaches) and receiver Josh Stewart (second team by the coaches).

Year School

(387.7 yards per game) during an 11-2 season.

• Yurcich was at the reins for an Oklahoma State first when the Cowboys beat Iowa State, 58-27, and No. 15 Texas Tech, 52-34, in consecutive weeks to mark the first time in the history of the program that OSU scored 50 points or more in back-to-back road games.

• Quarterback J.W. Walsh set a single-game school record for completion percentage (min. 20 attempts) when he connected on 88.9 percent of his passes (24-of-27) against UTSA under Yurcich’s guidance.

• Yurcich helped re-write the record books at Shippensburg. His first

Year By Year

consistently ranked among Division II’s top offenses with Yurcich calling plays. • Yurcich is a 1999 graduate of California University in quarterback and was a two-year captain. He began his playing career at Mount Union College. He earned a degree in psychology at California and a master’s degree in education from St. Francis, where he picked up a school counseling license. Personal • Yurcich is a native of Euclid, Ohio. His wife, Julie, was an AllAmerica cross country athlete at Edinboro. They have two sons: Jack and Clay.

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Rob Glass

Asst. a.D./Speed, Strength and Conditioning 20th Year at OSU/29th Overall | Oklahoma State 1984 • Rob Glass is in his 10th year as assistant athletic director for speed, strength and conditioning at his alma mater and was a key figure in Oklahoma State winning its first-ever Big 12 Conference title and making its first-ever BCS bowl game appearance in 2011. • Glass, one of the most recognized and preeminent strength and conditioning experts in college athletics, returned to OSU after a 10-year stint at Florida. Glass first worked for the Cowboys as both a football graduate assistant coach and strength coach from 1986-95 and his current tenure brings his total to 18 years at Oklahoma State. • During his career, Glass has worked with two Heisman Trophy winners (Barry Sanders and Danny Wuerffel), a Golden Spikes Award winner (Robin Ventura), a Thorpe Award winner (Lawrence Wright) a two-time Biletnikoff Award winner (Justin Blackmon), a Lou Groza Award winner (Dan Bailey) and a Ray Guy Award winner

• At Florida, he worked with Fred Taylor, Jevon Kearse, Gerard Warren, Kenyatta Walker, Rex Grossman and Lito Sheppard, all of whom were first-round draft picks in the National Football League. Personal • Glass was born July 3, 1961, in Newkirk, Okla. He is married to the former Laurie Lipe, and they have two children, Garrison and Jared.

(Matt Fodge) in addition to 17 first-round NFL draft picks and three first-round NBA draft picks as well as countless All-Americans and Olympians. • After earning his bachelor’s degree from Oklahoma State in 1984, Glass served on Pat Jones’ football staff as a graduate assistant coach. He was named head strength coach at OSU in 1989 and served in that capacity until 1995, when he accepted a position as coordinator of strength and conditioning at Florida. He became Florida’s director of strength and conditioning in 1998. • In May of 2002, Glass was named a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach, the highest honor that can be achieved as a strength and conditioning coach, by the National Conference of Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. • Glass has been associated with 20 bowl teams since 1987, including the Alamo, Sun, Holiday, Insight, Cotton and Fiesta Bowls at Oklahoma State, and 10 bowls at Florida, including the 1996 Fiesta Bowl, two Orange Bowls and two Sugar Bowls. He was at Florida for a national championship and worked with two Gator squads that played in the national title game. He worked with four UF teams that played in the SEC championship game. • At Oklahoma State, Glass has been instrumental in the development of All-Americans Barry Sanders, Thurman Thomas, Dez Bryant, Kendall Hunter, Brandon Pettigrew, Russell Okung, Justin Blackmon, Levy Adcock, Quinn Sharp, Justin Gilbert and Jason Gildon.

Prominent Pupils Barry Sanders, Detroit Lions Danny Wuerffel, New Orleans Saints Thurman Thomas, Buffalo Bills Russell Okung, Seattle Seahawks Justin Blackmon, Jacksonville Jaguars Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys Brandon Weeden, Cleveland Browns Brandon Pettigrew, Detroit Lions

Year By Year Year Employer 1986-88 Oklahoma State 1989-95 Oklahoma State 1995-98 Florida 1998-2004 Florida 2005-pres. Oklahoma State

Position Graduate Assistant Head Strength Coach Coord. of Strength & Conditioning Director of Strength & Conditioning Assistant Athletic Director, Speed, Strength and Conditioning

Kendall Hunter, San Francisco 49ers Jevon Kearse, Tennessee Titans Fred Taylor, New England Patriots Jason Gildon, Pittsburgh Steelers Lito Sheppard, New York Jets Rex Grossman, Houston Texans Ike Hilliard, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

bowl games 1987 Sun Bowl 1988 Holiday Bowl 1996 Fiesta Bowl 1997 Sugar Bowl 1998 Citrus Bowl 1999 Orange Bowl 2000 Citrus Bowl 2001 Sugar Bowl 2002 Orange Bowl 2003 Outback Bowl 2004 Outback Bowl 2004 Peach Bowl 2006 Independence Bowl 2007 Insight Bowl 2008 Holiday Bowl 2010 Cotton Bowl 2010 Alamo Bowl 2012 Fiesta Bowl 2013 Heart of Dallas Bowl 2014 Cotton Bowl

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Mack Butler

Director of Football Operations 10th Year at OSU/43rd Overall | Central Oklahoma, 1972

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Johnny Barr

Director of Recruiting | 11th Year at OSU/42nd Overall Oklahoma, 1970

• Mack Butler returned to Stillwater from Louisiana State University

• Johnny Barr is in the fifth year of his third tenure in Stillwater

in 2009. He had served as LSU’s assistant athletic director for

after returning to the Cowboy staff in 2009. He serves as director

football administration from 2005-08, when he accompanied former

of recruiting. Barr was co-defensive coordinator and linebackers

Oklahoma State head coach Les Miles to Baton Rouge. From 2001

coach under Bob Simmons at Oklahoma State in 1995 and 1996

to 2004 he had served as OSU’s director of football operations.

and was the Cowboys’ outside linebackers coach under Pat Jones from 1986-88.

• He has served as a district representative on the Director of Football Operations National Committee since 2007.

• Barr returned to OSU after serving as coordinator of on-campus recruiting at Texas A&M from 2004-07.

• Butler has been part of 17 bowl teams during his career in college football, including a BCS national champion squad in 2007 with

• Barr is well-known in Big 12 circles. In addition to his first two

LSU.

stints at Oklahoma State and his time at Texas A&M, he also coached linebackers at Oklahoma from 1989-94 and at Kansas in

• From 1989 to 1999 Butler was an assistant coach at Tulsa before

2001 before moving on to coach safeties at Texas Tech in 2003.

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Rod Johnson

Asst. Director of Football Operations Ninth Year at OSU and Overall | N.C. State, 2003 • Rod Johnson joined the Oklahoma State football staff in May of 2012 after spending the previous six years working in the OSU compliance and academics offices. He is involved in the daily functions of Cowboy football. • Johnson was a defensive back at North Carolina State from 1998-2003 and played in 29 games during that time, highlighted by a three-interception performance against Notre Dame in the 2003 Gator Bowl. • Johnson interned in the N.C. State compliance office during the 2003-04 school year before accepting a full-time job as assistant director of compliance in August of 2004. He held that post until coming to Oklahoma State in January of 2006. • A native of La Marque, Texas, Johnson and his wife, Shanna, have two children, Skyy - born in 2003, and Zayden - born in 2005.

becoming the director of operations for the Golden Hurricane in 2000. Butler first arrived in Stillwater in 2001 to serve as the

• His career path has also taken him to stops at Arizona State,

operations director for Oklahoma State.

where he coached linebackers from 1997-2000, Texas State, where he was defensive coordinator and secondary coach from 1983-85,

• He began his career as a high school coach with stops at Stigler,

and Lamar, where he coached the secondary from 1979-82.

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McAlester and Wilburton before joining the staff at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Junior College, where he served as the secondary

• Barr entered the coaching profession as freshman receivers

coach and recruiting coordinator. While at NEO, he was part of the

coach at Oklahoma in 1970 before moving on to become a varsity

undefeated 1986 NJCAA national championship team.

assistant coach at Lufkin (Texas) HS from 1971-72 and Clear Creek (Texas) HS from 1973-74. He was offensive coordinator at Navarro

• During his time in the Oklahoma high school coaching ranks,

Junior College from 1975-78 before getting into the Division I

Butler served as head coach in the 1985 all-state game.

coaching level at Lamar.

• A native of Fairfax, Okla., Butler is an experienced and highly

• Barr has been part of 17 bowl teams in his career.

respected administrator, and a member of the Oklahoma Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame. He is a 1972 graduate of the

• Barr was a three-year letterman at Atlanta High School in Texas

University of Central Oklahoma and earned a master’s degree in

and was an all-state quarterback and all-east Texas. He played

administration from Southeastern Oklahoma State in 1986.

college football at OU and set Bluebonnet Bowl records as a receiver for most receptions, most touchdown catches and most

• Butler and his wife Jacque have four children.

points scored in that bowl game. • Barr graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1970 with a degree in business education. He is married to the former Christi Groce. Barr has four children, twins Allie and Caroline Barr, and OSU grad Stephanie Stallsmith and Stacy Bruce.

Mike Groce

Asst. Director of Football Recruiting Third Year at OSU/10th Overall | SE Okla. State, 2005 • Mike Groce returned to the Oklahoma State football staff in February of 2013 to serve as assistant director of football recruiting. He came to OSU after spending two seasons as director of football operations and on-campus recruiting coordinator at Texas State. • Groce previously served Oklahoma State football as a volunteer recruiting assistant in 2010. • He was an administrative assistant for five seasons at Texas A&M, where he assisted with the daily operations for the Aggie football team from 2008-09 and was a recruiting assistant from 2005-07. • Groce went to Texas A&M after playing baseball at Southeastern Oklahoma State, where he was a pitcher. As a senior, he posted a 9-3 record and was the winning pitcher in the championship game of the Lone Star Conference Tournament. • He earned a bachelor’s degree in health, physical education and recreation from Southeastern Oklahoma State in 2005. • Groce’s father, Ike Groce, served as Oklahoma State’s head women’s tennis coach from 1979-85.

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Sara Adcock Kevin Blaske Gary Calcagno Trumain Carroll

Defense Assistant

Football Athletic Trainer

Sharla Curtis Matt Davis

Recruiting Assistant

Equipment

Quality Control

Graduate Assistant

Academic Counselor

Nathan Peterson

Graduate Assistant

Beni tonga

Player Development Specialist

Associate AD/Academics

Academic Counselor

Jeff Naple

Video Coordinator

Zach Ramsey Bobby Reid Video

Quality Control

Joel Tudman

Justin Williams

Speed, Strength and Conditioning

Speed, Strength and Conditioning

Danielle Clary

Head Coach Assistant

Chris Deal Robbie Discher Wes Edwards

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Steve Hauser Eric henderson Terry Henley

Nikki Jones Marilyn Middlebrook

Speed, Strength and Conditioning

Graduate Assistant

Jeff Hunt

Equipment Coordinator

Speed, Strength and Conditioning

Scott Parker Athletic Trainer

Dr. Val Gene Iven Team Physician

Dr. Mark Pascale

Team Orthopedic Surgeon

John Stemm Michael Tatten

Director of Athletic Training

Graduate Assistant

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Blue Collar Man

Special teams ace and one-time walk-on Teddy Johnson was rewarded for his hard work by the OSU coaches, who put him on scholarship prior to the spring.

Anchor Up Front

Three-year letterman Daniel Koenig is one of veteran leaders of the offense.

Castle guard

Entering his third year as a starter, junior defensive tackle James Castleman has positioned himself as one of the leaders of the OSU defense.

Desmond Roland

The Cowboys

Running back Desmond Roland’s powerful style makes him a load to tackle. After waiting his turn and splitting time early in his career, Roland now has the opportunity to uphold Oklahoma State’s tradition of running back excellence.

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Personal: Dawson Avery Bassett was born May 11, 1994, in Oklahoma City, Okla. ... Son of John and Vicki Bassett ... Plans to major in health education and promotion.

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Receiver | 6-4 | 210 | Sophomore Dallas, Texas/Wylie East

Linebacker | 6-0 | 235 | jUNIOR Melvindale, Mich./Melvindale/Ellsworth CC

Pronounced EIGHT-man Career Highs Receptions Receiving Yards Long Reception

4, twice, last vs. Missouri, 1/3/14 53 vs. Kansas, 11/9/13 51 vs. Baylor, 11/23/13

2013 Season Highs Receptions Receiving Yards Long Reception

4 twice, last vs. Missouri, 1/3/14 53 vs. Kansas, 11/9/13 51 vs. Baylor, 11/23/13

A big-bodied receiver who made an impact as a freshman, playing in every game and recording at least one catch in 10. 2013 (Freshman): Played in every game as freshman ... Finished the regular season fifth on the team in receptions (22) and receiving yards (276) ... Grabbed a career-high four catches both at UTSA and in the Cotton Bowl against Missouri ... Tallied more than 40 receiving yards in four games, including a career-best 53 in a win over Kansas ... His 51-yard catch against Baylor was the longest of his career and anchored a 99-yard touchdown drive to put the Cowboys up 7-0 in their upset of No. 3 Baylor ... Also tallied 46 yards against Lamar and 40 at UTSA. High School: Coached by Joe Lepsis ... Made 84 catches for 1,584 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior ... Participated in the 2012 Offense-Defense All-America Bowl ... A four-star recruit by both Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Ranked by Scout.com as the nation’s No. 25 receiver ... A first-team all-area selection by the Dallas Morning News ... Made 67 catches for 1,047 yards with 10 touchdowns as a junior ... Made 32 catches for 479 yards and six touchdowns as a sophomore ... Also played basketball, where he earned all-district recognition ... Assisted with his school’s Peer Assistance Leadership Program ... Carried scholarship offers from Arkansas, Michigan, Tennessee, Ole Miss, Missouri and Texas Tech, among numerous others. Personal: Marcell Ligon Ateman was born Sept. 16, 1994, in Dallas ... Son of Ronald and Arlene Ateman ... Father played basketball at Western Illinois ... Plans on majoring in business. Ateman’s 2013 Game-by-Game Receiving Stats Date Opponent No. Yds. Aug. 31 vs. Mississippi State 1 6 Sept. 7 at UTSA 4 40 Sept. 14 Lamar 3 46 Sept. 28 at West Virginia 1 6 Oct. 5 Kansas State 2 10 Oct. 19 TCU 0 0 Oct. 26 at Iowa State 0 0 Nov. 2 at Texas Tech 2 25 Nov. 9 Kansas 3 53 Nov. 16 at Texas 1 3 Nov. 23 Baylor 1 51 Dec. 7 Oklahoma 0 0 Jan. 3 vs. Missouri 4 36 Ateman’s Career Receiving Stats Year G Rec. Yds. Avg. 2013 13 22 276 12.5 Career 13 22 276 12.5

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Athletic junior college linebacker prospect who has a listed time of 4.5 in the 40 yard dash.

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 6 22 29 6 5 0 0 13 34 3 51 0 23

Long 51 51

Avg./G 21.2 21.2

Junior College: Attended Ellsworth CC in Iowa Falls, Iowa, where he was coached by Josh Lattimer ... A first-team All-American by the National Junior College Athletic Association ... Three-star prospect by Rivals.com, Scout.com and 247sports.com ... Held a scholarship offer from West Virginia, among others ... As a sophomore in 2013, he led Ellsworth with 92 tackles and 29 tackles for a loss and was second on the team with four sacks despite playing only seven of the team’s 10 games ... He also forced a fumble, recovered a fumble, blocked a kick and broke up a pass ... As a freshman in 2012, Averette was second on the team with 96 tackles, 62 of which were solo and 18 of which were tackles for a loss ... Tallied 3.5 sacks (three solo) and one interception en route to earning second-team all-conference honors. High School: Graduated from Melvindale HS in Melvindale, Mich. ... As a senior, he made 63 tackles (47 unassisted), had 12 sacks, six fumble recoveries and tackles for losses tallying 103 yards ... Earned all-state, all-conference and was a member of the Detroit Evening News Detroit Area Dream Team. Personal: Devante Averette was born Dec. 30, 1992.

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41 Dawson Bassett Linebacker | 6-4 | 228 | R-Freshman Tuttle, Okla./Tuttle

Redshirted in 2013 ... Made a name for himself through hard work while competing as part of the scout team as a true freshman ... Younger brother of former Cowboy football captain Cooper Bassett. 2013: Redshirt. High School: Coached by Phil Koons ... Played both linebacker and tight end ... First-team all-state honoree at linebacker by the Oklahoma Coaches Association ... Recorded 106 tackles, three interceptions and four sacks, along with 780 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns on just 32 catches ... Honorable mention all-state and little all-city first-team selection by The Oklahoman ... First-team all-district ... Class 3A-1 defensive player of the year ... Also played baseball, basketball and track and field ... Four-year member of the National Honor Society and the Oklahoma Honor Society ... Participated with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and served as a mentor for seventh-grade football ... Was a teacher and leader at vacation bible school.

Defensive End | 6-5 | 250 | Junior Denton, Texas/Guyer Career Highs Tackles Sacks TFL

7 vs. Missouri, 2014 1.0, four times, last vs. Missouri, 2014 3.0 vs. Missouri, 2014

An athletic defensive end who made an impact in his first year as a starter ... Enjoyed a breakthrough game with seven tackles, three tackles for loss and a sack against Missouri in the 2014 Cotton Bowl ... Saw limited action as a true freshman in 2011 ... Started strong during fall camp of 2012, but an August injury slowed him and eventually led to a redshirt season. 2013 (Sophomore): Started every game at defensive end ... Finished the regular season with 34 total tackles, including a high of seven against Missouri in the Cotton Bowl ... Tallied 9.5 tackles for a loss, including three in the Cotton Bowl and at least one in wins against Kansas State, TCU, Texas and Baylor ... Credited with 4.5 sacks, occurring against UTSA, Kansas State, TCU, Missouri and one for an eight-yard loss against Baylor ... Recorded three quarterback hurries ... Made four tackles in wins over Iowa State, TCU and Kansas State ... Made three tackles against Mississippi State, UTSA and Texas. 2012: Redshirt. 2011 (Freshman): Played in three games (Louisiana, Arizona and Kansas) and ended the season with two tackles … Had solo tackles against the Cajuns and Jayhawks. High School: Was one of three Denton Guyer seniors to ink with OSU (J.W. Walsh and Josh Stewart) in 2011 … Played on a state runner-up team as a senior when he had 78 tackles, including 19 behind the line of scrimmage … Recorded 60 tackles as a junior … A Texas Football Magazine top 25 defensive lineman and top 300 prospect … Second-team all-district … Had 10.5 sacks over his final two seasons … Dallas Morning News state and area top 100 prospect … Rated by Rivals No. 42 in the country at his position and as the No. 67 prospect in the state of Texas … Scout.com ranked him No. 59 overall in Texas … Also recruited by Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Houston, Iowa, Minnesota, Ole Miss, Texas A&M and Texas Tech. Personal: Born Nov. 8, 1993, in Ontario, Calif. … Son of Jimmy Bean, Sr., and Charlotte Morre … Also a track athlete as a prepster … Education major … One of five siblings. Bean’s Career Stats Year GP UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks INT PBU QBH FF FR BK 2011 3 2-0-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Redshirt 2013 13 20-14-34 9.5 4.5 0 0 3 0 0 0 Career 16 22-14-36 9.5 4.5 0 0 3 0 0 0

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class ... Participated in extracurricular activities including Meals on Wheels, Habitat for Humanity and student government.

Personal: James Michael Castleman was born Nov. 14, 1992, in Amarillo, Texas ... Son of Kim Castleman ... Education major.

Personal: Derek Branson was born Feb. 13, 1992 in Tulsa ... Son of Kim and Patti Branson ... Majoring in sports management/ marketing.

Castleman’s Career Stats Year GP UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks INT PBU QBH FF FR BK 2011 11 7-0-7 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2012 12 23-7-30 6.5 1.0 1 3 1 0 0 0 2013 13 24-9-33 5.0 1.0 0 1 0 1 2 2 Career 36 54-16-70 11.5 2.0 1 4 2 1 2 2

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Running Back | 5-9 | 205 | Junior Choctaw, Okla./Choctaw

Squad member who has seen spot duty in late-game situations ... Turned in a career day when he rushed for nearly 100 yards and a touchdown against Savannah State in 2012. 2013 (Sophomore): Saw action in lopsided wins over Lamar and Baylor, but did not record any statistics.

Defensive Tackle | 6-2 | 300 | Senior Amarillo, Texas/Amarillo

2012 (Freshman): Logged game action against Savannah State and Louisiana ... Rushed 12 times for 91 yards and a touchdown against Savannah State ... Did not record any stats against Louisiana.

Career Highs Tackles Sacks TFL

2011: Redshirt.

Athletic defensive tackle who led OSU’s interior linemen with 33 tackles in 2013 ... Made one of the most memorable plays of the 2013 season when he forced and recovered a fumble at the goal line in the Cowboys’ win over No. 3 Baylor.

High School: Attended Choctaw HS in Choctaw, Okla., where he was coached by Bill Bays ... An all-district selection and team captain ... Rushed for 1,286 yards and had 13 touchdowns ... Also competed in track and field. Personal: Corey Bennett was born Jan. 27, 1993 in Oklahoma City ... Son of Kimberly Winston and Japeth Bennett ... Brother, Lydell Rhodes, is a professional boxer ... Majoring in business management.

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46 Derek Branson FullBack | 6-2 | 250 | Senior McKinney, Texas/Boyd

Squad member who is a valuable asset to the program ... Signature moment of his career to date came when he blocked and recovered a punt at Texas Tech in 2013. 2013 (Junior): Saw action in seven games, primarily on special teams ... Blocked and recovered a punt at Texas Tech in a play that was important in OSU’s win over the Red Raiders ... Did not record any other statistics. 2012 (Sophomore): Did not record any game action. 2011 (Redshirt): Redshirt. 2010 (Freshman): Attended Oklahoma State, but was not on the football team. High School: Attended Boyd HS in McKinney, Texas, where he was coached by Don Drake ... Also played basketball and baseball ... Was Boyd’s player of the year in 2007 and earned all-district honors in 2009 ... Member of the honor roll, the National Honor Society, the all academic team and was in the top 10 percent of his

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9 at Arizona, 2012 1.0, twice, last vs. Mississippi State, 2013 2.0 at Arizona, 2012

2013 (Junior): Started every game at defensive tackle ... Finished the season with 33 total tackles and 5.0 tackles for a loss ... Made five tackles in both the West Virginia and Kansas games, four in the Iowa State game and three against Texas Tech and Texas ... Credited with a quarterback sack for a loss of three yards in the season-opener against Mississippi State ... Blocked two kicks in the regular season, including a field goal at West Virginia and a PAT at Iowa State ... His two blocks tie for the fourth-most by one player in a season in school history ... Finished the regular season with one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and one pass breakup. 2012 (Sophomore): Recorded 30 tackles ... Finished sixth on the team with 6.5 tackles for loss ... Had an interception that he returned 14 yards against Texas Tech ... Had a season-high nine tackles, broke up a pass, had a quarterback sack and another tackle for loss in his first career road start at Arizona ... Had five tackles against Texas ... Recorded tackles behind the line of scrimmage against Louisiana, Texas, Iowa State, West Virginia and Texas Tech ... Started every game but the season finale, which he missed due to injury. 2011 (Freshman): Played in 11 games and set a season high in tackles in his college debut with three stops against Louisiana … Had two tackles against Arizona and solo stops vs. Tulsa and Baylor. High School: Pledged to the Cowboys late in the recruiting process after several months as a Texas Tech commitment … A two-time all-state selection … District defensive MVP and also alldistrict pick as a punter … Had a double-figure scoring average on the basketball court and left his high school as its all-time leading scorer and rebounder ... A three-time all-district performer on the hardwood... Amarillo Globe-News Athlete of the Year in both football and basketball … Ranked by SuperPrep as the No. 69 player in Texas while Rivals.com ranked him No. 52 in the Lone Star State … A first-team member of the Texas Super Team as selected by Texas Football … Scout.com ranked him as the No. 26 defensive tackle prospect in the country … Had 62 tackles as a senior with 10 for loss, and caused three fumbles … Had 81 tackles as a junior with 21 TFLs and also blocked three punts that season ... Also competed in track and field, where he was a district and regional champion and took fourth at state in the shot put.

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Linebacker | 6-1 | 225 | Junior San Antonio, Texas/Madison Career Highs Tackles TFL Sacks

7 vs. Lamar, 2013 1.0 vs. Savannah State, 2012 No career sacks

The bulk of his contributions to date have come on special teams, but his role as a linebacker figures to expand in 2014 with starting spots out there for the taking. 2013 (Sophomore): Played in every contest except the Texas game and the Cotton Bowl ... Finished the regular season with 13 total tackles, including 10 solo tackles ... Saw significant playing time against Lamar, recording a game-high seven solo tackles ... Made three tackles against UTSA, two against TCU and one against Kansas. 2012 (Freshman): Saw action in every game but Baylor … Played on special teams throughout the season … Ended the season with nine tackles, including eight solo stops … Had three tackles in the opener against Savannah State ... Had a tackle for loss and a forced fumble against SSU as well ... Had two tackles in the bowl win over Purdue. 2011: Redshirt. High School: A second-team all-area selection by the San Antonio Express News … Texas Football top 300 prospect and a top 20 selection at linebacker … Rivals ranked him No. 20 in the country at his position and as the No. 70 overall prospect in the state of Texas … Scout placed him No. 54 among the country’s linebackers in 2009 … Had 99 tackles as a senior and 98 tackles with two interceptions as a junior …Two-time all-district pick … SuperPrep all-region selection as the No. 64 prospect in Texas … Had a long list of scholarship offers that included Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Missouri and Kansas. Personal: Born Sept. 9, 1991, in San Antonio … Son of Carl and Kenya Catlin … Majoring in education … Father played college basketball at Parkland College. Catlin’s Career Stats Year GP UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks 2012 12 8-1-9 1.0 0 2013 11 10-3-13 0 0 Career 23 18-4-22 1.0 0

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23 Rennie Childs

Running Back | 5-10 | 205 | Sophomore Houston, Texas/Cypress Ridge Career Highs Rushes Rushing Yards Rushing TD Long Rush

9, twice, last at Texas Tech, 11/2/13 70 at Texas Tech, 11/2/13 1 vs. TCU, 10/19/13 30 vs. Baylor, 11/23/13

2013 Season Highs Rushes Rushing Yards Rushing TD Long Rush

9, twice, last at Texas Tech, 11/2/13 70 at Texas Tech, 11/2/13 1 vs. TCU, 10/19/13 30 vs. Baylor, 11/23/13

Made an impact in the running game as a true freshman, highlighted by a performance against TCU in which he accounted for 79 yards of offense and a touchdown in 10 touches to spark the Cowboys to a close victory. 2013 (Freshman): Played in eight games as a true freshman, getting several meaningful carries in important situations ... Saw his first action at UTSA, carrying one time for four yards ... Followed with 11 yards on five carries the next week against Lamar ... Scored his first career touchdown on a seven-yard run in the fourth quarter of a 24-10 win over TCU ... Totaled 45 yards on 16 carries in that game, including a 16-yard rush ... Carried the ball twice at Iowa State ... Had a career-high 70 rushing yards at Texas Tech, highlighted by a 22-yard rush and an average of 7.8 yards per carry ... Carried the ball four times against Kansas, Texas and Baylor ... Reached 35 yards on just four carries against the No. 3 Bears before leaving the game with an injury ... Had a career-long rush of 30 yards in that game ... Ran three times for 12 yards in the Cotton Bowl against Missouri, where he also caught one pass for four yards. High School: Coached by Gary Thiebaud ... Rushed for 1,945 yards and 19 touchdowns on 213 carries his senior year en route to earning first-team all-district and second-team all-greater Houston recognition by the Houston Chronicle ... Made 11 catches for 193 yards and two scores his senior year ... Ripped off 1,453 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior ... A three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Also competed in track and field ... Held offers from Boise State and Houston, among others. Personal: Renderick Voltair Childs, Jr., was born Aug. 28, 1995, in Houston ... Son of Kassandra and Renderick Childs ... Undecided on a major. Childs’ 2013 Game-by-Game Rushing Stats Date Opponent No. Gain Loss Net TD Long Avg. Aug. 31 vs. Mississippi St. DNP Sept. 7 at UTSA 1 4 0 4 0 4 4.0 Sept. 14 Lamar 5 12 1 11 0 7 2.2 Sept. 28 at West Virginia DNP Oct. 5 Kansas State DNP Oct. 19 TCU 9 50 5 45 1 16 5.0 Oct. 26 at Iowa State 2 2 3 -1 0 2 -0.5 Nov. 2 at Texas Tech 9 71 1 70 0 22 7.8 Nov. 9 Kansas 4 5 1 4 0 2 1.1

Nov. 16 at Texas 4 9 0 9 0 3 2.2 Nov. 23 Baylor 4 35 0 35 0 30 8.8 Dec. 7 Oklahoma DNP Jan. 3 Missouri 3 12 0 12 0 8 4.0 Childs’ 2013 Game-by-Game Receiving Stats Date Opponent No. Yds. TD Long Aug. 31 vs. Mississippi St. DNP Sept. 7 at UTSA 1 -3 0 -3 Sept. 14 Lamar 1 14 0 14 Sept. 28 at West Virginia DNP Oct. 5 Kansas State DNP Oct. 19 TCU 1 34 0 34 Oct. 26 at Iowa State 0 0 0 0 Nov. 2 at Texas Tech 0 0 0 0 Nov. 9 Kansas 0 0 0 0 Nov. 16 at Texas 0 0 0 0 Nov. 23 Baylor 0 0 0 0 Dec. 7 Oklahoma DNP Jan. 3 Missouri 1 4 0 4 Childs’ Career Rushing Stats Year G Att. Gain Loss Net Avg. TD Long Avg./G 2013 9 41 200 11 189 4.6 2 30 21.0 Career 9 41 200 11 189 4.6 2 30 21.0

High School: The latest in a string of Wichita standouts to sign with OSU … SuperPrep All-America selection and rated as the No. 13 prospect in the Midlands region by that publication … A Wichita Eagle Top 11 selection in the state of Kansas and an all-area and all-state pick … Had 106 tackles with six sacks as a senior … Rated by Rivals as the second best prospect in Kansas and as the nation’s No. 33 prospect at defensive end … Had a long list of scholarship offers including Iowa, Kansas State, Kansas, Oregon, Purdue, Rutgers, Stanford and Vanderbilt. Personal: Has a brother, Zac, who played football at Oregon … One sister played volleyball at Arkansas and another is playing volleyball at Arkansas State … Dad played in the NFL with the Patriots and at Kansas State … Was a 4.0 student in high school ... Mechanical engineering major. Clark’s Career Stats Year GP UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks INT PBU QBH FF FR BK 2012 7 4-1-5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2013 13 4-6-10 1.5 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 Career 20 8-7-15 1.5 0 0 1 2 0 0 0

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Childs’ Career Receiving Stats Year G Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long Avg./G 2013 9 4 49 12.2 0 34 5.4 Career 9 4 49 12.2 0 34 5.4

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80 Jaren Colston-Green Receiver | 6-2 | 170 | R-Freshman Tallahassee, Fla./Leon

Walk-on who could potentially garner playing time. 2013: Redshirt

90 Trace Clark

Defensive End | 6-4 | 255 | Junior Wichita, Kan./Collegiate School 2013 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 Career Highs Tackles Sacks TFL

3, twice, last at Iowa State, 2013 No career sacks 1.0 at Iowa State, 2013

Saw action in every game as a sophomore ... One of just a handful of true freshmen to see the field in 2012 ... Could be poised for a breakthrough season in 2014.

High School: Attended Leon HS in Tallahassee, Fla., where he was coached by Bill Ragans and Atlanta Sports Academy PostGrad Prep School, where he was coached by Damon Dawson ... Earned honorable mention All-Big Bend honors as a junior ... Finished his high school career with 780 receiving yards and eight touchdowns in run-dominated offense ... Also competed in track and field ... Had 890 yards and 10 touchdowns at Atlanta Sports Academy Prep School. Personal: Jaren Michael Colston-Green was born June 22, 1993 in Atlanta, Ga. ... Son of Karen Colston and Willie Green ... Father was a standout receiver at the University of Mississippi and played nine years in the NFL with the Detroit Lions, Carolina Panthers, and Denver Broncos, winning Super Bowl titles with the Broncos in 1997 and 1998 ... Majoring in education.

2013 (Sophomore): Played in every game ... Credited with 10 tackles and four solo stops ... Also tallied 1.5 tackles for a loss, a pass break up and a quarterback hurry ... Tallied three tackles against both UTSA and Iowa State ... Had two stops against Mississippi State in the season opener and one stop against Lamar and Texas. 2012 (Freshman): Played in seven games as a defensive end ... Ended the season with five tackles, including four solo stops ... Had two tackles against Louisiana and Texas Tech ... Saw game action against Savannah State, Arizona, Louisiana, TCU, West Virgina, Texas Tech and Purdue ... Had two tackles against the Cajuns and two more vs. Tech.

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60 Zachary Crabtree Offensive Line | 6-7 | 290 | R-Freshman Mansfield, Texas/Mansfield

Has the prototypical frame for a big-time offensive tackle and showed some talent on the practice field while redshirting in 2013.

Offense-Defense All-America Game … All-region and all-area selection … Had 45 catches for 805 yards with 13 TDs as a senior … Began his high school career as a running back … Had offers from Georgia, Auburn, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Notre Dame and South Carolina … Also a basketball and track athlete. Personal: Felix Curry, Jr., was born Aug. 26, 1993, in Augusta, Ga. … C.J. stands for Curry Junior … Son of Felix and Trina Curry … Has two younger brothers, Darius (a cornerback at OSU) and Justin … Undecided on a major. Curry’s Career Stats Year G Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long Avg./G 2012 2 2 33 16.5 0 25 16.5 2013 7 1 10 10.0 0 10 1.4 Career 9 3 43 14.3 0 25 4.8

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High School: Coached by Jeff Holme ... A three-star recruit by both Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Ranked as the nation’s No. 53 offensive tackle by Rivals.com and the nation’s No. 72 offensive tackle by Scout.com ... A top-100 recruit in the state of Texas by the Waco Tribune-Herald and by Rivals.com ... All-district honoree ... Also played basketball ... Carried scholarship offers from Baylor, Texas Tech and Washington State, among others. Personal: Zachary David Crabtree was born Sept. 16, 1994, in Arlington, Texas ... Son of Brenda and Garry Crabtree ... Plans to major in business.

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8 C.J. Curry

Receiver | 6-2 | 205 | Sophomore Flowery Branch, Ga./Flowery Branch Career Highs Receptions Receiving Yards Long Reception

1, three times, last vs. Kansas, 2013 25 vs. Louisiana, 2012 25 vs. Louisiana, 2012

Saw action in more than half of OSU’s games as a freshman in 2013 ... Was scheduled to see action as a true freshman before an injury prematurely ended his 2012 and led to a redshirt season. 2013 (Freshman): Played in seven regular season games as a freshman, including the last four ... Had one catch for 10 yards against Kansas. 2012 (Redshirt): Redshirt season after appearing briefly in two games early in the season … Caught an eight-yard pass in the season opener against Savannah State and he had a 25-yard reception against Louisiana. High School: A big signature for the Cowboys as he became the latest Georgian to ink with OSU … Was the 13th Georgian to sign with OSU since 2006 … SuperPrep all-region selection … A former Georgia commitment who was rated as the nation’s No. 45 receiver prospect by Rivals and the No. 18 player in the state of Georgia … Scout ranked him No. 67 in the country among receivers … All-State game selection and was selected to participate in the

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2013 (Sophomore): Lost his season to an injury sustained in fall camp. 2012 (Freshman): Got his first career starts against Texas Tech and in the season finale at Baylor ... Saw action in seven games ... Played a season-high 67 snaps against Savannah State and 45 snaps against Texas Tech. 2011: Redshirt. High School: An early commitment to the Cowboys who pledged to OSU in July of 2010 … An all-East Texas selection by multiple media and recruiting outlets … A first-team all-district selection … Rated as the nation’s No. 62 prospect at guard by Scout and No. 110 overall in the state of Texas … A top 100 state and area prospect as selected by the Dallas Morning News … According to Rivals he was the No. 77 player in Texas and No. 58 in the country at his position … A SuperPrep all-region selection. Personal: Born Jan. 14, 1993, in Nacogdoches … Son of Sheila and Kevin Davis … Hasn’t declared a major … Also participated in basketball and power lifting in high school … A first-team allacademic choice … The youngest of four siblings.

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2 Darius Curry

cornerback | 6-1 | 190 | R-Freshman Flowery Branch, Ga./Flowery Branch Highly-regarded talent coming out of high school looking to prove himself at the college level after redshirting in 2013. 2013: Redshirt. High School: Coached by Chris Griffin ... A four-star recruit by ESPN.com ... ESPN.com ranked him as the No. 23 cornerback in the nation and the No. 36 player overall in the state of Georgia ... Team captain and team MVP ... Invited to the Offense-Defense All-America Game ... A three-star recruit by both Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Tabbed by Rivals as the nation’s No. 51 cornerback and the No. 48 player overall in the state of Georgia ... Also played basketball ... Held scholarship offers from Auburn, Georgia Tech, South Carolina, Tennessee and Penn State, among numerous others. Personal: Darius Curry was born Dec. 29, 1994, in Augusta, Ga. ... Son of Felix and Trina Curry ... Brother, C.J. is a wide receiver for Oklahoma State ... Plans on majoring in business.

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97 Eric Davis

Defensive Tackle | 6-3 | 290 | Sophomore Tyler, Texas/John Tyler Developing prospect on the defensive front that saw some game action as a redshirt freshman in 2013. 2013 (Freshman): Played in four regular season games as a freshman, appearing against UTSA, Lamar, Kansas and Oklahoma ... Made a solo tackle against Lamar. 2012 (Redshirt): Redshirt. High School: A talented prospect who hails from an area that has been good to OSU … Former Texas A&M commit … District defensive lineman of the year while playing tackle … Class 4A second-team all-state selection as a junior … Texas Football Magazine top 30 defensive line prospect … Rated by Rivals as the No. 75 player in Texas and the No. 35 defensive end prospect in the country … Senior season numbers included 64 tackles with 10 for loss … Had 12 tackles behind the line of scrimmage as a junior with three interceptions. Personal: Born June 1, 1994, in Tyler … Son of Vanessa and Allen Davis … Undecided on a major.

69 Devin Davis

Offensive Line | 6-5 | 312 | Sophomore Nacogdoches, Texas/Nacogdoches A big lineman with a bright future at OSU ... Was slated to start at left tackle as a sophomore in 2013, but missed the season after sustaining an injury during fall camp.

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Personal: Brandon Garrett was born May 14, 1992, in Deer Park, Texas … Son of Heath Garrett and Tammy Helms … Undecided on a major at Oklahoma State … Grandfather, Stan Garrett, played football at Rice.

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Safety | 6-3 | 190 | R-Freshman Converse, Texas/Judson A tall, rangy, athletic player who has the skill set to be effective against Big 12-style offenses ... Two-sport athlete who doubles as a long jumper on the Oklahoma State track and field team. 2013: Redshirt. High School: Coached by Mark Smith ... All-district and all-area selection who also earned honorable mention all-state accolades ... Racked up 76 tackles, three interceptions and a pass defended his senior year ... A three-star prospect by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Scout.com ranked him as the No. 32 safety in the nation and ESPN.com had him as the No. 64 safety nationally ... Also competed in basketball and track and field ... Member of the A/B honor roll and participated with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... Held scholarship offers from Kansas State, Mississippi State, BYU, Boise State, Arizona State and Utah, among numerous others. Personal: Tre Quille Flowers was born June 2, 1995, in Converse, Texas ... Son of Rodney and Crystal Flowers ... Brother, Rodney, plays football for Langston University and his sister, Aleshia Flowers, played basketball at South Florida ... Uncle, Erik Flowers, played with several teams during his seven seasons in the NFL ... Plans to major in applied science.

12 Daxx Garman

Quarterback | 6-2 | 205 | Junior Southlake, Texas/Carroll/Arizona Pro-style quarterback who delivers the ball well.

2012 (Freshman): Quarterbacked the OSU scout team while sitting out his transfer year per NCAA regulations. 2011 at Arizona: Redshirted. High School: Switched high schools during his career and did play his senior year at Southlake Carroll HS ... As a junior playing for Jones HS just outside of Oklahoma City in 2009, he completed 69 percent of his passes for 2,500 yards and 26 touchdowns ... Also played baseball ... Was a member of the National Honor Society and graduated in the top five percent of his class. Personal: Daxx Garman was born Feb. 18, 1993, in Oklahoma City ... Son of Pat and Shelli Garman ... Father played baseball at Cal State Fullerton and with the Texas Rangers ... Sociology major.

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85 jORDAN fRAZIER tIGHT eND | 6-5 | 242 | Freshman sPRINGFIELD, mO./lIGHTHOUSE cHRISTIAN

A big tight end with a chance to make a quick impact ... Three-star recruit by ESPN.com and 247Sports ... Ranked the No. 23 player in Missouri by 247Sports and No. 26 by ESPN.com. High School: Coached by Dave Stales at Lighthouse Christian ... Had 50 catches and 10 touchdowns at Lighthouse Christian, which finished 11-2 his senior year ... Led Lighthouse to National Homeschool Football Association (NHFA) National Championship in 2013 ... Led team in receptions all four years and led the team in tackles as a senior ... Team captain ... Four-year letterwinner in football and track, two-year letterwinner in basketball ... Received honor roll recognition in each year of high school ... Part of the science and math club, Science Olympiad and Service Society ... Held offers from Tennessee, Illinois and Indiana, among others. Personal: Jordan Frazier was born April 25, 1995, in Springfield, Mo. ... Son of Scott and Kala Frazier ... Has four brothers and one sister ... Was homeschooled ... Plans to major in Biology (Pre-med).

13 David Glidden Receiver | 5-7 | 185 | Junior Mustang, Okla./Mustang

2013 (Sophomore): Did not see any game action, but provided quality depth.

Offensive Line | 6-5 | 295 | Senior Deer Park, Texas/Deer Park/Trinity Valley CC A junior college transfer who started four games in his first season at the FBS level ... Will spend the spring rehabbing from an injury sustained in the 2014 AT&T Cotton Bowl. 2013 (Junior): Played in 11 games and started in four, including the Iowa State and Texas Tech games, as well as the regular season Bedlam finale and the Cotton Bowl against Missouri ... Credited with one knockdown block against TCU and three against Iowa State ... played 89 snaps against Texas Tech. Junior College: Coached by Brad Smiley … Three-star prospect by ESPN.com and a two-star prospect by both Rivals.com and Scout.com … Honorable mention All-Southwest Junior College Football Conference honoree … Held offers from Louisiana and North Texas, among others. High School: Attended Deer Park HS in Deer Park, Texas, where he was coached by Chris Massey … First-team all-district honoree as a senior – his lone year of varsity action … Helped his team to an 8-2 record … Participated with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Career Highs Receptions Receiving Yards Long Reception Long PR 2013 Season Highs Receptions Receiving Yards Long Reception Long PR

6 vs. Kansas, 11/9/13 73 vs. Kansas, 11/9/13 39 vs. Kansas, 11/9/13 12, vs. Louisiana, 9/15/12 6 vs. Kansas, 11/9/13 73 vs. Kansas, 11/9/13 39 vs. Kansas, 11/9/13 9, vs. Kansas 11/9/13

Shifty, quick receiver who is effective in space ... Also contributes on special teams as a punt returner. 2013 (Sophomore): Played in every game and earned a start in a win at Texas ... Finished the season with 15 catches for 173 yards ... Had at least one catch in nine games, highlighted by a career day against Kansas with six catches for 73 yards and a career-long reception of 39 yards ... Also had a 29-yard catch at UTSA ... Returned five punts with a season-long of nine yards against Kansas. 2012 (Freshman): Saw action on special teams as a punt returner, as well as at receiver … Saw action in six games, including the final four games of the season … Made his collegiate debut against Louisiana … His first career reception went for an 18-yard touchdown at Baylor … Returned five punts for 19 yards against Louisiana and he had an eight-yard punt return against Texas. 2011: Redshirt. High School: Parade All-America selection … Oklahoma Gatorade Player of the Year … Nominee for the Old Spice National Player of the Year … A speedy big-play specialist in high school … As a senior he averaged 19.1 yards on his 65 receptions with 17 touchdowns and 1,244 receiving yards … Tossed a TD pass, returned four of his six interceptions for touchdowns and scored four touchdowns on kickoff returns … Averaged 35.3 yards on punt returns … Caught 61 passes for 1,046 yards (17.1 per catch) as a junior and scored seven touchdowns on returns … A first-team all-stater by The Oklahoman, Tulsa World and Oklahoma Coaches Association … Also a first-team All-Big City selection … Rivals rated him No. 17 in the state of Oklahoma … Rated as the No. 11 prospect in the Midlands region by SuperPrep … Also recruited by Arkansas, Tulsa, Northwestern, Oklahoma and Texas Tech. Personal: Born July 10, 1992 … Son of Deidre and Pete Glidden … Also participated in basketball, baseball and track … Business major … His brother, Dylan, plays baseball at Oklahoma Christian and his father was a semi-pro football player.

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Player Bios Glidden’s 2012 Game-by-Game Receiving Stats Date Opponent No. Yds. Sept. 1 Savannah State DNP Sept. 8 at Arizona DNP Sept. 15 Louisiana 0 0 Sept. 29 Texas 0 0 Oct. 13 at Kansas DNP Oct. 20 Iowa State DNP Oct. 27 TCU DNP Nov. 3 at Kansas State 0 0 Nov. 10 West Virginia 0 0 Nov. 17 Texas Tech 0 0 Nov. 24 at Oklahoma 0 0 Dec. 1 at Baylor 1 18 Jan. 1 vs. Purdue 0 0 Glidden’s 2013 Game-by-Game Receiving Stats Date Opponent No. Yds. Aug. 31 vs. Mississippi State 1 12 Sept. 7 at UTSA 2 40 Sept. 14 Lamar 1 6 Sept. 28 at West Virginia 1 5 Oct. 5 Kansas State 1 14 Oct. 19 TCU 0 0 Oct. 26 at Iowa State 0 0 Nov. 2 at Texas Tech 1 14 Nov. 9 Kansas 6 73 Nov. 16 at Texas 0 0 Nov. 23 Baylor 1 4 Dec. 7 Oklahoma 0 0 Jan. 3 vs. Missouri 1 5

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Glidden’s Career Receiving Stats Year G Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long Avg./G 2012 8 1 18 18.0 1 18 2.3 2013 13 15 173 11.53 0 39 13.3 Career 21 16 191 11.93 1 39 9.09 Glidden’s Career Special Teams Stats Year GP KR Yds Avg TD Long PR Yds Avg TD Long 2012 8 0 0 0 0 0 6 27 4.5 0 12 2013 13 0 0 0 0 0 5 11 2.2 0 9 Career 21 0 0 0 0 0 11 38 3.5 0 12

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29 Cameron Gravelle Receiver | 6-0 | 195 | Senior Austin, Texas/Anderson

2010 (Freshman): Attended Oklahoma State, but did not play football. High School: Attended Anderson HS in Austin, Texas, where he was coached by Marcus Reiland ... First-team all-district honoree his junior and senior years ... Honored as his school’s male athlete of the year his senior year ... Also competed in baseball and basketball and was honorable mention all-district on the diamond ... Academic all-district in all three sports his junior and senior years ... Member of the National Honor Society and the Student Athlete Mentor program. Personal: Cameron Joseph Gravelle was born March 14, 1992 in Austin, Texas ... Son of Matthew Gravelle and Patricia Verzino ... Accounting major.

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75 Chris Grisbhy Offensive Line | 6-5 | 325 | Senior Clute, Texas/Brazoswood/Blinn CC Pronounced GRIZZ-bee Moved into a starting role in 2013 after transitioning to FBS football in 2012. 2013 (Junior): Started eight games and played in 11 ... Saw time at both guard and tackle on the offensive line ... Credited with six knockdown blocks including four against Baylor ... Named the offensive line MVP by coaches for his performance at UTSA, where he played a season-high 77 snaps. 2012 (Sophomore): Saw action in two games, playing against Savannah State and Baylor. Junior College: Was one of three junior college transfers in the 2012 recruiting class … Former teammate of OSU linebacker Alex Elkins at Blinn … Spent his first season at Blinn as a redshirt and then earned all-conference honors in 2011 … Received recruiting interest from West Virginia, Arkansas, South Florida, Kansas State and Texas Tech … Ranked by Rivals as the No. 43 junior college prospect in the country. High School: Only played one season of high school football (sophomore season). Personal: Born Dec. 22, 1991, in Galveston … Education major ... Son of Jackie Grisbhy.

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19 Ben Grogan

Kicker | 6-1 | 186 | Sophomore Arlington, Texas/Martin Stepped immediately into the starting role after arriving on campus and set an OSU freshman record with four field goals made in a close victory over TCU. 2013 (Freshman): Lead the team in scoring with 100 points ... Ranked sixth in the Big 12 and 51st in the NCAA in scoring per game at 7.7 ppg ... Finished the regular season 11-18 on field goal attempts, two of which were blocked ... Big 12 special teams player of the week after connecting on an OSU freshman-record four field goals against Kansas State ... Made season-long field goals of 41 yards against Texas Tech and Oklahoma ... Was 67-of-68 on PAT attempts, with his only miss being a blocked kick at Iowa State. High School: Coached by Bob Wager ... Earned class 5A firstteam all-state honors by the Associated Press Sports Editors after he connected on nine-of-11 field goals with a long of 56 yards and was a perfect 40-for-40 on PAT attempts his senior year ... Three-star prospect by both ESPN.com and Rivals.com ... Rivals. com ranks him as the No. 9 kicker in the nation and ESPN.com has him at No. 15 nationally ... The only kicker included on the list of Texas Football Magazine’s top 300 prospects ... Member of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Super Team as a first-team kicker and punter ... Knocked in eight-of-10 field goal attempts with a long of 52 yards and added 25-of-25 PATs his junior year ... Also played soccer ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Held offers from Kansas and Memphis ... Once kicked a PAT using the old-time drop-kick style. Personal: Ben Grogan was born Jan. 9, 1995, in Arlington, Texas ... Son of Mike and Marcia Grogan ... Undecided on a major. Grogan’s Career Kicking Stats Year FGM-FGA Pct. 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lg Blk 2013 11-18 61.1 0-0 5-6 4-7 2-5 0-0 41 2 Career 11-18 61.1 0-0 5-6 4-7 2-5 0-0 41 2

One-time walk-on who was put on scholarship after the 2013 season. 2013 (Junior): Logged playing time in lopsided wins over Kansas and Baylor, but did not record any stats. 2012 (Sophomore): Saw late-game action in wins over Savannah State and Louisiana, making one catch for eight yards against Savannah State. 2011: Redshirt.

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98 Ofa Hautau

Defensive Tackle | 6-2 | 290 | Senior Salt Lake City, Utah/East/Snow College Pronounced OH-fuh HOW-tao Career Highs Tackles Sacks TFL

2, twice, last vs. Kansas State, 2013 1 at West Virginia, 2013 1.0, twice, last at West Virginia, 2013

After seeing significant action in his first year at the Division I level in 2013, is a strong candidate to earn a starting spot on the interior of the defensive line in 2014. 2013 (Junior): Played in 12 games during the regular season ... Totaled eight tackles, including two for a loss and one sack ... Credited with two tackles in the Lamar, West Virginia and Kansas State games ... Also credited with a tackle in the Mississippi State and Oklahoma games ... Had a sack for a loss of three yards at West Virginia. Junior College: Coached by Tyler Hughes at Snow College in Utah ... Helped lead the Badgers to an 11-1 record, their first league title since 2008 and a No. 3 final national ranking ... First-team AllAmerican by the National Junior College Athletic Association and by JC Gridwire ... Defensive player of the year in the Western States Football League ... Logged 41 tackles, five sacks and 11 tackles for loss ... Was the driving force in Snow leading the nation in sacks as a team due to the constant double-teams he commanded on the interior ... A three-star prospect by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Scout.com ranked him as the No. 10 junior college defensive tackle in the country ... Carried scholarship offers from Utah, Oregon State and Hawaii, among others. High School: Amassed 57 tackles, 17 sacks, a safety and an interception as a senior ... First-team all-state selection in class 4A by the Salt Lake Tribune and the Deseret News ... Had 36 tackles and four sacks as a junior.

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17 Austin Hays

Receiver | 6-2 | 185 | Sophomore San Antonio, Texas/Reagan Career Highs Receptions Receiving Yards Long Reception

8 vs. Savannah State, 2012 81 at Kansas State, 2012 54 at Kansas State, 2012

Missed most of 2013 due to injury, but was a strong performer as a true freshman in 2012 ... Coaches have praised him for his understanding of the offense as a whole and his ability to play multiple wide receiver positions within OSU’s scheme.

2013 (Sophomore): His lone game action came against Lamar, when he made one catch for eight yards. 2012 (Freshman): Got his first career start against Kansas and ended the season with nine straight starts under his belt ... Led all freshmen in starts (10), catches (29) and receiving yards (394) ... Receptions total was fourth on the team and yardage total was fifth among all Cowboys … Began his career with eight catches for 77 yards in the season opener against Savannah State ... His first career TD came on a 1-yard pass from J.W. Walsh in the opener ... Injury and illness sidelined him for the next three games (Arizona, Louisiana and Texas) ... Had nine-yard receptions against Kansas and TCU ... Caught a 41-yard pass against TCU ... At Kansas State he had four catches for 81 yards, including a 54-yard TD reception from Wes Lunt ... Caught three passes for 49 yards against West Virginia ... Had a 17-yard catch vs. Texas Tech and a 27-yarder at OU ... Had five catches for 59 yards at Baylor ... Caught four passes covering 25 yards against Purdue … Averaged 13.6 yards per catch. High School: Was a Class 5A all-state selection by the San Antonio Express News and he was an all-district selection on a Reagan team that made an appearance in the quarterfinals of the state playoffs … Ended his senior season with 55 catches covering 1,060 yards with 14 touchdowns and an average of 19.9 yards per reception ... Also a baseball and track athlete ... A first-team academic all-state selection ... One of the last Cowboys added to the signing class. Personal: Born Jan. 18, 1994, in San Antonio ... Parents are Russell and Robin Hays ... Undecided on a major ... Dad was a receiver at Texas (1981-85). Hays’ 2012 Game-by-Game Receiving Stats Date Opponent No. Yds. Sept. 1 Savannah State 8 77 Sept. 8 at Arizona DNP Sept. 15 Louisiana DNP Sept. 29 Texas DNP Oct. 13 at Kansas 1 9 Oct. 20 Iowa State 1 9 Oct. 27 TCU 1 41 Nov. 3 at Kansas State 4 81 Nov. 10 West Virginia 3 49 Nov. 17 Texas Tech 1 17 Nov. 24 at Oklahoma 1 27 Dec. 1 at Baylor 5 59 Jan. 1 vs. Purdue 4 25 Hays’ 2013 Game-by-Game Receiving Stats Date Opponent No. Yds. Aug. 31 vs. Mississippi State DNP Sept. 7 at UTSA DNP Sept. 14 Lamar 1 8 Sept. 28 at West Virginia DNP Oct. 5 Kansas State DNP Oct. 19 TCU DNP Oct. 26 at Iowa State DNP Nov. 2 at Texas Tech DNP Nov. 9 Kansas DNP Nov. 16 at Texas DNP Nov. 23 Baylor DNP Dec. 7 Oklahoma DNP Jan. 3 Missouri DNP

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76 Colby hegwood

Offensive Line | 6-5 | 320 | Junior Flowood, Miss./Northwest Rankin/Pearl River CC Developing player who came to OSU from the junior college ranks. 2013: Saw late-game action in OSU’s wins over Iowa State and Kansas. Junior College: Played one year at Pearl River CC in Poplarville, Miss., where he was coached by Tim Hatten ... Was a starter from day one playing in a spread offense very similar to Oklahoma State’s ... Did not accumulate any stats as an offensive lineman. High School: Attended Northwest Rankin HS in Flowood, Miss., where he played for David Coates and Pete Hurt ... All-district honoree .. Played in the Mississippi North vs. South All-Star Game ... His school won the Rankin County title his junior and senior years ... Coached youth football. Personal: Colby Hegwood was born Feb. 5, 1994 ... Son of Glenn and Peggy Hegwood ... Plans to major in civil engineering.

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24 Tyreek Hill

Receiver | 5-10 | 185 | Junior Pearson, Ga./Coffee/Garden City CC Enrolled at OSU in January of 2014 and made an immediate impact by winning the Big 12 indoor title in the 200 meters and taking second in the 60 meters to help lead the Cowboy track and field program to its first Big 12 team championship. Junior College: Attended Garden City CC in Garden City, Kan., where he was coached by Matt Miller ... A five-star recruit by Scout. com and a four-star recruit by Rivals.com and 247sports.com ... Had reported offers from Alabama, Florida State, USC, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee, Nebraska and Arkansas, among numerous other high-level programs ... As a sophomore in 2013, Hill made 32 catches for 532 yards with six touchdowns and he carried the ball 101 times for 659 yards and five touchdowns. High School: Attended Coffee HS in Douglas, Ga., where he was coached by Ken Eldridge ... A standout on the track who ran the 200 meters in 20.14 seconds - the second-fastest high school mark of all time - and ran the 100 meters in 10.19 to match the fastest time in the country his senior year ... To put his 200 meter time of 20.14 into perspective, it would have been the fastest time in the nation among collegians in 2013 and would have placed him sixth at the 2012 London Olympics ... Won state titles in the 100 meters, the 200 meters and the long jump his senior year ... The Atlanta Track Club named him the Georgia Athlete of the Year. Personal: Tyreek Hill was born March 1, 1994.

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11 Jake Hubenak

Quarterback | 6-2 | 190 | R-Freshman Georgetown, Texas/Georgetown

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87 Victor Irokansi

2013: Redshirt. High School: Attended Georgetown HS in Georgetown, Texas, where he was coached by Jason Dean ... All-Central Texas Player of the Year by the Austin American-Statesman, Class 4A Player of the Year, all-state and district MVP ... Led the team to a 19-1 record as a starter, with his lone loss coming in the state championship game, where he threw for 318 yards, three touchdowns and rushed for 60 yards ... Threw for 4,108 yards and 48 touchdowns as a senior ... Academic all-district honoree ... Lost most of his junior year to injury. Personal: Jake Ryan Joseph Hubenak was born March 17, 1995 in Austin, Texas ... Son of Coco and Trish Hubenak ... Finance major.

2013 (Freshman): Saw action in two games, playing at UTSA and against Lamar. 2012: Redshirt. High School: A Texas Football Magazine top 30 defensive line prospect and an all-district selection … Had 60 tackles and seven sacks as a junior … Rated by Rivals as the No. 94 prospect in Texas … Had scholarship offers from Colorado and Baylor, among others, and originally committed to the Buffaloes … Also a track athlete in high school. Personal: Born Jan 17, 1994, in Austin … Son of Christy and Ike Ironkansi … Undecided on a major.

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70 Ben Hughes

2013: Redshirt. High School: Coached by Matt Carrol ... A four-star prospect by ESPN.com and a three-star prospect by both Rivals.com and Scout.com ... ESPN.com ranked him as the nation’s No. 31 defensive tackle and the No. 44 player overall in the state of Texas ... Rivals.com had him at No. 45 among America’s defensive tackles and No. 78 overall in Texas ... Had 87 tackles (17 for loss with six sacks) his junior year .. A member of the Waco Tribune-Herald Super CenTex first team and also a top-100 recruit in Texas by the same publication ... Also competed in track and field, power lifting, basketball and soccer ... Earned a spot on his school’s top six percent A honor roll ... Participated in several extracurricular activities including assisting with little league football, the choir, culinary arts and art club ... Held scholarship offers from Kansas State and Mississippi State, among others. Personal: Ben Hughes IV was born Aug. 23, 1994, in Waco, Texas ... Son of Ben Hughes and Deanna Young ... His father played football at Texas State and his aunt, Shayla Hughes, ran track at Texas ... Possible majors include history or music.

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Prospect who has shown good burst at times and is looking to establish himself as a playing time candidate in 2014.

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Developing prospect who stands to benefit from the redshirt season he took in 2013 ... Could crack into the playing time rotation with a good offseason.

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Defensive Tackle | 6-3 | 310 | R-Freshman Waco, Texas/University

Personal: Seth Josiah Jacobs was born Oct. 14, 1993, in Lindsay, Calif. ... Son of Jimmy and Tracy Jacobs ... Father played football at the University of Idaho and had a stint with the Canadian Football League’s British Columbia Lions ... Undecided on a major.

Defensive End | 6-3 | 240 | Sophomore Pflugerville, Texas/Hendrickson

Pronounced HUE-bin-ack Walk-on who performed well in quarterbacking the OSU scout team in 2013.

as a junior … Was a varsity starter as a freshman … An all-state selection by Cal-Hi Sports as a defensive back … Had 151 tackles and 926 yards of total offense as a senior ... Also competed in track and field ... Coached youth football and was a teacher’s aid for a local fourth-grade class ... Held scholarship offers from Oregon, UCLA, Arkansas, Washington and Oregon State, among others.

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47 Blake Jarwin

Tight End | 6-5 | 240 | Sophomore Tuttle, Okla./Tuttle Valuable member of the scout team who is a candidate to see sustained playing time. 2013 (R-Freshman): Practiced, but did not see any game action. 2012: Redshirt. High School: Attended Tuttle HS in Tuttle, Okla., where he was coached by Phillip Koons ... Member of The Oklahoman’s Little All-City team ... Also competed in baseball, basketball and track and field ... Made seven catches for 145 yards and registered 38 tackles, three sacks and nine tackles for loss playing defense ... Member of the National Honor Society and participated in FCA. Personal: Blake Jarwin was born July 16, 1994 in Oklahoma City ... Son of James and Leslie Jarwin ... Mother played basketball at St. Gregory’s Junior College and Southern Nazarene University ... Majoring in business management.

Linebacker | 6-2 | 220 | Sophomore Arroyo Grande, Calif./Arroyo Grande Career Highs Tackles Sacks TFL

4 vs. Lamar, 2013 No career sacks No career tackles for loss

A viable candidate to become a first-time starter in 2014 ... Saw the first game action of his career in 2013 and figures to expand his role moving forward. 2013 (Freshman): Saw action in six games, playing against UTSA, Lamar, Iowa State, Texas Tech, Kansas and Texas ... Finished with 11 tackles and eight solo stops ... Had a season-high four tackles against Lamar ... Credited with three stops at Iowa State, two at UTSA and one in the Texas Tech and Kansas games. 2012: Redshirt. High School: Coached by Tom Goosen ... Played linebacker and quarterback during his prep career … An All-CIF (California Interscholastic Federation) selection … Southern Section Western Division defensive player of the year and league defensive player of the year… Played on a 13-1 team as a senior … All-State and All-CIF

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39 Teddy Johnson Fullback | 5-11 | 225 | Senior Coppell, Texas/Coppell

2011 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 2012 First Team Academic All-Big 12 2013 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 A key member of Oklahoma State’s special teams coverage units who made the move from linebacker to fullback ... One-time walkon who was rewarded with a scholarship after the 2013 season. 2013 (Junior): Played in every game on special teams ... Credited with nine tackles during the season, including seven solo stops ... Had at least one tackle in seven games. 2012 (Sophomore): Saw action in every game except Louisiana and Purdue, primarily on special teams … Ended the season with five solo tackles … Had two tackles at Kansas State and solo stops against Texas, Oklahoma and Baylor … Recovered a fumble against West Virginia. 2011(Freshman): Logged six tackles on the season and provided a significant momentum swing by recovering a fumbled punt early in the Cowboys’ 66-6 win at Texas Tech ... Usually one of the first players down the field in any coverage situation. 2010: Redshirt. High School: Attended Coppell HS, where he was coached by Joe McBride ... Was a class 5A all-area linebacker ... Was his team’s leading tackler with 125 stops his senior year ... Forced five fumbles and picked off a pass as well ... Defensive MVP of the Oil Bowl All-Star Game ... Also wrestled, played basketball and was a power lifter in high school with a 405-pound bench press, a 550-pound squat and a 36-inch vertical leap his senior year ... Took collegiate-level courses at Northlake CC while still in high school and maintained a 3.0 grade-point average. Personal: Theodore Dean Johnson was born April 4, 1991, in Irving, Texas ... Son of Darlene and Mitch and Denise Johnson ... Volunteered regularly in community service during high school ... Majoring in business. Johnson’s Career Stats Year GP UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks INT PBU QBH FF FR BK 2011 10 6-0-6 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2012 11 5-0-5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2013 13 7-2-9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 34 18-2-20 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

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58 Daniel Koenig

Pronounced mike-TAY-vee-us

Pronounced CONE-ig

Cornerback | 5-10 | 175 | Junior Houston, Texas/North Shore

Career Highs Tackles TFL Pass Break Ups

5 at UTSA, 2013 No career tackles for loss No career pass breakups

One of the Oklahoma State’s fastest players ... Will likely see more playing time in 2014 than he has seen to date. 2013 (Sophomore): Played in every game and made 14 total tackles with 13 solo stops ... His best game came against UTSA when he was credited with five tackles ... Made at least one tackle in eight games. 2012 (Freshman): Credited with three tackles while playing in 10 games … Did not play against Savannah State, Arizona or Texas, but saw action in each of the final nine games of the season … Had solo tackles against Louisiana, Kansas State and Texas Tech. 2011: Redshirt. High School: Rated by Scout as the No. 29 prospect in the country at his position and No. 65 overall in the state of Texas … A Texas Football top 20 recruit at his position … SuperPrep ranked him No. 83 among all Texas prospects … Had 61 tackles, a sack, an interception and 21 pass break-ups as a senior … First-team all-district ... A four-year member of the North Shore track team ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Baylor, Houston, Kansas and Rice were among the schools showing interest. Personal: Born March 16, 1992, in Ruston, La. ... Son of Demetria Jones and Michael Heard ... Has two older brothers, Marcus and Marquise ... Marcus plays football at Harding … Hasn’t selected a major. Jones’ Career Stats Year GP UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks INT PBU QBH FF FR BK 2012 10 3-0-3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2013 13 13-1-14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 23 16-1-17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Offensive Line | 6-6 | 300 | Senior Cape Coral, Fla./Cape Coral

A two-year starter who is the third of the Koenig brothers to start on the Oklahoma State offensive line, following Doug, who lettered in 2003 and David, who lettered from 2004-07. 2013 (Junior): Started 11 games with an injury keeping him out of the UTSA and Lamar games early in the year ... Played right tackle at the beginning of the year, but moved to the left tackle spot after a shuffling of the offensive line for TCU game ... He remained there and thrived all year, earning the offensive line MVP award against Kansas and Baylor ... Credited with 25 knockdown blocks, including six vs. Oklahoma and five in the season opener vs. Mississippi State ... Given the most physical award for his performances against Mississippi State, TCU, Iowa State and Baylor. 2012 (Sophomore): Started 11 games at right tackle ... Was banged up against Texas Tech and did not start, and did not open the game at Baylor ... Still ended up playing 23 snaps against the Red Raiders ... Was the OSU offensive line MVP against Louisiana and Kansas ... Highest film grade came after the Louisiana game ... Had 12 knock-down blocks in that game and 6.5 knock-downs at Arizona. 2011 (Freshman): Played a major role on special teams … Saw action in every game but Texas … Saw extensive playing time in the o-line against Louisiana, Kansas, Baylor and Texas Tech. 2010: Redshirt. High School: Rated as one of the top 100 players in Florida by Rivals and No. 58 in the country at his position … SuperPrep ranked him No. 69 in Florida on its All-Dixie regional team ... Prep team had an undefeated regular season in 2009 and its best record in school history … Rated by Scout as the No. 49 guard prospect in the country … All-district selection … Also played basketball and lacrosse. Personal: Born April 8, 1992, in Fort Myers, Fla. … Son of Bob and Cindy Koenig … Business marketing major … Fishing is one of his hobbies … Accumulated an impressive list of scholarship offers, including Tennessee, Nebraska, Miami, North Carolina and Clemson … Becomes the third member of his family to sign with Oklahoma State, joining older brothers Doug and David, who were both offensive linemen.

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79 Jack Kurzu

Offensive Line | 6-4 | 305 | R-Freshman St. Louis, Mo./Mary Institute Country Day School Developing offensive line prospect who redshirted as a true freshman in 2013. 2013: Redshirt. High School: Coached by Josh Smith ... Helped lead the squad to a class 4A state runner-up finish in 2011 ... Battled injury his senior year, but was a first-team all-state and all-metro honoree as a junior in 2011 ... A three-star prospect by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Rivals tabbed him as the nation’s No. 32 offensive guard and Scout had him at No. 40 nationally ... ESPN.com ranked him as an offensive tackle and put him at No. 80 on its national list ... Also competed in the shot put ... Owner of a 3.5 grade point average on an unweighted scale ... Transferred in after starting his high school career at St. Thomas Aquinas HS in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. ... Part of St. Thomas Aquinas’ 2010 class 5A state champion team ... Earned highest academic honors at St. Thomas Aquinas in 2010 ... Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and participated in community service at St. Louis Family Church and at his school ... Held scholarship offers from Ball State and Troy. Personal: Robert John Kurzu II was born Oct. 28, 1994, in St. Louis, Mo. ... Son of Bob and Laura Kurzu ... Father played football at Florida and his sister, Sarah, was on the rowing team at Miami (Fla.) ... Great-grandfather, Jim Storms, played football and basketball at Missouri ... Possible majors include marketing and business.

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Cowboys 16 Richard Lagow

Quarterback | 6-6 | 230 | R-Freshman Plano, Texas/Plano/Connecticut Pronounced luh-GO Big-bodied quarterback who transferred to OSU from Connecticut in August of 2013. 2013: Redshirt. High School: Attended Plano HS in Plano, Texas, where he was coached by Jaydon McCullough ... Passed for 4,000 yards and 34 touchdowns and added 14 rushing touchdowns during his prep career ... The quarterback MVP of the NUC All-America Game and the MVP of the East vs. West All-Star Classic Game ... Two-time first-team all-district ... Team MVP.

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6 Ashton Lampkin Cornerback | 5-11 | 180 | Junior Arlington, Texas/Dunbar

2013 First Team Academic All-Big 12 Career Highs Tackles TFL Pass Break Ups

4, three times, last vs. Kansas State, 2013 No career tackles for loss 1 at UTSA, 2013

Strong candidate to become a full-time starter in 2014 ... Honored as Oklahoma State’s Special Teams Most Valuable Player in 2013 ... Became an important part of the OSU secondary as a sophomore in 2013 ... Has seen action in every game during his career as a Cowboy and possesses good size for his position. 2013 (Sophomore): Played in every game as a sophomore ... Tallied 24 tackles with 19 solo tackles ... Credited with a pass breakup as well ... Had a season-high four tackles against UTSA and Kansas State ... Made three stops against Texas and Baylor ... Credited with at least one tackle in nine games. 2012 (Freshman): Saw action in every game ... Became the first Cowboy with an interception in 2012 when he picked off a pass in the season opener against Savannah State ... Had three tackles against Savannah State, TCU and Texas Tech ... Had a seasonbest four tackles at Baylor in the regular-season finale and had a solo tackle in the bowl win over Purdue. High School: A member of the Texas Football Magazine Super Team … A top 15 DB prospect by that publication … Rated by Rivals as the No. 69 prospect in Texas and No. 36 in the country at his position … Scout ranked him No. 58 among America’s defensive backs … Had 76 tackles as a senior with four interceptions and on offense he caught 20 passes for 450 yards with four touchdowns … Had six picks as a junior. Personal: Born Oct. 1, 1994, in Oklahoma City … Son of Stacey Lampkin and Anthony Crooks … Undecided on a major ... Had a big offer sheet with Arizona, Arizona State, Kansas State, Missouri, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and Utah all in contention … Member of the Student Council … Also a track athlete. Lampkin’s Career Stats Year GP UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks INT PBU QBH FF FR BK 2012 13 18-0-18 0 0 1` 0 0 0 0 0 2013 13 19-5-24 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Career 26 37-5-42 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

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95 Vili Leveni

Defensive End | 6-3 | 270 | R-Freshman Hurst, Texas/L.D. Bell Has added a tremendous amount of mass since coming to campus and is a candidate to go from redshirt to gameday contributor with a strong offseason. 2013: Redshirt. High School: Coached by Mark Smith ... Logged 41 tackles (11 for loss) and three sacks as a senior ... Had 38 tackles (six for loss) and two sacks as a junior ... A three-star prospect by ESPN. com, Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Ranked as the nation’s No. 68 defensive end by Scout.com ... A member of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram super team ... A top-100 Dallas-area recruit by the Dallas Morning News ... Two-time first-team all-district honoree ... Carried scholarship offers from Utah, Boise State, Mississippi State, Houston and Navy, among others. Personal: Vili Leveni was born June 3, 1995 ... Son of Melesete Leveni ... One of eight children, he has five sisters and two brothers.

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57 Paul Lewis

Offensive Lineman | 6-3 | 295 | Sophomore Houston, Texas/North Shore Candidate to be a full-time starter on the interior of the offensive line ... Saw action in six games and started once as a redshirt freshman in 2013. 2013 (Freshman): Played in six games and earned a start against Lamar ... Credited with two knockdown blocks on the year ... Played a season-high 54 snaps against Lamar. 2012: Redshirt. High School: Coached by David Aymond ... First-team all-district selection ... Had 15 knockdowns and 20 pancake blocks his senior year ... Lost part of his junior season to injury … Rated by Rivals as the No. 16 center prospect in the country … Competed in the shot put and discus for the track and field team ... Maintained a 3.5 grade point average and was a member of the A&B Honor Roll every year of high school. Personal: Born Feb. 26, 1993, in Houston … Son of Darolyn and Raymond Lewis … Undecided on a major.

Personal: Richard William Lagow was born Sept. 14, 1994 in Plano, Texas ... Son of Kyle & DeAnn Lagow ... Father played football at SMU and sister, Katherine, played soccer at LSU ... A strategic communications major.

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25 Taylor Lewis

Cornerback | 6-0 | 180 | R-Freshman Dallas, Texas/DeSoto Son of former Houston Oiler and Tennessee Titan Rod Lewis ... A member of the scout team while redshirting as a true freshman in 2013. 2013: Redshirt. High School: Coached by Claude Mathis ... All-district honoree and his team’s defensive most valuable player after making 52 tackles and picking off four passes as a senior ... A second-team all-area selection by the Dallas Morning News ... A three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Member of the A/B honor roll and the student council ... Also competed in track and field ... Held scholarship offers from Kansas and Washington State. Personal: Taylor F. Lewis was born Jan. 24, 1995, in Houston, Texas ... Son of Rod and Becky Lewis ... Father played football at Arizona and had a five year NFL career with the Houston Oilers/ Tennessee Titans ... Possible majors include communications or mathematics.

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Cowboys 5 Jerel Morrow

Cornerback | 6-0 | 180 | R-Freshman Emporia, Kan./Emporia Two-sport athlete at Oklahoma State who doubles as a long jumper on the Cowboys’ track and field team ... Redshirted the 2013 football season as a true freshman.

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2 Caleb Muncrief Running Back | 5-8 | 190 | Junior Madill, Okla./Madill

Saw the field as a true freshman in 2012 and played a role in the offense in 2013. 2013 (Sophomore): Saw action in five games ... Carried the ball twice for nine yards against UTSA, twice for six yards against Lamar and twice for three yards against Kansas. 2012 (Freshman): Played in seven games, including four Big 12 games (Texas, Kansas, Iowa State and Texas Tech) … Had five carries for 22 yards in his college debut against Savannah State to accompany four punt returns for 74 yards, including a 23-yarder … Carried six times for 21 yards vs. Louisiana with two kickoff returns for 42 yards … Had three rushes for 14 yards against Purdue. High School: Coached by Kerry Roberts and Milton Cooper ... A class 3A all-state selection by the Oklahoma Coaches Association as a senior after rushing 200 times for 1,571 yards and 24 touchdowns ... Honorable mention all-state selection by the Tulsa World his junior year after carrying 129 times for 1,202 yards and 20 touchdowns ... Averaged 8.4 yards per carry his final two years of high school ... A former Tulsa commit ... Completed his high school days with a state championship in the 100 meters (10.74) ... Participated with the Madill First Baptist Church FCA. Personal: Caleb Michael Muncrief was born Feb. 12, 1994, in Ardmore, Okla. ... Son of Mike and Kayelynn Muncrief ... Undecided on a major. Muncrief’s Career Rushing Stats Year G Att. Gain Loss Net 2012 7 14 63 6 57 2013 5 6 18 0 19 Career 12 20 81 6 75

Avg. TD Long Avg./G 4.1 0 13 8.1 3.0 0 5 3.6 3.8 0 13 6.2

Muncrief’s Career Special Teams Stats Year GP KR Yds Avg TD Long 2012 7 2 42 21.0 0 33 2013 5 0 0 0 0 0 Career 12 2 42 21.0 0 33

PR Yds Avg TD Long 4 74 18.5 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 4 74 18.5 0 23

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38 Emmanuel Ogbah Defensive End | 6-4 | 270 | Sophomore Houston, Texas/George Bush Pronounced AWG-buh 2013 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 Career Highs Tackles Sacks TFL

3, twice, last at Iowa State, 2013 1.0, 4 times, last vs. Baylor, 2013 1.0, 6 times, last vs. Oklahoma, 2013

An exciting prospect to follow who made plays and was a strong contributor en route to earning honorable mention Big 12 Defensive Freshman of the Year recognition in 2013. 2013 (Freshman): Played in every game as a freshman ... Finished the regular season with 20 total tackles and 15 solo stops ... Finished tied for the team lead with 4.0 sacks ... Ranked seventh on the team in tackles for loss with 5.5 and fourth on the team in yards lost on those tackles with 29 ... Also logged four quarterback hurries and a fumble recovery ... Credited with at least one tackle in 12 games ... Had a season-high three stops against Mississippi State and Iowa State ... All four of his sacks were unassisted with one each vs. Mississippi State, Texas Tech, Texas and Baylor. 2012: Redshirt. High School: Was a finalist for the Greater Houston Defensive Player of the Year … District defensive MVP … Houston metro first teamer … Had 57 tackles as a senior, including 47 solo stops, with six sacks, two forced fumbles and a recovered fumble. Personal: Born Nov. 6, 1993, in Lagos, Nigeria … Son of Richard and Regina Ogbah …Undecided on a major … Received recruiting attention from Arizona and Texas Tech, among others … Attended the same high school as OSU All-American and All-Pro offensive lineman Russell Okung of the Seattle Seahawks.

2013: Redshirt. High School: Coached by Bill Lowe ... Ranked as the No. 1 player in the state of Kansas by ESPN.com and Rivals.com ... Played in the Offense-Defense All-America Bowl ... Hauled in 38 receptions for 726 yards and five touchdowns as a senior ... Earned first-team all-state accolades as both a wide receiver and as a defensive back by different outlets ... Rivals.com tabbed him as the nation’s No. 17 player under the “athlete” category ... Also a standout performer in track and field with aspirations of competing as a jumper at OSU ... Had scholarship offers from Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas State and Kansas among numerous others. Personal: Jerel Morrow was born Sept. 22, 1994 ... Son of Tammy and Leon Morrow.

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Personal: Dominic James Ramacher was born June 14, 1994, in Coon Rapids, Minn. ... Son of Tracy and Troy Ramacher ... His mother played volleyball at Texas-Pan American and his uncle, Travis White, was a receiver at North Dakota State ... Undecided on a major.

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1 KEvin Peterson Cornerback | 5-11 | 185 | Junior Wagoner, Okla./Wagoner

Career Highs Tackles TFL Pass Break Ups

6, vs. Baylor, 2013 1.0, 3 times, last vs. Baylor, 2013 2 at West Virginia, 2013

Expected to be one of the anchors of the Oklahoma State defense moving forward after he cracked into the starting lineup on a fulltime basis as a sophomore in 2013. 2013 (Sophomore): Started 11 games and played in 12 ... Missed the Texas Tech game due to injury ... Finished the season with 24 tackles and 20 solo stops ... Had six pass breakups on the year ... Intercepted a pass against Oklahoma on the opening play of the second half ... Also picked off a pass against Kansas and returned it for 38 yards ... Had a season-high six tackles in OSU’s win over No. 3 Baylor ... Credited with one tackle for a loss against UTSA, Kansas and Baylor. 2012 (Freshman): Saw action in every game and his playing time increased down the stretch, including a start in the regular season finale against Baylor ... Had a season-best four tackles against Texas Tech and at Baylor ... Had two tackles against West Virginia, Kansas State and Purdue … His 20 tackles led the 2012 recruiting class. High School: Coached by Dale Condict ... A standout on Wagoner’s first state championship team … Originally committed to Oklahoma … Tulsa World player of the year and named the state’s defensive player of the year by The Oklahoman … All-stater … SuperPrep All-American … Rated by that publication as the No. 18 prospect in the Midlands region … Rated by Rivals as the seventh best prospect in Oklahoma … Participated in track and basketball as well … A state champion in the 100 meters (10.86) and 200 meters (22.21) … Rushed for 1,621 yards and 25 TDs as a senior to go with 42 tackles and three interceptions on defense ... Extracurricular activities included reading to children weekly in a local elementary school and participating with the FCCLA community leadership group. Personal: Kevin Lamont Peterson was born March 22, 1994, in Muskogee … Son of Kevin and Kimberly Peterson … Undecided on a major. Peterson’s Career Stats Year GP UT-AT-TT 2012 13 16-4-20 2013 12 20-4-24 Career 25 36-8-44

TFL Sacks INT PBU QBH FF FR BK 0.0 0.0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3.0 0.0 2 4 0 0 0 0 3.0 0.0 2 6 0 0 0 0

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44 Dillon Rake

Linebacker | 6-1 | 216 | Sophomore Southlake, Texas/Carroll Walk-on who was a hard-working, talented and productive member of the scout team in 2013 ... Is a candidate to see playing time. 2013 (R-Freshman): Saw action in OSU’s lopsided win over Lamar, but did not record any stats. 2012: Redshirt who was a member of the Oklahoma State baseball team, but did not see any game action. High School: Attended Southlake Carroll HS, where he was coached by Hal Wasson ... All-district honoree who helped lead Carroll to a Class 5A Division I state title ... Recorded 124 tackles, 76 of which were solo stops. Personal: James Dillon Rake was born June 1, 1993 in Topeka, Kan. ... Son of Jalynn and Greg Rake ... Mother played basketball at Abilene Christian University and dad played baseball at Ohio State ... International business major.

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36 Dominic Ramacher Linebacker | 6-3 | 230 | Sophomore Denton, Texas/Guyer Pronounced RAM-uh-kerr

16 Deric Robertson Safety | 6-2 | 200 | Sophomore Killeen, Texas/Killeen

Career Highs Tackles TFL Pass Break Ups

3 at UTSA, 2013 No career tackles for loss No career pass break-ups

Saw action in some important situations as a true freshman in 2013 ... A strong offseason could push him into the starting lineup. 2013 (Freshman): Played in eight games as a true freshman ... Made four tackles and three solo stops ... Credited with three tackles at UTSA and one at Texas. High School: Coached by Sam Jones ... First-team all-district honoree in 2011 and 2012 and a first-team all-area selection in 2012 ... Participated in the USA Football International Bowl ... Made 54 tackles and had two interceptions, five fumbles forced and one fumble recovered as a senior ... Had 94 tackles, an interception and three fumbles forced as a junior ... A top-100 recruit in the state of Texas by the Waco Herald Tribune ... Three-star prospect by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Rivals.com ranked him No. 35 among America’s safeties ... Also a top-100 safety nationally by Scout (79th) and ESPN.com (83rd) ... Assisted with the AVID college prep program and participated with the French club ... Also competed in track and field ... Held a scholarship offer from Baylor. Personal: Deric Robertson was born Sept. 13, 1995, in Killeen, Texas ... Son of Alexander and Patricia Robertson ... Father played football and mother competed in track and field ... Undecided on a major.

A contributor on special teams ... Has seen time on both sides of the ball during his time at OSU, playing both fullback and linebacker. 2013 (Freshman): Played in 12 games as a freshman ... Saw action with the special teams unit, tallying six tackles during the regular season ... Credited with two tackles against Lamar and TCU and one tackle against Kansas and Oklahoma. 2012: Redshirt High School: Another former standout coached by John Walsh … Member of the ESPN150 … Ranked by Scout as the nation’s No. 27 prospect at tight end with Texas Football Magazine listing him among the state’s top 30 linebackers … SuperPrep ranked him No. 60 among all Texas prospects … Rivals penciled him in at No. 42 overall in Texas and No. 26 nationally as an “athlete” … As a senior, he had 105 tackles with four interceptions and caught two passes, including a 49-yard overtime score in the playoffs … Also played basketball ... Participated in the peer assistance leadership group PALS ... Scholarship offers rolled in from Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Michigan and Purdue, among others.

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64 Jesse Robinson Offensive Line | 6-6 | 310 | R-Freshman Bedford, Texas/L.D. Bell

Demonstrated some ability while competing on the scout team as a true freshman in 2013 ... Could be in line to see action early on in his career. 2013: Redshirt. High School: Coached by Mark Smith ... Three-year starter and letterman ... All-district honoree ... A three-star prospect by ESPN. com, Rivals.com and Scout.com ... ESPN.com ranked him No. 50 among offensive tackles nationally and the No. 105 player overall in the state of Texas ... A top-100 offensive tackle nationally by Scout. com (84th) ... Participated with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Young Life ... Also competed in track and field, wrestling, basketball and power lifting ... Held offers from Kansas State, Iowa State and Texas Tech among numerous others. Personal: Jesse Lee Robinson was born Feb. 13, 1995, in Fort Worth, Texas ... Son of Kris and David Robinson ... Father played college football and both his mother and brother played college basketball ... Undecided on a major.

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26 Desmond Roland Running Back | 6-2 | 210 | Senior Dallas, Texas/Lake Highlands

Career Highs Rushes 31 at Texas Tech, 11/2/13 Rushing Yards 219 at Iowa State, 10/26/13 Rushing TD 4 at Iowa State, 10/26/13 Long Rush 58 at Iowa State, 10/26/13 Long KR 80 at Kansas State 11/3/12 2013 Season Highs Rushes 31 at Texas Tech, 11/2/13 Rushing Yards 219 at Iowa State, 10/26/13 Rushing TD 4 at Iowa State, 10/26/13 Long Rush 58 at Iowa State, 10/26/13 Long KR 40 at West Virginia, 9/28/13 Big, physical back who was Oklahoma State’s leading rusher in 2013 despite starting the year as a backup ... Has been a contributor on special teams and as a running back during his career.

carries ... Also led the team with 16 touchdowns, scoring 13 on the ground and three receiving ... Had the most rushing yards (219 at Iowa State), carries (31 at Texas Tech), and touchdown rushes (four at Iowa State) of any Cowboy in a game this year ... Big 12 offensive player of the week after the Iowa State game ... His nextbest performance after Iowa State came against Oklahoma, where he rushed for 144 yards and two scores on 21 carries and had a 15-yard touchdown catch ... Had a 58-yard rush at Iowa State that helped him log an average of 8.4 yards per carry in that game ... Before taking over the starting spot, he totaled 147 yards and two touchdowns on 36 carries in the first six games ... In the last seven games as a starter, he ran for 664 yards and 11 scores on 140 carries ... Had seven rushes of at least 20 yards ... Also had seven kickoff returns in the regular season, racking up 155 return yards for an average of 22.1 yards per return.

Roland’s 2012 Game-by-Game Rushing Stats Date Opponent No. Gain Loss Net Sept. 1 Savannah State 9 105 1 104 Sept. 8 at Arizona 0 0 0 0 Sept. 15 Louisiana 13 61 5 56 Sept. 29 Texas 3 20 0 20 Oct. 13 at Kansas 0 0 0 0 Oct. 20 Iowa State 5 18 0 18 Oct. 27 TCU 0 0 0 0 Nov. 3 at Kansas State 0 0 0 0 Nov. 10 West Virginia 0 0 0 0 Nov. 17 Texas Tech 7 55 3 52 Nov. 24 at Oklahoma 0 0 0 0 Dec. 1 at Baylor 0 0 0 0 Jan. 1 vs. Purdue 9 51 0 51

TD Long Avg. 3 42 11.6 0 0 0.0 1 12 4.3 0 16 6.7 0 0 0.0 0 5 3.6 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 24 7.4 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 22 5.7

2012 (Sophomore): Led all OSU rushers (who had more than 20 carries) with an average of 6.5 yards per rush ... Finished fourth on the team with four rushing touchdowns ... Broke the 100-yard mark for the first time in his career with 104 yards and three scores against Savannah State in the season opener ... Ran for 56 yards and a TD against Louisiana ... Rushed for 52 yards on just seven carries against Texas Tech ... Gained 18 yards against Iowa State and 20 vs. Texas ... Had an 80-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Kansas State ... Did not play against Kansas ... Had three runs of 24 yards or more, including a career-long 42 yards vs. Savannah State … Had nine carries for 51 yards against Purdue, including a 22-yard run.

Roland’s 2013 Game-by-Game Rushing Stats Date Opponent No. Gain Loss Net Aug. 31 vs. Mississippi St. 10 52 6 46 Sept. 7 at UTSA 5 26 0 26 Sept. 14 Lamar 9 24 7 17 Sept. 28 at West Virginia 7 47 1 46 Oct. 5 Kansas State 2 1 0 1 Oct. 19 TCU 3 14 3 11 Oct. 26 at Iowa State 26 219 0 219 Nov. 2 at Texas Tech 31 96 0 96 Nov. 9 Kansas 16 47 3 44 Nov. 16 at Texas 19 73 14 59 Nov. 23 Baylor 11 37 1 36 Dec. 7 Oklahoma 21 145 1 144 Jan. 3 Missouri 16 66 0 66

TD Long Avg. 0 20 4.6 0 15 5.2 1 8 1.9 0 22 6.6 0 1 0.5 1 11 3.7 4 58 8.4 3 9 3.1 1 8 2.8 0 29 3.1 0 8 3.3 2 51 6.9 1 9 4.1

2011 (Freshman): Carried 17 times for 95 yards as a true freshman … Rushed for 61 yards on eight carries in his NCAA debut vs. Louisiana … That total included a 30-yard run … Carried seven times for 27 yards vs. Kansas. High School: Coached by Scott Smith ... Rushed for 1,300 yards as a senior with an 8.7-yard average and 21 touchdowns … Ran for 1,200 yards as a junior … Ran for 54 scores during his career … Was nationally ranked as a prospect at running back and receiver … Scout ranked him No. 15 among America’s receiver prospects and the No. 12 prospect in Texas … A second-team member of the Super Team as selected by Texas Football … Dallas Morning News all-area selection … The No. 50 prospect in Texas as selected by SuperPrep … Also played basketball and competed in track and field ... Active with Young Life and the AVID college prep program ... Recruited by Arkansas, Arizona, Ole Miss, Nebraska, North Carolina, TCU and Texas A&M. Personal: Desmond Lamont Roland II was born April 8, 1992, in Midwest City, Okla. ... Son of Carolyn and Desmond Roland ... His sister was an All-American distance runner at Grambling State ... Undecided on a major. Roland’s 2011 Game-by-Game Rushing Stats Date Opponent No. Gain Loss Net TD Long Avg. Sept. 3 Louisiana 8 63 2 61 0 30 7.6 Sept. 8 Arizona DNP Sept. 17 at Tulsa 2 7 0 7 0 4 3.5 Sept. 24 at Texas A&M DNP Oct. 8 Kansas 7 28 1 27 0 13 3.9 Oct. 15 at Texas 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Oct. 22 at Missouri DNP Oct. 29 Baylor DNP Nov. 5 Kansas State DNP Nov. 12 at Texas Tech DNP Nov. 18 at Iowa State DNP Dec. 3 Oklahoma 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 Jan. 2 vs. Stanford DNP

Roland’s 2013 Game-by-Game Receiving Stats Date Opponent No. Yds. TD Long Aug. 31 vs. Mississippi St. 1 3 0 3 Sept. 7 at UTSA 1 21 1 21 Sept. 14 Lamar 1 20 0 20 Sept. 28 at West Virginia 0 0 0 0 Oct. 5 Kansas State 0 0 0 0 Oct. 19 TCU 0 0 0 0 Oct. 26 at Iowa State 0 0 0 0 Nov. 2 at Texas Tech 0 0 0 0 Nov. 9 Kansas 1 19 1 19 Nov. 16 at Texas 2 25 0 18 Nov. 23 Baylor 0 0 0 0 Dec. 7 Oklahoma 2 -8 1 15 Jan. 3 Missouri 1 3 0 3 Roland’s Career Rushing Stats Year G Att. Gain Loss Net Avg. TD 2011 5 17 98 3 95 5.6 0 2012 12 46 310 9 301 6.5 4 2013 13 176 847 36 811 4.6 13 Career 30 239 1255 48 1207 5.0 17

Long 30 42 58 58

Avg./G 19.0 25.1 62.3 40.0

Roland’s Career Receiving Stats Year G Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long Avg./G 2011 5 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 2012 12 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 2013 13 9 83 9.2 3 21 6.3 Career 30 9 83 9.2 3 21 2.7

2013 (Junior): Took over the starting spot at running back against Iowa State and never looked back, starting the final seven games of the season ... OSU’s leading rusher with 811 yards on 176

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Personal: Jaxon Bailey Salinas was born April 27, 1995, in Irving, Texas ... Son of Melanie and Manuel Salinas ... Two of his uncles played collegiately - Brandon Mays at Austin College and Greg Salinas at Southern Arkansas ... Plans on majoring in graphic design.

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High School: Attended Grapevine High School, where he was coached by Dave Henigan ... A Class 5-5A second-team all-district running back who rushed for nearly 1,000 yards ... Excellent student with a 3.8 grade point average ... Also played baseball ... Member of the Academic Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society. Personal: Christian Schroeder was born July 13, 1992, in Overland Park, Kan. ... Son of Andy and Elisa Schroeder ... Majoring in entrepreneurship ... Dad played baseball at Missouri State.

10 Mason Rudolph

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Quarterback | 6-4 | 217 | Freshman Rock hill, S.C./Northwestern

A quarterback prospect with great size and a big arm ... Rivals.com ranked him as the No. 20 pro-style QB in the nation.

1 Ra’Shaad Samples Wide Receiver | 5-11 | 178 | R-Freshman Dallas, Texas/Skyline

High School: Coached by Kyle Richardson at Northwestern High School ... Led Northwestern to a 62-35 victory over Stratford in the South Carolina Class 4A Division II Championship Game, completing 40-of-57 passes for 488 yards with eight touchdown passes and only one interception ... Finished his senior season with 350 completions on 482 attempts for a 72.6 completion percentage ... Totaled 4,377 passing yards with 64 touchdown passes and eight interceptions as a senior, also running for 543 yards on 129 carries with a 4.2 average and 16 touchdowns ... Threw for 4,010 yards and 41 touchdowns as a junior ... Finalist for the “Mr. Football” award in South Carolina ... Named Most Valuable Player of the oldest high school all-star game in the nation, the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas ... South Carolina Football Coaches Association First Team Palmetto Champions All-State Team, Charlotte Observer All-Region Offensive Player of the Year, First Team All-Region, and Top 50 Carolina Regional Recruits (#4 in South Carolina), Rock Hill Herald All-Area Offensive Player of the Year as both a junior and as a senior ... Charlotte Observer First Team All-Region as a junior ... Held offers from LSU, Auburn, Louisville, Mississippi, Virginia and Virginia Tech ... Also recruited by Alabama, Clemson, Duke, Georgia, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, South Carolina, Tennessee and Wake Forest.

High School: Coached by his father, Reginald Samples ... Under Armour All-America Game participant ... Caught 62 passes for 1,072 yards and 23 touchdowns as a senior on the heels of making 65 catches for 1,369 yards and 19 touchdowns as a junior ... His 48 career touchdown catches rank among the highest totals in state history ... A four-star prospect by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com ... ESPN.com ranked him No. 19 among wide receivers nationally, with Scout.com ranking him 29th and Rivals 35th ... ESPN.com ranked him as the No. 20 overall player in the state of Texas and Rivals had him 36th among all Texans ... Second-team all-state selection by the Associated Press Sports Editors after his senior year ... Competed at ESPN’s nationally-televised “The Opening” event before the season ... A top-100 recruit in the state of Texas by the Waco Herald Tribune ... Two-time first-team all-area selection by the Dallas Morning News ... Held scholarship offers from Notre Dame, Nebraska, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas, Texas A&M, USC and UCLA among numerous others.

Personal: Mason Rudolph was born July 17, 1995 ... Son of Brett and Jamie Rudolph.

Personal: Ra’Shaad D. Samples was born Dec. 11, 1994, in Dallas ... Son of Reginald and Julie Samples ... Business major.

Has the general skill set that would project him to be effective in the Cowboys’ fast-paced brand of offense ... A strong offseason could position him to be a contributor early on in his career. 2013: Redshirt.

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77 Jaxon Salinas

Offensive Line | 6-4 | 305 | R-Freshman IRving, Texas/Irving

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33 Christian Schroeder Receiver | 5-11 | 190 | Senior Grapevine, Texas/Grapevine

Developing prospect on the offensive line.

A walk-on receiver who has been part of the program since 2010.

2013: Redshirt.

2013 (Junior): Saw action in OSU wins over UTSA and Kansas, but did not record any stats.

High School: Coached by Aaron De La Torre ... Two-time alldistrict honoree and an all-north Texas selection ... Second-team class 5A all-state honoree by the Associated Press Sports Editors ... Three-star prospect by ESPN.com and Scout.com and a two-star prospect by Rivals.com ... ESPN.com ranked him as the nation’s No. 73 offensive guard ... Also competed as a wrestler ... Held scholarship offers from San Diego State and Louisiana-Monroe, among others.

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2012 (Sophomore): Saw game action against Savannah State, but did not record any statistics.

81 Jhajuan Seales Receiver | 6-2 | 198 | Sophomore Port Arthur, Texas/Memorial Pronounced juh-WAHN Career Highs Receptions Receiving Yards Long Reception

7 at UTSA, 9/7/13 87 twice, last vs Kansas State, 10/5/13 44, twice, last at Texas Tech, 11/2/13

2013 Season Highs Receptions Receiving Yards Long Reception

7 at UTSA, 9/7/13 87 twice, last vs Kansas State, 10/5/13 44, twice, last at Texas Tech, 11/2/13

Oklahoma State’s leading returning receiver from 2013 in terms of receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns ... Included on the honorable mention list for 2013 Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year ... Has turned heads since coming to campus and is now positioned as OSU’s top receiving threat. 2013 (Freshman): Started every regular season game as a freshman and played significantly in the Cotton Bowl ... Finished the regular season third on the team in receptions (39) and receiving yards (571) ... Caught one pass for 14 yards in his first career game ... Had a season-high 87 receiving yards against UTSA and Kansas State ... Had two season-long 44 yard receptions, one at UTSA and one at Texas Tech ... Scored his first career touchdown on a 10-yard pass from J.W. Walsh in the first quarter of the UTSA game ... Scored again on a 33-yard pass from Clint Chelf against Baylor ... Scored on a 21-yard catch against Missouri in the Cotton Bowl ... Caught 10 passes for 20 yards or longer ... Had one carry for 11 yards against Iowa State. 2012: Redshirt. High School: Committed to Oklahoma State relatively late in the recruiting process after a big senior season that included 54 catches for 1,207 yards with 13 touchdowns … Member of the Beaumont Enterprise Super Gold Team … Averaged 22.4 yards per catch … All-district selection … Had four catches for 159 yards and a touchdown in a quarterfinal playoff game … Rivals listed his 40 time at 4.4 … Former Houston commit. Personal: Born Nov. 26, 1993, in Port Arthur, Texas … Son of Twana Doffeny … Undecided on a major.

2011 (Freshman): Saw his lone game action against Kansas, recording no stats. 2010: Redshirt

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Player Bios Seales’ 2013 Game-by-Game Receiving Stats Date Opponent No. Yds. TD Long Aug. 31 vs. Mississippi State 1 14 0 14 Sept. 7 at UTSA 7 87 1 44 Sept. 14 Lamar 3 22 0 11 Sept. 28 at West Virginia 4 40 0 16 Oct. 5 Kansas State 4 87 0 43 Oct. 19 TCU 1 20 0 20 Oct. 26 at Iowa State 2 15 0 8 Nov. 2 at Texas Tech 3 78 0 44 Nov. 9 Kansas 1 11 0 11 Nov. 16 at Texas 3 45 0 29 Nov. 23 Baylor 3 74 1 37 Dec. 7 Oklahoma 4 36 0 12 Jan.. 3 Missouri 3 42 1 21 Seales’ Career Receiving Stats Year G Rec. Yds. Avg. 2013 13 39 571 14.6 Career 13 39 571 14.6

TD 3 3

Long 44 44

Avg./G 43.9 43.9

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Fullback | 6-2 | 250 | Junior Cashion, Okla./Cashion

2012 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 2013 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 A former walk-on tight end/fullback whose blocking ability and soft hands make him an important part of the OSU offense. 2013 (Sophomore): Started the season opener and the final in the Cotton Bowl and saw action in all but one game ... Played a valuable role as a lead blocker in the backfield and was also used in the passing game ... Finished the year with six catches for 56 yards and two touchdowns ... Had a 30-yard touchdown catch against West Virginia and a 1-yard TD grab at Texas Tech. 2012 (Freshman): Played in all 13 games and was in the starting lineup as a fullback against Louisiana and Texas Tech ... First reception of the season was a three-yarder against West Virginia ... Scored his first career touchdown on a 16-yard reception against Purdue. 2011: Redshirt High School: Coached by Lynn Shackleford at Cashion High School ... A three-sport standout who earned all-state honors in football and baseball and was the team MVP in football, basketball and baseball ... Was an all-district quarterback and the district MVP ... Passed for 1,800 yards and rushed for an additional 1,600 yards, racking up 40 touchdowns along the way ... Participated in several extracurricular activities, including FCA and FFA. Personal: Jeremy Richard Seaton was born on Aug. 27, 1992, in Oklahoma City ... Son of Junior and Cindy Seaton ... Business marketing major. TD 1 2 3

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7 Brandon Sheperd Receiver | 6-1 | 195 | Junior St. Louis, Mo./Parkway Central

Career Highs Receptions Receiving Yards Long Reception

4 at UTSA, 9/7/13 73 at UTSA, 9/7/13 38 vs. Oklahoma, 12/7/13

2013 Season Highs Receptions Receiving Yards Long Reception

4 at UTSA, 9/7/13 73 at UTSA, 9/7/13 38 vs. Oklahoma, 12/7/13

Sheperd’s Career Receiving Stats Year G Rec. Yds. Avg. 2012 6 1 1 1.0 2013 13 14 223 15.9 Career 19 15 224 14.9

Avg./G 1.5 4.7 3.0

TD 1 1 2

Long 1 38 38

Long 0 37 14 0 15 0 0 0 9 0 25 38 17 Avg./G 0.2 17.1 11.7

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Capable of making spectacular plays and is a very strong candidate to move into the starting lineup if he has a productive offseason.

44 Jeremy Seaton

Seaton’s Career Receiving Stats Year G Rec. Yds. Avg. 2012 13 2 19 9.5 2013 12 6 56 9.3 Career 25 8 75 9.4

Sheperd’s 2013 Game-by-Game Receiving Stats Date Opponent No. Yds. TD Aug. 31 vs. Mississippi State 0 0 0 Sept. 7 at UTSA 4 73 1 Sept. 14 Lamar 1 14 0 Sept. 28 at West Virginia 0 0 0 Oct. 5 Kansas State 3 28 0 Oct. 19 TCU 0 0 0 Oct. 26 at Iowa State 0 0 0 Nov. 2 at Texas Tech 0 0 0 Nov. 9 Kansas 1 9 0 Nov. 16 at Texas 0 0 0 Nov. 23 Baylor 1 25 0 Dec. 7 Oklahoma 1 38 0 Jan. 3 Missouri 3 36 0

2013 (Sophomore): Played in every game ... Had 14 catches for 223 yards on the year ... His best game of the year came at UTSA, where he recorded season-highs for receptions (four), yards (73) and TDs (one) ... Grabbed three catches for 28 yards against Kansas State ... Had a 25-yard catch against Baylor and a season-long 38-yard reception against Oklahoma.

42 Demarcus Sherod

2012 (Freshman): Played in six games and had one catch (against Savannah State) … Lone kickoff return of the season went for 26 yards against Purdue in the Heart Of Dallas Bowl.

Pronounced shu-ROD

Linebacker | 6-0 | 225 | Sophomore Decatur, Ga./Columbia

High School: Coached by Mark Goldenburg ... A SuperPrep AllAmerica selection … Ranked as that publication’s No. 4 prospect in the Midlands region … St. Louis all-metro pick and a first-team allstater … Listed by Scout as the nation’s No. 16 recruit at receiver … Ranked by Rivals as No. 12 in Missouri … Senior season stats included 47 catches for 818 yards with 21 receiving touchdowns, five rushing touchdowns and two scores in the return game … Had 56 tackles on defense with three interceptions and a fumble recovery … A sprinter and hurdler for the track team who placed in the top three at the state meet in each event in which he competed … Had heavy recruiting interest with some of his reported scholarship offers coming from Illinois, Iowa, Kansas State and Missouri.

Was slated to be a key contributor in 2013 before a fall camp injury ended his season.

Personal: Brandon Sheperd was born Nov. 16, 1992, in St. Louis, Mo. ... Son of Kara Sheperd and Karlton Finger ... Undecided on a major.

High School: An athletic linebacker who earned first-team all-state honors as selected by the Atlanta Journal Constitution in talent-rich Georgia … Also a first-team all-county and all-district selection … Had 138 tackles as a senior and caused six fumbles … Had 122 stops as a junior … Ranked by Rivals No. 31 in the country at his position and the No. 52 prospect in Georgia … Scout ranked him No. 75 among the nation’s outside linebacker recruits … According to recruiting services, he also had offers from Auburn, South Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky … Played in the North-South All-Star Game … Team captain.

Sheperd’s 2012 Game-by-Game Receiving Stats Date Opponent No. Yds. TD Sept. 1 Savannah State 1 1 1 Sept. 8 at Arizona DNP Sept. 15 Louisiana DNP Sept. 29 Texas DNP Oct. 13 at Kansas DNP Oct. 20 Iowa State 0 0 0 Oct. 27 TCU DNP Nov. 3 at Kansas State DNP Nov. 10 West Virginia DNP Nov. 17 Texas Tech 0 0 0 Nov. 24 at Oklahoma 0 0 0 Dec. 1 at Baylor 0 0 0 Jan. 1 vs. Purdue 0 0 0

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2013 (Sophomore): Lost his season after sustaining an injury during fall camp. 2012 (Freshman): Played in every game but the opener … Got his first career start against Louisiana … Two of his seven tackles were behind the line of scrimmage (vs. Louisiana and Purdue) … Had three tackles against Louisiana and two against Texas Tech. 2011: Redshirt.

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Personal: Born Nov. 20, 1992, in Atlanta … Son of Bobbie Sherod and Jerome Simmons … Undecided on a major … Youngest of three siblings.

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Sherod’s Career Stats Year GP UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks INT PBU QBH FF FR BK 2012 12 6-1-7 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2013 0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 12 6-1-7 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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52 Ryan Simmons Linebacker | 6-0 | 235 | Junior Cibolo, Texas/Steele

Career Highs Tackles TFL Sacks

11 at Iowa State, 2013 3.0, twice, last at Texas Tech, 2013 1.0 at Iowa State, 2013

Started every game in 2013 as an outside linebacker, but is expected to return to his natural middle linebacker spot in 2014 ... Likely to serve as one of the leaders of the team. 2013 (Sophomore): Started all 13 games at outside linebacker ... Ranked fourth on the team with 67 total tackles, including 50 solo stops ... Ranked fourth on the squad with nine tackles for a loss ... Credited with a sack for a loss of six yards against Iowa State ... Had an interception and return for 27 yards at UTSA ... Also had two pass breakups and three quarterback hurries ... Had a seasonhigh and game-high 11 tackles at Iowa State ... Credited with eight tackles against Texas Tech and Oklahoma and seven against Texas ... Had at least two stops in every game this season. 2012 (Freshman): Led the OSU freshman class with 23 tackles ... Had five tackles for loss ... Credited with a sack against TCU ... Set a career high with seven tackles against Texas Tech ... Had three tackles against Oklahoma and Savannah State ... Also forced a fumble against the Sooners ... Three of his tackles for loss came against Texas Tech and another came in the bowl win over Purdue. 2011: Began the season by seeing action in the first three games, but suffered an injury and received an injury redshirt season … Was credited with one tackle in each in the first three games of the season before being injured. High School: A very productive linebacker who played on a state championship team at Steele HS, where he was coached by Mike Jinks ... Recorded a whopping 179 tackles as a senior with five interceptions and four fumble recoveries … Had 151 tackles as a junior ... A first-team all-stater in Texas, according to the Associated Press … Defensive MVP of the state championship game … Also district MVP and was the San Antonio Express News defensive player of the year ... Played in the USA vs. the World All-Star game … Scout ranked him the No. 13 prospect in the country at middle linebacker and No. 44 overall in Texas … Rivals placed him No. 19 in America at his position and No. 52 in the state of Texas, regardless of position … A second-team all-state selection as a junior … Chose the Cowboys over Oregon and Stanford, among others … Played in the U.S. Army All-America game (Army Bowl). Personal: Ryan Joshua Simmons was born July 15, 1993, in Badhersfeld, Germany ... Son of Wayne and Karolyn Simmons ... Comes from a very athletic family ... A sister, Meighan, is a standout player on the Tennessee women’s basketball team ... An uncle, Reggie Pinkney, played five years in the NFL ... His cousins, Eric Barton and Aaron Curry, are both standouts in the NFL and his cousins Patrick Pinkney and Chris Curry are playing Division I ball at East Carolina and North Carolina, respectively ... Business management major. Simmons’ Career Stats Year GP UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks INT PBU QBH FF FR BK 2011 3 2-1-3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 13 21-2-23 5.0 0.5 0 1 0 1 0 0 2013 13 50-17-67 9.0 1.0 1 2 3 0 1 0 Career 29 73-20-93 14.0 1.5 1 3 3 1 1 0

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61 Kaleb Smith

Long Snapper | 6-3 | 250 | R-Freshman Aledo, Texas/All Saints Episcopal

Personal: Howard Clifton “Kip” Smith IV was born June 4, 1992, in Albuquerque, N.M. ... Son of Howard and Donna Smith ... Sister, Christy, played soccer at Marquette ... Business major. Smith’s Career Punting Stats Year No. Yds. Avg. Long TB FC 50+ I20 Blkd 2011 (at UCLA) Did Not Punt 2013 79 3132 39.6 62 7 30 8 24 1 Career 79 3132 39.6 62 7 30 8 24 1

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The only returning long snapper on the Oklahoma State roster. 2013: Redshirt. High School: Attended All Saints Episcopal in Fort Worth, Texas, where he was coached by Aaron Beck ... Was perfect on PAT snaps and punt snaps ... All-conference performer who participated in the Dallas-Fort Worth All-Star Game ... Member of the National Honor Society and recipient of the scholar-athlete award.

20 Larry Stephens

Personal: Kaleb Ellis Smith was born July 26, 1994 in Fort Worth, Texas ... Son of Kurt and Mandy Smith ... Accounting major.

A special teams contributor throughout his career who was slated to see increased action as a safety in 2013, but suffered a seasonending injury in the first game.

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Safety | 5-10 | 185 | Senior Houston, Texas/North Shore

2013: Played in the season-opener against Mississippi State, but an injury sustained in that game sidelined him for the rest of the year. 2012 (Junior): Played in every game and accumulated 16 tackles after entering the season with 17 career tackles ... Had four tackles against Louisiana ... Had two stops against Oklahoma, Iowa State, Savannah State and Purdue ... His tackle at OU went for a two-yard loss.

35 Kip Smith

Kicker/Punter | 6-1 | 235 | Senior Broomfield, Colo./Legacy/UCLA School record holder - punts in a single season (79 in 2013) Career Highs Long Punt Most Punts in a Game

62 at Iowa State, 2013 10 at West Virginia, 2013

Handled the kickoff and punting duties for OSU in 2013 ... Particularly effective thanks to his hang time and directional kicking ability. 2013 (Junior): Kicked off 90 times with an average of 60.0 yards ... His precision helped the Cowboys lead the Big 12 in kickoff coverage with an average of 40.8 yards per kickoff ... Also had 21 touchbacks ... Punted 79 times with an average of 39.6 yards per punt ... Had 24 punts downed inside the 20 and a long of 62 yards. 2012: Attended OSU, but wasn’t part of the football program. 2011 at UCLA (Freshman): Earned the starting kicker job during fall camp and played the first two games of the season before sustaining a year-ending leg injury ... Connected on two of three field goal attempts with a long of 38 yards and seven of eight PATs. 2010 at UCLA: Redshirted. High School: Attended Legacy HS in Broomfield, Colo., where he was coached by Wayne Voorhees ... Earned Parade All-America honors, was a first-team All-American by USA Today, an Under Armour All-American and a PrepStar All-American ... Ranked as the No. 1 kicker in the country by Rivals.com ... During his junior and senior years combined, 86 of his 98 kickoffs resulted in touchbacks, with nine onside kicks counted in that total ... Converted a 67-yard field goal his senior year ... Made a 56-yarder as a sophomore.

2011 (Sophomore): Played in every game and registered 12 tackles … Set a career high with five tackles against Kansas … Had two tackles against Kansas State and Baylor. 2010 (Freshman): Played in 10 games and recorded five tackles … Saw most of his duty on special teams … Picked up a solo tackle against Tulsa and had two stops at Louisiana and against Baylor … Recovered a fumble in his first collegiate game against Washington State … Did not play against Texas, Oklahoma or Arizona. High School: Joined former high school teammate Andrae May on the Cowboy roster … Listed No. 48 in the country among defensive backs by Scout … Was a SuperPrep preseason pick as No. 114 in the state of Texas … A Texas Football Super Team member (third team) … A top 20 defensive back in Texas by that publication … All-district … Ranked by Rivals No. 85 among defensive backs ... A Class 5A all-state selection as a junior by Associated Press … A two-time all-district selection … As a junior he recorded 47 tackles and five interceptions with 12 pass break-ups, and recorded 57 tackles with an interception and 26 pass break-ups as a senior … Rivals listed his offers as SMU, Houston and Baylor, among others … Honor student. Personal: Born Aug. 5, 1992, in Houston … Son of Larry and Renae Stephens … Was a track and basketball athlete in high school, as well as football … Business sports management major … Had a cousin, John Robinson, who played basketball at Nebraska. Stephens’ Career Stats Year GP UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks INT PBU QBH FF FR BK 2010 10 4-1-5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2011 13 12-0-12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 13 12-4-16 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2013 1 1-1-2 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 37 29-6-35 1.5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

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13 Jordan Sterns Safety | 6-1 | 205 | Sophomore Cibolo, Texas/Steele

Career Highs Tackles TFL Pass Break Ups

4 at UTSA, 2013 No career tackles for loss No career pass break-ups

four-star recruit by ESPN.com and a three-star prospect by both Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Ranked by ESPN.com as the No. 24 defensive tackle in the country and as the No. 39 overall player in the state of Texas, regardless of position ... Ranked as the No. 28 defensive tackle in America by Rivals.com and the nation’s No. 33 defensive tackle by Scout.com ... Assisted with the Special Olympics ... Held scholarship offers from Baylor, Texas Tech, Vanderbilt and Purdue, among others. Personal: Vincent Taylor was born Jan. 5, 1994, in New Orleans, La. ... Son of Angela Taylor and Victor Taylor ... Plans to major in business.

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High School: Coached by Mike Jinks ... Accounted for 10 touchdowns as a senior (two interception returns, two punt returns, a fumble return and five rushing) ... Class 5A first-team all-state selection by the Associated Press Sports Editors ... Logged 58 tackles and six interceptions his senior year ... All-district and all-area selection and was his district’s defensive MVP ... A four-star prospect by Scout.com and a three-star prospect by both ESPN. com and Rivals.com ... Scout.com ranked him No. 30 among America’s safeties ... A top-100 recruit in the state of Texas by the Waco Tribune-Herald ... Member of the San Antonio Express-News Super Team as a defensive back and as a return specialist ... Carried scholarship offers from Baylor, Texas Tech and Iowa State, among others. Personal: Jordan Sterns was born May 28, 1994, in Dallas ... Son of Brandi Biddy and Godfrey Briller ... Father played basketball at Baylor ... Undecided on a major.

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9 Devon Thomas

2013: Redshirt. High School: Coached by Jim Streety ... Class 5A first-team all-state selection by the Associated Press Sports Editors and the Texas Sportswriters Association ... Participated in the OffenseDefense All-America Game ... A first-team selection to the Texas Football Magazine Super Team and the San Antonio Express-News Super Team ... Recorded 79 tackles (12 for loss) and two sacks as a senior ... Honored as the area player of the year by the San Antonio Express-News ... District defensive player of the year ... A

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A quick back considered by many as the best running back in the state ... Ranked as the No. 15 running back in the country by ESPN.com ... Listed 40 time of 4.47 seconds and vertical of 33 inches ... Held scholarship offers from Oklahoma, Clemson and West Virginia, among others. High School: Coached by Steve Spavital at Broken Arrow ... ESPN.com and Scout.com list him as a four-star recruit and a top 300 player nationally ... ESPN.com ranked him No. 204 overall and the No. 15 running back in the country ... Rushed for more than 1,500 yards over his last two seasons, scoring 15 touchdowns on the ground and averaging more than five yards per carry ... Senior stats included 181 carries for 917 yards and six touchdowns ... Junior stats were 124 carries for 670 yards and nine scores ... Sophomore stats were 201 carries for 1,840 yards and 22 touchdowns ... Finished his career with 3,796 rushing yards ... As a senior, was honorable mention All-State by The Oklahoman and Tulsa World as well as First team All-District 2-6A ... Also ran track. Personal: Devon Deshon Thomas was born Aug. 18, 1995, in Tulsa, Okla. ... Son of Chiquita and Dameion Thomas ... Cousin of Nick Griffin, who plays running back for Mississippi State and Daniel Sams, who plays quarterback at Kansas State ... Plans to major in business.

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Defensive Tackle | 6-3 | 290 | R-Freshman San antonio, Texas/James Madison Developing prospect who gave reason for optimism with his play as part of OSU’s scout team during his time as a redshirt in 2013.

High School: Attended Richland HS in North Richland Hills, Texas, where he was coached by Gene Wier ... Part of the prestigious Texas Football Magazine Super Team as a second-team selection ... Rivals ranked him as the No. 69 player in the state of Texas, regardless of position after a senior season that included 84 tackles, including 11 for loss with a defensive touchdown ... That service ranked him No. 18 among America’s inside linebackers … Had 69 tackles as a junior ... Had more than 30 reported scholarship offers, including Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Michigan, Stanford and Texas A&M ... Also was a basketball player and high jumper on the track and field team ... Member of the A and B Honor Roll ... Participated with FCA and single-handedly led a fundraising effort to help a local family at Christmas.

Running Back | 5-11 | 210 | Freshman Broken ARrow, Okla./Broken Arrow

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2012: Redshirt.

Personal: Jeremiah Tshimanga was born Oct. 5, 1993, in Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo ... Majoring in political science.

Saw action in 12 games as a freshman ... A strong offseason would make him a viable candidate to crack into the starting lineup. 2013 (Freshman): Played in every game except the season opener ... Finished the regular season with 13 total tackles, including nine solo stops ... Had a season high four tackles against UTSA ... Credited with two tackles against Baylor and Oklahoma ... Had one tackle in five other games.

2013 (R-Freshman): Saw the first game action of his career in the Cowboys’ 59-3 win over Lamar and recorded one tackle in that contest.

50 Zac Veatch

Offensive Line | 6-4 | 290 | Sophomore Broken ARrow, Okla./Broken Arrow Multifaceted player who has seen game action as both a tight end and an offensive lineman ... Has drawn praise from the coaches for his toughness and competitiveness. 2013 (Freshman): Played at both tight end and offensive line ... Played in every game ... Started against Kansas ... Credited with four knockdown blocks in the regular season, including three vs. Baylor ... Had a domination block against Lamar and Iowa State ... Played a season-high 34 snaps against UTSA. 2012: Redshirt. High School: A versatile athlete from Broken Arrow’s state runnerup squad … SuperPrep ranked him No. 39 among prospects in the Midlands region … All-stater as a tight end as selected by the Oklahoma Coaches Association and an all-state defensive lineman as selected by The Oklahoman … Ranked as the No. 10 player in Oklahoma by Rivals and No. 28 among America’s tight ends … Scout ranked him No. 48 among tight ends … During BA’s run to the state championship game he had 13 tackles, two sacks and a blocked kick … Baylor, Houston and Oregon State were among those seeking his signature. Personal: Born Aug. 12, 1993, in Broken Arrow … Son of Mark and Kathleen Veatch … Undecided on a major.

9 Jeremiah Tshimanga Defensive End | 6-2 | 245 | Sophomore North Richland Hills, Texas/Richland Pronounced chee-MUNG-uh Developing player who has practiced as both a linebacker and a defensive end during his time in Stillwater.

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4 J.W. Walsh

Quarterback | 6-2 | 205 | Junior Denton, Texas/Guyer 2012 Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year, Coaches Career Highs Completions Attempts Yards Passing TD Long Pass Rushes Rushing Yards Long Rush

32 vs. Iowa State, 10/20/12 47 twice, last at West Virginia, 9/28/13 415 vs. Iowa State, 10/20/12 4 twice, last at UTSA, 9/7/13 74 vs. Iowa State, 10/20/12 16 at West Virginia, 9/2813 125 vs. Mississippi State, 8/31/13 50 vs. Texas, 9/29/12

2013 Season Highs Completions Attempts Yards Passing TD Long Pass Rushes Rushing Yards Long Rush

24 twice, last vs Kansas State, 10/5/13 47 at West Virginia 9/2813 326, at UTSA, 9/7/13 4 at UTSA, 9/7/13 73 at West Virginia, 9/28/13 16 at West Virginia, 9/28/13 125 vs. Mississippi State, 8/31/13 46 vs. Mississippi State, 8/31/13

A mobile and athletic quarterback with strong leadership abilities ... Owns a career adjusted QBR of 80.1, which is good for seventh among all quarterbacks who have a minimum of 400 action plays and are returning in 2014 ... His 170.11 quarterback rating in 2012 not only led the Big 12 and ranked fourth nationally, but was also the fourth best ever by a freshman, trailing only Michael Vick of Virginia Tech, Sam Bradford of Oklahoma and Rudy Carpenter of Arizona State. 2013 (Sophomore): Started five games and saw action in eight ... Second on the team in total offense per game at 203.4 yards ... The Cowboys’ second leading passer at 1,333 yards ... Completed 113 of 190 pass attempts ... Finished the season with nine passing TDs and three rushing TDs ... Entered the season-opener against Mississippi State and jump-started the Cowboy offense en route to a 21-3 win ... Finished that game with 135 passing yards and 13 carries for 125 yards and a score ... Had the best passing game of his season at UTSA with 326 yards on 24-of-27 passing ... His completion percentage (88.9%) in that game was the highest single-game percentage in school history with at least 13 attempts ... He also had a 239.2 passing efficiency rating vs. UTSA, the fourth-highest in school history with at least 20 attempts ... His four TD passes against UTSA matched his career high for a game ... By the time his day was done at the 9:47 mark of the third quarter, OSU held a 42-7 lead ... Named the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in that game ... Threw for 322 yards against West Virginia, including OSU’s longest pass play of the season with a 73-yard TD strike to Josh Stewart ... Had a careerhigh 47 passing attempts in that game ... Passed for 245 yards on 24-of-38 attempts against Kansas State ... Hit Charlie Moore for the go-ahead touchdown in that game with less than five minutes left. 2012 (Freshman): Ended the season as OSU’s leader in total offense with 1,854 yards (185.4 yards per game) ... Was third on the team with seven rushing touchdowns ... Got his first career playing time against Savannah State in the season opener ... Was 13-of-21 passing for 149 yards and two touchdowns to go with 29 rushing yards ... Took over for an injured Wes Lunt six plays into the Louisiana game and helped OSU set a school record with 742

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yards of total offense ... Passed for 347 yards and four scores on a 21-for-30 effort ... Also rushed for 73 yards and a TD on six carries against the Cajuns ... Led the Cowboys to a fourth-quarter comeback against Texas in his first career start, but a final-minute UT score negated the heroics ... Against the Longhorns he was 18of-27 passing for 301 yards and two touchdowns while running for 57 yards on eight carries ...Had the biggest game of his freshman season against Iowa State with 415 passing yards (32-of-47) and a touchdown (a 74-yarder to Charlie Moore), and 46 rushing yards with a TD ... Completed the game despite a significant injury that kept him out of the next three games ... Came off the bench against Texas Tech, OU, Baylor and Purdue, and had four rushing TDs over the final three games of the regular season ... In the bowl win, he hit five of his seven passes for 86 yards, including TD passes of 37 and 16 yards … He also had a 13-yard rush against the Boilermakers … For the season, he had three games with more than 300 passing yards with a very healthy 13-to-3 ratio of touchdowns to interceptions … His 170.1 passing efficiency led the Big 12 Conference and all of America’s freshmen … Finished eighth in the Big 12 in total offense (185.4 yards per game) and eighth in passing yards (156.4 yards per game). 2011: Redshirt. High School: A national recruit who led his team to a state runnerup finish as a senior … Ranked by Rivals.com as the nation’s No. 4 dual-threat quarterback and as the No. 77 national recruit, regardless of position as well as the nation’s third most accurate passer … That service also listed him No. 13 among all Texas seniors … Passed for 3,200 yards as a senior and rushed for more than 1,400 yards with 35 touchdowns and just six interceptions … An Associated Press first-team all-state selection and a SuperPrep All-American … Ranked by that publication as the eighth-best quarterback in the country and the No. 11 player in Texas … Scout ranked him No. 12 overall in Texas … District MVP and a member of the prestigious Elite 11 quarterbacks … Member of the Austin American Statesman Fab 55 … Listed by Scout.com as America’s sixth best prospect at quarterback … A second-team member of Texas Football’s Super Team … Participated in the U.S. Army AllAmerica game … Landry Award finalist. Personal: Born June 29, 1992, in Abilene … Son of John and Amber Walsh … Participated in track in high school … Business management major … Member of the National Honor Society … Dad played college football at McMurray University and is the head coach at Denton Guyer … Mom was a basketball player at Cisco Junior College.

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Walsh’s 2013 Game-by-Game Passing Stats Date Opponent Cmp. Att. Int. Yds. TD Long Sack Aug. 31 vs. Mississippi St. 18 27 0 135 0 21 0 Sept. 7 at UTSA 24 27 0 326 4 56 1 Sept. 14 Lamar 17 30 1 181 1 24 0 Sept. 28 at West Virginia 20 47 2 322 3 73 1 Oct. 5 Kansas State 24 38 0 245 1 43 1 Oct. 19 TCU 9 18 2 115 0 34 1 Oct. 26 at Iowa State 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Nov. 2 at Texas Tech DNP Nov. 9 Kansas 1 2 0 9 0 9 0 Nov. 16 at Texas DNP Nov. 23 Baylor DNP Dec. 7 Oklahoma DNP Jan. 3 Missouri DNP Walsh’s 2013 Game-by-Game Rushing Stats Date Opponent No. Gain Loss Net Aug. 31 vs. Mississippi St. 13 126 1 125 Sept. 7 at UTSA 5 13 1 12 Sept. 14 Lamar 7 45 0 45 Sept. 28 at West Virginia 16 61 9 52 Oct. 5 Kansas State 11 37 6 31 Oct. 19 TCU 5 25 6 19 Oct. 26 at Iowa State 0 0 0 0 Nov. 2 at Texas Tech DNP Nov. 9 Kansas 0 0 0 0 Nov. 16 at Texas DNP Nov. 23 Baylor DNP Dec. 7 Oklahoma DNP Jan. 3 Missouri DNP Walsh’s Career Passing Stats Year G Effic Cmp-Att-Int 2012 10 170.11 109-163-3 2013 8 128.77 113-190-5 Career 18 147.86 222-353-8 Walsh’s Career Rushing Stats Year G Att. Gain Loss 2012 10 50 320 30 2013 8 58 317 23 Career 18 108 637 53

Pct 66.9 59.5 62.9

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Avg./G 29.0 36.8 32.4

Walsh’s 2012 Game-by-Game Passing Stats Date Opponent Cmp. Att. Int. Yds. TD Long Sack Sept. 1 Savannah State 13 21 1 149 2 29 0 Sept. 8 at Arizona 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sept. 15 Louisiana 21 30 0 347 4 58 0 Sept. 29 Texas 18 27 1 301 2 44 2 Oct. 13 at Kansas 18 29 1 255 1 72 0 Oct. 20 Iowa State 32 47 0 415 1 74 1 Oct. 27 TCU DNP Nov. 3 at Kansas State DNP Nov. 10 West Virginia DNP Nov. 17 Texas Tech 1 1 0 2 1 2 1 Nov. 24 at Oklahoma 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dec. 1 at Baylor 1 1 0 9 0 9 0 Jan. 1 vs. Purdue 5 7 0 86 2 37 0 Walsh’s 2012 Game-by-Game Rushing Stats Date Opponent No. Gain Loss Net Sept. 1 Savannah State 3 29 0 29 Sept. 8 at Arizona 1 0 0 0 Sept. 15 Louisiana 6 73 0 73 Sept. 29 Texas 8 71 14 57 Oct. 13 at Kansas 9 52 3 49 Oct. 20 Iowa State 9 52 6 46 Oct. 27 TCU DNP Nov. 3 at Kansas State DNP Nov. 10 West Virginia DNP Nov. 17 Texas Tech 6 10 7 3 Nov. 24 at Oklahoma 1 2 0 2

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Personal: Born Sept. 27, 1993, in Fort Worth … Son of Mike and Becky Wilson … Undecided on a major.

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Receiver | 5-11 | 190 | Sophomore The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands Career Highs Receptions Receiving Yards Long Reception

3 at Oklahoma, 2012 51 vs. Purdue, 2012 37 vs. Purdue, 2012

A speedy receiver who earned his way onto the field as a true freshman in 2012 but lost most of 2013 to injury ... A two-sport athlete who doubles as a sprinter on the Oklahoma State track and field team. 2013 (Sophomore): Played in the first three games of the season befor suffering an injury ... Caught one pass for 10 yards against UTSA ... Had one catch for a 16-yard touchdown vs. Lamar. 2012 (Freshman): Did not play against Texas or TCU, but saw action in every other game and made his first career start at Oklahoma ... Caught two passes for 38 yards in his NCAA debut vs. Savannah State ... Caught a 15-yard pass at Arizona and had two receptions for 37 yards against Louisiana ... His two catches at Kansas State covered 46 yards, including a career-long 27-yard reception ... Set a career-high with three catches for 20 yards at Oklahoma … Closed the season with two catches for 51 yards against Purdue in the Heart Of Dallas Bowl … That day included a 37-yard touchdown catch on a pass from J.W. Walsh.

27 Corion Webster Running Back | 5-11 | 208 | R-Freshman Atlanta, Texas/Atlanta

Candidate to break into OSU’s running back rotation very early in his career ... Has good size and speed. 2013: Redshirt. High School: Coached by Matt McClure ... Rushed for 1,786 yards as a senior ... A top-100 recruit in the state of Texas by the Waco Tribune-Herald ... Honorable mention class 3A all-state selection by the Associated Press Sports Editors after both his junior and senior years ... A four-star prospect by ESPN.com and a three-star prospect by both Rivals.com and Scout.com ... ESPN.com ranked him as the No. 33 running back in the country and the No. 50 overall player in the state of Texas, regardless of position ... Scout. com ranked him No. 45 among the nation’s running backs and Rivals.com listed him as the country’s No. 12 all-purpose back ... Earned offensive MVP honors in his district ... Held scholarship offers from Arkansas, Texas A&M, TCU, Texas Tech and Arizona State, among others. Personal: Corion Devonte Webster was born May 25, 1994, in Atlanta, Texas ... Son of Youlanda Thomas and Titus Webster, Jr. ... Brother, Titus, played football at Missouri Southern ... Undecided on a major.

High School: A football and track star who committed to OSU in September … All-Greater Houston first-teamer … All-district selection … Had 52 receptions for 923 yards with 14 touchdowns as a senior and rushed for 126 yards on just 10 carries … During his junior season he had 47 catches for 907 yards and five scores … Prep squad had an undefeated regular season during his junior year … Clocked a 4.41 40 time at the 2011 Under Armour Combines … Participated in baseball and track. Personal: Born June 18, 1994, in Victoria, Texas … Son of Jimmy and Kimberly Webb … Undecided on a major. Webb’s Career Receiving Stats Year G Rec. Yds. Avg. 2012 11 14 218 15.6 Career 11 14 218 15.6

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Offensive Line | 6-6 | 300 | Sophomore Aledo, Texas/Aledo

89 Sam Wren

Defensive End | 6-2 | 255 | Senior Palestine, Texas/Palestine/Arizona Western CC Career Highs Tackles Sacks TFL

7 vs. West Virginia, 2013 0.5, twice, last vs. Lamar, 2013 1.0, twice, last at Texas, 2013

Pass rush specialist with an explosive first step off the edge ... Will be looked to for leadership on the defensive line. 2013 (Junior): Played in every game in his first season as a Cowboy ... Finished the season with 22 tackles and 12 solo stops ... Had a season-high five tackles against West Virginia ... Had three tackles against Missouri, TCU and Kansas ... Credited with a half sack against Lamar ... Had a tackle for a loss against TCU and Texas ... Also had one forced fumble. Junior College: Coached by Tom Minnick … A first-team AllWestern States Football League selection who finished with 14.5 sacks to rank second in the nation … His 1.6 sacks per game led the nation … Had 18 tackles for loss, recovered two fumbles, forced a fumble, had four pass breakups and recorded a safety … Defensive MVP of the 2012 El Toro Bowl after logging one sack and 12 tackles (four for loss) in the game … Claims a 4.59 time in the 40-yard dash and a 32-inch vertical leap … A four-star defensive end prospect by ESPN.com and a three-star prospect by both Rivals.com and Scout.com … Held scholarship offers from Arkansas, Texas Tech, Arizona State and Oregon State, among others. High School: Attended Palestine HS in Palestine, Texas, where he was coached by Booker Bowie … Was a two-year starter who recorded 51 tackles and a team-high four sacks as a senior in 2009 … Second-team all-district honoree … Also participated in basketball and track and field. Personal: Sam Wren was born Jan. 3, 1992 … Son of Gregg and Vanessa Wren … Cousin, Joel, played on the football team at Texas A&M-Commerce ... Majoring in education.

Candidate to work his way into the starting lineup with a strong offseason. 2013 (Freshman): Saw action against Iowa State and Kansas ... Played five snaps against the Cyclones and eight against the Jayhawks. 2012: Redshirt. High School: Member of the Texas Football Magazine Super Team whom OSU swiped from Texas A&M’s commitment list … Played on three straight 4A Division II state championship teams … A member of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Super Team after recording 43 knockdown blocks as a senior … Ranked as the No. 79 prospect in Texas by SuperPrep and No. 61 in the state by Rivals, which also considered him No. 49 in the country at his position … Was the No. 22 national recruit at his position, according to Scout, which also placed him among the top 50 players in the state of Texas … Class 4A all-state selection … Also a basketball and track athlete.

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2014 Signees Player Gyasi Akem D’Nerius Antoine Devante Averette* Jordan Brailford Keenen Brown Trey Carter Jordan Frazier* Lem Galeai Chris Hardeman Dylan Harding Tyreek Hill* Chris Lacy Josh Mabin Matthew Mucha Juwan Offray Jarrell Owens Sione Palelei Justin Phillips Ramon Richards Tre Roberts Mason Rudolph* Zach Sinor Devon Thomas* Kirk Tucker Cole Walterscheid James Washington Joyan Williams

Pos. LB LB LB DE WR DE TE OL DB DB WR WR LB OL CB DE RB LB ATH ATH QB P RB DB DE WR DT

Height 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-5 5-9 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-2 6-6 5-11 6-3 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-4 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-6 6-0 6-3

Weight 210 215 235 225 205 250 242 330 178 190 185 191 227 255 180 240 196 215 180 202 217 190 210 190 210 193 265

Hometown/Previous School Broken Arrow, OK/Broken Arrow New Iberia, LA/Westgate/Trinity Valley CC Melvindale, MI/Melvindale/Ellsworth CC Tulsa, OK/Booker T. Washington Houston, TX/Alief Taylor Dallas, TX/Pinkston Springfield, MO/Lighthouse Christian Euless, TX/Trinity Houston, TX/Alief Taylor Jenks, OK/Jenks Pearson, GA/Coffee/Garden City CC DeSoto, TX/DeSoto Houston, TX/Klein Oak Seabrook, TX/Clear Lake New Orleans, LA/Edna Karr Palestine, TX/Palestine Gonzales, LA/East Ascension Pearland, TX/Pearland San Antonio, TX/G.W. Brackenridge Houston, TX/Eisenhower Rock Hill, SC/Northwestern Castroville, TX/Medina Valley Broken Arrow, OK/Broken Arrow Tucker, GA/Tucker Muenster, TX/Muenster Stamford, TX/Stamford New Orleans, LA/Edna Karr

Notable First-team all-state performer who was a four-star recruit First-team NJCAA All-America performer also played basketball at Trinity Valley First team NJCAA All-American had more than 90 tackles in both of his JUCO seasons First-team all-state performer who was a four-star recruit Four-star recruit who held offers from Oregon, Florida, LSU and Oklahoma, among others Four-star recruit who registered 30 tackles for loss as a senior Led his team in both receptions and tackles The leader of Trinity’s powerful running game. Led his team to an 11-3 record his senior year Four-star recruit who held offers from Ohio State, LSU, Notre Dame and Georgia, among others First-team all-state honoree who is also an excellent baseball player Five-star recruit with offers from Alabama, USC, Florida State, Texas & Oklahoma, among others Offensive MVP of a DeSoto team that went 14-1 and played in the state semifinals Four-star recruit who is known as an instinctive player and a punishing hitter. Interesting prospect who has plenty of room for growth on his frame All-state honoree who comes from a Louisiana football powerhouse program A four-star recruit who played running back and defensive end in high school Shifty, elusive back who turned down offers from LSU and Tennessee to come to OSU Earned defensive player of the year honors from the Houston Chronicle Athletically gifted prospect who starred as a dual-threat quarterback in high school Another former high school quarterback who projects as a defensive back in college Four-star recruit who chose OSU over Auburn, LSU and Virginia Tech, among others First-team all-state selection by multiple outlets averaged 43.5 yards per punt as a senior Four-star recruit who was widely considered as the best running back in the state Comes from a powerful high school program. Held offers from Oregon, Ohio State and Stanford Raw, athletic performer who was also an all-state basketball player Class 1A Texas state player of the year held offers from Texas, TCU and Texas Tech All-state honoree who turned down offers from Miami (Fla.) and Arkansas to come to OSU

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Gyasi Akem

Linebacker | 6-1 | 210 | Freshman Broken Arrow, OK/Broken Arrow Pronounced JAH-see AH-kem

Personal: Gyasi Tabe Akem was born Nov. 9, 1995, in Tulsa, Okla. … Son of Ina Jones and Isaac Akem … Undecided on a major. Defensive Coordinator Glenn Spencer: “What’s great about (Akem) is that he’s right here in Oklahoma and he’s one of the top linebackers in the state. He’s very versatile and plays outside. He could have the size to play multiple positions like inside linebacker or outside linebacker. I had him in camp; he is an explosive young man. He’s a humble kid and accomplished great things here in the state, we’re very fortunate to keep him in state.”

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In-state linebacker prospect with a big upside and a long list of offers … Has a lot of experience in coverage … Listed 40 time of 4.6 seconds … A four-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com … Rivals ranked him as the No. 9 outside linebacker in the nation. High School: Coached by Steve Spavital at Broken Arrow … Finished his senior season with 67 tackles, including 46 solo stops, 10 tackles for loss, one sack, an interception, two fumble recoveries and one fumble return for a touchdown … As a junior he recorded 75 tackles, 44 solo stops, three sacks, an interception and a fumble recovery … The Oklahoman first team All-State, Tulsa World Honorable Mention All-State, Tulsa World Honorable Mention All-Metro, first team All-District 2-6A, Scout Top 300 Recruit … Also competed in track, qualifying for the 2013 State Meet … Active in FCA, student council and All Sports Leadership Conference … Held reported scholarship offers from Oklahoma, Clemson, Tennessee, Kansas State, TCU, Mississippi, Missouri, Baylor and Texas Tech, among others.

D’Nerius Antoine

Linebacker | 6-0 | 215 | Junior New Iberia, LA/Westgate/Trinity Valley CC Pronounced AN-twahn

Junior College: Coached by Brad Smiley at Trinity Valley … Recorded 69 tackles as a sophomore, including 56 solo stops and five tackles for loss … Also had two interceptions, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and eight passes defended … First team NJCAA All-American, first team All-Southwest Junior College Football Conference … Also played basketball for Trinity Valley. High School: Coached by Brian Fine at Westgate High School … Played multiple positions in high school, recording 402 rushing yards with six touchdowns, 308 passing yards with five touchdowns and 10 receptions for 177 yards and two scores as a senior … First team All-State, first team All-Acadiana, The Daily Iberian Best of the Teche Team and first team All-District 7-5A as a senior … Also played basketball. Personal: D’Nerius Antoine was born March 7, 1993, in Lafayette, La. … Son of Sadie Bernard. Defensive Coordinator Glenn Spencer: “D’Nerius is a junior college player out of Trinity Valley. What you see first when you see him on film is how quick he gets to the point of attack. He has collision speed, and probably more than any other junior college defensive back or outside linebacker I have seen all year. We’re excited about his athleticism. He returns punts and is very athletic. He’s possibly a star or nickel back or linebacker for us and we’re excited about D’Nerius.”

Junior college linebacker who played football and basketball for Trinity Valley CC … Listed 40 time of 4.45 seconds … Listed bench at 260 pounds and squat at 480 pounds.

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Jordan Brailford Defensive End | 6-3 | 225 | Freshman Tulsa, OK/Booker T. Washington

A quick defensive end prospect who added substantial size during his last year of high school … Listed 40 time of 4.55 seconds and vertical of 37.5 inches … A four-star recruit on Scout.com as the No. 57 defensive end nationally. High School: Coached by Marvin Dantzler at Booker T. Washington … Finished his senior year with 105 tackles and nine sacks … Logged 98 tackles, 11 sacks, two fumble recoveries and one fumble return for a score as a junior … Senior honors included participant in the Semper Fidelis All-American Game, first team All-State honors from The Oklahoman and the Tulsa World … Tulsa World second team All-State and The Oklahoman Honorable Mention All-State Team selection as a junior … Held offers from Baylor, Texas Tech, Kansas State and Washington State, among others. Personal: Jordan L. Brailford was born Oct. 9, 1995, in Tulsa, Okla. … Son of Robin Daniels and Nathaniel Brailford, Jr. Defensive line coach Joe Bob Clements: “Jordan’s a local youngster from Booker T. Washington in Tulsa. We identified him about a year ago. We had the opportunity to have him in camp and he showed a lot of athleticism. I had the opportunity to watch him live this fall and he played at a very high level. He played in an all-star game - the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl - out in California and did a good job against some excellent competition. He’s a guy that we’re excited to have in our program and I think is going to grow and do very well with the defensive end position.”

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Keenen Brown

Receiver | 6-3 | 205 | Freshman Houston, TX/Alief Taylor Big receiver with a listed 40 time of 4.5 seconds … A four-star recruit by Scout.com and Rivals.com, who listed him as the No. 44 receiver in the country … Held offers from Oklahoma, Oregon, Florida, LSU, Wisconsin, Arkansas, Michigan State, Mississippi, Missouri and West Virginia, among others. High School: Coached by J.D. Jordan at Alief Taylor High School … Led Alief Taylor to an 8-4 record his senior year, catching 55 passes for 940 yards and nine touchdowns … Had 45 catches for 729 yards and nine touchdowns as a junior … had 35 grabs for 420 yards and seven scores as a sophomore … Also played forward on his high school basketball team … First team All-District 18-5A as a junior and senior … A top 30 recruit in Texas according to the Waco Tribune … Texas Football Magazine Top 300 Texas Recruits and Top 30 Wide Receiver and Texas High School Football All-Elite Team Class 5A Region 2 as a senior.

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Personal: Keenen Brown was born Dec. 22, 1995, in Baton Rouge, La. …Son of Kendra Rodgers and Kenneth Brown … Plans to major in Business. Offensive Coordinator Mike Yurcich: “Keenan is a big, physical receiver but he also has speed, so it’s the best of both worlds. He’s a tremendous leader and very physical. He can go up and get the ball and take it away from a defender when it’s just a straight jump ball-type of situation. He also can separate with his speed as well. He has toughness going over the middle and we’re really excited about Keenen and what he brings.”

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his last season with 79 knockdown blocks and an overall grade of 91 percent, only allowing two sacks … Two-time first team AllDistrict 6-5A … Associated Press Sports Editors Honorable Mention All-State and a Texas Football Magazine Top 300 Texas recruit … Also offered by Baylor, BYU and Utah State. Personal: Lemaefe Galeai Jr. was born Sept. 7, 1995, in Bedford, Texas … Son of Lemaefe and Tania Galeai. Offensive Coordinator Mike Yurcich: “Junior has a big body, is strong, physical and comes from a great family. We’re really excited about him and what he can bring to us, not only from a depth perspective, but he’s got a very high ceiling and he’s one of those guys that you can project playing at the next level. He’s a guy that’s going to be an immediate improvement up front for us at the offensive line.”

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Defensive End | 6-4 | 250 | Freshman Dallas, TX/L.G. Pinkston Strong defensive line prospect with a long list of offers … Listed bench of 385 pounds and squat of 675 pounds … A four-star recruit on Scout.com and the No. 33 defensive end nationally … Held offers from Oklahoma, Arkansas, Arizona State, Miami (Fla.), Tennessee, TCU and Mississippi State, among others.

Chris Hardeman

Defensive Back | 5-9 | 178 | Freshman Houston, TX/Alief Taylor Pronounced HARD-eh-munn

High School: Coached by Gerald Jones at L.G. Pinkston … Finished his senior year with 89 tackles, including 53 solo stops, 30 tackles for loss and 15 sacks … Had 45 tackles and five sacks as a junior at Green Oaks Magnet High School in Shreveport, La. … First team All-District 11-4A and Waco Tribune Top 50 Texas Recruit as a senior.

An athletic cornerback with a listed 40 time of 4.5 seconds … Other marks include a 240-pound bench, 430-pound squat and 36-inch vertical … A four-star recruit who was ranked as the No. 32 cornerback prospect in the nation by Scout.com … Offer list included Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Ohio State, LSU, Georgia, Notre Dame, Nebraska and UCLA, among several other high-level programs.

Defensive line coach Joe Bob Clements on Trey Carter: “Trey is a young man that moved from Louisiana to Dallas so he’s a little bit unknown. He came to our camp this summer and did very well. There was definitely some interest on our part once he came to our campus. Watching his senior film, he played at an exceptionally high level and had strength to him. We project him to be a very big kid. He’s a guy that’s going to come in and start out as a defensive end and very easily move inside once he gets into Coach Glass’s program and puts on some mass. We’re excited about him and think that he has a high ceiling to him.”

High School: Coached by Cedric Hardeman and J.D. Jordan at Alief Taylor High School in Houston, Texas … Pre-season All-State selection as a junior and senior … Three-time Academic All-District selection … Four-year letterman in track … Participant in Semper Fidelis All-American Game … All-district as a senior, Texas Football Magazine second team All-Super Team, top 300 Texas recruit and top 30 Texas Defensive Backs … Waco Tribune Top 100 Texas Recruit … Texas High School Football All-Elite Team Class 5A Region II … As a junior, named Return Specialist of the Year District 18-5A, first team All-District 18-5A as a defensive back and returner and Texas Sports Writers Association second team All-State.

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Lem Galeai

Offensive Line | 6-5 | 330 | Freshman Euless, TX/Trinity

Personal: Christopher Te’andre Hardeman was born March 14, 1996, in Houston, Texas … Son of Kimberley Golden and Cedric Hardeman … Grandson of Don Hardeman, a former running back for the Houston Oilers and the Baltimore Colts … Plans to major in broadcast journalism. Corners coach Van Malone: “Chris is a guy that we’re excited to have. He was committed to another school. We maintained a relationship with him, and at the end of the day that relationship ended up proving true. He’s a guy who is going to play corner for us, but he’s also a guy who has great return ability – he runs track. If I had to compare him to somebody we just had in the program, it’d be Brodrick Brown. He’s a superb student so we’re excited to have Chris.”

Pronounced naw-LAY-EYE Impressive offensive lineman with great size and strength … Threestar recruit by Scout.com, which ranks him No. 44 at his position. High School: Coached by Steve Linewaver at Trinity … Played guard and anchored a dominant line that helped Trinity establish a powerful running game and finish 11-3 his senior year … Finished

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Offensive Coordinator Mike Yurcich: “Chris is a very strong and well-rounded receiver. He can go across the middle. He’s a vertical deep threat as well. He’s a tough, physical receiver. Chris has a very bright future in what we do. Our system here fits Chris’s skill set very much so I think it will be a great match and he’s going to have a promising future at OSU.”

Offensive Coordinator Mike Yurcich: “Matthew Mucha is a big frame guy from Houston out of Clear Lake High School. He possesses the ability to play tackle and to be the quarterback’s backside protector. He is very well-rounded and he can run block you or drive block you. At 6’6” to be able to drive block you and come off the ball and have that low pad level, that’s something you don’t see from every kid coming out of high school. He’s been very well-coached.”

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Defensive Back | 6-2 | 190 | Freshman Jenks, OK/Jenks Fast safety prospect with a listed 40 time of 4.35 seconds … Also an excellent baseball player. High School: Coached by Allan Trimble at Jenks High School … Senior stats included 59 tackles, an interception, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery … Also played as a receiver and had 21 catches for 563 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior … First team All-State by The Oklahoman and the Tulsa World … Tulsa World first team All-Metro and first team All-District 2-6A … Rated as a three-star recruit on Scout.com and ranked as the No. 60 safety nationally … Also an excellent baseball player with MLB Draft-level talent … Held offers from Arizona State, North Carolina, Oregon State, Texas Tech and Washington State, among others. Personal: Dylan Cordell Harding was born Aug. 23, 1995, in Sapulpa, Okla. … Son of R.J. and Dani Harding … Plans to major in engineering. Safeties Coach Tim Duffie: “Dylan is a tremendous kid—very versatile. He’s been a baseball player his whole career. He’s excited to be at Oklahoma State. He’s a tremendous student and a big-time team player.”

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Receiver | 6-3 | 191 | Freshman DeSoto, TX/DeSoto A smart receiver prospect with good size and quickness … Ranked as the No. 84 receiver nationally by Scout.com. High School: Coached by Claude Mathis … Finished his senior year at DeSoto with 60 catches for 1,206 yards and 16 touchdowns, leading DeSoto to a 14-1 record and a semifinal appearance in the state playoffs … Named DeSoto Offensive Team MVP as a senior … Tallied 29 catches for 339 and three scores as a junior … Associated Press Sports Editors Honorable Mention All-State Team, first team All-District 7-5A, Texas Football Magazine Top 300 Texas Recruits and Top 30 Wide Receivers as a senior … Also ran track … Graduated third in his class and received the SOAR Award each year of his high school career for recording at least a 95 average in all classes … Member of the Math Honor Society and National Honor Society … Held offers from Arizona State, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa and Northwestern, among others. Personal: Chris Lacy was born Jan. 28, 1996, in Fort Worth, Texas … Son of Chris and Karen Lacy … Plans to major in industrial engineering and management.

Josh Mabin

Linebacker | 6-2 | 227 | Freshman Houston, TX/Klein Oak Pronounced MAY-bin Four-star recruit by ESPN.com … Ranked as the No. 21 outside linebacker in the nation by Scout. High School: Coached by David Smith at Klein Oak High School … Waco Tribune Top 100 Texas Recruit … Texas Football Magazine Top 300 Texas Recruit and top 30 linebacker … Texas High School Football All-Elite Team Class 5A Region II … An all-district selection … Also received offers from Oklahoma, Baylor, Mississippi State, Boise State and Iowa, among others.

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Juwan Offray

Defensive Back | 5-11 | 180 | Freshman New Orleans, LA/Edna Karr Pronounced juh-WAHN OH-fray Three-star recruit by ESPN.com and Rivals.com and ranked as the No. 31 prospect in Louisiana. High School: Coached by Jarrett Jones at Edna Karr High School … Offense-Defense All-American Game Participant … All State selection and first team All-District 9-4A … Also competed in baseball and track … Held offers from Nebraska and South Alabama.

Personal: Joshua Alan Mabin was born Oct. 18, 1995, in Houston, Texas … Son of Clayton and Tammy Mabin … Active member of FCA … Plans to study industrial distribution.

Personal: Juwan Offray was born May 24, 1996, in New Orleans, La. … Son of Cantrese Wilson and Allen Jones … Plans to study communications.

Defensive Coordinator Glenn Spencer: “Josh came from a very successful high school program with good high school coaches. I offered Josh a long time ago. He was probably one of the three or four young men that we identified after their sophomore year as being an offer-worthy kid. It was a battle with him. A lot of schools wanted him down there. He is an inside linebacker who is very intense. He’ll strike you. He has what I call collision speed. I think he has great instincts for a linebacker. Also, he plays with good pad level.”

Corners coach Van Malone on Juwan Offray: “Juwan Offray hails from New Orleans. What we’ve tried to do in the last couple of recruiting classes is make inroads into New Orleans. He comes from a fine Edna Karr football team that has done a great job over the years of playing in the playoffs and winning championships. We’re excited about him. He is going to play corner for us, but then will also provide - especially early in his career - big-time depth on special teams.”

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Matthew Mucha

Offensive Line | 6-6 | 255 | Freshman Seabrook, TX/Clear Lake Pronounced MOO-ha Three-star prospect by Rivals.com and the No. 99 prospect in the state of Texas ... A three-star prospect on Scout.com. High School: Coached by Sam Smith Jr. at Clear Lake … Played tackle in high school … Two-time All-District 24-5A Selection … Waco Tribune Top 100 Texas Recruit … Texas High School Football All-Elite Team Class 5A Region III … Also competed in track … Held offers from Texas Tech, Arkansas State, Memphis and UCF. Personal: Matthew Mucha was born March 4, 1996, in Houston, Texas … Son of John and Adrienne Mucha … Plans to major in engineering.

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Jarrell Owens

Defensive End | 6-3 | 240 | Freshman Palestine, TX/Palestine Pronounced juh-RELL An athletic defensive end prospect who played running back in high school and committed to the Cowboys late in the process … Listed 40 time of 4.66 seconds … A four-star recruit on Scout.com and the No. 37 defensive end prospect in the nation. High School: Coached by Lance Angel … Played primarily at running back, finishing his senior year with 81 carries for 678 yards and six touchdowns and 14 receptions for 232 yards and two touchdowns … Also tallied 23 tackles, six tackles for loss and two forced fumbles … Honorable Mention All-East Texas, First Team AllDistrict 19-3A and Waco Tribune Top 50 Texas Recruit as a senior … Second Team All-District 19-3A as a junior …

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Signee Bios Was a TCU commit before switching to OSU … Played basketball, averaging nine points and five rebounds per game … Also offered by Texas Tech, Louisiana-Monroe and Texas State and recruited by Baylor, Iowa and Oklahoma.

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Sione Palelei

Running Back | 5-10 | 196 | Freshman Gonzales, LA/East Ascension Pronounced see-OWN-ay PAH-lay-lay Explosive playmaker with an impressive highlight reel … Listed 40 time of 4.35 seconds … Three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Scout. com and Rivals.com. High School: Coached by Paul Bourgeois at East Ascension HS… Suffered a season-ending injury in the fifth game of his senior year after racking up 752 yards and 10 touchdowns on only 58 carries … Also had 10 catches for 257 yards and two scores … As a junior he totaled 111 carries for 828 yards and 13 touchdowns and 20 receptions for 283 yards and three touchdowns … First team All-District 5-5A as a junior … Also held offers from LSU, Tennessee, Arizona State, Arkansas, BYU and Georgia Tech, among others. Running backs coach Jemal Singleton: “Sione Palelei is affectionately known as ‘Boo.’ That’s his nickname. We’re excited for him, a young man that was previously committed to LSU and decided that Oklahoma State felt like home to him. He is a player with speed, quickness and hands. We’re really excited that he’s going to come join us here in June and he’s going to really do some great things.”

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Linebacker | 6-0 | 215 | Freshman Pearland, TX/Pearland Strong linebacker prospect … Listed with a 4.59-second 40 time, 300-pound bench mark and 35-inch vertical leap. High School: Coached by Tony Heath at Pearland High School … Finished his senior year with 86 tackles, including 61 unassisted, 11 tackles for loss and two sacks … Also snagged two interceptions, two fumbles recovered and a forced fumble … Had a forced fumble and 88-yard return for a score in the Texas 5A State Championship Game … Long list of honors as a senior included the Houston Chronicle Defensive Player of the Year, Associated Press Sports Editors Honorable Mention Class 5A All-State Team, first team All-Greater Houston, Defensive Player of the Year in District 22-5A, first team All-District 22-5A, Texas Football Magazine Top 300 Texas Recruits and Top 30 Texas Linebackers, Waco Tribune Top 100

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Texas Recruit, and Texas High School Football All-Elite Team Class 5A Region III … First team selection on Dave Campbell’s Texas Football 2013 All-Texas High School Team … Also participated in track and basketball … Held scholarship offers from Baylor, Boise State, Colorado, Houston, Iowa State and Northwestern.

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Personal: Justin Phillips was born Oct. 10, 1995, in Houston, Texas … Son of Jeff and Donna Phillips … Undecided on a major. Defensive Coordinator Glenn Spencer: “Justin was another young man that we identified early out of Pearland, Texas. His team just played for the state championship this past year. We can’t wait to get him here this summer. We had him in camp down in Texas a couple years ago and I loved the way he competed, loved the way he looked on grass moving around in cover skills and then when I followed that up with seeing a couple of games his junior year, I was sold on him. We got on Justin really early and thankfully so because a lot of other schools tried to come in late on him and tried to get in on him. That’s just an example of us going down there and doing our homework early in Texas and I think finding a young man early that is going to contribute around here for a number of years.”

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Ramon Richards Athlete | 6-0 | 180 | Freshman San Antonio, TX/G.W. Brackenridge Pronounced ruh-MOAN Versatile athlete who has excelled at many positions … Listed 40 time of 4.5 seconds. High School: Coached by Willie Hall at Brackenridge High School … Played several positions as a senior, going 99-of-186 passing for 1,630 yards with 13 touchdowns and carrying 115 times for 642 yards and 13 touchdowns … Named to the Texas High School Football All-Elite Team for Class 4A Region IV … First team AllArea Quarterback …First team All-District in basketball and a state qualifier in the 4 x 400-meter relay … First team All-District 28-4A as a junior … Held offers from Harvard, Yale, Rice, Houston and Sam Houston State. Personal: Ramon Richards was born Nov. 29, 1995, in Los Angeles, Calif. … Son of Ruth Murray and Ramon Richards. Corners coach Van Malone: “Ramon is an athlete who comes to us because he played quarterback, but played just a little bit of defensive back in his high school career. What he has is great ability with the ball in his hands, just like what we used to watch with Justin Gilbert, so that excites us. He’s going to be a work in progress learning the defensive back side of the game. He can also play safety, as we watched him in his high school video. He has tremendous speed, is really good with the ball in his hands and is going to be able to help us in special teams. He’ll start out at corner, but has the ability to play at both positions.”

Tre Roberts

Athlete | 6-2 | 202 | Freshman Houston, TX/Eisenhower An athletic prospect who played all over the field in high school … Projects as a defensive back, possibly a safety … Listed 40 time of 4.48 seconds. High School: Coached by Dre’ Thompson at Eisenhower High School … Played several positions during his senior year …. Senior stats included completing 14-of-36 passes for 188 yards and a touchdown, 41 carries for 234 yards and three touchdowns and 18 receptions for 434 yards and five touchdowns … Honored as a Top 300 Texas Recruit and a Top 30 Quarterback by Texas Football Magazine his senior year … Was a member of the Eisenhower track team … Also held offers from TCU, Utah and SMU. Personal: Trevion Deray Roberts was born Dec. 7, 1995 in Houston, Texas … Son of Twila Williams and Terrick Roberts … Plans to major in computer engineering … Relative of Kenny Guiton, who played quarterback at Ohio State. Corners coach Van Malone: “Tre’s a kid who played quarterback in high school with very minimal defensive back play on high school video. But he has good size for the position and good speed. I think he ran a 10.5 in the 100 meters at some point in his career. He is a kid that we think will start out at safety for us. He comes from Houston, and his team— over the years— has performed and been in the playoffs and won championships. So we’re excited to have Tre.”

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Zach Sinor

Punter | 5-11 | 190 | Freshman Castroville, Tx/Medina Valley Pronounced SIGH-ner Punter prospect who was perhaps the best in the state of Texas. High School: Coached by Steve Hale at Medina Valley … Averaged 43.5 yards on 42 punts as a senior, with 16 punts downed inside the 20-yard line and a long punt of 66 yards … Averaged more than 40 yards per punt over his career … First team selection on Dave Campbell’s Texas Football 2013 All-Texas High School Team … Associated Press Sports Editors first team Class 4A AllState Team, San Antonio Express News first team Sub 5A All-Area Team, first team All-District 29-4A and Texas High School Football All-Elite Team Class 4A Region IV as a senior … . Three-time All-District 29-4A selection … Given the Academic All-Excellence Award in every year of his high school career … Active in National Honor Society, student council, FCA and FFA … Also recruited by Texas A&M, Iowa State and Tulsa.

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Player Bios Personal: Zachary Joe Sinor was born July 13, 1995, in San Antonio, Texas … Son of Wes and Valerie Sinor … Plans to major in sports management or finance. Running backs coach Jemal Singleton: “We’ve got a great punter in Zach Sinor from Medina Valley in San Antonio. I’m excited for him. He has an amazing skill set of being able to down people, directionally kick, pooch punt and some of those things that we really need our punter to be able to do. It was exciting to see him both live and he also came to a camp during the summer and did some amazing things. We’re very lucky to have Zach Sinor as a Cowboy.”

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Kirk Tucker

Defensive Back | 6-2 | 190 | Freshman Tucker, GA/Tucker A defensive back prospect who committed late to the Cowboys … Listed 40 time of 4.55 seconds … Three-star prospect by ESPN. com, Rivals.com and Scout.com … Held scholarship offers from Oregon, Ohio State, Stanford and Wisconsin, among others. High School: Coached by Bryan Lamar at Tucker High School … Finished his senior year with 55 tackles, including 39 solo stops, 12 tackles for loss, eight sacks, three interceptions and three forced fumbles … Had 60 tackles as a junior, along with 37 solo stops, seven tackles for loss, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries … Honorable Mention Georgia Sportswriters Association All-State Team, Atlanta Journal Constitution Preseason All-State Team and All-Area team as a senior … Went 40-4 in three years playing at Tucker, going 14-1 as a senior, 10-3 as a junior and 16-0 as a sophomore … Second team All-Region Team as a junior. Defensive Coordinator Glenn Spencer: “Kirk came to us pretty late. We knew about Kirk last year when he was an early commit to another school. Then, he came available for a couple of reasons and we jumped on him really fast. He’s a good student and great person. He kind of fits the mold of that star linebacker that we’ve had in the past with Andre Sexton and Shaun Lewis. He’s a safety/outside linebacker and the first thing that jumps out at you on film is his blitz skills and he’s a very aggressive player. He is a fine young man and we’re fortunate that we have some ties in Georgia and got a phone call to jump on him as fast as we could. A lot of schools jumped on him late after something fell through on another end. Kirk is one of those guys who was off the radar for a while, but when we had the chance to get him, we jumped right on him and it worked out well.”

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Cole Walterscheid Defensive End | 6-6 | 210 | Freshman Muenster, TX/Muenster

Big defensive end who excelled at multiple sports … Listed 40 time of 4.72, bench of 250 lbs., squat of 400 lbs. and vertical of 37 inches. High School: Coached by Brady Carney at Muenster … Finished his senior year with 58 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, nine sacks, four forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and an interception that he returned for a touchdown … Also had 40 receptions for 976 yards and 12 touchdowns on offense … Associated Press Sports Editors Honorable Mention Class A All-State, Waco Tribune Top 100 Texas Recruit, and first team All-District 8-A Division II as a senior … Associated Press Sports Editors first team Class A All-State and first team All-District 8-A Division II as a junior … First team All-District 8-A, Division II as a sophomore … Also held offers from Boise State, North Texas, SMU, UTSA and UTEP … Averaged a double-double in basketball, earning All-State honors … Qualifying for the state meet in track and field … Ran the 100-meter dash in 11.6 seconds and holds a long jump of 22-00.5 inches … Also played baseball. Personal: Cole Aaron Walterscheid was born Oct. 25, 1995, in Muenster, Texas … Son of Mel and April Walterscheid … Plans to major in business. Defensive line coach Joe Bob Clements: “Cole’s a young guy that we identified late in the spring. We had a chance to visit with him during the summer. Cole’s a very tall, long and full-of-range football player. The thing with Cole is that he’s going to have to put on some weight to play at this level. The reason I like Cole is because of his competitiveness. He goes straight from football, takes a day off then goes into basketball, takes a day off then joins the baseball team and competes in track, takes a day off and then he’s in summer league. He’s a young guy that never stops. He’s competing all year round. We feel that once he focuses on just one sport he’s really going to blow up as far as his weight, mass and probably even improve his strength and speed. As a competitive youngster, I like guys who play in multiple sports yearround. I think that competition helps drive your football team.”

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James Washington

champion in Texas, racking up 73 catches for 1,331 yards and 24 touchdowns … Also played defense, recording 42 tackles and seven interceptions … First team selection on Dave Campbell’s Texas Football 2013 All-Texas High School Team … Also named the Class 1A Texas Player of the Year by the organization … Finished his junior year with 78 receptions for 1,172 yards and 22 scores to help lead Stamford to the state title, earning first team AllDistrict and first team All-State honors … Also ran track and played basketball and was a member of Stamford student council … Held offers from Texas, TCU, Texas Tech and Texas State. Personal: James Edward Washington Jr. was born April 2, 1996, in Abilene, Texas … Son of James and Chrysta Washington …Plans to major in mechanical engineering. Offensive Coordinator Mike Yurcich: “James won the state title out of Texas. I believe he had over 70 catches this year. What he brings to the table is great leaping ability. He is able to go up and he’s got a tremendous vertical jump. We’re really excited about James. He’s a very intelligent guy and has a very high GPA. What he brings from a skill set to an athletic standpoint is great but everyone should also know that he’s a great student as well and really gets us excited here.”

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Joyan Williams

Defensive Tackle | 6-3 | 265 | Freshman New Orleans, LA/Edna Karr Pronounced YAH-nee Highly-recruited defensive tackle prospect with high potential … Listed 40 time of 4.84 seconds … Three-star prospect by ESPN, Rivals and Scout. High School: Coached by Nathaniel Jones at Edna Karr … A Louisiana All-State selection and an All-District pick as a senior … Also held reported offers from Arizona State, Arkansas, Miami (Fla.), Georgia Tech and Mississippi State, among others. Personal: Joyan Jair Williams was born Sept. 15, 1995, in New Orleans, La. … Son of Shawndreka Williams. Defensive line coach Joe Bob Clements: “Joyan was really identified by our graduate assistant, Eric Henderson. We brought him up to camp and he performed at a very high level. He was a somewhat unknown for whatever reason. He was kind of an under-the-radar type player. I think his ceiling is exceptionally high. He’s probably never been through a conditioning program like we have here or had the type of support that we have here. With young guys like that, they haven’t been exposed to anything like that you just see their ceiling be extremely high for where they are at right now. We think he’s a young guy that has all the tools that are necessary to compete at this level and we’re just excited to get him as part of the program.”

Receiver | 6-0 | 193 | Freshman Stamford, TX/Stamford

Big-play receiver who helped his team to a Texas State Championship … A three-star receiver on Scout.com ranked as the No. 76 receiver in the country … Listed 40 time at 4.4 seconds. High School: Coached by Wayne Hutchinson at Stamford High School … Finished his senior year as a 2013 Class 1A state

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Mr. Versatility

Linebacker Shaun Lewis did it all for the Cowboys. He ranked among the team leaders in tackles, tackles for loss, interceptions, fumbles forced, fumbles recovered pass breakups.

Stat Sheet Stuffer

Defensive end Tyler Johnson enjoyed a breakthrough season that saw him be a menacing figure in opposing backfields throughout Big 12 play. Parker Graham

Big-Game PErformer

Receiver Charlie Moore was at his best in big games for OSU. He snagged the game-winning touchdown against TCU and had important touchdowns against Texas, Baylor and Kansas State.

2013 In RevieW

OSU won 10 games, beat three ranked opponents and was one of only four teams to finish the regular season ranked in the top 20 nationally in both scoring offense and scoring defense.

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2013 Honors and Recognition Oklahoma State Team • Tostitos Fiesta Bowl National Team of the Week, Nov. 24 Glenn Spencer, Defensive Coordinator • Broyles Award Nominee (Nation's top assistant coach) • Athlon Sports Big 12 Coordinator of the Week, Sept. 9 • Athlon Sports National Coordinator of the Week, Nov. 17 • Athlon Sports Big 12 Coordinator of the Week, Nov. 17 • Athlon Sports Big 12 Coordinator of the Week, Nov. 24 Mike Yurcich, Offensive Coordinator • Athlon Sports Big 12 Coordinator of the Week, Nov. 3 4 Justin Gilbert, CB/KR • First-Team All-American, Walter Camp • First-Team All-American, FWAA • Second-Team All-American, Associated Press • First-Team All-Big 12, Coaches • First-Team All-Big 12, Associated Press • Jim Thorpe Award finalist (one of three in the nation) • OSU's Leslie O'Neal Award (Defensive MVP) • College Football Performance Awards DB Trophy Winner • Honorable mention Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year • Honorable mention All-Big 12 KR/PR • Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week, Nov. 18 • CBSSports.com National Co-Defensive Player of the Week, Nov. 18 • Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week, Nov. 11 • College Football Performance Awards National Kick Returner of the Week, Nov. 10 • Paul Hornung Award Weekly Honor Roll, Nov. 18 • Preseason watch list, Bronko Nagurski Trophy 45 Caleb Lavey, LB • Team Captain as voted by teammates • First-Team All-Big 12, Associated Press • Second-team All-Big 12, Coaches • Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week, Sept. 2 • Capital One Academic All-America, second team • Capital One Academic All-District • First Team Academic All-Big 12 • OSU's L.L. Boger Award for Academic Excellence • OSU's Vernon Grant Award for Spirit and Love of the Game of Football 99 Calvin Barnett, DT • First-Team All-Big 12, Coaches • First-Team All-Big 12, Associated Press • OSU's Leslie O'Neal Award (Defensive MVP) • Honorable mention Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year • Preseason watch list, Bednarik Award • Preseason watch list, Bronko Nagurski Trophy • Preseason watch list, Outland Trophy • Preseason watch list, Rotary Lombardi Award 71 Parker Graham, OL • Team Captain as voted by teammates • First-Team All-Big 12, Coaches • First-Team All-Big 12, Associated Press • Honorable mention Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year • First Team Academic All-Big 12 • OSU's Barry Sanders Award for Most Contributions with Least Recognition 11 Shaun Lewis, LB • Team Captain as voted by teammates • First-Team All-Big 12, Coaches • Second-team All-Big 12, Associated Press • OSU's Bob Fenimore Award (Top Player on His Side of the Ball) • First Team Academic All-Big 12 • Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week, Oct. 7 • Athlon Sports Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week, Oct. 7 • Preseason watch list, Bronko Nagurski Trophy

10 Clint Chelf, QB • Team Captain as voted by teammates • Second-team All-Big 12, Coaches • Second-team All-Big 12, Associated Press • OSU's Bob Fenimore Award (Top Player on His Side of the Ball) • First Team Academic All-Big 12 • Walter Camp National Player of the Week, Nov. 25 • Manning Award Star of the Week, Nov. 25 • Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week, Nov. 25 • CBSSports.com National Offensive Player of the Week, Nov. 25 • Athlon Sports Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week, Nov. 24 • Athlon Sports National Offensive Player of the Week, Nov. 24 • Manning Award Star of the Week, Nov. 18 • Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week, Nov. 4 • Athlon Sports National Offensive Player of the Week, Nov. 3 • Athlon Sports Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week, Nov. 3 5 Josh Stewart, WR • Second-team All-Big 12 receiver, Coaches • Second-team All-Big 12 return man, Coaches • Honorable mention Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year • OSU's Thurman Thomas Award (Offensive MVP) • Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week, Sept. 16 • Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week, Sept. 21 • College Football Performance Awards National Punt Returner of the Week, Sept. 16 • Athlon Sports Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week, Sept. 20 • College Football Performance Awards National Punt Returner of the Week, Sept. 20 • FWAA Courage Award nominee • Disney Sports Spirit Award nominee • Preseason watch list, Biletnikoff Award 8 Daytawion Lowe, S • Second-team All-Big 12, Coaches • Second-team All-Big 12, Associated Press • Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week, Nov. 25 • Preseason watch list, Jim Thorpe Award 9 Kye Staley, FB • Second-team All-Big 12, Coaches • OSU's Vernon Grant Award for Spirit and Love of the Game of Football 4 J.W. Walsh, QB • Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week, Sept. 9 • Athlon Sports Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week, Sept. 9 • Manning Award Star of the Week, Sept. 9 • College Football Performance Awards National Performer of the Week, Sept. 9 • College Football Performance Awards National Quarterback of the Week, Sept. 9 26 Desmond Roland, RB • Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week, Oct. 28 • Athlon Sports Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week, Oct. 27 • College Football Performance Awards National Running Back of the Week, Oct. 28 40 Tyler Johnson, DE • Second-team All-Big 12, Coaches • OSU's Vernon Grant Award for Spirit and Love of the Game of Football

38 Emmanuel Ogbah, DE • Honorable mention Big 12 Defensive Freshman of the Year • Second Team Academic All-Big 12 51 Brandon Webb, OL • Honorable mention All-Big 12 • OSU's Barry Sanders Award for Most Contributions with Least Recognition 91 James Castleman, DL • Honorable mention All-Big 12 81 Jhajuan Seales, WR • Honorable Mention Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year • OSU's Russell Okung Newcomer Award 89 Sam Wren, DE • Honorable mention Big 12 Defensive Newcomer of the Year 6 Ashton Lampkin, CB • OSU's Special Teams MVP • First Team Academic All-Big 12 19 Ben Grogan, K • Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week, Oct. 7 • Athlon Sports Big 12 Freshman of the Week, Oct. 7 17 Charlie Moore, WR • First Team Academic All-Big 12 • OSU's Vernon Grant Award for Spirit and Love of the Game of Football • Capital One Academic All-America nominee • Wuerffel Trophy nominee 29 Joe Mitchell, LB • OSU's Barry Sanders Award for Most Contributions with Least Recognition 26 Tyler Patmon, CB • OSU's Russell Okung Newcomer Award 56 Connor Sinko, LS • First Team Academic All-Big 12 • Capital One Academic All-America nominee 59 Michael Reichenstein, P • First Team Academic All-Big 12 90 Trace Clark, DE • Second Team Academic All-Big 12 39 Teddy Johnson, FB • Second Team Academic All-Big 12 44 Jeremy Seaton, FB • Second Team Academic All-Big 12 53 Andrew Suter, LS • Second Team Academic All-Big 12 31 Jeremy Smith, RB • Preseason watch list, Doak Walker Award

87 Tracy Moore, WR • OSU's Thurman Thomas Award (Offensive MVP) • Honorable mention All-Big 12 • Preseason watch list, Biletnikoff Award 18 Deion Imade, LB • Team Captain as voted by teammates • Second Team Academic All-Big 12

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2013 Notes The Basics The Oklahoma State football team finished 2013 with a 10-3 overall record and a 7-2 mark in Big 12 play. The Cowboys finished second in the Big 12 Conference standings. In The Polls Oklahoma State finished the season ranked No. 17 in the Associated Press poll, No. 17 in the USA Today Coaches Poll and No. 13 in the BCS Standings. The Season in a Sentence For the first time, Oklahoma State was picked to win the Big 12 in the preseason and led by a much-improved defense and an offense that was reinvigorated after midseason personnel moves, the Cowboys stormed to a 7-1 record in league play and were in position to secure their second Big 12 title in three years after steamrolling No. 3 Baylor, but an upset loss to Oklahoma on the final day of the regular season dashed OSU's chances. Strong on Both Sides of the Ball Oklahoma State is one of only four teams in the country to finish 2013 ranked in the top 20 nationally in both scoring offense and scoring defense. The other three were Florida State, Alabama and Oregon. Team Oklahoma State Florida State Alabama Oregon

Scoring Offense/NCAA Rank 39.1 ppg - 14th 51.6 ppg - 2nd 38.2 ppg - 17th 45.5 ppg - 4th

Scoring Defense/NCAA Rank 21.6 ppg allowed - 19th 12.1 ppg allowed - 1st 13.9 ppg allowed - 4th 20.5 ppg allowed - 13th

Defensive Turnaround a Primary Storyline Playing under the guidance of first-year defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer, the play of the Cowboys' senior-driven defense was at the core of OSU's success in 2013. The Cowboys finished 2013 ranked in the top 25 nationally in scoring defense (19th), turnovers gained (fifth), passes intercepted (third), red zone defense (seventh), pass efficiency defense (sixth), tackles for loss (16th) and third-down conversion percentage defense (seventh) just one year after ranking in the top 25 nationally in only one of those categories (tackles for loss - 25th in 2012). A very good argument can be made that OSU had the Big 12's best overall defense in 2013, as the Cowboys led the league in scoring defense, turnovers gained, pass defense efficiency, third-down conversion percentage defense and red zone defense. Early in the season, the team had to rely heavily on its defense to win games and Spencer's unit delivered, limiting two of OSU's first three opponents without a touchdown. Spencer's scheme against Baylor helped the Cowboys force three turnovers and limit the top-ranked offense in the nation to 44 points and 231 yards below its season averages as part of OSU's win over the No. 3 Bears. Seniority Experience was a key factor in Oklahoma State's defensive success in 2013. The Cowboy defense boasted eight senior starters, plus an additional three seniors who factored heavily into the playing time rotation. In 2013, OSU seniors combined to make 78 percent of the team's tackles and produce 73 percent of the team's turnovers, either by interception or by fumble recovery. Of the 15 fumbles forced by the Cowboy defense in 2013, 13 were forced by seniors. Additionally, 78 percent of all pass breakups by OSU were made by seniors.

2013 Oklahoma State REsults Date 8/31 9/7 9/14 9/28 10/5 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 12/7 1/3

Opponent NR/RV Mississippi St. at UTSA Lamar at West Virginia Kansas State TCU at Iowa State at No. 15 Texas Tech Kansas at No. 23 Texas No. 3 Baylor No. 18 Oklahoma No. 9 Missouri

Result W, 21-3 W, 56-35 W, 59-3 L, 21-30 W, 33-29 W, 24-10 W, 58-27 W, 52-34 W, 42-6 W, 38-13 W, 49-17 L, 24-33 L, 31-41

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2013 Big 12 Standings Team Baylor Oklahoma Oklahoma State Texas Kansas State Texas Tech TCU West Virginia Iowa State Kansas

Big 12 8-1 7-2 7-2 7-2 5-4 4-5 2-7 2-7 2-7 1-8

All 11-2 11-2 10-3 8-5 8-5 8-5 4-8 4-8 3-9 3-9

Key Moment Midway through the season, the OSU coaches shook up the offense by inserting Clint Chelf as the starting quarterback, Desmond Roland as the starting running back and moving Parker Graham from left tackle to right guard. Things picked up immediately for the offense, as Chelf ended up finishing eighth in the nation in adjusted QBR, Roland had seven rushing touchdowns in his first two games as the starter and Graham spearheaded an offensive line that turned around the fortunes of OSU's rushing attack. Key Statistic - Turnovers Forcing turnovers has been at the core of Oklahoma State's defensive identity for years. In fact, OSU leads the nation with 163 turnovers forced from 2009 through the present. The Cowboys led the nation in takeaways as part of their Big 12 championship season of 2011, but slipped in that area in 2012. Turnovers were back to being a significant factor for OSU in 2013, as the Cowboys led the Big 12 and ranked fourth nationally with a +1.2 turnover margin. The Pokes were third nationally with 21 passes intercepted and were fifth nationally with 33 turnovers gained. OSU lost only five fumbles on the year - a mark that ranked seventh in the nation. Oklahoma State and the Turnover Why are turnovers such a focal point at Oklahoma State? Because during the Mike Gundy era (2005-present), the Cowboys are 19-0 when they don't commit a turnover in a game and are 47-5 when winning the turnover battle. Dating back to the 2008 season, the Cowboys have won 34 of their last 35 games when winning the turnover battle.

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2013 Notes AP Poll, Final RK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

TEAM Florida State (60) Auburn Michigan State South Carolina Missouri Oklahoma Alabama Clemson Oregon UCF Stanford Ohio State Baylor LSU Louisville UCLA Oklahoma State Texas A&M USC Notre Dame Arizona State Wisconsin Duke Vanderbilt Washington

RECORD 14-0 12-2 13-1 11-2 12-2 11-2 11-2 11-2 11-2 12-1 11-3 12-2 11-2 10-3 12-1 10-3 10-3 9-4 10-4 9-4 10-4 9-4 10-4 9-4 9-4

PTS 1500 1428 1385 1247 1236 1205 1114 1078 974 959 936 816 778 717 693 632 598 459 299 256 255 245 190 117 109

Others receiving votes: Nebraska 107, Fresno State 57, Northern Illinois 22, North Dakota State 17, Texas Tech 14, Georgia 13, Iowa 13, Ole Miss 10, Kansas State 8, Arizona 5, Navy 3, Utah State 2, East Carolina 2, Mississippi State 1

USA Today Poll, Final RK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

TEAM Florida State (59) Auburn Michigan State South Carolina Missouri Oklahoma Clemson Alabama Oregon Ohio State Stanford UCF Baylor LSU Louisville UCLA Oklahoma State Texas A&M USC Arizona State Wisconsin Duke Vanderbilt Notre Dame Nebraska

RECORD 14-0 12-2 13-1 11-2 12-2 11-2 11-2 11-2 11-2 12-2 11-3 12-1 11-2 10-3 12-1 10-3 10-3 9-4 10-4 10-4 9-4 10-4 9-4 9-4 9-4

PTS 1475 1388 1375 1219 1200 1189 1091 1086 975 872 872 865 796 719 703 597 587 443 313 302 266 202 180 125 123

Others receiving votes: Washington 67, Fresno State 54, Northern Illinois 21, Marshall 17, Texas Tech 13, Kansas State 11, Ole Miss 7, Texas 4, Miami (FL) 4, Cincinnati 3, East Carolina 3, Arizona 2, North Texas 2, Utah State 2, Navy 1, Louisiana-Lafayette 1

Gundy, Cowboys Take Down Another Top-10 Team The signature win of the 2013 season was a 49-17 wipeout of No. 3 Baylor on Nov. 23. ESPN's popular College GameDay program was in Stillwater for a game that was hyped as the national game of the week and the Cowboys were up to the challenge of playing on the big stage. Playing in front of the first sellout crowd in Boone Pickens Stadium history, Oklahoma State's defense forced three turnovers and held Baylor 44 points and 231 yards below its season averages in recording one of the most lopsided wins ever over a team ranked in the top three of the Associated Press poll. Quarterback Clint Chelf earned national player of the week honors after completing 19-of-25 passes for 370 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. He added a 48-yard reception that set up a touchdown and he rushed for a score as well. It was OSU's fourth win over a top-10 team and its third over a top-five team since 2008. Orange November Oklahoma State went 4-0 in the month of November, securing an undefeated November for the first time since the 1945 team went 9-0 and won the Sugar Bowl. OSU's November produced wins over No. 3 Baylor, No. 15 Texas Tech in Lubbock, No. 23 Texas in Austin and Kansas. Some notes from Orange November: • Three of OSU's four wins were over ranked teams, with two of those coming on the road. • The Cowboys outscored their four November foes, 181-70, for an average November score of 45-18. Again, three of their four opponents were ranked. • The Cowboys scored touchdowns on 18 of their 19 trips into the red zone and limited their opponents to touchdowns on only six of 17 trips into the red zone. • OSU forced 10 turnovers and committed only three. Gilbert a Consensus All-American Oklahoma State senior cornerback Justin Gilbert was a 2013 consensus All-American with honors from the FWAA, Walter Camp and the Associated Press and was one of three finalists for the 2013 Jim Thorpe Award, which is given annually to the most outstanding defensive back in college football. Gilbert finished with seven interceptions, a mark that leads the Big 12 and ranked third nationally. He had two pick-sixes on the year, coming at Iowa State and at Texas. Additionally, he had three non-offensive touchdowns in 2013; a 31-yard interception return at Iowa State, a 100-yard kickoff return vs. Kansas and a 43-yard interception return at Texas. He finished his career with eight non-offensive touchdowns. The list: 93 yd kickoff return vs. Baylor 89 yd kickoff return vs. Oklahoma 96 yd kickoff return at Tulsa 100 yd kickoff return at Texas 96 yd kickoff return vs. West Virginia 31 yd interception return at Iowa State 100 yd kickoff return vs. Kansas 43 yd interception return at Texas

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BCS Standings, Final Rank Team 1 Florida State 2 Auburn 3 Alabama 4 Michigan State 5 Stanford 6 Baylor 7 Ohio State 8 Missouri 9 South Carolina 10 Oregon 11 Oklahoma 12 Clemson 13 Oklahoma State 14 Arizona State 15 UCF 16 LSU 17 UCLA 18 Louisville 19 Wisconsin 20 Fresno State 21 Texas A&M 22 Georgia 23 Northern Illinois 24 Duke 25 USC

Avg. 0.9957 0.9638 0.9061 0.86 0.8191 0.7722 0.7705 0.7256 0.7152 0.5811 0.5756 0.5553 0.5233 0.4416 0.4343 0.4322 0.3703 0.3199 0.2365 0.1675 0.1663 0.1594 0.1572 0.1134 0.0672

Gilbert Fell Just Short of NCAA Career Record Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert finished as the Big 12 career record-holder in kickoff return touchdowns with six and was just one kickoff return touchdown shy of the NCAA career record of seven, held jointly by Clemson's C.J. Spiller (2006-09) and Houston's Tyron Carrier (2008-11). Cowboys Place League-High 11 Players On All-Big 12 Teams Oklahoma State earned a conference-best 11 spots on the 2013 All-Big 12 team as selected by the league’s 10 head coaches, who are not permitted to vote for their own players. OSU’s first team honorees included senior offensive lineman Parker Graham, senior defensive tackle Calvin Barnett, senior linebacker Shaun Lewis and senior cornerback Justin Gilbert. The Cowboys’ second team selections included senior quarterback Clint Chelf, senior fullback Kye Staley, junior Josh Stewart (selected as a receiver and as a returner), senior defensive end Tyler Johnson, senior linebacker Caleb Lavey and senior safety Daytawion Lowe. Oklahoma State tied Baylor with the most athletes honored with 10, but Stewart’s honors as a receiver and returner gave the Cowboys the most selections in the league with 11. OSU also had the most defensive selections with six, while Baylor was the next closest with four. OSU’s five offensive spots were second only to Baylor’s six.

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2013 Notes Oklahoma State Breaks One Big 12 Record, Ties Another Nine different OSU players combined for 12 Big 12 Player of the Week honors in 2013, setting a league record for most players from a single team to earn Big 12 weekly honors during the course of a season and matching the 2000 Oklahoma team's conference record for most total honorees from one team in a season. Oklahoma State Players to Earn Big 12 Weekly Honors in 2013 Sept. 2 - Caleb Lavey, Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week Sept. 9 - J.W. Walsh, Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week Sept. 16 - Josh Stewart, Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week Oct. 7 - Shaun Lewis, Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week Oct. 7 - Ben Grogan, Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week Oct. 21 - Josh Stewart, Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week Oct. 28 - Desmond Roland, Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week Nov. 4 – Clint Chelf, Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week Nov. 11 - Justin Gilbert, Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week Nov. 18 - Justin Gilbert, Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week Nov. 25 - Clint Chelf, Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week Nov. 25 - Daytawion Lowe, Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week Senior Salute Oklahoma State's senior class of 2013 compiled a 41-11 record, matching the senior class of 2011 as the winningest in school history. A look at each member of the class: • Calvin Barnett, DT - Two-time first-team All-Big 12 performer. • Clint Chelf, QB - 2012 Heart of Dallas Bowl MVP and central figure in Oklahoma State's offensive turnaround in 2013. • Davidell Collins, DL - Played several key snaps each of the past three years. • Zack Craig, S - Special teams standout with three blocked punts and one blocked punt return for a touchdown in his career. Saw extensive action at safety in 2013. • Shamiel Gary, SS - One of the team's leading tacklers each of the past two years. • Justin Gilbert, CB - Finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award given to the nation's top defensive back. 2013 consensus AllAmerican. • John Goodlett, WR - One-time walk-on who earned a scholarship through hard work, character and performance. • Parker Graham, OL - Started 31 games in his career. 2013 first team All-Big 12. • Deion Imade, LB - 2013 team captain. Special teams standout who played both safety and linebacker during his career. • Blake Jackson, WR - Injured most of 2013, but led the 2012 squad with 19.9 yards per reception. • Tyler Johnson, DE - Became a significant factor on the OSU defensive line at the end of 2012 and turned in an All-Big 12-caliber year in 2013. • Caleb Lavey, LB - Team captain and one of OSU's clear leaders. 2013 first team All-Big 12. • Shaun Lewis, LB - Team captain. Earned a starting spot midway through his freshman year and started every game since. 2013 first team All-Big 12. • Daytawion Lowe, FS - Strong leader on the team. 2013 second-team All-Big 12 honoree. Finished with 269 career tackles. • Joe Mitchell, LB - Athletic, productive contributor on special teams and at linebacker throughout his career. • Charlie Moore, WR - Made 11 touchdown catches in his last two years. Produced several memorable moments in big games. • Tracy Moore, WR - Led the 2013 team with six touchdown receptions and 738 receiving yards. An important cog in one of America's best offenses since 2010. • Taylor Moss, WR - Valued member of the scout team who lost 2013 to injury. • Tyler Patmon, CB - Perhaps the most valuable addition to the team in 2013. Three-year starter at Kansas who transferred to OSU after earning his degree. • Michael Reichenstein, P - A steady performer as the team's holder on placements his last two seasons. • Nick Rockwell, WR - Significant contributor on special teams known for his outstanding attitude. • Anthony Rogers, DT - Showed noticeable improvement during his career and played key snaps on the interior of the defensive line. • Connor Sinko, LS - Never had an errant snap on placements in three years. • Jeremy Smith, RB - Another key performer in one of the nation's most explosive offenses since 2010. Ranks sixth on OSU's career rushing touchdowns list. • Kye Staley, FB - Former top high school player in the state of Oklahoma who overcame what many thought would be a career-ending injury to become a three-time All-Big 12 performer. • Steve Sumpter, LB - Transfer from Missouri Southern who cracked into the travel squad in 2013. • Andrew Suter, LS - Never had an errant snap on punts in three and a half years. Recovered a fumble in the 2010 Alamo Bowl win over Arizona. • Brandon Webb, OL - Earned a spot in the starting lineup midway through 2012 and started every game since.

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Oklahoma State in the NFL Dan Bailey Justin Blackmon Dez Bryant Josh Cooper Corey Hilliard Kendall Hunter Charlie Johnson Orie Lemon Russell Okung Brandon Pettigrew Joseph Randle Zac Robinson Ryan Robinson Antonio Smith Lane Taylor Brandon Weeden Kevin Williams

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2013 Notes Cowboy Offense Notebook Oklahoma State installed its current offensive system prior to the 2010 season and the results have been spectacular. Some offensive highlights: • Oklahoma State is the only team to rank in the top 10 nationally each year from 2010 through 2012 in total offense, scoring offense and passing offense. • Oklahoma State was the only team in the nation to average more than seven yards per play in both 2011 and 2012.

Scoring Per Game, 2010-present

Team Total Points Total Games 1. Oregon 2492 53 2. Oklahoma State 2310 52 3. Baylor 2253 52 4. Texas A&M 2067 52 5. Boise State 2042 52 6. Northern Illinois 2163 56 7. Houston 1962 51 8. Florida State 2110 55 9. Wisconsin 2024 54 10. Oklahoma 1958 53

Yards Per Play, 2010-present

Team 1. Baylor 2. Oregon 3. Alabama 4. Oklahoma State 5. Northern Illinois 6. Florida State 7. Wisconsin 8. Texas A&M 9. Houston 10. Boise State

Yards 29286 28549 23498 26856 26815 23995 24122 26377 25357 24309

Plays 4086 4071 3418 3970 4009 3605 3635 4056 3933 3779

Avg. 7.17 7.01 6.87 6.76 6.69 6.66 6.64 6.50 6.45 6.43

Games 52 53 52 52 51 52 51 53 56 51

Avg. 563.19 538.66 516.46 507.25 497.20 494.21 484.61 479.06 478.84 472.35

Total Offense Leaders, 2010-present

Team 1. Baylor 2. Oregon 3. Oklahoma State 4. Texas A&M 5. Houston 6. Nevada 7. Texas Tech 8. Oklahoma 9. Northern Illinois 10. Arizona

Yards 29286 28549 26856 26377 25357 25699 24715 25390 26815 24090

Avg 47.02 44.42 43.33 39.75 39.27 38.63 38.47 38.36 37.48 36.94

Passing Offense Leaders, 2010-present

Team Total Yards Games 1. Texas Tech 18025 51 2. Houston 17816 51 3. Oklahoma State 17445 52 4. Baylor 17313 52 5. Washington State 15487 49 6. Troy 15177 49 7. Texas A&M 16090 52 8. Oklahoma 16316 53 9. Fresno State 15771 52 10. Hawai'i 15417 51

Avg. 353.43 349.33 335.48 332.94 316.06 309.73 309.42 307.85 303.29 302.29

Big 12 Record in Conference Games Only, 2008-present Only two teams in the Big 12 have posted a winning record against the league every season since 2008, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma. West Virginia and TCU were not counted in these totals, as they joined the Big 12 in 2012. Oklahoma Oklahoma State Texas Kansas State Texas Tech Baylor Iowa State Kansas

2008 7-1 5-3 7-1 2-6 7-1 2-6 0-8 4-4

2009 5-3 6-2 8-0 4-4 5-3 1-7 3-5 1-7

2010 6-2 6-2 2-6 3-5 3-5 4-4 3-5 1-7

2011 6-3 8-1 4-5 7-2 2-7 6-3 3-6 0-9

2012 8-1 5-4 5-4 8-1 4-5 4-5 3-6 0-9

2013 7-2 7-2 7-2 5-4 4-5 8-1 2-7 1-8

Total 39-12 37-14 33-18 29-22 25-26 25-26 14-37 7-44

Many Happy Returns Result in Non-Offensive Touchdowns Oklahoma State scored a touchdown on a kickoff return (Justin Gilbert vs. Kansas), two punt returns (both by Josh Stewart), two interception returns (both by Gilbert) and two fumble returns (Tyler Johnson at Iowa State and Tyler Patmon vs. Baylor) in 2013. The Cowboys have scored 25 non-offensive touchdowns since the start of the 2010 season. Oklahoma State’s Non-Offensive Touchdowns Since 2010 2010 - Justin Blackmon 7 yd blocked punt return vs. Washington State 2010 - Josh Cooper 66 yd punt return vs. Troy 2010 - James Thomas 63 yd fumble recovery vs. Texas A&M 2010 - Johnny Thomas 26 yd interception return at Kansas State 2010 - Justin Gilbert 93 yd kickoff return vs. Baylor 2010 - Michael Harrison 5 yd blocked punt return at Kansas 2010 - Shaun Lewis 52 yd interception return vs. Oklahoma 2010 - Justin Gilbert 89 yd kickoff return vs. Oklahoma 2010 - Markelle Martin 61 yd interception return vs. Arizona 2011 - Justin Gilbert 96 yd kickoff return at Tulsa 2011 - Justin Gilbert 100 yd kickoff return at Texas 2011 - Josh Stewart 3 yd fumble recovery at Texas Tech 2011 - Shaun Lewis 70 yd interception return at Iowa State 2011 - Richetti Jones 5 yd fumble recovery vs. Oklahoma 2012 - Desmond Roland 80 yd kickoff return at Kansas State 2012 - Justin Gilbert 96 yd kickoff return vs. West Virginia 2012 - Zack Craig 30 yd blocked punt return vs. Texas Tech 2012 - Daytawion Lowe 37 yd fumble return vs. Purdue 2013 - Josh Stewart, 67 yd punt return vs. Lamar 2013 - Josh Stewart, 95 yd punt return vs. TCU 2013 - Justin Gilbert, 31 yd interception return at Iowa State 2013 - Tyler Johnson, 54 yd fumble recovery at Iowa State 2013 - Justin Gilbert, 100 yd kickoff return vs. Kansas 2013 - Justin Gilbert, 43 yd interception return at Texas 2013 - Tyler Patmon, 78 yd fumble recovery vs. Baylor OSU Was One of Only Three 500-300 Teams Oklahoma State was one of only three teams in the nation with a game with 500 passing yards and a game with 300 rushing yards in 2013 - and both of OSU's came on the road. The Pokes hit UTSA for 518 passing yards on Sept. 7 and battered Iowa State with 348 rushing yards on Oct. 26. Fresno State and San Jose State are the only other teams to pull the 500-300 double. Defensive Benchmarks Oklahoma State's defensive coaches look at multiple factors when judging their own defense, but high on the priority list are the following: forcing turnovers, yards per play allowed, third down percentage, rush defense and minimizing big plays. A look at how the Cowboys did in those areas in 2013. Opponent Turnovers Forced Oppt. Yards/Play 3rd Down Defense vs. Mississippi State 2 4.8 2-16 (.125 pct.) at UTSA 2 6.1 6-14 (.429 pct.) Lamar 1 3.2 7-23 (.304 pct.) at West Virginia 2 4.3 8-22 (.364 pct.) Kansas State 5 5.1 5-12 (.417 pct.)

Rush Defense 111 135 121 68 144

Big Plays (20 yards+) 5 2 1 4 1

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2013 Notes TCU at Iowa State at Texas Tech Kansas at Texas Baylor Oklahoma vs. Missouri Season Total

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4.5 4.0 5.7 4.3 4.5 5.4 4.9 5.1 4.77

6-17 (.353 pct.) 4-20 (.200 pct.) 4-15 (.266 pct.) 5-20 (.250 pct.) 10-19 (.526 pct.) 7-18 (.388 pct.) 2-15 (.133 pct.) 6-18 (.333 pct.) 72-229 (.314 pct.)

126 154 124 202 151 94 165 256 142.4/game

1 6 5 3 2 7 2 5 3.38/game

Perspective On Yards Per Play Oklahoma State ranked 52nd nationally in total defense by yielding 384.9 yards per game in 2013. However, when analyzed on a per-play basis to account for the up-tempo offense played by the Cowboys and by many of their opponents, the OSU defense looks much better, ranking 11th by surrendering only 4.77 yards per play. A look: Team 1. Michigan State 2. Florida State 3. Louisville 4. Virginia Tech 5. Utah State 6. Iowa 7. Oregon 8. Wisconsin 9. Baylor 10. Cincinnati 11. Oklahoma State 12. BYU 13. TCU 14. Alabama 15. Stanford

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Plays 873 963 779 812 1,018 861 1,042 839 986 861 1,049 1,028 886 771 989

Yards 3,531 3,940 3,269 3,682 4,632 3,940 4,811 3,966 4,684 4,103 5,004 4,925 4,277 3,725 4,804

Yds/Play 4.04 4.09 4.2 4.53 4.55 4.58 4.62 4.73 4.75 4.77 4.77 4.79 4.83 4.83 4.86

Yds/Game 252.2 281.4 251.5 283.2 330.9 303.1 370.1 305.1 360.3 315.6 384.9 378.8 356.4 286.5 343.1

Oppt. Points* 3 35 3 23 22 10 27 27 6 13 17 20 34 240

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Team 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total 1. Baylor 69 94 86 112 361 2. Oregon 82 88 80 105 355 3. Oklahoma State 75 96 92 85 348 4. Texas A&M 56 63 100 95 314 5. Houston 60 109 73 70 312 6. Florida State 61 61 78 109 309 7. Northern Illinois 77 79 73 78 307 8. Georgia 62 62 90 81 295 9. Fresno State 64 63 78 86 291 10. Alabama 66 71 76 74 287 10. Arizona State 56 73 72 86 287

First-Team All-Big 12 Running Backs 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Oppt. Points/Drive 0.25 2.69 0.21 1.21 1.69 0.63 1.42 1.59 0.38 0.93 1.13 1.67 2.00 1.22

Three and Out Oklahoma State's defense excelled at forcing three-and-outs. A three-and-out is defined as a series in which the offense either punts after three plays or commits a turnover before getting a first down. OSU forced 75 three-and-outs in 197 defensive possessions (.380 pct.) spanning 13 games, for an average of 5.8 three-and-outs forced per game. That per-game average ranked fourth in the country.

Explosive Plays (20 yards or Longer), 2010-present

While success in the passing game has become one of Oklahoma State’s calling cards in recent years, it has been the Cowboys’ ability to run the ball effectively that makes the OSU offense as explosive as it is. Consider the following from the Mike Gundy era (2005-present):

Defense Stout Per Possession The Oklahoma State defense faced a challenge in that it was partnered with an offense that played at such a high tempo that it ended up spending more time on the field than all but seven teams in the country in 2013. As a result, statistics such as total defense, points allowed, rushing yards allowed and passing yards allowed are not true indicators of how the Cowboy defense performed in a given game. When the 2013 OSU defense is analyzed on a per-possession basis, it looks much better, averaging a Big 12-best 1.22 points allowed per possession. A game-by-game look at what Oklahoma State did on a per-possession basis: Oppt. Drives Oppt. Yds Oppt. Yds/Drive vs. Mississippi State 12 333 27.75 at UTSA 13 504 38.77 Lamar 14 245 17.50 at West Virginia 19 388 20.42 Kansas State 13 336 25.85 TCU 16 325 20.31 at Iowa State 19 346 18.21 at Texas Tech 17 549 32.29 Kansas 16 316 19.75 at Texas 14 389 27.79 Baylor 15 453 30.20 Oklahoma 12 358 29.83 vs. Missouri 17 462 27.18 Season Total 197 384.9 25.40 * Does not count defensive or special teams return touchdowns by opponent.

Cowboy Offense Notebook

Dantrell Savage (Coaches and Associated Press) Kendall Hunter (Coaches and Associated Press) Keith Toston (Coaches) Kendall Hunter (Coaches and Associated Press) Joseph Randle (Associated Press) Joseph Randle (Coaches and Associated Press)

1,000-Yard Rushers 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Dantrell Savage Kendall Hunter Keith Toston Kendall Hunter Joseph Randle Joseph Randle

1,272 yards 1,555 yards 1,218 yards 1,548 yards 1,216 yards 1,417 yards

Team Rushing Offense Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Rushing YPG 208.0 243.2 245.5 187.8 174.4 158.6 215.3 171.9

Big 12 Rank 1 1 1 1 4 9 2 5

NCAA Rank 7 8 8 22 36 51 21 63

Year Sacks Allowed/Gm. Big 12 Rank 2006 1.38 2 2007 0.85 1 2008 1.23 4 2009 0.92 1 2010 0.85 1 2011 0.77 1 2012 0.92 1 2013 1.08 1

NCAA Rank 19 3 17 6 6 7 9 9

Fewest Sacks Allowed

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2013 Notes Lighting Up The Scoreboard Oklahoma State has piled up points in a big way in recent years. The highest-scoring games of the Mike Gundy era:

60 or more points in a game Date 9/1/2012 10/8/2011 11/12/2011 11/11/2006 9/18/2010 9/15/2012 9/4/2010 9/3/2011

Opponent Savannah State Kansas at Texas Tech Baylor Tulsa Louisiana Washington State Louisiana

50-59 points in a game Date 9/17/2011 10/29/2011 11/17/2012 11/1/2008 9/14/2013 1/1/2013 10/26/13 9/13/2008 9/7/2013 9/26/2009 9/6/2008 10/4/2008 11/10/2012 11/6/2010 9/27/2008 10/8/2010 11/2/2013 11/5/2011 9/2/2006

Opponent at Tulsa Baylor No. 23 Texas Tech Iowa State Lamar vs. Purdue+ at Iowa State Missouri State at UTSA Grambling State Houston Texas A&M West Virginia No. 22 Baylor Troy at Louisiana at No. 15 Texas Tech No. 17 Kansas State Missouri State

40-49 points in a game

Date Opponent 11/23/2013 No. 3 Baylor 9/22/2007 Texas Tech 12/31/2007 vs. Indiana# 9/16/2006 Florida Atlantic 11/24/2012 at No. 14 Oklahoma 11/20/2010 at Kansas 10/22/2011 at Missouri 10/13/2007 at Nebraska 11/17/2007 at Baylor 12/3/2011 No. 13 Oklahoma 11/9/2013 Kansas 9/8/2007 Florida Atlantic 10/14/2006 at Kansas 11/29/2008 No. 3 Oklahoma 10/23/2010 No. 14 Nebraska 11/27/2010 No. 14 Oklahoma 10/20/2007 No. 25 Kansas State 9/11/2010 Troy 1/2/2012 No. 4 Stanford $ 10/28/2006 No. 20 Nebraska 9/19/2009 Rice

Result W W W W W W W W

Score 84-0 70-28 66-6 66-24 65-28 65-24 65-17 61-34

Result W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

Score 59-33 59-24 59-21 59-17 59-3 58-21 58-27 57-13 56-35 56-6 56-37 56-28 55-34 55-28 55-24 54-28 52-34 52-45 52-10

Result W W W W L-ot W W W W W W W W L L L W W W-ot W W

Score 49-17 49-45 49-33 48-8 48-51 48-14 45-24 45-14 45-14 44-10 42-6 42-6 42-32 41-61 41-51 41-47 41-39 41-38 41-38 41-29 41-24

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Putting Opponents Behind The Chains Part of Oklahoma State's defensive success stemmed from solid play on first down. The Cowboys limited opposing offenses to three yards or less on 249 of 453 first-down plays in 2013 (.550 pct.) A game-by-game breakdown: Opponent vs. Mississippi State at UTSA Lamar at West Virginia Kansas State TCU at Iowa State at Texas Tech Kansas at Texas Baylor Oklahoma vs. Missouri Season Total

Oppt. 1st Down Plays 28 40 26 37 30 30 36 48 30 38 38 30 42 453

Gains of 3 Yds or Less 16 21 15 22 16 17 21 25 12 20 19 19 26 249

Pct. .571 .525 .577 .595 .533 .567 .583 .520 .400 .526 .500 .633 .619 .550

Cowboys on Third Down Oklahoma State led the Big 12 and ranked seventh nationally by limiting opposing offenses to a .314 pct. conversion rate on third down. Part of the reason is that the Cowboys consistently put opposing offenses in third and medium and third and long situations. OSU defended 229 third down plays. Of those 229 plays, only 54 were third and short situations, meaning that 76 percent of OSU's third down plays defended were third and medium or third and long situations. In their final six games, the Cowboys limited Iowa State, Texas Tech, Kansas, Texas, Baylor, Oklahoma and Missouri to 6-for-67 on third and long situations (seven yards or more). A look at opposing offenses' conversions and attempts against the Cowboys on third-down plays: 3rd and Short (1-3 yds) vs. Mississippi State 0-4 at UTSA 3-4 Lamar 3-6 at West Virginia 2-4 Kansas State 0-0 TCU 2-4 at Iowa State 3-6 at Texas Tech 3-3 Kansas 2-4 at Texas 5-6 Baylor 5-8 Oklahoma 1-2 vs. Missouri 2-3 Season Total 31-54

3rd and Medium (4-6 yds) 0-0 0-2 1-6 2-6 3-4 2-7 1-2 1-6 3-5 4-5 1-2 0-3 1-3 19-51

3rd and Long (7+ yds) 2-12 3-8 3-11 4-12 2-8 2-6 0-12 0-6 0-11 1-8 1-8 1-10 3-12 22-124

Total 3rd Down 2-16 6-14 7-23 8-22 5-12 6-17 4-20 4-15 5-20 10-19 7-18 2-15 6-18 72-229

Run Stuffers One area where Oklahoma State's defense was particularly effective is against the run. OSU allowed only 11 rushing touchdowns in its 13 games, a mark led the Big 12 and ranked 11th in the country. The Cowboy defense allowed only 3.6 yards per rushing attempt. Limiting Explosive Plays Another defensive trait that has emerged at Oklahoma State over the past few seasons is that the Cowboys have limited explosive plays from scrimmage by opposing offenses. For the purpose of this note, we'll use 20 yard plays from scrimmage as the definition of an explosive play. In 2013, OSU allowed 44 explosive plays from scrimmage, a mark that ranked 15th in the nation. Efficiency Stats Tell A Different Story Than Traditional Stats In yet another illustration of how traditional measures such as pass defense can be misleading, Oklahoma State ranked ninth out of 10 teams in the Big 12 and is 79th nationally by allowing 242.5 passing yards per game, but led the Big 12 and was sixth nationally in pass efficiency defense, limiting opposing passers to a 104.56 efficiency rating. Why such a substantial difference in two statistical areas that should correspond more closely? Because of the fact that the Cowboy offense - and most of the other offenses in the Big 12, for that matter - play at a high tempo and require the defense to defend more plays and more possessions per game.

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2013 Notes Defensive Turnaround The 2013 Oklahoma State defense performed much better than 2012's unit in terms of scoring defense. The Cowboys of 2013 limited opponents to 21.6 points per game. In 2012, the Pokes allowed 28.2 points per game. A look at the biggest defensive turnarounds in school history: Year 1982 to 1983 1996 to 1997 2012 to 2013 2008 to 2009 1980 to 1981

Year 1 24.3 29.7 28.2 28.1 24.4

Year 2 13.5 19.4 21.6 21.7 18.0

Difference -10.8 -10.3 -6.6 -6.4 -6.4

Locker Room Talks Effective Whatever Mike Gundy and his coaching staff said to the team in the locker room worked. Coming out of the locker room (the first and third quarters of games), Oklahoma State outscored the opposition by a combined margin of 271-88. The Pokes held a 140-58 scoring advantage in the first quarter and 131-30 advantage in the third quarter. Keeping The Scoreboard Operator Busy Oklahoma State averaged 39.1 points per game - a mark that ranked second in the Big 12 and was 14th nationally. The Cowboys were just 12 total points shy of being able to make the claim that they averaged 40 or more points per game in five of the past six seasons. Balance, Balance, Balance Perhaps the signature trait of Oklahoma State teams year in and year out under Mike Gundy is offensive balance. There is no better illustration of that than the 2007 season, when the Cowboys rushed for 3,161 yards and passed for 3,161 yards. A look at the balance of the 2013 team: • OSU had 503 rushing attempts and 484 passing attempts. • 17 different Oklahoma State players scored a touchdown. • 13 different players caught a pass in the Cowboys' wins at UTSA and over Lamar. • Four different Cowboys rushed for 200 yards or more and a fifth had 189 rushing yards. • For the second straight year, OSU had two different 1,000-yard passers. • Nine different players caught a touchdown pass in 2013. Seven of those nine players had more than one receiving touchdown and nobody had more than six touchdown catches. Ball - and Quarterback - Security Oklahoma State spent a period of each practice on ball security and it paid dividends, as the Cowboys committed only 18 turnovers. OSU lost only five fumbles - a mark that ranked seventh in the nation. Speaking of security, OSU's quarterbacks enjoyed secure surroundings in 2013, only being sacked 1.08 times per game - a mark that led the Big 12 and ranked ninth nationally. This is a regular theme for the Cowboys, who have led the Big 12 and ranked among the top 10 nationally in fewest sacks allowed in each of the past five years despite ranking among the national leaders in passing yardage for most of that time frame. Plays From Special Teams Oklahoma State got significant plays from several of its different special teams units. The Cowboys blocked four kicks (a field goal attempt at West Virginia, a PAT attempt at Iowa State and punts against Texas Tech and Oklahoma). OSU's four blocked kicks ranked as the 10th-best total in the country. The Pokes ranked 11th nationally with 13.43 yards per punt return. OSU returned two punts for touchdowns and two other punts that gave the Cowboys starting field position inside the opponent's 20 yard line - and that doesn't count a blocked punt that was recovered at the 15 yard line against Texas Tech. Kickoff Coverage an Overlooked Factor in OSU's Success Oklahoma State was effective in the kickoff game, as the Cowboys led the Big 12 and ranked 18th nationally in kickoff coverage by allowing only 18.74 yards per kickoff return. Only 21 of OSU's 92 kickoffs resulted in touchbacks, but it should be noted that OSU did just fine without the touchbacks. The average starting field position for opponents following an OSU kickoff in 2013 was the 24.6 yard line. To put that into perspective, the average starting field position for opponents following an OSU kickoff last year with all-everything kickoff man Quinn Sharp handling those responsibilities was the 28 yard line.

Cowboy Defense Notebook The Oklahoma State defense has ranked among the national leaders in turnovers forced and ranks among the best in the Big 12 in several categories over the course of the last few years. A look:

Turnovers Forced, National Leaders (2009-present) Team 1. Oklahoma State 2. Oregon 3. Houston 4. Boise State 5. Rutgers 6. Arizona State 6. Ohio 6. Tulsa 9. Kent State 10. Florida State

Turnovers Forced 163 160 155 151 140 136 136 136 135 134

Traditional measures such as total defense can be misleading in the Big 12 due to the number of plays each team has to defend in the current era dominated by high-tempo spread offenses. Many Big 12 teams judge themselves on per-play stats and minimizing big plays. A look at where Oklahoma State ranks in each of those categories since the start of the 2012 season, when the Big 12 moved to its current group of 10 members:

Fewest Explosive Plays Allowed, Big 12 (2012-present) (20+ yards from scrimmage) Team 1. Kansas State 2. TCU 3. Oklahoma State 4. Texas Tech 5. Oklahoma 6. Iowa State 7. Texas 8. Baylor 9. Kansas 10. West Virginia

2012 2013 Total 40 36 76 42 45 87 46 44 90 49 57 106 58 56 114 60 64 124 64 62 126 69 69 138 76 64 140 78 65 143

Fewest Yards Per Play Allowed, Big 12 (2012-present) Team 1. TCU 2. Oklahoma State 3. Kansas State 4. Texas Tech 5. Baylor 6. Oklahoma 7. Texas 8. Iowa State 9. West Virginia 10. Kansas

Plays 1742 2083 1824 1903 2065 1751 1855 1924 1904 1744

Yards Allowed 8488 10486 9554 10218 11209 9745 10538 11305 11598 10970

Avg./Play 4.87 5.03 5.24 5.37 5.43 5.57 5.68 5.88 6.09 6.29

Speaking of Starting Field Position... Oklahoma State was a consistent winner in the field position battle. The Cowboys had an average starting field position of their own 34.6 yard line. OSU's opponents had an average starting field position of their own 28.3 yard line.

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2013 Notes Cowboy Defense Notebook The Oklahoma State defense has turned in several notable performances during the Mike Gundy era (2005-present). A look: Fewest Points Allowed Date Opponent 9/1/12 Savannah State 8/31/13 vs. Mississippi State 9/14/13 Lamar 9/8/05 at Florida Atlantic 9/29/07 Sam Houston St. 9/8/07 Florida Atlantic 10/18/08 Baylor 9/26/09 Grambling State 11/12/11 at Texas Tech 9/9/06 vs. Arkansas State 10/24/09 at Baylor

Result W W W W W W W W W W W

Score 84-0 21-3 59-3 23-3 39-3 42-6 34-6 56-6 66-6 35-7 34-7

Fewest Total Offense Yards Allowed Date Opponent 9/1/12 Savannah State 9/9/06 at Arkansas State 8/30/08 at Washington State 9/13/08 Missouri State 9/8/07 Florida Atlantic 10/18/08 Baylor 9/16/06 Florida Atlantic 9/8/05 at Florida Atlantic 11/7/09 at Iowa State 9/14/13 Lamar

Yards 139 188 196 196 203 204 215 220 242 245

Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Date Opponent 11/19/09 at Colorado 9/8/07 Florida Atlantic 11/12/05 Texas Tech 10/8/10 at Louisiana 9/8/11 Arizona 10/18/08 Baylor 10/24/09 at Baylor 11/19/05 at Baylor 9/3/05 Montana State 9/16/06 Florida Atlantic

Yards 13 28 30 34 41 42 43 46 49 49

Fewest Passing Yards Allowed Date Opponent 9/13/08 Missouri State 11/25/06 Oklahoma 9/9/06 at Arkansas State 9/1/12 Savannah State 8/30/08 at Washington State 9/8/05 at Florida Atlantic 9/26/09 Grambling State 9/17/11 at Tulsa 9/17/05 Arkansas State 9/14/13 Lamar

Yards 23 77 78 81 82 91 104 117 122 124

Fewest First Downs Allowed Date Opponent 9/1/12 Savannah State 9/2/06 Missouri State 9/8/07 Florida Atlantic 9/4/10 Washington State 9/14/13 Lamar 9/8/05 at Florida Atlantic 9/16/06 Florida Atlantic 9/13/08 Missouri State 11/7/09 at Iowa State 9/9/06 at Arkansas State 10/7/06 at Kansas State 8/30/08 at Washington State 10/18/08 Baylor 11/19/09 at Colorado

Yards 8 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 14 14 14 14 14

Wins at Iowa State, Texas Tech Set a Program First When Oklahoma State beat Iowa State, 58-27, and No. 15 Texas Tech, 52-34, in consecutive weeks, it marked the first time in the 112-year history of the program that the Cowboys scored 50 points or more in back-to-back road games. Weekly MVP Awards After grading game film, Oklahoma State's coaches name most valuable players on offense, defense and special teams following Cowboy victories. The winners: Opponent vs. Mississippi State at UTSA Lamar at West Virginia Kansas State TCU at Iowa State at Texas Tech Kansas at Texas Baylor Oklahoma Missouri

Offense J.W. Walsh and Jeremy Seaton Chris Grisbhy Blake Jackson N/A Parker Graham Josh Stewart Desmond Roland Tracy Moore Tracy Moore Clint Chelf Clint Chelf and Daniel Koenig N/A N/A

Defense Tyler Johnson and Caleb Lavey Daytawion Lowe Entire Defensive Unit N/A Shaun Lewis and Caleb Lavey Shamiel Gary Justin Gilbert Shaun Lewis Calvin Barnett Justin Gilbert Daytawion Lowe N/A N/A

Special Teams Kip Smith Deion Imade Josh Stewart N/A Ben Grogan Kris Catlin Ashton Lampkin Derek Branson Justin Gilbert Ashton Lampkin Deion Imade N/A N/A

Dual Threat Oklahoma State quarterback Clint Chelf helped the Cowboys with both his arm and his legs. The senior signal-caller passed for 2,169 yards and 17 touchdowns and rushed for 373 yards and seven touchdowns. Chelf ranked third in the Big 12 and 28th nationally with 13.23 yards per pass completion. 2013 National Leaders in Adjusted QBR Player 1. Marcus Mariota, Oregon 2. Jameis Winston, Florida State 3. Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M 4. Aaron Murray, Georgia 5. Bryce Petty, Baylor 6. Zach Mettenberger, LSU 7. Brett Hundley, UCLA 8. Clint Chelf, Oklahoma State 9. Nick Marshall, Auburn 10. Dak Prescott, Mississippi State

Adjusted QBR 89.5 88.5 86.3 86.1 85.5 85.1 84.8 83.9 83.0 83.0

Honors Rolled In For Chelf After Baylor Win Clint Chelf was recognized as the national offensive player of the week by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, Athlon Sports and CBSSports.com after he excelled in leading the Cowboys to a 49-17 win over No. 3 Baylor. He completed 19of-25 passes - including each of his first 12 attempts - for a career-high 370 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. His QBR of 97.8 was the second-highest of any quarterback in the nation that week. He was also honored as the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week and as one of eight Manning Award stars of the week as well. Chelf Earned Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week vs. Texas Tech Clint Chelf was singled out as the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week after he was responsible for four touchdowns (two passing and two rushing) in the Cowboys’ 52-34 win over No. 15 Texas Tech in Lubbock. His 67-yard touchdown run in the third quarter was the signature play of the game and was the crushing blow that put the contest out of reach in OSU’s favor. Chelf’s 67-yard run was the longest for an OSU quarterback since Brent Blackman had a 72-yard run in 1972. Chelf completed 18-of-34 passes for 211 yards and two touchdowns and carried six times for 88 yards with two scores in leading the Cowboys to the best road win for any team in the Big 12 this season. His 93.4 adjusted QBR against Texas Tech was the best for any Big 12 quarterback and was the seventh-best mark in the country that week. Chelf Made Plays To Lift Cowboys Over Longhorns Clint Chelf accounted for four touchdowns (two rushing and two passing), rushed for a career-high 95 yards and had a QBR of 97.3 (the second-best mark of any quarterback in the country that week) in Oklahoma State’s 38-13 road win at No. 23 Texas. Chelf completed 16-of-22 passes for 197 yards and two touchdowns.

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2013 Notes Background on Chelf After redshirting as a true freshman in 2009, Clint Chelf was OSU's second-team quarterback behind Brandon Weeden in 2010 and 2011. With Weeden selected in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, Chelf, Wes Lunt and J.W. Walsh had an open competition during 2012 spring drills to earn the starting quarterback spot. Lunt was named the starter, but was sidelined with an injury early in the regular season. Walsh then stepped in and also sustained an injury that opened the door for Chelf to take the reins. Chelf's performance during that time was strong enough for him to hold onto the starting job despite the fact that both Lunt and Walsh were healthy in the Cowboys' final two games of 2012. Chelf started the 2013 season opener vs. Mississippi State, but was replaced by Walsh in the first quarter when the coaches were looking to spark the offense. Walsh then held on to the starting spot for five games before Chelf was inserted during the TCU game when the coaches were again looking for a spark. Chelf started every ensuing game and the Cowboys flourished in the Big 12 standings with him at the helm. Dual Threat, Part Two Similar to Clint Chelf, J.W. Walsh is also effective as both a passer and a runner. In week one against Mississippi State, the sophomore rushed for 125 yards and engineered three touchdown drives in leading Oklahoma State to a 21-3 win over the Bulldogs on a neutral field in Houston. In week two, Walsh set a school record for completion percentage (min. 20 attempts) and accounted for five touchdowns - four passing and one rushing - as part of OSU's 56-35 win at UTSA. Walsh had more touchdown passes (four) than incomplete passes (three) against UTSA and was honored as Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week for his performance. He was the only Big 12 quarterback with a 300-yard passing game and a 100-yard rushing game on his 2013 season résumé and was OSU's leading rusher in three games in 2013. He finished the season ranked 22nd nationally in adjusted QBR and was eighth nationally among underclassmen in that category, trailing only Oregon's Marcus Mariota, Florida State's Jameis Winston, Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel, UCLA's Brett Hundley, Mississippi State's Dak Prescott, Texas Tech's Davis Webb and North Carolina's Marquise Williams. Comparing Walsh To Other Sophomore Quarterbacks J.W. Walsh ranked among the elite sophomore signal-callers in the nation in 2013. He was one of only five sophomore quarterbacks with 20 or more passing touchdowns and 10 or more rushing touchdowns through the first two years of his career, joining Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel, Oregon's Marcus Mariota, UCLA's Brett Hundley and BYU's Taysom Hill. More on Walsh's Record Showing vs. UTSA J.W. Walsh connected on 24-of-27 passes for 326 yards and four touchdowns against UTSA and etched his name in the OSU record book in the process. His 88.9 completion percentage set a new school record for single-game completion percentage, minimum 20 pass attempts. He added a rushing touchdown as well. Walsh’s 239.20 pass efficiency mark in the contest was good for the fourth-best single-game performance in school history. He started the game by completing 10 consecutive passes, then had two incompletions, then completed 10 consecutive passes again. By the time his day was done at the 9:47 mark of the third quarter, OSU held a 42-7 lead. Roland Explodes on the Scene, Earns Big 12 Player of the Week Honor Making the first start of his career, Oklahoma State running back Desmond Roland rushed for 219 yards and four touchdowns on 26 carries to lead the Cowboys to a 58-27 win over Iowa State in Ames. He was honored as the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week for his outburst. Roland’s 219 rushing yards were the second-most for a Big 12 player in a game in 2013 and his four touchdowns were the most. His 219 rushing yards were the most for an Oklahoma State back in a road game against a Big 12 opponent since Vernand Morency rushed for 269 yards at Kansas in 2003. Rollin' with Roland Desmond Roland turned in a workmanlike performance in the Cowboys' win at No. 15 Texas Tech, carrying 31 times for 96 yards and three touchdowns against the Red Raiders. His numbers dipped after Kansas, Texas and Baylor keyed on him, but he erupted for 144 rushing yards and three touchdowns (two rushing, one passing) against Oklahoma. Since taking over as the starter, Roland scored 13 touchdowns - 11 rushing and two receiving. He had 13 rushing touchdowns in 2013, a mark that led all running backs in the Big 12 and ranked 31st among all players nationally.

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Special Teams Notebook Oklahoma State has been strong on special teams throughout the Mike Gundy era (2005-present). The highlights: 2008 • Matt Fodge wins the Ray Guy Award as America’s top punter. • Dez Bryant is named Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year. • Matt Fodge is named first-team All-Big 12 punter. • Quinn Sharp leads the nation with 71 touchbacks on kickoffs. 2009 • Quinn Sharp leads the nation with 35 touchbacks on kickoffs. • Perrish Cox scores three touchdowns on kickoff returns. • Dez Bryant scores two touchdowns on punt returns despite playing in only three games. 2010 • Dan Bailey wins the Lou Groza Award as America’s top kicker. • Dan Bailey sets an NCAA record for kicker scoring with 149 points scored. • Dan Bailey is named Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year. • Dan Bailey is named first-team All-Big 12 kicker. • Quinn Sharp earns first-team All-America honors as a punter by the FWAA. • Quinn Sharp is named first-team All-Big 12 punter. • Oklahoma State scores a staggering five special teams touchdowns. • Quinn Sharp leads the nation with 53 touchbacks on kickoffs. 2011 • Quinn Sharp earns first-team All-America honors as a kicker by the FWAA, becoming only the second player to earn FWAA All-America honors as both a kicker and a punter. • Quinn Sharp is named Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year. • Quinn Sharp becomes the first player to be named first-team All-Big 12 kicker and punter in the same season. • Quinn Sharp leads the nation with 61 touchbacks on kickoffs. 2012 • Quinn Sharp earns first-team All-America honors as a kicker by the American Football Coaches Association. • Quinn Sharp breaks the NCAA record for kicker scoring with 156 points scored. The record he broke was set by former teammate Dan Bailey two years prior. • Quinn Sharp is named Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year, becoming the first player to win that award twice. • Quinn Sharp is named first-team All-Big 12 kicker and punter for the second straight year. • Quinn Sharp leads the nation with 71 touchbacks on kickoffs. 2013 • The Cowboys blocked four kicks, good for the 10th-best total in the country. • Justin Gilbert averaged 25.2 yards per kickoff return to rank 27th in the country. • The Pokes ranked 11th nationally with 13.43 yards per punt return. OSU returned two punts for touchdowns and two other punts that gave the Cowboys starting field position inside the opponent's 20 yard line - and that doesn't count a blocked punt that was recovered at the 15 yard line against Texas Tech. • The Cowboys led the Big 12 and ranked 18th nationally by allowing only 18.74 yards per kickoff return.

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2013 Notes Situational Records Home Away Neutral Natural Grass Artificial Turf Day Games Night Games vs. Ranked Opponents August September October November December January Leading at Halftime Trailing at Halftime Tied at Halftime Scoring First Opponent Scoring First Score < 20 Points Score 20+ Points Score 30+ Points Score 40+ Points Opponent Scores < 20 Points Opponent Scores 20+ Points Opponent Scores 30+ Points Opponent Scores 40+ Points Gain <20 First Downs Gain 20+ First Downs Opponent Gains < 20 First Downs Opponent Gains 20+ First Downs More Rushing Yards Than Opponent Fewer Rushing Yards Than Opponent Rush For < 100 Yards Rush For 100+ Yards Opponent Rushes For < 100 Yards Opponent Rushes For 100+ Yards More Passing Yards Than Opponent Fewer Passing Yards Than Opponent Pass For < 200 Yards Pass For 200+ Yards Opponent Passes For < 200 Yards Opponent Passes For 200+ Yards Pass For < 300 Yards Pass For 300+ Yards Opponent Passes For < 300 Yards Opponent Passes For 300+ Yards More Total Yards Than Opponent Fewer Total Yards Than Opponent Gain < 300 Total Yards Gain 300+ Total Yards Opponent Gains < 300 Total Yards Opponent Gains 300+ Total Yards Commit No Turnovers Win Turnover Battle Equal Turnovers As Opponent Lose Turnover Battle Commit < 6 Penalties Commit 6+ Penalties 3rd Down % < 25 3rd Down % 25-49 3rd Down % 50+ Opponent 3rd Down % < 25 Opponent 3rd Down % 25-49 Opponent 3rd Down % 50+ Trail Time of Possession Lead Time of Possession

2013 5-1 4-1 1-1 1-0 9-3 7-2 3-1 3-2 1-0 2-1 3-0 4-0 0-1 0-1 10-0 0-2 0-1 8-2 2-1 0-0 10-3 8-1 6-0 6-0 4-3 2-3 0-1 1-2 9-1 5-1 5-2 6-2 4-1 4-0 6-3 1-1 9-2 5-3 5-0 3-0 7-3 5-1 5-2 7-1 3-2 7-2 3-1 7-3 3-0 0-0 10-3 1-0 9-3 4-0 8-0 2-1 0-2 4-0 6-3 0-1 6-2 4-0 2-1 7-2 1-0 9-3 1-0

Gundy Era 45-14 25-21 7-3 9-14 68-24 40-21 37-17 15-19 2-0 27-7 23-11 19-15 4-3 2-2 61-6 14-30 2-2 55-17 22-21 1-9 76-29 66-16 44-4 42-0 35-38 16-32 2-20 12-17 64-21 39-12 38-26 60-18 17-20 9-8 68-30 26-4 51-34 47-13 30-25 18-15 59-23 26-8 51-30 44-24 32-14 58-22 19-16 60-11 17-27 2-8 75-30 19-1 58-37 19-0 46-5 20-9 11-24 33-18 44-20 4-11 36-19 37-8 19-3 49-25 9-10 45-31 32-7

Smith Knows His Way To The End Zone Running back Jeremy Smith's nine rushing touchdowns in 2013 ranked him seventh in the Big 12. He rushed for 102 yards and three touchdowns in the Cowboys' season opening win against Mississippi State, then tacked on three more rushing touchdowns against Lamar and another against Kansas State. Smith finished his career ranked sixth on Oklahoma State’s career rushing touchdowns list with 34. OSU Career Leaders, Rushing Touchdowns 1. 53 Barry Sanders 1986-88 2. 49 Terry Miller 1974-77 3. 47 Thurman Thomas 1984-87 4. 40 Joseph Randle 2010-12 5. 37 Kendall Hunter 2007-10 6. 34 Jeremy Smith 2009-pres. 34 Tatum Bell 2000-03 8. 28 Bob Fenimore 1943-46 9. 27 David Thompson 1993-96 27 Keith Toston 2006-09 Receivers' Calling Card Was Balance Josh Stewart and Tracy Moore were the leaders of the Oklahoma State receiving corps in 2013, but make no mistake; balance was OSU's best weapon in the passing game. Case in point - 13 different Cowboys caught passes in games against both UTSA and Lamar. Redshirt freshman Jhajuan Seales (39 catches for 571 yards and three touchdowns) emerged as a viable weapon on the outside and Charlie Moore added 35 receptions for 468 yards and took five of those in for touchdowns. Small Stewart Has Big Impact Standing 5-10 and weighing 185 pounds, Oklahoma State receiver Josh Stewart wasn't the biggest receiver in the nation, but what he lacked in size, he made up for with quickness, elusiveness, route-running and good hands. For the second straight year, the junior from Denton, Texas led OSU in receptions. He was second on the team in receiving yards. Stewart passed former OSU All-American and current Dallas Cowboys star Dez Bryant on OSU's career receptions list in the Cowboys' win over TCU and he became only the seventh 2,000-yard receiver in school history as part of the Cowboys' win at No. 15 Texas Tech. He trails only Rashaun Woods, Justin Blackmon and Hart Lee Dykes on OSU's career receptions list. OSU Career Receptions Leaders 1. 293 Rashaun Woods (293-4414) 2. 253 Justin Blackmon (253-3564) 3. 224 Hart Lee Dykes (224-3510) 4. 180 Josh Stewart (180-2204) 5. 163 D'Juan Woods (163-2751) 6. 161 Josh Cooper (161-1695) 7. 147 Dez Bryant (147-2425) 8. 144 Tracy Moore (144-2064) 9. 127 Adarius Bowman (127-2187) 10. 115 Neill Armstrong (115-1434) OSU Career Receiving Yards Leaders 1. 4414 Rashaun Woods (293-4414) -----------5. 2425 Dez Bryant (147-2425) 6. 2204 Josh Stewart (180-2204) 7. 2187 Adarius Bowman (127-2187) 8. 2064 Tracy Moore (144-2064) 9. 1973 Herman Eben (114-1973) 10. 1695 Josh Cooper (161-1695)

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Stewart as a Punt Returner Josh Stewart led the Big 12 and ranked fourth nationally with 16.7 yards per punt return in 2013. He had returns of 95 yards, 67 yards, 46 yards, 41 yards, 36 yards and 29 yards. Stewart Sets School, Big 12 Record to Earn Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week Josh Stewart recorded the longest punt return in Oklahoma State and Big 12 history with a 95-yarder in the Cowboys’ 24-10 win over TCU. That was the longest punt return for any player in the country in 2013. He added a 29-yard punt return later in the contest, but his 95-yarder was the one that gave the Cowboys the jolt they needed early in the game. That score was Stewart’s second punt-return touchdown of the season (he had a 67-yarder against Lamar), tying him with Barry Sanders (1987), Darrent Williams (2003) and Dez Bryant (2008) atop the school list for most punt return touchdowns in a season.

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2013 Notes Multiple Punt Return Touchdowns In 2013 Player 1. Ryan Switzer, North Carolina 2. Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State 2. Nelson Agholor, Southern California 2. Tim Vizzi, San Diego State 2. Rashard Smith, North Carolina State 2. Kevonte Martin-Manley, Iowa 2. Jalen Saunders, Oklahoma 2. Bralon Addison, Oregon 2. Isaiah Burse, Fresno State 2. Christion Jones, Alabama 2. Levi Norwood, Baylor 2. Jamison Crowder, Duke 2. Bruce Natson, Utah State

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Special On Special Teams Josh Stewart was one of four members of the 2013 Cowboys with either a kickoff return touchdown or a punt return touchdown in his career, joining Justin Gilbert (six career kickoff return touchdowns), Desmond Roland (one career kickoff return touchdown) and Zack Craig (one career punt return touchdown). No team in America had more active players with a special teams touchdown in their career than OSU in 2013. Stewart Earned Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week Oklahoma State receiver Josh Stewart earned Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week honors after his performance against Lamar. Stewart scored on a 67-yard punt return and took a second punt back 41 yards to set up an OSU touchdown in lifting the Cowboys to a 59-3 win over the Cardinals. Stewart finished with 114 punt return yards. His 67-yarder marked OSU's first punt return for a touchdown since Josh Cooper had a 66-yarder against Troy on Sept. 11, 2010. Moore of a Good Thing Senior Tracy Moore joined the OSU career top 10 in both receptions and receiving yards this season. He finished ranked eighth in school history with 144 receptions and eighth in school history with 2,064 receiving yards. Moore had at least one touchdown reception in five of OSU's last seven games and led the squad with six touchdown grabs on the year. The Defensive Line As a Group The play of the defensive line was among the biggest contributing factors in Oklahoma State's defensive resurgence in 2013. Time and time again, the Cowboys won the battle in the trenches, thanks largely to Calvin Barnett, James Castleman, Tyler Johnson and Jimmy Bean. With the defensive line setting the tone, the Cowboy defense averaged 7.3 tackles for loss per game in 2013 (a mark that ranked 16th nationally) and had 25 sacks - 19.5 of which belong to defensive linemen. Additionally, defensive tackle James Castleman blocked a field goal attempt at West Virginia and a point-after attempt at Iowa State. Barnett a Presence in the Middle Senior defensive tackle Calvin Barnett commanded attention and was frequently double-teamed by opposing offensive linemen, but still managed 9.0 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks and five quarterback hurries in 2013. Though his stats may not reveal it, his ability to open up lanes for the other members of the Cowboy front seven was a substantial factor in OSU's defensive resurgence. Man On Fire Senior defensive end Tyler Johnson was as active as anyone on the OSU defense, recording 52 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss, four sacks, five quarterback hurries and three forced fumbles. His 54-yard fumble return for a touchdown in the second half of OSU's 58-27 win over Iowa State in Ames was one of the team's signature moments of the season. Lavey One of the Big 12's Best Linebacker Caleb Lavey was a force in the middle of the Oklahoma State defense. The senior from Celina, Texas led the team with 93 tackles and 13.0 tackles for loss. He finished seventh in the Big 12 and 33rd nationally with 5.4 solo tackles per game. Lavey's four interceptions led all Big 12 linebackers and was third among linebackers nationally. His 13.0 tackles for loss tied for the lead among all Big 12 linebackers.

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Oklahoma State and Nike The Oklahoma State football program is outfitted by Nike and is on the cutting edge of uniform combinations. Since the start of the 2011 season, the Cowboys have worn white helmets, black helmets, gray helmets, orange helmets and carbon fiber helmets and have worn orange jerseys, black jerseys, gray jerseys and white jerseys to go with orange pants, black pants, gray pants and white pants.

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2012 Uniform Tracker Opponent Savannah State Arizona Louisiana Texas Kansas Iowa State TCU Kansas State West Virginia Texas Tech Oklahoma Baylor Purdue

2013 Uniform Tracker Opponent Mississippi State UTSA Lamar West Virginia Kansas State TCU Iowa State Texas Tech Kansas Texas Baylor Oklahoma Missouri

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2013 Notes 2013 Opponent Quick Hits Mississippi State (7-6; 3-5 SEC) Last game: Beat Rice, 44-7

UTSA (7-5; 6-2 Conference USA) Last game: Beat Louisiana Tech, 30-10

Lamar (5-7; 2-5 Southland Conference) Last game: Lost to McNeese State, 42-38

West Virginia (4-8; 2-7 Big 12) Last game: Lost to Iowa State, 52-44 (OT)

Kansas State (8-5; 5-4 Big 12) Last game: Beat Michigan, 31-14

TCU (4-8; 2-7 Big 12) Last game: Lost to Baylor, 41-38

Iowa State (3-9; 2-7 Big 12) Last game: Beat West Virginia, 52-44 (OT)

Texas Tech (8-5; 4-5 Big 12) Last game: Beat Arizona State 37-23

Kansas (3-9; 1-8 Big 12) Last game: Lost to Kansas State, 31-10

Texas (8-5; 7-2 Big 12) Last game: Lost to Oregon, 30-7

Baylor (11-2; 8-1 Big 12) Last game: Lost to UCF, 52-42

Oklahoma (11-2; 7-2 Big 12) Last game: Beat Alabama, 45-31

Linebackers With The Most Interceptions in 2013 Player Int 1. Shawn Jackson, Tulsa 5 1. Cam Thomas, Western Kentucky 5 3. Caleb Lavey, Oklahoma State 4 3. Chi Chi Ariguzo, Northwestern 4 3. Skai Moore, South Carolina 4 3. James Morris, Iowa 4 Lavey Earned Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week vs. Mississippi State Oklahoma State senior linebacker Caleb Lavey earned Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week after the Cowboys' season-opening win over Mississippi State. Lavey recorded a team-best 11 tackles in that contest and added two tackles for loss and a half-sack. It was the first such honor of Lavey's career. The Playmaker Shaun Lewis was an important player on Oklahoma State's defense throughout his career. The senior from Missouri City, Texas, started each of his last 45 games and his 250 career tackles trailed only Daytawion Lowe's 269 among Cowboys active in 2013. Lewis's 195 career solo tackles ranked him 15th nationally among all players active in 2013. Lewis was praised time and time again by his position coach and OSU defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer for his intelligence, leadership and savvy. Lewis racked up 73 tackles, eight tackles for loss, three interceptions, two fumbles forced, two fumbles recovered, five pass breakups and a quarterback hurry in 2013. Lewis Earned Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week vs. Kansas State For the second time in his career, Shaun Lewis earned Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week following his performance in Oklahoma State's win over Kansas State. In addition to snuffing out K-State's comeback hopes with an interception late in the fourth quarter, Lewis forced a fumble that was scooped up by the Cowboys, recovered a different fumble, led the team with eight tackles and bagged a tackle for loss in OSU's dramatic 33-29 win. Gilbert Keyed Win At Texas, Earned Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week Justin Gilbert intercepted two passes and returned one 43 yards for a touchdown to lead OSUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 38-13 win over No. 23 Texas in Austin. He also had nine tackles and a pass breakup in the win and was recognized as Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week for his performance. Gilbert Was Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week vs. Kansas Justin Gilbert earned Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week honors after he returned the opening kickoff of the game 100 yards for a touchdown in the Cowboys' 42-6 win over Kansas. Gilbert's score - the sixth kickoff return touchdown of his career - gave him sole possession of the conference's career record, made him the active leader among all NCAA players and left him just one kickoff return touchdown shy of tying the NCAA record of seven, held jointly by Clemson's C.J. Spiller (2006-09) and Houston's Tyron Carrier (2008-11). Not Your Everyday Transfer The Cowboy secondary received a boost in the preseason with the addition of Tyler Patmon, a three-year starter at Kansas who graduated early and enrolled at OSU for graduate school, but nobody knew how much of a boost he would end up bringing. Patmon finished with a team-best nine pass breakups on the year and he recorded his first interception in an OSU uniform at West Virginia. Patmon picked up a fumble against Baylor and returned it 78 yards for a touchdown in OSU's 49-17 rout of the No. 3 Bears. He started against Kansas State, Texas Tech, Kansas, Texas and Baylor. Safety First Free safety Daytawion Lowe joined Calvin Barnett, Caleb Lavey, Shaun Lewis and Justin Gilbert in being part of the leadership of the Cowboy defense. Lowe was a consistent performer throughout his time in Stillwater and finished his career with 262 tackles. Lowe's 211 career solo tackles ranked him seventh nationally among all players active in 2013. His interception against Kansas State was the final dagger applied in the Cowboys' dramatic win over the Wildcats in 2013. Battle Tested Strong safety Shamiel Gary had to win a position battle that lasted through spring, summer and fall camp to keep the starting job that he held in 2012. His performance during the 2013 season validated the coaching staff's decision to keep him in the starting role, as he tied for the team lead with nine pass break-ups, highlighted by a three-PBU performance against TCU. Gary finished 13th in the Big 12 with 0.82 passes defended per game in 2013.

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2013 Notes Grogan Earned Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week Freshman kicker Ben Grogan earned Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week following his performance against Kansas State. Grogan kicked four field goals in the victory - a feat made even more impressive by the fact that the game featured eight lead changes and every kick he attempted had significant implications on the outcome of the contest. Grogan's four field goals made and 15 points scored by kicking were both OSU freshman records. First-Timers A total of 13 players made the first starts of their respective careers for Oklahoma State in 2013 - defensive ends Jimmy Bean and Tyler Johnson, linebacker Ryan Simmons, cornerback Tyler Patmon, safety Lyndell Johnson, running back Desmond Roland, offensive linemen Travis Cross, Chris Grisbhy, Brandon Garrett and Paul Lewis, tight end Zac Veatch and receivers Jhajuan Seales and David Glidden. All told, 23 players saw the first game action of their OSU careers in 2013, highlighted by five true freshmen - receiver Marcell Ateman, kicker Ben Grogan, safeties Deric Robertson and Jordan Sterns and running back Rennie Childs. State of the Program The Oklahoma State football program has risen to a new level of national prominence in recent years. A look: Most Wins, 2008-present 1. Alabama 2. Boise State 3. Oregon 4. Ohio State 4. Oklahoma 6. LSU 6. Florida State 8. Oklahoma State 8. Stanford 10. TCU

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New Staff Meetings For the first time in several years, OSU had a significant turnover in its coaching staff from 2012 to 2013. Four new coaches joined the staff, including a pair of new coordinators. The newcomers were offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Mike Yurcich, receivers coach Jason Ray, defensive line coach Joe Bob Clements and safeties coach Tim Duffie. Glenn Spencer was elevated from co-defensive coordinator to defensive coordinator. He continued to coach linebackers as well. • Yurcich came to OSU from Shippensburg in Pennsylvania, where he served as offensive coordinator for the most potent attack in Division II. • Ray is a native Oklahoman who played at Missouri and was most recently on the staff at Wyoming. • Clements is a former player and staff member at Kansas State. • A native of Jefferson, Texas, Duffie came to OSU after coaching stops at UTEP, Colorado State and Wake Forest. Coordinating Efforts OSU broke in two new coordinators in the same season for the first time since 2005 (Mike Gundy’s first season as the Cowboy head coach). Mike Yurcich became the fifth offensive coordinator under Gundy. Previously that position was held by Larry Fedora (2005-2007), Dana Holgorsen (2010) and Todd Monken (2011-12). In 2008 and 2009 Gunter Brewer and Joe Wickline held the title of co-offensive coordinators with Gundy the play-caller. Spencer is the successor of Vance Bedford (2005-2006), Tim Beckman (2007-2008) and Bill Young (2009-2012).

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50+ Points 60+ Points 70+ Points Shut a team out at home Shut out a conference opponent at home Shut a team out on the road Shut out a conference opponent on the road Overtime game 30+ first downs 50+ rushing attempts 60+ rushing attempts 70+ rushing attempts 200+ Yards Rushing 300+ Yards Rushing 400+ Yards Rushing 500+ Yards Rushing Less than 100 Yards Rushing Less than 50 Yards Rushing Less than 25 Yards Rushing 50+ pass attempts 60+ pass attempts 40+ pass completions 300+ Yards Passing 400+ Yards Passing 500+ Yards Passing Less than 100 Yards Passing 500+ Yards Total Offense 600+ Yards Total Offense 700+ Yards Total Offense Less than 200 Yards Total Offense Less than 150 Yards Total Offense 90+ offensive plays Beat a Top 25 team at home Beat a Top 20 team at home Beat a Top 15 team at home Beat a Top 10 team at home Beat a Top 5 team at home Beat a Top 25 team on the road Beat a Top 20 team on the road Beat a Top 15 team on the road Beat a Top 10 team on the road Beat a Top 5 team on the road Beat a Top 25 team at a neutral site Beat a Top 20 team at a neutral site Beat a Top 15 team at a neutral site Beat a Top 10 team at a neutral site Beat a Top 5 team at a neutral site Forced 5 Turnovers Intercepted 4 Passes Had 0 Turnovers

52 at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 65 vs. Louisiana, Sept. 15, 2012 84 vs. Savannah State, Sept. 1, 2012 vs. Savannah State, Sept. 1, 2012 (84-0) vs. Kansas State, Nov. 25, 1961 (45-0) at Oklahoma, Nov. 11, 1995 (12-0) at Oklahoma, Nov. 11, 1995 (12-0) at Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 2012 (L, 51-48) 30 at UTSA, Sept. 7, 2013 55 at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 61 vs. Texas Tech, Sept. 22, 2007 71 vs. Mississippi State, Sept. 19, 1998 200 vs. Oklahoma, Dec. 7, 2013 342 at Iowa State, Oct. 26, 2013 450 vs. Missouri State, Sept. 13, 2008 536 vs. Kansas, Nov. 12, 1988 85 vs. Kansas, Nov. 9, 2013 13 vs. Stanford, Jan. 2, 2012 13 vs. Stanford, Jan. 2, 2012 57 vs. Missouri (AT&T Cotton Bowl), Jan. 3, 2014 60 at Arizona, Sept. 8, 2012 42 at Iowa State, Nov. 18, 2011 381 vs. Missouri (AT&T Cotton Bowl), Jan. 3, 2014 440 vs. Baylor, Nov. 23, 2013 518 at UTSA, Sept. 7, 2013 78 at Iowa State, Oct. 26, 2013 548 vs. Missouri (AT&T Cotton Bowl), Jan. 3, 2014 605 at UTSA, Sept. 7, 2013 742 vs. Louisiana, Sept. 15, 2012 109 at Oklahoma, Nov. 28, 2009 109 at Oklahoma, Nov. 28, 2009 96 vs. Missouri (AT&T Cotton Bowl), Jan. 3, 2014 vs. No. 3 Baylor, Nov. 23, 2013 (49-17) vs. No. 3 Baylor, Nov. 23, 2013 (49-17) vs. No. 3 Baylor, Nov. 23, 2013 (49-17) vs. No. 3 Baylor, Nov. 23, 2013 (49-17) vs. No. 3 Baylor, Nov. 23, 2013 (49-17) at No. 23 Texas, Nov. 16, 2013 (38-13) at No. 15 Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 (52-34) at No. 15 Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 (52-34) at No. 8 Texas A&M, Sept. 24, 2011 (30-29) at No. 3 Missouri, Oct. 11, 2008 (28-23) vs. No. 4 Stanford (2012 Fiesta Bowl), 41-38 vs. No. 4 Stanford (2012 Fiesta Bowl), 41-38 vs. No. 4 Stanford (2012 Fiesta Bowl), 41-38 vs. No. 4 Stanford (2012 Fiesta Bowl), 41-38 vs. No. 4 Stanford (2012 Fiesta Bowl), 41-38 5 vs. Kansas State, Oct. 5, 2013 4 at Tulsa, Sept. 18, 2011 vs. Baylor, Nov. 23, 2013

Oklahoma State Individual Rushing

100+ Yards Rushing 144, Desmond Roland vs. Oklahoma, Dec. 7, 2013 100+ Yards Rushing at Halftime 110, Desmond Roland vs. Oklahoma, Dec. 7, 2013 200+ Yards Rushing 219, Desmond Roland at Iowa State, Oct. 26, 2013 200+ Yards Rushing in a Half 208, Kendall Hunter 1st half vs. Washington St., Sept. 4, 2010 QB Rushed for 100 Yards 125, J.W. Walsh vs. Mississippi State, Aug. 31, 2013 Two Players with 100+ Yards Rushing 125, J.W Walsh -and 102, Jeremy Smith vs. Mississippi State, Aug. 31, 2013 Three Players with 100+ Yards Rushing 148, Keith Toston vs. Missouri St., Sept. 13, 2008 138, Beau Johnson vs. Missouri St., Sept. 13, 2008 132, Kendall Hunter vs. Missouri St., Sept. 13, 2008 Had a run of 50+ Yards 51, Desmond Roland vs. Oklahoma, Dec. 7, 2013 Had a run of 75+ Yards 81, Herschel Sims vs. Baylor, Oct. 29, 2011 (TD) Had a run of 80+ Yards 81, Herschel Sims vs. Baylor, Oct. 29, 2011 (TD) Had a run of 90+ Yards 95, Tatum Bell vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 18, 2003 (TD) Had 30+ Rushing Attempts 31, Desmond Roland at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 Had 35+ Rushing Attempts 41, David Thompson vs. Baylor, Nov. 23, 1996 Had 40+ Rushing Attempts 41, David Thompson vs. Baylor, Nov. 23, 1996 4+ Rushing Touchdowns 4, Desmond Roland at Iowa State, Oct. 26, 2013 5+ Rushing Touchdowns 5, Barry Sanders vs. Kansas, Nov. 12, 1988

Oklahoma State Individual Passing

300+ Yards Passing 381, Clint Chelf vs. Missouri (AT&T Cotton Bowl), Jan. 3, 2014 300+ Yards Passing in a half 317, Wes Lunt 2nd half at Arizona, Sept. 8, 2012 400+ Yards Passing 415, J.W. Walsh vs. Iowa State, Oct. 20, 2012 Had 30+ Completions 33, Clint Chelf vs. Missouri (AT&T Cotton Bowl), Jan. 3, 2014 Had 40+ Completions 42, Brandon Weeden at Iowa State, Nov. 18, 2011 Had 40+ Attempts 57, Clint Chelf vs. Missouri (AT&T Cotton Bowl), Jan. 3, 2014 Had 50+ Attempts 57, Clint Chelf vs. Missouri (AT&T Cotton Bowl), Jan. 3, 2014 Had 60+ Attempts 60, Wes Lunt at Arizona, Sept. 8, 2012 50+ Yard Pass 56, Clint Chelf to Tracy Moore vs. Baylor, Nov. 23, 2013 (TD) 80+ Yard Pass 80, Brandon Weeden vs. Justin Blackmon vs. Nebraska, Oct. 23, 2010 (TD) 90+ Yard Pass 95, Zac Robinson to Jeremy Broadway vs. Iowa State, Nov. 1, 2008 Had 4+ TD Passes 4, J.W. Walsh at UTSA, Sept. 7, 2013 Had 4+ TD Passes in a Half 5, Brandon Weeden 1st half vs. Kansas, Oct. 8, 2011 Had 5+ TD Passes 5, Brandon Weeden at Texas Tech, Nov. 12, 2011 Had 5+ TD Passes in a Half 5, Brandon Weeden 1st half vs. Kansas, Oct. 8, 2011 Had 6+ TD Passes 6, Brandon Weeden vs. Tulsa, Sept. 18, 2010 Had 7+ TD Passes 7, Josh Fields at SMU, Sept. 20, 2003

Oklahoma State Individual Receiving

Caught 10+ Passes 10, Josh Stewart vs. TCU, Oct. 19, 2013 Two Players Caught 10+ Passes 13, Josh Cooper -and 10, Justin Blackmon at Iowa State, Nov. 18, 2011 Three Players Caught 10+ Passes 11, Josh Cooper; 11, Justin Blackmon -and 10 Hubert Anyiam at Texas A&M, Sept. 24, 2011 100+ Yards Receiving 100, Tracy Moore vs. Missouri (AT&T Cotton Bowl), Jan. 3, 2014 100+ Yards Receiving at halftime 106, Josh Stewart vs. TCU, Oct. 19, 2013 200+ Yards Receiving 205, Justin Blackmon vs. Kansas State, Nov. 5, 2011 300+ Yards Receiving 300, Adarius Bowman at Kansas, Oct. 14, 2006 Two Players with 100+ Yards Receiving 112, Blake Jackson -and 104, Josh Stewart vs. Louisiana, Sept. 15, 2012 Had 3+ TD Catches 3, Isaiah Anderson vs. Texas Tech, Nov. 17, 2012 Had 4+ TD Catches 4, Tracy Moore at Arizona, Sept. 8, 2012 Had 5+ TD Catches 7, Rashaun Woods at SMU, Sept. 20, 2003 100+ Yards Receiving by a Running Back 113, Gerald Hudson at Kansas, Nov. 4, 1989 100 yards rushing and receiving, same game Gerald Hudson at Kansas, Nov. 4, 1989 108 rushing yards and 113 receiving yards

Oklahoma State Individual Defense

Had 15+ Tackles 15, Alex Elkins at Arizona, Sept. 8, 2012 Had 20+ Tackles 20, Dwayne Levels at Baylor, Nov. 17, 2001 Had 2+ Interceptions 2, Justin Gilbert at Texas, Nov. 16, 2013 Had 3+ Interceptions 3, Jacob Lacey vs. Texas, Nov. 3, 2007 INT Return for a Touchdown 43, Justin Gilbert at Texas, Nov. 16, 2013 Fumble Return for a Touchdown 78, Tyler Patmon vs. Baylor, Nov. 23, 2013 Multiple Defensive TDs Justin Gilbert (31 yd int return) and Tyler Johnson (54 yd fumble return) at Iowa State, Oct. 26, 2013 Had 4+ Tackles for Loss 4, Jamie Blatnick at Texas, Oct. 15, 2011 Had 5+ Tackles for Loss 5, Nathan Peterson, Nov. 17, 2007 Had 3+ Sacks 3, Nathan Peterson at Baylor, Nov. 17, 2007 Blocked a Punt Zack Craig vs. Oklahoma, Dec. 7, 2013 Blocked a FG James Castleman at West Virginia, Sept. 28, 2013 Blocked a PAT James Castleman at Iowa State, Oct. 26, 2013 Recorded a Safety Team at Washington State, Aug. 30, 2008

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KR for a Touchdown 100, Justin Gilbert vs. Kansas, Nov. 9, 2013 Game-Opening KR for a Touchdown 100, Justin Gilbert vs. Kansas, Nov. 9, 2013 PR for a Touchdown 95, Josh Stewart vs. TCU, Oct. 19, 2013 Punt Blocked for a Touchdown Zack Craig blocked & returned vs. Texas Tech, Nov. 17, 2012 Returned a blocked FG for a Touchdown Massey blocked, M. Jones returned vs. Kansas, Nov. 13, 1999 Returned a PAT for a score D. Williams vs. Kansas State, Oct. 12, 2002 Scored 4+ TDs in a game 4, Desmond Roland at Iowa State, Oct. 26, 2013 Scored 5+ TDs in a game 7, Rashaun Woods at SMU, Sept. 20, 2003 Passed For 200 Yards & Rushed For 100 Yards Zac Robinson, 202 passing/144 rushing at Baylor, Nov. 17, 2007 300-yd passer, 200-yd rusher, 200-yd receiver Zac Robinson, 320 yards passing, Kendall Hunter, 210 yards rushing, Dez Bryant, 236 yards receiving vs. Houston, Sept. 6, 2008 300-yd passer, 100-yd rusher, 100-yd receiver Clint Chelf, 333 passing Joseph Randle, 139 rushing and Josh Stewart, 147 receiving at Baylor, Dec. 1, 2012 100-yd rusher & 100-yd receiver, same game Joseph Randle, 139 yards rushing and Josh Stewart, 147 receiving at Baylor, Dec. 1, 2012 200-yd rusher & 200-yd receiver, same game Kendall Hunter, 210 yards rushing, Dez Bryant, 236 yards receiving vs. Houston, Sept. 6, 2008 Punted the Ball 70+ Yards 74, Quinn Sharp vs. West Virginia, Nov. 10, 2012 Punted the Ball 80+ Yards 80, Cole Farden at Baylor, Nov. 22, 2003 Kicked a 50-Yard FG 51, Quinn Sharp vs. Texas Tech, Nov. 17, 2012 Kicked Two 50+ Yard FGs, same game Dan Bailey (52 and 52) at Louisiana, Oct. 8, 2010 Made 4+ FG 4, Ben Grogan vs. Kansas State, Oct. 5, 2013 Blocked multiple kicks in a game Zack Craig (two blocked punts) vs. Texas Tech, Nov. 17, 2012

Opponent Team

50+ Points Shut out OSU in Stillwater Shut out OSU in Stillwater (Conf.) Shut out OSU at opponent home Shut out OSU at opponent home (Conf.) Shut out OSU in the first half Shut out OSU in the second half 30+ first downs 40+ first downs 50+ rushing attempts 60+ rushing attempts Less than 25 Yards Rushing Less than 50 yards Rushing Less than 100 Yards Rushing 200+ Yards Rushing 300+ Yards Rushing 400+ Yards Rushing 500+ Yards Rushing 50+ pass attempts 60+ pass attempts 70+ pass attempts Less than 100 Yards Passing Less than 200 Yards Passing 300+ Yards Passing 400+ Yards Passing 500+ Yards Passing 600+ Yards Passing Less than 200 Yards Total Offense Less than 150 Yards Total Offense 500+ Yards Total Offense 600+ Yards Total Offense 700+ Yards Total Offense 90+ offensive plays 100+ offensive plays Forced 5 OSU Turnovers Intercepted 4 OSU Passes Had 0 Turnovers

Opponent Individual Rushing 100+ Yards Rushing 200+ Yards Rushing 250+ Yards Rushing QB rushed for 100 Yards Two Players with 100+ Yards Rushing 50+ Yard Run

51 at Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 2012 vs. Colorado, Oct. 1, 2005 (34-0) vs. Colorado, Oct. 1, 2005 (34-0) at Oklahoma, Nov. 28, 2009 (27-0) at Oklahoma, Nov. 28, 2009 (27-0) vs. Ole Miss, Jan. 2, 2010 at Oklahoma, Nov. 28, 2009 35 at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 44 at Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 2012 55 at Baylor, Dec. 1, 2012 65 at Nebraska, Aug. 30, 2003 13 vs. Colorado, Nov. 19, 2009 41 vs. Arizona, Sept. 8, 2011 94 vs. Baylor, Nov. 23, 2013 256 vs. Missouri (AT&T Cotton Bowl), Jan. 3, 2014 319 at Baylor, Dec. 1, 2012 513, Nebraska, Aug. 31, 1995 513, Nebraska, Aug. 31, 1995 71 at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 71 at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 71 at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 81 vs. Savannah State, Sept. 1, 2012 193 vs. Oklahoma, Dec. 7, 2013 359 vs. Baylor, Nov. 23, 2013 425 at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 512 at Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 2012 646 vs. Texas Tech, Sept. 22, 2007 139, vs. Savannah State, Sept. 1, 2012 139, Savannah State, Sept. 1, 2012 549 at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 615 at Baylor, Dec. 1, 2012 718, vs. Texas Tech, Sept. 22, 2007 91 vs. Missouri (AT&T Cotton Bowl), Jan. 3, 2014 103 at Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 2012 5 at Kansas State, Nov. 3, 2012 4 at Kansas State, Nov. 3, 2012 at Kansas State, Nov. 3, 2012

118, Daniel Sams vs. Kansas State, Oct. 5, 2013 202, Allen Patrick vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 2007 267, Vince Young vs. Texas, Oct. 29, 2005 118, Daniel Sams vs. Kansas State, Oct. 5, 2013 173, Ja’Terian Douglas -and159 Trey Watts at Tulsa, Sept. 18, 2011 50, Tony Pierson, vs. Kansas, Nov. 9, 2013

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80+ Yard Run 90+ Yard Run Had 30+ Rushing Attempts Had 35+ Rushing Attempts 4+ Rushing Touchdowns 5+ Rushing Touchdowns

80, Ja’Terian Douglas, at Tulsa, Sept. 18, 2011 90, Calvin Jones at Nebraska, Oct. 10, 1992 35, Stepfan Taylor vs. Stanford, Jan. 2, 2012 35, Stepfan Taylor vs. Stanford, Jan. 2, 2012 5, Cedric Benson vs. Texas, Nov. 6, 2004 5, Cedric Benson vs. Texas, Nov. 6, 2004

Opponent Individual Passing 300+ Yards Passing 400+ Yards Passing 500+ Yards Passing 600+ Yards Passing Had 30+ Completions Had 40+ Completions Had 40+ Attempts Had 50+ Attempts Had 60+ Attempts Had 65+ Attempts Had 70+ Attempts 50+ Yard Pass 80+ Yard Pass 90+ Yard Pass Had 4+ TD Passes Had 5+ TD Passes Had 6+ TD Passes

359, Bryce Petty vs. Baylor, Nov. 23, 2013 425, Davis Webb at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 500, Landry Jones at Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 2012 646, Graham Harrell vs. Texas Tech, Sept. 22, 2007 45, Davis Webb at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 45, Davis Webb at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 40, James Franklin vs. Missouri (AT&T Cotton Bowl), Jan. 3, 2014 71, Davis Webb at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 71, Davis Webb at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 71, Davis Webb at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 71, Davis Webb at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 57, Blake Bell to Sterling Shepard vs. Oklahoma, Dec. 7, 2013 86, Landry Jones to Cameron Kenney vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 27, 2010 (TD) 96, Major Applewhite to Roy Williams, Sept. 30, 2000 (TD) 4, Landry Jones vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 27, 2010 5, Taylor Martinez vs. Nebraska, Oct. 23, 2010 6, Graham Harrell vs. Texas Tech, Nov. 8, 2008

Opponent Individual Receiving

Caught 10+ Passes 10, Antwan Goodley vs. Baylor, Nov. 23, 2013 Caught 15+ Passes 15, Jace Amaro at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 100+ Yards Receiving 112, Sterling Shepard vs. Oklahoma, Dec. 7, 2013 Two With 100+ Yards Receiving 162, Jalen Saunders, 146 Justin Brown and 103 Kenny Stills at Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 2012 Three With100+ Yards Receiving 162, Jalen Saunders, 146 Justin Brown and 103 Kenny Stills at Oklahoma, Nov. 24, 2012 200+ Yards Receiving 225, Stedman Bailey vs. West Virginia, Nov. 10, 2012 Two Players with 200+ Yards Receiving 237, Michael Crabtree -and 233, Danny Amendola, Texas Tech, Sept. 22, 2007 Had 3+ TD Catches 3, Jaxon Shipley, vs. Texas, Sept. 29, 2012 Had 4+ TD Catches 4, Marcus Harris at Wyoming, Sept. 23, 1995 100+ Yards Receiving by a Running Back 101, Taurean Henderson, Texas Tech, Nov. 9, 2002

Opponent Individual Defense

Had 15+ Tackles 15, Andrew Wilson vs. Missouri (AT&T Cotton Bowl), Jan. 3, 2014 Had 2+ Interceptions 3, Allen Chapman at Kansas State, Nov. 3, 2012 Had 3+ Interceptions 3, Allen Chapm1n at Kansas State, Nov. 3, 2012 Interception Return for a Touchdown 21, Pete Robertson at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 Fumble Return for a Touchdown 73, Shane Ray vs. Missouri (AT&T Cotton Bowl), Jan. 3, 2014 Had 4+ Tackles for Loss 4, Jackson Jeffcoat, vs. Texas, Sept. 29, 2012 Had 5+ Tackles for Loss 5, Antwaun Bynum vs. Missouri, Oct. 6, 2001 Had 3+ Sacks 3, Tim Crowder, Texas, Nov. 6, 2004 Had 4+ Sacks 4, Antwaun Bynum vs. Missouri, Oct. 6, 2001 Blocked a Punt Kerry Hyder at Texas Tech, Nov. 2, 2013 Blocked a FG Travis Britz vs. Kansas State, Oct. 5, 2013 Blocked a PAT attempt David Irving, at Iowa State, Oct. 26, 2013 Recorded a safety Team, at Texas, Oct. 15, 2011

Opponent Individual Miscellaneous KR for a Touchdown PR for a Touchdown Punt Blocked for a Touchdown Returned a blocked FG for a Touchdown Returned a PAT for a score Scored 4+ TD in a game Passed for 200 Yards & Rushed for 100 Yards Punted the Ball 70+ Yards Punted the Ball 80+ Yards Kicked a 50-Yard FG Made 4+ FG

100, Tyler Lockett at Kansas State, Nov. 3, 2012 64, Jalen Saunders vs. Oklahoma, Dec. 7, 2013 21, Daniel Gonzalez, Kansas St., Oct. 7, 2006 65, Kip Daily, Kansas St., Oct. 5, 2013 Frank Alexander, vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 29, 2008 5, Cedric Benson, Texas, Nov. 6, 2004 Taylor Martinez, 323 passing/112 rushing vs. Nebraska, Oct. 23, 2010 74, Michael Such vs. Tulsa, Sept. 18, 2010 81, Brian Lewis vs. Oklahoma, Nov. 9, 1996 52, Alex Henery vs. Nebraska, Oct. 23, 2010 4, Jimmy Stevens, Oklahoma, Nov. 27, 2010

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Box Scores and Game Recaps Game One

Game Two

Aug. 31, 2013 | Reliant Stadium (Houston) Attendance: 35,874 | TV: ABC Sports

Game Three

Sept. 7, 2013 | Alamodome Attendance: 40,977 | TV: Fox Sports 1

Sept. 14, 2013 | Boone Pickens Stadium Attendance: 59,061 | TV: Fox Sports Net

Mississippi State NR/RV 3 Oklahoma State 13/14 21

Oklahoma State 13/14 56 UTSA 35

Lamar 3 Oklahoma State 12/11 59

Captains: Daytawion Lowe, Tracy Moore, Nick Rockwell, Calvin Barnett

Captains: Justin Gilbert, Parker Graham, Jeremy Smith, Caleb Lavey

Captains: Justin Gilbert, Josh Stewart, Tyler Johnson, Deion Imade

HOUSTON - After spotting Mississippi State a field goal on its opening drive of the game, the Oklahoma State defense pitched a shutout in leading the No. 13 Cowboys to a 21-3 victory over the Bulldogs at the Advocare Texas Kickoff played in Houston's Reliant Stadium. The OSU defense was so dominant in its suffocation of Mississippi State that it only allowed the Bulldogs to cross midfield five times in the game and only three times after the first quarter. The Cowboys forced two turnovers - interceptions by Justin Gilbert and Zack Craig - and held Mississippi State to a paltry twofor-16 on third down. Known for its vaunted passing game, Oklahoma State's offense did the bulk of its damage on the ground, with quarterback J.W. Walsh amassing 125 rushing yards and a touchdown and running back Jeremy Smith adding 102 yards and two scores. Facing an SEC defense, the Cowboys averaged 7.2 yards per carry - their highest single-game average since rattling off 9.4 yards per carry in the 2012 season opener against Savannah State.

SAN ANTONIO - Oklahoma State roared to a 42-7 lead as part of its 56-35 win over homestanding UTSA in the Alamodome. The final stats were skewed and didn't necessarily reflect the true feel of the game, as UTSA scored 28 of its 35 points, gained 197 of its total 504 yards and returned a punt for a touchdown after the Pokes emptied the bench midway through the third quarter.

STILLWATER - Oklahoma State dominated Lamar in all three phases of the game en route to a 59-3 victory over the Cardinals in Boone Pickens Stadium. Jeremy Smith rushed for three first-half touchdowns and Josh Stewart logged 176 all-purpose yards, highlighted by a 67-yard punt return for a touchdown and a second punt return of 41 yards, to lead the way for OSU. For the second consecutive week, 13 different Cowboys caught a pass. The lone points allowed by the OSU defense came when Lamar's Justin Stout kicked a 44-yard field goal following a Cowboy turnover that gave the Cardinals the ball at the OSU 30-yard line.

Score by Quarters Mississippi State Oklahoma State Scoring Summary 1st 08:38 MS 2nd 02:16 OSU 3rd 10:41 OSU 4th 14:33 OSU

1 3 0

2 0 7

3 0 7

4 0 7

Score 3 21

Devon Bell 40 yd field goal, 13-57 6:22, MS 3 - OSU 0 Walsh, J.W. 3 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick), 6-69 1:33, MS 3 - OSU 7 Smith, Jeremy 1 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick), 11-75 4:19, MS 3 - OSU 14 Smith, Jeremy 20 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick), 9-82 2:18, MS 3 - OSU 21

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

MS OSU 17 22 37-111 40-286 222 146 33-17-2 33-21-0 70-333 73-432 0-0 0-0 2-1 2-7 4-104 2-45 0-0 2-7 6-45.0 6-45.2 0-0 1-0 11-74 7-86 34:07 25:53 2 of 16 8 of 14 3 of 4 0 of 1 1-2 3-3 0-0 3-20

Score by Quarters Oklahoma State UTSA

1 14 7

2 21 0

3 7 0

4 14 28

Score 56 35

Scoring Summary 1st 09:59 OSU Seales, Jhajuan 10 yd pass from Walsh (Grogan kick) 8-65 2:49, OSU 7 - UTSA 0 04:22 UTSA Bias 6 yd run (Ianno kick) 13-71 5:37, OSU 7 - UTSA 7 02:14 OSU Sheperd, B. 19 yd pass from Walsh (Grogan, kick) 7-78 2:08, OSU 14 - UTSA 7 2nd 11:22 OSU Stewart, J. 10 yd pass from Walsh, J.W. (Grogan kick) 7-63 1:40, OSU 21 - UTSA 7 04:53 OSU Walsh, J.W. 4 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 6-80 1:38, OSU 28 - UTSA 7 00:56 OSU Smith, Jeremy 1 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 4-32 1:37, OSU 35 - UTSA 7 3rd 09:47 OSU Jackson, Blake 22 yd pass from Walsh (Grogan, kick) 9-72 3:33, OSU 42 - UTSA 7 4th 14:10 UTSA Hubble 10 yd pass from Soza (Ianno kick) 13-92 5:35, OSU 42 - UTSA 14 12:15 UTSA Bias 19 yd pass from Soza (Ianno kick) 1-19 0:09, OSU 42 - UTSA 21 10:11 OSU Moore, C. 33 yd pass from Chelf, Clint (Grogan kick) 5-73 2:04, OSU 49 - UTSA 21 09:24 UTSA Bias 67 yd pass from Soza (Ianno kick) 2-64 0:47, OSU 49 - UTSA 28 05:27 OSU Roland, D. 21 yd pass from Chelf (Grogan kick) 10-72 3:57, OSU 56 - UTSA 28 01:14 UTSA Grubb,A 15 yd pass from Carter (Ianno kick) 11-81 4:13, OSU 56 - UTSA 35 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

OSU UTSA 30 31 32-87 32-135 518 369 43-35-0 50-30-2 75-605 82-504 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-62 6-102 9-158 2-31 0-0 4-39.5 4-40.2 0-0 0-0 7-60 6-40 25:41 34:19 5 of 9 6 of 14 0 of 0 3 of 3 5-5 4-5 2-12 2-10

Rushing: Mississippi State-L.Perkins 16-50; Josh Robinson 8-48; Dak Prescott 6-9; Derrick Milton 1-2; Tyler Russell 6-2. Oklahoma State-Walsh, J.W. 13-125; Smith, Jeremy 15-102; Roland, Desmond 10-46; Stewart, Josh 2-13.

RUSHING: Oklahoma State-Smith, Jeremy 12-34; Roland, Desmond 5-26; Walsh, J.W. 5-12; Muncrief, Caleb 2-9; Chelf, Clint 4-8; Childs, Rennie 1-4; Sheperd, Brandon 1-minus 1; TEAM 2-minus 5. UTSA-Okotcha,E 11-35; Soza 6-25; Bias 2-24; Grubb,A 3-21; Williams 2-14; Glasco II 4-6; Jones 3-6; Carter 1-4.

PASSING: Mississippi State-Dak Prescott 7-17-1-89; Tyler Russell 10-16-1133. Oklahoma State-Walsh, J.W. 18-27-0-135; Chelf, Clint 3-6-0-11.

PASSING: Oklahoma State-Walsh, J.W. 24-27-0-326; Chelf, Clint 11-16-0-192. UTSA-Soza 24-41-2-308; Carter 6-9-0-61; Jones 0-0-0-0.

RECEIVING: Mississippi State-Jameon Lewis 5-55; Malcolm Johnson 4-55; L.Perkins 3-52; D.Wilson 2-17; Robert Johnson 1-20; Brandon Hill 1-15; Fred Ross 1-8. Oklahoma State-Stewart, Josh 4-39; Moore, Tracy 4-38; Moore, Charlie 4-18; Smith, Jeremy 4-7; Seales, Jhajuan 1-14; Glidden, David 1-12; Jackson, Blake 1-9; Ateman, Marcell 1-6; Roland, Desmond 1-3.

RECEIVING: Oklahoma State-Seales, Jhajuan 7-87; Stewart, Josh 5-97; Sheperd, Brandon 4-73; Ateman, Marcell 4-40; Jackson, Blake 3-73; Moore, Charlie 3-43; Glidden, David 2-40; Moore, Tracy 2-28; Roland, Desmond 1-21; Webb, Blake 1-10; Seaton, Jeremy 1-6; Smith, Jeremy 1-3; Childs, Rennie 1-minus 3. UTSA-Harrison 4-61; Jones 4-39; Bias 3-96; Grubb,A 3-36; Hubble 3-28; Freeman 3-20; Armstrong 2-14; Okotcha,E 2-1; Morgan 1-19; Williams 1-19; Holmes 1-15; Grubb,S 1-14; Mack 1-4; Monroe 1-3.

INTERCEPTIONS: Mississippi State-None. Oklahoma State-Craig, Zack 1-7; Gilbert, Justin 1-0. FUMBLES: Mississippi State-None. Oklahoma State-Smith, Jeremy 1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS: Oklahoma State-Simmons, Ryan 1-27; Lewis, Shaun 1-4. UTSA-None. FUMBLES: Oklahoma State-None. UTSA-None.

Score by Quarters Lamar Oklahoma State Scoring Summary 1st 09:09 OSU 06:58 OSU 00:35 OSU 2nd 09:12 OSU 03:34 OSU 00:00 LU 3rd 11:47 OSU 08:23 OSU 06:01 OSU 4th 07:34 OSU

1 0 21

2 3 10

3 0 21

4 0 7

Score 3 59

Roland, Desmond 2 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 10-57 2:46, LAMAR 0 - OSU 7 Smith, Jeremy 4 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 9-64 1:32, LAMAR 0 - OSU 14 Smith, Jeremy 1 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 11-69 3:15, LAMAR 0 - OSU 21 Grogan, Ben 39 yd field goal 8-31 1:59, LAMAR 0 - OSU 24 Smith, Jeremy 1 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 3-16 0:39, LAMAR 0 - OSU 31 Stout, Justin 44 yd field goal 4-3 0:29, LAMAR 3 - OSU 31 Stewart, Josh 67 yd punt return (Grogan, Ben kick) LAMAR 3 - OSU 38 Jackson, B. 2 yd pass from Walsh, J.W. (Grogan kick) 7-54 2:20, LAMAR 3 - OSU 45 Chelf, Clint 8 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 3-22 1:18, LAMAR 3 - OSU 52 Webb, Blake 16 yd pass from Chelf (Grogan kick) 8-94 3:22, LAMAR 3 - OSU 59

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

LAMAR OSU 13 26 37-121 38-155 124 271 40-19-0 36-23-1 77-245 74-426 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-116 6-90 1-21 1-25 0-0 8-39.6 3-31.3 1-1 0-0 6-44 4-28 37:54 22:06 7 of 23 7 of 13 1 of 4 1 of 1 0-1 7-7 0-0 1-4

RUSHING: Lamar-Harrington, Kad 20-66; Harmon, Caleb 11-44; Berry, Caleb 5-16; Kahler, Kollin 1-minus 5. Oklahoma State-Walsh, J.W. 7-45; Smith, Jeremy 10-40; Chelf, Clint 3-23; Roland, Desmond 9-17; Stewart, Josh 2-13; Childs, Rennie 5-11; Muncrief, Caleb 2-6. PASSING: Lamar-Berry, Caleb 18-38-0-114; Mossakowski, Ry 1-2-0-10. Oklahoma State-Walsh, J.W. 17-30-1-181; Chelf, Clint 6-6-0-90. RECEIVING: Lamar-Begelton, Reggi 10-48; Edwards, Jordan 2-36; Harrington, Kad 2-12; Johnson, Kevin 1-10; McVey, Payden 1-8; Gladney, Gratia 1-8; Roberts, Mark 1-5; Handy, Michael 1-minus 3. Oklahoma State-Moore, Charlie 4-48; Stewart, Josh 3-49; Ateman, Marcell 3-46; Seales, Jhajuan 3-22; Jackson, Blake 2-16; Roland, Desmond 1-20; Webb, Blake 1-16; Childs, Rennie 1-14; Sheperd, Brandon 1-14; Moore, Tracy 1-11; Hays, Austin 1-8; Glidden, David 1-6; Smith, Jeremy 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: Lamar-Thomas, Branden 1-25. Oklahoma State-None. FUMBLES: Lamar-Harmon, Caleb 1-1. Oklahoma State-None.

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Box Scores and Game Recaps Game Four

Game Five

Sept. 28, 2013 | Milan Puskar Stadium Attendance: 57,280 | TV: ESPN

Oct. 19, 2013 | Boone Pickens Stadium Attendance: 59,638 | TV: FOX

Oklahoma State 11/11 21 West Virginia 30

Kansas State 29 Oklahoma State 21/20 33

TCU 10 Oklahoma State 21/17 24

Captains: Josh Stewart, Blake Jackson, Brandon Webb, Shaun Lewis

Captains: Jeremy Seaton, Caleb Lavey, Daytawion Lowe, Miketavius Jones

Captains: Jeremy Smith, Tracy Moore, Joe Mitchell, Shamiel Gary

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Turnovers, penalties and shaky special teams play were all contributing factors in Oklahoma State's 30-21 loss at West Virginia. The Cowboy offense never found a rhythm, averaging 2.5 yards per first down play and consistently facing third-and-medium and third-and-long situations. Three turnovers compounded OSU's offensive struggles. Defensively, OSU was solid for the most part, holding the Mountaineers to 1.7 yards per rush, 1.2 points per possession and forcing three turnovers. Two missed field goals and two punts of 16 yards or less marked further squandered opportunities for the Cowboys. Score by Quarters Oklahoma State West Virginia Scoring Summary 1st 08:32 OSU 06:53 WVU 01:26 WVU 2nd 10:43 WVU 08:15 OSU 02:41 WVU 3rd 11:35 OSU 4th 03:54 WVU 01:28 WVU

1 7 14

2 7 10

3 7 0

4 0 6

Score 21 30

Stewart, Josh 73 yd pass from Walsh, J.W. (Grogan kick) 5-85 1:30, OSU 7 - WVU 0 Banks, Ishmael 58 yd INT return (Lambert, Josh kick) OSU 7 - WVU 7 White, Kevin 17 yd pass from Trickett, C. (Lambert kick) 8-70 2:41, OSU 7 - WVU 14 Lambert, Josh 45 yd field goal 4-1 1:00, OSU 7 - WVU 17 Moore, Tracy 27 yd pass from Walsh, J.W. (Grogan kick) 8-76 2:21, OSU 14 - WVU 17 Sims, Charles 1 yd run (Lambert, Josh kick) 5-43 2:07, OSU 14 - WVU 24 Seaton, J. 30 yd pass from Walsh, J.W. (Grogan kick) 4-58 1:22, OSU 21 - WVU 24 Lambert, Josh 27 yd field goal 10-42 3:33, OSU 21 - WVU 27 Lambert, Josh 34 yd field goal 7-19 1:56, OSU 21 - WVU 30

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

OSU WVU 18 21 40-111 39-68 322 320 47-20-2 51-25-2 87-433 90-388 0-0 0-0 3-36 3--5 4-106 3-29 2-0 2-70 10-37.9 8-44.6 2-1 2-0 10-96 6-39 26:59 33:01 6 of 20 8 of 22 1 of 2 0 of 0 0-1 4-5 1-3 1-6

STILLWATER - Oklahoma State forced Kansas State into committing five second-half turnovers to key the Cowboys' 33-29 win over the Wildcats. The game featured eight lead-changes. K-State had two drives with the opportunity to take the lead in the last 4:13 of the game, but interceptions by Shaun Lewis and Daytawion Lowe slammed the door on the Wildcats. Kicker Ben Grogan connected on four field goals in the game three in the second half - to help lift the Cowboys to victory. Score by Quarters Kansas State Oklahoma State Scoring Summary 1st 01:47 KSU 01:06 OSU 2nd 12:04 OSU 02:45 KSU 00:50 OSU 3rd 08:20 KSU 04:40 OSU 02:44 OSU 4th 06:09 KSU 04:13 OSU 02:24 OSU

1 7 7

2 7 10

3 7 6

4 8 10

Score 29 33

Gronkowski, G. 67 yd pass from Sams, D. (Cantele kick) 1-67 0:10, KSU 7 - OSU 0 Smith, Jeremy 2 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 3-66 0:41, KSU 7 - OSU 7 Grogan, Ben 30 yd field goal 8-47 2:46, KSU 7 - OSU 10 Daily, Kip 65 yd blocked FG return (Cantele kick) KSU 14 - OSU 10 Walsh, J.W. 3 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 7-64 1:55, KSU 14 - OSU 17 Miller, Torell 17 yd pass from Sams, D. (Cantele kick) 11-79 6:40, KSU 21 - OSU 17 Grogan, Ben 34 yd field goal 4-5 0:53, KSU 21 - OSU 20 Grogan, Ben 23 yd field goal 4-0 0:46, KSU 21 - OSU 23 Sams, Daniel 3 yd run (Miller pass from Sams) 11-57 7:02, KSU 29 - OSU 23 Moore, C. 6 yd pass from Walsh, J.W. (Grogan kick) 6-75 1:56, KSU 29 - OSU 30 Grogan, Ben 28 yd field goal 4-6 1:32, KSU 29 - OSU 33

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

KSU OSU 19 19 38-144 25-85 192 245 28-18-3 40-24-0 66-336 65-330 0-0 0-0 1--1 1--2 7-92 4-97 0-0 3-99 4-43.5 4-39.5 3-2 1-1 12-92 1-7 35:32 24:28 5 of 12 4 of 14 1 of 1 0 of 0 2-2 7-8 1-1 2-19

Rushing: Oklahoma State-Walsh, J.W. 16-52; Roland, Desmond 7-46; Stewart, Josh 2-12; Smith, Jeremy 15-1. West Virginia-Sims, Charles 18-60; Smith, Dreamius 10-5; Trickett, Clint 7-5; Smallwood, W. 1-1; TEAM 3-minus 3.

RUSHING: Kansas State-Sams, Daniel 27-118; Hubert, John 7-30; Lockett, Tyler 1-6; TEAM 2-minus 4; Waters, Jake 1-minus 6. Oklahoma State-Smith, Jeremy 11-56; Walsh, J.W. 11-31; Roland, Desmond 2-1; TEAM 1-minus 3.

PASSING: Oklahoma State-Walsh, J.W. 20-47-2-322. West Virginia-Trickett, Clint 24-50-2-309; Millard, Paul 1-1-0-11.

PASSING: Kansas State-Sams, Daniel 15-21-3-181; Waters, Jake 3-7-0-11. Oklahoma State-Walsh, J.W. 24-38-0-245; Chelf, Clint 0-2-0-0.

RECEIVING: Oklahoma State-Stewart, Josh 7-127; Moore, Tracy 5-89; Seales, Jhajuan 4-40; Seaton, Jeremy 1-30; Moore, Charlie 1-25; Ateman, Marcell 1-6; Glidden, David 1-5. West Virginia-Sims, Charles 5-82; Carswell, R. 5-76; Shorts, Daikiel 5-32; Thompson, J. 3-30; Clay, Cody 3-27; Alford, Mario 2-43; White, Kevin 1-17; McCartney, Ivan 1-13.

RECEIVING: Kansas State-Sexton, Curry 6-43; Miller, Torell 4-35; Klein, Kyle 3-34; Hubert, John 2-7; Lockett, Tyler 2-6; Gronkowski, G. 1-67. Oklahoma State-Moore, Tracy 6-52; Seales, Jhajuan 4-87; Sheperd, B. 3-28; Stewart, Josh 2-20; Goodlett, John 2-14; Ateman, Marcell 2-10; Seaton, Jeremy 2-9; Glidden, David 1-14; Moore, Charlie 1-6; Smith, Jeremy 1-5.

INTERCEPTIONS: Oklahoma State-Gilbert, Justin 1-0; Patmon, Tyler 1-0. West Virginia-Banks, Ishmael 1-58; Cook, Darwin 1-12. FUMBLES: Oklahoma State-Walsh, J.W. 1-0; Smith, Jeremy 1-1. West Virginia-Trickett, Clint 2-0.

Game Six

Oct. 5, 2013 | Boone Pickens Stadium Attendance: 58,841 | TV: ESPN

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INTERCEPTIONS: Kansas State-None. Oklahoma State-Lowe, Daytawion 1-72; Lewis, Shaun 1-24; Lavey, Caleb 1-3. FUMBLES: Kansas State-Sexton, Curry 1-0; Waters, Jake 1-1; Sams, Daniel 1-1. Oklahoma State-Walsh, J.W. 1-1.

STILLWATER - Oklahoma State's defense suffocated TCU and the Cowboy special teams produced a punt return touchdown and a timely 50-yard kickoff return to set up a late touchdown that sealed the game in the Cowboys' 24-10 win over TCU. Playing in front of a school-record crowd of 59,638 in Boone Pickens Stadium that was energized by Homecoming, the Cowboy defense forced four turnovers, highlighted by linebacker Caleb Lavey's fumble recovery and interception. Josh Stewart got OSU on the board with a school-record 95-yard punt return and the Cowboys never surrendered their advantage, keeping the Horned Frogs at bay from that point. J.W. Walsh started the contest at quarterback, but gave way to Clint Chelf in the second quarter. Chelf helped the Cowboys to three scoring drives plus two other quality scoring chances that resulted in missed field goals. Score by Quarters TCU Oklahoma State Scoring Summary 1st 04:00 OSU 2nd 08:34 OSU 06:03 OSU 3rd 01:54 TCU 4th 07:39 TCU 06:04 OSU

1 0 7

2 0 10

3 3 0

4 7 7

Score 10 24

Stewart, Josh 95 yd punt return (Grogan, Ben kick) TCU 0 - OSU 7 Grogan, Ben 28 yd field goal 7-51 2:06, TCU 0 - OSU 10 Roland, Desmond 3 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 3-37 1:08, TCU 0 - OSU 17 Oberkrom, Jaden 35 yd field goal 5-67 2:04, TCU 3 - OSU 17 James, Waymon 14 yd run (Oberkrom, Jaden kick) 12-77 5:46, TCU 10 - OSU 17 Childs, Rennie 7 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 4-47 1:35, TCU 10 - OSU 24

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TCU OSU 17 20 36-126 35-95 199 320 37-18-3 44-20-3 73-325 79-415 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-124 4-86 3-94 3-12 3-43 7-44.0 5-35.8 3-1 2-1 9-85 9-70 33:08 26:52 6 of 17 7 of 18 0 of 2 0 of 1 2-3 3-7 2-9 2-11

RUSHING: TCU-Boykin, Trevone 15-46; Catalon, B.J. 12-46; James, Waymon 5-27; Green, Aaron 1-5; Matthews, Tyler 3-2. Oklahoma State-Childs, Rennie 9-45; Walsh, J.W. 5-19; Smith, Jeremy 12-14; Roland, Desmond 3-11; Chelf, Clint 5-9; TEAM 1-minus 3. PASSING: TCU-Boykin, Trevone 17-35-3-188; Matthews, Tyler 0-1-0-0; Echols-Luper, C 1-1-0-11. Oklahoma State-Chelf, Clint 10-25-1-178; Walsh, J.W. 9-18-2-115; Moore, Charlie 1-1-0-27. RECEIVING: TCU-Brown, LaDarius 6-48; James, Waymon 3-17; Catalon, B.J. 2-25; Slanina, Ty 2-16; White, Cam 2-10; Gray, Deante' 1-69; Boykin, Trevone 1-11; Bryant, Stephen 1-3. Oklahoma State-Stewart, Josh 10-141; Moore, Tracy 5-77; Moore, Charlie 3-48; Childs, Rennie 1-34; Seales, Jhajuan 1-20. INTERCEPTIONS: TCU-White, Kevin 1-12; Olabode, Elisha 1-0; Kindred, D. 1-0. Oklahoma State-Gilbert, Justin 1-35; Lavey, Caleb 1-8; Lowe, Daytawion 1-0. FUMBLES: TCU-Boykin, Trevone 2-0; Matthews, Tyler 1-1. Oklahoma StateWalsh, J.W. 1-0; Smith, Jeremy 1-1.

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Box Scores and Game Recaps Game Seven

Game Eight

Oct. 26, 2013 | Jack Trice Stadium Attendance: 56,800 | TV: FSN

Game Nine

Nov. 2, 2013 | Jones AT&T Stadium Attendance: 61,836 | TV: FOX

Nov. 9, 2013 | Boone Pickens Stadium Attendance: 58,476 | TV: Fox Sports 1

Oklahoma State 19/13 58 Iowa State 27

Oklahoma StatE 18/12 Texas Tech 15/15

Captains: Josh Stewart, Clint Chelf, Joe Mitchell, James Castleman

Captains: Parker Graham, Brandon Webb, Zack Craig, Ashton Lampkin

Captains: Anthony Rogers, Tyler Patmon, Clint Chelf, Teddy Johnson

AMES - Desmond Roland rushed for 219 yards and four touchdowns and the Cowboy defense scored twice with an interception return TD by Justin Gilbert & a fumble return TD by Tyler Johnson.

LUBBOCK - Oklahoma State raced out to a 21-0 lead to start its game at No. 15 Texas Tech and never surrendered its advantage in claiming a 52-34 win over the Red Raiders in front of a record crowd at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock.

STILLWATER - Justin Gilbert returned the game's opening kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown and that was all the scoring that Oklahoma State needed in its 42-6 win over Kansas in Boone Pickens Stadium. The OSU defense locked the Jayhawks down all game, limiting KU to 316 yards of total offense and a five-of-20 showing on third down. Clint Chelf passed for 265 yards and three touchdowns - two to Tracy Moore and one to Desmond Roland - and making the first start of his career, Lyndell Johnson made eight tackles, two of which were for loss.

Score by Quarters Oklahoma State Iowa State Scoring Summary 1st 11:02 OSU 10:20 OSU 05:45 OSU 02:58 ISU 2nd 14:57 OSU 12:23 ISU 02:59 ISU 3rd 08:32 OSU 06:38 OSU 04:17 OSU 4th 10:28 OSU 07:10 ISU 04:59 OSU

1 21 7

2 7 13

3 17 0

4 13 7

Score 58 27

Roland, Desmond 2 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 10-58 3:11, OSU 7 - ISU 0 Gilbert, Justin 31 yd INT return (Grogan, Ben kick) OSU 14 - ISU 0 Moore, Charlie 8 yd pass from Chelf (Grogan kick) 7-43 1:22, OSU 21 - ISU 0 Bundrage 22 yd pass from Richardson (Netten kick) 7-75 2:47, OSU 21 - ISU 7 Roland, Desmond 6 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 5-59 0:27, OSU 28 - ISU 7 Nealy, D. 11 yd run (Netten, Cole kick) 5-88 2:27, OSU 28 - ISU 14 Bundrage 20 yd pass from Rohach (Netten kick blockd) 11-54 5:14, OSU 28 - ISU 20 Grogan, Ben 22 yd field goal 9-53 3:43, OSU 31 - ISU 20 Roland, Desmond 58 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 2-67 0:35, OSU 38 - ISU 20 Johnson, Tyler 54 yd fumble recovery (Grogan kick) OSU 45 - ISU 20 Roland, Desmond 3 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 4-21 1:13, OSU 52 - ISU 20 Woody, Jeff 1 yd run (Netten, Cole kick) 12-75 3:18, OSU 52 - ISU 27 Smith, Jeremy 1 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick blockd) 4-15 2:05, OSU 58 - ISU 27

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

OSU ISU 20 20 47-342 48-154 78 192 27-10-1 38-18-1 74-420 86-346 1-54 0-0 3-15 3-20 2-47 4-32 1-31 1--6 7-41.9 11-40.2 1-0 2-2 7-41 10-72 26:24 33:36 3 of 12 4 of 20 0 of 1 1 of 1 6-6 3-3 3-25 0-0

Rushing: Oklahoma State-Roland, Desmond 26-219; Chelf, Clint 9-85; Smith, Jeremy 7-21; Seales, Jhajuan 1-11; Walsh, J.W. 1-10; Childs, Rennie 2-minus 1; TEAM 1-minus 3. Iowa State-Richardson, SB 11-64; Johnson, S. 12-43; Nealy, D. 7-25; Rohach, Grant 9-16; White, James 4-7; Woody, Jeff 4-6; Gary, Albert 1-minus 7. PASSING: Oklahoma State-Chelf, Clint 10-26-1-78; Walsh, J.W. 0-1-0-0. Iowa State-Rohach, Grant 12-23-0-97; Richardson, SB 6-15-1-95.

Score by Quarters Oklahoma State Texas Tech Scoring Summary 1st 07:17 OSU 06:04 OSU 04:09 OSU 01:33 TTU 2nd 14:49 TTU 10:22 OSU 05:17 TTU 02:00 TTU 3rd 09:58 OSU 07:50 OSU 04:31 TTU 01:44 OSU 4th 13:33 TTU 10:43 OSU

1 21 3

52 34

2 7 21

3 21 7

4 3 3

Score 52 34

Moore, Tracy 6 yd pass from Chelf (Grogan kick) 10-84 3:33, OSU 7 - TTU 0 Roland, Desmond 1 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 3-45 0:37, OSU 14 - TTU 0 Roland, Desmond 1 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 4-15 0:46, OSU 21 - TTU 0 Bustin, Ryan 32 yd field goal 9-60 2:36, OSU 21 - TTU 3 Ward, Eric 38 yd pass from Webb, Davis (Bustin kick) 2-51 0:26, OSU 21 - TTU 10 Seaton, Jeremy 1 yd pass from Chelf (Grogan kick) 11-75 4:27, OSU 28 - TTU 10 Robertson, Pete 21 yd INT return (Bustin kick) OSU 28 - TTU 17 Williams, Kenny 2 yd run (Bustin, Ryan kick) 5-63 2:10, OSU 28 - TTU 24 Roland, Desmond 3 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 4-11 1:58, OSU 35 - TTU 24 Chelf, Clint 67 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 3-68 0:46, OSU 42 - TTU 24 Amaro, Jace 1 yd pass from Webb, D. (Bustin kick) 6-55 2:02, OSU 42 - TTU 31 Chelf, Clint 8 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 9-75 2:47, OSU 49 - TTU 31 Bustin, Ryan 26 yd field goal 9-60 3:11, OSU 49 - TTU 34 Grogan, Ben 41 yd field goal 7-32 2:50, OSU 52 - TTU 34

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

OSU TTU 24 35 55-281 26-124 211 425 34-18-2 71-45-2 89-492 97-549 0-0 0-0 5-86 2-6 1-23 4-98 2-16 2-36 7-34.6 6-36.8 1-0 3-1 10-97 8-75 29:59 30:01 5 of 16 4 of 15 2 of 2 0 of 2 6-6 4-7 1-7 0-0

Rushing: Oklahoma State-Roland, Desmond 31-96; Chelf, Clint 6-88; Childs, Rennie 9-70; Smith, Jeremy 5-28; Stewart, Josh 2-4; TEAM 2-minus 5. Texas Tech-Washington, De. 10-69; Williams, Kenny 9-45; Grant, Jakeem 2-8; Webb, Davis 4-4; Foster, SaDale 1-minus 2. PASSING: Oklahoma State-Chelf, Clint 18-34-2-211. Texas Tech-Webb, Davis 45-71-2-425.

RECEIVING: Oklahoma State-Moore, Tracy 3-37; Stewart, Josh 3-10; Moore, Charlie 2-16; Seales, Jhajuan 2-15. Iowa State-Bundrage, Q. 4-50; Bibbs, E.J. 3-53; Johnson, S. 2-15; Nealy, D. 2-9; Brun, Ernst 2-4; Coleman, Justin 1-23; Ecby, Tad 1-20; Harris, P.J. 1-7; Gary, Albert 1-7; Daley, Dondre 1-4.

RECEIVING: Oklahoma State-Stewart, Josh 6-27; Seales, Jhajuan 3-78; Moore, Tracy 3-37; Ateman, Marcell 2-25; Smith, Jeremy 1-17; Glidden, David 1-14; Moore, Charlie 1-12; Seaton, Jeremy 1-1. Texas Tech-Amaro, Jace 15174; Ward, Eric 8-86; Grant, Jakeem 6-69; Davis, Jordan 5-37; Washington, De. 5-25; Williams, Kenny 4-31; Davis, Reginald 2-3.

INTERCEPTIONS: Oklahoma State-Gilbert, Justin 1-31. Iowa State-Tribune, Nigel 1-minus 6.

INTERCEPTIONS: Oklahoma State-Lewis, Shaun 1-16; Lavey, Caleb 1-0. Texas Tech-Robertson, Pete 1-21; Ward, Keenon 1-15.

FUMBLES: Oklahoma State-Stewart, Josh 1-0. Iowa State-Brun, Ernst 1-1; Rohach, Grant 1-1.

FUMBLES: Oklahoma State-Chelf, Clint 1-0. Texas Tech-Amaro, Jace 2-1; Davis, Reginald 1-0.

Kansas 6 Oklahoma State 15/11 42

Score by Quarters Kansas Oklahoma State Scoring Summary 1st 14:47 OSU 08:28 OSU 2nd 09:25 OSU 00:15 OSU 3rd 08:35 KU 4th 14:00 OSU 10:02 KU 08:45 OSU

1 0 14

2 0 14

3 3 0

4 3 14

Score 6 42

Gilbert, Justin 100 yd kickoff return (Grogan kick) KU 0 - OSU 7 Roland, Desmond 3 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 7-34 1:34, KU 0 - OSU 14 Roland, Desmond 19 yd pass from Chelf (Grogan kick) 4-80 1:16, KU 0 - OSU 21 Moore, Tracy 4 yd pass from Chelf (Grogan kick) 11-80 1:51, KU 0 - OSU 28 Doherty,Ron 40 yd field goal 6-58 2:19, KU 3 - OSU 28 Moore, Tracy 11 yd pass from Chelf (Grogan kick) 6-59 1:26, KU 3 - OSU 35 Doherty,Ron 29 yd field goal 7-13 3:58, KU 6 - OSU 35 Smith, Jeremy 15 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 3-63 1:17, KU 6 - OSU 42

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

KU OSU 15 21 49-202 31-85 114 274 25-10-1 39-20-0 74-316 70-359 0-0 0-0 1--1 4-9 6-186 3-129 0-0 1-38 9-46.4 9-43.6 2-0 1-0 8-80 3-21 37:40 22:20 5 of 20 6 of 15 1 of 3 0 of 0 2-3 5-5 1-4 2-11

Rushing: Kansas-Pierson,Tony 6-87; Sims,James 21-66; Cozart,Montell 1855; Bourbon,Brandon 2-5; Heaps,Jake 2-minus 11. Oklahoma State-Roland, Desmond 16-44; Smith, Jeremy 4-23; Chelf, Clint 3-17; Childs, Rennie 4-4; Muncrief, Caleb 2-3; TEAM 2-minus 6. PASSING: Kansas-Cozart,Montell 6-17-0-58; Heaps,Jake 4-8-1-56. Oklahoma State-Chelf, Clint 19-37-0-265; Walsh, J.W. 1-2-0-9. RECEIVING: Kansas-Sims,James 3-13; Turzilli,Andrew 2-54; Embree,Connor 2-15; Pierson,Tony 2-minus 6; Ford,Josh 1-38. Oklahoma State-Moore, Tracy 6-77; Glidden, David 6-73; Ateman, Marcell 3-53; Moore, Charlie 1-22; Roland, Desmond 1-19; Seales, Jhajuan 1-11; Curry, C.J. 1-10; Sheperd, B. 1-9. INTERCEPTIONS: Kansas-None. Oklahoma State-Peterson, Kevin 1-38. FUMBLES: Kansas-Cozart,Montell 2-0. Oklahoma State-TEAM 1-0.

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Box Scores and Game Recaps Game Ten

Game Eleven

Nov. 16, 2013 | DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium Attendance: 99,739 | TV: FOX

Dec. 7, 2013 | Boone Pickens Stadium Attendance: 58,520 | TV: ABC

Oklahoma State 12/10 38 Texas 23/24 13

Baylor 3/4 17 Oklahoma StatE 11/9 49

Oklahoma 18/15 Oklahoma State 6/6

Captains: Calvin Barnett, Charlie Moore, John Goodlett, Desmond Roland

Captains: Justin Gilbert, Shaun Lewis, Kye Staley, Andrew Suter

Captains: Parker Graham, Caleb Lavey, Kye Staley, Connor Sinko

STILLWATER - Playing in front of the first sellout crowd in Boone Pickens Stadium history, Oklahoma State's defense forced three turnovers and held Baylor 44 points and 231 yards below its season averages in recording one of the most lopsided wins ever over a team ranked in the top three of the Associated Press poll. Quarterback Clint Chelf earned national player of the week honors after completing 19-of-25 passes for 370 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. He added a 48-yard reception that set up a touchdown and he rushed for a score as well.

STILLWATER - Special teams was a key factor in Oklahoma's 33-24 win over Oklahoma State that cost the Cowboys their second Big 12 title in a three-year span. The Sooners scored on a punt return touchdown and on a fake field goal touchdown pass to put themselves in good position, yet the Cowboys scored a touchdown to cap an 89-yard drive and take a 24-20 lead with 1:46 left in the game. However, OU went 66 yards to reclaim the lead at 27-24 with 19 seconds remaining and added a score with no time on the clock as OSU fumbled a lateral in its last-gasp attempt to score.

AUSTIN, Texas - Playing without top playmaker Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State beat No. 23 Texas in Austin, 38-13. Justin Gilbert intercepted two passes, returning one 43 yards for a touchdown just before halftime to give the Cowboys a 28-10 lead and effectively put the game out of reach. Quarterback Clint Chelf rushed for a pair of first-half touchdowns and passed for an additional two scores to spur the Cowboy offense. Chelf completed 16-of-22 passes for 197 yards and two scores and rushed for a career-high 95 yards in the contest. Score by Quarters Oklahoma State Texas Scoring Summary 1st 09:09 OSU 03:47 UT 2nd 07:31 OSU 03:39 UT 01:15 OSU 00:18 OSU 3rd 11:18 UT 07:16 OSU 01:54 OSU

1 7 3

2 21 7

3 10 3

4 0 0

Score 38 13

Chelf, Clint 18 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick), 7-72 2:02, OSU 7 - UT 0 Fera, Anthony 39 yd field goal 16-60 5:18, OSU 7 - UT 3 Chelf, Clint 4 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 5-42 1:46, OSU 14 - UT 3 Brown, Malcolm 7 yd run (Fera, Anthony kick) 10-75 3:52, OSU 14 - UT 10 Moore, T. 12 yd pass from Chelf (Grogan kick), 6-67 2:18, OSU 21 - UT 10 Gilbert, Justin 43 yd INT return (Grogan kick) OSU 28 - UT 10 Fera, Anthony 27 yd field goal 10-84 3:42, OSU 28 - UT 13 Grogan, Ben 39 yd field goal 11-53 4:02, OSU 31 - UT 13 Moore, C. 21 yd pass from Chelf (Grogan kick) 1-21 0:06, OSU 38 - UT 13

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

OSU UT 21 25 40-183 43-151 197 238 22-16-1 43-29-3 62-380 86-389 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-59 4-63 3-66 1-0 6-41.5 5-44.6 0-0 1-0 5-50 3-24 28:03 31:57 5 of 13 10 of 19 0 of 0 1 of 2 4-4 2-3 1-8 0-0

Rushing: Oklahoma State-Chelf, Clint 10-95; Roland, Desmond 19-59; Smith, Jeremy 5-10; Childs, Rennie 4-9; Staley, Kye 1-7; Moore, Tracy 1-3. Texas-Brown, Malcolm 25-73; Bergeron, Joe 10-49; Swoopes, Tyrone 5-22; Johnson, Daje 2-12; Johnson, Marcus 1-minus 5. PASSING: Oklahoma State-Chelf, Clint 16-22-1-197. Texas-McCoy, Case 26-39-3-221; Swoopes, Tyrone 3-4-0-17. RECEIVING: Oklahoma State-Moore, Charlie 6-83; Seales, Jhajuan 3-45; Roland, Desmond 2-25; Moore, Tracy 2-23; Seaton, Jeremy 1-10; Smith, Jeremy 1-8; Ateman, Marcell 1-3. Texas-Davis, Mike 9-112; Shipley, Jaxon 6-43; Bergeron, Joe 5-42; Johnson, Marcus 4-4; Sanders, Kendal 2-20; Brown, Malcolm 2-16; Johnson, Daje 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: Oklahoma State-Gilbert, Justin 2-43; Lavey, Caleb 1-23. Texas-Thompson, Mykke 1-0. FUMBLES: Oklahoma State-None. Texas-Bergeron, Joe 1-0.

Game Twelve

Nov. 23, 2013 | Boone Pickens Stadium Attendance: 60,218 | TV: ABC

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Score by Quarters Baylor Oklahoma State Scoring Summary 1st 03:07 OSU 2nd 04:28 OSU 00:13 BU 3rd 13:23 OSU 10:10 OSU 00:13 OSU 4th 14:04 BU 09:58 OSU 03:01 OSU 01:59 BU

1 0 7

2 3 7

3 0 21

4 14 14

Score 17 49

Staley, Kye 2 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 7-99 3:28, BU 0 - OSU 7 Moore, C. 12 yd pass from Chelf, Clint (Grogan kick) 5-80 1:52, BU 0 - OSU 14 Jones, Aaron 29 yd field goal 6-71 1:03, BU 3 - OSU 14 Moore, T. 56 yd pass from Chelf, Clint (Grogan kick) 4-76 1:37, BU 3 - OSU 21 Staley, Kye 1 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 6-80 1:36, BU 3 - OSU 28 Chelf, Clint 4 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 6-68 2:05, BU 3 - OSU 35 Goodley, A. 24 yd pass from Petty, B. (Jones kick) 7-73 1:09, BU 10 - OSU 35 Patmon, Tyler 78 yd fumble recovery (Grogan kick) BU 10 - OSU 42 Seales, Jhajuan 33 yd pass from Chelf (Grogan kick) 9-91 5:49, BU 10 - OSU 49 Norwood, Levi 32 yd pass from Petty, B. (Jones kick) 4-62 1:02, BU 17 - OSU 49

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

BU OSU 26 21 36-94 46-154 359 440 48-28-0 27-21-0 84-453 73-594 0-0 1-78 0-0 1--6 7-123 4-51 0-0 0-0 6-47.7 6-38.0 4-3 1-0 3-10 7-65 24:37 35:23 7 of 18 9 of 17 0 of 3 0 of 1 1-4 4-4 2-20 2-13

Score by Quarters Oklahoma Oklahoma State

1 7 7

33 24

2 3 3

3 7 7

4 16 7

Score 33 24

Scoring Summary 1st 04:00 OSU Roland, Desmond 1 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 10-99 3:49, OU 0 - OSU 7 00:18 OU Saunders, Jalen 64 yd punt return (Hunnicutt, M. kick) OU 7 - OSU 7 2nd 08:40 OSU Grogan, Ben 41 yd field goal 5-17 1:34, OU 7 - OSU 10 00:38 OU Hunnicutt, M. 21 yd field goal 15-60 8:02, OU 10 - OSU 10 3rd 13:18 OSU Roland, D. 15 yd pass from Chelf (Grogan kick) 6-82 1:32, OU 10 - OSU 17 02:35 OU Hunnicutt 8 yd pass from Bothun, G. (Hunnicutt kick) 7-60 2:09, OU 17 - OSU 17 4th 10:01 OU Hunnicutt, M. 39 yd field goal 12-53 5:30, OU 20 - OSU 17 01:46 OSU Roland, Desmond 1 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 7-89 2:41, OU 20 - OSU 24 00:19 OU Saunders 7 yd pass from Bell (Hunnicutt, M. kick) 8-66 1:27, OU 27 - OSU 24 00:00 OU Striker, Eric 3 yd fumble recovery OU 33 - OSU 24 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

OU OSU 19 19 40-165 35-200 193 200 33-16-1 35-19-1 73-358 70-400 1-3 0-0 3-71 0-0 4-86 4-69 1-0 1--8 8-36.1 7-37.1 2-0 1-1 5-59 7-59 34:20 25:40 2 of 15 2 of 13 3 of 3 0 of 1 3-3 3-4 1-7 0-0

Rushing: Baylor-Petty, Bryce 11-46; Chafin, Devin 7-33; Linwood, Shock 14-29; Goodley, Antwan 3-6; TEAM 1-minus 20. Oklahoma State-Smith, Jeremy 12-71; Roland, Desmond 11-36; Childs, Rennie 4-35; Staley, Kye 7-25; Sheperd, B. 1-13; TEAM 3-minus 6; Chelf, Clint 8-minus 20.

Rushing: Oklahoma-Clay, Brennan 24-70; Saunders, Jalen 2-49; Knight, Trevor 11-47; Finch, Roy 1-0; Thompson, K. 2-minus 1. Oklahoma StateRoland, Desmond 21-144; Smith, Jeremy 7-42; Chelf, Clint 5-16; Staley, Kye 1-0; TEAM 1-minus 2.

PASSING: Baylor-Petty, Bryce 28-48-0-359. Oklahoma State-Chelf, Clint 1925-0-370; Stewart, Josh 1-1-0-48; Moore, Charlie 1-1-0-22.

PASSING: Oklahoma-Bell, Blake 10-16-0-140; Thompson, K. 2-9-1-17; Knight, Trevor 3-7-0-28; Bothun, Grant 1-1-0-8. Oklahoma State-Chelf, Clint 19-35-1-200.

RECEIVING: Baylor-Goodley, Antwan 10-118; Norwood, Levi 6-83; Coleman, Corey 5-54; Fuller, Clay 3-90; Lee, Jay 2-10; Rhodes, Robbie 1-4; Linwood, Shock 1-0. Oklahoma State-Moore, Tracy 5-126; Stewart, Josh 5-45; Moore, Charlie 4-67; Seales, Jhajuan 3-74; Ateman, Marcell 1-51; Chelf, Clint 1-48; Sheperd, B. 1-25; Glidden, David 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: Baylor-None. Oklahoma State-None. FUMBLES: Baylor-Linwood, Shock 2-2; Palmer, Jamal 1-0; TEAM 1-1. Oklahoma State-Chelf, Clint 1-0.

RECEIVING: Oklahoma-Shepard, S. 7-112; Saunders, Jalen 5-39; Green, Brannon 1-16; Clay, Brennan 1-10; Bester, L. 1-8; Hunnicutt, M. 1-8. Oklahoma State-Stewart, Josh 7-68; Seales, Jhajuan 4-36; Moore, Tracy 2-43; Smith, Jeremy 2-minus 4; Roland, Desmond 2-minus 8; Sheperd, B. 1-38; Moore, Charlie 1-27. INTERCEPTIONS: Oklahoma-Wilson, Julian 1-0. Oklahoma State-Peterson, Kevin 1-minus 8. FUMBLES: Oklahoma-Knight, Trevor 2-0. Oklahoma State-Roland, Desmond 1-1.

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Box Scores and Game Recaps Game Thirteen

Jan. 3, 2014 | AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX) Attendance: 72,690 | TV: FOX

Oklahoma State 13/13 31 MISSOURI 9/9 41 Captains: Shaun Lewis, Clint Chelf, Caleb Lavey, Deion Imade, Parker Graham ARLINGTON, Texas - Trailing by three points with one minute left in the game, Oklahoma State drove to the Missouri 23 and was in position to either tie or take the lead, but a sack by Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Year Michael Sam generated a fumble that was recovered by Shane Ray and returned 73 yards for a touchdown to cap the Tigers' wild 41-31 win over Oklahoma State in the 2014 AT&T Cotton Bowl. For the most part, both teams' respective defenses controlled the game, with Missouri holding a 17-14 lead after three quarters. The offenses got uncorked in a wild fourth quarter, however, with the two teams combining for 41 points, two ties and four lead changes in the final stanza alone. OSU quarterback Clint Chelf set an AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic record with 377 passing yards, and with 151 passing yards and 60 rushing yards coming in the fourth quarter, Chelf appeared poised to lead the Cowboys to victory on that final drive, but Sam's sack changed everything. OSU's most recognizable players were at the forefront in the game, with consensus All-America cornerback Justin Gilbert recording an interception, receiver Tracy Moore making seven catches for 100 yards (including a diving, fully-extended grab late in the game that may have been the best catch of his career), and Josh Stewart adding eight catches for 80 yards and a touchdown. Safety Daytawion Lowe broke up a career-high three passes and defensive tackle Calvin Barnett had two tackles for loss and a sack. Though the game marked the 52nd all-time meeting between the two longtime Big Eight and Big 12 rivals, it was the first in a bowl game following Missouri's move to the SEC in 2012.

Score by Quarters Oklahoma State Missouri Scoring Summary 1st 03:00 MU 01:44 OSU 2nd 10:20 MU 00:00 MU 3rd 02:10 OSU 4th 13:32 OSU 11:32 MU 09:51 OSU 06:29 MU 05:04 OSU 03:08 MU 00:55 MU

1 7 7

2 0 10

3 7 0

4 17 24

Score 31 41

Josey, Henry 3 yd run (Baggett, Andrew kick) 11-50 2:57, OSU 0 - MU 7 Stewart 40 yd pass from Chelf (Grogan kick) 5-75 1:16, OSU 7 - MU 7 Lucas, M. 24 yd pass from Mauk, Maty (Baggett kick) 6-80 3:49, OSU 7 - MU 14 Baggett, Andrew 35 yd field goal 11-62 1:35, OSU 7 - MU 17 Seales 21 yd pass from Chelf, Clint (Grogan kick) 3-33 0:44, OSU 14 - MU 17 Grogan, Ben 25 yd field goal 4-2 1:10, OSU 17 - MU 17 Josey, Henry 25 yd run (Baggett, Andrew kick) 6-60 1:51, OSU 17 - MU 24 Chelf, Clint 23 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 8-75 1:41, OSU 24 - MU 24 Baggett, Andrew 46 yd field goal 8-47 3:22, OSU 24 - MU 27 Roland, Desmond 2 yd run (Grogan, Ben kick) 7-75 1:25, OSU 31 - MU 27 Josey, Henry 16 yd run (Baggett, Andrew kick) 7-69 1:47, OSU 31 - MU 34 Ray, Shane 73 yd fumble recovery (Baggett kick) OSU 31 - MU 41

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

OSU MU 26 29 39-171 47-256 377 206 57-33-2 44-17-1 96-548 91-462 0-0 1-73 3-16 3-46 2-28 4-90 1-14 2-3 8-37.2 7-41.0 2-1 2-2 10-100 4-42 27:49 32:11 9 of 22 6 of 18 1 of 1 1 of 2 3-4 4-4 2-16 3-20

Rushing: Oklahoma State-Roland, Desmond 16-66; Chelf, Clint 10-52; Smith, Jeremy 7-43; Childs, Rennie 3-12; Stewart, Josh 2-7; TEAM 1-minus 9. Missouri-Josey, Henry 12-92; Mauk, Maty 3-73; Franklin, James 16-36; Murphy, Marcus 7-30; Hansbrough, Rus 9-25. PASSING: Oklahoma State-Chelf, Clint 33-57-2-377. Missouri-Franklin, James 15-40-1-174; Mauk, Maty 2-4-0-32. RECEIVING: Oklahoma State-Stewart, Josh 8-80; Moore, Tracy 7-100; Moore, Charlie 4-53; Ateman, Marcell 4-36; Seales, Jhajuan 3-42; Sheperd, B. 3-36; Goodlett, John 1-18; Glidden, David 1-5; Childs, Rennie 1-4; Roland, Desmond 1-3. Missouri-Green-Beckham, 4-53; Lucas, Marcus 3-46; Washington, L'D 3-40; Sasser, Bud 3-35; Josey, Henry 1-10; Hunt, Jimmie 1-8; Murphy, Marcus 1-8; Hansbrough, Rus 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: Oklahoma State-Gilbert, Justin 1-14. Missouri-Gaines, E.J. 1-2; Webb, Braylon 1-1. FUMBLES: Oklahoma State-TEAM 1-0; Chelf, Clint 1-1. Missouri-Franklin, James 2-2. SACKS (UA-A): Oklahoma State-Barnett, Calvin 1-0; Bean, Jimmy 1-0. Missouri-Ealy, Kony 2-0; Sam, Michael 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Oklahoma State-Lowe, Daytawion 6-1; Bean, Jimmy 6-1; Lavey, Caleb 6-0; Barnett, Calvin 4-2; Simmons, Ryan 5-0; Johnson, L. 5-0; Lewis, Shaun 4-1; Johnson, Tyler 3-2; Wren, Sam 3-0; Peterson, Kevin 2-1; Lampkin, Ashton 2-0; Patmon, Tyler 2-0; Gilbert, Justin 2-0; Stewart, Josh 2-0; Castleman, J. 1-1; Mitchell, Joe 1-1; Johnson, Teddy 1-0; Collins, D. 1-0; Sterns, Jordan 1-0; Jones, M. 1-0; Craig, Zack 1-0; Gary, Shamiel 0-1; Ogbah, Emmanuel 0-1; Suter, Andrew 0-1. Missouri-Wilson, Andrew 11-4; Brantley, Harol 7-0; Gaines, E.J. 6-1; Ponder, Randy 6-1; Ealy, Kony 5-1; Brothers, Kentr 4-1; Webb, Braylon 4-0; Golden, Markus 4-0; Bonner, Donovan 2-2; Gibson, John 3-0; White, Matt 3-0; Ruise, Darvin 2-1; Ray, Shane 2-1; Sam, Michael 2-1; Hoch, Matt 0-3; Singleton, Duro 1-0; Steward, Morgan 1-0; Josey, Henry 1-0; Newsom, Donavin 1-0; Burnett, Brayde 1-0; Penton, Aarion 1-0; Vincent, Lucas 1-0; Augusta, Josh 0-1.

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sTARTING lINEUPS/pLAYER cAREER sTARTS GAME-BY-GAME STARTING LINEUPS starting lineups - offense

8/31 vs. Mississippi State 9/7 at UTSA 9/14 Lamar 9/28 at West Virginia 10/5 Kansas State 10/19 TCU 10/26 at Iowa State 11/2 at Texas Tech 11/9 Kansas 11/16 at Texas 11/23 Baylor 12/7 Oklahoma 1/3 vs. Missouri

starting lineups - defense

8/31 vs. Mississippi State 9/7 at UTSA 9/14 Lamar 9/28 at West Virginia 10/5 Kansas State 10/19 TCU 10/26 at Iowa State 11/2 at Texas Tech 11/9 Kansas 11/16 at Texas 11/23 Baylor 12/7 Oklahoma 1/3 vs. Missouri

LT LG C RG RT WR WR WR RB Graham Webb Jenkins Cross Koenig C. Moore T. Moore Seales Seaton (FB) Graham Webb Jenkins Cross Grisbhy C. Moore T. Moore Seales Stewart (WR) Graham Webb Jenkins P. Lewis Grisbhy C. Moore T. Moore Seales Stewart (WR) Graham Webb Jenkins Grisbhy Koenig C. Moore T. Moore Seales Stewart (WR) Graham Webb Jenkins Grisbhy Koenig C. Moore T. Moore Seales Stewart (WR) Koenig Webb Jenkins Graham Grisbhy C. Moore T. Moore Seales Stewart (WR) Koenig Webb Jenkins Graham Garrett C. Moore T. Moore Seales Stewart (WR) Koenig Webb Jenkins Graham Garrett C. Moore T. Moore Seales Stewart (WR) Koenig Webb Jenkins Graham Grisbhy Veatch (TE) T. Moore Seales Staley (FB) Koenig Webb Jenkins Graham Grisbhy C. Moore T. Moore Seales Glidden (WR) Koenig Webb Jenkins Graham Grisbhy C. Moore T. Moore Seales Stewart (WR) Koenig Webb Jenkins Graham Garrett C. Moore Stewart Seales Staley Koenig Webb Jenkins Graham Garrett T. Moore Stewart Seales Seaton (FB)

DE DT DT DE SLB Bean Castleman Barnett Ty. Johnson Lewis Bean Castleman Barnett Ty. Johnson Lewis Bean Castleman Barnett Ty. Johnson Lewis Bean Castleman Barnett Ty. Johnson Lewis Bean Castleman Barnett Ty. Johnson Lewis Bean Castleman Barnett Ty. Johnson Lewis Bean Castleman Barnett Ty. Johnson Lewis Bean Castleman Barnett Ty. Johnson Lewis Bean Castleman Barnett Ty. Johnson Lewis Bean Castleman Barnett Ty. Johnson Lewis Bean Castleman Barnett Ty. Johnson Lewis Bean Castleman Barnett Ty. Johnson Lewis Bean Castleman Barnett Ty. Johnson Lewis

MLB WLB CB SS Lavey Simmons Peterson Gary Lavey Simmons Peterson Gary Lavey Simmons Peterson Gary Lavey Simmons Peterson Gary Lavey Simmons Peterson Gary Lavey Simmons Peterson Gary Lavey Simmons Peterson Gary Lavey Simmons Patmon Gary Lavey Simmons Peterson L. Johnson Lavey Simmons Patmon Gary Lavey Simmons Peterson Gary Lavey Simmons Peterson L. Johnson Lavey Simmons Peterson L. Johnson

RB Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Roland Roland Roland Roland Roland Roland Roland

QB Chelf Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Chelf Chelf Chelf Chelf Chelf Chelf Chelf

FS Lowe Lowe Lowe Lowe Lowe Lowe Lowe Lowe Lowe Lowe Lowe Lowe Lowe

CB Gilbert Gilbert Gilbert Gilbert Patmon Gilbert Gilbert Gilbert Patmon Gilbert Patmon Gilbert Gilbert

Career Consecutive and Total Starts Consecutive Total Player, Pos. Yr. Starts Starts Shaun Lewis, LB Sr. 45 45 Daytawion Lowe, S Sr. 39 39 Caleb Lavey, LB Sr. 39 39 Parker Graham, OL Sr. 28 31 Calvin Barnett, DT Sr. 26 26 Brandon Webb, OL Sr. 18 18 James Castleman, DT Jr. 13 24 Jake Jenkins, OL Jr. 13 14 Tyler Johnson, DE Sr. 13 13 Jimmy Bean, DE So. 13 13 Ryan Simmons, LB So. 13 13 Jhajuan Seales, WR RFr. 13 13 Daniel Koenig, OL Jr. 10 22 Clint Chelf, QB Sr. 7 13 Desmond Roland, RB Jr. 7 7 Josh Stewart, WR Jr. 3 20 Kevin Peterson, CB So. 3 12 Justin Gilbert, CB Sr. 2 36 Brandon Garrett, OL Jr. 2 4 Lyndell Johnson, S Jr. 2 3 Tracy Moore, WR Sr. 1 28 Jeremy Seaton, FB/TE So. 1 4

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|-------Starts by Year--------| 2013 2012 2011 2010 13 13 13 6 13 13 13 0 13 13 13 0 13 13 5 0 13 13 0 0 13 5 0 0 13 11 0 0 13 1 0 0 13 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 11 11 0 0 8 5 0 0 7 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 11 1 0 0 10 13 13 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 12 3 7 6 2 2 0 0

Consecutive Total Player, Pos. Yr. Starts Starts Tyler Patmon, CB Sr. 0 37 Shamiel Gary, S Sr. 0 23 Charlie Moore, WR Sr. 0 21 Kye Staley, FB Sr. 0 13 Anthony Rogers, DT Sr. 0 11 Jeremy Smith, RB Sr. 0 9 Austin Hays, WR So. 0 9 Chris Grisbhy, OL Jr. 0 8 J.W. Walsh, QB So. 0 8 Blake Jackson, WR Sr. 0 6 Travis Cross, OL So. 0 2 Devin Davis, OL So. 0 2 David Glidden, WR So. 0 1 Zac Veatch, OL RFr. 0 1 Paul Lewis, OL RFr. 0 1 Blake Webb, WR So. 0 1 Demarcus Sherod, LB So. 0 1 Joe Mitchell, LB Sr. 0 1

|-------Starts by Year--------| 2013 2012 2011 2010 5 (32 starts at Kansas) 10 13 0 0 11 10 0 0 2 5 6 0 0 2 9 0 6 0 1 2 0 9 0 0 8 0 0 0 5 3 0 0 0 6 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

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eXPLOSIVE pLAYS Passing plays - 20 yards or longer Yds 73 56 56 51 48 46 44 44 43 41 41 40 39 38 37 37 34 34 34 34 33 33 31 31 30 30 29 29 29 28 28 27 27 27 27 26 26 25 25 24 24 24 23 23 22 22 22 22 22 22 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 20 20

Connection Walsh to Stewart Chelf to T. Moore Walsh to Stewart Chelf to Ateman Stewart to Chelf Chelf to T. Moore Chelf to Seales Chelf to Seales Walsh to Seales Chelf to T. Moore Chelf to T. Moore Chelf to Stewart Chelf to Glidden Chelf to Sheperd Chelf to Seales Chelf to Sheperd Chelf to Ateman Chelf to Childs Walsh to Stewart Walsh to Seales Chelf to Seales Chelf to C. Moore Walsh to Jackson Walsh to T. Moore Chelf to C. Moore Walsh to Seaton Chelf to Seales Chelf to Ateman Walsh to Glidden Chelf to C. Moore Walsh to Stewart Chelf to C. Moore Chelf to C. Moore C. Moore to Stewart Walsh to T. Moore Chelf to C. Moore Walsh to T. Moore Chelf to Shepherd Walsh to C. Moore Chelf to C. Moore Chelf to Seales Walsh to Stewart Chelf to Ateman Chelf to T. Moore Chelf to T. Moore C. Moore to T. Moore Chelf to C. Moore Walsh to T. Moore Walsh to Jackson Walsh to C. Moore Chelf to Seals Chelf to Stewart Chelf to T. Moore Chelf to C. Moore Walsh to Ateman Chelf to Roland Walsh to Stewart Chelf to T. Moore Chelf to Stewart Chelf to Seales Walsh to Roland Chelf to Jackson

Opponent West Virginia Baylor UTSA Baylor Baylor TCU Texas Tech UTSA Kansas State Missouri Kansas Missouri Kansas Oklahoma Baylor UTSA Kansas TCU TCU Kansas State Baylor UTSA UTSA West Virginia TCU West Virginia Texas Lamar UTSA Baylor TCU Oklahoma Baylor TCU West Virginia Missouri Kansas State Baylor West Virginia Texas Texas Tech Lamar Missouri Oklahoma Missouri Baylor Kansas UTSA UTSA Lamar Missouri Oklahoma Baylor Texas UTSA UTSA Mississippi St. Oklahoma Oklahoma TCU Lamar UTSA

Running plays - 20 yards or longer Result of Pass Touchdown Touchdown 1st and 10 at UTSA 18 1st and 10 at BU 20 1st and Goal at BU 5 1st and 10 at TCU 17 1st and Goal at TTU 1 1st and 10 at UTSA 44 1st and Goal at KSU 2 1st and 10 at MU 28 1st and 10 at KU 23 Touchdown 1st and Goal at KU 4 1st and 10 at OU 37 1st and 10 at BU 43 1st and 10 at UTSA 40 1st and 10 at KU 13 1st and 10 at TCU 30 1st and 10 at TCU 16 1st and 10 at KSU 30 Touchdown Touchdown 1st and 10 at UTSA 22 1st and 10 at WVU 13 1st and 10 at TCU 45 Touchdown 1st and 10 at UT 14 1st and 10 at Lamar 16 1st and Goal at UTSA 4 1st and 10 at OSU 29 1st and 10 at TCU 42 1st and 10 at OU 48 1st and 10 at OSU 47 1st and Goal at TCU 7 Touchdown 1st and 10 at OSU 46 1st and 10 at KSU 37 1st and 10 at BU 12 1st and 10 at WVU 33 1st and 10 at UT 43 1st and Goal at TTU 4 1st and Goal at Lamar 7 1st and 10 at MU 49 1st and Goal at OU 5 1st and 10 at MU 34 1st and Goal at BU 4 1st and 10 at KU 36 1st and 10 at UTSA 21 Touchdown 1st and Goal at Lamar 1 Touchdown 1st and 10 at OU 48 1st and 10 at 50 Touchdown 1st and 10 at UTSA 39 Touchdown 1st and 10 at MSU 32 1st and 10 at OU 28 1st and 10 at OU 14 1st and Goal at TCU 7 1st and 10 at Lamar 12 1st and 10 at UTSA 24

Result of Drive Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Field Goal Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Punt Touchdown Fumble Interception Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Missed FG Missed FG Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Punt Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Punt Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Fumble Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Punt Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Interception Punt Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Blocked FG Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown

Yds 67 58 51 46 32 32 32 30 29 29 25 23 23 23 23 23 22 22 22 21 20 20 20

Rusher Clint Chelf Desmond Roland Desmond Roland J.W. Walsh Clint Chelf Clint Chelf Desmond Roland Rennie Childs Jeremy Smith Desmond Roland Jeremy Smith Clint Chelf Clint Chelf Desmond Roland Jeremy Smith Jeremy Smith Clint Chelf Rennie Childs Desmond Roland Jeremy Smith Clint Chelf Jeremy Smith Desmond Roland

Opponent Texas Tech Iowa State Oklahoma Mississippi St. Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Baylor Baylor Texas Missouri Missouri Missouri Oklahoma Baylor Texas Tech Texas Texas Tech West Virginia Mississippi St. Kansas Mississippi St. Mississippi St.

Result of Rush Touchdown Touchdown 1st and Goal at OU 8 1st and 10 at MSST 14 1st and 10 at ISU 27 1st and 10 at ISU 36 1st and 10 at ISU 26 1st and 10 at OSU 44 1st and 10 at BU 39 1st and 10 at UT 46 1st and 10 at 50 1st and 10 at MU 26 Touchdown 1st and 10 at OU 48 1st and 10 at BU 29 1st and Goal at TTU 9 1st and 10 at UT 18 1st and 10 at OSU 47 1st and 10 at WVU 48 1st and 10 at OSU 39 1st and 10 at the OSU 27 Touchdown 1st and 10 at MSU 34

Result of Drive Touchdown Touchdown Downs Touchdown Touchdown Downs Interception Touchdown Touchdown Interception Touchdown Fumble Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Punt Touchdown Punt Touchdown Touchdown

Result of Return Touchdown 1st and 10 at TCU 47 1st and 10 at OSU 41 1st and 10 at OSU 41 1st and 10 at OSU 34 1st and 10 at ISU 15

Result of Drive Touchdown Touchdown Punt Missed FG Touchdown Touchdown

Result of Return Touchdown Touchdown 1st and 10 at TTU 11 1st and 10 at Lamar 16 1st and 10 at WVU 44 1st and 10 at TCU 35

Result of Drive Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Missed FG Interception

Kick returns - 30 yards or longer Yds 100 50 41 40 32 30

Returner Justin Gilbert Brandon Sheperd Justin Gilbert Desmond Roland Brandon Sheperd Charlie Moore

Opponent Kansas TCU Texas West Virginia Kansas State Iowa State

Punt returns - 20 yards or longer Yds 95 67 46 41 36 29

Returner Josh Stewart Josh Stewart Josh Stewart Josh Stewart Josh Stewart Josh Stewart

Opponent TCU Lamar Texas Tech Lamar West Virginia TCU

Interception/fumble returns - 20 yards or longer Yds 78 72 54 43 38 35 31 27 24 23

Returner Tyler Patmon Daytawion Lowe Tyler Johnson Justin Gilbert Kevin Peterson Justin Gilbert Justin Gilbert Ryan Simmons Shaun Lewis Caleb Lavey

Opponent Baylor Kansas State Iowa State Texas Kansas TCU Iowa State UTSA Kansas State Texas

Result of Return Touchdown 1st and Goal at KSU 7 Touchdown Touchdown 1st and 10 at KU 34 1st and 10 at TCU 26 Touchdown 1st and 10 at UTSA 32 1st and 10 at KSU 17 1st and 10 at UT 21

Result of Drive Touchdown End of Game Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown Downs Touchdown Touchdown Field Goal Touchdown

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SCORING sUMMARY Aug. 31 vs. Mississippi State

Qtr. Time

Plays Yds. Elapsed

sept. 7 at utsa

Qtr. Time

Plays Yds. Elapsed

J.W. Walsh, 3 yd run Jeremy Smith, 1 yd run Jeremy Smith, 20 yd run

Jhajuan Seales, 10 yd pass from J.W. Walsh Brandon Sheperd, 19 yd pass from J.W Walsh Josh Stewart, 10 yd pass from J.W. Walsh J.W. Walsh, 4 yd run Jeremy Smith, 1 yd run Blake Jackson, 22 yd pass from J.W. Walsh Charlie Moore, 33 yd pass from Clint Chelf Desmond Roland, 21 yd pass from Clint Chelf

sept. 14 vs. Lamar

Desmond Roland, 1 yd run Jeremy Smith, 4 yd run Jeremy Smith, 1 yd run Ben Grogan, 39 yd field goal Jeremy Smith, 1 yd run Josh Stewart, 67 yd punt return Blake Jackson, 2 yd pass from J.W. Walsh Clint Chelf, 8 yd run Blake Webb, 16 yd pass from Clint Chelf

1 1 2 2 2 3 4 4

2:16 10:41 14:33

9:59 2:14 11:22 4:53 0:56 9:47 10:11 5:27

Qtr. Time 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 4

9:09 6:58 0:35 9:12 3:34 11:47 8:23 6:01 7:34

6 11 9

8 7 7 6 4 9 5 10

69 75 82

65 78 63 80 32 72 73 72

1:33 4:19 2:18

2:49 2:08 1:40 1:38 1:37 3:33 2:04 3:57

Plays Yds. Elapsed 10 9 11 8 3 - 7 4 8

57 64 69 31 16 - 54 21 94

2:46 1:32 3:15 1:59 0:39 2:20 1:18 3:22

sept. 28 at West Virginia

Qtr. Time

Plays Yds. Elapsed

Oct. 5 vs. Kansas State

Qtr. Time

Plays Yds. Elapsed

Josh Stewart, 73 yd pass from J.W. Walsh Tracy Moore, 27 yd pass from J.W. Walsh Jeremy Seaton, 30 yd pass from J.W. Walsh

Jeremy Smith, 2 yd run Ben Grogan, 30 yd field goal J.W. Walsh, 3 yd run Ben Grogan, 34 yd field goal Ben Grogan, 23 yd field goal Charlie Moore, 6 yd pass from J.W. Walsh Ben Grogan, 28 yd field goal

Oct. 19 vs. TCU

Josh Stewart, 95 yd punt return Ben Grogan, 28 yd field goal Desmond Roland, 3 yd run Rennie Childs, 7 yd run

Oct. 26 At Iowa State

Desmond Roland, 2 yd run Justin Gilbert, 31 yd interception return Charlie Moore, 8 yd pass from Clint Chelf Desmond Roland. 6 yd run Ben Grogan, 22 yd field goal Desmond Roland, 58 yd run Tyler Johnson, 54 yd fumble return Desmond Roland, 3 yd run Jeremy Smith, 1 yd run

2 3 4

1 2 3

1 2 2 3 3 4 4

8:32 8:15 11:35

1:06 12:04 0:50 4:40 2:44 4:13 2:24

Qtr. Time 1 2 2 4

4:00 8:34 6:03 6:04

Qtr. Time 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 4 4

11:02 10:20 5:45 14:57 8:32 6:38 4:17 10:28 4:59

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3 8 7 4 4 6 4

85 76 58

66 47 64 5 0 75 6

1:30 2:21 1:22

0:41 2:46 1:55 0:53 0:46 1:56 1:32

Nov. 2 At Texas Tech

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Plays Yds. Elapsed

Nov. 9 vs. Kansas

Qtr. Time

Plays Yds. Elapsed

Nov. 16 AT Texas

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Plays Yds. Elapsed

Nov. 23 vs. Baylor

Qtr. Time

Plays Yds. Elapsed

Dec. 7 vs. Oklahoma

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Plays Yds. Elapsed

Jan. 3 vs. Missouri

Qtr. Time

Plays Yds. Elapsed

Tracy Moore, 6 yd pass from Clint Chelf Desmond Roland, 1 yd run Desmond Roland, 1 yd run Jeremy Seaton, 1 yd pass from Clint Chelf Desmond Roland, 3 yd run Clint Chelf, 67 yd run Clint Chelf, 8 yd run Ben Grogan, 41 yd field goal

Justin Gilbert, 100 yd kickoff return Desmond Roland, 3 yd run Desmond Roland, 19 yd pass from Clint Chelf Tracy Moore, 4 yd pass from Clint Chelf Tracy Moore, 11 yd pass from Clint Chelf Jeremy Smith, 15 yd run

Clint Chelf, 18 yd run Clint Chelf, 4 yd run Tracy Moore, 12 yd pass from Clint Chelf Justin Gilbert, 43 yd interception return Ben Grogan, 39 yd field goal Charlie Moore, 21 yd pass from Clint Chelf

Kye Staley, 2 yd run Charlie Moore, 12 yd pass from Clint Chelf Tracy Moore, 56 yd pass from Clint Chelf Kye Staley, 1 yd run Clint Chelf, 4 yd run Tyler Patmon, 78 yd fumble return Jhajuan Seales, 33 yd pass from Clint Chelf

Desmond Roland, 1 yd run Ben Grogan, 41 yd field goal Desmond Roland, 15 yd pass from Clint Chelf Desmond Roland, 1 yd run

1 1 1 2 3 3 3 4

1 1 2 2 4 4

1 2 2 2 3 3

1 2 3 3 3 4 4

1 2 3 4

7:17 6:04 4:09 10:22 9:58 7:50 1:44 10:43

14:47 8:28 9:25 0:15 14:00 8:45

9:09 7:31 1:15 0:18 7:16 1:54

3:07 4:28 13:23 10:10 0:13 9:58 3:01

4:00 8:40 13:18 1:46

10 3 4 11 4 3 9 7

- 7 4 11 6 3

7 5 6 - 11 1

7 5 4 6 6 - 9

10 5 6 7

84 45 15 75 11 68 75 32

- 34 80 80 59 63

72 42 67 - 53 21

99 80 76 80 68 - 91

99 17 82 89

3:33 0:37 0:46 4:27 1:58 0:46 2:47 2:50

1:34 1:16 1:51 1:26 1:17

2:02 1:46 2:18 4:02 0:06

3:28 1:52 1:37 1:36 2:05 5:49

3:49 1:34 1:32 2:41

Plays Yds. Elapsed - 7 3 4

- 51 37 47

2:06 1:08 1:35

Plays Yds. Elapsed 10 - 7 5 9 2 - 4 4

58 - 43 59 53 67 - 21 15

Josh Stewart, 40 yd pass from Clint Chelf Jhajuan Seales, 21 yd pass from Clint Chelf Ben Grogan, 25 yd field goal Clint Chelf, 23 yd run Desmond Roland, 2 yd run

1 3 4 4 4

1:44 2:10 13:32 9:51 5:04

5 3 4 8 7

75 33 2 75 75

1:16 0:44 1:10 1:41 1:25

3:11 1:22 0:27 3:43 0:35 1:13 2:05

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sCORING Drive Superlatives scoring drive superlatives Longest Touchdown Plays 100 Justin Gilbert kickoff return vs. Kansas 95 Josh Stewart punt return vs. TCU 78 Tyler Patmon fumble return vs. Baylor 73 J.W. Walsh pass to Josh Stewart at West Virginia 67 Clint Chelf run at Texas Tech 67 Josh Stewart punt return vs. Lamar 58 Desmond Roland run at Iowa State 56 Clint Chelf pass to Tracy Moore vs. Baylor 54 Tyler Johnson fumble return at Iowa State 43 Justin Gilbert interception return at Texas 40 Clint Chelf pass to Josh Stewart vs. Missouri 33 Clint Chelf pass to Jhajuan Seales vs. Baylor 33 Clint Chelf pass to Charlie Moore at UTSA 31 Justin Gilbert interception return vs. Iowa State 30 J.W. Walsh pass to Jeremy Seaton at West Virginia 27 J.W. Walsh pass to Tracy Moore at West Virginia 23 Clint Chelf run vs. Missouri 22 J.W. Walsh pass to Blake Jackson at UTSA 21 Clint Chelf pass to Jhajuan Seals vs. Missouri 21 Clint Chelf pass to Charlie Moore at Texas 21 Clint Chelf pass to Desmond Roland at UTSA 20 Jeremy Smith run vs. Mississippi State Fewest Plays 1 play, 21 yds (TD) 2 plays, 67 yds (TD) 3 plays, 68 yds (TD) 3 plays, 66 yds (TD) 3 plays, 63 yds (TD) 3 plays, 45 yds (TD) 3 plays, 37 yds (TD) 3 plays, 33 yds (TD) 3 plays, 16 yds (TD) 4 plays, 80 yds (TD) 4 plays, 76 yds (TD) 4 plays, 58 yds (TD) 4 plays, 47 yds (TD) 4 plays, 32 yds (TD) 4 plays, 21 yds (TD) 4 plays, 21 yds (TD) 4 plays, 15 yds (TD) 4 plays, 15 yds (TD) 4 plays, 11 yds (TD) 4 plays, 6 yds (FG) 4 plays, 5 yds (FG) 4 plays, 2 yds (FG) 4 plays, 0 yds (FG) 5 plays, 85 yds (TD) 5 plays, 80 yds (TD) 5 plays, 75 yds (TD) 5 plays, 73 yds (TD) 5 plays, 59 yds (TD) 5 plays, 42 yds (TD) 5 plays, 17 yds (FG) Least Time Elapsed 0:06 - 1 play, 21 yds (TD) 0:27 - 5 plays, 59 yds (TD) 0:35 - 2 plays, 67 yds (TD) 0:37 - 3 plays, 45 yds (TD) 0:39 - 3 plays, 16 yds (TD) 0:41 - 3 plays, 66 yds (TD) 0:44 - 3 plays, 33 yards (TD) 0:46 - 3 plays, 68 yds (TD) 0:46 - 4 plays, 15 yds (TD) 0:46 - 4 plays, 0 yds (FG) 0:53 - 4 plays, 5 yds (FG) 1:08 - 3 plays, 37 yds (TD) 1:10 - 4 plays, 2 yards (FG) 1:13 - 4 plays, 21 yds (TD) 1:16 - 5 plays, 75 yards (TD) 1:16 - 4 plays, 80 yds (TD) 1:17 - 3 plays, 63 yds (TD) 1:18 - 4 plays, 21 yds (TD) 1:22 - 4 plays, 58 yds (TD) 1:22 - 7 plays, 43 yds (TD) 1:25 - 7 plays, 75 yards (TD) 1:26 - 6 plays, 59 yds (TD) 1:30 - 5 plays, 85 yds (TD) 1:32 - 6 plays, 82 yds (TD) 1:32 - 9 plays, 64 yds (TD) 1:32 - 4 plays, 6 yds (FG) 1:33 - 6 plays, 69 yds (TD) 1:34 - 7 plays, 34 yds (TD)

at Texas at Iowa State at Texas Tech vs. Kansas State vs. Kansas at Texas Tech vs. TCU vs. Missouri vs. Lamar vs. Kansas vs. Baylor at West Virginia vs. TCU at UTSA vs. Lamar at Iowa State at Texas Tech at Iowa State at Texas Tech vs. Kansas State vs. Kansas State vs. Missouri vs. Kansas State at West Virginia vs. Baylor vs. Missouri at UTSA at Iowa State at Texas vs. Oklahoma at Texas at Iowa State at Iowa State at Texas Tech vs Lamar vs. Kansas State vs. Missouri at Texas Tech at Texas Tech vs. Kansas State vs. Kansas State vs. TCU vs. Missouri at Iowa State vs. Missouri vs. Kansas vs. Kansas vs. Lamar at West Virginia at Iowa State vs. Missouri vs. Kansas at West Virginia vs. Oklahoma vs. Lamar vs. Kansas State vs. Mississippi State vs. Kansas

1:34 - 5 plays, 17 yds (FG) 1:35 - 4 plays, 47 yds (TD) 1:36 - 6 plays, 80 yds (TD) 1:37 - 4 plays, 76 yds (TD) 1:37 - 4 plays, 32 yds (TD) 1:38 - 6 plays, 80 yds (TD) 1:40 - 7 plays, 63 yds (TD) 1:41 - 8 plays, 75 yards (TD) 1:46 - 5 plays, 42 yds (TD) 1:51 - 11 plays, 80 yds (TD) 1:52 - 5 plays, 80 yds (TD) 1:55 - 7 plays, 64 yds (TD) 1:56 - 6 plays, 75 yds (TD) 1:58 - 4 plays, 11 yds (TD) 1:59 - 8 plays, 31 yds (FG) Most Yards Covered 99 yds (TD) 99 yds (TD) 94 yds (TD) 91 yds (TD) 89 yds (TD) 85 yds (TD) 84 yds (TD) 82 yds (TD) 82 yds (TD) 80 yds (TD) 80 yds (TD) 80 yds (TD) 80 yds (TD) 80 yds (TD) 78 yds (TD) 76 yds (TD) 76 yds (TD) 75 yds (TD) 75 yds (TD) 75 yds (TD) 75 yds (TD) 75 yds (TD) 75 yds (TD) 75 yds (TD) 73 yds (TD) 72 yds (TD) 72 yds (TD) 72 yds (TD) Most Plays 11 plays, 80 yds (TD) 11 plays, 75 yds (TD) 11 plays, 75 yds (TD) 11 plays, 69 yds (TD) 11 plays, 53 yds (FG) 10 plays, 99 yds (TD) 10 plays, 84 yds (TD) 10 plays, 72 yds (TD) 10 plays, 58 yds (TD) 10 plays, 57 yds (TD) 9 plays, 91 yds (TD) 9 plays, 82 yds (TD) 9 plays, 75 yds (TD) 9 plays, 72 yds (TD) 9 plays, 64 yds (TD) 9 plays, 53 yds (FG) 8 plays, 94 yds (TD) 8 plays, 76 yds (TD) 8 plays, 75 yds (TD) 8 plays, 65 yds (TD) 8 plays, 47 yds (FG) 8 plays, 31 yds (FG) Most Time Elapsed 5:49 - 9 plays, 91 yds (TD) 4:27 - 11 plays, 75 yds (TD) 4:19 - 11 plays, 75 yds (TD) 4:02 - 11 plays, 53 yds (FG) 3:57 - 10 plays, 72 yds (TD) 3:49 - 10 plays, 99 yds (TD) 3:43 - 9 plays, 53 yds (FG) 3:33 - 10 plays, 84 yds (TD) 3:33 - 9 plays, 72 yds (TD) 3:28 - 7 plays, 99 yds (TD) 3:22 - 8 plays, 94 yds (TD) 3:15 - 11 plays, 69 yds (TD) 3:11 - 10 plays, 58 yds (TD)

vs. Oklahoma vs. TCU vs. Baylor vs. Baylor at UTSA at UTSA at UTSA vs. Missouri at Texas vs. Kansas vs. Baylor vs. Kansas State vs. Kansas State at Texas Tech vs. Lamar vs. Oklahoma vs. Baylor vs. Lamar vs. Baylor vs. Oklahoma at West Virginia at Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma vs. Mississippi State vs. Baylor vs. Baylor vs. Kansas vs. Kansas at UTSA at UTSA vs. Baylor at West Virginia vs. Missouri vs. Missouri vs. Missouri at Texas Tech at Texas Tech vs. Kansas State vs. Mississippi State at UTSA at Texas at UTSA at UTSA vs. Kansas at Texas Tech vs. Mississippi State vs. Lamar at Texas vs. Oklahoma at Texas Tech at UTSA at Iowa State vs. Lamar vs. Baylor vs. Mississippi State at Texas Tech at UTSA vs. Lamar at Iowa State vs. Lamar at West Virginia vs. Missouri at UTSA vs. Kansas State vs. Lamar vs. Baylor at Texas Tech vs. Mississippi State at Texas at UTSA vs. Oklahoma at Iowa State at Texas Tech at UTSA vs. Baylor vs. Lamar vs. Lamar at Iowa State

scoring drive analysis

Oklahoma State

Opponent

TD

FG

TD

FG

Negative Yards

0

0

0

0

0-9 yards

0

4

0

2

10-19 yards

4

1

1

2

20-29 yards

3

0

0

0

30-39 yards

4

2

0

0

40-49 yards

4

1

1

2

50-59 yards

6

3

4

3

60-69 yards

12

0

7

6

70-79 yards

14

0

7

1

80-89 yards

10

0

3

1

90-99 yards

4

0

1

0

game-opening drives

-------- Oklahoma State -------- Plays Yards

TOP

Result

------------ Opponent ------------ Plays Yards

TOP

Result

vs. Mississippi St. 3

9

1:08

Punt

13

57

6:22

FG

at UTSA

8

65

2:49

TD

3

4

2:12

Punt

Lamar

10

57

2:46

TD

7

32

3:05

Downs

at West Virginia

5

14

2:31

Punt

5

29

2:27

Punt

Kansas State

7

30

3:30

Punt

11

38

8:12

Punt

TCU

9

22

3:02

Interception

3

7

1:28

Punt

at Iowa State

10

58

3:11

TD

3

2

0:47

Punt

at Texas Tech

5

13

1:35

Punt

3

2

0:57

Punt

Kansas*

5

25

2:25

Punt

4

19

2:04

Punt

at Texas

3

9

1:32

Punt

6

17

2:17

Punt

Baylor

9

33

4:21

Downs

8

27

2:31

Punt

Oklahoma

4

-5

1:21

Punt

6

13

2:44

Punt

vs. Missouri

5

19

1:40

Punt

4

32

1:44

Interception

*Oklahoma State scored on the opening kickoff of the Kansas game. second half-opening drives

-------- Oklahoma State -------- Plays Yards

TOP

Result

------------ Opponent ------------ Plays Yards

TOP

Result

vs. Mississippi St. 11

75

4:19

Touchdown

3

9

2:08

Punt

at UTSA

3

5

0:45

Punt

3

-3

0:55

Punt

Lamar

5

11

1:08

Punt

4

17

2:05

Punt

at West Virginia

4

58

1:26

Touchdown

3

5

1:57

Punt

Kansas State

2

7

0:51

Fumble

11

79

6:40

Touchdown

TCU

5

31

2:07

Punt

11

69

4:16

Downs

at Iowa State

6

44

1:23

Interception

3

3

1:22

Punt

at Texas Tech

5

20

1:56

Punt

3

4

1:08

Punt

Kansas

7

30

2:00

Punt

3

5

2:06

Punt

at Texas

11

53

4:02

Field Goal

10

84

3:42

Field Goal

Baylor

4

76

1:37

Touchdown

5

42

1:37

Downs

Oklahoma

6

82

1:32

Touchdown

1

0

0:10

Interception

vs. Missouri

6

32

2:23

Punt

8

26

2:53

Punt

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Cowboys in the Big 12 and Ncaa Statistical Rankings tEAM Stats

Individual Stats

Big 12 NCAA Category Actual Rank Rank Scoring Offense

39.1

2

14

Scoring Defense

21.6

1

19

Total Offense

448.8

3

37

Total Defense

384.9

5

52

Rushing Offense

171.9

5

63

Rushing Defense

142.4

4

32

Pass Offense

276.8

3

29

Pass Defense

242.5

9

79

Pass Efficiency

132.67

4

55

Pass Efficiency Defense

104.56

1

6

Kickoff Returns

22.9

4

37

Punt Return Average

13.6

2

11

Interceptions

21

1

3

Net Punting

34.9

8

103

Kickoff Coverage

40.8

1

NR

Field Goal Kicking Pct.

61.1

10

NR

PAT Kicking Pct.

98.5

3

NR

Sacks Per Game

1.92

6

66

Fewest Sacks Allowed Per Game

1.08

1

9

First Downs Per Game

22.08

3

NR

Opponent First Downs Per Game

22.08

10

NR

3rd Down Conversion Pct.

39

6

79

Oppt. 3rd Down Conv. Pct.

31

1

7

4th Down Conversion Pct.

45.5

6

76

Oppt. 4th Down Conv. Pct.

50.0

7

53

Yards Penalized

60.0

8

102

Opponent Yards Penalized

56.6

4

NR

Time of Possession

26:44

10

116

Turnover Margin

1.2

1

4

Red Zone Scoring Pct.

87.5

5

27

Red Zone Scoring Pct. Defense

71.1

1

7

NR: NCAA does not track national rankings in this category.

5 Josh Stewart - WR Actual All-Pupose Yards Per Game 95.33 Punt Return Touchdowns 2 Punt Return Average 16.7 Receptions Per Game 5.0 Receiving Yards Per Game 58.6

Big 12 Rank 10 1 1 6 7

NCAA Rank 2 4 66 -

Big 12 45 Caleb Lavey - LB Actual Rank Interceptions 4 5 Interceptions Per Game 0.3 5 Forced Fumbles Per Game Total Tackles Per Game 7.2 10 Solo Tackles Per Game Tackles For a Loss Per Game

NCAA Rank 39 55

10 Clint Chelf - QB Actual Completion Percentage 56.4 Completions Per Game 13.67 Pass Efficiency 132.7 Passing Touchdowns 17 Passing Yards 2,169 Passing Yards Per Game 180.8 Passing Yards Per Completion 13.23 Points Responsible For 144 Points Responsible For Per Game 12.0 Total Offense Per Game 211.8

Big 12 Rank 6 4 4 4 5 4 3 2 3 4

NCAA Rank 87 84 63 60 74 78 28 49 49 66

91 James Castleman - DT Actual Fumbles Recovered 2

Big 12 Rank 6

NCAA Rank 34

8 Daytawion Lowe - S Actual Solo Tackles Per Game 5.3

Big 12 Rank 7

NCAA Rank 37

11 Shaun Lewis - LB Actual Fumbles Recovered 2

Big 12 Rank 6

NCAA Rank 34

4 J.W. Walsh - QB Actual Passing Touchdowns 9

Big 12 Rank 9

NCAA Rank -

35 Kip Smith - P Actual Punting Average 39.6

Big 12 Rank 10

NCAA Rank 84

19 Ben Grogan - K Actual Field Goals Per Game 0.8 Scoring Per Game 7.7 Points Responsible For 100 Points Responsible For Per Game 7.7

Big 12 Rank 9 6 9 10

NCAA Rank 86 50 -

31 Jeremy Smith - RB Actual Rushing Touchdowns 9

Big 12 Rank 7

NCAA Rank 77

Big 12 40 TYler Johnson - DE Actual Rank Forced Fumbles Per Game

NCAA Rank

26 Desmond Roland - RB Actual Rushing Touchdowns 13 Rushing Yards 811 Rushing Yards Per Game 62.4 Scoring Per Game 7.4 Points Responsible For 96

Big 12 Rank 2 8 8 7 10

NCAA Rank 31 83 65 -

4 Justin Gilbert - CB Actual Interceptions 7 Interceptions Per Game 0.5 Kickoff Return Average 25.2 Kickoff Return Touchdowns 1

NCAA Rank 2 4 27 8

27 Lyndell Johnson - S Actual Fumbles Recovered 2

Big 12 Rank 6

NCAA Rank 34

87 Tracy Moore - WR Actual Receving Touchdowns 6 Receiving Yards 738 Receiving Yards Per Game 56.8

Big 12 Rank 12 7 8

NCAA Rank 94 -

Big 12 Rank 1 1 5 1

-

- Player does not rank in the NCAA top 100.

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2013 Statistics Results DATE Aug 31, 2013 Sep 7, 2013 Sep 14, 2013 * Sep 28, 2013 * Oct 05, 2013 * Oct 19, 2013 * Oct 26, 2013 * Nov 02, 2013 * Nov 09, 2013 * Nov 16, 2013 * Nov 23, 2013 * Dec 07, 2013 Jan 3, 2014 * Big 12 Game

OPPONENT vs Mississippi State at UTSA LAMAR at West Virginia KANSAS STATE TCU at Iowa State at #15 Texas Tech KANSAS at #23 Texas #3 BAYLOR #18 OKLAHOMA vs #8 Missouri

W/L W W W L W W W W W W W L L

SCORE 21-3 56-35 59-3 21-30 33-29 24-10 58-27 52-34 42-6 38-13 49-17 24-33 31-41

Team Statistics OSU SCORING 508 Points Per Game 39.1 FIRST DOWNS 287 Rushing 107 Passing 153 Penalty 27 RUSHING YARDAGE 2235 Yards gained rushing 2477 Yards lost rushing 242 Rushing Attempts 503 Average Per Rush 4.4 Average Per Game 171.9 TDs Rushing 35 PASSING YARDAGE 3599 Comp-Att-Int 280-484-13 Average Per Pass 7.4 Average Per Catch 12.9 Average Per Game 276.8 TDs Passing 26 TOTAL OFFENSE 5834 Total Plays 987 Average Per Play 5.9 Average Per Game 448.8 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 38-871 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 30-408 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 21-337 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 22.9 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 13.6 INT RETURN AVERAGE 16.0 FUMBLES-LOST 13-5 PENALTIES-Yards 87-780 Average Per Game 60.0 PUNTS-Yards 82-3201 Average Per Punt 39.0 Net punt average 34.9 KICKOFFS-Yards 92-5520 Average Per Kick 60.0 Net kick average 40.8 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 26:44 3RD-DOWN Conversions 76/196 3rd-Down Pct 39% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 5/11 4th-Down Pct 45% SACKS BY-Yards 25-158 MISC YARDS 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 68 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 11-18 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES (56-64) 88% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (48-64) 75% PAT-ATTEMPTS (67-68) 99% ATTENDANCE 354754 Games/Avg Per Game 6/59126 Neutral Site Games SCORE BY QUARTERS Oklahoma State Opponents

1st 140 58

2nd 124 77

3rd 131 30

ATTEND 35874 40977 59061 57280 58841 59638 56800 61836 58476 99739 60218 58520 72690

OPP 281 21.6 287 115 143 29 1851 2228 377 508 3.6 142.4 11 3153 290-541-21 5.8 10.9 242.5 16 5004 1049 4.8 384.9 66-1237 19-199 13-140 18.7 10.5 10.8 25-12 91-736 56.6 89-3758 42.2 36.5 58-3468 59.8 36.2 33:16 72/229 31% 15/30 50% 14-80 142 33 17-23 0-2 (32-45) 71% (20-45) 44% (30-31) 97% 316632 5/63326 2/54282 4th 113 116

Rushing Roland, Desmond Smith, Jeremy Chelf, Clint Walsh, J.W. Childs, Rennie Stewart, Josh Staley, Kye Muncrief, Caleb Sheperd, B. Seales, Jhajuan Moore, Tracy TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

GP 13 13 12 8 9 12 11 5 13 13 13 11 13 13

Att 176 122 63 58 41 10 9 6 2 1 1 14 503 508

Passing Chelf, Clint Walsh, J.W. Moore, Charlie Stewart, Josh Total.......... Opponents......

G 12 8 13 12 13 13

Effic 132.75 128.77 305.80 503.20 132.67 104.56

Gain 847 525 458 317 200 53 32 18 13 11 3 0 2477 2228

Loss 36 40 85 23 11 4 0 0 1 0 0 42 242 377

Net 811 485 373 294 189 49 32 18 12 11 3 -42 2235 1851

Avg 4.6 4.0 5.9 5.1 4.6 4.9 3.6 3.0 6.0 11.0 3.0 -3.0 4.4 3.6

TD 13 9 7 3 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 35 11

Long 58 29 67 46 30 15 7 5 13 11 3 0 67 51

Avg/G 62.4 37.3 31.1 36.8 21.0 4.1 2.9 3.6 0.9 0.8 0.2 -3.8 171.9 142.4

Cmp-Att-Int 164-291-8 113-190-5 2-2-0 1-1-0 280-484-13 290-541-21

Pct 56.4 59.5 100.0 100.0 57.9 53.6

Yds 2169 1333 49 48 3599 3153

TD 17 9 0 0 26 16

Lng 56 73 27 48 73 69

Avg/G 180.8 166.6 3.8 4.0 276.8 242.5

Receiving Stewart, Josh Moore, Tracy Seales, Jhajuan Moore, Charlie Ateman, Marcell Glidden, David Sheperd, B. Smith, Jeremy Roland, Desmond Jackson, Blake Seaton, Jeremy Childs, Rennie Goodlett, John Webb, Blake Chelf, Clint Curry, C.J. Hays, Austin Total.......... Opponents......

G 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 5 12 9 13 3 12 7 1 13 13

No. 60 51 39 35 22 15 14 11 9 6 6 4 3 2 1 1 1 280 290

Yds 703 738 571 468 276 173 223 37 83 98 56 49 32 26 48 10 8 3599 3153

Avg 11.7 14.5 14.6 13.4 12.5 11.5 15.9 3.4 9.2 16.3 9.3 12.2 10.7 13.0 48.0 10.0 8.0 12.9 10.9

TD 3 6 3 5 0 0 1 0 3 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 26 16

Long 73 56 44 33 51 39 38 17 21 31 30 34 18 16 48 10 8 73 69

Total Offense Chelf, Clint Walsh, J.W. Roland, Desmond Smith, Jeremy Childs, Rennie Stewart, Josh Moore, Charlie Staley, Kye Muncrief, Caleb Sheperd, B. Seales, Jhajuan Moore, Tracy TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G 12 8 13 13 9 12 13 11 5 13 13 13 11 13 13

Plays 354 248 176 122 41 11 2 9 6 2 1 1 14 987 1049

Rush 373 294 811 485 189 49 0 32 18 12 11 3 -42 2235 1851

Pass 2169 1333 0 0 0 48 49 0 0 0 0 0 0 3599 3153

Total 2542 1627 811 485 189 97 49 32 18 12 11 3 -42 5834 5004

Avg/G 211.8 203.4 62.4 37.3 21.0 8.1 3.8 2.9 3.6 0.9 0.8 0.2 -3.8 448.8 384.9

Avg/G 58.6 56.8 43.9 36.0 21.2 13.3 17.2 2.8 6.4 19.6 4.7 5.4 2.5 8.7 4.0 1.4 8.0 276.8 242.5

Total 508 281

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2013 Statistics

Scoring Grogan, Ben Roland, Desmond Smith, Jeremy Chelf, Clint Moore, Tracy Moore, Charlie Stewart, Josh Seales, Jhajuan Walsh, J.W. Gilbert, Justin Staley, Kye Jackson, Blake Seaton, Jeremy Webb, Blake Childs, Rennie Sheperd, B. Patmon, Tyler Johnson, Tyler Total.......... Opponents......

TD 0 16 9 7 6 5 5 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 68 33

Punt Returns Stewart, Josh Glidden, David Moore, Charlie Branson, Derek Total.......... Opponents......

No. 22 5 2 1 30 19

Yds 368 11 6 23 408 199

Avg 16.7 2.2 3.0 23.0 13.6 10.5

TD 2 0 0 0 2 1

Long 95 9 12 0 95 64

Interceptions Gilbert, Justin Lavey, Caleb Lewis, Shaun Peterson, Kevin Lowe, Daytawion Patmon, Tyler Craig, Zack Simmons, Ryan Total.......... Opponents......

No. 7 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 21 13

Yds 123 34 44 30 72 0 7 27 337 140

Avg 17.6 8.5 14.7 15.0 36.0 0.0 7.0 27.0 16.0 10.8

TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

Long 43 23 24 38 72 0 7 27 72 58

Kick Returns Gilbert, Justin Roland, Desmond Sheperd, B. Seales, Jhajuan Moore, Charlie Johnson, Teddy Ramacher, D. Stewart, Josh Total.......... Opponents......

No. 18 7 5 3 2 1 1 1 38 66

Yds 453 155 141 48 31 16 3 24 871 1237

Avg 25.2 22.1 28.2 16.0 15.5 16.0 3.0 24.0 22.9 18.7

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Long 100 40 50 23 30 16 3 24 100 69

Fumble Returns Johnson, Tyler Patmon, Tyler Total.......... Opponents......

No. 1 1 2 2

Yds 54 78 132 76

Avg 54.0 78.0 66.0 38.0

TD 1 1 2 3

Long 54 78 78 73

FGs 11-18 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-18 17-23

|------ PATs ------| Kick Rush Rcv 67-68 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 67-68 0-0 0 30-31 0-0 1

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Pass 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Points 100 96 54 42 36 30 30 18 18 18 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 508 281

All-Purpose Stewart, Josh Roland, Desmond Moore, Tracy Seales, Jhajuan Gilbert, Justin Smith, Jeremy Moore, Charlie Chelf, Clint Sheperd, B. Walsh, J.W. Ateman, Marcell Childs, Rennie Glidden, David Jackson, Blake Lowe, Daytawion Seaton, Jeremy Lewis, Shaun Lavey, Caleb Staley, Kye Goodlett, John Peterson, Kevin Simmons, Ryan Webb, Blake Branson, Derek Muncrief, Caleb Johnson, Teddy Curry, C.J. Hays, Austin Craig, Zack Ramacher, D. TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 8 13 9 13 5 13 12 13 13 11 13 12 13 3 7 5 13 7 1 13 12 11 13 13

Field Goals FGM-FGA Grogan, Ben 11-18

Rush 49 811 3 11 0 485 0 373 12 294 0 189 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 0 -42 2235 1851

Pct 01-19 61.1 0-0

Field Goal Sequence Mississippi State UTSA Lamar West Virginia Kansas State TCU Iowa State Texas Tech Kansas Texas Baylor Oklahoma Missouri

Rec 703 83 738 571 0 37 468 48 223 0 276 49 173 98 0 56 0 0 0 32 0 0 26 0 0 0 10 8 0 0 0 3599 3153

PR 368 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 408 199

KOR 24 155 0 48 453 0 31 0 141 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 3 0 871 1237

IR 0 0 0 0 123 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 72 0 44 34 0 0 30 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 337 140

20-29 5-6

30-39 4-7

40-49 2-5

50-99 0-0

Oklahoma State 49 - (39) 44,23 (30),43,(34),(23),(28) (28),31,32 (22) (41) - (39) - (41) 34,(25)

Tot 1144 1049 741 630 576 522 505 421 376 294 276 238 184 98 72 56 44 34 32 32 30 27 26 23 18 16 10 8 7 3 -42 7450 6580

Lg 41

Avg/G 95.3 80.7 57.0 48.5 44.3 40.2 38.8 35.1 28.9 36.8 21.2 26.4 14.2 19.6 5.5 4.7 3.4 2.6 2.9 2.5 2.5 2.1 8.7 3.3 3.6 1.2 1.4 8.0 0.5 0.2 -3.8 573.1 506.2

Blk 2

OPPONENTS (40),32 31,59 (44) (45),50,34,(27),(34) (35) (32),(26) 32,(40),(29) (39),(27) (29) (21),(39) (35),(46)

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. Punting Smith, Kip Reichenstein, M TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

No. 79 2 1 82 89

Yds 3132 64 5 3201 3758

Avg 39.6 32.0 5.0 39.0 42.2

Long 62 32 5 62 65

TB 7 0 0 7 5

FC 30 0 0 30 26

I20 24 1 0 25 24

Blkd 1 0 0 1 2

Kickoffs Smith, Kip Grogan, Ben King, Kevin Total.......... Opponents......

No. 90 1 1 92 58

Yds 5404 58 58 5520 3468

Avg 60.0 58.0 58.0 60.0 59.8

TB 21 0 0 21 20

OB 2 1 0 3 2

Retn

Net

YdLn

1237 871

40.8 36.2

24 28

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2013 Statistics Defensive Stats

|-------Tackles-------|

|-Sacks-|

|---Pass Def---|

|-Fumbles-|

Blkd

GP

Solo

Ast

Total

TFL/Yds

No-Yards

Int-Yds

BrUp

QBH

Rcv-Yds

FF

Kick

Saf

45

Lavey, Caleb

13

70

23

93

13.0-43

2.5-23

4-34

3

.

1-0

3

.

.

8

Lowe, Daytawion

13

73

14

87

2.0-3

.

2-72

7

.

.

1

.

.

11

Lewis, Shaun

13

56

17

73

8.0-28

0.5-4

3-44

5

1

2-0

2

.

.

52

Simmons, Ryan

13

50

17

67

9.0-28

1.0-6

1-27

2

3

1-0

.

.

.

27

Johnson, L.

13

44

10

54

4.5-10

.

.

3

2

2-0

.

.

.

40

Johnson, Tyler

13

35

17

52

9.5-42

4.0-31

.

1

5

1-54

3

.

.

7

Gary, Shamiel

11

39

8

47

2.0-4

.

.

9

.

.

.

.

.

29

Mitchell, Joe

13

32

14

46

3.0-15

1.0-5

.

1

1

1-0

2

.

.

4

Gilbert, Justin

13

37

5

42

.

.

7-123

7

1

.

.

.

.

92

Bean, Jimmy

13

21

13

34

9.5-36

4.5-24

.

.

3

.

.

.

.

91

Castleman, J.

13

24

9

33

5.0-14

1.0-3

.

1

.

2-0

1

2

.

99

Barnett, Calvin

13

18

14

32

9.0-24

3.5-15

.

1

5

.

1

.

.

2F

Patmon, Tyler

13

28

2

30

4.0-12

.

1-0

9

.

1-78

1

.

.

1

Peterson, Kevin

12

20

4

24

3.0-13

.

2-30

4

.

.

.

.

.

6

Lampkin, Ashton

13

19

5

24

.

.

.

1

.

.

.

.

.

23

Craig, Zack

13

17

6

23

1.0-9

1.0-9

1-7

3

.

.

.

1

.

89

Wren, Sam

13

12

10

22

2.0-7

0.5-0

.

.

.

.

1

.

. .

38

Ogbah, Emmanuel

13

15

5

20

5.5-29

4.0-28

.

.

4

1-0

.

.

24

Jones, M.

13

13

1

14

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

32

Catlin, Kris

11

10

3

13

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

1H

Imade, Deion

13

10

3

13

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

1C

Sterns, Jordan

12

10

3

13

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

. .

1J

Jacobs, Seth

6

8

3

11

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

90

Clark, Trace

13

4

6

10

1.5-3

.

.

1

1

.

.

.

.

39

Johnson, Teddy

13

7

2

9

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

5H

Hautau, Ofa

12

6

2

8

2.0-8

1.0-3

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

36

Ramacher, D.

12

3

3

6

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

98

Collins, D.

13

3

1

4

.

.

.

1

1

.

.

.

.

94

Rogers, Anthony

9

1

3

4

1.0-7

1.0-7

.

.

1

.

.

.

.

16

Robertson, D.

8

3

1

4

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

8I

Rockwell, Nick

13

1

1

2

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

. .

53

Suter, Andrew

13

1

1

2

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

44

Seaton, Jeremy

12

2

.

2

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

88

May, Taylor

2

.

2

2

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

87

Moore, Tracy

13

2

.

2

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

20

Stephens, Larry

1

1

1

2

0.5-1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

5

Stewart, Josh

12

2

.

2

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

26

Roland, Desmond

13

1

.

1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

35

Smith, Kip

13

1

.

1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

81

Seales, Jhajuan

13

1

.

1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

. .

63

Cruse, Deonte

1

1

.

1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

17

Moore, Charlie

13

1

.

1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

10

Chelf, Clint

12

1

.

1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

13

Glidden, David

13

.

1

1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

97

Davis, Eric

4

1

.

1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

67

Garrett, B.

11

1

.

1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

9X

Tshimanga, J.

1

1

.

1

.

.

.

.

1

.

.

.

.

1B

Jeffcoat, E.

1

1

.

1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

1G

Sumpter, Steve

2

.

.

.

.

.

.

1

.

.

.

.

.

46

Branson, Derek

7

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

1

.

Total..........

13

707

230

937

95-336

25-158

21-337

60

29

12-132

15

4

.

Opponents......

13

639

261

900

71.0-202

14-80

13-140

52

26

5-76

6

4

.

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2013 Statistics Game-by-Game Passing

#10 Chelf, Clint Mississippi State UTSA Lamar Kansas State TCU Iowa State Texas Tech Kansas Texas Baylor Oklahoma Missouri TOTALS

Att 6 16 6 2 25 26 34 37 22 25 35 57 291

Comp 3 11 6 0 10 10 18 19 16 19 19 33 164

Int 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 2 8

Pct 50.0 68.8 100.0 0.0 40.0 38.5 52.9 51.4 72.7 76.0 54.3 57.9 56.4

Yards 11 192 90 0 178 78 211 265 197 370 200 377 2169

TD 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 3 2 3 1 2 17

Long 7 44 29 0 46 16 44 41 29 56 38 41 56

Sack 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 3 9

Yds 0 9 0 0 7 0 0 4 0 20 7 20 67

Effic 65.4 210.8 281.0 0.0 91.8 68.7 112.7 138.3 168.9 239.9 106.0 118.0 132.7

#4 Walsh, J.W. Mississippi State UTSA Lamar West Virginia Kansas State TCU Iowa State Kansas TOTALS

Att 27 27 30 47 38 18 1 2 190

Comp 18 24 17 20 24 9 0 1 113

Int 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 5

Pct 66.7 88.9 56.7 42.6 63.2 50.0 0.0 50.0 59.5

Yards 135 326 181 322 245 115 0 9 1333

TD 0 4 1 3 1 0 0 0 9

Long 21 56 24 73 43 34 0 9 73

Sack 0 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 5

Yds 0 1 0 6 4 2 0 0 13

Effic 108.7 239.2 111.7 112.7 126.0 81.4 0.0 87.8 128.8

#17 Moore, Charlie TCU Baylor TOTALS

Att 1 1 2

Comp 1 1 2

Int 0 0 0

Pct 100.0 100.0 100.0

Yards 27 22 49

TD 0 0 0

Long 27 22 27

Sack 0 0 0

Yds 0 0 0

Effic 326.8 284.8 305.8

#5 Stewart, Josh Baylor TOTALS

Att 1 1

Comp 1 1

Int 0 0

Pct 100.0 100.0

Yards 48 48

TD 0 0

Long 48 48

Sack 0 0

Yds 0 0

Effic 503.2 503.2

Game-by-Game Rushing RUSHING No-Yds/TD Roland, Desmond 176-811/13 Smith, Jeremy 122-485/9 Chelf, Clint 63-373/7 Walsh, J.W. 58-294/3 Childs, Rennie 41-189/1 Stewart, Josh 10-49/0 Staley, Kye 9-32/2 Muncrief, Caleb 6-18/0 Sheperd, B. 2-12/0 Seales, Jhajuan 1-11/0 Moore, Tracy 1-3/0 TEAM 14--42/0

MSST 10-46/0 15-102/2 - 13-125/1 DNP 2-13/0 DNP - - - - DNP

UTSA 5-26/0 12-34/1 4-8/0 5-12/1 1-4/0 - DNP 2-9/0 1--1/0 - - 2--5/0

LAMAR 9-17/1 10-40/3 3-23/1 7-45/0 5-11/0 2-13/0 - 2-6/0 - - - -

WVU 7-46/0 15-1/0 DNP 16-52/0 DNP 2-12/0 - DNP - - - DNP

KSU 2-1/0 11-56/1 - 11-31/1 DNP - - DNP - - - 1--3/0

TCU 3-11/1 12-14/0 5-9/0 5-19/0 9-45/1 - - DNP - - - 1--3/0

ISU 26-219/4 7-21/1 9-85/0 1-10/0 2--1/0 - - DNP - 1-11/0 - 1--3/0

TTU 31-96/3 5-28/0 6-88/2 DNP 9-70/0 2-4/0 - DNP - - - 2--5/0

KU 16-44/1 4-23/1 3-17/0 - 4-4/0 - - 2-3/0 - - - 2--6/0

UT 19-59/0 5-10/0 10-95/2 DNP 4-9/0 DNP 1-7/0 - - - 1-3/0 -

BU 11-36/0 12-71/0 8--20/1 DNP 4-35/0 - 7-25/2 DNP 1-13/0 - - 3--6/0

OU 21-144/2 7-42/0 5-16/0 DNP DNP - 1-0/0 DNP - - - 1--2/0

MU 16-66/1 7-43/0 10-52/1 DNP 3-12/0 2-7/0 DNP 1--9/0

Game-by-Game Receiving RECEIVING No-Yds/TD Moore, Tracy 51-738/6 Stewart, Josh 60-703/3 Seales, Jhajuan 39-571/3 Moore, Charlie 35-468/5 Ateman, Marcell 22-276/0 Sheperd, B. 14-223/1 Glidden, David 15-173/0 Jackson, Blake 6-98/2 Roland, Desmond 9-83/3 Seaton, Jeremy 6-56/2 Childs, Rennie 4-49/0 Chelf, Clint 1-48/0 Smith, Jeremy 11-37/0 Goodlett, John 3-32/0 Webb, Blake 2-26/1 Curry, C.J. 1-10/0 Hays, Austin 1-8/0

MSST 4-38/0 4-39/0 1-14/0 4-18/0 1-6/0 - 1-12/0 1-9/0 1-3/0 - DNP - 4-7/0 - - DNP DNP

UTSA 2-28/0 5-97/1 7-87/1 3-43/1 4-40/0 4-73/1 2-40/0 3-73/1 1-21/1 1-6/0 1--3/0 - 1-3/0 - 1-10/0 - DNP

LAMAR 1-11/0 3-49/0 3-22/0 4-48/0 3-46/0 1-14/0 1-6/0 2-16/1 1-20/0 - 1-14/0 - 1-1/0 - 1-16/1 - 1-8/0

WVU 5-89/1 7-127/1 4-40/0 1-25/0 1-6/0 - 1-5/0 - - 1-30/1 DNP DNP - - DNP DNP DNP

KSU 6-52/0 2-20/0 4-87/0 1-6/1 2-10/0 3-28/0 1-14/0 DNP - 2-9/0 DNP - 1-5/0 2-14/0 DNP DNP DNP

TCU 5-77/0 10-141/0 1-20/0 3-48/0 - - - DNP - DNP 1-34/0 - - - DNP DNP DNP

ISU 3-37/0 3-10/0 2-15/0 2-16/1 - - - DNP - - - - - - DNP - DNP

TTU 3-37/1 6-27/0 3-78/0 1-12/0 2-25/0 - 1-14/0 DNP - 1-1/1 - - 1-17/0 - DNP DNP DNP

KU 6-77/2 - 1-11/0 1-22/0 3-53/0 1-9/0 6-73/0 DNP 1-19/1 - - - - - DNP 1-10/0 DNP

UT 2-23/1 DNP 3-45/0 6-83/1 1-3/0 - - DNP 2-25/0 1-10/0 - - 1-8/0 - DNP - DNP

BU 5-126/1 5-45/0 3-74/1 4-67/1 1-51/0 1-25/0 1-4/0 - - - - 1-48/0 - - DNP - DNP

OU 2-43/0 7-68/0 4-36/0 1-27/0 - 1-38/0 - DNP 2--8/1 - DNP - 2--4/0 - DNP - DNP

MU 7-100/0 8-80/1 3-42/1 4-53/0 4-36/0 3-36/0 1-5/0 DNP 1-3/0 1-4/0 1-18/0 DNP DNP DNP

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2013 Statistics Game-by-Game Tackles TOTAL TACKLES

UA-A

TOT

MSST

UTSA

LAMAR

WVU

KSU

TCU

ISU

TTU

KU

UT

BU

OU

MU

Lavey, Caleb

70-23

93

2-9

2-2

6-0

11-1

6-1

3-2

7-3

4-0

8-1

6-2

5-1

4-1

6-0

Lowe, Daytawion

73-14

87

6-1

5-1

6-2

5-0

1-0

3-3

3-3

11-0

4-0

5-2

10-0

8-1

6-1

Lewis, Shaun

56-17

73

3-4

1-2

2-0

4-0

7-1

5-0

2-1

5-0

5-1

4-6

8-0

6-1

4-1

Simmons, Ryan

50-17

67

1-2

3-1

2-1

4-2

2-1

4-0

7-4

7-1

2-1

5-2

2-0

6-2

5-0

Johnson, L.

44-10

54

1-3

2-1

-

3-0

3-0

1-1

1-1

9-0

7-1

4-2

2-0

6-1

5-0

Johnson, Tyler

35-17

52

1-5

2-4

1-1

1-0

6-1

3-1

2-0

3-0

4-0

4-1

2-1

3-1

3-2

Gary, Shamiel

39-8

47

6-4

0-2

3-0

9-0

6-0

5-0

6-1

3-0

DNP

-

1-0

DNP

0-1

Mitchell, Joe

32-14

46

0-1

0-1

5-1

2-0

2-0

2-1

5-2

4-0

4-1

3-4

2-1

2-1

1-1

Gilbert, Justin

37-5

42

2-1

2-0

2-0

2-0

3-0

4-1

2-1

3-0

3-0

7-2

2-0

3-0

2-0

Bean, Jimmy

21-13

34

0-3

0-3

-

1-1

3-1

2-2

4-0

1-0

-

2-1

1-1

1-0

6-1

Castleman, J.

24-9

33

2-0

0-1

1-0

3-2

2-0

1-0

1-3

3-0

4-1

2-1

2-0

2-0

1-1

Barnett, Calvin

18-14

32

1-3

0-4

2-0

0-1

2-0

0-1

4-0

1-0

3-2

1-0

-

0-1

4-2

Patmon, Tyler

28-2

30

-

1-0

1-0

1-0

1-0

2-1

1-0

6-0

-

7-1

6-0

-

2-0

Lampkin, Ashton

19-5

24

-

3-1

1-1

-

3-1

-

1-1

2-0

0-1

3-0

3-0

1-0

2-0

Peterson, Kevin

20-4

24

2-0

3-1

-

1-0

2-0

0-2

-

DNP

4-0

-

6-0

-

2-1 1-0

Craig, Zack

17-6

23

1-0

4-3

1-0

2-0

-

1-0

0-1

3-1

1-0

2-0

-

1-1

Wren, Sam

12-10

22

0-1

-

1-1

2-3

0-1

1-2

-

-

3-0

1-1

0-1

1-0

3-0

Ogbah, Emmanuel

15-5

20

2-1

0-1

2-0

0-1

-

1-0

3-0

2-0

1-0

2-0

2-0

0-1

0-1

Jones, M.

13-1

14

1-1

5-0

1-0

1-0

1-0

-

-

-

2-0

-

1-0

-

1-0

Catlin, Kris

10-3

13

-

1-2

7-0

-

-

1-1

-

-

1-0

DNP

-

-

DNP

Imade, Deion

10-3

13

1-1

3-0

0-1

1-0

-

2-0

-

1-0

1-0

-

0-1

1-0

-

Sterns, Jordan

10-3

13

DNP

3-1

0-1

-

1-0

1-0

-

-

1-0

-

2-0

1-1

1-0 DNP

Jacobs, Seth

8-3

11

DNP

1-1

4-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

1-2

1-0

1-0

-

DNP

DNP

Clark, Trace

4-6

10

0-2

2-1

0-1

-

-

-

2-1

-

-

0-1

-

-

-

Johnson, Teddy

7-2

9

0-1

1-0

2-0

1-0

-

-

1-1

-

-

-

1-0

-

1-0

Hautau, Ofa

6-2

8

0-1

DNP

2-0

2-0

2-0

-

-

-

-

-

-

0-1

-

Ramacher, D.

3-3

6

DNP

-

2-0

-

-

-

0-2

-

1-0

-

-

0-1

-

Collins, D.

3-1

4

1-0

-

-

0-1

-

-

-

1-0

-

-

-

-

1-0

Robertson, D.

3-1

4

-

2-1

-

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

-

-

1-0

-

-

DNP

Rogers, Anthony

1-3

4

0-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

-

1-0

-

0-1

0-1

-

-

-

Stephens, Larry

1-1

2

1-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

Stewart, Josh

2-0

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

DNP

-

-

2-0

Suter, Andrew

1-1

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1-0

0-1

Rockwell, Nick

1-1

2

-

1-0

-

-

-

-

0-1

-

-

-

-

-

-

May, Taylor

0-2

2

DNP

-

0-2

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

Seaton, Jeremy

2-0

2

-

-

1-0

-

-

DNP

1-0

-

-

-

-

-

-

Moore, Tracy

2-0

2

-

-

-

1-0

-

-

1-0

-

-

-

-

-

-

Glidden, David

0-1

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

0-1

-

-

-

Garrett, B.

1-0

1

1-0

-

-

DNP

DNP

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Chelf, Clint

1-0

1

-

-

-

DNP

-

-

-

1-0

-

-

-

-

DNP

Cruse, Deonte

1-0

1

DNP

DNP

1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

Smith, Kip

1-0

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1-0

-

Jeffcoat, E.

1-0

1

DNP

DNP

1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP DNP

Tshimanga, J.

1-0

1

DNP

DNP

1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

Roland, Desmond

1-0

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1-0

-

-

Davis, Eric

1-0

1

DNP

-

1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

-

DNP

DNP

-

DNP

Moore, Charlie

1-0

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1-0

-

-

-

-

-

Seales, Jhajuan

1-0

1

-

-

-

-

-

1-0

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

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2013 Statistics Individual Game-by-Game All-Purpose Yards

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Stewart, Josh Roland, Desmond Moore, Tracy Seales, Jhajuan Gilbert, Justin Smith, Jeremy Moore, Charlie Chelf, Clint Sheperd, B. Walsh, J.W. Ateman, Marcell Childs, Rennie Glidden, David Jackson, Blake Lowe, Daytawion Seaton, Jeremy Lewis, Shaun Lavey, Caleb Goodlett, John Staley, Kye Peterson, Kevin Simmons, Ryan Webb, Blake Branson, Derek Muncrief, Caleb Johnson, Teddy Curry, C.J. Hays, Austin Craig, Zack Ramacher, D. TEAM

TOTAL 1144 1049 741 630 576 522 505 421 376 294 276 238 184 98 72 56 44 34 32 32 30 27 26 23 18 16 10 8 7 3 -42

Individual Game-by-Game Sacks

SACKS Bean, Jimmy Johnson, Tyler Ogbah, Emmanuel Barnett, Calvin Lavey, Caleb Mitchell, Joe Simmons, Ryan Castleman, J. Rogers, Anthony Hautau, Ofa Craig, Zack Lewis, Shaun Wren, Sam

UA-A 4-1 3-2 4-0 3-1 2-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1

TOT 4.5 4.0 4.0 3.5 2.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5 0.5

MSST 59 49 38 14 45 109 18 - - 125 6 DNP 12 9 - - - - - DNP - - - DNP - - DNP DNP 7 DNP -

MSST - 0.5-2 1.0-8 0.5-2 0.5-4 - - 1.0-3 - - - 0.5-4 -

Individual Game-by-Game Tackles For Loss

TACKLES FOR LOSS Lavey, Caleb Johnson, Tyler Bean, Jimmy Barnett, Calvin Simmons, Ryan Lewis, Shaun Ogbah, Emmanuel Castleman, J. Johnson, L. Patmon, Tyler Peterson, Kevin Mitchell, Joe Gary, Shamiel Lowe, Daytawion Wren, Sam Hautau, Ofa Clark, Trace Craig, Zack Rogers, Anthony Stephens, Larry

UA-A 12-2 8-3 8-3 7-4 8-2 7-2 5-1 5-0 4-1 4-0 3-0 3-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 0-1

TOT 13.0 9.5 9.5 9.0 9.0 8.0 5.5 5.0 4.5 4.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 0.5

MSST 2.0-7 1.5-4 0.5-0 1.0-2 0.5-1 2.0-7 1.0-8 1.0-3 - - - - - 1.0-2 - - - - - 0.5-1

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UTSA 104 47 28 87 86 37 44 8 87 12 40 1 40 73 - 6 4 - - DNP - 27 10 DNP 9 - - DNP - - -5

LAMAR 176 37 11 22 21 41 48 23 14 45 46 25 8 16 - - - - - - - - 16 - 6 - - 8 - - -

WVU 199 108 89 40 20 1 25 DNP - 52 6 DNP 5 - - 30 - - - - - - DNP DNP DNP - DNP DNP - - -

KSU 18 1 52 87 21 61 6 - 104 31 10 DNP 14 DNP 72 9 24 3 14 - - - DNP DNP DNP - DNP DNP - - -3

TCU 265 11 77 20 79 14 48 9 50 19 - 79 - DNP - DNP - 8 - - - - DNP - DNP - DNP DNP - - -3

ISU 25 219 37 26 48 21 46 85 - 10 - -1 - DNP - - - - - - - - DNP - DNP - - DNP - - -3

TTU 94 119 37 78 - 45 12 88 - DNP 25 70 14 DNP - 1 16 - - - DNP - DNP 23 DNP - DNP DNP - - -5

KU - 92 77 11 100 23 22 17 9 - 53 4 82 DNP - - - - - - 38 - DNP - 3 - 10 DNP - - -6

UT DNP 102 26 45 84 18 83 95 - DNP 3 9 - DNP - 10 - 23 - 7 - - DNP - - - - DNP - - -

BU 45 36 126 122 - 71 61 28 38 DNP 51 35 4 - - - - - - 25 - - DNP - DNP - - DNP - 3 -6

OU 68 159 43 36 30 38 27 16 38 DNP - DNP - DNP - - - - - - -8 - DNP DNP DNP 16 - DNP - - -2

MU 91 69 100 42 42 43 65 52 36 DNP 36 16 5 DNP 18 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP -9

UTSA 0.5-3 0.5-2 - - 1.0-7 - - - DNP DNP - - -

LAMAR - - - 1.0-4 - - - - DNP - - - 0.5-0

WVU - - - - - - - - DNP 1.0-3 - - -

KSU 1.0-1 2.0-19 - - - - - - DNP - - - -

TCU 1.0-3 1.0-8 - - - - - - - - - - -

ISU - - - - 1.0-12 - 1.0-6 - 1.0-7 - - - -

TTU - - 1.0-7 - - - - - - - - - -

KU - - - 1.0-2 - 1.0-5 - - - - 1.0-9 - -

UT - - 1.0-8 - - - - - - - - - -

BU 1.0-8 - 1.0-5 - - - - - - - - - -

OU - - - - - - - - - - - - -

MU 1.0-9 1.0-7 -

UTSA 1.0-7 1.0-4 0.5-3 1.0-1 1.0-2 - - - - - 1.0-6 - - - - DNP 0.5-1 - DNP DNP

LAMAR 1.0-3 - - 2.0-5 - - - - - 1.0-5 - 1.0-5 - - - 1.0-5 - - DNP DNP

WVU 1.0-4 - - - - 1.0-9 - 1.0-3 - - - - 1.0-3 - - 1.0-3 - - DNP DNP

KSU 2.0-2 2.0-19 1.0-1 - - 1.0-3 - - - - - - - - - - - - DNP DNP

TCU - 3.0-11 1.0-3 - - - - - - - - - - - 1.0-3 - - - - DNP

ISU 2.0-16 - - 2.0-5 2.0-13 - 1.0-1 1.0-1 1.0-3 1.0-1 - - 1.0-1 - - - 1.0-2 - 1.0-7 DNP

TTU 2.0-2 - - - 3.0-7 1.0-1 1.0-7 1.0-2 - 1.0-1 DNP - - 1.0-1 - - - - - DNP

KU - - - 1.0-2 - 1.0-2 - - 3.0-6 - 1.0-4 2.0-10 DNP - - - - 1.0-9 - DNP

UT - 1.0-2 1.5-3 - 0.5-0 2.0-6 1.0-8 1.0-5 - - - - - - 1.0-4 - - - - DNP

BU 1.0-1 - 1.0-8 - 1.0-3 - 1.0-5 - - 1.0-5 1.0-3 - - - - - - - - DNP

OU 1.0-1 - 1.0-4 - 1.0-2 - 0.5-0 - 0.5-1 - - - DNP - - - - - - DNP

MU 1.0-2 3.0-14 2.0-9 DNP

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2013 Statistics Individual Game-by-Game Fumbles No-Lost MSST Chelf, Clint 3-1 - Walsh, J.W. 3-1 - Smith, Jeremy 3-2 1-0 TEAM 2-0 DNP Stewart, Josh 1-0 - Roland, Desmond 1-1 -

UTSA - - - - - -

LAMAR - - - - - -

WVU DNP 1-0 1-1 DNP - -

KSU - 1-1 - - - -

TCU - 1-0 1-1 - - -

ISU - - - - 1-0 -

TTU 1-0 DNP - - - -

KU - - - 1-0 - -

UT - DNP - - DNP -

BU 1-0 DNP - - - -

OU - DNP - - - 1-1

MU 1-1 DNP 1-0 -

Individual Game-by-Game Fumbles Forced Number MSST UTSA Johnson, Tyler 3 - - Lavey, Caleb 3 - - Lewis, Shaun 2 - - Mitchell, Joe 2 - - Castleman, J. 1 - - Wren, Sam 1 - - Patmon, Tyler 1 - - Barnett, Calvin 1 - - Lowe, Daytawion 1 - -

LAMAR - - - - - 1 - - -

WVU - - - - - - - - -

KSU 1 1 1 - - - - - -

TCU 1 - - - - - - - -

ISU - - - 1 - - - 1 -

TTU - - 1 - - - 1 - 1

KU - - - 1 - - - - -

UT 1 - - - - - - - -

BU - 1 - - 1 - - - -

OU - 1 - - - - - - -

MU -

Individual Game-by-Game Fumbles Recovered Number MSST UTSA Lewis, Shaun 2 - - Johnson, L. 2 - - Castleman, J. 2 - - Johnson, Tyler 1 - - Mitchell, Joe 1 - - Ogbah, Emmanuel 1 - - Simmons, Ryan 1 - - Lavey, Caleb 1 - - Patmon, Tyler 1 - -

LAMAR - - - - 1 - - - -

WVU - - - - - - - - -

KSU 1 - - - - 1 - - -

TCU - - - - - - - 1 -

ISU - 1 - 1 - - - - -

TTU - 1 - - - - - - -

KU - - - - - - - - -

UT - - - - - - - - -

BU 1 - 1 - - - - - 1

OU - - - - - - - - -

MU 1 1 -

Individual Game-by-Game PUNT RETURNS No-Yds MSST Stewart, Josh 22-368 2-7 Branson, Derek 1-23 DNP Glidden, David 5-11 - Moore, Charlie 2-6 -

UTSA 1-7 DNP 1-0 -

LAMAR 3-114 - 1-2 -

WVU 3-36 DNP - -

KSU 1--2 DNP - -

TCU 2-124 - - -

ISU 3-15 - - -

TTU 4-63 1-23 - -

KU 1-0 - 3-9 -

UT DNP - - -

BU - - - 1--6

OU - DNP - -

MU 2-4 DNP 1-12

Individual Game-by-Game KICK RETURNS No-Yds MSST Gilbert, Justin 18-453 2-45 Roland, Desmond 7-155 - Sheperd, B. 5-141 - Seales, Jhajuan 3-48 - Moore, Charlie 2-31 - Stewart, Josh 1-24 - Johnson, Teddy 1-16 - Ramacher, D. 1-3 DNP

UTSA 4-86 - 1-15 - 1-1 - - -

LAMAR 1-21 - - - - - - -

WVU 1-20 2-62 - - - 1-24 - -

KSU 1-21 - 3-76 - - - - -

TCU 2-44 - 1-50 - - - - -

ISU 1-17 - - - 1-30 - - -

TTU - 1-23 - - - - - -

KU 1-100 2-29 - - - - - -

UT 1-41 1-18 - - - DNP - -

BU - - - 3-48 - - - 1-3

OU 2-30 1-23 - - - - 1-16 -

MU 2-28 -

Individual Game-by-Game Interception RETURNS No-Yds MSST UTSA Gilbert, Justin 7-123 1-0 - Lavey, Caleb 4-34 - - Lewis, Shaun 3-44 - 1-4 Peterson, Kevin 2-30 - - Lowe, Daytawion 2-72 - - Craig, Zack 1-7 1-7 - Simmons, Ryan 1-27 - 1-27 Patmon, Tyler 1-0 - -

LAMAR - - - - - - - -

WVU 1-0 - - - - - - 1-0

KSU - 1-3 1-24 - 1-72 - - -

TCU 1-35 1-8 - - 1-0 - - -

ISU 1-31 - - - - - - -

TTU - 1-0 1-16 DNP - - - -

KU - - - 1-38 - - - -

UT 2-43 1-23 - - - - - -

BU - - - - - - - -

OU - - - 1--8 - - - -

MU 1-14 -

Individual Game-by-Game Fumble RETURNS No-Yds MSST UTSA Patmon, Tyler 1-78 - - Johnson, Tyler 1-54 - -

LAMAR - -

WVU - -

KSU - -

TCU - -

ISU - 1-54

TTU - -

KU - -

UT - -

BU 1-78 -

OU - -

MU -

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2013 Statistics

Date Aug 31, 2013 Sep 7, 2013 Sep 14, 2013 Sep 28, 2013 Oct 05, 2013 Oct 19, 2013 Oct 26, 2013 Nov 02, 2013 Nov 09, 2013 Nov 16, 2013 Nov 23, 2013 Dec 07, 2013 Jan 3, 2014

Opponent vs Mississippi State at UTSA LAMAR at West Virginia KANSAS STATE TCU at Iowa State at Texas Tech KANSAS at Texas BAYLOR OKLAHOMA vs Missouri

|---RUSHING---| No. Yds TD 40 286 3 32 87 2 38 155 5 40 111 0 25 85 2 35 95 2 47 342 5 55 281 5 31 85 2 40 183 2 46 154 3 35 200 2 39 171 2

Lg 46 15 12 22 16 16 58 67 20 29 30 51 25

No. 21 35 23 20 24 20 10 18 20 16 21 19 33

Totals Opponent

503 508

67 51

280 3599 290 3153

Date Aug 31, 2013 Sep 7, 2013 Sep 14, 2013 Sep 28, 2013 Oct 05, 2013 Oct 19, 2013 Oct 26, 2013 Nov 02, 2013 Nov 09, 2013 Nov 16, 2013 Nov 23, 2013 Dec 07, 2013 Jan 3, 2014

Opponent vs Mississippi State at UTSA LAMAR at West Virginia KANSAS STATE TCU at Iowa State at Texas Tech KANSAS at Texas BAYLOR OKLAHOMA vs Missouri

|---------TACKLES---------| |-SACKS-| Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yds 35 46 81 11.0-35 4.0-23 47 34 81 6.0-24 2.0-12 59 12 71 6.0-23 1.5-4 57 12 69 5.0-22 1.0-3 53 7 60 6.0-25 3.0-20 43 18 61 5.0-17 2.0-11 56 28 84 13.0-50 3.0-25 72 2 74 10.0-21 1.0-7 60 10 70 9.0-33 3.0-16 59 28 87 8.0-28 1.0-8 59 6 65 6.0-25 2.0-13 48 14 62 4.0-8 0.0-0 59 13 72 6.0-25 2.0-16

|-FUMBLE-| FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 2-7 0 0-0 2-31 1 1-0 0-0 0 0-0 2-0 3 2-0 3-99 1 1-0 3-43 2 2-54 1-31 3 1-0 2-16 1 0-0 1-38 1 0-0 3-66 2 3-78 0-0 1 0-0 1--8 0 2-0 1-14

Totals Opponent

707 639

15 6

Date Aug 31, 2013 Sep 7, 2013 Sep 14, 2013 Sep 28, 2013 Oct 05, 2013 Oct 19, 2013 Oct 26, 2013 Nov 02, 2013 Nov 09, 2013 Nov 16, 2013 Nov 23, 2013 Dec 07, 2013 Jan 3, 2014

Opponent vs Mississippi State at UTSA LAMAR at West Virginia KANSAS STATE TCU at Iowa State at Texas Tech KANSAS at Texas BAYLOR OKLAHOMA vs Missouri

No 6 4 3 10 4 5 7 7 9 6 6 7 8

Yds 271 158 94 379 158 179 293 242 392 249 228 260 298

|------------------PUNTING------------------| Avg Long Blkd TB FC 45.2 54 0 0 2 39.5 52 0 0 2 31.3 41 0 0 2 37.9 50 0 0 5 39.5 54 0 0 1 35.8 40 0 1 2 41.9 62 0 1 1 34.6 49 1 1 0 43.6 54 0 2 4 41.5 60 0 0 3 38.0 49 0 2 1 37.1 49 0 0 3 37.2 46 0 0 4

50+ 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0

I20 4 2 2 4 1 1 2 1 0 3 2 1 2

Totals Opponent

82 89

3201 3758

39.0 42.2

8 20

25 24

2235 1851

230 261

35 11

937 900

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95.0-336 71.0-202

62 65

|--RECEIVING--| Yds TD 146 0 518 6 271 2 322 3 245 1 320 0 78 1 211 2 274 3 197 2 440 3 200 1 377 2 26 16

25.5-158 14.5-80

1 2

7 5

|-------PASSING-------| Lg Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Lg 21 21-33-0 146 0 21 56 35-43-0 518 6 56 29 23-36-1 271 2 29 73 20-47-2 322 3 73 43 24-40-0 245 1 43 46 20-44-3 320 0 46 16 10-27-1 78 1 16 44 18-34-2 211 2 44 41 20-39-0 274 3 41 29 16-22-1 197 2 29 56 21-27-0 440 3 56 38 19-35-1 200 1 38 41 33-57-2 377 2 41

|--KICK RET--| No Yds TD 2 45 0 6 102 0 1 21 0 4 106 0 4 97 0 3 94 0 2 47 0 1 23 0 3 129 1 2 59 0 4 51 0 4 69 0 2 28 0

|--PUNT RET--| Lg No Yds TD Lg 24 2 7 0 6 23 2 7 0 7 21 4 116 1 67 40 3 36 0 36 32 1 -2 0 0 50 2 124 1 95 30 3 15 0 8 23 5 86 0 46 100 4 9 0 9 41 0 0 0 0 23 1 -6 0 0 23 0 0 0 0 18 3 16 0 12

73 69

38 871 66 1237

100 69

280-484-13 3599 26 290-541-21 3153 16

12-132 5-76

30 26

21-337 13-140

QBH 2 2 7 4 0 3 0 0 1 2 2 4 2 29 26

73 69

Pass Blkd Brk Kick 6 0 4 0 3 0 9 1 1 0 5 0 7 1 4 1 1 0 2 0 5 0 4 1 9 0 60 52

1 0

4 4

41 46

2 1

|-Kicks--XPTS-| Att-Mad Run Rcv 3-3 0 0 8-8 0 0 8-8 0 0 3-3 0 0 3-3 0 0 3-3 0 0 8-7 0 0 7-7 0 0 6-6 0 0 5-5 0 0 7-7 0 0 3-3 0 0 4-4 0 0 68-67 31-30

|--FIELD GOALS--| Att-Made Lg Blkd 1-0 0 1 0-0 0 0 1-1 39 0 2-0 0 0 5-4 34 1 3-1 28 0 1-1 22 0 1-1 41 0 0-0 0 0 1-1 39 0 0-0 0 0 1-1 41 0 2-1 25 0 18-11 23-17

30 408 19 199

2 1

0 0

0 1

tot off 432 605 426 433 330 415 420 492 359 380 594 400 548

95 5834 64 5004

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 21 56 59 21 33 24 58 52 42 38 49 24 31

0 0

508 281

No 4 9 10 4 8 5 10 9 7 7 8 5 6

|------KICKOFFS------| Yds Avg TB OB 239 59.8 0 0 523 58.1 0 0 640 64.0 4 0 256 64.0 1 0 464 58.0 0 1 300 60.0 0 1 592 59.2 6 0 578 64.2 5 0 439 62.7 1 0 419 59.9 2 0 416 52.0 0 0 285 57.0 0 1 369 61.5 2 0

92 58

5520 3468

60.0 59.8

21 20

3 2

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2013 Statistics Game-by-Game Team Comparison

Total Offense

Return

Turn-

Pass

Pen

Number-Yards

Comp-Att-Int

Yards

Plays-Yards

Yards

Overs

12/7

8/10

2/0

40-286/37-111

21-33-0/17-33-2

146/222

73-432/70-333

59/105

0/2

6/11

23/19

1/1

32-87/32-135

35-43-0/30-50-2

518/369

75-605/82-504

140/220

0/2

26/13

9/5

15/6

2/2

38-155/37-121

23-36-1/19-40-0

271/124

74-426/77-245

137/115

1/1

21-30

18/21

5/2

11/14

2/5

40-111/39-68

20-47-2/25-51-2

322/320

87-433/90-388

142/94

3/2

KANSAS STATE

33-29

19/19

7/9

8/9

4/1

25-85/38-144

24-40-0/18-28-3

245/192

65-330/66-336

194/91

1/5

TCU

24-10

20/17

5/7

11/7

4/3

35-95/36-126

20-44-3/18-37-3

320/199

79-415/73-325

261/98

4/4

Iowa State

58-27

20/20

13/11

4/7

3/2

47-342/48-154

10-27-1/18-38-1

78/192

74-420/86-346

147/46

1/3

Texas Tech

52-34

24/35

12/9

11/21

1/5

55-281/26-124

18-34-2/45-71-2

211/425

89-492/97-549

125/140

2/3

KANSAS

42-6

21/15

4/10

13/5

4/0

31-85/49-202

20-39-0/10-25-1

274/114

70-359/74-316

176/185

0/1

Texas

38-13

21/25

9/11

10/12

2/2

40-183/43-151

16-22-1/29-43-3

197/238

62-380/86-389

125/63

1/3

BAYLOR

49-17

21/26

8/6

13/18

0/2

46-154/36-94

21-27-0/28-48-0

440/359

73-594/84-453

123/123

0/3

OKLAHOMA

24-33

19/19

7/11

10/6

2/2

35-200/40-165

19-35-1/16-33-1

200/193

70-400/73-358

61/160

2/1

Missouri

31-41

26/29

10/16

16/9

0/4

39-171/47-256

33-57-2/17-44-1

377/206

96-548/91-462

58/212

3/3

508-281

287/287

27/29

503-2235/508-1851

280-484-13/290-541-21

3599/3153

987-5834/1049-5004

1748/1652

18/33

Opponent

First Downs

Score

Total

Rush

Mississippi State

21-3

22/17

UTSA

56-35

30/31

LAMAR

59-3

West Virginia

Totals

107/115 153/143

Rushing

Passing

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

3rd Down

4th Down

Time of

TOP

Avg

Avg

Avg

Punting

Penalties

Conversions

Conversions

Possession

Margin

Yds/Rush

Yds/Pass

Yds/Play

Number-Avg

Number-Yards

Mississippi State

8-14/2-16

0-1/3-4

25:53/34:07

-8:14

7.2/3.0

4.4/6.7

5.9/4.8

6-45.2/6-45.0

7-86/11-74

UTSA

5-9/6-14

0-0/3-3

25:41/34:19

-8:38

2.7/4.2

12.0/7.4

8.1/6.1

4-39.5/4-41.5

7-60/6-40

LAMAR

7-13/7-23

1-1/1-4

22:06/37:54

-15:48

4.1/3.3

7.5/3.1

5.8/3.2

3-31.3/8-39.6

4-28/6-44

West Virginia

6-20/8-22

1-2/0-0

26:59/33:01

-6:02

2.8/1.7

6.9/6.3

5.0/4.3

10-37.9/8-44.6

10-96/6-39

KANSAS STATE

4-14/5-12

0-0/1-1

24:28/35:32

-11:04

3.4/3.8

6.1/6.9

5.1/5.1

4-39.5/4-43.5

1-7/12-92

TCU

7-18/6-17

0-1/0-2

26:52/33:08

-6:16

2.7/3.5

7.3/5.4

5.3/4.5

5-35.8/7-44.0

9-70/9-85

Iowa State

3-12/4-20

0-1/1-1

26:24/33:36

-7:12

7.3/3.2

2.9/5.1

5.7/4.0

7-41.9/11-40.2

7-41/10-72

Texas Tech

5-16/4-15

2-2/0-2

29:59/30:01

-0:02

5.1/4.8

6.2/6.0

5.5/5.7

7-34.6/6-36.8

10-97/8-75

KANSAS

6-15/5-20

0-0/1-3

22:20/37:40

-15:20

2.7/4.1

7.0/4.6

5.1/4.3

9-43.6/9-46.4

3-21/8-80

Texas

5-13/10-19

0-0/1-2

28:03/31:57

-3:54

4.6/3.5

9.0/5.5

6.1/4.5

6-41.5/5-44.6

5-50/3-24

BAYLOR

9-17/7-18

0-1/0-3

35:23/24:37

10:46

3.3/2.6

16.3/7.5

8.1/5.4

6-38.0/6-47.7

7-65/3-10

OKLAHOMA

2-13/2-15

0-1/3-3

25:40/34:20

-8:40

5.7/4.1

5.7/5.8

5.7/4.9

7-37.1/8-36.1

7-59/5-59

Missouri

9-22/6-18

1-1/1-2

27:49/32:11

-4:22

4.4/5.4

6.6/4.7

5.7/5.1

8-37.2/7-41.0

10-100/4-42

76-196/72-229

5-11/15-30

347:37/432:23

-84:46

4.4/3.6

7.4/5.8

5.9/4.8

82-39.0/89-42.2

780/736

Opponent

Totals

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

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2013 Statistics

Individual Game Highs Rushes 31 Yards Rushing 219 TD Rushes 4 Long Rush 67 Pass attempts 57 Pass completions 33 Yards Passing 377 TD Passes 4 Long Pass 73 Receptions 10 Yards Receiving 141 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 73 Field Goals 4 Long Field Goal 41 Punts 10 Punting Avg 45.2 Long Punt 62 Punts inside 20 4 Long Punt Return 95 Long Kickoff Return 100 Tackles 12 Sacks 2.0 Tackles For Loss 3.0 Interceptions 2

Roland, Desmond at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) Roland, Desmond at Iowa State (Oct 26, 2013) Roland, Desmond at Iowa State (Oct 26, 2013) Chelf, Clint at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) Chelf, Clint vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) Chelf, Clint vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) Chelf, Clint vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) Walsh, J.W. at UTSA (Sep 7, 2013) Walsh, J.W. at West Virginia (Sep 28, 2013) Stewart, Josh vs TCU (Oct 19, 2013) Stewart, Josh vs TCU (Oct 19, 2013) Moore, Tracy vs Kansas (Nov 09, 2013) Stewart, Josh at West Virginia (Sep 28, 2013) Grogan, Ben vs Kansas State (Oct 05, 2013) Grogan, Ben at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) Grogan, Ben vs Oklahoma (Dec 07, 2013) Smith, Kip at West Virginia (Sep 28, 2013) Smith, Kip vs Mississippi State (Aug 31, 2013) Smith, Kip at Iowa State (Oct 26, 2013) Smith, Kip vs Mississippi State (Aug 31, 2013) Smith, Kip at West Virginia (Sep 28, 2013) Stewart, Josh vs TCU (Oct 19, 2013) Gilbert, Justin vs Kansas (Nov 09, 2013) Lavey, Caleb at West Virginia (Sep 28, 2013) Johnson, Tyler vs Kansas State (Oct 05, 2013) Johnson, Tyler vs TCU (Oct 19, 2013) Simmons, Ryan at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) Johnson, L. vs Kansas (Nov 09, 2013) Bean, Jimmy vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) Gilbert, Justin at Texas (Nov 16, 2013)

TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes 55 Yards Rushing 342 Yards Per Rush 7.3 TD Rushes 5 Pass attempts 57 Pass completions 35 Yards Passing 518 Yards Per Pass 16.3 TD Passes 6 Total Plays 96 Total Offense 605 Yards Per Play 8.1 Points 59 Sacks By 4 First Downs 30 Penalties 10 Penalty Yards 100 Turnovers 4 Interceptions By 3 Punts 10 Punting Avg 45.2 Long Punt 62 Punts inside 20 4 Long Punt Return 95

at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) at Iowa State (Oct 26, 2013) at Iowa State (Oct 26, 2013) vs Lamar (Sep 14, 2013) at Iowa State (Oct 26, 2013) at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) at UTSA (Sep 7, 2013) at UTSA (Sep 7, 2013) vs Baylor (Nov 23, 2013) at UTSA (Sep 7, 2013) vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) at UTSA (Sep 7, 2013) vs Baylor (Nov 23, 2013) vs Lamar (Sep 14, 2013) vs Mississippi State (Aug 31, 2013) at UTSA (Sep 7, 2013) at West Virginia (Sep 28, 2013) at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) vs TCU (Oct 19, 2013) vs Kansas State (Oct 05, 2013) vs TCU (Oct 19, 2013) at Texas (Nov 16, 2013) at West Virginia (Sep 28, 2013) vs Mississippi State (Aug 31, 2013) at Iowa State (Oct 26, 2013) vs Mississippi State (Aug 31, 2013) at West Virginia (Sep 28, 2013) vs TCU (Oct 19, 2013)

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OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes 27 Yards Rushing 118 TD Rushes 3 Long Rush 51 Pass attempts 71 Pass completions 45 Yards Passing 425 TD Passes 3 Long Pass 69 Receptions 15 Yards Receiving 174 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 69 Field Goals 3 Long Field Goal 46 Punts 11 Punting Avg 47.7 Long Punt 65 Punts inside 20 4 Long Punt Return 64 Long Kickoff Return 69 Tackles 15 Sacks 2.0 Tackles For Loss 3.0 Interceptions 1 OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes 49 Yards Rushing 256 Yards Per Rush 5.4 TD Rushes 3 Pass attempts 71 Pass completions 45 Yards Passing 425 Yards Per Pass 7.5 TD Passes 4 Total Plays 97 Total Offense 549 Yards Per Play 6.1 Points 41 Sacks By 3 First Downs 35 Penalties 12 Penalty Yards 92 Turnovers 5 Interceptions By 3 Punts 11 Punting Avg 47.7 Long Punt 65 Punts inside 20 4 Long Punt Return 64

Sams, Daniel, vs Kansas State (Oct 05, 2013) Sams, Daniel, vs Kansas State (Oct 05, 2013) Josey, Henry, vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) Richardson, SB, at Iowa State (Oct 26, 2013) Webb, Davis, at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) Webb, Davis, at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) Webb, Davis, at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) Soza, at UTSA (Sep 7, 2013) Boykin, Trevone, vs TCU (Oct 19, 2013) Amaro, Jace, at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) Amaro, Jace, at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) Bias, at UTSA (Sep 7, 2013) Bundrage, Q., at Iowa State (Oct 26, 2013) Gray, Deante', vs TCU (Oct 19, 2013) Lambert, Josh, at West Virginia (Sep 28, 2013) Baggett, Andrew, vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) Van Der Kamp,K., at Iowa State (Oct 26, 2013) Roth, Spencer, vs Baylor (Nov 23, 2013) Van Der Kamp,K., at Iowa State (Oct 26, 2013) Pardula,Trevor, vs Kansas (Nov 09, 2013) Saunders, Jalen, vs Oklahoma (Dec 07, 2013) Shepherd, J., vs Kansas (Nov 09, 2013) Wilson, Andrew, vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) Brooks, at UTSA (Sep 7, 2013) McFarland, J., vs TCU (Oct 19, 2013) Ealy, Kony, vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) McAllister, C., vs Baylor (Nov 23, 2013) Thomas, Branden, vs Lamar (Sep 14, 2013) Cook, Darwin, at West Virginia (Sep 28, 2013) Banks, Ishmael, at West Virginia (Sep 28, 2013) Olabode, Elisha, vs TCU (Oct 19, 2013) White, Kevin, vs TCU (Oct 19, 2013) Kindred, D., vs TCU (Oct 19, 2013) Tribune, Nigel, at Iowa State (Oct 26, 2013) Robertson, Pete, at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) Ward, Keenon, at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) Thompson, Mykke, at Texas (Nov 16, 2013) Wilson, Julian, vs Oklahoma (Dec 07, 2013) Webb, Braylon, vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) Gaines, E.J., vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) vs Kansas (Nov 09, 2013) vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) vs Baylor (Nov 23, 2013) at UTSA (Sep 7, 2013) at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) at UTSA (Sep 7, 2013) vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) vs Missouri (Jan 3, 2014) at Texas Tech (Nov 02, 2013) vs Kansas State (Oct 05, 2013) vs Kansas State (Oct 05, 2013) vs Kansas State (Oct 05, 2013) vs TCU (Oct 19, 2013) at Iowa State (Oct 26, 2013) vs Baylor (Nov 23, 2013) at Iowa State (Oct 26, 2013) vs Kansas (Nov 09, 2013) vs Oklahoma (Dec 07, 2013)

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2013 Statistics Game-by-Game Player Participation 3 99 92 2J 46 91 32 10 2C 90 98 6J 23 66 63 8X 65 97 83 28 67 7 4 13 15 71 2I 75 19 4F 5H 84 76 1H 8G 18 1J 1B 54 27 39 40 24 49 58 6 45 57 11 8 88 3F 29 17 87 2 3C 38 2F 1 4D 36 30 59 16 8I 94 26 33 81 44 7X 52 56 31 35 9 20 1C 5 1G 53 9X 50 4X 85 51 74 89

Name Ateman, Marcell Barnett, Calvin Bean, Jimmy Bennett, Corey Branson, Derek Castleman, J. Catlin, Kris Chelf, Clint Childs, Rennie Clark, Trace Collins, D. Cooley, Daniel Craig, Zack Cross, Travis Cruse, Deonte Curry, C.J. Cusak, Kaleb Davis, Eric Fagan, Brendan Franklin, D. Garrett, B. Gary, Shamiel Gilbert, Justin Glidden, David Goodlett, John Graham, Parker Gravelle, C. Grisbhy, Chris Grogan, Ben Harrigan,Beniah Hautau, Ofa Hays, Austin Hegwood, Colby Imade, Deion Irokansi, V. Jackson, Blake Jacobs, Seth Jeffcoat, E. Jenkins, Jake Johnson, L. Johnson, Teddy Johnson, Tyler Jones, M. King, Kevin Koenig, Daniel Lampkin, Ashton Lavey, Caleb Lewis, Paul Lewis, Shaun Lowe, Daytawion May, Taylor Miller, Nate Mitchell, Joe Moore, Charlie Moore, Tracy Muncrief, Caleb Ocloo-Lee, A. Ogbah, Emmanuel Patmon, Tyler Peterson, Kevin Rake, Dillon Ramacher, D. Reber, Bryant Reichenstein, M Robertson, D. Rockwell, Nick Rogers, Anthony Roland, Desmond Schroeder, C. Seales, Jhajuan Seaton, Jeremy Sheperd, B. Simmons, Ryan Sinko, Connor Smith, Jeremy Smith, Kip Staley, Kye Stephens, Larry Sterns, Jordan Stewart, Josh Sumpter, Steven Suter, Andrew Tshimanga, J. Veatch, Zac Walsh, J.W. Webb, Blake Webb, Brandon Wilson, Michael Wren, Sam

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