LD Brown was expected to be the clear No. 2 running back behind Heisman candidate Chuba Hubbard, but he had a slow start to the season. OSU coach Mike Gundy said Brown has stopped chopping his feet so he should be seeing more playing time.
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Chuba Hubbard has had the heaviest workload in college football among running backs with 162 rushes on the season.
Coaching staff takes cue from players to move on from loss
“In high school, I ate whatever I wanted and I was still one of the best players," OSU guard Chris Harris Jr. said. "I know here you have to eat good, you have to sleep good in order to perform at your best.”
No. 21 Oklahoma State at Texas Tech should have been an easy win for the Cowboys when looking at the matchup on paper. However, OSU didn't score until its 10th possession of the game. The slow start put the Pokes in a 20-point hole they couldn’t crawl out from.
LUBBOCK, Texas — Oklahoma State quarterback Spencer Sanders fumbled the ball on the third play of the game at Texas Tech, and the turnovers ne…
He’s the 16th OSU player to rush for at least 1,000 yards in a season.
After facing a methodical run-heavy offense in Kansas State, Oklahoma State is preparing for a faster pace offense at Texas Tech on Saturday.
No. 21 OKLAHOMA ST. AT TEXAS TECH 11 a.m. Saturday, Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock, Texas
Redshirt freshman Hunter Anthony got his first career start against Kansas State last week after injuries to tackles Dylan Galloway and Teven Jenkins.