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Latest Brandon Weeden Items
No matter where Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden turns, he can't escape the age-old question — literally.
The Fiesta Bowl will have a marquee matchup in its first post-scandal game: No. 3 Oklahoma State vs. No. 4 Stanford.
For Brandon Weeden, all the interest in his age is starting to get old.
Brandon Weeden threw for 423 yards and five touchdowns and Joseph Randle ran for three more scores to lead No. 2 Oklahoma State over Texas Tech 66-6 Saturday, making the Cowboys 10-0 for the first time in school history.
After losing a second experienced offensive lineman to injury this season, No. 6 Oklahoma State needed to plug in someone else to protect Brandon Weeden and keep the offense rolling along.
All-America receiver Justin Blackmon and quarterback Brandon Weeden are returning to Oklahoma State, giving the Cowboys another season with the two key playmakers in one of the nation's most dynamic offenses.
Nebraska and Oklahoma State dominated the All-Big 12 team released Thursday by The Associated Press with six players each.
Mike Gundy spent the better part of a decade going up against Mike Leach's potent offenses at Texas Tech, then watched as the Red Raiders took the next step and became a legitimate national championship contender.
An upside-down season in the Big 12 South has led to one of the most unexpectedly important games in the conference's 15-year history.