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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Topic - Victor Johnson
More than a dozen Oklahoma State football players admitted to academic misconduct over the past decade, including receiving exam answers in advance, passing classes for little or no work and using tutors who completed work for them, according to a Sports Illustrated article released Wednesday.
Ask Brandon Weeden the biggest challenge that No. 22 Oklahoma State will face as it heads on the road for the first time this season and the quarterback can only hazard a guess.
Authorities have dropped a drug charge against Oklahoma State safety Victor Johnson, though he still faces accusations of obstructing a police officer and driving under the influence of alcohol.
When defensive coordinator Bill Young looks at the 11 players he sends onto the field for Oklahoma State's season opener against Washington State on Saturday night, he won't see many of the starters who helped the Cowboys make a defensive breakthrough last season.
Oklahoma State junior defensive end Jamie Blatnick was charged Monday with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon after a fight with a former OSU offensive lineman at a Stillwater bar.
Former cornerback Calvin Mickens and former safety Victor Johnson both said they saw tutors do coursework for Bryant, who denied the claim to SI.