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STEWART MANDEL
August 16, 2012
With its star performers lost to the NFL, a high-octane, championship offense is now in the hands of a true freshman
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August 16, 2012

Oklahoma State Cowboys

With its star performers lost to the NFL, a high-octane, championship offense is now in the hands of a true freshman

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RG LANE TAYLOR SENIOR

Taylor, a 36-game starter, was honorable mention All--Big 12 last season on a line that allowed 12 sacks in 13 games. Mike Gundy says this year's group, with the 6' 3", 328-pound Taylor as the unit's undisputed leader, will be even better than the last two.

BREAKOUT PLAYER

WR BLAKE JACKSON JUNIOR

A junior college All-America will contribute right away

The 6' 3" 238-pounder is a transfer from Scottsdale (Ariz.) Community College, where last season he had 62 catches for 934 yards and 16 TDs. Jackson impressed coaches this spring with his playmaking ability, and vacancies in the pass-catching corps mean he'll have the opportunity to play a major role in the offense as an inside receiver.

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