OSU shows potent running game
Bill Coleman - September 5, 2017 8:36 am
Oklahoma State running back, Justice Hill (5) catches a pass during a drill at their first practice at the Sherman E. Smith practice center in Stillwater, Okla., Sunday, July 30, 2017. (Jessie Wardarski/Tulsa World via AP)
The last two seasons, No. 10 Oklahoma State has boasted a powerful offense led by Heisman Trophy candidate quarterback Mason Rudolph and preseason All-American receiver James Washington. Now, if their performance in a Week 1 victory over Tulsa is any indication, the Cowboys’ running game looks pretty potent, too.