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Mason Rudolph Named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week

This is the first time this season for QB1

Texas v Oklahoma State Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images

Earlier today, it was announced that junior QB Mason Rudolph was named as the Offensive Player of the Week in the Big 12.

Rudolph is the sixth Player of the Week from Oklahoma State this season, joining fellow teammates James Washington, Zach Sinor (twice), Justice Hill (thrice), Vincent Taylor, and Ben Grogan.

Rudolph, a semifinalist for the Davey O'Brien Award, was selected for the third time in his career.

Against Texas Tech, Rudolph threw for almost four Benjamins, completing 20-28 passes, along with two touchdowns (while rushing for another) and no interceptions. Rudolph had a 213.5 passer rating, which was the highest of any Big 12 QB in week 11.

Rudolph’s incredible season continues, with his season stats improving to:

65.5% Completions

3384 Yards

9.48 Yards per Attempt

24 TDs

4 INTs

165.1 QB Rating

With his incredible season, it’s hard to see him staying in Stillwater rather than going to the NFL draft after this season. I believe I speak for all of Cowboy Nation when I say; Won’t you stay Mason? Just one more year?