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The Oklahoma State MVP Draft: Week 10 Recap

One player is making us all look like Kansas out there

NCAA Football: Texas Tech at Oklahoma State Rob Ferguson-USA TODAY Sports

Week 10 is in the books. I don’t know if my liver can handle too many more games like that. Let’s take a look at how everyone did:

Phillip - 2 points

OSU: O - Chris Carson | D - Ramon Richards | ST - Zach Sinor
TTU: O - Patrick Mahomes | D - Kris Williams | ST - Clayton Hatfield

Cade - 3 points

OSU: O - James Washington | D - Jordan Sterns | ST - Zach Sinor
TTU: O - Patrick Mahomes | D - Kris Williams | ST - Clayton Hatfield

Dustin - 5 points

OSU: O - Mason Rudolph | D - Vincent Taylor | ST - Ben Grogan
TTU: O - Patrick Mahomes | D - Jah'Shawn Johnson | ST - Clayton Hatfield

Christopher - 4 points

OSU: O - Justice Hill | D - Jordan Sterns | S - Ben Grogan
TTU: O - Patrick Mahomes | D - Jordyn Brooks | S - Clayton Hatfield

Joel - 3 points

OSU: O - James Washington | D - Ramon Richards | S - Barry J Sanders
TTU: O - Patrick Mahomes | D - Jah'Shawn Johnson | S - Clayton Hatfield

Oklahoma State

Offense: I appreciate us mixing up the picks this week. It was actually a tough decision. Washington was the leading receiver tallying up 158 yards and a TD on six catches. Hill gained his OSU record fourth 100 yard game as a Freshman. To be honest, I really wanted to give the point to Carson. He averaged 7.3 yards a carry, got two touchdowns, and sealed the win with his knee in the closing seconds. The point has to go to Rudolph though, who continues to get better and better every week. It’s ridiculous really: a 213.5 passer rating on Saturday? I know Tech’s defense is bad, but wow. No wonder he won Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week.
Defense: I love Vincent Taylor and the fumble recovery was great, but he didn’t record a single tackle (at least that’s according to OSU). That leaves Richards and Sterns. Richards loses the point on that STUPID face mask penalty in the third quarter after the defense got a HUGE stop. Sterns also had a better days stats wise: 7 solo tackles, 8 total, and 2 TFLs.
Special Teams: Grogan one-upped Tech’s kicker by making all of his extra points and his lone field goal. Sanders had an “ok” day with 72 yards on three kick-off returns. Sinor only had to punt three times all day, but landed two inside the 20 and blasted one for 53 yards. I suppose Grogan can win this week since he didn’t miss anything.

Texas Tech

Offense: We all picked Mahomes, and we all picked correctly. That kid is a ball-player. He accounted for all five of Tech’s TDs; three through the air and two on the ground. If he was really playing injured (like some have said) that is just ridiculous.
Defense: Williams recovered the fumble by McClesky, but only had one assisted tackle to go with it. Brooks had a sack, a TFL, and three tackles. Neither of them performed like Johnson, who led Tech with 10 total tackles. He also had a TFL and a pass break-up. Point!
Special Teams: It’s really not fair to Hatfield. The holder moved the ball before the kick. You can see it in the video at the end.

Since we all picked him, we all get the point.

With that... let’s look at the leaderboard

Cade - 31 points
Dustin - 28 points
Phillip - 27 points
Joel - 25 points
Christopher/Kyle - 24 points

Come back on Thursday for this week’s picks!