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The Oklahoma State MVP Draft: Week 12 Recap

Well that was disappointing

NCAA Football: Oklahoma State at Oklahoma Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Here we are. The regular season is over and all that’s left is the bowl game. I forgot how hard it was to do these MVP recaps after a loss. Alright, let’s get this over with.

Phillip - 1 point(s)

OSU: O - James Washington | D - Chad Whitener | ST - Ben Grogan
OU: O - Joe Mixon | D - Jordan Evans | ST - Austin Siebert

Cade - 2 points

OSU: O - Mason Rudolph | D - Ramon Richards | ST - Ben Grogan
OU: O - Baker Mayfield | D - Jordan Evans | ST - Austin Siebert

Dustin - 3 points

OSU: O - Mason Rudolph | D - Vincent Taylor | ST - Ben Grogan
OU: O - Baker Mayfield | D - Ogbonnia Okoronkwo | ST - Austin Seibert

Christopher - 4 points

OSU: O - Chris Carson | D - Jordan Sterns | S - Zach Sinor
OU: O - Dede Westbrook | D - Ogbonnia Okoronkwo | S - Dede Westbrook

Joel - 3 points

OSU: O - James Washington | D - Vincent Taylor | S - Zach Sinor
OU: O: Dede Westbrook | D - Ogbonnia Okoronkwo | S - Austin Siebert

Oklahoma State

Offense: I don’t think I need to remind you how bad Rudolph was on Saturday. Not that the receivers helped him any, as many drops as there were. Washington caught two balls for 50 yards. That makes Carson the winner. Not that he doesn’t deserve it; 91 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries is a decent day.
Defense: If this were a bonus round Whitener would earn second place for his 11 tackle performance. It’s not though, so the point goes to Sterns who racked up 19(!!) tackles, 0.5 sacks, and of course laid-out Dede Westbrook in a completely legal hit.

Special Teams: Grogan went 2 of 3 on field goals. He never should have kicked the last one, but that’s beside the point. Sinor had six punts with a long of 58 and three landing inside the 20. He gets the point (as usual).

Oklahoma

Offense: Westbrook is out after getting knocked out of the game in the first half. He still had 111 yards a TD on 4 catches (ugh). The point goes to Baker. 13 of 19 for 288 yards and three touchdowns. His scrambling was ridiculous, and turned what should have been busted plays into big gains time and time again.
Defense: This was close. Evans had eight tackles, one TFL, and a pass break-up. Okoronkwo however, lived up to the expectations; nine tackles, two TFLs, two sacks, and a forced fumble. (again, ugh)
Special Teams: Westbrook never got a chance to do anything, so the point goes to Siebert... who did everything. Kickoffs, punts, and hit his only field goal of the day.

Let’s take a look at the standings:

Cade - 34 points
Dustin - 34 points
Phillip - 32 points
Christopher/Kyle - 31 points
Joel - 29 points

Cade - 34 points
Christopher/Kyle - 34 points
Dustin - 34 points
Phillip - 33 points
Joel - 29 points

We now have a three-way tie for first place between Cade, Christopher and Dustin, and Phillip is just one point back!

There’s only one more football draft to go this season, to be released before the bowl game. In the meantime, check out the Basketball MVP Draft that will be going up every week!