James Washington stays grounded through the outdoors:
When you’re the star wide receiver at a Division-1 college and a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, it can be hard to stay humble. James Washington wants to stay grounded. CBS Sports did this fantastic peace about Washington and how his small town roots and the outdoors help him stay grounded. It’s a must watch today for Oklahoma State fans.
.@CowboyFB's James Washington is a small town guy at heart. His love of the outdoors keeps him grounded. pic.twitter.com/WALxtz2Tls— CBS Sports Network (@CBSSportsNet) November 15, 2017
Coach Little improves to 2-0 with a win over a former player:
Tuesday night the Cowgirl Basketball team beat the Wichita State Shockers 91-67 for to keep a perfect season through two games. The win comes against former Cowgirl Keitha Adams. It’s always fun to see a former player come back a coach. The Cowgirls look to improve on that perfect record against UT Rio Grande Valley on Sunday in Gallagher Iba Arena.
ICYMI: The #OKState Cowgirls are 2-0 after coach Jim Littell notched a win over his former player. https://t.co/taLQbzgoAZ— O'Colly (@OColly) November 15, 2017
TCU could be without two starters on Saturday against Tech:
Two TCU star players could be missing from the field in Lubbock as the Frogs take on the Red Raiders. They already lost running back Darius Anderson for the regular season. Gary Patterson announced in his press conference that now quarterback Kenny Hill is questionable. He did not disclose what exactly was wrong with Hill. Now why does this matter to Oklahoma State fans you ask? If TCU loses this game, Oklahoma State has a chance at the Big 12 championship. And with two of their starters missing, it looks a bit more possible
TCU is already without its starting RB and now may miss QB Kenny Hill Saturday vs. Texas Tech #GoFrogs https://t.co/ESJluX0876— HCS (@Heartland_CS) November 14, 2017
Have a great rest of your Wednesday!