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Tylan Wallace named to semifinalist list for Biletnikoff Award:
Oklahoma State is looking at having back-to-back Biletnikoff Award winners. It was announced today that Tylan Wallace has made the list of semifinalist for the Biletnikoff one year after James Washington took home the award. Other players from the Big 12 to make the list include Marquise Brown from OU and Antoine Wesley out of Texas Tech.
Biletnikoff semifinalists for nation’s top WR:— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) November 12, 2018
JJ Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford
A.J. Brown, OleMiss
Marquise Brown, OU
N'Keal Harry, ASU
Andy Isabella, UMass
Jerry Jeudy, Bama
Rondale Moore, Purdue
David Sills, WVU
Tylan Wallace, OklaSt
Antoine Wesley, TxTech
You can still vote for Wallace through the fan vote. He’s currently in the lead (as of 10:00 a.m. on Monday). A win of the fan vote would be one official vote towards winning the award.
#okstate’s Tylan Wallace currently leads the @biletnikoffawrd fan vote. #Sooners Marquise Brown is fourth.— Carson Cunningham (@KOCOCarson) November 12, 2018
The fan tally will be counted as 1 official vote. The FanVote tally provided the 1-vote margin of victory for '13 winner Brandin Cooks. Vote here: https://t.co/2QWONpqYcf. pic.twitter.com/QdcIuVEGY6
James Washington makes appearance at Cowgirl Basketball game:
Speaking of Biletnikoff Award winners, James Washington was in Stillwater yesterday to take in some Cowgirl Basketball. The Pittsburgh Steelers played on Thursday night so he spent his free Sunday in Gallagher-Iba watching a Cowgirl win against UC Riverside.
Kristoffer Ventura is not having the snow:
In case you missed it, Stillwater residents woke up to a winter wonderland this morning.
Well... Oklahoma State golfer Kristoffer Ventura was not about to golf in the snow.
Live in Stillwater they said. It will be fun they said.. pic.twitter.com/0yGxwkuyJb— Kristoffer Ventura (@krisventura95) November 12, 2018
“Live in Stillwater they said. It’ll be fun they said.”
Here’s another fantastic picture:
Cowboy Football took the snow as an opportunity to send an important message:
all for today folks. Have a fantastic Monday!