Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy will know in two weeks if running back Chuba Hubbard will return to Stillwater next season.
Hubbard, a redshirt sophomore, ran for 158 yards on 19 carries Friday in OSU’s 24-21 loss to Texas A&M Aggies in the Texas Bowl. He finished the season with an NCAA-best 2,094 rushing yards and became the second OSU player to eclipse the 2,000-yard rushing mark, joining Barry Sanders.
Hubbard said he’ll make his decision on whether he’ll declare for the 2020 NFL Draft in two weeks time.
“There’s a lot that factors into it,” Hubbard said. “I’m going to have to talk with my family, friends, everyone, get all the resources. These next two weeks are gonna be, specifically, me working toward what I’m going to do and stuff like that. In two weeks, you guys will find out.”
Gundy seems optimistic Hubbard will return to OSU.
Mike Gundy says there's a "really good chance" Chuba Hubbard is on his football team next year.— Shehan Jeyarajah (@ShehanJeyarajah) December 28, 2019