With Washington's return, Oklahoma St. boasts deep WR group
April 13, 2017
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — When quarterback Mason Rudolph and receiver James Washington decided to return to Oklahoma State for their senior years, they put the Cowboys in position to have a dynamic passing game.
Both are among the nation's elite, and Washington should give Oklahoma State one of the deepest and most talented wide receiver units in the country.
The Cowboys, who play their spring game Saturday, went 10-3 last year and wound up No. 11 in the final poll following a 38-8 win over Colorado in the Valero Alamo Bowl.
Forming a devastating duo with Rudolph, the speedy 6-foot, 205-po...