Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden went from zero collegiate starts to All-Big 12 quarterback in a matter of 12 games. The junior led OSU to a 10-2 record while directing a Cowboy offense that finished No. 1 in the nation in total offense. Weeden was a big contributor to the Pokes' Alamo Bowl berth, and he talked to The Oklahoman about his plans while he is in San Antonio.
Have you been to San Antonio before?
I was young, I was probably seven or eight last time I was here. None of it really looks that familiar, I'm looking forward to going out and seeing the town a little bit and being able to experience what this town has to offer. I've heard a lot of good things about this town, and these first couple of nights we are able to enjoy it before we really buckle down.
When you do buckle down, what do you expect?
I'll still go out to eat with the family and stuff like that and see what there is to see. Just kind of lay low, we are here for seven days so I don't want to be tired come Wednesday.
Any (other) big plans?
I don't know. My parents get here Sunday so when they get here we will go out and do something.