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Dantrell Savage is one player who could surprise for OSU this season. Here are three others:
Sept. 2: Missouri State, 6 p.m. Coached by former Kansas coach Terry Allen. Sept. 9: Arkansas State (Little Rock, Ark.), 6:05 p.m. Indians played in zero bowl games in 20th century, but they played in New Orleans bowl last year. Sept. 16: Florida Atlantic, 6 p.m. Will have to replace starting quarterback Danny Embick, who threw for 1,531 yards for 2-9 Owls. Sept. 23: At Houston, 8 p.m. Quarterback Kevin Kolb has passed former Cougar QB great David Klingler as the school's leader in total offense. Oct. 7: at Kansas State, TBA Former Ponca City standout Devin Anderson, after two seasons at Northeastern A&M, might start for 'Cats at defensive back. Oct. 14: at Kansas, TBA New sound to Jayhawk football; color analyst Max Faulkenstein retires after 60 years in the booth. Oct. 21: vs. Texas A&M, 6 p.m. Pretty sorry non-conference lineup: Citadel, Louisiana-Lafayette, Army and Louisiana Tech. Oct. 28: vs. Nebraska, 6 p.m. UCLA on Cornhuskers' schedule in next five years; series with Penn State being discussed. Nov. 4: at Texas, TBA Longhorns don't leave the state of Texas until Oct. 21 -- week eight. Nov. 11: vs. Baylor, 6 p.m. Best player might be a punter: Daniel Sepulveda averaged more than 46 yards per punt last year. Nov. 18: at Texas Tech, TBA Tech playing on Field Turf this season, its first season on something other than Astro Turf since 1970. Nov. 25: vs. Oklahoma, 1:30 p.m. Running back Adrian Peterson, quarterback Rhett Bomar named to Maxwell watch list for the nation's top player. By Andrew Gilman