by Brandon Chatmon
Oklahoma State running back Keith Toston galloped for a 69-yard run late in the Iowa State game but was stopped at the two yard line.
I couldn’t help but ask Zac Robinson about it, just to see if he gave Toston a hard time about getting caught so close to the endzone:
“I ran down and said, ‘How are you going to get tackled on the three like that?’” Robinson said on Monday. “He was so tired he wouldn’t even look at me. He didn’t want to hear it at that time… and I haven’t talked to him about it since then.”
Toston did eventually get the touchdown after Beau Johnson gained one yard on first down then Robinson was stopped on second down.
“I intentionally didn’t get in (on second down) so he could get that touchdown because I felt bad for him,” Robinson said with a smile.
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