OSU’s top duo split up for spring game
by Brandon Chatmon
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Oklahoma State released its rosters for the Orange-White spring game on Thursday. The spring game will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Boone Pickens Stadium and admission is free.
The biggest surprise is the decision to split up quarterback Brandon Weeden and receiver Justin Blackmon. That duo could be a key to OSU’s success this year but they won’t get an opportunity to further cement their connection during the spring game. Weeden will lead the Orange team while Blackmon will lead the White team with quarterback Clint Chelf at the helm of the offense.
Weeden will get the opportunity to develop a better relationship with receiver Hubert Anyiam, which could be another key to making OSU’s offense even more explosive. Tracy Moore will also join Weeden on the Orange team.
Running back Joseph Randle will be the man in the backfield alongside Weeden. The sophomore has had a superb spring and will get the opportunity to solidify his spot in the offense in the spring game.
Defensively, Nigel Nicholas will lead the way for the Orange. He has had one of the best springs for a defensive tackle in recent memory.
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