Record book update: Josh Stewart
For the next couple weeks, we’ll take a look at Oklahoma State’s updated record books, based on the numbers put up by the 2012 Cowboys.
Josh Stewart had a breakout 2012 season for OSU, developing into the Cowboys’ leading receiver and one of the most productive pass-catchers in the Big 12.
Stewart obviously has a much different skill set than a Justin Blackmon or Dez Bryant. He plays in the slot, allowing him to catch a bevy of short passes and use his shifty moves to make defenders miss in space, rather than lining up on the outside and making a significant chunk of his plays downfield.
Still, Stewart’s 2012 season — where he tallied more than 100 catches and 1,200 yards — already makes him, statistically, one of the best receivers in OSU history.
Single-season receiving yards
1. 1,782 Justin Blackmon (2010)
2. 1,695 Rashaun Woods (2002)
3. 1,522 Justin Blackmon (2011)
4. 1,480 Dez Bryant (2008)
5. 1,441 Hart Lee Dykes (1988)
6. 1,367 Rashaun Woods (2003)
7. 1,210 Josh Stewart (2012)
8. 1,181 Adarius Bowman (2006)
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