Oklahoma State wide receiver Charlie Moore had his second consecutive career day, hauling in eight catches for 129 yards, including a 74-yard touchdown in the third quarter.
Moore talked about how that play developed, and how he, Josh Stewart (13 catches, 89 yards) and Blake Jackson (four catches, 96 yards) stepped up in the absence of starting receivers Tracy Moore and Isaiah Anderson.
What did you see on the touchdown play?
“We ran it all week, and Coach (Todd) Monken obviously called it at the perfect time. I knew from the previous plays that the cornerbacks were biting pretty good. We hadn't really been threatening them deep yet. As soon as I sold the fake, I could kind of see (the corner) and I was like, ‘Oh, this is going to be great.' When I looked back and saw J.W. (Walsh) wide open, getting ready to throw it, (I told myself to) just make sure I catch it, because it's going to be a touchdown if I did.”
What's it like when you're wide open on a play like that?