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Oklahoma State football: Two improved defenses match up Saturday

By Gina Mizell Published: November 13, 2012

The sophomore is now eighth in the country in receptions per game (7.67), 20th in receiving yards per game (93.11) and 26th in total receiving yards (838).

“He's always been a good athlete,” Monken said. “You can get him the ball in space. But I think he's obviously become more and more confident in his route-running ability. And we try to find ways to move him around, like we should.

“The one thing that was impressive (against WVU) is he made some nice catches. He's had moments where he had a drop against Iowa State and a fumble, those kinds of things. (He needs to work on) just being consistent. We wear him out a lot.”

OPPONENT WATCH

Tech starting linebacker Terrance Bullitt will miss the remainder of the season with a shoulder injury, coach Tommy Tuberville told reporters in Lubbock on Monday. Bullitt, who had battled chronic pain for much of the season, is expected to undergo surgery this week.

“We hate that,” Tuberville said. “Same shoulder, and he just couldn't go anymore.”

In Bullitt's absence, Tuberville said sophomores Sam Eguavoen and Zach Winbush will see more playing time.