Oklahoma State football: Who to follow on Twitter for the Heart of Dallas Bowl

by Gina Mizell Published: December 8, 2012
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Here are 10 Twitter accounts related to Purdue football you should be following to get ready for the Jan. 1 Heart of Dallas Bowl between the Boilermakers and Oklahoma State.

* @BoilerFootball: The official Purdue football Twitter account.

* @carminjc: Mike Carmin is the Purdue beat reporter for the Lafayette Journal and Courier.

* @schottts: Tom Schott is Purdue's Associate Athletic Director for Communications.

* @RMarve9: Robert Marve, the former Miami quarterback, is wrapping up his career at Purdue. He's played well as of late, despite continued knee injury issues.

* @kk_mr99: Defensive tackle Kawann Short is Purdue's best player and could be a first-round NFL Draft pick come April.

* @LBF44: Safety Landon Feitchter is Purdue's leading tackler (76) and has tallied four interceptions.

* @PrinceAkeem24: Versatile running back Akeem Shavers has 778 rushing yards and six touchdowns, along with 316 receiving yards and three scores.

* @gjbush6: Receiver Gary Bush has 41 catches for 360 yards and seven touchdowns this season.

* @RKRelentless: Ryan Russell is one of the Boilermakers' leaders on the defensive line.

* @drewbrees: NFL superstar quarterback Drew Brees is a Purdue alum and could have some commentary for the Jan. 1 game.


by Gina Mizell
OSU Sports Reporter
Gina Mizell joined The Oklahoman in August of 2011 as the Oklahoma State beat writer, where she covered the Cowboys' historic run to the Big 12 championship and Fiesta Bowl in her first season on the job. Before arriving in Stillwater, Gina was...
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