In a week following a head injury, Oklahoma State Josh Stewart said he “didn’t have a good game at all” against Kansas State Saturday.
The biggest miscue? A dropped deep ball — perhaps the best throw of J.W. Walsh’s Cowboy career — that surely would have gone for a touchdown had Stewart hauled it in.
Stewart said that he and Walsh did talk about the missed pitch and catch, but that they both quickly moved forward.
“(Walsh) just said, ‘Not everybody’s perfect,’” Stewart said. “That’s a catch I’ve obviously got to make and will make in the future. But just (a) dropped ball, not focusing, looking at the end zone before I looked it in. I’ve moved on. I left it in the past and now I’m getting better and better every day.”
Stewart had one of his quieter days since becoming a focal point of the Cowboy offense, making two catches for 20 yards. But one of those grabs, a 12-yarder, came on the first play of OSU’s go-ahead drive in the fourth quarter.