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Modified: September 10, 2008 at 9:04 am •  Published: September 10, 2008
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/> So who will be the player to hit the 1,000-yard plateau this week? Try Dez Bryant.

After his 236-yard performance last week, the sophomore wide receiver has 948 career yards. Considering he has fallen short of 52 receiving yards only once in his last six games dating back to Nov. 3, 2007, it seems likely he will reach his first major career milestone Saturday.

•Mizzou sellout?: Missouri announced Monday that tickets for reserved seating and temporary bleacher seating for the sixth-ranked Tigers' Oct. 11 game against Oklahoma State have sold out. General admission hillside tickets have gone on sale for the game.

Oklahoma State has sold out the allotment of tickets it received from Missouri as well. Kickoff time for the game has yet to be announced.

•Pettigrew impressive: Sports Illustrated NFL Draft writer Tony Pauline mentioned OSU senior Brandon Pettigrew as one of several tight ends playing well this season who could be selected high in April's draft.

"Senior prospects such as Brandon Pettigrew of Oklahoma State and Chase Coffman of Missouri are off to blistering starts,” Pauline wrote. "The end result could be a record number of tight ends selected during the draft's first three rounds next April.”

By Scott Wright