OSU football: What about William Cole?

By Scott Wright Modified: August 16, 2008 at 12:23 am •  Published: August 16, 2008
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Without Cole, who steps in?
Oklahoma State's William Cole had been playing both as a wideout and slot receiver, so in his absence, the opportunity arises for several receivers to earn more playing time.

These guys are atop the list:

•Artrell Woods: The back injury isn't even a question anymore; now it's all about football skill, and he's got plenty of it.

•Jeremy Broadway: The fourth-year junior is still trying to capitalize on his potential.

•DeMarcus Connor: Hasn't seen action outside of special teams in his first two seasons, but he will be asked to contribute.

•Hubert Anyiam: Decent size and great leaping ability make him a downfield threat; still working to become a complete player.

•Bo Bowling: The junior walk-on from Tonkawa has burst on the scene with his 4.4-second speed in the 40-yard dash and shifty moves that give tacklers fits in the open field.



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