ESPN GameDay heading to BedlamESPNâ€™s GameDay will attend Saturdayâ€™s 7 p.m. Bedlam matchup between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater. The college football preview show featuring Chris Fowler, Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard and Erin Andrews will broadcast from the Library Lawn on the OSU campus. It will be OSUâ€™s fourth appearance on GameDay; the second time in three years GameDay has been in Stillwater; and the second straight time the ESPN college football preview show is on hand for Bedlam at Boone Pickens Stadium. GameDay last appeared for the Bedlam game in 2008. Saturdayâ€™s game will likely decide the Big 12 South championship, with the Cowboys securing the crown with a win and the Sooners likely to earn the title either by head-to-head tiebreaker or via a three-team tiebreaker with OSU and Texas A&M.
LIFE WITH HERSCHELCowboy oral commitment Herschel Sims of Abilene (Texas) will be featured on the season finale of the MTV documentary series â€œWorld of Jenksâ€ at 9 p.m. Monday on MTV. It will be a one-hour episode titled â€œBlack and Goldâ€ in which the day-to-day life of the elite running back recruit will be highlighted. â€œWorld of Jenksâ€ is a series of documentaries in which Andrew Jenks gives viewers an inside look at the lives of several different people, including a rapper, an NFL cheerleader, a comedian and Sims. Sims told the Abilene Reporter that he plans to watch the documentary, which was filmed last summer and earlier this football season, with his friends and family.
CARRYING THE LOADBefore the season began, there were questions abound about Kendall Hunterâ€™s role in Oklahoma Stateâ€™s offense with Dana Holgorsen installing his â€œAir Raidâ€ style attack for 2010. Heading into the final home game of his senior season, Hunter has already set a career-high in number of carries with 248 rushes for 1,461 yards and 16 touchdowns this year. He had 241 carries for 1,555 yards and 16 touchdowns during his sophomore season in 2008 when he earned All-American honors. Hunter, who surpassed 4,000 career yards (4,094) Saturday, is ranked No. 5 nationally in rushing. By Brandon Chatmon
ESPN GameDay heading to Bedlam