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Oklahoma St. Cowboys 2009 Season Preview/Prediction

The College Football season may be 6-7 weeks away but our man James Hayes has been deep in study and will provide his take and 2009 College Football Predictions on as many NCAA teams as he can before the 2009/10 season kicks off.

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Coach: Mike Gundy
2008 Record: 9-4

It is difficult to scrap your way to the top of the Big 12 South division when Texas and Oklahoma routinely loom over you, but the Cowboys kept scorekeepers busy in ’08 and that trend will continue.

Ok. State has some experience returning to a so-so defense, which they only need a little of because the offense will score a la the 2004 Indianapolis Colts.

OSU Gambling Odds from Betus.com to win BCS: +5000

So it’s no surprise the offense is electric with the return of receiver Dez Bryant (87 receptions for damn near 1,500 yards and 19 TDs last year!)

All-American running back Kendall Hunter and elite left tackle Russell Okung. Senior quarterback Zac Robinson is who makes everything run smoothly. R

obinson also presents a dynamic passing/scrambling threat. Expect cornerback Perrish Cox and a very good linebacker corps to lead the D.

Team Strengths
The offense will put the ball in the end zone a lot. The line will break in a couple new starter but returners Okung, Brady Bond and Andrew Lewis will be able to anchor.

Keith Toston and Beau Johnson represent depth at tailback in case of an injury to Hunter and Patrick Lavine, Orie Lemon and Andre Sexton comprise one of the Big 12’s best group of ’backers.

Team Weaknesses
Oklahoma State had a serious problem generating a pass rush last season, with the leader registering only three sacks. Derek Burton, Ugo Chinasa and some JUCOs will have to get hungry in pursuit. There are three new starters in the secondary and no elite receiving target other than Bryant.

If the offense stays remotely like it was last season, the Cowboys will score on anyone. Defensively, all there needs to be is a little improvement – which should be possible with Cox, the linebackers and new defensive coordinator Bill Young – and we should see an improvement in the win column.

2009 Oklahoma State Cowboys Record Prediction: 10-3

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