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7-6, 7th in Big 12

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas A&M has quickly filled its offensive line coach vacancy by hiring Josh Henson from Oklahoma State's staff, according to a source. Henson and Jimbo Fisher crossed paths at LSU in the mid-2000s. Henson replaces Jim Turner, who left to join Zac Taylor's staff with the Cincinnati Bengals.

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20dAdam Rittenberg

Oklahoma St. hires Princeton's Gleeson as OC

Sean Gleeson, who coordinated a Princeton offense that set an Ivy League record with 470 points this past season, has been hired as Oklahoma State's new offensive coordinator.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy continues his trend of bold offensive coordinator hires by selecting Princeton's Sean Gleeson to oversee the Cowboys offense and quarterbacks. Gleeson follows Mike Yurcich, who came to Oklahoma State from Division II Shippensburg and had great success. North Texas OC Graham Harrell was another option for Gundy but could be headed to USC. Last fall, Princeton led the FCS in scoring with 47 points per game.

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26dTom VanHaaren

Breaking down the Big 12 recruiting classes

Oklahoma and Texas are leading the way with a combined 23 of the Big 12's 30 ESPN 300 commitments, but several other classes are also filling holes well with 2019 recruits.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Sources to ESPN: Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich is expected to join the Ohio State staff for the 2019 season. Yurcich's title is still to be determined but likely will involve him coaching quarterbacks, a group new Ohio State coach Ryan Day oversaw for the past two seasons. Yurcich, 43, has spent the past six seasons at Oklahoma State. He grew up in the Cleveland area. Todd Monken, a former Oklahoma State OC, could return to replace Yurcich but also has NFL opportunities. North Texas OC Graham Harrell could be another option for Mike Gundy.

Lock's throw reeled in with one hand by Blanton (0:37)
Lock stopped short on 4th-and-1 to seal Cowboys' victory (0:23)
Cowboys' Siverand ejected for targeting on big hit (1:08)
Missouri's Rountree motors to house on 55-yard TD (0:37)
Lock drops dime to Johnson for long Missouri TD (0:34)
Cowboys' Johnson hauls in Cornelius' 4th TD pass (0:43)
Hubbard gets to the edge on Cowboys TD (0:34)
Oklahoma State's Cornelius tosses 3rd TD pass (0:34)
Johnson makes dazzling 1-handed TD snag for Cowboys (0:31)
Lock threads needle to Gicinto for Missouri TD (0:33)
Referee gets rocked on Oklahoma State TD (0:27)
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DT Daniels heads to Huskers as grad transfer

DT Darrion Daniels, who will join his younger brother on the Cornhuskers' defensive line, is going to Nebraska as a grad transfer after earning his degree at Oklahoma State.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Nebraska announced the addition on Friday of DT Darrion Daniels as a graduate transfer from Oklahoma State. The transfer had been previously reported. Daniels is the older brother of Nebraska's Damion Daniels, a promising DT who will be a sophomore in 2019. Darrion was limited by injury this season for the Cowboys after starting 10 games in 2017.

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69dMark Schlabach

Meet the ESPN All-America team

Kyler Murray and Quinnen Williams lead this year's college football All-America team. Who else made the cut?

Gundy covers bet for man who took Oklahoma State over (1:14)
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74dJake Trotter

Check down: Gundy repays man's lost OK St. bet

Oklahoma State's .500 season led coach Mike Gundy to write a $250 check to an Oklahoma City radio personality who lost a Las Vegas bet on the team's win total this season.

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