By Scott Wright, Staff Writer, email@example.com
STILLWATER — Last season, with the most potent passing offense in college football, Oklahoma State averaged 38.8 rushing attempts per game.
Lots of teams ran the ball more often, but none that had anything in the range of Cowboy-level passing success.
This season, OSU has a new starter at quarterback, and less experienced receivers, but a running back depth chart that seemingly never ends.
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