NEO A&M JC
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6-6 / 322
Reigning Big 12 champs start spring ball on Monday.
The accolades received by the Oklahoma State football team in 2011.
Coach Gundy and the Cowboys meet with the media in preparation for the 2012 Fiesta Bowl.
Members of the Oklahoma State offense met with the media Thursday.
No. 3 Cowboys, No. 4 Cardinal clash in one of bowl season's best matchups.
A first-team All-Big 12 selection by the coaches and the Associated Press (unanimous selection to the AP team) ... One of the top stories of the 2010 season ... One of several inexperienced Cowboy offensive linemen who developed into dependable starters in 2010 ... Started every game at right tackle ... Has excellent size and athleticism ... Was a late addition to the 2009 Cowboy signing class when he joined the roster in the summer ... An anchor on an OSU offensive line that finished the regular season No. 8 nationally allowing less than one sack per game ... Was among the candidates for Big 12 offensive lineman of the year.
2010 (Junior): Had just a handful of plays under his belt entering fall camp, but won the starting job in August and started every game in 2010 ... Graded out at 100 percent against Texas ... Did not allow a sack during the season and became perhaps the team's best offensive lineman ... Made a mid-game switch against OU when he moved from right tackle to left tackle without missing a beat ... OSU did not allow a sack in that game and allowed just one over the last six games of the season ... Was OSU's offensive lineman of the week five times.
2009 (Sophomore): Saw action in all 13 games, primarily on special teams ... At times, he lined up as a fourth tight end for the Cowboys ... Was in on 18 plays against Grambling State ... Got in 10 reps at Baylor.
NEO A&M JC: Redshirted his first year in junior college ... Started at right guard for the Golden Norsemen in 2008 but also logged some time playing tackle.
High School: Played four years at SHS and was a heavily decorated prep athlete ... Coached by Jody Iams ... Helped lead the team to an undefeated run to the 2006 Oklahoma 3A state title as a senior and to the state semifinals as a junior ... Became the first student-athlete in Rogers County to be named all-county in football, basketball and baseball ... Was also an all-district and all-conference pick in all three sports.
Personal: Born Nov. 12, 1988, in Claremore ... Son of Shawn and Cindy Story ... Would like to pursue a career in coaching ... An education major ... Has four brothers and a sister.