Jeremy Smith and Desmond Roland ran for three touchdowns apiece.
Career Highs: Receptions - 8 vs. Iowa State, 10/4/14 Receiving Yards - 156 at Oklahoma, 12/6/14 Long Reception - 87 vs. Missouri State, 9/6/14
Among the most physically gifted of Oklahoma State’s offensive skill position players, he has the size, the jumping ability, the speed and strength to beat opposing defenders in a number of ways.
2014 (Junior): Ranked third in the Big 12 and 20th nationally with 18.9 yards per reception ... Produced his finest day to date with seven receptions for 156 yards and two touchdowns to serve as a central figure in OSU’s Bedlam Series win over No. 18 Oklahoma in Norman ... His 43-yard touchdown grab with 4:51 remaining against the Sooners made it a one-possession game and enabled the Cowboys to eventually tie the game with less than one minute left and send the contest into overtime, where the Pokes won it ... Also had a big role in OSU’s Cactus Bowl win over Washington, catching five passes for 98 yards and a touchdown, and throwing a 22-yard pass to quarterback Mason Rudolph ... Led the Cowboys with 12 plays from scrimmage of 20 yards or more (11 receptions and one rush) ... His 87-yard touchdown catch against Missouri State in week two marked the second-longest reception in OSU history ... Struck for a 57-yard reception at TCU ... Of his 39 receptions, 35 resulted in either a first down or a touchdown (.897 pct.)
2013 (Sophomore): Played in every game ... Had 14 catches for 223 yards on the year ... His best game of the year came at UTSA, where he recorded season-highs for receptions (four), yards (73) and TDs (one) ... Grabbed three catches for 28 yards against Kansas State ... Had a 25-yard catch against Baylor and a season-long 38-yard reception against Oklahoma.
2012 (Freshman): Played in six games and had one catch (against Savannah State) … Lone kickoff return of the season went for 26 yards against Purdue in the Heart Of Dallas Bowl.
High School: Coached by Mark Goldenburg ... A SuperPrep All-America selection … Ranked as that publication’s No. 4 prospect in the Midlands region … St. Louis all-metro pick and a first-team all-stater … Listed by Scout as the nation’s No. 16 recruit at receiver … Ranked by Rivals as No. 12 in Missouri … Senior season stats included 47 catches for 818 yards with 21 receiving touchdowns, five rushing touchdowns and two scores in the return game … Had 56 tackles on defense with three interceptions and a fumble recovery … A sprinter and hurdler for the track team who placed in the top three at the state meet in each event in which he competed … Had heavy recruiting interest with some of his reported scholarship offers coming from Illinois, Iowa, Kansas State and Missouri.
Personal: Brandon Sheperd was born Nov. 16, 1992, in St. Louis, Mo. ... Son of Kara Sheperd and Karlton Finger.