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Desmond Roland ran for three touchdowns in win over No. 15 Texas Tech.
17 returning starters are included; QBs Lunt, Walsh, Chelf all listed equally.
Justin Gilbert's two interceptions lead the way for Orange squad.
Cowboys hosted media availability session.
Highlights from the 2012 Oklahoma State football spring game.
USATSPI: Oklahoma State vs. Oklahoma - 12/07/13
Oklahoma State vs. Kansas - USATSI Gallery
No. 19 Oklahoma State vs. Iowa State - UTSI
Oklahoma State takes on TCU
2013 Second Team All-Big 12, Coaches
2013 Second Team All-Big 12, Associated Press
Finished his career with the school record for yards per pass (min. 200 attempts) at 8.6 and also ranked among the best in school history in total offensive yards (ninth with 4,782), TDs responsible for (eighth with 44), passing yards per game (fifth with 142.6), averahe yards per pass (fifth with 8.0), pass efficiency (fourth at 143.1), completion percentage (fourth at 59.0 percent), passing touchdowns (fifth with 37), passing yards (sixth with 4,277), passing attempts (ninth with 537) and completions (seventh with 317).
2013 (Senior): Solidified himself in the starting quarterback role after leading the Cowboys to a 58-27 win over Iowa State ... Started the season opener, as well as OSU's last seven games in 2013-14 ... Ranked among the top five Big 12 players in completions per game, pass efficiency, passing touchdowns, passing yards per game, passing yards per completion, points responsible for, points responsible for per game and total offense per game ... A first team member of the 2013 Academic All-Big 12 team ... Started eight games at quarterback during the season, including the opener against Mississippi State and the final seven games of the year ... Saw playing time in every game except the Cowboys' loss at West Virginia ... Completed three passes in six attempts against Mississippi State ... His best game as a reserve was a 192-yard passing effort at UTSA ... Played significantly in a win against TCU, going 10-of-25 with 178 yards ... Started the following week in an easy win against Iowa State and never left his spot as the starter ... Had an impressive 85 yards rushing against the Cyclones to go with 78 passing yards and touchdown through the air ... Hit his stride in the final five games of the regular season, averaging 249 passing yards during that stretch that included a career-high 370 yards in a win over No. 3 Baylor and 265 yards in a win over Kansas ... Earned national player of the week honors after he completed 76 percent of his passes and threw for three scores and rushed for another in addition to his career-high passing yards in leading OSU over Baylor ... Also had a 48-yard reception on a quarterback throwback to set up on OSU score against the Bears ... Surpassed 80 yards rushing in three games, including Iowa State (85), Texas Tech (88) and Texas (95) ... Had OSU's longest rush of the regular season with a 67-yard touchdown run at Texas Tech ... Big 12 offensive player of the week following the win at Tech ... Including his 67-yarder against the Red Raiders, he totaled fives rushes of at least 20 yards ... Completed 33 passes of at least 20 yards, with the longest being a 56-yard strike to Tracy Moore against Baylor ... Also had a 51-yard pass to Marcell Ateman in that game ... Finished the season with a 200-yard passing effort on 19-of-35 attempts against Oklahoma ... Ended the regular season with 15 touchdown passes with just six interceptions.
2012 (Junior): Began the 2012 season as the third-team quarterback and ended the season by starting the final five games and being named Most Valuable Player of the Heart Of Dallas Bowl ... Selected as Oklahoma State's 2013 Male Student-Athlete of the Year for his performance both in the classroom and on the field ... Athletes from all of OSU's sports are eligible for the award ... Played briefly against Savannah State in the season opener, hitting two of his five pass attempts for nine yards, including a touchdown ... Was 2-of-3 against Louisiana, again in mop-up duty, with 42 yards and a touchdown ... Had an interception in that game as well ... Season took a big turn at Kansas State when he came off the bench in relief of an injured Wes Lunt against the second-ranked Wildcats ... Was 16-of-27 for 233 yards with a touchdown and interception, to go with 33 rushing yards, as he rallied the Cowboys to within striking distance of K-State ... His first career start came the next week when he passed for 292 yards and four touchdowns in a 55-34 win over West Virginia ... Rushed for 33 yards and completed 11 passes against Texas Tech ... Those completions covered 229 yards with three touchdowns, in an easy OSU win ... Had another strong game at Oklahoma with 253 passing yards and 63 rushing yards as he led OSU to its highest point total ever against the Sooners (48) ... Had a 38-yard run against OU to set up a score ... Hit Josh Stewart for a 75-yard TD as well ... In the regular-season finale at Baylor he passed for 332 yards and two touchdowns for the first 300-yard game of his career ... Had TD passes to Josh Stewart and David Glidden against the Bears ... Was sharp in the bowl game, going 17-of-22 through the air for 197 yards with three TDs ... Long pass of the game was a 27-yard scoring strike to Isaiah Anderson ... Also ran for eight yards and caught a pass against the Boilermakers ... Ended the season with three touchdown passes in excess of 60 yards ...
2011 (Sophomore): Saw action in four games ... Was 4-of-4 passing for 70 yards and a touchdown against Louisiana ... Played against Tulsa but did not attempt a pass ... Saw the most action of his career when he played more than a half in the win over Kansas ... Completed 14 of his 21 attempts for 206 yards and two touchdowns ...Went 2-of-4 for 31 yards in the win at Texas Tech.
2010 (Freshman): Saw action in five games ... Was 8-of-11 for 165 yards with two touchdowns vs. Tulsa ... Scoring passes covered 10 yards to Hubert Anyiam and 27 yards to Charlie Moore ... Was 4-of-5 through the air against Washington State for 29 yards ... Was 0-of-1 passing against Baylor ... Also played at Kansas and against Arizona.
High School: Passed for more than 2,200 yards and rushed for over 700 as a senior ... Accounted for 31 touchdowns ... Conference player of the year ... Rushed for 695 yards and passed for 1,534 yards as a junior ... A SuperPrep Midlands top-100 honoree (No. 52) ... Rated by Rivals as the No. 34 dual-threat quarterback in the country and a top-30 player in the state of Oklahoma ... Honorable mention all-state by The Oklahoman and Tulsa World ... A former commitment to Tulsa ... Also participated in track ... Honor student ... Member of FCA.
Personal: Born Dec. 5, 1990, in Enid ... Parents are Randy and Donna Chelf ... His brother, Colton, was an OSU football player from in 2010 and 2011 ... Working on his masters in business administration ... Father also played football at OSU.