Desmond Roland ran for three touchdowns in win over No. 15 Texas Tech.
Justin Gilbert's two interceptions lead the way for Orange squad.
Stewart, Barnett, Gilbert lead Orange; Lowe and Lewis headline the White.
Comments from Mike Gundy and others.
Highlights from the 2012 Oklahoma State football spring game.
Oklahoma State vs. Texas Tech (USATSI)
Oklahoma State takes on TCU
Oklahoma State football
Heart of Dallas Bowl: Oklahoma State vs. Purdue - AP Photos
2012 First-Team All-Big 12, Associated Press
Had a solid season as a true freshman ... In 2012, he blossomed into one of OSU's primary offensive weapons with one of the best sophomore seasons in school history ... Already ranks 10th all-time at Oklahoma State with 1,501 receiving yards and eighth all-time with 120 career receptions.
2012 (Sophomore): Ended the season with 101 receptions to rank 10th nationally in catches per game (7.8), fourth on OSU's single-season list, and third in the Big 12 ... His 1,210 receiving yards are seventh on OSU's single-season list and No. 14 in the NCAA in 2012 ... Finished fourth in the Big 12 with 93.1 receiving yards per game and was seventh in the league with 107.9 all-purpose yards per game ... Averaged 105.1 receiving yards in Big 12 games ... The 1,210 receiving yards represent the third best total by an OSU sophomore, trailing only Justin Blackmon's NCAA sophomore record of 1,782 yards in 2010, and Dez Bryant's 1,480 in 2008 ... Averaged 12 yards per catch ... Led OSU in catches (101), receiving yards (1,210), receiving touchdowns (seven) and 100-yard receiving games (five) ... Had 13-catch games against Iowa State and West Virginia, which tied for the second-best single-game catch totals in school history ... Caught 12 passes at Baylor ... His 100-yard receiving games came against Louisiana (104), TCU (120), West Virginia (172), Oklahoma (150) and Baylor (149) ... Was fourth in the Big 12 with five games of more than 100 receiving yards ... Over the final six games of the regular season, Stewart had 54 catches covering 700 yards ... Had two TD catches against Louisiana ... His 13-catch, 172-yard effort against West Virginia included a pair of touchdown catches and a 46-yard TD run from scrimmage ... That performance earned him Big 12 player of the week honors ... Along with his five 100-yard games, he also had 98 receiving yards at Arizona, 81 vs. Texas, 76 at Kansas, 89 vs. Iowa State and 92 at Kansas State ... Did not catch a TD pass over a four-game stretch, but had four in the last three games of the regular season ... Had a 75-yard TD reception against Oklahoma on the first snap of the second half, and a 44-yard TD catch vs. Texas ... Had 17 catches of at least 20 yards ... In the bowl game against Purdue, Stewart had a 21-yard run from scrimmage, completed a 15-yard pass, caught five passes for 56 yards, including a 31-yard reception, and set up a touchdown with a 64-yard punt return.
2011 (Freshman): Caught 18 passes and averaged 15.3 yards per catch ... That average led the team for receivers with at least 19 catches ... At Texas Tech he had two receptions for 93 yards and two scores ... Touchdowns covered 66 and 27 yards ... The 66-yarder was OSU's second longest pass play of the season ... Also scored a TD in Lubbock when he recovered a fumble in the end zone on a kickoff ... Had a critical 28-yard reception in OSU's comeback win over Texas A&M ... Caught five passes for 64 yards at Kansas ... Grabbed three passes for 41 yards against K-State ... Ended the season with 261 kickoff return yards for an average of 20.1 with a long of 32 against Iowa State.
High School: Joined fellow Guyer signees Jimmy Bean and J.W. Walsh in the 2011 recruiting class ... A long-time Texas A&M commit who switched to OSU ... As a senior he caught 56 passes for 971 yards with 10 scores while he had 85 tackles and seven interceptions on defense ... Played on a state finalist team ... Honorable mention all-stater ... SuperPrep all-region selection and rated as the No. 60 recruit in Texas ... Made the state and area lists as part of the Dallas Morning News top 100 ... Member of the Austin American Statesman Fab 55 ... Scout.com ranked him No. 37 in America as a defensive back prospect and the No. 74 overall recruit in the state of Texas ... Rivals ranked him No. 44 among the nation's prospects at receiver.
Personal: Born Oct. 22, 1992, in New Orleans ... Son of Valrie and Charles Stewart ... Also played basketball for three years ... An education major.