Midwest City, OK
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5-11 / 205
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.
Stewart, Barnett, Gilbert lead Orange; Lowe and Lewis headline the White.
Comments from Mike Gundy and others.
Cowboys hosted media availability session.
No. 19 Oklahoma State vs. Iowa State - UTSI
Heart of Dallas Bowl: Oklahoma State vs. Purdue - AP Photos
No. 6 Oklahoma State vs. Missouri - AP Photo Gallery
Randle, Weeden and Blackmon lead Oklahoma State to a Thursday-night triumph.
2013 Second-Team All-Big 12, Coaches
2013 Second-Team All-Big 12, Associated Press
One of the Big 12 Conference's top defenders in 2013 and the leader of the OSU secondary ... Led OSU in total tackles in 2012 and 2011 ... An aggressive and intelligent player ... Finished his career with 39 consecutive starts.
2013 (Senior): Started every game at safety and one of the clear leaders of the team ... Second on the squad with 87 total tackles, but led the Cowboys in solo stops with 73 ... Had two interceptions on the year, including a crucial interception at the end of a 33-29 win over Kansas State that he returned 72 yards ... Also picked off a pass against TCU ... Named Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in a win over No. 3 Baylor, leading the team with 10 tackles and a pass breakup to help hold the Bears' nation-leading scoring offense to just 17 points ... Credited with seven passes broken up and a forced fumble ... Led the team in tackles vs. Lamar (8), Texas Tech (11), Baylor (10) and Oklahoma (9) ... Had seven tackles vs. Mississippi State and Texas ... Had six tackles vs. UTSA, TCU and Iowa State.
2012 (Junior): Tied for the team lead with 75 tackles ... Had season-high of nine tackles against Texas and Kansas State ... Had eight tackles against Oklahoma and Baylor, and seven against Purdue ... Had six tackles vs. Arizona and Kansas ... Had a quarterback sack against Louisiana and tackles for loss against Savannah State and Iowa State ... Forced a fumble at Arizona ... Recorded his interceptions against Iowa State and TCU ... Returned his pick against the Horned Frogs 43 yards to the TCU 1 to set up an OSU score ... Scored a touchdown against Purdue when he plucked a fumble out of the air and returned it 37 yards ... Broke up four passes ... His 13 assisted tackles led the Cowboys.
2011 (Sophomore): His 97 tackles topped the team ... Had a season-high 12 tackles and recovered a fumble against Kansas State ... Earned 11 tackles against Missouri, 10 vs. Tulsa and nine against Baylor, Oklahoma and Stanford ... Recorded two quarterback sacks against Texas and caused a critical fumble ... Returned his lone interception of the year 34 yards against Baylor ... Forced fumbles against A&M and Arizona, along with the strip against the Longhorns.
2010: Spent the year as a redshirt after suffering an off-season injury.
2009 (Freshman): Played in 11 games ... Missed two games (Missouri and Baylor) with a minor injury ... Was a member of all of OSU's special teams ... Best game was a four-tackle effort against Grambling State ... Had two stops in his college debut against No. 13 Georgia ... OSU defensive staff considered him among the top freshmen on the roster.
High School: An All-America selection as a prepster ... A physical defender and one of Oklahoma's headliners in 2008 ... Led Carl Albert to a slot in the state championship game ... Finished seventh in Class 5A with 127 tackles ... Also ran for 141 yards and a TD on just 13 carries and caught 16 passes for 376 yards and four scores ... Had 124 tackles as a sophomore and 116 as a junior ... Never missed a play in three years at Carl Albert ... Averaged 19.3 yards on 19 punt returns ... A SuperPrep All-American and rated as the seventh-best player in a nine-state area by that publication ... A Tom Lemming All-American as well ... Rivals.com ranked his "ball skills" as second best in the country and named him No. 15 among all safety prospects ... Scout.com rated him as the nation's No. 11 safety prospect ... The Oklahoman's defensive player of the year ... All-stater as selected by The Oklahoman and Tulsa World ... Also earned all-state honors as a junior ... Had scholarship offers from at least seven Big 12 schools ... Was the state runner-up in the 400 meters.
Personal: Born March 23, 1991, in Oklahoma City ... Son of Ralph and Lucretia Lowe ... Has a younger brother and an older sister ... A member of the National Honor Society and the FCA ... Lists riding horses as one of his hobbies ... Sociology major.