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Desmond Roland ran for three touchdowns in win over No. 15 Texas Tech.
Stewart, Barnett, Gilbert lead Orange; Lowe and Lewis headline the White.
Comments from Mike Gundy and others.
Transcript from Oklahoma State football's Wednesday availability session.
Lunt, Yurcich face the media for the first time.
Highlights from the 2012 Oklahoma State football spring game.
No. 19 Oklahoma State vs. Iowa State - UTSI
Oklahoma State football
Oklahoma State held its 2013 Spring Finale Saturday, April 20 inside Boone Pickens Stadium.
Oklahoma State vs. Kansas - AP Photo Gallery
Oklahoma State vs. Oklahoma - AP Photo Gallery
An injury prematurely ended his 2012 season, giving him a fifth-year of eligibility in 2013 ... A big target and a solid veteran in the OSU receiving corps ... On OSU's career charts ... Is eighth all-time at OSU with 2,064 receiving yards and is No. 8 all-time with 144 career receptions ... A proven playmaker for the Cowboys.
2013 (Senior): Started all 13 games ... Led OSU in receiving yards with 738 and receiving TDs with six ... Was on the receiving end of four of OSU's 10 longest passing plays of the regular season, including a 56-yard TD against Baylor, a 46-yard pass against TCU, a 41-yard pass against Kansas and a 41-yard pass against Missouri ... Also had a season-high 126 receiving yards against the Bears ... Second on the team with an average of 56.8 receiving yards per game ... Is second on the team with 44 catches ... Averages 14.5 yards per catch ... The only Cowboy to record multiple receiving touchdowns in a game this year, scoring twice in a win vs. Kansas.
2012 (Medical Redshirt): Did not play in the opener against Savannah State, but made a big debut the next week against Arizona with eight catches for 106 yards and four touchdowns ... Caught three passes for 22 yards against Louisiana and had six catches for 93 yards against Texas ... Caught three passes for 38 yards at Kansas, before being lost to injury ... Caught his longest reception of the season with a 31-yarder at Kansas ... Had receptions of 27 and 23 yards against Texas ... Had a 30-yard TD catch at Arizona.
2011 (Junior): Ended the season third on the team with 45 catches, third with 672 receiving yards and tied for third with four touchdowns ... Had a season-long 53-yarder against Oklahoma to set up OSU's first touchdown ... Had the best day of his career in the season opener with seven catches for 112 yards and a touchdown against Louisiana ... Topped those career totals with nine catches for 146 yards and a TD against Kansas State ... Caught five passes for 96 yards with a touchdown at Iowa State ... Caught a pass in every game he played, except Kansas ... Made a critical and acrobatic TD reception at Texas A&M in the midst of OSU's rally ... Averaged 14.9 yards on his receptions.
2010 (Sophomore): Averaged 12.5 yards on his 17 receptions ... Lone TD catch was a three-yard reception at Kansas ... Caught two passes for 55 yards at Texas Tech ... Had three receptions for 22 yards in the opener against Washington State ... Against Troy, he had three catches for 33 yards ... Caught two passes against Tulsa (for 28 yards) and Texas A&M (18 yards) ... Lone reception at Texas went for a season-long 29 yards ... Caught two passes for 13 yards in the Alamo Bowl win.
2009 (Freshman): Saw action in every game and took the field as a starter against Colorado ... Caught 11 passes but those grabs accounted for three touchdowns and he averaged 16.6 yards per catch ... Did not have a reception in the first three games of the season ... Had two catches for 35 yards, including a 28-yard touchdown reception on a pass from Brandon Weeden, against Grambling State ... Had a 51-yard touchdown catch from Zac Robinson at Texas A&M on the longest pass play of the season by the Cowboys ... Continued to display big-play potential with a 20-yard reception against Missouri, a 29-yard catch at Baylor and a 23-yarder vs. Texas ... Caught four passes for 19 yards at Iowa State, including a 10-yard touchdown.
High School: A key component in Union's drive to the state title ... A first-team all-district and all-metro selection ... All-state selection by the Tulsa World and The Oklahoman ... A SuperPrep all-region selection as the No. 77 player in the nine-state area ... As a tight end, Rivals.com listed Moore as the 17th best prospect in the country, and the fourth best athlete at tight end ... That service also rated him as the fifth fastest tight end in America with a "hands" rating of fourth nationally ... Rivals also listed Moore as the No. 17 prospect in Oklahoma ... Senior season numbers included 71 receptions for 1,023 yards and 15 scores ... Caught 15 passes as a junior for 638 yards and five scores ... Contributed 24 catches for 328 yards with three touchdowns as a sophomore ... Cowboys battled with several members of the former Big 12 North for his signature ... One of seven Oklahomans in his signing class ... Tulsa World metro player of the year.
Personal: Born Feb. 2, 1991, in Tulsa ... Son of Tracy and Jeannette Moore ... Education major ... Father was a standout basketball player at Tulsa and went on to play in the NBA with the Rockets, Mavericks and Pistons.