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Blackmon's 4.46 in the 40 headlines the day's action.
Reigning Big 12 champs start spring ball on Monday.
Cowboy quarterback talks about his pre-draft evaluation experience and his time at OSU.
Former Tulsa assistant has extensive experience coaching special teams and in the secondary.
Oklahoma State trio wins inaugural Pony Express Award.
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2010 FIRST-TEAM ALL-BIG 12
A former professional baseball player who joined the Cowboys in 2007 ... Had a record-breaking junior season in his first year as a starting quarterback since 2001 ... The All-Big 12 first-team quarterback as selected by the Big 12 coaches and Associated Press and finished third in AP's player of the year balloting behind two teammates (Justin Blackmon and Kendall Hunter) ... Is OSU's first all-league quarterback since the 1930s ... A finalist for the Manning Award ... Already owns a nice collection of school records, including single-season records for passing yards (4,277), total offense (4,209), touchdown passes (34), completed passes (342), pass attempts (511) and the completion percentage (66.9) ... He holds the single-game records for completions (34 vs. Baylor) and passing yards (435 vs. Baylor) ... He owns four of the top seven single-game passing totals in school history ... Ended the season third nationally in passing yards (4,277), No. 16 in points responsible for at 15.7, No. 16 nationally and tops in the Big 12 with an efficiency rating of 154.10 ... Was sixth nationally with 32 touchdown passes ... Enters the season with an 11-2 record as OSU's starting quarterback ... Enters his senior season with a career passing efficiency mark of 155.42 to rank fourth in the country among active players, trailing only Kellen Moore of Boise State, Andrew Luck of Stanford and Case Keenum of Houston ... Named as OSU's male student-athlete of the year for 2010-2011 for his work in the classroom and on the field.
2010 (Junior): Had seven 300-yard passing games and three 400-yard games ... He also had at least one touchdown pass in every game, at least two TD passes in 11 games and he had three TD passes against Washington State, Tulsa, Louisiana, Baylor and Kansas ... Against Tulsa, he had six touchdown passes to go with 409 yards ...He had passed for 328 yards by halftime of the Tulsa game ... Had a completion of at least 38 yards in every game ... His single-game yardage totals that rank in OSU's all-time top 10 include a school-record 435 against Baylor ... He had the fourth highest total twice with 409 yards against Tulsa and Texas ... He had the school's seventh best game when he had 389 vs. Kansas ... His 356-yard effort vs. Texas Tech is No. 10 all-time ... Completed more than 70 percent of his passes five times ... Against Baylor he was 34 of 42 for 81 percent.
2009 (Sophomore): Made a couple of impressive appearances ... Saw action in three games ... Against Grambling State he was 4-of-7 passing with 77 yards and two touchdowns ...Scoring plays went for 28 yards (Tracy Moore) and 19 yards (Dameron Fooks) ... Started the second half against Colorado and rallied OSU to victory with a 10-of-15 effort for 168 yards ... Had touchdown passes of 47 yards to Justin Blackmon (for the game-winning points) and 47 yards to Keith Toston ... Was 1-of-2 off the bench at OU.
2008 (Freshman): Saw action in one game and went 1-for-3 for eight yards against Missouri State.
High School: Led Sante Fe to an appearance in the state semifinals in the school's first-ever playoff appearance ... Was team MVP and offensive player of the year ... Finished second among Oklahoma prep players in passing yards with 2,863 to go with 29 touchdowns... Was an all-state baseball player ... Also played basketball.
Professional: Was the first player chosen in the 2002 Major League Baseball draft by the New York Yankees (second-round pick) ... Was a member of the New York-Penn League (Class A) All-Star team as pitcher ... Was later traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Personal: Born Oct. 14, 1983, in Oklahoma City ... Son of Robbie and Sharie Weeden ... Majoring in business management.
Weeden's Career Passing Stats