PFF places five Oklahoma State players on Offensive Team of the Week

The Oklahoma State offense was nothing outside of stellar in a massive road win over Texas Tech.

In a week that didn’t have many Big 12 games, five Cowboys filled the 12 spots in PFF’s Offensive Team of the Week for the Big 12.

The decision to rate Jesse Ertz over Mason Rudolph is a questionable one, but that doesn’t diminish the heroics of Marcus Keyes, Zachary Crabtree, James Washington, Marcell Ateman, and Justice Hill.

Justice Hill had a whopping 30 carries for 164 yards, but did not find the end zone.

James Washington dominated with nine catches for 127 yards and 1 TD.

Marcell Ateman kept the game winning drive alive with a fantastic catch over a Texas Tech defender.

Zachary Crabtree wasn’t expected to play this week because of an injury to his toe. He gutted it out anyways and played all 82 offensive snaps.

Marcus Keyes was instrumental in the protection of Mason Rudolph, and paved the way for Hill’s big night.

All in all, it was a solid outing for Oklahoma State, who got a massive win on the road. The Cowboys have a bye week now, and will face off with a struggling Baylor squad when they get back.

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