Data Scout Notes: **2017: UnitasWinner/2ndC/HMC-OPOY/OBrienFinalist...PMaxwell...2016: HMC...PMaxwell/POBrien...2015: NAC...PMaxwell...2014: NA
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01/02/18 - 2017 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Mason Rudolph (OPofY),...In addition to OSU's nine all-conference picks, 12 received honorable mention recognition, including Britton Abbott (fullback), Matt Ammendola (kicker), Keenen Brown (tight end), Calvin Bundage (linebacker), Crabtree (Offensive Lineman of the Year), Osborne (Defensive Lineman of the Year), Justin Phillips (linebacker), Ramon Richards (defensive back), Rudolph (Offensive Player of the Year), Zach Sinor (punter), Dillon Stoner (Offensive Freshman of the Year) and Chad Whitener (linebacker). - Oklahoma State Football
12/28/17 - No. 22 Virginia Tech was on the verge of finishing a lengthy drive and taking a double-figure lead early in the second quarter of the Camping World Bowl Thursday. But the inability to convert, as it so often does, changed the game's momentum in favor of No. 19 Oklahoma State. A botched handoff led to a fumble recovery by defensive back Ramon Richards at the Oklahoma State 12-yard line. The Cowboys scored on their next possession, took the lead for good before halftime and went on to a 30-21 decision at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla. Quarterback Mason Rudolph completed 21-of-32 passes for 351 yards and two touchdowns as Oklahoma State (10-3) won despite allowing 518 total yards and only possessing the ball for 21:47. However, key Hokie mistakes helped swing the outcome. None was bigger than the fumble that Richards recovered with Virginia Tech leading 7-3. It came on a first-down play from the Cowboys' 1-yard line and ended a drive that lasted 18 plays and traversed 82 yards while using 10:06 on the clock.
"It may have been," Richards said when asked if the play turned the game around. "But you have to give credit to a couple of guys who had an impact on the play before I even picked up the ball." The Cowboys converted the big turnover into a 36-yard field goal by Matt Ammendola that cut Virginia Tech's edge to 7-6 with 7:28 left in the first half. Justice Hill powered into the end zone from the 1 with 45 seconds left in the half to send Oklahoma State to the locker room ahead 13-7. Rudolph cranked up his right arm in the third quarter. The senior hit a sliding Dillon Stoner in the right front corner of the end zone for a 17-yard touchdown pass less than four minutes into the period to finish a 79-yard drive. - The Sports Xchange
12/19/17 - 2017 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): QB Mason Rudolph Oklahoma State Sr. Rock Hill, S.C./Northwestern HS,...Rudolph finished the regular season as the leading passer in the FBS, both in terms of passing yards (4,553) and passing yards per game (379.4) and he also leads the FBS in points responsible for per game (22.5). He ranks second in the FBS in both total offense (4,582) and total offense per game (381.8). Rudolph is among the top five quarterbacks nationally in virtually every major statistical category and he headlines the nation's top-ranked passing offense and the highest-scoring offense from any of the Power Five conferences. - Oklahoma State Football
11/30/17 - Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph was the surprising winner of the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award in an announcement made Thursday. Rudolph was the selection over Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield in balloting for the award that goes to the nation's top senior quarterback. Mayfield is the prohibitive favorite to win the Heisman Trophy. Rudolph leads the nation with 4,553 passing yards and has 35 touchdowns against nine interceptions. "Winning the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award is a meaningful honor for me because this is a reflection of how I was raised," Rudolph said in a statement. "I was taught from a young age that there is more to life than football and I'm thankful to the committee for selecting me. I am humbled and thankful to everyone who helped me get to this point."
The Unitas Award factors in character, citizenship, scholastic achievement and leader qualities in addition to football performance. That certainly was a factor in Rudolph winning the award. "Mason represents our football program the right way. He's won a ton of games for us. He's played with broken ribs, he's played with a broken foot and he's been tremendous for this school and tremendous for society," Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said in a statement. "I had a conversation with his mom and dad and told them for everything that he's done (on the field), as a parent, you should be more proud of what he's done (in the community). He's awesome." The award ceremony is Dec. 8 in Baltimore. The other finalists were Ohio State's J.T. Barrett, North Carolina State's Ryan Finley and Penn State's Trace McSorley. - The Sports Xchange
11/25/17 - No. 19 Oklahoma State and Kansas played to their personalities Saturday. The Cowboys piled up yards and points, featuring the usual suspects in quarterback Mason Rudolph, wide receiver James Washington and more. The Jayhawks stumbled, again, on the road. The result was Oklahoma State routing Kansas 58-17 at Boone Pickens Stadium. Rudolph passed for 438 yards with two touchdowns and ran for two more scores, and wideouts Washington, Marcell Ateman and Dillon Stoner all went over 100 yards receiving, highlighting a 661-yard day for the Cowboys' offense. Kansas lost its 46th straight true road game, extending a streak that dates back to 2009. It's been even longer -- 2008 -- since the Jayhawks won a conference road game, spanning 37 Big 12 road trips. The Cowboys (9-3, 6-3 Big 12) await their bowl destination. Kansas (1-11, 0-9) lost its 11th straight since a season-opening win over Southeast Missouri State. Rudolph, the nation's leading passer, completed 31 of 43 passes and found nine different receivers in his final career home game. - The Sports Xchange