Data Scout Notes: 2011: 1stC/PBiletnikoff...2010: 2ndC
Cole Beasley/Southern Methodist football Videos
*Automated search based on player first/last name, college team name, football, 3 loading panels, click video to view in full size on this page, watch or fast forward one full video, or open player with red arrow to choose more cuts at the bottom of the big video screen. Click "I'm done watching this" blue link at the top of video to close screen. If available/HQ changes video quality.
Draft Scout Cole Beasley News
10/10/16 - WR Cole Beasley caught four passes for 53 yards and a 14-yard touchdown late in the second quarter.
09/28/16 - WR Cole Beasley has 20 catches for 213 yards, putting him well on pace for career highs in catches (107) and yards (1,136).
09/21/16 - WR Cole Beasley has caught a team-leading 13 passes for 140 yards. It puts Beasley on pace for a 104-catch, 1,120-yard season. His career bests are the 52 passes he caught last season for 536 yards and five touchdowns. He is the third receiver but has become one of the team's most trusted targets, alongside Dez Bryant and tight end Jason Witten. Coach Jason Garrett calls Beasley "quarterback friendly. He's a guy the quarterbacks like to throw to. They like to throw to him in practice; they like to throw to him in games. One of the reasons is he gets open, and he finishes the play. He's done a good job for us. He's one of a number of different weapons we have on offense, so defenses can't simply focus on him. But even when they do, he seems to get open and make plays for us."
09/14/16 - WR Cole Beasley will continue to get a lot of balls in the middle of the field with opposing teams focused on stopping Dez Bryant. He caught eight passes for 65 yards against the Giants. However, he failed to get in the end zone, thanks largely to a huge drop at the 2-yard line. Teams will live with him nickel and diming his way down the field if doesn't cash in with touchdowns.
09/12/16 - WR Cole Beasley caught eight passes for 65 yards against the Giants but it was his first-quarter drop of a possible touchdown that will be remembered most from the 20-19 loss. "It's one of those you want back," Beasley said. "I touched it; I got to catch it. If it touches my hands, I got to get it. That's definitely one I'll be thinking about, and I'll want back. Something I need to work on I guess."