The 20 Most Important People to the 2015 Season (No. 2)

first_imgBoone: Finally, Kyle and I agreed on a slot. Everyone is hyped on Rudolph, with good reason. With Rudolph, the Cowboys have a heck of an arm and a deceitfully mobile quarterback who can distribute all over the field. I’m sure he has a lot to learn still, but going into his second year in Stillwater, I expect the offense to look much differently from his three starts at the end of last season. Expect more tempo, more deep balls, and more points. I watched the highlights above and my hands got a little clammy with excitement.Two. More. Days. It’s time to get weird.Beat OU in Norman then torched three 1st round draft picks in bowl game. Still has 39 games left. U Mad? pic.twitter.com/j38XOijzBP— Pistols Firing (@pistolsguy) August 28, 2015No. 3 (Porter: Adkins | Boone: Kevin Peterson)No. 4 (Porter: Salako | Boone: Ogbah)No. 5 (Porter: Gundy | Boone: Carson)No. 6 (Porter: Ogbah | Boone: Sheperd)No. 7 (Porter: Bean | Boone: Childs)No. 8 (Porter: Spencer | Boone: Taylor)No. 9 (Porter: Carson | Boone: Washington)No. 10 (Porter: Taylor | Boone: Bean)No. 11 (Porter: Maile | Boone: Burton)No. 12 (Porter: Burton | Boone: Simmons)No. 13 (Porter: Walsh | Boone: Seaton)No. 14 (Porter: Peterson | Boone: Crabtree)No. 15 (Porter: Washington | Boone: Jacobs)No. 16 (Porter: Sterns | Boone: Salako)No. 17 (Porter: Childs | Boone: Sterns)No. 18 (Porter: Sheperd | Boone: Maile)No. 19 (Porter: McEndoo | Boone: Walsh)No. 20 (Porter: Jacobs | Boone: Lampkin) Kyle and I will be sorting through the 20 most important people leading up to the 2015 season every day until the Central Michigan game which, as you know, is just 2 (!) days away.Porter: It’s finally Mason Rudolph time for me in the second slot. No. 2 as No. 2. It’s tough to put an entire season on the shoulders of a three-games-deep sophomore but such is life as a Power Five QB with a good defense. The good thing is he seems to have the demeanor necessary for such a task.“Mason’s going to go through a learning curve for 5-6 games,” said Mike Gundy earlier this week. “But he’s very easy for us to coach. He’s a student of the game, he’s very respectful, very low-key. He’s more like Chelf in that he’s cerebral at it.”AdChoices广告A reminder of how special he looked at the end of last season. While you’re here, we’d like you to consider subscribing to Pistols Firing and becoming a PFB+ member. It’s a big ask from us to you, but it also comes with a load of benefits like ad-free browsing (ads stink!), access to our premium room in The Chamber and monthly giveaways.The other thing it does is help stabilize our business into the future. As it turns out, sending folks on the road to cover games and provide 24/7 Pokes coverage like the excellent article you just read costs money. Because of our subscribers, we’ve been able to improve our work and provide the best OSU news and community anywhere online. Help us keep that up.last_img

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