Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph deserves more credit for what he does on a regular basis. As the Cowboys played against Pitt on Saturday in a game that was nationally televised on ESPN, those watching were treated to the brilliant play of the senior quarterback.
Before the first quarter was up, Rudolph already threw two touchdowns and the Cowboys led by 21 points. His second touchdown was truly special. Rudolph magically escaped pressure and threw rigtht before being shoved to the ground. He found receiver Marcel Ateman, who went 69 yards for the score.
— Steelers Depot (@Steelersdepot) September 16, 2017
Rudolph now has eight touchdown passes on the young season as Oklahoma’s offense continues to steamroll opponents. We cannot wait to see what this young man does the rest of the way this season en route to the NFL in 2018.