You’re going to watch this interception by an Oklahoma State defensive back and wonder what it has to do with the Piesman. Just be patient.
Wild play alert courtesy of @CowboyFB defense.#Big12FB on FS1 https://t.co/9wNohKypWe— Big 12 Conference (@Big12Conference) October 22, 2016
That’s tackle Vincent Taylor pitching the ball to defensive end Jarrell Owens, and to the best of our knowledge it’s the first DOUBLE PIESMAN PLAY EVER. And that wasn’t even the first awesome lineman thing the Cowboys did in this game!
Before coming to Stillwater, DeQuinton Osborne was a first-team All-American in junior college. If you’re wondering how the 310 pound defensive tackle is handling the transition to Big 12 play, the answer is this:
WATCH: DeQuinton Osborne with a huge interception to set up the TD run by Rennie Childs! #okstate https://t.co/4ouMEWOf7L— Cowboy Football (@CowboyFB) October 22, 2016
Three Piesman candidates in one game? You’re far too kind, Oklahoma State.