Justin Blackmon exploded to become Oklahoma State's No. 1 receiver from the season opener, when he caught three touchdown passes, more than he'd previously had in his entire career.
As the season progressed, Josh Cooper became the team's obvious second option, finishing with 68 catches for 736 yards and five touchdowns.
But one receiver's absence was rendered more inconspicuous by the offense's rise to one of the best in college football: Hubert Anyiam.
Could the OSU offense be even better in 2011 with Anyiam as an addition, perhaps overtaking Cooper as the team's No. 2 receiver? After finally recovering from a nagging ankle injury, that might be the case.
"I hope so," Cowboys coach Mike Gundy said. "Hubert, I think he's healthy for the
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