PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz. -- Everything about the first trip to the BCS is new for Oklahoma State.
At least one thing hasn't gone as expected. Back on Dec. 4, when the Cowboys learned their bowl destination, quarterback Brandon Weeden smiled and confessed he'd be bringing his golf clubs to Arizona.
A walk-on with Oklahoma State's storied golf team, he didn't need anybody to tell him that the Scottsdale area was a golfing hot spot.
This week, though, he was only able to squeeze in 11 holes, and two were in the dark.
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