Tuning into the World Series this year, Brandon Weeden felt like it was another lifetime when he was playing baseball.
Just three years ago, he was pitching to some of the same
players who were competing on baseball's biggest stage. Not that
After an arm injury put his baseball career in jeopardy, Weeden
made the switch to pursue his other dream and it's paying off. He's
second in the nation in passing, tied for the most touchdown passes
and has No. 12 Oklahoma State (8-1, 4-1 Big 12) in prime position
to play in its first BCS bowl game.
The Cowboys lead the Big 12 South but still must face Texas and
Oklahoma in the final three weeks of the regular season.