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Todd Monken: We'll Be Looking For Balance

When the Oklahoma State Cowboys rolled over Oklahoma 38-28 on Lewis Field back in 2002, then wide receivers coach Todd Monken was beside himself. He couldn't believe the Cowboys had not only beaten Oklahoma but offensively they dominated the Sooners, primarily because Rashaun Woods, the player he coached could not be stopped. Heck, the joke then and now is that Woods is still open.

Part of Monken's reaction from that day 10 years ago is because at the time Oklahoma was considered so much more of a dominant program than Oklahoma State. Monken is back at OSU, returning from Jacksonville in the NFL, and now Oklahoma State is a program that is one of the haves rather than a have not. "Like anything, if you want to win the conference or be considered a good program, you have to...

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