OSU Sweeps Big 12 Weekly Honors

first_imgWhen you beat a top 10 team, you can imagine it was due to a concerted effort from every position group.Oklahoma State SWEPT weekly Big 12 honors this week, only the second time it has happened in Big 12 history…Rudolph, Whitener & Sinor sweep @Big12Conference weekly awards. That’s only happened 1 other time in Big 12 history.https://t.co/bkUyRccVTu— Cowboy Football (@CowboyFB) November 9, 2015 Offensive Player of the Week – Mason Rudolph352 yards, 5 touchdowns, and 0 interceptions.Defensive Player of the Week – Chad WhitenerWhitener had 12 tackles and 2 big interceptions, including a game-closing pick six.Chad Whitener with the ❗️ on @CowboyFB’s victory. https://t.co/ybGqgsOSO0— Big 12 Conference (@Big12Conference) November 8, 2015Special teams Player of the Week – Zach SinorSix of his nine punts pinned the Horned Frogs inside their own 20. Only one of his punts were returned for more than 2 yards! If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!last_img read more

Scaachi Koul to write and executive produce the comedy series inspired by

first_imgAdvertisement Facebook Twitter The bestselling debut essay collection from Buzzfeed culture writer Scaachi Koul, One Day We’ll All Be Dead And None of This Will Matter (Doubleday Canada), is being adapted into a comedy series by the recently launched TV division of Toronto’s First Generation Films.Koul will write and executive-produce the scripted half-hour series with FGF’s Christina Piovesan and Machenzie Lush. It marks the author’s first time writing for TV.“I’m very excited to work with First Gen on bringing my book — and more pressingly, my father — to television,” Koul says in a press release. FGF adds: “Scaachi’s singular voice is at once fearlessly bold yet incredibly vulnerable and she’s exactly the kind of artist whose stories we want to be telling. She paints such a vivid and hilarious portrait of what it means to be an outsider that we immediately connected with her story and think audiences will too.” Login/Register With: Advertisement The deal for adaptation rights was arranged by Ron Eckel at the Cooke Agency in association with Jeff Alpern at the Alpern Group.FGF is also mid-production on a number of other screen adaptations of Canadian books, most notably Kate Beaton’s picture book The Princess and the Pony and Jeff Lemire’s graphica trilogy, Essex County.By Becky Robertson LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisementlast_img read more