Mason Rudolph Impresses Tulsa Coach, Manages OSU’s Expectations

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Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph is back for his senior season and University of Tulsa coach Philip Montgomery wishes he wasn't.

Tulsa visits OSU for the season opener on August 31, and Montgomery is a big fan of Rudolph's talent and ability.

He believes Rudolph  has the skills to play in the NFL already and his defense will have to try to slow down the Cowboys, who will enter the game ranked 10th in the nation in the preseason Associated Press poll.

Rudolph is keeping  level head with all the preseason hype and is encouraging his teammates to keep their focus on the moment at hand.

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