Oklahoma State opened the season and there was one question on the mind of reporters and fans alike.
How will Tyreek Hill be utilized in the Cowboys’ offense?
It was a scary proposition for opponents tasked with stopping a world-class sprinter in football pads — especially when you factor in OSU’s up-tempo offense and the collection of weapons around Hill.
But through five games, the Cowboy coaching staff is still searching for answers as how to best use the track star. To the point where OSU coach Mike Gundy asserted that one of Hill’s best attributes within the offense is simply the attention he commands at every snap.
“He’s almost been better for us lately as a decoy, at times,” Gundy said.
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