Just days after the Heartland College Sports crew debated whether or not Chuba Hubbard would and should come back to Oklahoma State for the 2020 college football season, we know one thing for sure, he’s playing in the Texas Bowl vs. Texas A&M.
Hubbard confirmed the news on Tuesday during his media availability, but he did not commit to coming back to Stillwater in 2020.
Hubbard rushed for 1,936 yards on 309 carries this season, which earned him a spot as a first-team All-American. Only Barry Sanders has more rushing yards in a season for OSU with his NCAA-record of 2,850 yards in 1988.
Oklahoma State is already set to be without starting quarterback Spencer Sanders, who injured his thumb last month, along with Tylan Wallace who suffered a season-ending injury in the middle of the season.
Oklahoma State will face Texas A&M on December 27th at 5:45 and Heartland College Sports reporter Derek Duke will be in attendance for the game.
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