Oklahoma State's high-flying offense is among the nation's best, and the guys up front have been a big part of its success.
The sixth-ranked Cowboys rank third nationally in total offense with 607 yards per game and fourth nationally with 54 points per contest heading into Saturday's Big 12 opener at home against TCU.
Quarterback Mason Rudolph has emerged as a Heisman Trophy contender and James Washington (367 yards, three touchdowns) is one of the nation's top receivers, in part because the line has given them time to connect. Rudolph is among the nation's leaders in passing efficiency, and he's only been sacked three times in three games. Last week, he passed for 497 yards and five touchdowns in a 59-21 win at Pittsburgh .