Kansas Coach David Beaty Speaks Glowingly of Oklahoma State

first_imgIf 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! “Their running backs are good,” added Beaty. “They got a true freshman, (Justice) Hill, out of Tulsa. Really a quick dude, very much along the same mold that they have always had there at Oklahoma State. The kid runs really, really fast. They have several that they use.“(Rennie) Childs is another good one that ones the ball well. They do a good job of making you beat them. They’re not going to give you the football. They take care of the ball. He does he want put it in jeopardy and they’re big up front and they move your defensive line a little bit in the run game. They got a good squad on the offensive side of the ball.”Beaty is right about protecting the football.https://twitter.com/solidverbal/status/786646361580199936“Defensively, Glenn Spencer is one of the best guys I’ve ever had to coach against. They’re high in the Big 12 in just about every category. They are second in the conference, third down defense, which is something I always look at. So they do a good job on money downs. They’re first in the conference in fourth down defense. So they’re not easy to convert against …“I think they’re first in the conference in red zone as well. One guy that sticks out to me, No. 96, tackle, I believe his name is Vincent Taylor, he’s a good guy, a hard-charging ball flare. They had two really good ends last year and I didn’t know how you could replace those guys. But they have two really good defensive ends this year.“They have nice recruiting. They are solid in the kicking game as well. It’s a good Oklahoma State football team, not unlike the teams he fields every year. But we’re excited about the challenge that we got put in front of us this week.”Can we hire David Beaty as a PR rep after his days in Lawrence are over? David Beaty and his Kansas Jayhawks have a single win this college football season after beating lowly Rhode Island earlier this year. However, they haven’t been far enough from a few other Ws. Beaty talked earlier this week about the challenge of facing the Pokes.“We got a great team coming in here,” said Beaty at his weekly presser. “Coach (Mike) Gundy, as you know is one of the best in the Big 12, if not in the country, and this year is no different.“They got a really good football team again, led by Mason Rudolph, as good of a manager as I’ve seen so far. He manages the ball really well, takes care of the ball. You’re going to have to beat these guys. They’re not going to beat themselves.“We are going to have to work to create some turnovers, though … He’s taking care of the ball, really, really well which bodes well for them.”Beaty also talked up OSU’s All-American candidate at WR.“One of more dynamic players in the conference, James Washington, who is a really talented guy. You just flip on the Texas game alone he makes a couple of plays in that game that are just ridiculous. He should have been tackled two or three times in a couple of those plays and somehow he stays on his feet and goes the distance against some really good players.”last_img

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