Oklahoma State is allowing 0.9 points per drive. I repeat, Oklahoma State is allowing 0.9 points per drive this season. That will undoubtedly change as the season wears on and the Pokes play better offensive teams, but it’s a defense that has been really solid through 8 quarters of play this year.
Different position groups have shined, too. Ramon Richards and Kenneth Edison-McGruder stuck out in Game 1. Jarrell Owens and DQ Osborne in Game 2. It’s a defense that will likely get it done by committee throughout the year. Both because they’re deep and because there are no superstars.
I’m curious, though, about which unit on defense has you most excited so far this season. Is it Richards and Tre Flowers back deep, A.J. Green and Rodarius Williams at the corners, those hard-hitting linebackers or the wealth at defensive line?
As always, your comments and thoughts will be posted later on in the week.
Poll Question Tuesday: Which defensive unit has most excited you through two games this year? 📊
— Pistols Firing (@pistolsguys) September 12, 2017