WATCH: Rashaun Woods is still open…. to talking about Bedlam and burning OU

WATCH: Rashaun Woods is still open…. to talking about Bedlam and burning OU

The Jenni Carlson Show: Bedlam hero Rashaun Woods doesn’t want Bedlam to end. The OSU legend reminisces on growing up with the rivalry, then leaving his mark on it

Jenni Carlson

By Jenni Carlson

| Nov 2, 2023, 10:30am CDT

Jenni Carlson

By Jenni Carlson

Nov 2, 2023, 10:30am CDT

No Oklahoma State player left a bigger mark on Bedlam than Rashaun Woods. The Cowboy legend had The Catch that beat the Sooners in 2001 — 16-13, anyone? — then in 2002, he had one of the most dominant individual performances in the rivalry’s history. Check out these numbers: 12 catches, 226 yards, three touchdowns. Woods shares his memories of those games as well as the impact he believes the OSU teams from that era have on the program today. Plus, he dishes on his new job as the head football coach at Tyler High School in Texas.

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Jenni Carlson is a columnist with the Sellout Crowd network. Follow her on Twitter at @JenniCarlson_OK. Email [email protected].

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