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Name: Chuba Hubbard 
College: Oklahoma State     Number: 30
Height: 6-0   Weight: 208
Position: RB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2022

40 Low: 4.30
   40 Time: 4.39
  40 High: 4.48
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: PWCamp1st/PMaxwell/PDoak/PWuerffel...2019: OPOYC/1stC/OPOYM/WalterCampPOYFinalist/DoakWalkerFinalist...PHornung/PDoak/PMaxwell...AFCA 1st team All-American, AP 1st team All-American, Walter Camp 1st team All-American, FWAA 1st team All-American, Sporting News 1st team All-American, USA Today 2nd team All-American, Sports Illustrated 1st team All-American, Big 12 OFF POY, 1st team All-Big 12, AP Big 12 OFF POY, AP 1st team All-Big 12 w/328-2094-6.4-21 rush, 23-198-8.6-1 rec in 13 gms in '19. Backup w/124-740-6.0-7 rush, 22-229-10.4-2 rec in 13 gms in '18. Redshirted in '17. Track in HS: 4th in 10m (10.55) in '15. 3-time champion for age group in 100m.

 Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State, Player News


  A week ago against Tulsa, with an offensive line in shambles, Hubbard had to grind out 93 yards on 27 carries. On Saturday, he had 101 yards on 22 attempts - two yards fewer than backfield-mate LD Brown, who had half as many carries. Hubbard's hold-your-breath-when-he-touches-the-ball talent has yet to be on display this season. Maybe it has to do with an inexperienced and injury-riddled offensive line, or defenses ganging up to stop him when there's a third-string, true freshman quarterback running the offense. Or maybe something else is off in Hubbard's game. Saturday's two fumbles were uncharacteristic of Hubbard, who committed himself to better ball security after an early-season fumble last year against McNeese. "It's not good when you put the ball on the ground," OSU coach Mike Gundy said. "He knows that and he's gotta do a better job of taking care of the football. He did come back in late and made a cut and made a score and did good for us. "But this is not a secret. He needs to take care of the football. We have to have him healthy, rushing the ball and taking care of the football in order for us to be a good offensive football team." - Daily Oklahoman

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  Chuba Hubbard scored on a 23-yard run with 1:17 remaining to salvage a difficult afternoon and help No. 15 Oklahoma State beat West Virginia 27-13 on Saturday. Sidelined for a number of key plays after fumbling on consecutive second-half possessions, Hubbard ended up with 101 yards on 22 rushes for his 12th 100-yard performance in his last 13 games. With the additional action, Hubbard's backup, L.D. Brown, gained 103 yards on 11 carries, including a 66-yard touchdown run, for Oklahoma State (2-0, 1-0 Big 12). True freshman backup quarterback Shane Illingworth, in his first collegiate start, completed 15 of 21 passes for 139 yards, but also had an interception, for the Cowboys.

Jarret Doege threw for 285 yards and a touchdown for West Virginia (1-1, 0-1), which actually outgained Oklahoma State 353-342. Winston Wright had four catches for 103 yards, including a 70-yard score late in the second quarter. West Virginia was hurt by several costly penalties, getting flagged 12 times for 106 yards. Oklahoma State came through with a key turnover early in the second quarter. After defensive end Trace Ford forced a fumble by hitting Doege's arm while he was about to pass, Tyren Irby scooped up the loose ball in the backfield and raced 56 yards for the touchdown that made it 14-0. - Oklahoma State/AP College Football


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  Just as Chuba Hubbard began his Zoom call with the media last Tuesday, the Oklahoma State running back was informed he had been named a preseason All-American by ESPN. Hubbard cracked a half-smile. "That's cool, I guess," he said. Maybe Hubbard cares deeply on the inside about personal accomplishments. If so, he's a master illusionist when it comes to hiding those feelings. Hubbard enters the season as Oklahoma State's best Heisman Trophy contender since receiver Justin Blackmon finished fifth in 2010. "It's a big year for our team," Hubbard said when asked about the individual accomplishments that could be awaiting him in 2020. "I wouldn't say it's just a big year for me. I didn't come back to break records for myself. I came back to win a Big 12 championship and a national championship with my team. That's my main goal." Of course, to accomplish those goals, it'll likely take a Heisman-type season from someone at Oklahoma State, and Hubbard is the prime candidate after his 2,094-yard season a year ago. Yet even that didn't get him close to a finalist spot in New York. Those spots went to quarterbacks of playoff teams. A running back hasn't finished in the top four of the Heisman voting since Bryce Love was the runner-up in 2017. - Daily Oklahoman

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  2020 PRESEASON WALTER CAMP FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: RB Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State,...The Sherwood Park, Alberta, native ended the 2019 season as the FBS leader in rushing yards, rushing yards per game, 200-yard rushing games and all-purpose yards per game. He ranked first among all players from Power Five conferences in rushing touchdowns and led the Big 12 in both points scored and total touchdowns. Hubbard's season total of 2,094 rushing yards ranks 16th in FBS history and third in Big 12 Conference history. It marked the second-best single-season total in school history, trailing only Barry Sanders' 1988 Heisman season. - Oklahoma State Football

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  2020 WUERFFEL TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State, junior, running back,...The Sherwood Park, Alberta, native ended the 2019 season as the FBS leader in rushing yards, rushing yards per game, 200-yard rushing games and all-purpose yards per game. He ranked first among all players from Power Five conferences in rushing touchdowns and led the Big 12 in both points scored and total touchdowns. - Oklahoma State Football

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  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: RB Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State,...Hubbard's 2019 season total of 2,094 rushing yards ranks 16th in FBS history and third in Big 12 Conference history. It marked the second-best single-season total in school history, trailing only Barry Sanders' 1988 Heisman season. Additionally, Hubbard rushed for more than 100 yards in each of his last 11 games, which was the longest active streak in the nation, and led the country with 15 rushes of 30 yards or longer, nine rushes of 40 yards or longer, seven rushes of 50 yards or longer, five rushes of 60 yards or longer, three rushes of 70 yards or longer, two rushes of 80 yards or longer and one rush of 90 yards or longer. - Oklahoma State Football

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  After using Twitter to affect change in the Oklahoma State football program, running back Chuba Hubbard is stepping away from social media. Bothered by his social media accounts becoming "a playground for hate," Hubbard reactivated his Twitter account, @Hubbard_RMN, Tuesday when he wrote a message that said he will not be using social media "until further notice." Hubbard, the Cowboys' star running back, had deleted his Twitter account Monday, hours after posting three consecutive tweets that criticized and called for the resignation of Oklahoma County district attorney David Prater.

Protesters marched outside Prater's office on Monday, upset with Prater both for filing terrorism charges against some demonstrators and for clearing the Edmond police officers involved in the fatal shooting of a naked Black teenager, Isaiah Lewis, last year. Hubbard posted the tweets about Prater late Monday afternoon. By the end of the day, his Twitter account was deactivated. But he reactivated it and posted Tuesday's message. "I have never incited or promoted violence or hate," he wrote. "All I've done is voice my opinion on issues I feel are not ethical!" - Daily Oklahoman


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  2020 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD WATCH LIST: Chuba Hubbard (Jr.), Oklahoma State,...A Heisman candidate out of Canada, Hubbard adds the preseason recognition to his already long list of accolades. In addition to being named a Doak Walker Award finalist last season, he was also named a unanimous All-American, the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year and a finalist for the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award. He also finished eighth in the voting for the Heisman Trophy, which marks the third best finish for a Canadian player, and was named the Cornish Trophy winner, which is given to the best Canadian player in NCAA football.

The Sherwood Park, Alberta, native ended the 2019 season as the FBS leader in rushing yards, rushing yards per game, 200-yard rushing games and all-purpose yards per game. He ranked first among all players from Power Five conferences in rushing touchdowns and led the Big 12 in both points scored and total touchdowns. Hubbard's season total of 2,094 rushing yards ranks 16th in FBS history and third in Big 12 Conference history. It marked the second-best single-season total in school history, trailing only Barry Sanders' 1988 Heisman season. - Oklahoma State Football


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  Oklahoma State junior running back Chuba Hubbard has been picked as the Big 12 preseason offensive player of the year, only weeks after the NCAA rushing leader lashed out at coach Mike Gundy and suggested he might boycott the Cowboys program. West Virginia senior defensive lineman Darius Stills was chosen as the preseason defensive player of the year, and Oklahoma redshirt freshman quarterback Spencer Rattler was the newcomer of the year. The individual picks revealed Thursday were part of the preseason All-Big 12 selections determined in voting by media who cover the league. - AP College Football

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  Mike Holder says he was unaware the disconnect between OSU's football coach and OSU's football players had grown so wide. And I believe the Cowboy athletic director. Holder is hands off. He coached an elite team, OSU golf, for more than three decades and didn't like meddling athletic directors. So Holder wasn't going to be one. "I trust all of our coaches to do their job," Holder said Friday. "I've got a job to do of my own, and really micromanaging any of our coaches doesn't fit into my job description. So I trust them to do their job. And their No.1 responsibility is to nurture their players, develop a relationship with them, make a difference in their life, and as I said earlier, send them out into the world and make a difference for society." Holder admits that philosophy failed OSU, when Gundy's lack of relationships with his players turned into a forest fire that has scarred the Cowboy football brand. But that hands-off philosophy isn't likely to change. "I'm probably not going to change going forward," Holder said, "because at my age, it's pretty hard to teach this old dog new tricks. I'm pretty set in my ways." Oh, the irony. Because with OSU keeping Gundy, via a reduced contract and humbled persona, Holder is counting on an old dog to learn new tricks. - Daily Oklahoman

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