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Name: *Chuba Hubbard (+) Coming off Nov 2020 Leg INJ
College: Oklahoma State     Number: 30
Height: 6-0   Weight: 210
Position: RB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2021

40 Low: 4.45
   40 Time: 4.51
  40 High: 4.58
Projected Round: 3-4  Stock:    

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6000
Weight: 210

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Dates: 04/01/21
Hand: 09  Arm: 32
Wingspan: 75 3/4

Height: 6000
Weight: 210
40 Yrd Dash: 4.51
20 Yrd Dash: 2.61
10 Yrd Dash: 1.56
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 20
Vertical Jump: 36
Broad Jump: 10'00"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.30
3-Cone Drill: 7.28

40 Time Range: 4.50-4.51/Projected 4.39
 

 



 Data Scout Notes: 2020: 2ndC...12-12-20-Opting-Out remainder of 2020 Season...(+) Coming off Nov 2020 Leg INJ...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


  2020 ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM: RB Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State,...In addition to the two first-team selections, five Cowboys were honored on the second team, including running back Chuba Hubbard, linebacker Amen Ogbongbemiga, linebacker Malcolm Rodriguez, safety Kolby Harvell-Peel and cornerback Rodarius Williams. It marked the first all-conference honors of Williams' career and the second-straight for the other four. - Oklahoma State Football

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  Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard has opted out of the rest of the season and will prepare for the NFL draft. Coach Mike Gundy made the announcement Saturday on the team's pregame radio show before the Cowboys were scheduled to play Baylor in their regular-season finale. Hubbard, a redshirt junior, finishes his college career having rushed for 3,459 yards and 33 touchdowns. Hubbard has missed the past two games with a right ankle injury. He was introduced with the seniors before Oklahoma State's home finale against Texas Tech. He walked onto the field during a pregame ceremony that day wearing his jersey without pads and a medical boot on the injured leg. - AP College Football

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  Before the game, OSU recognized 21 players, many of whom were playing their final game at Boone Pickens Stadium on Saturday. Among them was Hubbard, the junior running back who has been widely expected to leave for the NFL Draft after the season. Saturday's recognition solidified that expectation. Seniors like Wallace, Jenkins and Williams are also bound for the NFL, while others will have a decision to make. The NCAA ruled that players would not lose a year of eligibility, regardless of participation in a sport in the fall of 2020. Thus, the seniors retain their final year of eligibility and can return next fall if they wish. - Daily Oklahoman

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  Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard is out for Saturday's game against Texas Tech with a leg injury. Hubbard, a redshirt junior, was introduced with the seniors on Senior Day. He walked onto the field during a pregame ceremony wearing his jersey without pads and a medical boot on his right leg. He played last Saturday against Oklahoma, but had just 44 yards on eight carries. Hubbard has rushed for 625 yards and five touchdowns this season. He led the nation last season with 2,094 yards and finished eighth in the Heisman Trophy balloting. He has rushed for 3,459 yards in his career - eighth in school history. - AP College Football

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  Star running back Chuba Hubbard, who ranked third in the Big 12 entering Saturday with 110 rushing yards per game, carried the ball only six times for 31 yards against the Wildcats. He did not log a rushing attempt in the fourth quarter, as he was dealing with an apparent leg injury. - Manhattan Mercury

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  Spencer Sanders passed for 235 yards and ran for 71 and a touchdown in his return from injury, and No. 6 Oklahoma State defeated No. 17 Iowa State 24-21 on Saturday. Sanders had been out since injuring his right ankle in the season-opener against Tulsa. Chuba Hubbard ran for 139 yards and a touchdown for Oklahoma State (4-0, 3-0 Big 12). With the win, the Cowboys joined Kansas State as the only remaining undefeated teams in conference play. The Cyclones (3-2, 3-1) vaulted onto the national radar by beating Oklahoma earlier in the month and were seeking their first ever 4-0 start in league play. Iowa State’s Breece Hall, who was second nationally in yards rushing per game, ran for a career-high 185 yards. With Oklahoma State leading 14-7 late in the second quarter, Iowa State drove deep into Oklahoma State territory but had to settle for a field goal attempt. Connor Assalley’s 33-yard kick bounced off the right upright with 1:22 left in the first half. It was his second missed field goal of the first half, and Oklahoma State took its seven-point lead into the break. - Oklahoma State/AP College Football

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  Heisman hopeful running back Chuba Hubbard finally burst onto the scene this season with 20 carries for 145 yards and two touchdowns in just over one half of work. His 7.25 yards per carry was his best output this season, and the sixth game in the past two years in which Hubbard rushed for more than 7 yards an attempt. "I was thoroughly (impressed). It was great to see him get out there on the perimeter, stretch those legs and get that speed," Dunn said. "...It was good to see him get out there on the perimeter today and get some space in some green grass." - Stillwater Press

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  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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  Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy's job is safe. University president Burns Hargis and Cowboys athletic director Mike Holder both announced Thursday night that Gundy will remain the head football coach following a 17-day internal investigation. They determined Gundy's issue was distance from his players - not racism. "Our internal review found that Coach Gundy needs to invest more time in building stronger relationships with his student-athletes," Holder said in a statement. "However, our review has uncovered no signs or indication of racism.

"After meeting with Coach Gundy, I am confident that he listened to his student-athletes. I believe he is genuine in his commitment to strengthening relationships with his players. I believe this to be a win for everyone. I'm looking forward to seeing the impact this will have on our team." The ruling brings to end a turbulent spring for Gundy, who has coached the Cowboys since 2005. He opened April with an hour-long teleconference in which he supported One America News Network, a far-right, pro-Donald Trump cable news network rated by Media Bias/Fact Check as being "not a credible news source." - Daily Oklahoman


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  Oklahoma State star running back Chuba Hubbard said Thursday morning that his relationship with coach Mike Gundy is "a work in progress." Making an appearance on ESPN's "First Take," Hubbard spoke candidly about the past week, his relationship before and after with Gundy and his reaction to the One America News Network T-shirt Gundy wore in a photograph. "Me and Coach Gundy's relationship is a work in progress," Hubbard said. "He's admitted to his faults, and he's trying to move forward. I see that as a positive first step." Hubbard said even before Gundy's shirt that their relationship was a work in progress. And Hubbard is still holding Gundy accountable.

"Every relationship has bumpy roads, whether it's a good relationship or bad relationship," Hubbard said. "Coach Gundy has done a lot of good things, so I will not just shut out a man for one thing he did, but he did do wrong and he's going to have to make up for that." Hubbard said Monday that he would no longer participate in OSU activities after he saw Gundy's shirt on Twitter. Several current and former players supported Hubbard. That evening, Hubbard and Gundy filmed a video together with Hubbard apologizing for not going to Gundy personally. Gundy did not apologize, but said there would be changes. - Daily Oklahoman


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  The sordid saga surrounding Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy has oozed its way into an unfortunate corner of Colorado football history. Gundy, outspoken even in quiet times, came under fire this week after a photo surfaced from a fishing trip last week in which he was donning a T-shirt for One American News, the far-right cable channel that attempts to legitimize wild conspiracy theories and once dismissed the Black Lives Matter agenda as a farce. Gundy has since offered two different apology videos after OSU star running back Chuba Hubbard led an online player revolt attempting to hold Gundy accountable for his views. While Gundy attempts to reconcile with his players, scrutiny over his past actions has unearthed charges made by former Colorado star Alfred Williams that Gundy, then OSU's quarterback, called him the N-word multiple times during a 1989 game between the Buffaloes and Cowboys.

A story on Nov. 12, 1989 in the Daily Oklahoman - one day after a 41-17 CU victory at OSU - reported Williams' postgame comments, with several of his fellow Buffs defenders backing up Williams' story. That report also features quotes from former CU linebacker Kanavis McGhee saying Gundy also directed racial epitaphs toward him. On Wednesday, Williams, now a radio host with CU's broadcast partners at KOA 850, was interviewed anew by the Oklahoman and said that was the only time during a football career that included nine seasons in the NFL in which racial slurs were hurled at him on the field. - Daily Camera


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  The college football world was set ablaze when Oklahoma State senior running back Chuba Hubbard - one of the nation's top players - threatened to sit out over Cowboys head coach Mike Gundy's apparent appreciation for the far-right TV network One America News. Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard says he won't associate himself with the school after head coach Mike Gundy wore far-right cable network's shirt: In a statement on Monday, Oklahoma State athletic director Mike Holder responded, "This afternoon has been very disturbing, The tweets from the current and former players are of grave concern."

Oklahoma State president Burns Hargis also released a statement. "I hear and respect the concerns expressed by our Black student-athletes," Hargis said. "This is a time for unity of our purpose to confront racial inequities and injustice. We will not tolerate insensitive behavior by anyone at Oklahoma State." In other words, it seems like applied pressure by current and former players is winning. - Burnt Orange Nation


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  Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy and superstar running back Chuba Hubbard ended the new video with a hug Monday night. But hours before, the two were on opposite sides. Monday was a wild day that started with Gundy wearing a shirt of far-right, pro-Trump cable news network One America News in a photo posted on social media. That led to Hubbard saying he would no longer participate in Cowboys activities until changes were made, drawing national attention and support from current and former players. By nightfall, the two appeared to make up. In a video posted to Hubbard's Twitter account, Gundy said he met with players and was ready to make changes. "In light of today's tweet with the T-shirt I was wearing, I met with some players and realized it's a very sensitive issue with what's going on in today's society," Gundy said standing next to Hubbard. "We had a great meeting and made aware of some things players feel like that can make our organization and our culture even better than it is here at Oklahoma State.

Hubbard then apologized for his tweet, saying he should have gone to Gundy in person. "I'll start off by first saying I went about it the wrong way by tweeting," Hubbard said. "I'm not someone that has to tweet something to make change. I should've went to him as a man. I'm all about action. That was bad on my part. "From now on, we're going to focus on bringing change, and that's the most important thing." - Daily Oklahoman


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  The Walter Camp Football Foundation, an all-volunteer organization and caretaker of the nation's oldest college football All-America team, has announced its 2020 Preseason All-American teams, presented by Marcum LLP, a national accounting and advisory services firm with offices in major business markets across the United States. Fourteen players who earned Walter Camp All-American recognition in 2019 are on the 2020 preseason list. Leading the First Team offensive unit is junior running back Chuba Hubbard (Oklahoma State), who returns to the Cowboys after rushing for 2,094 yards and 21 touchdowns in 2019. Ja'Marr Chase (LSU) is a preseason All-America wide receiver after recording 84 receptions for 1,780 yards and 20 touchdowns for the national champion Tigers. On the offensive line, left tackle Penei Sewell (Oregon) is a preseason honoree after earning First Team accolades a year ago. - Walter Camp Football Foundation

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  Oklahoma State is bringing football back as soon as possible. OSU coaches and staff members were tested for COVID-19 on Friday and players are allowed to return to campus Monday to prepare for voluntary workouts on June 15, OSU coach Mike Gundy announced on his Twitter page Friday morning. An OSU official said no coach or players are being forced to return to campus next week. The official also said all players who return will be brought in by groups for testing. They will then be quarantined on campus for two weeks. After the two-week period, players can begin voluntary workouts.

Voluntary workouts are not organized team workouts, but facilities are open and players can use equipment for running, weightlifting, etc. No university staff member can lead a workout, but they can be present only for safety protocols. June 15 is the first date the Big 12 allows voluntary football workouts as part of a phased return to activities, even though the NCAA Division I Council voted to allow voluntary workouts starting Monday. - Daily Oklahoman


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  Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard was nominated for the Big 12 Athlete of the Year award, it was announced Wednesday. Hubbard, who led the nation in rushing with 2,094 yards, was a unanimous All-America selection and the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year, as voted on by the league's football coaches. Hubbard also received his second academic achievement award in three years at OSU. - Daily Oklahoman

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  Chuba Hubbard might be alone more than he expected since his recent return to Oklahoma State's campus. He's sticking to his routine - an early workout, breakfast and then homework - and then a free day. Often, he walks around campus. "I just try to fill in that space with something new," Hubbard said. Boredom often rules the day of a closed college campus due to the coronavirus pandemic. But for nearly the entire past two months campus was closed and spring football was shuttered, Hubbard was elsewhere. He was building for his future staying with a former teammate in Baltimore. "You guys probably know him," Hubbard said Wednesday in a Zoom call following the announcement that he won the Cornish Trophy. "Justice."

In a time where Hubbard's spring preparations for what's likely his final season as a Cowboy were stunted, he turned to a former teammate and friend for guidance. Hubbard and fellow Canadian teammate Amen Ogbongbemiga headed east to Baltimore and stayed with former OSU star and current Ravens running back Justice Hill. There, Hill helped prepare Hubbard more for the NFL life. They quarantined from the rest of the world. They worked out. They bonded. "Pretty much doing what we're supposed to be doing in quarantine," Hubbard said. "J-Hill helped me out with a lot of stuff, actually," Hubbard said. "Trust me, he helped me out with a lot of stuff. I can't tell y'all. Y'all got to see on the field, but he gave me some tips and stuff, so I'm excited." - Daily Oklahoman


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  Like many people, the past few months have left Chuba Hubbard with plenty of time to think. His excitement for Oklahoma State's football season to begin - whenever that happens - is growing each day he sits in his campus dorm room alone with his thoughts. "I just want to run the ball," Hubbard said. Whether that's in primetime Sept. 3 against Oregon State or in October or even next spring, Hubbard isn't too concerned. He plans to suit up for the Cowboys for likely one final season. "Right now, I'm planning on playing next year," Hubbard said. "That's the plan."

Hubbard was named the recipient of the Cornish Trophy - the award given annually to Canada's top NCAA football player - on Wednesday. It was a fitting finale for his huge breakout 2019 campaign in which he led the country in rushing. It also brought up questions about his future. Hubbard announced his plans to return in the middle of January, raising the expectations for a Cowboys squad returning a plethora of talent around their Canadian star. But that was nearly two months before the coronavirus pandemic shut down the sports world. Things are now different. As of now, college football season remains on schedule. At OSU, campus will begin reopening in phases over the summer. - Daily Oklahoman


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  Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard was named the winner of the Cornish Trophy on Wednesday, presented in a ceremony live on YouTube. The award is presented annually to the top Canadian player in NCAA football, with Hubbard's recognition marking the first for an OSU player. "It's an honor to represent Canada, Alberta and my family in accepting this award, and acknowledging all the hard work I've put in," Hubbard said. OSU had two finalists for the trophy, as linebacker Amen Ogbongbemiga joined Hubbard as part of the final five up for the honor.

The trophy adds another accolade to a long list of awards for Hubbard, as he was also named a unanimous All-American, the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year, a finalist for the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award and a finalist for the Doak Walker Award presented to the nation's top running back. He also finished eighth in the voting for the Heisman Trophy, which marks the third best finish for a Canadian player. - Big 12 Football


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  Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy issued a statement Saturday afternoon apologizing for his comments during a teleconference Tuesday. "I have been made aware that comments from my press conference have offended some," Gundy said in the written statement. "It was never my intention to offend anyone and I apologize. My first priority is and will always be the student-athletes and doing what is best for the program and the university." On Tuesday, Gundy unveiled a plan with the hope to start bringing staff members back on campus around May 1 and players soon after, with testing for COVID-19 provided to everybody. That led to a firestorm for the veteran coach. He also emphasized the financial impact of football returning and said football players could "fight it off with their natural body, the antibodies and build that they have." - Daily Oklahoman

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  Mike Gundy wants a plan, and he's already pushing one for Oklahoma State football. With Stillwater's current shelter in place declaration being through April 16 - which could be extended - Gundy said he is hopeful to return to some form of normalcy by the beginning of May in a teleconference Tuesday as his first interaction with the media since the NCAA and Big 12 Conference shut down sports for the remainder of the spring. "How fast that can happen based on the tests that are available, I can't say right now, but that's the plan," Gundy said. "We have to have a plan, and the plan right now is for them to start on May 1.

"It might get backed up two weeks. I don't know, I can't make that call, but if it does, we'll start with the employees of this company, the ones that come in this building. Then we'll bring the players in, and slowly but surely we'll test them all in." He said they had 105 athletes on campus for spring football, but sent most of them home - with only three remaining on the Stillwater campus. But he's hopeful to have them all back soon, and to be able to play football this fall. - Stillwater Press


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  Oklahoma State star running back Chuba Hubbard headlines the finalists for the Cornish Trophy, the award given annually to Canada's top NCAA football player. Hubbard is joined by OSU linebacker Amen Ogbongbemiga and Oklahoma defensive lineman Neville Gallimore. Other finalists include Notre Dame receiver Chase Claypool and Ohio quarterback Nathan Rourke, who has won the past two Cornish Trophy awards. The award was set to be presented on April 18, but the award's Twitter page said that will likely be moved due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Hubbard led the nation with 2,094 rushing yards. He also scored 21 touchdowns, earning unanimous All-American status and Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year honors. He also finished eighth in the Heisman Trophy voting. - Daily Oklahoman

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  All-America running back Chuba Hubbard will return to Oklahoma State for his junior season. mHubbard made the announcement on social media on Monday. Oklahoma State receiver Tylan Wallace previously announced he would be back for his senior season, so Hubbard's return means the Cowboys have two of the nation's most accomplished offensive players heading into next season. Hubbard ran for 2,094 yards and 21 touchdowns this season, enough to make him consider declaring for the NFL draft. He joined Barry Sanders as the only players in school history to rush for at least 2,000 yards. Hubbard was eighth in the Heisman Trophy balloting and was The Associated Press Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year. He also was a finalist for the Walter Camp and Doak Walker Awards for national player of the year. Hubbard rushed for at least 100 yards in the final 11 games of the season. He had 296 yards rushing against Kansas State, 256 against Tulsa, 223 against TCU and 221 against Oregon State. - AP College Football

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  2019 ASSOCIATED PRESS OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Chuba Hubbard, RB, Oklahoma St,...Oklahoma State running back and national rushing leader Chuba Hubbard is The Associated Press Big 12 offensive player of the year. Hubbard has 1,936 yards and 21 touchdowns rushing. The sophomore leads all FBS and FCS players with 161.3 yards per game, and has an active streak of 10 consecutive 100-yard games. - AP College Football

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  2019 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): RB Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State,...Ranks second in the FBS and leads all players from Power Five conferences in rushing touchdowns...With the bowl game still remaining on the schedule, Hubbard is on pace to finish with 2,097 rushing yards, which would rank 16th in FBS history and third in Big 12 Conference history...Has rushed for more than 100 yards in each of his last 10 games, the longest active streak in the nation. - Oklahoma State Football

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  2019 WALTER CAMP PLAYER OF THE YEAR FINALIST: Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State,...A sophomore, Hubbard finished the regular season ranked No. 1 in the FBS in rushing yards, rushing yards per game, all-purpose yards, all-purpose yards per game, yards after contact (via Pro Football Focus) and many more categories. The Sherwood Park, Alberta, native has already been named the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year and a finalist for the Doak Walker Award. His 1,936 rushing yards this season mark the most ever for a Canadian player and rank as the No. 2 single-season rushing total in OSU history, trailing only Barry Sanders' historic 1988 Heisman season. Hubbard would become the second Cowboy to win the Walter Camp Player of the Year award, as Sanders also received it in 1988. - Oklahoma State Football

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  2019 BIG 12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State, RB, So., Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada,...Hubbard, who is also a finalist for the 2019 Doak Walker Award and a candidate for the Heisman Trophy, is the seventh conference offensive player of the year winner in OSU history, joining Terry Miller (1976 and 1977), Thurman Thomas (1985 and 1987), Barry Sanders (1988) and Justin Blackmon (2010). - Oklahoma State Football

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  Chuba Hubbard is the second Oklahoma State player to garner Offensive Player of the Year, joining WR Justin Blackmon in 2010. Hubbard is just the fifth RB to receive the award, and first since 2002. James Lynch is the second Baylor defensive tackle to be named Defensive Player of the Year along with Andrew Billings in 2015. He and Billings are also the only two Bears to earn both Defensive Player and Defensive Lineman of the Year in the same season. Matt Rhule earned his first Chuck Neinas Big 12 Coach of the Year accolade in his third season with the Bears. Oklahoma has won the most individual awards in the 23-year history of the Big 12 with 46. K-State is second (34), followed by Texas (31), Oklahoma State (21), Baylor (18), Iowa State (14), TCU (9), Kansas (8), Texas Tech (8) and West Virginia (7). - Big 12 Football

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  2019 DOAK WALKER AWARD FINALIST: Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State,...Hubbard, a sophomore, is joined as a finalist by two juniors in Jonathan Taylor of Wisconsin and J.K. Dobbins of Ohio State. Leading the nation in nearly every statistical rushing category, Hubbard has made a strong case to be the Doak Walker Award winner, as well as a Heisman Trophy finalist. With two games remaining this season, Hubbard is on pace to finish with a top-10 rushing season in FBS history. His 11-game total of 1,832 rushing yards is greater than the 11-game totals of six of the past 12 running backs to win the Heisman Trophy since 1980. - Oklahoma State Football

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  Dru Brown threw two touchdown passes in his first start, Chuba Hubbard surpassed 100 yards rushing for the ninth consecutive game and No. 22 Oklahoma State beat West Virginia 20-13 on Saturday. Brown and national rushing leader Hubbard generated just enough offense for the Cowboys (8-3, 5-3 Big 12, No. 21 CFP), who won their fourth straight. Hubbard ran 26 times for 106 yards, far below his 173-yard average, but he showed off his receiving skills. He took a screen pass and ran 46 yards to set up Oklahoma State's first touchdown. Hubbard finished with seven catches for 88 yards, both career highs. Hubbard entered the game with 82 receiving yards all season and Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy had emphasized earlier in the week he didn't throw to Hubbard that often out of fear of injury.

Brown marched Oklahoma State the length of the field early in the fourth quarter, hitting Dillon Stoner with a 2-yard scoring pass for a 17-13 lead. West Virginia (4-7, 2-6) didn't have as much luck inside the red zone. The Mountaineers couldn't convert on three plays from the 1-yard line in the second quarter and they twice had to settle for short field goals. Leddie Brown converted a fourth-and-1 from the Oklahoma State 18 with 2:37 left in the game. But Jarret Doege threw three incompletions, the Mountaineers turned the ball over on downs and Oklahoma State ran out the clock. Doege finished 28 of 38 for 307 yards. - Oklahoma State/AP College Football


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  Chuba Hubbard ran for 122 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 25 Oklahoma State rolled past Kansas 31-13 on Saturday. Hubbard, the nation's rushing leader, also caught two passes for 42 yards. Dillon Stoner caught five passes for a career-high 150 yards and two touchdowns and Spencer Sanders passed for 168 yards and a touchdown for the Cowboys (7-3, 4-3 Big 12, No. 22 CFP), who won their third straight. Oklahoma State gained 481 total yards, including 243 rushing. Kolby Harvell-Peel led Oklahoma State's defense with two interceptions.

Carter Stanley passed for 226 yards and two touchdowns for Kansas (3-7, 1-6). It was the first meeting between Kansas coach Les Miles and Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy. Gundy was Miles' offensive coordinator at Oklahoma State from 2001-2004 before Miles left to become head coach at LSU and Gundy took over as head coach for the Cowboys. Hubbard scored his first touchdown just over three minutes into the game. He ran for 100 yards and two touchdowns in the first half to help Oklahoma State take a 24-0 lead. In the third quarter, backup quarterback Dru Brown threw a perfect strike for a 43-yard touchdown to Stoner to push the lead to 31-0. - AP College Football


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  Oklahoma State’s Chuba Hubbard could push his way deeper into the Heisman Trophy conversation with a big game. He leads the nation with 1,604 yards rushing. He faces a Kansas defense that is giving up 262 yards per game on the ground during Big 12 play and ranks among the nation’s worst - 126th out of 130 teams - overall against the run. "Our front seven has got to make tackles," Miles said. "He's a talented back, one of the best backs in the league certainly. The defense, this will be a great test." - AP College Football

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  Oklahoma State's Chuba Hubbard, who was idle Saturday, continues to lead the nation in rushing with 178.2 yards per game. Washington State's Anthony Gordon is first in passing yards (421.6 ypg) and Arkansas State's Omar Bayless is the top receiver (129.8 ypg). - AP College Football

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  NOV 4 BIG 12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Chuba Hubbard, RB, R-So., Oklahoma State,...Hubbard became the first player to surpass 200 rushing yards against a Gary Patterson defense, finishing with 223 yards in the win over TCU. His 92-yard run in the third quarter tied for the fourth longest rushing play in OSU history. The redshirt sophomore is just the eighth Big 12 player to rush for 200 yards with 20 or fewer attempts in a Conference game. Hubbard picked up his third Offensive Player of the Week accolade this season. - Big 12 Football

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  Oklahoma State's Chuba Hubbard turned in his fourth 200-yard rushing performance of the season, and it came against an unlikely opponent. Hubbard carried 20 times for 223 yards against TCU and became the first player to go for 200 against the Horned Frogs since Gary Patterson took over as head coach in 2000. TCU went into the game 15th against the run (103.7 ypg) and had allowed just six rushes of 20-plus yards. Hubbard broke runs of 92 and 62 yards while piling up 192 in the second half in the Cowboys' 34-27 win.

Hubbard has rushed for at least 100 yards in seven straight games, the longest active streak in the Football Bowl Subdivision. His nation-leading 178.2 yards per game put him on pace for 2,317 in 13 games, assuming the Cowboys don't play in the Big 12 championship game. That would be the highest total since 2014, when Melvin Gordon ran for 2,587 yards in 14 games for Wisconsin. Joining Hubbard as 200-yard rushers Saturday were Boston College's AJ Dillon, Mississippi State's Kylin Hill, Texas A&M's Isaiah Spiller and Clemson's Travis Etienne. Dillon carried 35 times for 242 yards for his second 200-yard game of the year. Hill ran 21 times for 234 against Arkansas, Spiller carried 20 times for 217 yards against UTSA and Etienne amassed 212 yards on just nine carries against Wofford in his second 200-yard game of the season. - AP College Football


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  TCU's Gary Patterson has long been known as one of the best defensive coaches in college football -- especially against the run. Oklahoma State's Chuba Hubbard, the nation's leading rusher, treated Patterson's highly ranked unit just like the rest of them. The sophomore speedster piled up 223 yards rushing, including two long touchdowns, to help Oklahoma State defeat TCU 34-27 on Saturday. Hubbard rambled for 192 yards in the second half. A TCU spokesman said Hubbard became the first player to rush for at least 200 yards against TCU in Patterson's 19-year run as head coach. "When Chuba gets through there, nobody can catch him," Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said. "That makes him different than other players."

Spencer Sanders passed for 158 yards and ran for 88 and Dillon Stoner caught three passes for 93 yards and two touchdowns for the Cowboys (6-3, 3-3 Big 12), who became become bowl eligible for 14th straight year.

Oklahoma State played without star receiver Tylan Wallace, who reportedly tore an ACL during the week. Gundy said Wallace, a Biletnikoff Award finalist last season, is out for the season. "It's just hard for a coach to swallow," Gundy said. "It just almost ruined my week when I left the office, when I went home. When I go home, it just makes me sick to where I can hardly function. It's hard to lose a guy like that, not only as a player, but also as a person, what he brings to the table." Kolby Harvell-Peel led Oklahoma State's defense with two interceptions and a fumble recovery. Max Duggan passed for 258 yards and rushed for 86 for TCU (4-4, 2-3), but he threw three interceptions. - Oklahoma State/AP College Football


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  Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard's wildly successful season has made a lifelong issue a much smaller problem. For as far back as Hubbard can remember, folks have struggled to pronounce his first name. Most say CHUB-uh. He even heard someone throw his first and last name together and come up with Choohubbard. For the record, it's pronounced CHOO-buh. And since he leads the nation in rushing and all-purpose yards, people are finally starting to get it right. "They are trying," he said. "As long as they are trying, I get it. As long as they are saying my name some type of way, I guess it's a good thing."

He is giving people plenty of reasons to practice. He has rushed for 1,381 yards this season in eight games, an average of 172.6 yards per contest, and ranks second nationally with 16 rushing touchdowns heading into Saturday's home game against TCU. It's been enough to draw attention from former Oklahoma State and NFL star running back Barry Sanders, a Heisman Trophy winner. "He congratulated me on how the season's going," Hubbard said. "I would have never thought in a million years that Barry Sanders would be congratulating me. It's cool." Hubbard has approached some of Sanders' numbers. He rushed for a career-high 296 yards in a win over Kansas State, one of three games this season in which he has rushed for at least 200 yards. - AP College Football


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  Iowa State surged back into the Top 25 by making big plays on offense and limiting them on defense. Oklahoma State stole the Cyclones' recipe, took care of the ball and escaped Ames with a potential season-changing upset. Freshman Spencer Sanders threw for 249 yards and two TDs, and Oklahoma State beat 23rd-ranked Iowa State 34-27 on Saturday to snap the Cyclones' three-game winning streak. Chuba Hubbard had 116 yards rushing for the Cowboys (5-3, 2/3 Big 12), who used four big plays to snap their own two-game skid. The Pokes also forced three turnovers in the fourth quarter after entering play ranked 123rd nationally in turnover margin. "This is a great life lesson for the boys from the standpoint of, just keep playing," Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said.

Malcolm Rodriguez gave Oklahoma State a 34-27 lead with 6:47 to go on an interception he returned 26 yards for the eventual game-winning touchdown. Iowa State (5-3, 3-2) then stuffed Hubbard on a 4th-and-1 near midfield with just under 3 minutes left. But quarterback Brock Purdy threw another ill-advised pass that was picked off shortly thereafter -- then another interception in the final seconds that sealed the Cyclones' fate. Iowa State was also just 5 of 16 on third downs, and Purdy gave it away three times in the fourth after throwing just four interceptions all season entering the day. - Oklahoma State/AP College Football


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  Oklahoma State RB Chuba Hubbard is the nation's rushing leader with 1,265 yards (180.9 yards per game) and 15 touchdowns. The Cyclones have allowed only 111 yards rushing per game, second in the Big 12, and a league-low five touchdowns. Only one running back has gained more than 58 yards against them, and that was 93 yards in a non-conference game. Hubbard had 22 yards on two carries last season against Iowa State, when the Cowboys still had Justice Hill, who was limited to 66 yards on 24 carries. - AP College Football

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  Oklahoma State's Hubbard is running for 182.3 yards per game, the highest average since Texas' D'Onta Foreman finished 2016 at 184.3. Hubbard has gone over 200 in three games and has been held under 100 just once. Ohio State's J.K. Dobbins and Wisconsin's Jonathan Taylor are in a tight race behind Hubbard. Dobbins is at 137.7 and Taylor, the defending rushing champion, is at 137.5. - AP College Football

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  Oklahoma State's Chuba Hubbard, the first player over 1,000 yards this season, is the top rusher at 182 yards per game. Jonathan Taylor of Wisconsin is second at 149. - AP College Football

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