Time: 4 p.m. at Boone Pickens Stadium TV: FSN. Radio: 1090 AM. The line: Oklahoma State by 17. The setup: Oklahoma State is rebuilding from...

Time: 4 p.m. at Boone Pickens Stadium

TV: FSN. Radio: 1090 AM. The line: Oklahoma State by 17.

The setup: Oklahoma State is rebuilding from a 9-4 season with a new spread passing offense, while Washington State attempts to pull itself out of a 3-22 hole the past two years.

What to expect: Both teams will be chucking it, OSU with 26-year-old pro baseball expatriate Brandon Weedon, the Cougars with sophomore QB Jeff Tuel.

Injuries: WSU — WR Kristoff Williams (turf toe), TE Aaron Dunn (wrist), S LeAndre Daniels (neck), out. OSU — WR Hubert Anyiam (foot) doubtful; DE Jamie Blatnick (legal issues), S Victor Johnson (legal issues) questionable.

Upset brewing? Oklahoma State is in a transition phase, both in offense and personnel, and could be vulnerable. But it will take a supreme effort from WSU.

Key matchup: The Cougars, whose offensive-line play has been dramatically subpar the past two years, will pit a revamped line against a defensive line with three new starters.

Prediction: Oklahoma State, 24-14.

Bud Withers

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