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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Dez Bryant defends Oklahoma State, says he wishes he got paid

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant defended the Oklahoma State football program against allegations posed by SI by saying he never got paid while in college, though he wishes he did.

The former Oklahoma State receiver tweeted this message on Tuesday, which he later deleted:

Dez Bryant tweet

Bryant’s time at Oklahoma State involved controversy. He put up a monster season in 2008, catching 87 passes for 1,480 yards and 19 touchdowns as a sophomore. But he was ruled ineligible by the NCAA for the 2009 season for lying to them about his dealings with Deion Sanders.

Bryant had no comment on the report that Oklahoma State hostesses provided recruits with sex, saying his girlfriend looked him up.

Bryant further defended Oklahoma State by retweeting tweets sent Russell Okung, a former Oklahoma State offensive lineman.

Former Oklahoma State running back Tatum Bell similarly defended the school and program:

Former Oklahoma State defensive lineman Jamie Blatnick wrote this:

Image via Twitter/Culwel1



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