Brandon Weeden and Justin Blackmon led the most successful team in Oklahoma State football history in 2011. But now that those two are gone, the Cowboy offense will radically shift in many ways for 2012.
Losing two playmakers is never easy, and other players will have to pick up the slack. While the team as a whole will be more experienced this year, the experience at wide receiver and quarterback will be very limited. The shifts in the offense will help accommodate this lack of experience.
Here are five ways the Cowboys’ offense will shift in 2012.