OSU's Rashaun Woods and records
Tuesday, September 23rd 2003, 12:00 am
News On 6
(Stillwater-AP) -- With at least eight games to go this season, Rashaun Woods is threatening to turn Oklahoma State's record book into his own personal scrapbook.
Woods now holds all the school's significant receiving records following his dazzling game Saturday night.
He needed only one touchdown grab to break a tie with former All-American Hart Lee Dykes for career touchdown receptions. Dykes had 29, while Woods now has 36.
Woods will also likely own the school's top three seasons for receptions, yardage and touchdowns.
The only school mark Woods would have left to break is Alex Lloyd's single-game record of 16 receptions against Kansas in 1949.
Also within distance is the Division 1-A mark of 300 career receptions. That record is held by Arnold Jackson of Louisville.