Photo Attribution: Icon SMIWho he is: Josh Cooper is someone Brandon Weeden believes “could be a No. 1 guy for three-fourths of the schools across the country.” Maybe he doesn’t get talked about because he was a 3-star from a small school in OKC. Or maybe it’s because he’s 5’11 and weighs less than Michael Turner’s left leg. Or maybe it’s because he lines up next to #81. Whatever it is, I have to think Cooper kind of likes it that way.What he does: Last year Coop put up, statistically, one of the ten best receiving seasons in school history. The fact that it went largely unnoticed speaks to two things: 1. Justin Blackmon was out-of-control good last season and 2. Brandon Weeden’s stats were better than people remember. Think about it, Cooper’s season last year was essentially the same season Hart Lee Dykes had his sophomore year in 1986 and nobody even noticed. If he simply repeats what he did in 2010 he’ll finish his career with more yards than everyone in school history except for:Rashaun WoodsJustin BlackmonHart Lee DykesD’Juan WoodsDez BryantAdarius BowmanHermann EbenAnd with a round little 1,000-yard campaign (which I think is easily attainable) he’ll pass Eben and move into seventh all time. And it’s not like OSU has an extremely weak history at the wideout position.Where he fits in: He’s the second receiver on a team full of guys who would be second receivers at most every other school in the Big 12. That he’s kept a stronghold on that spot with the likes of Harrison, Moore, Stewart, and Anyiam constantly coming for his position should tell you all you need to know.Why he matters: Because he’s going to lead the team in catches. He’s the most important receiver on the team. Not the best or the most talented or the strongest or the fastest or any of those things. But as far as keeping drives alive and slamming plays down the other team’s throat there’s not another offensive player I’d choose to have the ball in his hands.Case in point…This post is part of our series on the 20 most important people to a 2011 Oklahoma State title run. Check the full list out here.If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!
zoom Greek tanker owner Pantheon Tankers has exercised the option for two more 50,000 dwt product oil and chemical tankers at Korean STX Offshore and Shipbuilding, according to Asiasis.The two ships are said to be slated for delivery in the third quarter of 2019.In September 2017, Pantheon Tankers signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) with STX to order two firm plus two additional tankers from the yard. The newbuildings are scheduled for delivery in 2019.The estimated price of each vessel is USD 33 million.World Maritime News contacted Pantheon Tankers for more details on the matter, however, the company is yet to reply.Based on the company’s website data, the shipowner’s fleet is comprised of twenty-one tankers, with two Aframaxes slated for delivery in 2018.World Maritime News Staff
Posted: June 4, 2018 June 4, 2018 Elizabeth Alvarez, Updated: 8:45 AM San Diego students launch school shooting safety PSA Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsMonday, San Diego Unified students, in partnership with San Diego Unified School Police and Crime Stoppers San Diego, launched their “If You See Something, Say Something” Public Service Announcement Video Campaign. Elizabeth Alvarez live to get the details.The PSA titled, “If You See Something, Say Something,” produced by students from San Diego High School and Point Loma High School, was created as a call to action in response to the tragic school shootings that have taken place in the recent months.“Given the recent school shootings, both in Florida and Texas, we want to remind students and our community that their voice matters. We want to provide ways to report crime, in person or anonymously. Providing support for our school communities and creating safe learning environments is our top priority as a school police department. We are proud to partner with our students on this campaign and know this will add another layer of safety and security to our campuses,” said School Police Chief Mike Marquez.The campaign will target the entire San Diego County community with two 30-second PSAs produced in English and Spanish on television and online. Cox Communications has partnered with the students and San Diego Unified and will aireach PSA 200 times throughout June. Elizabeth Alvarez