OSU football: Chuba Hubbard is Cowboys' 10th unanimous All-American
STILLWATER — It's unanimous. Canada's Cowboy is All-American.
Chuba Hubbard became the 10th football player in Oklahoma State history to achieve unanimous All-America status.
Hubbard, who led the nation in rushing, was a first-team selection by the Football Writers Association of America Thursday, following first-team honors from the American Football Coaches Association, the Associated Press, the Sporting News, and the Walter Camp Football Foundation.
Hubbard is the fourth OSU back to achieve such status, along with Bob Fenimore (1945), Terry Miller (1977) and Barry Sanders (1988).
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Hubbard’s 1,936 rushing yards are the second-most in a single season at Oklahoma State, behind Sanders’ NCAA-record total of 2,850 yards in 1988.
OSU’s other unanimous All-Americans are defensive end Leslie O’Neal (1985), tight end Alonzo Mayes (1997), offensive tackle Russell Okung (2009), receiver Justin Blackmon (2010, 2011) and James Washington (2017).