Wednesday, October 26, 2011

WR Isaiah Anderson Thrust Into Key Role for OSU

When the Cowboys lost Hubert Anyiam to a season-ending injury, the Cowboys turned to backup Isaiah Anderson to fill the void. Anderson should do just fine filling in for Anyiam — just ask him.

Maybe you know Isaiah Anderson for his long-rumored speed, an asset he surely won't deny.
Isaiah Anderson steps into the hole created by the injury to Hubert Anyiam at the “X” receiver spot.
Look for Michael Harrison to fill in there, too, moving at least in part from his role as backup to Justin Blackmon on the opposite side of the field.

“They'll be kind of a two-headed monster over there and we'll try to get the most out of both of them,” Cowboys offensive coordinator Todd Monken said of Anderson and Harrison.

Maybe you know Anderson for his pink uniform accents on game day, a nod to his mother, Loraine Anderson, a cancer survivor.

Or maybe you don't know the Oklahoma State junior wide receiver at all – not yet – although now's as good a time as any, with his move into the starting lineup, replacing the injured Hubert Anyiam, who suffered a season-ending broken foot at Missouri. So, who is Isaiah Anderson?

OSU receiver Isaiah Anderson ready to introduce himself

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