Two-in-a-row for Cowboys' wide receiver.
For the second year in a row, Oklahoma State's standout wide receiver, Justin Blackmon, has won the prestigious Biletnikoff Award, given each year to the nation's top college wideout.
Blackmon beat out OU's Ryan Broyles and USC's Robert Woods as he helped the orange and black have a memorable season where they went 11 and 1, won their first Big 12 Championship outright, were chosen for a BCS bowl berth, and beat rival Oklahoma in Bedlam.
Blackmon also made news while in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, when he hinted that the Fiesta Bowl could be his last game for OSU. Blackmon told the media he might decide to enter the 2012 NFL Draft to be held next spring.
In the meantime, OSU's All-American wide receiver will be heading back to the practice field to prepare for Stanford in the upcoming Fiesta Bowl.