Chubba Hubbard has officially ended his career at Oklahoma State University. Per Mike Gundy, Hubbard is opting out for the remainder of the season to focus on the NFL Draft.
“Chuba’s not going to play,” Gudy said on Oklahoma State’s radio pregame show. “Chuba’s chosen to go to the NFL.”
While the announcement comes just before OSU’s final regular season game, the Cowboys have been without their star running back since he left the field during Bedlam. Oklahoma State defeated Texas Tech 50-44 and then fell at TCU 29-22 in the two games so far without Hubbard.
The announce bring about an end to speculation that the junior running back was finished in Stillwater and makes it official. In hindsight you could certainly argue that Hubbard made a mistake in returning this season. After leading the nation with 2,094 rushing yards in 2019, his 2020 highlights include a preseason spat with head coach Mike Gundy, injuries, and just 625 rushing yards.
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