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September 11, 2013

Randle said he never saw any OSU allegations

In an explosive Sports Illustrated article released Wednesday, over a dozen former Oklahoma State University football players admitted to academic misconduct at the Stillwater, Okla., campus.

Some players even said tutors did their work for them, while the SI article also said some players received money for playing football at OSU.

Dallas Cowboys rookie running back Joseph Randle, however, said he never saw any of the allegations written in a Sports Illustrated article and isn't keeping up with the fallout from that blistering story.

"It ain't personal or nothing like that,'' said Randle, who played for OSU from 2010-12. "I really ain't paying much attention to it because I didn't see none of it when I was there.

"So I don't really know what they've got going on.''

Randle rushed for 1,216 yards and 24 touchdowns in 2011 for OSU, and 1,417 yards and 14 TDs last season. He also was first-team All-Big 12 both of those seasons and was a fifth-round draft pick by the Dallas Cowboys last spring.

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