Moments after he calls a goal line play during Oklahoma State's practice, quarterback Zac Robinson knows he can count on left guard David Koenig to provide a little levity.
The senior will ask Robinson: "What's the play again?" although he knows exactly what the Cowboys are about to run.
It's little moments like those exchanges with Koenig that have helped Robinson settle in as the leader of Oklahoma State's offense, the No. 8-ranked unit in the land with a 484-yard average.
After entering the season as the overshadowed backup to junior Bobby Reid, Robinson has turned in the most productive season in Oklahoma State (6-6) history. His 3,299 yards of total offense are a school record.