Pat Kinnison

Coleman Key will walk on at Oklahoma State after spending two years at Colorado State

Former Colorado State and Broken Arrow High School standout Coleman Key is transferring to Oklahoma State, where he will be a walk-on quarterback for the Cowboys.

Former Colorado State University quarterback and Broken Arrow High School standout Coleman Key has enrolled at Oklahoma State. He said his intentions are to play football and baseball and be closer to home.

The 6-4, 220-pound Key announced his intentions on Twitter on Thursday night.

"It's finally official, Oklahoma State is my new home and I'll be playing both football and baseball," Key posted on Twitter.  #GoPokes.

It was also reported on the blog Pistols Firing. What wasn't included in either report was that Key will be a walk-on and the Cowboys won't put him on scholarship, at least initially. 

Key was a redshirt during the 2014 season at Colorado State and then last season he played in five games, all as a reserve for the Rams. He completed 21 of 44 passes for 48 percent and 251 yards with three touchdowns and three interceptions. He also rushed for 15 yards on nine carries.

He picked Colorado over offers from Arkansas State, Houston, Illinois, North Texas, Toledo, and Western Michigan. 


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