By JEFF LATZKE
AP College Football Writer
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) - Oklahoma State's Brandon Weeden wants to outplay Arizona's Nick Foles this week.
Not because the two draft-worthy quarterbacks were the nation's most prolific passers in the opening week. He just wants to get the win.
Weeden and Foles were among the participants at the Manning Camp for elite quarterbacks this offseason. They spent some time making small talk and discussing the oddity that teams from different conferences will play twice in a nine-month span.
Weeden said Monday he'll probably chat with Foles before and after their game Thursday night, and it's human nature that he wants to be the best quarterback on the field.
But for Weeden, a former starting pitcher in the minor leagues, that's all about who gets the win and not who has the best stat line.
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