The Mason Rudolph Heisman campaign is officially underway for the 2017 college football season after the Oklahoma State Cowboys sent out a cryptic tweet.
Oklahoma State sent out a tweet with a coded image and asked fans, “can you crack the code?”
It was immediately obvious that the image had something to do with Rudolph because of the No. 2, but the combination of letters made absolutely no sense.
Here’s another look at the code. Can you tell what it says?
Can you crack the code? pic.twitter.com/kWnqiJNaqL
— Cowboy Football 🇨🇦🤠 (@CowboyFB) April 13, 2017
No? Still have nothing?
Well, thanks to some clever Twitter users who were able to decipher the message, we know the answer.
To figure out the hidden message, you have to go two letters from the printed letter to land on the intended letter. With that bit of trickery, you spell out “Mason Rudolph for Heisman.”
Great job by the Oklahoma State graphic design department on this one.
Last season, Rudolph threw for 4,091 yards, 28 touchdowns and just four interceptions. The 6-foot-5 signal-caller added six touchdowns on the ground.
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