OSU dominates Purdue in Heart of Dallas Bowl
DALLAS, Texas—In a game that was supposed to be a matchup between a Big Twelve team that could make a run for a title and a Big Ten legend that came close to defeating two national contenders this year, the Heart of Dallas Bowl was over almost as soon as it started.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys defeated Purdue 58-14 Tuesday afternoon.
The Pokes capitalized on turnovers, while the Boilermakers continued to struggle throughout the game.
The team forced five turnovers, including an impressive strip of the ball by Justin Gilbert which resulted in a touchdown for the Cowboys at the beginning of the third quarter.
In fact, Purdue didn’t even make it to 100 yards on offense until Oklahoma State was leading the game by 45 points.
Clint Chelf threw for three touchdown passes and zero interceptions in the blowout win.
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