Oklahoma State racked up 605 yards of total offense on their way to a 56-35 win over Texas-San Antonio on Saturday at the Alamodome in San Antonio.
J.W. Walsh got his fourth career start at quarterback, and was 24 of 27 for 327 yards passing and four touchdowns.
He also rushed for a score, helping OSU to a 35-7 lead at halftime, which eventually extended to 42-7 in the third quarter.
Walsh threw first half touchdown passes of 10 yards to Jhajuan Seales, 19 to Brandon Shepherd, and 10 to Josh Stewart.
He also connected on a 22-yard touchdown pass to Blake Jackson in the third quarter.
Clint Chelf came on in relief of Walsh and was 11 of 16 for 192 yards passing and two touchdowns, a 33-yarder to Charlie Moore and 21-yard TD
to Desmond Roland.
14 different Cowboys caught a pass in the game, with six different players catching a touchdown pass, plus OSU did not have a turnover.
Oklahoma State’s only negative was the defense, which gave up 504 yards and 28 fourth quarter points, as UTSA rallied to make the final score
a little more respectable.
The Roadrunners actually had one more first down than OSU with 31 to the Cowboys’ 30.
The Cowboys improved to 2-0 with the win and will play their first home game of the season next Saturday vs. Lamar.