J.W. Walsh showed why Oklahoma State coaches made him the starting quarterback against Texas-San Antonio on Saturday, completing 24 of 27 passes for 326 yards and four touchdowns, plus rushing for another score in the 56-35 win at the Alamodome.
OSU scored on five of their six first half possessions, and eventually built the lead to 42-7 before the Roadrunners got their own offense going with 28 fourth quarter points.
Walsh relieved Clint Chelf early in the season opener against Mississippi State and played the rest of the game.
On Saturday, Walsh didn’t leave until OSU had scored 42 points and was comfortably in front.
Oklahoma State plays their first home game on Saturday at 6:30 against Lamar.