Something’s just a little off with OSU’s offense. At time’s during Oklahoma State’s showdown with West Virginia, the Cowboys showed they could make plays through the air, on the ground and up front on the offensive line. But when it came time to put it into motion, the consistency wasn’t there. Especially in the run game.
It also trickled down to special teams. Punter Kip Smith booted two awful punts of 13 and 16 yards while freshman Ben Grogan missed two key field goals.
Missed opportunities buried the Cowboys in their first Big 12 contest, now Mike Yurcich and the rest of the Cowboy offense must shore up sloppy play in the air and on the ground as Kansas State comes to Stillwater on Saturday.
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