Oklahoma State, who was coming off of a bye week, played host to Baylor on homecoming.
OSU didn't have a great start to the contest. A drive that spanned more than six minutes ended with Baylor's Trestan Ebner falling on a Zach Smith fumble in the end zone for the touchdown. The Bears had a seven nothing advantage.
After the two teams traded turnovers, Mason Rudolph connected with Marcell Ateman on a 38 yard touchdown pass to tie the game up at 7. OSU converted a pivotal 4th down on that drive to help them even the game up. Ateman finished with 4 catches for 119 yards and that lone score.
In the second, Rudolph threw his second touchdown pass, this one to Jalen McCleskey from 25 yards out. OSU had a 14-7 lead.
Baylor would add a field goal, but the Cowboys would do more damage. Justice Hill broke off an 80 yard touchdown run to give OSU a 21-10 advantage. Hill rushed 14 times for 117 yards and that one touchdown.
Following a big stop, Mason Rudolph, who has found a new love running the football, powered home a two yard touchdown run to give the Pokes a 28-10 lead.
James Washington made a plethora of plays in this game. He hauled in two different touchdown catches, one in the third and one in the fourth. The fourth, Rudolph hit him on a slant which he took 68 yards. In the fourth, he connected on a two yard dump off.
All in all, Mason Rudolph was 19 of 31, 459 yards with 4 total touchdowns.
The Cowboys come off their bye in impressive fashion with a 59-16 win over Baylor.