The Oklahoma State Cowboys were on the hunt for their ninth win of the season as they hosted the Kansas Jayhawks.
The game was preceded by a Senior Day celebration, as Mason Rudolph and James Washington took the field for the final time in Boone Pickens Stadium.
The Cowboys jumped out to a quick start. Mason Rudolph punched in the ninth rushing touchdown of his career on a one yard run. Oklahoma State led 7-0 with just over 12 minutes remaining in the first.
OSU settled for a field goal on their next drive, and the 43 yard kick by Matt Amendola made it a 10-0 game.
The Jayhawks got on the board with less than two minutes remaining in the opening quarter with a 50 yard field goal from Gabriel Rui.
The Cowboys widened their lead early in the second, a 12 yard touchdown run by Justice Hill capped off a 10 play, 75 yard drive.
Oklahoma State only needed two plays to find the end zone again, Rudolph connected with Dillon Stoner on a 76 yard touchdown pass to make the score 24-3 with ten minutes remaining in the first half.
A 36 yard field goal, and a one yard touchdown run by LD Brown added to the Pokes' lead, and Oklahoma State went up 34-3 with two minutes remaining in the first half.
The Jayhawks mustered some offense before the end of the second quarter, a 33 yard pass from Peyton Bender was brought down by Evan Fairs for a touchdown with seven seconds remaining. At half, Oklahoma State led Kansas 34-10.
The Cowboys came out of the locker room with a strong showing of complimentary football.
On the Jayhawks opening drive, Chad Whitener picked off Bender. As Rudolph and company took the field, they wasted no time in capitalizing as the quarterback found James Washington for a 30 yard touchdown.
Oklahoma State went up 41-10.
Rudolph made sure he was going out in style, he dove in for another rushing touchdown in the third quarter on a one yard run that made the score 48-17.
Rudolph's 45 touchdowns broke Barry Sanders' 1988 school record of 44.
The Cowboys scored on a Matt Amendola 49 yard field goal, and another one yard touchdown run by Brown in the fourth.
Oklahoma State's seniors shone in their final Boone Pickens outing as the Cowboys rolled over Kansas with a final score of 58-17.