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Over the last several years, OSU's offense has developed a reputation for being one of the best in the country.

The Cowboys are putting up nearly 40 points a game this year, placing them in the top 15 teams nationally for scoring.

Mike Gundy's offensive unit will face a stout test in the Cotton Bowl; Missouri's defense is holding opponents to under 23 points a game.

Cowboy quarterback, Clint Chelf is well aware of the pressure he could face from the Tigers on January 3.