Cowboys Second Half Offensive Fireworks Spark Easy Win

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Oklahoma State had an explosive second half on offense to beat Central Arkansas 32-8 on Saturday night at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater.

The Cowboys first points came on a 31-yard field goal by Ben Grogan, with two big plays crucial in the drive.

The first was a 56-yard pass from Mason Rudolph to Jalen McCleskey.

The second was an apparent interception by UCA’s George Odom in the corner of the end zone on a pass intended for David Glidden.

Originally ruled an interception, it was overturned on replay, and ruled incomplete.

The Cowboys’ first touchdown came on a 21-yard touchdown run by Chris Carson to make it 10-0 OSU.

It stayed that way until halftime, but the second half was much better for the Cowboy offense.

Rudolph threw a pair of touchdown passes to David Glidden, one of 67 and one of 31 yards.

J.W. Walsh came in on a 4th down and found Jeremy Seaton for a 6-yard touchdown pass to cap the scoring.

The only second half negative for OSU on offense was getting two extra points blocked.

This was OSU’s first home game after four straight games away from Stillwater dating back to last season.


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