Rudolph Struggles, But Cowboys Still Beat Texas

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Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph had arguably his worst game as a Cowboy in OSU's 30-27 win over Texas on Saturday, September 26.

The key part is OSU won the game, but Rudolph was shaky, throwing two interceptions and fumbling once.

J.W. Walsh came in to replace Rudolph a few situations he normally has not so far this season, running for a score and throwing for another.

Dylan Buckingham reports from Austin, Texas.


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