Rudolph and Cowboys Defense Leads OSU To Win Over K-State

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Oklahoma State's defense clamped down on Kansas State in the second half, and quarterback Mason Rudolph had a career best day to lead OSU to a 36-34 win over the Wildcats on Saturday, October 3.

Rudolph passed for 437 yards and three touchdowns, and the OSU defense held KSU to just seven second half points in the win to improve to 5-0 on the season.

It was OSU's second straight close game they won in the final minute.

Dylan Buckingham reports from Stillwater.

 

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