Cowboys Wheel And Deal In Mobile, Final 44-7

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After being forced to punt on the opening drive, the Oklahoma State Offense found its momentum in the first.

On the ensuing drive, OSU got on the board first with a 31 yard field goal by Matt Amendola. Then the Pokes started heating up.

With 5:31 left in the first quarter, Mason Rudolph found James Washington for the 66 yard touchdown pass. With the reception, Washington tied Dez Bryant for OSU’s fourth all-time in touchdown receptions.

On the next drive, Rudolph and company marched on down to the end zone again, a seven play, 73 yard drive, punched in by a 4 yd touchdown pass to Marcell Ateman.

Oklahoma State powered out to a 17-0 lead before the start of the second quarter.

After a 16 play drive to open the second quarter, Matt Amendola missed a 42 yard field goal attempt.

With 1:24 left in the half, the Jaguars failed to get on the board when their best drive of the game culminated in a 31 yard field goal attempt by Gavin Patterson.

With less than a minute left in the first half, Mason Rudolph connected with Chris Lacy on a 16 yard pass. That pass made Rudolph the all-time leading passer at Oklahoma State, moving him past Brandon Weeden in his climb to the top of the Cowboy record.

The drive resulted in a 53 yard field goal by Amendola, which was a career high for the kicker.

Less than 20 seconds into the start of the third quarter, Edmond Santa Fe alum, Calvin Bundage was hit with a targeting penalty and ejected from the game. Bundage will be forced to miss the first half against the University of Pittsburgh.

After DeQuinton Osborne recovered a fumble by the Jaguars, the Cowboys offense capitalized. Rudolph connected with Ateman on a 20 yard touchdown strike that gave OSU a 27-0 lead.

With 7:44 left to go in the third, Rudolph switched things up and decided to stick to the ground. He called his own number and punched it in from 11 yards out to make it 34-0.

It was a night for the defense too, while holding the Jaguars scoreless through three and a half quarters, the Cowboys forced turnovers too. With four minutes remaining in the third, Darrion Daniels got his hand on a pass and Justin Phillips finished the play, returning the ball 25 yards for the pick six.

After holding the Jaguars scoreless for nearly three and a half quarters, Southern Alabama found the end zone as Dallas Davis hit Maaseiah Francis  with the 17 yard touchdown pass.

The Oklahoma State Cowboys improved to 2-0 on the season with their first road win, a final score of 44-7.

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