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12/04/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Todderick Hunt | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com / Source: NJ.com
|OKST||1st Qtr||5:16||Ben Grogan 19 yd FG|
|OKLA||2nd Qtr||14:46||Dede Westbrook 69 yd pass from Baker Mayfield (Austin Seibert kick)|
|OKLA||2nd Qtr||11:36||Austin Seibert 34 yd FG|
|OKST||2nd Qtr||5:05||Chris Carson 6 yd run (Ben Grogan kick)|
|OKST||2nd Qtr||1:28||Mason Rudolph 6 yd run (Ben Grogan kick)|
|OKLA||2nd Qtr||0:27||Geno Lewis 10 yd pass from Baker Mayfield (Austin Seibert kick)|
|OKLA||3rd Qtr||11:56||Samaje Perine 1 yd run (Austin Seibert kick)|
|OKLA||3rd Qtr||4:21||Joe Mixon 12 yd pass from Baker Mayfield (Austin Seibert kick)|
|OKST||3rd Qtr||1:00||Ben Grogan 30 yd FG|
|OKLA||4th Qtr||9:35||Joe Mixon 79 yd run (Austin Seibert kick)|
Saturday, the Oklahoma State Cowboys led by Mike Gundy travel to Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma to take on the Bob Stoops and the Oklahoma Sooners.
For the second straight year, No. 11 Oklahoma State heads into its regular-season finale against its in-state rival, No. 7 Oklahoma, with a chance to claim the Big 12 title.
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Last year, Oklahoma State was missing several key starters because of injuries, with quarterback Mason Rudolph hardly playing, and wound up losing 58-23 on its home field. Oklahoma claimed the Big 12 championship and advanced to the College Football Playoff.
This time, coming off their most complete performance of the season, a 31-6 win over TCU on Nov. 19, followed by a bye week, the Cowboys (9-2, 7-1 Big 12, No. 10 CFP) are well-rested and determined to finish the job Saturday at Oklahoma (9-2,…
11/25/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Chris Johnson / Source: SI.com
A highly anticipated matchup between in-state rivals Washington and Washington State was far less competitive than expected. The Huskies bludgeoned the Cougars on their home turf, racking up 512 total yards and six touchdowns in a 45–17 rout. The win clinches the Pac-12 North Division for Washington, and it will face either USC or Colorado in the conference title game next week. Here are three thoughts on what unfolded at Martin Stadium:
1. Washington got off to a great start
Washington wasted little time in demonstrating why it is considered one of the best teams in the country. The Huskies scored touchdowns on their first four drives, including consecutive passing scores from quarterback Jake Browning to wide receiver Dante Pettis, and limited the Cougars to only three points over their first five sequences. Browning picked apart Washington State’s pass defense, and the Huskies shut down star quarterback Luke Falk and the Cougars’ high-octane attack. Through the first quarter, Washington was averaging 11.4 yards per play compared to 4.9 for Washington State, and the Huskies had recorded nine first downs compared to two for the Cougars.
Washington State finally got into the end zone in the second quarter when it took advantage of good field position after forcing a fumble from Washington receiver John Ross, but the Huskies responded with a seven-play, 85-yard touchdown drive to extend its lead to 25 points. The Cougars’ nightmare half came to a close with them squandering another scoring opportunity, as Falk lofted a pass into heavy coverage in the end zone for an interception. It goes without saying this was not the way Washington State envisioned the first two quarters of this game unfolding, but unlike most situations, when the high-scoring Cougars could feel confident in their ability to make up sizable deficits, the vast disparity in performance between these two teams over the first two quarters left the impression that Washington had already secured the…