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On fourth-and-24, Tulsa quarterback Zach Smith dropped back for one final desperation heave. But before he even had a chance to let things develop, Malcolm Rodriguez, with nothing but green in front of him, came in full speech and sacked Smith

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West Virginia head coach Neal Brown spoke to the media Tuesday on a Zoom conference to discuss this week’s matchup against Oklahoma State.

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Deep dive goes beyond the stat sheet and takes a look at the film to evaluate how OSU won/lost the game.

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During the weekly Big 12 coaches teleconference on Monday morning, Neal Brown, who’s in his second season as WVU’s head man, spoke strongly about his upcoming opponent.

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The Oklahoma State football team pulled out a 16-7 victory in what can only be described as a weird outing. OSU trotted out three quarterbacks, the defense excelled and the Cowboys found a way to win.

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Saturdays of football are extremely different from normal years due to the extra COVID-19 precautions. One of those precautions seen at an Oklahoma State game for the first time was electronic whistles.

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Oklahoma State didn’t look like the elite team that everyone was expecting in the first game of the shortened season, but there are some positives and negatives to take away from the Cowboys 16-7 season-opening win against Tulsa.

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In a 16-7 victory for the Oklahoma State football team, here were the grades.

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In their season opener, the No. 11 Oklahoma State Cowboys managed to escape with a win over the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes by a score of 16-7. The game was a close, low-scoring affair—quite a contrast from OSU’s last season opener which featured 88 points.

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A 16-7 Oklahoma State victory against Tulsa is not exactly what most had in mind coming into Saturday. The defense stepped up massively when it was a struggle for the Cowboys to get anything going offensively, and these three guys played a major role in saving the OSU season opener from bein…

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In Oklahoma State’s 16-7 victory over Tulsa contained a lot of eventful decisions. Here are some of the biggest that stuck out.

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Oklahoma State’s offense looked out of sync when backup quarterback Ethan Bullock stepped into the game to replace the injured Spencer Sanders.

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0: Number of college football games true freshman Shane Illingworth has played prior to his 4-for-5, 74 passing-yard debut versus Tulsa.

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Oklahoma State wide receiver Tylan Wallace walked into Boone Pickens Stadium this morning, saw the spaced out fans, condensed marching band and socially-distant sideline and thought he would have to motivate himself against Tulsa.

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It was a slow start for the Oklahoma State Cowboys season opener. After an injury for their starting quarterback Spencer Sanders, the Cowboy defense rose to the occasion.

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Shane Illingworth stepped on the field and the crowd erupted in joy after Oklahoma State suffered through two and a half quarters of rough play. Illingworth took the snap, looked to his right and uncorked a beautiful 29-yard deep ball to Tylan Wallace.

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Oklahoma State quarterback Spencer Sanders limped off the field and into the locker room with what OSU officials describe as a “lower extremity injury.”

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It’s been 327 days since Cowboy fans last saw Tylan Wallace take the field when he suffered a season-ending injury. But finally, after a long and crazy offseason, Wallace is ready to go this weekend in Oklahoma State’s season opener against Tulsa.