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Oklahoma State 56 – McNeese 14 | Postgame Notes

M. Hofeld


The Cowboys moved another step closer to conference play with a 56-14 win over McNeese on Saturday. Spencer Sanders passed for 250 yards and three touchdowns. Tylan Wallace had 150 yards, and three scores, on just five catches, and the OSU defense pitched a first half shutout. Here are a few things you may not have known about the win though.

• Mike Gundy’s record in home openers improved to 15-0.
• The Cowboys are 6-0 against teams in the Southland Conference.
• Gundy’s record vs. FCS teams is now 12-0.
• Gundy’s record in non-conference games is now 51-11.
• The Cowboys now have 12 straight non-conference wins, matching the second-longest streak in OSU history.
• Oklahoma State improved it to 34-5 in its past 39 non-conference games.
• OSU is 64-12 in the last 76 games vs. unranked opponents, dating back to 2010. • The Cowboys now have 24 consecutive wins in home openers, increasing the longest streak in school history.
• Oklahoma State is 2-0 for the third straight season and for the 10th time in the Mike Gundy era.
• Tylan Wallace has at least one receiving touchdown in seven of his past eight games, and multiple receiving touchdowns in four of his past six games.
• OSU has won 65 consecutive games when holding its opponent to less than 20 points, dating to 2003.
• The Cowboys have forced at least one turnover in 38 of its past 42 games and in 47 of its past 52 games, dating to 2015.
• Spencer Sanders’ 75-yard pass to Tylan Wallace in the third quarter was OSU’s longest pass since Mason Rudolph completed a 76-yard touchdown pass to Dillon Stoner against Kansas in 2017. It also marked the longest reception of Wallace’s career to date.
• Oklahoma State scored on six consecutive drives and seven of eight drives during the second and third quarters.
• Chuba Hubbard surpassed 1,000 career rushing yards.
• C.J. Moore has touchdown receptions in both games this season.
• Through OSU’s first two games, Cowboy quarterbacks have thrown for eight touchdowns and zero interceptions.

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