Oklahoma State At Tulsa | How to Watch, Storylines, Odds, & Predictions

Kickoff: 2:30 PM CT

Location: Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium (Tulsa, Oklahoma)

Television: ESPN2

Radio: Cowboy Radio Network

Setting the Stage

The Oklahoma State Cowboys are off to a solid start to the season as they defeated McNeese State at home on Saturday 56-14 to move to 2-0. Today, they travel up the road to Tulsa to take on the Golden Hurricane.

Tulsa lost their season opener against Michigan State, but the Golden Hurricane rebounded with a 34-16 victory at San Jose State to move to 1-1 on the season.

The Cowboys are a two-touchdown favorite entering today’s contest, but Tulsa is considered an underdog that actually has a chance to pull off the upset, which should make this a good game.


Offensive Keys to the Game

10 Things You Need to Know

Players to Watch


Line: Oklahoma State -14
O/U: 64


Craig38-21 OK ST
Mark35-17 OK ST
Matt35-27 OK ST
Rich38-28 OK ST
Zack45-24 OK ST

60 Replies to “Oklahoma State At Tulsa | How to Watch, Storylines, Odds, & Predictions”

  1. So Chuba only ran the ball 8 times for 44 yards against McNeese State. He’s gonna break 200 for the second time this season easily at this rate.

  2. A 1-play touchdown drive and then a 3-and-out for the defense. That’s about as good as you would want for a start.

  3. Spencer Sanders had all day in the pocket on that play. Should’ve been a touchdown, but he underthrew it a little bit.

  4. Tulsa’s best play of the game so far was that kickoff return, but of course they get flagged for holding. Also, why does the referee’s mic sound like he’s a roller coaster operator from the 90s?

  5. I’m not sure how to feel about Oklahoma State’s offensive line, but they’re dominating pretty early so far in this one.

  6. Complete breakdown on defense. Sheesh. That was ugly. Had a feeling this wasn’t going to be a straight runaway for OState.

      1. Passing on 1st down is setting up 2nd and long. I’m not sure why they’re moving away from the run.

  7. Big plays for Tulsa are keeping them in the game. That’s twice now the Cowboy secondary has been torched.

  8. Basically, Tulsa has to resort to pass interference to stop Tylan Wallace. That’s what I’m getting from this first half.

  9. NOW the defense shows up…if Oklahoma State doesn’t come out of halftime and score on the opening kickoff of the second half, I will be extremely frustrated as a Cowboy fan.

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