Kickoff: 11 AM CT
Location: Milan Puskar Stadium (Morgantown, West Virginia)
Radio: Cowboy Radio Network
Setting the Stage
The Oklahoma State Cowboys (7-3) rolled over the the Kansas Jayhawks (3-7) last weekend 31-13 as former Cowboy football head coach and current Jayhawk football head coach Les Miles made his return to Stillwater. The defense played an incredible game, but unfortunately, freshman quarterback Spencer Sanders made his exit in the third with an injury to his hand, and he has now been ruled out for the rest of the season.
Today, the Cowboys take on the West Virginia Mountaineers in Morgantown (4-6) in what very well should be another easy win. The Mountaineers have struggled so far this year in what should be considered a season of transition, but they picked up a big win last week over Kansas State in Manhattan, Kansas.
The key for the Cowboys is to take care of the ball on offense and not try to do too many things. Dru Brown has taken over the helm now that Sanders is out, and he is a quality quarterback, so Oklahoma State simply needs to continue to do the things that they are good at and focus on the ground game. Doing that will allow the passing game to open up.
Line: Oklahoma State -6