The Cowboys and Sun Devils will meet on a football field for only the fourth time Saturday.
Oklahoma State hosts Arizona State in Boone Pickens Stadium. Here is how to watch, team stats, individual leaders and a look at the series history.
Time: 6:30 p.m. Saturday
Location: Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma
Watch: ESPN2 (Dave Flemming, Rod Gilmore and Tiffany Blackmon)
|Oklahoma State||Arizona State|
|Points Per Game||58||40|
|Points Allowed Per Game||44||3|
OSU — Spencer Sanders — 28-for-41 (68%)/406 yards/4 touchdowns/0 interceptions
ASU — Emory Jones — 13-for-18 (72%)/152 yards/0 touchdowns/0 interceptions
OSU — Dominic Richardson — 9 carries/61 yards/1 touchdown
ASU — Xazavian Valladay — 15 carries/116 yards/2 touchdowns
OSU — Braydon Johnson — 6 catches/133 yards/1 touchdown
ASU — Messiah Swinson — 3 catches/50 yards/0 touchdowns
OSU — Mason Cobb and Kendal Daniels — 11 total tackles each
ASU — Merlin Robertson — 11 total tackles
OSU — Tyler Lacy and Collin Oliver — 1 sack each
ASU — None
These teams first met in the 1984 season opener, where Oklahoma State won 45-3 in Tempe, but since, the Sun Devils have won the past two meetings.
The most recent meeting between these teams came in 1993 where Arizona State handed the Pokes their first loss of that season. In 1993, OSU started the year 3-1 before losing every Big Eight game they played in to finished 3-8.
This is the first meeting in Stillwater between the teams since 1991. Arizona State won that game 30-3 as OSU went 0-10-1 that season with their tie coming against Iowa State.
Needless to say, the Cowboys’ program has gone through quite the overhaul since those past two meetings.