Fresh off an open week, the Cowboys and Wildcats will do battle under some Friday night lights.
Oklahoma State welcomes Kansas State to Boone Pickens Stadium in a rare Friday game. Here are stats and other information to get you ready for the game.
Time: 6:30 p.m. Friday
Location: Boone Pickens Stadium
Watch: ESPN (Anish Shroff, Andre Ware and Paul Carcaterra)
|Oklahoma State||Kansas State|
|Points Per Game||22||39.5|
|Points Allowed Per Game||23.8||18.5|
OSU — Alan Bowman — 53-for-100 (53%)/513 yards/2 touchdowns/3 interceptions
KSU — Will Howard — 91-for-139 (66%)/1,072 yards/8 touchdowns/4 interceptions
OSU — Ollie Gordon — 37 carries/230 yards/2 touchdowns
KSU — DJ Giddens — 66 carries/423 yards/4 touchdowns
OSU — Jaden Bray — 18 catches/215 yards/0 touchdowns
KSU — Ben Sinnott— 16 catches/247 yards/2 touchdowns
OSU — Kendal Daniels — 31 total tackles
KSU — Austin Moore — 22 total tackles
OSU — Nathan Latu and Nickolas Martin — 2 sacks each
KSU — Khalid Duke — 4 sacks
Series History (OSU Leads 42-27)
This has been a competitive series as of late, with OSU winning six of the past 10, but K-State has outscored the Pokes 323-255 in that stretch.
Last season’s meeting still seems like a fever dream, where the Wildcats put it to the Cowboys from start to finish, a game that would be the start to a tough stretch of form for OSU that has seen the Cowboys win just three of their past 10 games.
The 2021 edition of the series was the most recent game played in Stillwater. Spencer Sanders led Oklahoma State to a 31-20 win, throwing for 344 yards and a pair of touchdowns while Jaylen Warren ran for 123 yards and Tay Martin had 100 receiving yards.
Big 12 Standings
|Team||Big 12 Record||Overall|
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