After a double-OT loss last weekend, the Cowboys match up with the Longhorns on Saturday in a game that could be crucial if the Pokes want to make a return trip to Arlington.
Texas comes to Stillwater for America’s Greatest Homecoming, and a win would make it all the more great for OSU fans. Here are some stats to know entering the game.
Time: 2:30 p.m. Saturday
Location: Boone Pickens Stadium
Watch: ABC (Dave Pasch, Dusty Dvoracek and Tom Luginbill)
|Points Per Game||45.3||36.7|
|Points Allowed Per Game||27.8||18.3|
OSU — Spencer Sanders — 120-for-205 (59%)/1,639 yards/13 touchdowns/3 interceptions
Texas — Hudson Card — 74-for-107 (69%)/923 yards/6 touchdowns/1 interception
OSU — Dominic Richardson — 108 carries/427 yards/5 touchdowns
Texas — Bijan Robinson — 138 carries/780 yards/10 touchdowns
OSU — Braydon Johnson — 20 catches/398 yards/3 touchdowns
Texas — Xavier Worthy — 32 catches/432 yards/6 touchdowns
OSU — Mason Cobb — 54 total tackles, 30 solo tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss
Texas — Jaylan Ford — 66 total tackles, 37 solo tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss
OSU — Tyler Lacy, Collin Oliver, Brock Martin and Ben Kopenski — 3 sacks each
Texas — Barryn Sorrell — 3 sacks
Series History (Texas Leads 26-10)
These teams first met in 1916 in San Antonio, a game Texas won 14-6. The Cowboys wouldn’t get their first win in the series until 1944, a 13-8 win in Austin.
These teams didn’t play in Stillwater until 1997, a 42-16 Cowboy win. The Longhorns do, though, hold a 9-3 advantage on OSU’s homefield.
After starting the series 2-22, OSU has gone 8-4 against Texas the past dozen years. Here is a look at the teams’ past 10 meetings:
|2017||Oklahoma State||13-10 (OT)||Austin|
Big 12 Standings
|Team||Big 12 Record||Overall Record|