The Cowboys’ regular season comes to an end this weekend, as the Pokes look to better their bowl standing before some much needed time off.
Oklahoma State hosts a struggling West Virginia squad. Here are some key stats, TV info and a look at the series history between these squads.
Time: 11 a.m. Saturday
Location: Boone Pickens Stadium
Watch: ESPN2 (Jay Alter and Charles Arbuckle)
|Oklahoma State||West Virginia|
|Points Per Game||32.9||31.2|
|Points Allowed Per Game||29.8||34.2|
OSU — Spencer Sanders — 212-for-368 (58%)/2,642 yards/17 touchdowns/9 interceptions
WVU — JT Daniels — 200-for-327 (61%)/2,107 yards/13 touchdowns/9 interceptions
OSU — Dominic Richardson — 149 carries/543 yards/8 touchdowns
WVU — Tony Mathis — 126 carries/549 yards/5 touchdowns
OSU — Brennan Presley — 56 catches/662 yards/2 touchdowns
WVU — Sam James — 44 catches/726 yards/6 touchdowns
OSU — Mason Cobb — 85 total tackles, 51 solo tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss
WVU — Lee Kpogba — 79 total tackles, 37 solo tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss
OSU — Collin Oliver — 5 sacks
WVU — Dante Stills — 4.5 sacks
Series History (OSU leads 9-4)
The Mountaineers haven’t fared well against the Cowboys since joining the Big 12 in 2012, as OSU has gone 8-2 in meetings between these teams as conference foes.
West Virginia and OSU met three times before then, where the Mountaineers held a 2-1 advantage. OSU beat WVU 35-33 in the 1987 Sun Bowl, but before that, you had to go back to 1929 for the last time these teams played.
Here is a look at how the past 10 meetings shook out:
|2015||Oklahoma State||33-26 (OT)||Morgantown|
Big 12 Standings
|Team||Big 12 Record||Overall Record|