Coming off a heartbreaking loss in Ames, the Cowboys get the Big 12 punching bag for homecoming.
Oklahoma State hosts Kansas this weekend. Here is the viewing info, statistical leaders and series history between the Cowboys and Jayhawks.
Time: 6 p.m. Saturday
Location: Boone Pickens Stadium
Watch: FS1 (Tim Brando and Spencer Tillman)
|Points Per Game||25.7||17.6|
|Points Allowed Per Game||20.1||42.1|
OSU — Spencer Sanders — 90-for-152 (59%)/1,184 yards/9 touchdowns/5 interceptions
Kansas — Jason Bean — 94-for-163 (58%)/1,178 yards/6 touchdowns/4 interceptions
OSU — Jaylen Warren — 166 carries/781 yards/6 touchdowns
Kansas — Devin Neal — 92 carries/418 yards/4 touchdowns
OSU — Tay Martin — 31 catches/445 yards/3 touchdowns
Kansas — Kwamie Lassiter — 28 catches/347 yards/1 touchdown
OSU — Malcolm Rodriguez — 72 total tackles/38 solo tackles/6 tackles for loss
Kansas — Kenny Logan — 59 total tackles/40 solo tackles/0 tackles for loss
OSU — Collin Oliver — 4.5 sacks
Kansas — Kyron Johnson — 3.5 sacks
The Cowboys have won 11 straight against the Jayhawks, the longest streak either team has put together in this series.
OSU is 40-29-2 all time against Kansas, with KU’s most recent victory coming in 2007. Since 1998, the Pokes are 16-1 against Kansas.
The teams first met in 1923, a 9-0 KU victory, but OSU avenged its loss with a 3-0 win the following year. The teams’ first five meetings came in Lawrence. Stillwater finally got to host the game in 1947, where KU won 13-7.
Here is a look at the previous 10 meetings between the teams:
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