Game Preview: TV Info, Statistical Leaders and Series History between OSU and TCU

The Cowboys still have everything to play for as TCU comes to town.

Oklahoma State is in a driver’s seat to get to the Big 12 championship game with three regular season games to play. The Pokes also have a shot at the College Football Playoff after being ranked 10th in the most recent CFP poll. But first, the Cowboys have to deal with the Horned Frogs this weekend.

Viewing Info

Time: 7 p.m. Saturday
Location: Boone Pickens Stadium
Watch: FOX (Tim Brando and Spencer Tillman)

Team Stats
Oklahoma State TCU
Record 8-1 4-5
Points Per Game 28.8 31.3
Points Allowed Per Game 16.3 31.1
Total Offense 382.4 450.6
Rushing Offense 168.7 196
Passing Offense 213.8 254.6
Total Defense 277 437.7
Rushing Defense 86.2 201.6
Passing Defense 190.8 236.1
Team Leaders

Passing:
OSU — Spencer Sanders — 123-for-202 (61%)/1,523 yards/13 touchdowns/6 interceptions
TCU — Max Duggan — 120-for-185 (65%)/1,666 yards/14 touchdowns/4 interceptions

Rushing:
OSU — Jaylen Warren — 191 carries/928 yards/7 touchdowns
TCU — Zach Evans — 92 carries/648 yards/5 touchdowns

Receiving:
OSU — Tay Martin — 43 catches/592 yards/6 touchdowns
TCU — Quentin Johnston — 31 catches/615 yards/6 touchdowns

Tackling:
OSU — Malcolm Rodriguez — 86 total tackles/48 solo tackles/8.5 tackles for loss
TCU — Dee Winters — 60 total tackles/43 solo tackles/4.5 tackles for loss

Sacks:
OSU — Collin Oliver — 5.5 sacks
TCU — Ochaun Mathis — 4 sacks

Series History

Oklahoma State carries a 16-13-2 series record coming into Saturday’s game, but the Horned Frogs have walked away victorious in three of their past four against the Cowboys.

These teams first met in 1915 in Fort Worth, where Oklahoma State won 13-0. The series held its first game in Stillwater in 1921, a 28-21 OSU victory.

TCU picked up its first win in the series in 1922, winning 22-14 in Forth Worth.

These teams have also met on neutral turf twice. The first was their 1943 meeting in Oklahoma City, where TCU blanked OSU 25-0. OSU would get its revenge, though, winning 34-0 in the 1945 Cotton Bowl in Dallas.

The Blonde Bomber Bob Fenimore rushed 21 times for 178 yards and two touchdowns that day. He was also 6-for-13 while throwing the ball for 136 yards. It was a dominant performance as OSU outgained TCU 494 yards to 105 yards.

Here are these teams’ past 10 meetings.

Season Winner Score Location
2020 TCU 29-22 Fort Worth
2019 Oklahoma State 34-27 Stillwater
2018 TCU 31-24 Fort Worth
2017 TCU 44-31 Stillwater
2016 Oklahoma State 31-6 Fort Worth
2015 Oklahoma State 49-29 Stillwater
2014 TCU 42-9 Fort Worth
2013 Oklahoma State 24-10 Stillwater
2012 Oklahoma State 36-14 Stillwater
1993 Oklahoma State 27-22 Stillwater

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