STILLWATER — If you took a potty break early during the first half of Oklahoma State’s impressive 44-21 victory over No. 17 Boise State on Saturday, you probably didn’t miss much.
For two programs as historically (and recently) reliant on offense, it was the one element surprisingly hard to come by early on. The first quarter ended 0-0. Instead, defense and special teams dictated the outcome, and the Cowboys brought