The start was the sloppiest I’ve seen in years, but the end product — a 50-39 win over No. 22 West Virginia in rainy Morgantown — was all that really mattered on Saturday.
Outside of a combined 9 (!!) turnovers by both teams, it was a mostly Oklahoma State-controlled game on both sides of the ball. The coming out party for true freshman running back J.D. King was the storyline