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Dawg Review: OSU Cowboys get revenge against KSU Wildcats

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Photo Credit: Nick Friesen CFD

OSU Cowboys has enough offense and plenty of defense to defeat KSU Wildcats 29-21 in Stillwater to get revenge for the 48-0 beatdown at Kansas State last year.

Game Summary:

Oklahoma State came into this game struggling on offense but that was not the case tonight. Getting 412 yards of total offense compared to Kansas State's 372. The Oklahoma State defense stepped up big tonight forcing Will Howard into throwing 3 interceptions which ended up being the difference in this game.

Turning Point:

It was the second quarter right before halftime and Kansas State was attempting to drive down the field to get some points to shrink Oklahoma State's halftime lead or take the lead. Cameron Epps and the Oklahoma State defense had something else in mind. A 35-yard pick-six gave Oklahoma State a 20-7 halftime lead and K-State just could not recover from this turn of events.

Game MVP - OSU Cowboys

Cameron Epps with two interceptions in this game one of which led to his first career touchdown. He also had two pass deflections as well and five tackles.

What is Next?

Kansas State travels to Lubbock Texas to face Texas Tech on October 14th.

Oklahoma State welcomes Kansas to Stillwater Oklahoma on October 14th.


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