OSU football: A look at the Cowboys' 27-13 win over West Virginia by the numbers
Oklahoma State beat West Virginia 27-13 on Saturday, moving to 2-0 on the season. Here are some key numbers from the game:
6: OSU has now beaten West Virginia six straight times. The teams have played for nine straight years.
3,028: With a 3-yard run in the third quarter, Chuba Hubbard crossed the 3,000-yard career rushing mark. He finished the day with 101 yards.
5: Five straight field goals to open the second by kicker Alex Hale. He made two Saturday, including a 40-yarder and a 44-yarder.
11: Tackles for loss by a Cowboys defense that pounded West Virginia quarterback Jarret Doege. The Cowboys also had five sacks and nine quarterback hurries.
68: The total rushing yards the Mountaineers had against the Cowboys defense. The Mountaineers lost 63 yards on the ground.
Jacob Unruh, Staff writer
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