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OSU football: Cowboys' 42-3 win at Baylor by the numbers

Oklahoma State dominated all sides of the ball Saturday, routing Baylor 42-3 on its home turf. Here are some of the key number from the Cowboy's performance:

3: Touchdowns freshman RB Dominic Richardson scored on the ground Saturday. He also finished with a career high 169 rushing yards.

5: The average number of points the Oklahoma State defense has allowed in first quarters this season. They've held four teams scoreless in the opening quarter, including Baylor on Saturday.

7.9: The average yards per play for Oklahoma State, more than tripling Baylor's average of 2.4.

24: Cowboys who finished with a tackle. Linebacker Malcolm Rodriguez led the way with eight.

70: Total rushing yards the Cowboys held Baylor to on Saturday. Between six rushers, the highest total was just 33 yards.

247: Receiving yards senior WR Dillon Stoner finished with on Saturday, good for third most in Oklahoma State history for a single game. He also finished with three touchdowns.

347: Passing yards Oklahoma State QB Spencer Sanders threw for against the Bears. It was his second highest total on the season.

608: Yards of total offense for the Cowboys. They outgained Baylor by 452 yards.

Derek Parker, Staff writer

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<strong>Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy argues with the referee in the first half Saturday at Baylor. [Jerry Larson/Waco Tribune-Herald via AP]</strong>

Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy argues with the referee in the first half Saturday at Baylor. [Jerry Larson/Waco Tribune-Herald via AP]

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