OSU-Missouri Game Stats
Columbia, Mo. -- Brandon Weeden threw three first-half touchdowns as No. 4 Oklahoma State continued its impressive start with a 45-24 victory over host Missouri Saturday.
Joseph Randle added 138 yards on 14 carries and three TD for the Cowboys (7-0, 4-0 Big 12), who also started 7-0 in 2008 and 1945. With the win, Oklahoma State keeps alive what could be a winner-take-all slugfest with Oklahoma Dec. 3 for a trip to the national title game on the line.
Missouri, which entered on a 10-game home winning streak, couldn’t slow down the vaunted Oklahoma State offense. Weeden threw for 338 yards and the Cowboys piled up 533 yards. They entered leading the conference in scoring (49.2) and total offense (551.2), ranking among the top-5 in the nation both categories
Weeden throws for three scores, Randle runs for three as Oklahoma State rolls