Texas Tech Vs. Oklahoma State Score Update: Cowboys Rush Out To 35-0 Lead Over Red Raiders

Things are already getting out of hand in Lubbock, as the Oklahoma State Cowboys have put up five touchdowns in the first 16 minutes of action as they lead the Red Raiders 35-0.

Oklahoma State's lethal combination of Brandon Weeden to Justin Blackmon connected early, as the 2010 Biletnikoff Award winner scored from two yards out to give the Cowboys a quick 7-0 lead. Weeden also connected with Josh Stewart and Isaiah Anderson in the quarter for a total of three touchdown passes on 16-18 passing and 188 yards.

Joseph Randle also scored on a two-yard run, as the rushing attack didn't want to be left out in such a high scoring first quarter.

Texas Tech has been unable to sustain drives, and has had no answer for the Cowboys' gunslinging offense. To make matters worse, to start the second quarter a fumbled (and bumbled) kickoff return resulted in a scoop and score to put Oklahoma State up by five touchdowns.

Makes you wonder how this Red Raiders team gave the Oklahoma Sooners a 41-38 lost last month...its the reason why you play the games.

For in-depth analysis on Texas Tech, check out Double T Nation, and for the latest news and notes on Oklahoma State, head on over to Cowboys Ride For Free.

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