The Oklahoma State Cowboys lead 10-0 over the Oklahoma Sooners after one quarter. The Cowboys have moved the ball with ease, piling up 168 yards to the Sooner’s 97. The biggest disparity is on the ground, where OSU has carried ten times for 53 yards, while OU’s rushing attack has garnerd just 13.
Oklahoma State put together a long touchdown drive early in the quarter, capped by a nine-yard scoring run by Jeremy Smith. Oklahoma countered with their own long drive, only to have Landry Jones’ throw into the end zone picked off. The Cowboys drove from their one yard line down to the Oklahoma eight but had to settle for a Quinn Sharp field goal.