Oklahoma State overcame a second-half rally by West Virginia to win, on the road, in overtime. The win kept Cowboys undefeated (5-0), while the Mountaineers fell to 3-2.
Player of the game
Oklahoma State junior defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah finished the game with eight total tackles, a quarterback sack, and two forced fumbles, including one deep in West Virginia territory in the first quarter that led to the Cowboys first touchdown.
Oklahoma State sophomore quarterback Mason Rudolph completed 20-of-40 passes for 218 yards with three interceptions.
The Cowboys offense generated 363 total yards of offense.
Redshirt senior defensive end Jimmy Bean finished the game with six total tackles and 1.5 quarterback sacks.
West Virginia junior quarterback Skyler Howard completed 18-of-35 passes for 188 yards and a touchdown.
Mountaineers junior running back Wendell Smallwood finished the game with 147 rushing yards on 19 carries and a touchdown.
West Virginia’s defense intercepted three Rudolph passes.
On 4th-and-1 on the West Virginia 2-yard line Oklahoma State senior quarterback J.W. Walsh, who handles short-yardage plays, came in for Rudolph and scored the game-winning 2-yard rushing touchdown.