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10 Stats from Oklahoma State’s 47-7 Win against Kansas

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The Cowboys made quick work of Kansas on Saturday, and a lot of gaudy stats came with that.

Here are 10 stats to know from Oklahoma State’s 47-7 victory against the Jayhawks.

11: Oklahoma State has now won 11 straight games against Kansas. The streak started in 2008 and has spanned six KU head coaches.

4th: The 193 yards OSU allowed KU is the fourth lowest an OSU defense has allowed an opponent in the Mike Gundy era.

27: The Cowboys have held their first three opponents to 27 total points. It’s the fewest total points OSU has given up in a three-game stretch since 2006 when Missouri State, Arkansas State and Florida Atlantic combined for 25 points.

593: The Cowboys’ 593 yards of total offense is more than OSU had in a game in all of last season. It’s the most the Pokes have had since the 604 yards they had against West Virginia in 2018.

9th: Chuba Hubbard passed Joseph Randle for ninth on OSU’s career rushing list. Hubbard had 145 yards against KU and now has 3,173 rushing yards in his career.

5th: Tylan Wallace passed D’Juan Woods for fifth on OSU’s career receiving list. Wallace had 148 yards against the Jayhawks and now has 2,837 receiving yards in this career.

12: This is the 12th time Tylan Wallace has had 100 receiving yards in a game.

17: Chuba Hubbard has rushed for at least 100 yards in 17 of his past 20 games.

70: The Cowboys have won 70 straight games when holding opponents to fewer than 20 points. It’s the longest streak in the FBS.

11: This is the 11th time in the Mike Gundy era that OSU has started a season 3-0.

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