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Game Preview: Kick Time, TV Info, Series History for Oklahoma State and South Alabama

This is the third meeting between the Cowboys and Jaguars.



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The Cowboys close out nonconference play this week against a nonconference team that has been familiar in recent seasons.

Oklahoma State hosts South Alabama at 6 p.m. Saturday. Here are stats and other goodies to get you ready for the game.

Viewing Info

Time: 6 p.m. Saturday
Location: Boone Pickens Stadium
Watch: ESPN+ (Drew Carter and Dustin Fox)

Team Stats

Oklahoma StateSouth Alabama
Points Per Game2726
Points Allowed Per Game1427
Total Offense378.5387
Rushing Offense131161.5
Passing Offense247.5225.5
Total Defense334424
Rushing Defense116.5102
Passing Defense217.5322

Statistical Leaders

OSU — Alan Bowman — 24-for-40 (60%)/193 yards/0 touchdown/0 interceptions
USA — Carter Bradley — 42-for-56 (75%)/448 yards/2 touchdowns/3 interceptions

OSU — Ollie Gordon — 16 carries/97 yards/2 touchdowns
USA — La’Damian Webb — 16 carries/121 yards/2 touchdowns

OSU — De’Zhaun Stribling — 11 catches/138 yards/1 touchdown
USA — Caullin Lacy — 15 catches/199 yards/1 touchdown

OSU — Kendal Daniels — 15 total tackles
USA — James Miller — 12 total tackles

OSU — Nathan Latu and Nickolas Martin — 2 sacks each
USA — Khalil Jacobs and Maurice Strong Jr. — 1 sack each

Series History (OSU Leads 2-0)

2018Oklahoma State55-13Stillwater
2017Oklahoma State44-7Mobile

The Oklahoma State-South Alabama series is fairly new, with OSU winning meetings in 2017 and 2018 ahead of the 2023 edition of the game.

In 2017, Oklahoma State beat the Jaguars 44-7 in Week 2. Mason Rudolph threw for 335 yards and three touchdowns that day. James Washington had only two catches, but he had 98 receiving yards and a touchdown. His catches were 66 yards (TD) and 32 yards. Marcell Ateman caught the other two touchdown passes. Rudolph also ran for a score.

Justin Phillips had a 25-yard interception return for a score, while Matt Ammendola went 3-for-4 on the day in field goals, hitting from 31 yards, 53 yards and 48 yards.

The Cowboys hosted the Jaguars the next season with Taylor Cornelius running the show. OSU won 55-13.

Cornelius threw for 428 yards and a touchdown, and Keondre Wudtee also got in on the action, throwing a 25-yard score. Tylan Wallace and Tyron Johnson each eclipsed 100 receiving yards, with Wallace going for 166 and a touchdown while Johnson had 137 on only five catches.

Justice Hill ran for a pair of scores while Chuba Hubbard and Johnson were also credited with rushing touchdowns.

Like in the first game of the series, an OSU linebacker had an interception return for a touchdown. This time it was Devin Harper returning a pick 24 yards.

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