Connect with us


Game Preview: Kick Time, TV Info, Series History for Oklahoma State and West Virginia

Stats and info to get you ready for kickoff.



[Devin Wilber/PFB]

The Cowboys haven’t been on the road since Sept. 23, but they hit the country roads this week.

Oklahoma State travels to Morgantown for a game against West Virginia on Saturday. Here are stats and other info to get you ready for kickoff.

Viewing Info

Time: 2:30 p.m. Saturday
Location: Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown, West Virginia
Watch: ESPN (Mike Monaco, Robert Griffin III and Kris Budden)

Team Stats

Oklahoma StateWest Virginia
Points Per Game26.028.5
Points Allowed Per Game24.722.7
Total Offense390.0380.3
Rushing Offense146.5185.5
Passing Offense243.5194.8
Total Defense392.8345.0
Rushing Defense143.3119.0
Passing Defense249.5226.0

Statistical Leaders

OSU — Alan Bowman — 100-for-176 (57%)/1,084 yards/4 touchdowns/3 interceptions
WVU — Garrett Greene — 56-for-106 (53%)/935 yards/6 touchdowns/1 interception

OSU — Ollie Gordon — 87 carries/534 yards/4 touchdowns
WVU — CJ Donaldson — 103 carries/414 yards/5 touchdowns

OSU — Jaden Bray — 23 catches/296 yards/0 touchdowns
WVU — Hudson Clement — 12 catches/298 yards/4 touchdowns

OSU — Nickolas Martin — 54 total tackles
WVU — Lee Kpogba — 46 total tackles

OSU — Nickolas Martin — 4 sacks
WVU — Tomiwa Durojaiye — 3 sacks

Series History (OSU Leads 9-5)

2022West Virginia24-19Stillwater
2021Oklahoma State24-3Morgantown
2020Oklahoma State27-13Stillwater
2019Oklahoma State20-13Morgantown
2018Oklahoma State45-41Stillwater
2017Oklahoma State50-39Morgantown
2016Oklahoma State37-20Stillwater
2015Oklahoma State33-26 (OT)Morgantown
2014West Virginia34-10Stillwater
2013West Virginia30-21Morgantown

The Mountaineers’ win in Boone Pickens Stadium last season was WVU’s first win against the Pokes since 2014. West Virginia hasn’t beaten OSU in Morgantown since 2013.

In a downpour last season, Ollie Gordon ran for 136 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries — the best game of his true freshman season. But WVU’s Jaylen Anderson played even better, running 15 times for 155 yards and a pair of scores.

Garret Rangel started at quarterback for the Pokes that rain-filled day, throwing 42 times (WVU threw just 23 attempts). Rangel was also sacked four times.

The Cowboys’ elite 2021 defense put on a show in OSU’s last trip to Morgantown. OSU won that game 24-3 as the OSU defense sacked WVU quarterbacks eight times.

Tay Martin caught a pair of touchdown passes that day on red zone fade routes. Jaylen Warren scored the other touchdown with a 13-yard run.

Big 12 Standings

TeamBig 12 RecordOverall
Iowa State3-14-3
Oklahoma State2-14-2
Kansas State2-14-2
West Virginia2-14-2
Texas Tech2-23-4

Most Read