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The Seven Best Stats From the Oklahoma State-Kansas State Game



Oklahoma State moved to 5-0 with a thrilling win over the Snydercats in Stillwater on Saturday. Here are some crazy numbers from OSU’s seventh straight W.

5-0 for the 11th time

OSU football has been around for 114 years. This is just the 11th time (and fourth under Mike Gundy) that OSU has started 5-0.

437 yards

Mason Rudolph set the sophomore passing record for most yards in a game. It’s the most since Brandon Weeden threw for 476 in Ames in 2011 and it’s the fourth-most ever. Only Weeden has ever thrown for more (three times).

Those two are also the only Cowboys who have ever thrown for 400 yards or more in multiple games.

49 straight with the halftime lead

Kansas State had won … 49 straight games when leading at the half. No mas.

No. 38 is No. 2

Guess who ranks second all-time in QB hurries at OSU. Yeah, that would be Emmanuel Ogbah. His sacks and TFLs are big time, but there’s no current defensive statistic that adequately measures his importance to this team.

He was unbelievable in the midst of double and triple teams again on Saturday

Career marks in receptions

David Glidden (eight), James Washington (seven) and Marcell Ateman (six) all set career highs in receptions in a single game. Glidden has never had eight before?

Two WRs with 100 yards

For the first time since 2012, and just the 12th time ever, OSU had two WRs go over 100 yards in the same game. Ateman had six for 101 and Washington had seven for 100.

Mason Rudolph on third downs

This is just too much. How can you be this perfect on third down?

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