Oklahoma State’s second-quarter flurry shows the Cowboys’ offense is still prolific
OSU 61, LOUSIANA-LAFAYETTE 34 — Everything worked for the Oklahoma State during one prolific spurt. Brandon Weeden says the Cowboys “need four quarters of that.”
STILLWATER—The performance by the Oklahoma State offense Saturday night against Louisiana-Lafayette was not flawless.But a stretch at the beginning of the second quarter showed that the Cowboys’ quick-strike attack is still alive under new offensive coordinator Todd Monken.
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