OSU by the numbers
4: Touchdowns by OSU running back Joseph Randle, the first four-touchdown game for a Cowboy since Justin Blackmon and Kendall Hunter scored four each against Washington State in the 2010 opener.
4: Three-and-outs for OSU defense before halftime, a season high in the first half.
4: Turnovers forced by the Cowboy defense, three interceptions and one fumble recovery.
7: Drops by the Cowboy receivers in the first half.
8: Incompletions by Cowboy quarterback Brandon Weeden in the first half.
10: Home games won in a row by Missouri, a streak snapped by OSU on Saturday.
194: Pass attempts by Weeden without an interception, a streak broken by his third-quarter interception Saturday.