“We score in a hurry,” OSU defensive coordinator Bill Young said. “That's one of the good things, and that's also one of the bad things. When you're a defensive coach, you'd like to see some of those 10-minute drives, but it's hard to complain when you're scoring touchdowns.”
The same discrepancy in time of possession could take place against Kansas State, which ranks second in the Big 12 in that category (34:23).
Gundy: Elkins steadily improving
Linebacker Alex Elkins came off the edge and made two tackles near the goal line on Baylor's first possession last week, including the stop on fourth down to keep Terrance Ganaway out of the end zone.
Cowboys coach Mike Gundy said Elkins, a junior college transfer, has raised his play from a 5 to a 7 throughout the course of the season.
“He was able to make plays (at the beginning of the season) but wasn't in the right spot as much as he needed to be,” Gundy said. “He's in the right spot more now (and) he's understanding.