Monday nuggets: Notes and tidbits on Oklahoma State-Arizona game
Are we sure Arizona isn’t actually one of the new members of the Big 12?
This is the third time the Cowboys have faced the Wildcats in less than two years, dating back to the 2010 Alamo Bowl.
Here are some nuggets as we head into this game. (Shout out to the OSU media relations department for these)
OSU’s 13-2 road record since 2009 is tied for fourth in the nation with Alabama and Oregon.
This is OSU’s first visit to Tucson since 1942.
There are for Cowboy starters remaining from that 2010 Alamo Bowl matchup–OL Jonathan Rush, OL Lane Taylor, CB Brodrick Brown and LB Shaun Lewis
Joseph Randle has been a dangerous receiving threat against the Wildcats. He has 11 catches for 127 receiving yards, including 99 yards in last season’s game.
With two rushing touchdowns on Saturday, Randle moved into sixth all-time in OSU history with 28. Up next in the record books is Tatum Bell, who tallied 34 in his career.
With his 61-yard kickoff return to start the second half, Justin Gilbert now ranks second in OSU history with 1,462 kick return yards. Perrish Cox holds the record with 2,804 yards.
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