Oklahoma State offensive positives? OC Todd Monken points to ball security
The Oklahoma State offense obviously struggled Saturday against Kansas, scoring just 20 points on a day where Joseph Randle and the running came couldn’t get going and J.W. Walsh had problems accurately throwing the ball down the field.
The biggest positive, according to Todd Monken? The Cowboys did a good job taking care of the football, especially in poor weather conditions.
That’s been a trend through the last three games. Since turning the ball over four times against Arizona in Week 2, the Cowboys have not fumbled, while Walsh has thrown two interceptions. Overall, OSU is tied for 37th in the nation with nine turnovers lost this season.
“That’s how you win games,” Monken said. “If you don’t turn it over, you at least have a chance. That’s one thing we’ve been doing — we haven’t fumbled. In three games, we haven’t put it on the deck. For our guys, it’s a heck of a little run. I know it doesn’t seem like much to the outside world, but it’s good for us.”
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