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Big lead gives some breathing room
Oklahoma State built a 21-3 first-quarter lead. The Cowboys outgained Indiana 449-230 through three quarters, 513-399 for the game. The Hoosiers clawed within 42-24 midway through the third quarter, but OSU slammed the door with a last-minute touchdown.
•View: This resembled a game against Baylor or an early-season non-conference opponent. The Cowboys started milking the clock early in the fourth quarter after building a 42-17 lead or they easily could have surpassed 50 points.
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•View: The Cowboys did a decent job containing IU's sophomore dual-threat quarterback. They recorded only one sack but several times forced Lewis to hurry throws or throw the ball away.
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