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Oklahoma State football: Cowboys able to limit Horned Frogs offense to one touchdown

by Jenni Carlson Published: October 27, 2012
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Here is a look at Oklahoma State's 36-14 win over TCU by the numbers:

1: Touchdown allowed by the Oklahoma State defense. Over the past two games, the Cowboys have allowed only two offensive touchdowns.


5: Field goals by OSU kicker Quinn Sharp, tying the school for field goals in a game. Larry Roach had five against Missouri in 1982.

7:29: Mark in the third quarter when OSU scored its first touchdown against TCU. It was the latest point in a game for OSU to score a touchdown since the 2010 Cotton Bowl.

8: Red-zone opportunities for the Cowboys.

8: Red-zone scores for OSU, five field goals and three touchdowns.

10: Consecutive empty drives for the TCU offense. The OSU defense forced five punts, picked off two passes and recovered one fumble. TCU also missed two field goals.

32: Carries by Joe Randle, a career high. The Cowboy tailback had 126 yards rushing.

37: Total touches by Randle, who also had five catches for 37 yards. He handled the ball on more than half of OSU's 73 total offensive plays.