Oklahoma State football notebook: Cowboys hand Mack Brown his biggest home loss

BY CARTER STRICKLAND, For The Oklahoman Published: November 16, 2013

Glidden's first adventure came on the first punt return of the game as he allowed the ball to come into his upper chest and bounce right off it. The ball bounded out of bounds before Texas could grab it. In the third with the Cowboys up 18, Glidden muffed a punt inside the OSU 20. This time he was able to cover his error.

Charlie Moore was inserted to return punts in the fourth quarter.

Stewart injured his ankle against Kansas last week.  The injury appeared to be of the week-to-week variety.

RECEIVING PRAISE

Texas coach Mack Brown was asked if OSU's receivers were the best he had ever seen. Brown was not quite ready to go that far with his hyperbole.

“Oh, I don't know,” he said. “I'm not into analyzing that tonight. They looked pretty good. We knew Tracy Moore was a good player. He's been a good player for a long time and he'll be a high draft choice.”

Moore had just two catches against the Longhorns for 23 yards. Charlie Moore did most of the damage with six catches for 83 yards and a touchdown.

TEXAS THREE STEP

With the win Oklahoma State has now beaten Texas in Austin three straight times. The Cowboys are the first opponent to win three straight in Austin since Colorado did it in 1990, 1994 and 1997. Oklahoma State, Colorado and Texas A&M are now the only three teams to beat Texas in Austin three straight times.

In addition to winning three straight in Austin, OSU is now 12-1 in its last 13 games in the state of Texas.

GILBERT INJURED

Senior cornerback Justin Gilbert injured his left shoulder making his second interception. Gundy refused to discuss the injury. Gilbert said it was just a shoulder injury. He did not appear to have a sling of any sort after the game. Gilbert also said he would be ready to play against Baylor.

NEWS AND NOTES

OSU is 9-1 for the third time in the last four seasons … OSU has now won six straight Big 12 games. It's only the second time in school history OSU has won six straight conference games … OSU is 8-3 in its last 11 against ranked opponents … The Cowboys have forced at least one turnover in the last 18 games.



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