Oklahoma State football: What they're saying about the Cowboys' 59-3 win over Lamar

by Jacob Unruh Published: September 14, 2013
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Oklahoma State rolled to an easy 59-3 victory against FCS opponent Lamar on Saturday to remain perfect to start the season.


Here is what some of the players and coaches from both Lamar and Oklahoma State had to say about the game:

* Lamar coach Ray Woodard on the strength of Oklahoma State: “Well, this is not just a Big 12 team. It's a very good Big 12 team. It's as good of an offense as I've seen in the country this year. We're going to be a better team after coming in here to play. We were overmatched tonight. They were the better team. Hats off the them.”

* OSU safety Daytawion Lowe on creating momentum going into conference play: “It's always good to come out and dominate before conference play because it gives us confidence. It lets a bunch of guys get some experience under their belt because we may need them in conference play. It's really a confidence booster.”

* OSU quarterback J.W. Walsh on what worked so well for the offense: “We had good tempo going. The guys up front were blocking real hard, and the running backs were running really hard. We were able to wear them down up front. Early on we were in a rhythm and on the same page. That really got us going.”

* OSU coach Mike Gundy on the opportunity for backups to play: “Fortunately, we're far enough along as a program that we take control of these games early, and it gives us a chance to work some other guys. If we had to punt again, we would've let Michael (Reichenstein) punt. I think as a coaching staff, it's important that we work through those situations. That's what we did tonight.”


by Jacob Unruh
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Jacob Unruh is a graduate of Northeastern State University. He was born in Cherokee and raised near Vera where he attended Caney Valley High School.During his tenure at NSU, Unruh wrote for The Northeastern (NSU's student newspaper), the...
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