After a dominant performance defensively against Mississippi State, the Cowboys allowed more yards and points to UTSA.
A bulk of the damage came in the second half, when OSU substituted freely, pulling its starters from the game early in the third quarter.
“We gave up some things we didn't want to do, but that's just part of putting in some of the younger guys,” said defensive end Tyler Johnson. “You have to know there's the possibility that might happen.
“Overall as a defense, we have done a lot of good things. And the things we didn't do well, we just have to correct them.”
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