The Cowboys can take another step toward the Big 12 championship game with a win in Ames this weekend.
Oklahoma State and Iowa State will meet for the 56th time Saturday. Here is some info about the upcoming contest.
Time: 2:30 p.m. Saturday
Location: Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa
Watch: FOX (Aaron Goldsmith and Brock Huard)
|Oklahoma State||Iowa State|
|Points Per Game||26.5||33.7|
|Points Allowed Per Game||19.5||16.3|
OSU — Spencer Sanders — 75-for-128 (59%)/959 yards/6 touchdowns/5 interceptions
Iowa State — Brock Purdy — 116-for-157 (74%)/1,341 yards/9 touchdowns/4 interceptions
OSU — Jaylen Warren — 148 carries/705 yards/6 touchdowns
Iowa State — Breece Hall — 134 carries/748 yards/10 touchdowns
OSU — Tay Martin — 27 catches/365 yards/2 touchdowns
Iowa State — Xavier Hutchinson — 34 catches/414 yards/3 touchdowns
OSU — Malcolm Rodriguez — 59 total tackles/32 solo tackles/5.5 tackles for loss
Iowa State — Mike Rose — 43 total tackles/19 solo tackles/1 tackle for loss
OSU — Collin Oliver — 3.5 sacks
Iowa State — Will McDonald — 5.5 sacks
As Kyle Boone pointed out Thursday, the Cowboys hold a 33-19-3 record against the Cyclones since the programs first met in 1926.
Mike Gundy’s Cowboys played Iowa State in his first season at the helm in Stillwater. The Pokes lost that game 37-10 after Al Pena threw for 203 yards, no touchdowns and four interceptions. Gundy’s first win against ISU came in the teams’ next meeting, in 2008. That 59-17 OSU victory saw Dez Bryant catch nine passes for 171 yards and four touchdowns. Zac Robinson threw for 395 yards and five touchdowns. Gundy is 10-3 against the Cyclones as a coach.
Here are how the teams’ past 10 meetings have played out.
|2011||Iowa State||37-31 (2OT)||Ames|
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