Mason Rudolph has solidified his place in Oklahoma State football history.
During Friday night’s shellacking of South Alabama at Ladd-Peebles Stadium, the Cowboys star quarterback earned his spot in the record books by becoming Oklahoma State’s all-time leading passer.
Rudolph set the new mark in the very first half of the Cowboys’ 44-7 win.
It was a 15-yard pass to Chris Lacy with around one minute remaining in the half that vaulted Rudolph ahead of former Oklahoma State star Brandon Weeden for the top spot.
Here’s the pass that gave Rudolph the record:
Along with his passing record, Rudolph sits at No. 4 on the program’s all-time career passing touchdowns list.
The senior signal-caller, who has been a starter for three years, Finished the game with 335 yards and three touchdowns through the air. Rudolph added another score with his feet.
Congratulations to Rudolph for being the new Oklahoma State passing king.
Mason Rudolph needed 244 yards tonight to become #OKState’s all-time leading passer — he has 248 before halftime.
— Cowboy Football (@CowboyFB) September 9, 2017
Rudolph and the Cowboys return to action on Saturday, Sept. 16 on the road against Pitt. Kickoff is set for 12:00 p.m. ET on ESPN2 and ABC.
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