There will be a major shakeup in next week’s rankings after Oklahoma State upended No. 10 West Virginia, 37-20, at Boone Pickens Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Led by quarterback Mason Rudolph’s 273 yards passing and three touchdowns, the Cowboys were able to establish a first-half lead and never looked back.
Not only was it a big win for Oklahoma State, it was the 100th career win for head coach Mike Gundy.
— Cowboy Football 🇨🇦🤠 (@CowboyFB) October 29, 2016
West Virginia was unable to get anything going and suffered its first loss of the year.
Oklahoma State returns to action next weekend by hitting the road for a trip to Kansas State. West Virginia, meanwhile, will attempt to rebound at home against the lowly Kansas Jayhawks.
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