The Oklahoma State Cowboys piled onto the recent woes of the West Virginia Mountaineers with a 21-point drubbing that highlighted the issues Dana Holgorsen’s team has had this season. Despite the bad fortune of the Mountaineers, there were some major winners that came out of this game.
Of course, there were losers as well. From the West Virginia defense and special teams to Dana Holgorsen himself, this Mountaineer program has many issues to fix if it wants to salvage any part of the 2012 season.
The Cowboys came out smelling pretty good, especially considering that they were required to start their third-string quarterback, Clint Chelf. Sophomore receiver Josh Stewart was a major part of the Cowboy effort, giving Chelf a security blanket that could be counted on.
This was a major Big 12 matchup. It may not have been as close as many expected, but no one could say it was not entertaining.