Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 20 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Oklahoma State Cowboys
Nathan Peterson. Peterson's 19-yard return put the pokes up 41-23 with just 3 minutes remaining.
6.5. Savage had 5 games with 100 or more rushing yards, coming against Nebraska, Texas A&M, Baylor, Texas Tech, and Alabama.
L 21-27. Oklahoma State had a chance to win the game at the end, but the ball just went past the extended arms of D'Juan Woods in the end zone.
John Johnson. Johnson had 3 receiving touchdowns and 1 rushing touchdown as Oklahoma State's fullback.
L 33-34 to Texas A&M. They lost on a blocked extra point in overtime.
Donavon Woods. Donavon Woods was their starting quarterback in 2004.
3. Dantrell Savage, Keith Toston, and Mike Hamilton all had over 500 yards with Bobby Reid right behind them with 466.
Adarius Bowman. Adaruius Bowman had 12 touchdowns including 4 in a 300-yard performance in a victory over Kansas.
Bobby Reid. Bobby Reid had 2264 while Zac Robinson was in second with 345.
He is deaf. He was a junior cornerback for the Cowboys who was born without any eardrums.
7. The entire defensive line were seniors along with 2 offensive linemen and a wide receiver.
Freshman. There were 38 freshman, 29 sophomores, 27 juniors, and only 17 seniors.
8.9. The kick made Oklahoma State's all-time bowl record 11-6.
1988. Barry Sanders won the Heisman, Walter Camp Award, and the Maxwell Award in 1988.
24 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. 5 of his touchdowns came in a 411-yard performance against Kansas, in which 4 of his touchdown tosses were to Adarius Bowman.
Mike Gundy. In Gundy's second year, he led the Pokes to a record of 7-6.
35.3. The Cowboys had the eighth highest scoring offense in the nation.