AMES, Iowa —
The rushing attack was needed on Saturday, too, with windy and chilly conditions making it difficult to do much through the air.
The Oklahoma State offense didn’t see much improvement in its pass attack with Clint Chelf getting his first starting nod since the season opener, when he was replaced by J.W. Walsh after just two drives. Chelf, who was not made available to the media, went 10 of 26 for 78 yards with one touchdown and an interception, which came in the red zone. However, he did have nine carries for 85 yards rushing.