Still, Oklahoma State racked up 274 yards passing with senior Tracy Moore and seldom-used sophomore David Glidden hauling in six catches each.
“I think our guys did a great job stepping in for him. If one guy goes down, one guy has got to step up, and that’s college football,” offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich said. “Injuries are going to happen, and it’s about how you respond to that. Adversity brings some opportunity.”
Moore was quarterback Clint Chelf’s top target in the red zone. Moore finished with 77 yards and two touchdown passes. Chelf, who Gundy has made off limits to the media for the remainder of the season, had another touchdown toss to Roland and finished with 265 yards passing on 19 of 37 passing — and most importantly, no interceptions.
Jason Elmquist is the sports editor for the Stillwater NewsPress.
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