With five turnovers including four interceptions, WVU loses to No. 11 OK State 50-39

By Local News | October 28, 2017

Mason Rudolph tossed three touchdowns and backup J.D. King ran for 142 yards, but for the second straight week it was No. 11 Oklahoma State’s ballhawking defense that deserved the game ball.

The Cowboys forced five turnovers during a 50-39 win over No. 22 West Virginia on a rainy Saturday to remain in the thick of the conference race.

Oklahoma State (7-1, 3-1 Big 12) beat the Mountaineers (5-3, 2-2) for the third straight season by frustrating FBS touchdown-pass leader Will Grier into four interceptions, one fewer than the West Virginia quarterback’s season total.

“The secondary played really good,” Gundy said. “I felt this was the best throwing quarterback that we have faced up to the point. It was turnover after turnover after turnover.”

CLICK HERE to read the rest of the story by Allan Taylor.  Photos by Ben Queen.

 
 
 
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