BY THE NUMBERS
Here is a look at Oklahoma State’s 59-21 win over Pitt by the numbers:
OSU receivers with at least 100 yards – Jalen McCleskey 162, James Washington 124, Marcel Ateman 109, Dillon Stoner 100. Not since 2005 (Texas Tech vs. Kansas State) had a Division I-A team accomplished the feat.
Mason Rudolph completions of at least 40 yards – touchdown passes of 54 yards to Dillon Stoner, 69 yards to Marcel Ateman and 40 and 45 yards to Jalen McCleskey. Rudolph now has nine completions this season of at least 40 yards.
Wins for OSU in its last 13 true road games.
Plays that produced double-digit gains for OSU, not counting a pass interference penalty against Pitt.
Points for OSU this season, the best three-game start for the Cowboys since 2012, when OSU scored 187 points in its first three games.
Consecutive passes without an interception for Mason Rudolph, a school record, until Avonte Maddox’s pick for Pitt in the third quarter. Brandon Weeden had the previous record of 194 set in 2011. Rudolph’s streak was the longest active streak in the nation.
Total yards for OSU in the first half, breaking the school record for a half. The previous record was 450 in the first half vs. Louisiana-Lafayette in 2012.
Passing yards for Mason Rudolph in two first halves against Pitt. Rudolph had 372 passing yards against the Panthers in the first half last season, then 423 passing yards in the first half Saturday, a school record for a half. The Big 12 record for passing yards in a half is 438, set by Baylor’s Seth Russell against Northwestern State of Louisiana in 2014.
Passing yards for Rudolph in seven quarters against Pitt. Rudolph threw for 540 yards against the Panthers last season.