BY THE NUMBERS
STILLWATER — Oklahoma State is undefeated heading into its bye week. The Cowboys held off Baylor 24-14 late Saturday night inside Boone Pickens Stadium to move to 5-0 on the season, a first for the Cowboys since 2015. Here is a look at the win through the numbers:
37: Carries by OSU running back Jaylen Warren, a career high. Dezmond Jackson rushed 36 times last season against Texas Tech. Warren finished with 128 yards and two touchdowns.
3: Interceptions thrown by OSU quarterback Spencer Sanders, who had not thrown a pick in the past two games. That matched a streak dating back to the first two games of the 2019 season.
108: Receiving yards for OSU star Tay Martin, his third game with 100 or more yards this season.
6: Rushing yards for Baylor in the first half. The Bears were slow out of the gate, rushing for minus-1 yard in the opening quarter. They had just 23 rushing yards until Abram Smith’s 55-yard touchdown run on fourth-and-2 in the third quarter. Baylor finished with 107 rushing yards.
3-15: Third-down conversions for Baylor against the Cowboys’ defense, which did not allow a first down on that down until the third quarter.
0: Points scored by OSU in the third quarter, a streak of five straight games to open the season without a tally on the scoreboard in the third.