The Tulsa Golden Hurricane and Oklahoma State Cowboys meet up in Week 2 at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Kickoff is set for 12:00 p.m. ET and the game will air on FS1. Both programs struggled against FCS opponents in Week 1 and while Oklahoma State survived, Tulsa opened their season with a loss.
Oklahoma State vs. Tulsa NCAA Football Week 2
- When: Saturday, September 11 | Time: 12 p.m. ET
- Where: Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater, Oklahoma
- TV: Fox Sports 1
How to Watch: Click here for the live stream
Tulsa vs. Oklahoma State: Need to know
The Oklahoma State Cowboys have the advantage of remaining at home one more week and will invite the Tulsa Golden Hurricane around early afternoon ET Sept. 11 at Boone Pickens Stadium. Oklahoma State acquired a 16-7 success in their latest matchup against Tulsa in September of last year.
The Cowboys beat the Missouri State Bears 23-16 last week. The group gathered 20 focuses in the primary half and drifted on those for the triumph. Nobody had a champion game unpalatably for Oklahoma State, however they got scores from RB LD Brown, RB Jaylen Warren, and WR Langston Anderson.
Oklahoma State’s protection was a presence, as it moved beyond MSU’s hostile line to sack QB Jason Shelley multiple times for a complete deficiency of 41 yards. Driving the way was LB Devin Harper and his two sacks. Those were the primary sacks for Harper.
In the mean time, it was all tied up 10-10 at halftime, however the Golden Hurricane were not exactly the UC Davis Aggies’ equivalent in the second half when they met last Thursday. It was almost, but not quite for Tulsa as they fell 19-17 to the Aggies. This was not really the outcome Tulsa or its fans were wagering on, as they were supported by 22 over UC Davis heading into this challenge. Tulsa’s misfortune occurred regardless of a quality game from RB Deneric Prince, who scrambled for one TD and 151 yards on 14 conveys. That score – a 59-yard surge in the second from last quarter – was one of the features of the game.
Oklahoma State’s success lifted them to 1-0 while Tulsa’s loss dropped them down to 0-1. Surrendering four turnovers, the Golden Hurricane experienced issues clutching the ball. We’ll check whether Oklahoma State can take advantage of that weakness.
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