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Cowboys Trail 7-3 After Q1 in Big 12 Title Game

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Oklahoma State competed against Baylor for their first Big 12 crown since 2011. Before the game even started, OSU had a slight edge. Baylor’s new QB student Blake Shapen started in place of Gerry Bohannon, who was nursing a hamstring injury.

Shapen looked strong in the opening, but Malcolm Rodriguez forced Tresten Ebner to fumble and was reinstated by Tyler Lacy. OSU took their first chance of the morning.

The state of Oklahoma wasted no time turning it on. The Cowboys converted three different third downs en route to a 23-yard Tanner Brown goal. Dominic Richardson, Tay Martin and Jaden Bray are all in the third and deep plays. The Cowboys lead 3-0.

The OSU defense once again showed their dominance as they were forced to equalize three goals and were blocked by Malcolm Rodriguez’s tackle for the third goal.

Unable to stop it, OSU brought it back. Spencer Sanders hit a pass too high and was caught by JT Woods. He brought it deep into Cowboy territory at the 11-yard line. Three innings later, Blake Shapen hit Ben Sims in an action play from close to six feet to give Baylor a 7-3 lead. Shapen hasn’t been fazed by the 6-6.59 yards so far.

Spencer Sanders couldn’t reach his strength on the next round, under pressure Sanders made a pass in one round and he was blocked a second time, this time by Matt Jones.

With Baylor in OSU territory, Tre Sterling pinned a sack to Shapen. However, Shapen converted a third down on a 20-yard pass. He finished the first half 7-7 at 80 yards. The Cowboys lead 7-3.

https://kfor.com/sports/oklahoma-state-looks-for-1st-big-12-title-since-2011/ Cowboys Trail 7-3 After Q1 in Big 12 Title Game

JACLYN DIAZ

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