Dillion Stoner was on fire today. And it helped to propel the Cowboys to a 42-3 in Waco to go 7-3 in the regular season.
Stoner would have 8 receptions for 247 yards and three touchdowns. With Tylan Wallace out, Stoner was moved to the outside and he made the most of it. On the rushing side of the offense, Dominic Richardson got 23 carries for 106 yards and three touchdowns. Including this one where he was an absolute bulldozer.
The Baylor defense did manage to get two interceptions from quarterback Spencer Sanders however they didn’t get anything out of them. Christan Morgan snagged the first on and Ezekial Brown came in with the second.
Despite that, Spencer Sanders went 20-for-30 passing for 347 yards.
OSU lead that battle 347 to 86. Baylor had just 70 rushing yards when OSU had 261. The Baylor offense had just 12 first downs. That’s less than half of Oklahoma State’s 27.
The defense put on a show of their own. Kolby Harvell-Peel lead the team with 6 tackles and a sack of Charlie Brewer. Brock Martin, Calvin Bundage, and Trace Ford would all have sacks of their own. However, Trace Ford would exit the game with an apparent leg injury.
This win puts OSU in a spot to take one of the top bowl games that the Big 12 goes to (that isn’t a new year’s six).