The Cowboys are coming off a 24-10 win over No. 21
Georgia last weekend. A lackluster opening half saw
OklahomaState fall behind early, but the Cowboys rallied as Zac Robinson connected with Dez Bryant for a pair of touchdown passes and Robinson also scored on a quarterback sneak to get
OklahomaState the victory. Robinson finished with 135 yards through the air on 11-of-12 passing. Despite the win, the Cowboys had just 307 yards of offense, its lowest total since last in the 2007 season.
The Cougars were one of just five teams in the Football Championship Subdivision to average more yards per game than the Cowboys last season.
Houston tallied 538 yard of offense last week in its 55-7 win over
NorthwesternState. Quarterback Case Keenum threw for 359 yards on 23-of-30 passing with four touchdowns while running back Charles Sims caught six passes for 128 yards with a touchdown. The Cougars hope to limit the Cowboys to fewer yards than it did last season, as Oklahoma State racked up 699 yards in a 56-37 win over Houston.
Oddsmakers from online sports book BetOnline have made
OklahomaState 15-point home favorites over
Houston on Saturday afternoon. The over/under total for this game has been established at 67.
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