STILLWATER, Okla. - On a night where famed Oklahoma State alums Garth Brooks and Barry Sanders were honored, the Cowboys finished the festivities with a 33-17 win over Missouri.
Senior quarterback Zac Robinson was efficient throughout the game, completing 22 passes for 227 yards and a touchdown. But it was a dominant victory in the field position battle and an ineffective Missouri offense that allowed Oklahoma State to prevail.
The Missouri defense had to defend a short field the entire second half, but managed to hold the Cowboys to just three field goals. And despite being dominated for most of the second half, a 60-yard punt return by Jasper Simmons put the Tiger offense inside the OSU 20 with just over five minutes remaining down by only two scores. But any hopes of a Tiger comeback fell to the turf with Derrick Washington as the running back was stopped short of a first down on 4th and 3.
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