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Oklahoma State's Rudolph shows National Football League form in rout of Pitt

17 September 2017

The Cowboys can wrap up a ideal nonconference schedule with a victory in their first trip to Pittsburgh, though the Panthers will be a step up in class from Tulsa and South Alabama.

Mason Rudolph threw five touchdown passes, all in the first half, and No. 9 Oklahoma State drilled Pittsburgh 59-21 on Saturday.

After just a few minutes, it became apparent that Pitt was no match for Oklahoma State's ridiculous offense. Washington lit up the Panthers in Stillwater.

Oklahoma State has a lot more to play for the season, and they won't want to risk injury in a game that doesn't count for much to begin with.

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The pass was delivered on time and likely would have gone for his sixth touchdown of the game had Pitt senior cornerback Avonte Maddox, a team captain, not dropped off Washington to essentially double McCleskey. After the Oklahoma State defense scored on an interception return to make the score 56-14, Rudolph was removed from the game to give backup Taylor Cornelius reps. The 305-pound Osborne already has three tackles for loss and a sack in limited action through two weeks. As ESPN's Jake Trotter pointed out early in the third quarter, the Cowboys set a school record for 100-yard receivers in a single game. Running back Justice Hill added two scores and finished with 91 yards on 11 carries.

The Cowboys are looking for their eighth 3-0 start under head coach Mike Gundy.

On Saturday afternoon, Oklahoma State traveled to Heinz Field to take on the Pitt Panthers in a matchup of non-conference opponents. His final throw of the day was actually an interception on a deep ball to the end zone with 10:49 left in the quarter - ending a streak of 216 consecutive passes without a pick dating from last season, according to the Associated Press. The Panthers are averaging 36:25 time of possession, sixth-highest in FBS.

Taming the Panthers is nothing new for Rudolph, who tossed a career-high 540 yards and two scores in a 45-38 win over Pitt in Stillwater nearly exactly one year ago.

Oklahoma State's Rudolph shows National Football League form in rout of Pitt