STILLWATER — Coming off an impressive win over Oregon State, Oklahoma State opened its home schedule Saturday with a cakewalk against Football Championship Subdivision opponent McNeese State.
Redshirt fresman quarterback Spencer Sanders picked up where he left off last Friday at Oregon State, throwing for 250 yards and three touchdowns, while rushing for 51 yards as OSU rolled to a 56-14 victory.
Cowboys running back Chuba Hubbard, who rushed for 221 yards and three touchdowns in OSU's 52-36 victory over Oregon State last week, rushed for 44 yards and touchdowns on just eight carries against the McNeese.
OSU backup quarterback Dru Brown was effective in his time on the field, throwing for two touchdowns.
OSU receiver Tylan Wallace had 180 yards receiving and three touchdowns.
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Highlights from OSU's win over McNeese State
First down ¦ Story of the game
Second down ¦ Matchup that mattered
Third down ¦ Game MVP
Fourth down ¦ What’s next
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First down | Top storyline
Second down | Key matchup
Third down | Player to watch
Fourth down | Who wins and why
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