It wasn't pretty but it was a win. A week after holding Mississippi State to just a field goal, the Oklahoma State defense was stretched by Texas San Antonio.
OSU's offense was clicking on all cylinders as the Cowboys built a 42-7 lead through the first three quarters of the game. However, UTSA was able to keep it interesting by scoring four touchdowns in the final 15 minutes. The Roadrunners racked up 504 yards of total offense (369 through the air) before finally falling 56-35 to the Cowboys.
It appears as if the OSU offense is going to be every bit as good as advertised. The Cowboys posted 605 total yards of offense, along with their 56 points, and didn't turn the ball over at all. However, the question to take away from this game is, what is the true identity of the OSU defense?