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How to Watch: Oklahoma State at Boise State

September 16, 2021

STILLWATER – It took all four quarters against Tulsa last week, but Oklahoma State found a way to get past the Golden Hurricane and remain undefeated on the season. Can they do the same against Boise State on Saturday?

We’ve got all the details you need to follow along from wherever you might be!

Boise State | 8 p.m. CT | Sept 18, 2021 |Albertsons Stadium

TV: FS1 (Aaron Goldsmith and Mark Helfrich)

Radio: Cowboy Radio Network (Dave Hunziker, John Holcomb and Robert Allen)

Satellite Radio: Sirius Ch. 119, XM Ch. 200 and SXM App Ch. 954

Internet Radio: TuneIn - The Varsity Network

The game on Saturday marks just the second match up between the two programs, with the Cowboys taking the first game 44-21 in Stillwater. As far as playing against the Mountain West, the Cowboys are 14-5-1 all time, with the last meeting coming in the 2018 matchup against Boise State.

(These notes were provided by Oklahoma State Athletics Media Relations)

An Oklahoma State Win Would...
• Make the Cowboys 2-0 all-time vs. Boise State.
• Make it 1-0 all-time in games played in the state of Idaho.
• Make it 3-0 for the fifth straight season and for the 12th time in the Mike Gundy era.
• Improve Mike Gundy's career record vs. Mountain West teams to 2-0.
• Improve Mike Gundy's record vs. non-Power Five opponents to 39-4.
• Make it 18-1 in its past 19 non-conference games and 40-6 in its past 46 non-conference games.
• Improve Mike Gundy's record in non-conference games to 57-12.
• Improve it to 44-18 in its past 62 games and 58-24 in its past 82 games.
• Make it 77-16 in its past 93 games vs. opponents outside of the AP Top 25, dating back to 2010.

Notable Streaks and Trends Entering the Game
• OSU has not allowed a point in the first quarter this season.
• OSU has not allowed its opponent to score on the opening drive of a half this season.
• OSU has held its opponent scoreless on its game-opening drive in 17 of the past 19 games, including each of the past six games.
• OSU has held its opponent to less than a 50 percent third down conversion rate in 13 straight games.
• OSU has scored on defense in three of its past eight games.
• OSU has held 12 of its past 14 Big 12 opponents under their season scoring average.
• Malcolm Rodriguez has recorded at least eight tackles in seven straight games.
• Rodriguez has led OSU in tackles in every game this season.
• Jaylen Warren has scored a rushing touchdown in each of his past three games played.
• OSU has won 74 consecutive games when holding its opponent to fewer than 20 points, dating back to Sept. 13, 2003  – the longest active stretch of time in the FBS and longest since at least 1980.
• OSU is 28-10 in its past 38 games decided by fewer than 10 points.
• OSU is 32-5 in its past 37 games when leading at halftime, dating back to Sept. 17, 2016.
• Dating back to 2005, OSU is 41-3 when not committing a turnover.
• Dating back to 2008, OSU is 64-8 when winning the turnover battle.
• OSU has won three of its past four overtime games.
• OSU has forced a total of 12 turnovers in its past six games.
• OSU has had a 100-yard rusher in seven of its past 12 games.

Discussion from...

How to Watch: Oklahoma State at Boise State

526 Views | 2 Replies | Last: 1 mo ago by Zach Lancaster
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heck, I was hoping for some advice on how to tone down the turf while watching..... blue and yellow make green, right? I don't have any yellow tinted sunglasses...

I wonder what orange colored glasses will do....
Zach Lancaster
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That's what I loved about those old tube TVs lol you could adjust the color of the picture.
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