Scores

Final

Tulsa 28

(1-2, 0-2 away)

Oklahoma State 65

(3-0, 3-0 home)

7:00 PM ET, September 18, 2010

Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater, OK

1 2 3 4 T
TLSA 0 7 7 1428
OKST 20 21 17 765

Top Performers

Passing: B. Weeden (OKST) - 409 YDS, 6 TD

Rushing: J. Randle (OKST) - 12 CAR, 72 YDS

Receiving: J. Blackmon (OKST) - 6 REC, 174 YDS, 3 TD

Brandon Weeden throws for 409 yards, 6 TDs as Okla. St. routs Tulsa

Associated Press

STILLWATER, Okla. -- Brandon Weeden passed for 409 yards and six touchdowns, three to Justin Blackmon, and Oklahoma State set a school record for total offense in a 65-28 victory against Tulsa on Saturday night.

Weeden's effort ranked fourth on Oklahoma State's single-game passing chart, even though he left the game after one series in the third quarter, following an 81-yard scoring pass to Blackmon, the sixth-longest pass play in school history. He completed 23 of 32 passes.

The teams combined for 1,150 yards of offense, including 722 by Oklahoma State, breaking the school record of 717 set against Kansas during Barry Sanders' Heisman Trophy season in 1988.

Blackmon had six catches for 174 yards and has nine touchdowns this season.

Oklahoma State is 3-0 for the 19th time and the fourth time in six seasons under coach Mike Gundy.

G.J. Kinne passed for 219 yards but threw three interceptions for Tulsa (1-2), which hasn't beaten the Cowboys since 1998 and hasn't won at Oklahoma State since 1951. The Cowboys posted their highest point total in 71 games against Tulsa.

Since 2003, the Golden Hurricane are 0-10 against teams from BCS conferences. Tulsa's records only go back to 1940, but since then, the Golden Hurricane had never surrendered more than six touchdown passes in a game before the Cowboys had eight on Saturday.

It was the first time the two schools -- separated by about 73 miles -- had played since 2004. Tulsa entered the game ranked fourth in the nation in total offense while Oklahoma State was eighth, but the offensive showdown materialized on only one side.

Oklahoma State posted its second 65-point outing of the season. It scored that many points in the season opener against Washington State.

Weeden had one of the best passing halves ever by an Oklahoma State quarterback, completing 22 of 31 passes for 328 yards and five touchdowns as the Cowboys raced to a 41-7 halftime lead. Weeden's first-half yardage total would have ranked 11th on the school's single-game passing chart.

The first of Dan Bailey's three field goals, from 49 yards, gave the Cowboys a 3-0 lead, then Weeden's passing onslaught began. He threw a 1-yard touchdown to Michael Harrison -- Harrison's first career catch. Two series later, Hubert Anyiam just squeezed into the end zone to complete an 18-yard scoring pass.

Tulsa pulled within 20-7 on a 1-yard sneak by Kinne, but Weeden answered with a 7-yard scoring pass to Blackmon. Tulsa appeared poised to score again, but Andrew McGee intercepted a Kinne pass in the end zone and returned it 79 yards. On the next play, Weeden hit Blackmon for a 21-yard score.

Weeden capped the half with a 19-yard TD pass to Josh Cooper 14 seconds before intermission.

On his only pass of the second half, Weeden hit Blackmon in stride at the Tulsa 40, and the receiver stepped out of a tackle and sprinted to the end zone.

Even in Weeden's absence, the Cowboys' aerial fireworks continued. Backup Clint Chelf threw a 10-yard scoring pass to Anyiam to make it 58-7 and hit Charlie Moore for a 27-yard score in the fourth quarter.

With 574 passing yards, Oklahoma State broke the school single-game record of 430, set against Texas in 2007. The eight touchdown passes broke the team record of seven, set in 2003 against Southern Methodist.

Oklahoma State didn't punt until 2:18 remained in the third quarter.

In the fourth quarter, Tulsa's Marco Nelson returned an interception 81 yards for a touchdown, the fourth-longest such return in school history and the longest since 1963.

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Team Stat Comparison

 
TLSA
OKST
1st Downs2329
Total Yards428722
Passing229574
Rushing199148
Penalties5-457-55
3rd Down Conversions9-177-12
4th Down Conversions1-11-1
Turnovers31
Possession32:3627:24

Passing Leaders

TulsaC/ATTYDSAVGTDINT
Kinne22/342196.413
Oklahoma StateC/ATTYDSAVGTDINT
Weeden23/3240912.860

Rushing Leaders

TulsaCARYDSAVGTDLG
Beaver11544.9016
Singleton11302.7010
Oklahoma StateCARYDSAVGTDLG
Randle12726.0014
Hunter11595.4012

Receiving Leaders

TulsaRECYDSAVGTDLG
Johnson6579.5016
Johnson45413.5015
Oklahoma StateRECYDSAVGTDLG
Blackmon617429.0381
Cooper48320.8125

Scoring Summary

FIRST QUARTERTLSAOKST
FG11:51Dan Bailey 49 Yd 03
TD07:11Michael Harrison 1 Yd Pass From Brandon Weeden (Dan Bailey Kick) 010
FG03:49Dan Bailey 34 Yd 013
TD01:26Hubert Anyiam 18 Yd Pass From Brandon Weeden (Dan Bailey Kick) 020
SECOND QUARTERTLSAOKST
TD10:04G.J. Kinne 1 Yd Run (Kevin Fitzpatrick Kick) 720
TD08:22Justin Blackmon 7 Yd Pass From Brandon Weeden (Dan Bailey Kick) 727
TD05:11Justin Blackmon 21 Yd Pass From Brandon Weeden (Dan Bailey Kick) 734
TD00:14Josh Cooper 19 Yd Pass From Brandon Weeden (Dan Bailey Kick) 741
THIRD QUARTERTLSAOKST
TD13:18Justin Blackmon 81 Yd Pass From Brandon Weeden (Dan Bailey Kick) 748
FG10:10Dan Bailey 27 Yd 751
TD07:20Hubert Anyiam 10 Yd Pass From Clint Chelf (Dan Bailey Kick) 758
TD03:55Willie Carter 7 Yd Pass From G.J. Kinne (Kevin Fitzpatrick Kick) 1458
FOURTH QUARTERTLSAOKST
TD10:29Trey Watts 2 Yd Run (Kevin Fitzpatrick Kick) 2158
TD08:32Marco Nelson 81 Yd Interception Return (Kevin Fitzpatrick Kick) 2858
TD03:48Charlie Moore 27 Yd Pass From Clint Chelf (Dan Bailey Kick) 2865