Kendall Hunter rushed for 257 yards and
four touchdowns out of Oklahoma State's new-look offense and the
Cowboys beat Washington State 65-17 on Saturday night.
Oklahoma State (1-0) hired offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen
away from Houston during the off-season and Hunter thrived in
Holgorsen's system, scoring on runs of 3, 9, 2 and 39 yards.
Brandon Weeden threw three touchdown passes for the Cowboys, all
to Justin Blackmon and Blackmon also scored on a 7-yard blocked
punt return. The Cowboys have won 15 straight home openers, the
longest streak in school history.
Oklahoma State's point total was its highest since a 66-24 win
over Baylor on Nov. 11, 2006.
Jeff Tuel completed 14 of 29 passes for 212 yards and a
touchdown for Washington State (0-1).
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