NCAAF Game Recap - Kansas at Oklahoma State
Sat Nov 16, 2019 12:00 PM EST

LSU
58
Miss
37
F
OHSt
56
Rut
21
F
Wake
3
Clem
52
F
Ala
38
MisSt
7
F
UGA
21
Aub
14
F
Ariz
6
Oreg
34
F
Minn
19
Iowa
23
F
UCLA
3
Utah
49
F
Ind
27
PSU
34
F
Okla
34
Bayl
31
F
Fla
23
Mizzu
6
F
MSU
10
Mich
44
F
Wisc
37
Neb
21
F
Navy
20
ND
52
F
Cin
20
SoFL
17
F
Mem
45
Hou
27
F
NM
9
Boise
42
F
Tex
21
IASt
23
F
Kans
13
OkSt
31
F
E Mi
42
Akr
14
F
WestMI
37
Ohio
34
F OT
NIU
31
Toled
28
F
BGSU
3
MiaOH
44
F
Buff
27
Kent
30
F
UNC
27
Pitt
34
F OT
LaTec
10
Marsh
31
F
Fres
7
SDSU
17
F
Tul
21
Temp
29
F
TCU
33
TxTch
31
F
UMass
6
NW
45
F
AlaSt
12
FlaSt
49
F
VMI
6
Army
47
F
UTEP
10
UAB
37
F
Troy
63
TxSt
27
F
CoCar
27
ArkSt
28
F
ULMon
29
GaSo
51
F
IdSt
10
BYU
42
F
C Mi
45
Ball
44
F
KY
38
Vand
14
F
WVU
24
K St
20
F
VaTec
45
GATec
0
F
(N/A)
28
NMSt
41
F
Hawaii
21
UNLV
7
F
Wyo
21
UtSt
26
F
Syr
49
Duke
6
F
Stan
22
WaSt
49
F
Rice
31
MidTN
28
F
ULLaf
37
SoAl
27
F
SMiss
36
UTSA
17
F
AF
38
ColSt
21
F
App
56
GASt
27
F
AzSt
34
OreSt
35
F
SCar
6
TxAM
30
F
Lou
34
NCSt
20
F
USC
41
Cal
17
F

Nov 16, 2019, 12:00 PM EST

Final

1

2

3

4

T

Kansas (3-7)

0

0

0

13

13

(25) Oklahoma State (7-3)

14

10

7

0

31

Hubbard leads No. 25 Oklahoma St. past Kansas 31-13
Sat Nov 16, 2019 4:58 PM

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy broke away from his usual approach to postseason awards and lobbied for Chuba Hubbard to be a Heisman Trophy finalist.

Hubbard, the nation's leading rusher, ran for 122 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 25 Oklahoma State rolled past Kansas 31-13 on Saturday.

He has rushed for 1,726 yards this season in 10 games. Gundy believes if Hubbard leads Power Five backs in rushing, he should get an invitation to New York for the Heisman ceremony.

"He deserves to be there," Gundy said. "And I can honestly say that for him because he's a very humble, hardworking young man. And you know me - I don't step out there much."

Hubbard's yardage total is the fifth-best in school history for a season, trailing 1988 Heisman winner Barry Sanders, 1977 Heisman runner-up Terry Miller, Ernest Anderson and Thurman Thomas. He has two regular-season games remaining, and on his current pace, he would pass all but Sanders on the school's single-season chart.

"We're proud of what he's done," Gundy said. "But at some point, you have to look and say, `OK, is this a quarterback award?' Or do running backs or other positions potentially get involved."

Dillon Stoner caught five passes for a career-high 150 yards and two touchdowns and Spencer Sanders passed for 168 yards and a touchdown for the Cowboys (7-3, 4-3 Big 12, No. 22 CFP), who won their third straight.

Hubbard scored his first touchdown just over three minutes into the game. He ran for 100 yards and two touchdowns in the first half to help Oklahoma State take a 24-0 lead.

In the third quarter, backup quarterback Dru Brown threw a perfect strike for a 43-yard touchdown to Stoner to push the lead to 31-0. Oklahoma State gained 481 total yards, including 243 rushing.

Carter Stanley passed for 226 yards and two touchdowns for Kansas (3-7, 1-6).

It was the first meeting between Kansas coach Les Miles and Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy. Gundy was Miles' offensive coordinator at Oklahoma State from 2001 to 2004 before Miles left to become head coach at LSU and Gundy took over as head coach for the Cowboys.

Miles appreciated the chance to return.

"I really like this place," he said. "The people here were kind to my family. I had two children born here. I enjoyed it and always look back and think how special this place is to my family."

THE TAKEAWAY

Kansas: The Jayhawks were routed for the third time this season. They had lost just 50-48 to Texas earlier in the year and had been close in two other losses. On Saturday, the Jayhawks got off to a rough start and never got into the game.

Oklahoma State: The Cowboys' defense has been a weaker link than the offense over the years, but the unit was dominant against the Jayhawks. Oklahoma State allowed just 290 total yards, including 39 yards rushing.

STEPPING UP

Stoner has been a critical piece of Oklahoma State's offense since star receiver Tylan Wallace was injured. In the past two games, Stoner has eight catches for 243 yards and four touchdowns.

"I wouldn't really say stepping up because he's always played at that level," Sanders said. "He's that good of a player. I believe he's really one of our truly talented guys who's just outstanding, so I wouldn't say `stepped up,' I would say people are starting to notice because that's who Stoner is."

SHUT DOWN

Kansas running back Pooka Williams entered the game third in the Big 12 with 90.8 yards rushing per game in league play. He was held to 26 yards on 12 carries on Saturday.

"We were very aggressive on defense," Gundy said. "We were able to contain them. Their running back is a good player. He usually breaks one every week, but we were able to contain him."

KICKING WOES

Oklahoma State kicker Matt Ammendola entered the game having made 14 of 15 field goals. In this game, he made one from 44 yards, but missed from 26, 45 and 48 yards.

SANDERS HURT

Sanders left the game in the third quarter with a right (throwing) hand injury, and he wore a light brace after the game. Gundy said the move was precautionary and he wanted to give Brown a chance to play. Brown completed 3 of 5 passes for 70 yards and a touchdown.

TAKEAWAY KING

Oklahoma State's Harvell-Peel has created five turnovers in his past two games. He had two interceptions and a fumble recovery against TCU in his previous contest, then led Oklahoma State's defense with two interceptions against Kansas.

POLL IMPLICATIONS

The Cowboys did what was necessary to remain a ranked team.

UP NEXT

Kansas travels to Iowa State.

Oklahoma State travels to West Virginia.

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Passing

Kans Att Cmp % TD-Pa Yds-Pa LgPa Int Rat
T. MacVittie 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0.0
C. Stanley 37 22 59.5 2 226 21 1 83.8
OkSt Att Cmp % TD-Pa Yds-Pa LgPa Int Rat
S. Sanders 18 12 66.7 1 168 51 0 115.0
D. Brown 5 3 60.0 1 70 43 0 143.8

Rushing

Kans Att Yds-Ru Avg LgRu TD-Ru
P. Williams Jr. 12 26 2.2 10 0
V. Gardner 3 10 3.3 6 0
OkSt Att Yds-Ru Avg LgRu TD-Ru
C. Hubbard 23 122 5.3 18 2
L. Brown 9 55 6.1 30 0

Receiving

Kans Rec Yds-Rc Avg LgRc TD-Rc
S. Robinson Jr. 6 68 11.3 14 1
D. Charlot 3 46 15.3 20 0
OkSt Rec Yds-Rc Avg LgRc TD-Rc
D. Stoner 5 150 30.0 51 2
C. Hubbard 2 42 21.0 21 0

Fumbles

OkSt F FL
C. Hubbard 1 0

Returning

Kans KR Avg KRTD LgKR PR Avg TD LgPR
S. Robinson Jr. 2 18.0 0 24 0 - 0 0
K. Logan Jr. 0 - 0 0 2 3.0 0 3
OkSt KR Avg KRTD LgKR PR Avg TD LgPR
D. Stoner 0 - 0 0 2 3.5 0 8
R. Williams 1 15.0 0 15 0 - 0 0

Punting

Kans Punt Yds Avg LgPu
K. Thompson 7 299 42.7 54
OkSt Punt Yds Avg LgPu
T. Hutton 5 186 37.2 48

Takeaways

OkSt Int Yds InTD
K. Harvell-Peel 2 22 0
T. Ford 1 5 0

Team Stats Comparison

Kans OkSt
Points For 13 31
Total Yards 290 447
Rushing Yards 39 209
Passing Yards 251 238
Passing Completions / Attempts 26/46 15/25
Turnovers 3 0
Interceptions Thrown 3 0
Fumbles - Lost 0/0 1/0
First Downs 18 23
Penalties - Yards 5/37 2/19
Time Of Possession 28:28 32:32
Third Down Conversions/Attempts 6/17 3/12
Fourth Down Conversions/Attempts 2/3 1/1
Punts - Average Yards 7/43 5/37

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter Kans OkSt
OkSt 3:04 TD Chuba Hubbard 15 yd run (Matt Ammendola kick) 0 7
OkSt 14:57 TD Chuba Hubbard 4 yd run (Matt Ammendola kick) 0 14
2nd Quarter Kans OkSt
OkSt 9:47 TD Dillon Stoner 51 yd pass from Spencer Sanders (Matt Ammendola kick) 0 21
OkSt 14:07 FG Matt Ammendola 44 yd FG 0 24
3rd Quarter Kans OkSt
OkSt 11:23 TD Dillon Stoner 43 yd pass from Dru Brown (Matt Ammendola kick) 0 31
4th Quarter Kans OkSt
Kans 6:38 TD Stephon Robinson Jr. 14 yd pass from Carter Stanley (failed 2pt pass) 6 31
Kans 13:51 TD Quan Hampton 9 yd pass from Carter Stanley (Liam Jones kick) 13 31

Game Information

Stadium: Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater, Oklahoma
Attendance: 55,388
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