FINAL: West Virginia falls to Oklahoma State, 20-13

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Action is underway at Milan Puskar Stadium between Oklahoma State and West Virginia. It’s senior day in Morgantown, and the Mountaineers’ seniors were honored before kickoff.

Check back for live updates as the game unfolds.


FINAL: West Virginia falls to Oklahoma State, 20-13.

1:38: West Virginia turns it over on downs, and the Mountaineers are out of timeouts with 1:38 to go. WVU gets to the 19 yard line before they give it up.

2:37: Neal Brown gives the call to Leddie Brown, who gets just enough ground for a first down.

2:42: West Virginia calls their second timeout of the half. It is 4th and 1 on the Cowboy 18 yard line.

FIELD GOAL OKLAHOMA STATE (OSU 20, WVU 13 — 6:18): Chuba Hubbard is finding his groove. He rushes 5 times for 26 yards, but the Cowboys can’t find paydirt. Ammendola makes his second kick of the game.

10:14: West Virginia goes three-and-out. Oklahoma State will start on their own 46.

TOUCHDOWN OKLAHOMA STATE (OSU 17, WVU 13 — 11:23): The Cowboys tack on their first touchdown since their opening drive. Dru Brown led OSU down the field with 6 completed passes, the last of which would find Dillon Stoner for a 2-yard touchdown. Hubbard contributes 27 yards to the drive.


END 3Q: Hubbard rushes twice to run the clock out. Cowboys will open the 4th quarter with possession.

FIELD GOAL WEST VIRGINIA (WVU 13, OSU 10 — 0:54): The Mountaineers chew 5:49 off the clock and get the ball into the red zone, but are forced to settle for an Evan Staley field goal. Doege makes a couple of big passes in the drive to George Campbell (for 39 yards) and Leddie Brown (21 yards).

6:43: The Cowboys are held on 3rd and 1, and Mike Gundy opts to punt. The Cowboys run 5 plays and get 20 yards in that span, and West Virginia will start on their own 15.

9:27: The Mountaineers go three-and-out, but Growden flips the field to put OSU on their own 26.

FIELD GOAL OKLAHOMA STATE (OSU 10, WVU 10 — 10:52): Oklahoma State has an active possession, but not exactly an efficient one. They run 9 plays but only get 45 yards, and are aided by WVU penalties. OSU’s Matt Ammendola nails a long field goal from 44 yards to tie it up.

You read that right: West Virginia is leading Oklahoma State in rushing (although, it still isn’t exactly pretty). The Mountaineer offense is off to a good start.


HALF: West Virginia holds the Cowboys scoreless for the drive and take their lead into the break. WVU 10, Oklahoma State 7.

1:13: Oklahoma State chews about five minutes off the clock, but they can’t get much on the offensive end. They even attempt a flea flicker — but Dru Brown is sacked by Shea Campbell. The Cowboys punt and WVU starts on their own 20.

TOUCHDOWN WEST VIRGINIA (OSU 7, WVU 10 — 5:23): Jarret Doege finds his roommate George Campbell for the 34-yard strike to put the Mountaineers in front.

8:48: The Mountaineers hold OSU to a 3 and out, and they get the ball on their own 30.

FIELD GOAL WEST VIRGINIA (OSU 7, WVU 3 — 10:33): West Virginia gets right up to the goal line, and Sam James seems to get into the end zone, but the officials (and a subsequent review) puts the Mountaineers inches from the goal line. Two failed QB sneaks and a false start penalty force West Virginia to settle for three points.

13:58: Timeout West Virginia — Doege goes for the end zone on second down to find George Campbell but he is covered. Fans inside the stadium want a flag for interference, but instead they’re getting 3rd and 2.


END 1Q: West Virginia has possession on the Oklahoma State 37. It will be 1st and 10 to start the second quarter.

2:04: OSU goes three-and-out as Mike Gundy elects to punt on fourth and very short. West Virginia takes over on their own 34.

4:03: The Mountaineer offense shows some life, but their drive ends in a missed field goal. Jarret Doege is starting off strong, completing all of his 6 passing attempts for 55 yards so far. Kennedy McKoy has also chipped in 13 yards on two rushes so far.

TOUCHDOWN OKLAHOMA STATE (OSU 7, WVU 0 — 7:41): The Cowboy offense rolls to start. They go 74 yards in 11 plays, but have to work to get it into the end zone. Jelani Woods eventually gets in with a 1-yard touchdown grab from Dru Brown.

13:12: West Virginia opens the game up with a three-and-out.

West Virginia receives to open the contest. They start with a touchback.

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