Oklahoma State-Tulsa Game Notes

Sept. 9, 2000

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  • Running back Reggie White's 35-yard touchdown run on Oklahoma State's first play from scrimmage was the third touchdown of his career.

  • Wide receiver Willie Young's 18-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter was the first TD reception of his career and his second-career catch. His second reception of the game was for 34 yards and another touchdown.

  • Oklahoma State's 30 first-half points represent the most in the first stanza since the Cowboys scored 31 against Texas Tech on Oct. 19, 1999.

  • Elbert Craig's 98-yard defensive PAT return was the second in OSU history. The first occurred on Nov. 14, 1992, when linebacker Keith Burns returned a blocked extra point 74 yards against Oklahoma.

  • Reggie White (187-yards rushing) registered OSU's first 100-yard rushing performance since 1998. Tony Lindsay (158) and Nathan Simmons (161) both went over the century mark against Southwestern Louisiana (Louisiana-Lafayette) on Nov. 14, 1998. White's total is also the most yards by a Cowboy since Jamaal Fobbs rushed for 217 vs. Southwest Louisiana on Sept. 6, 1997.

  • Eight Cowboys started for the first time in their careers tonight: Tim Burrough, Chris Carter, Michael Cooper, Elbert Craig, Terrence Robinson, John Vandrell, Reggie White and Willie Young.

  • OSU moves to 58-36-5 in season openers, including five-straight wins dating back to 1995. On the road, the Cowboys improve to 16-29-1 all-time in openers and tonight's victory marks the first win in Tulsa since 1993. OSU has defeated the Hurricane six out of the last eight meetings.


  • The 36 points scored by Oklahoma State is the second-highest point total the Cowboys have scored in Tulsa since scoring 46 in 1944.
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