Oklahoma State at Baylor| Dec. 1, 2012 | Floyd Casey Stadium (Waco, Texas.)
Dec. 1, 2012
Oklahoma State Team Notes
Oklahoma State entered Saturday's game having won six straight and 15 of the last 16 over Baylor.
Game captains for Oklahoma State were RB Joseph Randle, WR Josh Stewart, LB Shaun Lewis and FB Teddy Johnson.
Baylor held a 31-17 halftime lead, matching Kansas State for the most points scored in a half against Oklahoma State this season.
With Nigel Nicholas's field goal block at the end of the first half, Oklahoma State has now blocked three kicks (two punts and a field goal) in the last three games. The 2008 team blocked four kicks for the highest single-season total of the Mike Gundy era.
Oklahoma State Player Notes
After sustaining a foot injury against Oklahoma and wearing a protective boot all week, CB Brodrick Brown did not start against Baylor, snapping his previous team-best streak of 38 consecutive starts. Brown entered the game in the second quarter. LB Shaun Lewis now has the longest active OSU games-started streak at 31 games.
Oklahoma State played without the services of injured defensive tackle James Castleman, who had started each of OSU's previous 11 games.
Joseph Randle went over 100 yards rushing for the eighth time this year and for the 14th time in his career.
Josh Stewart went over 100 yards receiving for the fifth time this year and the third time in the last four games. His career high was 172 receiving yards vs. West Virginia earlier this year.
Josh Stewart recorded a double-figure receptions total for the fourth time this year and for the third time in the last four games. His career high entering the game was 13 catches against Iowa State and West Virginia this year.
True freshman cornerback Kevin Peterson became the 20th different Oklahoma State player to make his first career start this year.
For the second time this year, Devin Davis got the starting nod at left tackle, moving Parker Graham to the starting spot at right tackle.
Nigel Nicholas blocked a 34-yard Baylor field goal attempt on the last play of the first half. It was Oklahoma State's first blocked field goal since Chris Donaldson blocked one at Kansas in 2010.