Oct. 18, 2008
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No. 8 OKLAHOMA STATE (7-0, 3-0) 10, BAYLOR (3-4, 1-2) 6,
BOONE PICKENS STADIUM WACO, TEXAS
OCT. 18, 2008 ATTENDANCE: 50,080
MISCELLANEOUS NOTES Oklahoma State leads the all-time series 15-12, including a 12-1 edge since the inception of the Big 12 Conference.
Oklahoma State holds a 9-6 advantage in games played at Stillwater; the Cowboys have won eight straight against Baylor at OSU.
Baylor is 41-155-7 all-time against ranked opponents, including a 26-136-5 mark when unranked and playing a ranked opponent.
Baylor has lost 15 straight against ranked opponents.
Baylor is 47-39-6 all-time on the third weekend of October, including an 7-4-2 mark on Oct. 18.
TEAM NOTESBaylor committed a turnover for the first time since the Northwestern State game, snapping a four-game streak without a turnover.
Baylor quartebacks have not thrown an interception in six straight games, the longest run by a Baylor team since a six-game stretch in 1990.
Baylor has lost six straight road games (at Buffalo, 2007) and eight straight Big 12 road games (at Colorado, 2006).
Baylor had an extra point blocked for the first time since the 2006 Northwestern State game.
Baylor was held to its lowest rushing total of the season (42 yards).
Baylor was held to fewer than 50 yards rushing for the first time since last season's Kansas State game (13 yards).
Baylor was held to is lowest total offense (204 yards) since last season's Kansas game (202 yards).
INDIVIDUAL NOTES QB Robert Griffin established an NCAA Division I FBS record for most consecutive pass attempts without an interception to start a career by a freshman. The previous record (138) was held by Oklahoma State's Mike Gundy (1986).
Griffin's streak of consecutive games with at least one rushing touchdown ends at six.
IR Kendall Wright tied his career high with seven receptions; he also had seven receptions last week against Iowa State.
IR Thomas White became the 24th 1,000-yard receiver in Baylor history. He now has 1,009 receiving yards in his career.
White has at least one reception in 12 consecutive games.
LB Joe Pawelek reached double figures in tackles for the sixth time this season and the 11th time in his career.
Pawelek established a career high with 13 solo tackles; his previous high was 11 at Colorado in 2006.
Pawelek's 14 total tackles were one shy of his career high established against Wake Forest in this year's season opener.
FS Jordan Lake reached double figures in tackles for the first time this season and the seventh time in his career.
Lake tied his career high with 11 solo tackles; his also had 11 solo stops at Texas A&M last season.
P Derek Epperson's fourth-quarter, 60-yard punt was his fourth career punt of 60-plus yards.
Epperson now has eight punts this season of 50-plus yards, matching his season total from last year.