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Sept 29, 2012; Stillwater, OK, USA; Oklahoma State Cowboys running back Joseph Randle (1) runs for a touchdown while being defended by Texas Longhorns safety Kenny Vaccaro (4) during the first half at Boone Pickens Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-US PRESSWIRE

Kansas Football: Joseph Randle Leads Talented Cowboys Offense

The Kansas Jayhawks football team after their loss to Kansas State on Saturday, the team’s fourth in a row, host Oklahoma State on Oct. 13th. Here is a look at the high powered offense Oklahoma State runs.

It doesn’t matter which quarterback Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy throws out there, the Cowboys offense is unstoppable. Oklahoma State has a record of 2-2 on the season so far, with losses coming to Arizona, and Texas. Even in both games, the Cowboys scored a combined 74 points. In the wins, a whopping 149 points. Oklahoma State is first in the nation in scoring offense, averaging 55 points per game, and fifth in the country for both passing and rushing.

Running back Joseph Randle does it all for the Cowboys. For the season so far, Randle has 534 yards rushing on 75 attempts, an average of 7.1 yards per carry. He also can catch the ball with 11 receptions for 89 yards. Randle gained 199 yards against Texas in the Cowboys last game.

Oklahoma State has two quarterbacks who can play in J.W. Walsh and Wes Lunt. Though Walsh will likely get the start on Saturday. The freshman has eight touchdowns and two interceptions so far on the year, along with 797 yards through the air. This is with sharing time with Wes Lunt, another freshman quarterback who has totaled 588 yards passing.

The Cowboys top receiver is Josh Stewart. He has made 24 catches on the season, for 289 yards and three touchdowns.

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