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we came in the game joel talking about k.d. cannon and james washington as the two great wide receivers. they have combined catches for 45 yards. ish zamora. welcome back! >> joel: they are taking advantage of his height. 6'4". very athletic. smaller corners for oklahoma state haven't had the answer for ishmael zamora. on the flip side, was coverage that baylor has had on him. they have had two guys at minimum hovering around james washington the entire night. this guy goes for 297 yards receiving a week ago against pitt. baylor is bound and determined that that is not going to happen tonight. they are doing an excellent job of locating him in the formation and following him wherever he goes.
half. there is james washington. see if he becomes more active in this second half. this one is in the end zone for a touchback. let's go downstairs to shannon. >> shannon: i asked mike gundy about defending zamora and he said we have to clean up the timing. he said, "we cannot afford to give up the big play offensively." he said the balance is something they will stick with. earlier in the week he game." but he will continue to stick with the run game to find the balance but he said, "we can't turn the ball over." >> gus: thank you. rennie childs, 11 carries, 26 yards. jeff carr, one carry, 11 yards. look at the verizon first half stat. first and ten at the 25 for
the run. almost throws an interception. tion wright just couldn't hold on. >> joel: that is one that mason rudolph has enough experience to know he has to throw the ball completely out of bounds. he is trying to throw it away and doesn't get there. wright will have the foot in bounds. he looks at the sideline rather than securing the football. that would be forcinghe >> gus: rudolph in the first half. 12 of 15, 112 yards. no touchdowns. second and ten at the 25. rudolph. receiver wide open up the middle. can't find him. instead it's washington. tion wright covering. >> joel: wide receiver you
to the 40. gets up to the 43. >> joel: they have not had any opportunity to force the ball. the game plan from phil bennett and the baylor defense is clear, if oklahoma state will win the game. they have to do it on the ground. >> gus: orion stewart was almost ejected in the first half due to targeting. >> joel: the replay officials kept him in the ballgame and makes a great open field tackle there. hard to do. talent that a lot of players in college football lack.
>> joel: bravvion roy, number 95 who makes the play. this big old true freshman, 320 pounds stood up the sitter. brad lundblade, number 71. that is what forced the back justice hill to adjust in the arms of the tackler. >> gus: second down and nine. barry sanders in now. play fake. rudolph. out of the pocket. throws on he has the receiver mccleskey. but that ball wide. travon blanchard has had an outstanding night. >> joel: they want washington again. but the baylor defense are not even reading the runs. those two players over james washington are blanketing him. rudolph wanted to go there and he had to leave the pocket. give baylor credit. the other nine players are
they are committing to stop james washington. >> gus: third down nine at the 48. >> joel: that looks like an easy completion. he realized for the first time in the second half he was singled up. he had one-on-one coverage and drops him out. he finds an easy completion and he moves the chains. >> gus: first down and ten at the 35. they will run it. on the end around. dillon stoner, the freshman from high school in tulsa.
>> joel: the defense now out on the field for four and a half minutes. got some hands on the hips. as the drive has strung out over ten plays. >> gus: it's the 11th play of the drive that started at the oklahoma state 25. second and six. >> joel: he did what you are coached to do. use the sideline as an extra defender. he forced sanders to the sideline. when the wide receiver is next to the side line with the defender on the inside. as a quarterback there is nowhere to throw the ball. rudolph recognized that.
but ends up out of bounds. >> gus: that makes it third down and six at the 31. the cowboys need to go to the baylor 25 for a first down. delayed handoff. childs. bottled up. childs. face mask coming off. childs rolls out of bounds at the 30. >> joel: they will get ira lewis, number 97. >> referee: personal foul. face mask. defense, number 97. 15-yard penalty. automatic first down. >> gus: in the open field, ira lewis tries to go up lie. >> joel: rather than tackling through the body and pulls the face mask all the way down. i know phil bennett upset
and an excellent call by the official. >> gus: first down and ten at the 15 now for oklahoma state. opening series of the second half. aiavion edwards, the middle linebacker with the tackle. >> joel: the linebackers have played well for baylor tonight, haven't they? >> gus: they have. >> joel: edwards. we have seen taylor young in on quite a few patrick levels and travon blanchard each involved on several stops in the open field. blanchard in particular i feel like number 48 on the screen. he has been the best of them all. he has been outstanding tonight from the outside linebacker spot. >> gus: second and eight. at the baylor 13. >> gus: rudolph. wants to throw it. oh, rudolph! patrick levels.
from dallas, roosevelt high school, is off to a terrific start to his season. sometimes it's that urgency of your last year. he graduates in december. a degree in health and kinesiology and leisure studies. he is athletic and forceful on the outside. >> gus: third down ten and 13. washington in motion. to the other side. rudolph. drops it off underneath. mccleskey. mccleskey on his feet. first down. cowboys. great effort after the catch by mccleskey closed session. -- by jalen mccleskey on third and ten. he gets 12. >> joel: he had great blocks down the field from the fellow wide receivers.
line of scrimmage, they have to be careful not to contact the defenders. but seales, 81 in particular, great block with number 28 james washington. >> gus: first down and goal at the three for oklahoma state. 16th play of the drive. childs. straight ahead. six touchdown in two weeks for rennie >> joel: there is always going to be an unblocked player in a goal line situation. this time after 86 zac veatch blocks the defensive end, it's the outside linebacker and rennie childs handles it. as a running back you have to know that is the case. there will be a unblacked defender and he -- unblocked defender and he beats him to the end zone. >> gus: 25 to play.
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ahead. for seth russell in the first half, he was 12-21. 180 yards. two touchdowns and one pick. sacked once. >> joel: fortunate on the one touchdown pass that went through hawthorne's hands. zamora ran in for the touchdown. overall, a clean half. and got his legs going. ran the ball well in the first half. >> gus: russell five. carries for 55 yards. the sideline. he has a receiver. wide open! watch out! chris platt. touchdown, baylor! 89 yards. >> joel: formation on the
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>> gus: that is k.d. cannon in street clothes. we are looking into why he let's check in with mike hill in los angeles. >> mike: drama in pasadena. down 13-9. 13 seconds left. burns and the put down. touchdown! they added a fumble return for a touchdown on the last play of the game. the final now 22-13. >> gus: wow! stanford was 5-0 against ucla
all the way back. they didn't score a touchdown till late. it was 13-9 for quite a while. mccaffrey 138 yards in that game. there is a flag on this play. the ball crosses the 35. up to the 37. roberts with the tackle. >> chop block offense, number 50 and a 56. half the distance to the goal. for the first down. >> gus: right guard, larry williams. 56. right tackle zachary crabtree, 60. >> joel: let's check out the k.f.c. stat comparison. it's a tale of two games. last week against pitt. quick strike offense. 21 minutes time of possession
methodically drive the ball down the field. >> gus: first and 22. rudolph. incomplete. the ball intended for chris lacy. let's check in with shannon. >> shannon: check in with the athletic trainer for baylor and he confirmed that k.d. cannon has a muscle strain. would not identify where that strain is. but said it happen toward the end of the first half. wish i had that's all we are getting. >> gus: you wonder why k.d. cannon wasn't out on all the draft. now we understand. >> joel: he came up a little short. it looks like he didn't run through the fade route on the end zone. that was clearly a factor going back to the first half. >> gus: you're right. second and 22.
he all thes him down. baylor defense getting hungry now. >> joel: young gets the tackle. but check out our guy. gus, number 21, patrick levels who makes childs hop and jump over the sidelines. then he gets back in on the stackal. patrick levels has played superb football tonight. >> gus: third down and 20. rudolph. over the middle. caught by mccleskey. first down, oklahoma state. >> joel: that is a big-time throw. a small window to put the football. the safety is coming over. 48, travon blanchard. he just gets it in there to jalen mccleskey.
long. >> gus: mccleskey, catches for 56 yards. 21-yard gain. first down. rudolph. looking. look at this. mason rudolph. caught again by mccleskey! that offensive line for oklahoma state doing an incredible job protecting their quarterback. >> joel: all three baylor defensive linemen now coming off the field because they are too find somebody open. that is too long to cover in the back end. i love what mccleskey did. he works back to the quarterback. he got on the same level. he found himself open for a completion down the field. >> gus: back-to-back 21-yard gains from mccleskey. first and ten from the 43. rudolph starting to warm up now. he hands it off to hill. running downhill. and justice hill. stopped by aiavion edwards but
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six catches, 109 yards. >> gus: oklahoma state with the ball at the baylor 33, first down and ten. childs. reverse. they are going to throw it. up the sideline. mccleskey. he lost it! >> referee: ruling on the field is incomplete pass. credit to mccleskey who tried to get the completion. he is covered down the field by 28. orion stewart. the senior from waco. it was defended so well. the baylor secondary is playing outstanding ball. they haven't been confused. >> gus: second and ten at the 33. jeff carr in now at running
rudolph. >> joel: chris lacy came out and the ball was there. people have no idea how hard that throw is. i know he was wide open. it wasn't a tight window throw. that is the opposite hash mark. these are not nfl hash marks that will nice and tight. he is all the way across the field. throw it deep down the field on the outbreaking route outside the numbers. big-time throw for mason if 18. fullback. drop immediately by travon blanchard. >> joel: coming from the outside linebacker position. he sneaks up and he picks up. he jumps the snap count. that is part of the problem i see with so much shotgun offense. you can't use a cadence or a
by the time you get in third and the fourth quarter. the defense understands the rhythm of the clapping motion to get the snap. they can jump it and get in the backfield like there. >> gus: second down and 11. at the 19. stick -- stiff arm. out of bounds in the 19 in front of stewart. >> joel: i think they have been using a running back by committee system in oklahoma state. it's working well for them. >> gus: it is. rennie him run well. >> joel: i feel like justice hill gives them a little bit more burst. we have seen them get to the outside a couple of times. displays a great stiff arm on the last play to create a more manageable third down opportunity. >> gus: third and five tenth play of the five that started at the oklahoma state 25. finally got washington singled
hill down to the 11. two-yard pickup. >> joel: that was clearly mike gundy telling the offensive coordinator you have two downs here. we are going for it on fourth down. so he calls the run play to get them closer to the six. and now he comes up, well, never mind. now he is going to go kick it. now i'm confused about the play call. third and five with mason rudolph. i don't understand handing the ball off there unless you are going for it on he missed a 45-yarder. 2:13 to go. third quarter. 28-24. red 97! set! red 97! did you say 97? yes.
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offense. >> gus: ammendola will send it away. nicholson the deep man for baylor. he will get a shot from the five. wrapped up at the 15. >> joel: great coverage. look out. >> gus: he -- the original new comedy is called funny and hilariously weird. tonight after on fox. >> joel: they are talking about the explosiveness. baylor has touchdown from 23 yards out. 27 yards out. and 89. they have been quick strikeability to as you take a look at -- strike tonight as you look at the leaders. including ishmael zamora. >> gus: starting at their
>> gus: dragged down from behind. taken down at the 19-yard line by jarrell owens. owens is hurt. >> referee: officials time-out. for injured player. >> gus: he fell awkwardly making t the sophomore from palestine, texas. >> joel: he played every in game. three had throw tackles and tackles for loss. he was chasing down seth russell. holding the arm close to his body as he came up. >> gus: four-yard game for russell. takes a seat on the cowboy
>> joel: baylor loves the breaking route off the play action. third down and two. >> he won't get the first down. great defense by oklahoma state. bobbychad wagner and burton. >> joel: great play from walterscheid who forces the ball inside of him. >> gus: baylor on fourth down. going for it. they may have been turned
by jim grobe to go for it on fourth down. combining on the tackle. oklahoma stopped them. >> joel: i think they did. it looks like they will have to at least get that ball to the yard line. it looks like the official sticks on the far side are right on the 25. them. >> referee: short of the line. first down, oklahoma state. >> joel: boy, that is just -- >> gus: why would he do that? >> joel: that is a critical mistake. there is no reason at the end of the third quarter to go for it on third down this deep in your territory. cole walterscheid was the stop of the night. what a job from his defensive end position.
spencer, the defensive coordinator tried to go so fast they were confused. that is a mistake from the coaching staff from baylor. >> gus: oklahoma state at the baylor 24. >> joel: aiavion edwards, patrick levels, they have been so good. oak state has not had -- oklahoma state has not had much success on the outside. the success they have had has been between tackles getting down hill with the run game. now they are backed up at second and 15. >> gus: closing moments of the third quarter. loss of five. second and 15.