OSU up 21-14 in second quarter

Tech quarterback Nick Shimonek practices before a game against OSU (Source: Devin Ward, KCBD)


It is the first conference game for the Red Raiders and they are heading into it 3-0.

Kliff Kingsbury and his team will begin at 7 p.m. Saturday inside Jones AT&T Stadium.

But, seven plays in the first quarter Oklahoma State was able to make it in the end zone bringing the score to 7-0 with around 11 minutes left. With more than 7 minutes left in the quarter Tech’s Demarcus Field took a surprise interception and brought it all the way back for a touchdown to tie the game.

In the second quarter Tech came out swinging with a touchdown within the first minute bringing the score to 14-7. But Mason Rudolph was able to throw in a touchdown pass to tie the score up again. OSU made a return to the end zone again as Rudolph threw in another touchdown.

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