Weeden, Jones both struggling to start

STILLWATER, Okla. -- This game was billed an offensive showdown, but it's tough to get that started with both quarterbacks playing like they are early on.

Neither Oklahoma's Landry Jones or Oklahoma State's Brandon Weeden have a touchdown pass, but both have ugly interceptions.

Weeden's receivers have come down with an untimely case of the dropsies, which haven't helped his numbers. That'll have to stop for the Cowboys to erase their 7-3 deficit after the first quarter.

Weeden is just 5-of-12 for 40 yards, and his interception was a forced throw over the middle, tipped by Oklahoma's Tony Jefferson and picked off by safety Quinton Carter. He hasn't completed a pass to Biletnikoff Award finalist Ryan Broyles.

Oklahoma's Jones, meanwhile, has hit passes downfield to convert a pair of third-and-longs. But Broderick Brown intercepted a Jones along the right sideline when Jones tried to throw the ball away. Jones is just 8-of-17 for 80 yards.

For Oklahoma State's receivers, nerves look to be playing a factor. Those drops are completely out of character for them. The easy guess is whoever gets back on track first leaves with a win.