Sunday, September 18, 2011
Cowboys eating up new Tulsa QB
By ESPN.com staff
Tulsa QB G.J. Kinne is one of college football's best dual threats, but he's done for the night with a knee injury.
His replacement, Kalen Henderson, looks a bit overmatched in trying to keep up with Oklahoma State's Brandon Weeden.
The Cowboys lead, 31-6, at halftime and Weeden has completed passes to eight different receivers.
Henderson has completed just one of his six attempts for 11 yards and had a pass intercepted by Justin Gilbert.
Weeden has thrown a pair of interceptions, and now has six on the year, but the Cowboys are rolling. Unless Kinne makes a very unlikely second-half return, it looks like this long night will be even longer for the Golden Hurricane.
It hasn't been a very tight performance for Oklahoma State, and coach Mike Gundy lamented his team's sloppy play on the way into the locker room, but it's been enough for a strong first half.