- David Ubben, College Football
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STILLWATER, Okla. -- Oklahoma State didn't come after Sooners quarterback Landry Jones in a big way on the opening drive. Jones, however, did have one ugly overthrow to the sidelines and forced another pass deep to James Hanna that was nearly intercepted and got Hanna drilled by Markelle Martin.
Once the Cowboys turned up the blitzes, they worked.
Jones took two huge shots and got planted into the turf and had no time to throw. The result: A three-and-out.
We're still scoreless in Stillwater, but the Cowboys defense has shown up early, and it's clear Jones has noticed. He's 2-of-7 for 11 yards, and Oklahoma State's gotten the best of him so far.
After completing his first two passes, his next five have been incomplete.