Oklahoma State signal-caller Mason Rudolph, who has been largely underrated in his first three years with the Cowboys in large part because of Mayfield's star status, deserves a place alongside Mayfield and reigning Heisman victor Lamar Jackson in the conversation to be considered college football's top player.
The ninth-ranked Cowboys eventually had mercy, pulling Rudolph in the third quarter of an eventual 59-21 victory.
Rudolph, NFLDraftScout.com's top-rated senior quarterback, was replaced by backup quarterback Taylor Cornelius after Oklahoma State's first drive of the second half.
Rudolph has had his way with the Panthers defense, throwing for a 423 yards (breaking his own single-half school record) and five touchdowns through the first two quarters.
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Jalen McCleskey caught seven passes for 162 yards and three touchdowns. Pitt's offensive line has struggled protecting the quarterback, allowing eight sacks in two games. Ateman, McCleskey, Stoner and superstar wideout James Washington all surpassed the century mark, doing so before garbage time kicked in.
Oklahoma State scored touchdowns on each of its first six possessions, with the first Panthers defensive stop coming as the clock expired in the first half.
Watch NCAA Football for FREE on fuboTV: Watch over 67 live sports and entertainment channels with a 7-day FREE trial! He went 3 for 5 for 75 yards in relief of Mason Rudolph. OSU team led by so much, Rudolph was pulled halfway through the third quarter, well before the game was even close to the last quarter of football. By that time, Rudolph will hopefully have gotten his due. The Cowboys did it despite missing LSU transfer Tyron Johnson, suspended for the game for a violation of team rules.
Oklahoma State: DE DeQuinton Osborne.