Kansas Vs. Oklahoma State Score: Cowboys Pass Their Way to 35-7 Lead In First Quarter

Well, we knew it was going to be a tough game for Kansas against Oklahoma State this week, and it sure was. Oklahoma State won 35-7 after -- what's that? Oh, you mean that's the score after the first quarter? Oh my.

Brandon Weeden is 16-of-18 for 223 yards and 4 touchdowns. And while these things never pan out for a variety of reasons, that puts Weeden on pace to go 64-of-72 for 892 yards and 16 touchdowns. One of the reasons these things never pan out is because, at this rate, Weeden might not see a second-half snap.

Part of the pace is that Oklahoma State has only run the ball five times, which is why they've scored 35 points while holding the ball for just a shade over five minutes in the first quarter. Kansas, for it's part, has turned the ball over twice and gained 111 yards. But that hardly seems to matter right now.

For more on the offense explosion, head over to Oklahoma State blog Cowboys Ride For Free. There's more on the Jayhawks at Kansas blog Rock Chalk Talk and SB Nation Kansas City.

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