Fresh off arguably their most impressive performance of the season, the second-ranked and undefeated Oklahoma State Cowboys hit the road for a Big 12 Conference clash with the Iowa State Cyclones on Friday night.
Oklahoma State is 10-0 for the first time ever, and the program's seven conference wins marks a new record as well. A victory this week would clinch a share of the Big 12 title, the first for the Cowboys since 1976. Last weekend, they were completely dominant in a road game against Texas Tech, jumping out to 49-0 lead at intermission en route to a 66-6 victory.
Iowa State has three games remaining on its schedule and needs only one more victory to earn bowl eligibility. Don't expect the win to come easily for head coach Paul Rhoads, however, as his Cyclones must face Oklahoma and Kansas State following this affair. ISU has won its last two outings and has been idle since a 13-10 triumph over Kansas on November 5.
Game date, time: 8:00 pm ET, Friday, Nov 18
Location: Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, Iowa
TV channel: ESPN
Spread: Oklahoma State favored by 25.
Series history: Oklahoma State leads, 25-17-3.
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