The Seven Best (and Worst) Stats From Bedlam
We have to do it, guys. We have to look at some egregious numbers from Bedlam. I’ll make it short and sweet and then we’ll move on to next week and the bowl game. Here we go.1. OU averaged 4.25 points per driveHoly balls! That’s 51 points on 12 drives. Up to this point in the season, I believe OSU had held every team it had faced to under its season average in points per drive on offense. OU came in averaging 3.08.2. Home advantage?Three home games in November sounds great until you lose two of them.This will be the first time since 2009-10 that #okstate has lost multiple games at home back-to-back years.— Nathan Ruiz (@NathanSRuiz) November 29, 20153. J.W. Walsh slings itJ.W. Walsh threw as many passes in the first half on Saturday (29) as he had thrown all season. That’s not ideal.Also, now only Brandon Weeden (16) has more 300-yard passing games in Oklahoma State school history than J.W. Walsh (6). Mason Rudolph also has six. That’s pretty wild though.4. James Washington joins the 1,000-yard receiver club.I wrote about this a little here, but here are the other 1,000-yard receivers in school history:Adarius Bowman (2x)Justin Blackmon (2x)Hart Lee Dykes (2x)Rashaun Woods (3x)Dez BryantJosh StewartJames WashingtonThat’s the entire list.Also, Washington leads the country in TD receptions over 70 yards. You could make a decent case that he’s the best deep threat in the country.5. Emmanuel Ogbah gets his 13th sackBest sack seasons ever in OSU history:Leslie O’Neal — 16Gary Lewis — 14Emmanuel Ogbah — 136. That first half …OU’s 44 first-half points were the most they had scored in a Bedlam half since 1970, when they put up 45 before halftime on the way to a 66-6 win. (via ESPN)7. Ground attack is not prettyOSU rush yards the last two weeks: 140OSU opponent rush yards the last two weeks: 648[side eyes emoji]If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!