Here’s how you can watch Saturday’s Central Michigan vs #22 Oklahoma State game at Boone Pickens Stadium in Oklahoma online.
The #22nd ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys will be taking on Central Michigan at home after blowing out Southeastern Louisiana Lions 61-7. For Central Michigan, they too are coming off a demolishing victory over Presbyterian College Blue Hose 49-3. This weeks game will be a lot closer than any of those scores.
Quarterback Cooper Rush will be the main focus for the Cowboys. It wasn’t the best of days for Rush who finished with just 237 yards to go along with one touchdown and two interceptions.
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“We saw Cooper Rush last year and he’s steady. He’s a senior now. He’s put up a lot of yardage. He’s savvy to get free on rush and he’s got a great touch. He can throw the deep-out cuts. Basically, besides the tight end, they’ve got the whole wide-fence back, and they pretty much move the ball on everybody they play,” Cowboys defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer said. “He can throw the deep-out cuts. Basically, besides the tight end, they’ve got the whole wide-fence back, and they pretty much move the ball on everybody they play.”
Oklahoma State also knows that Rush played well against them last season, even though the Cowboys came away with the victory (24-13). The Chippewas quarterback finished the day completing 28 of 41 passes for 225 yards, rushed for 51 and scored the Chippewas’ touchdown.
Also, the running game for Central Michigan will need to come into play as they will need to slow down the offense juggernaut of Oklahoma State. Jahray Hayes had nine carries for 43-yards and three touchdowns last week. While Devon Spalding carried the ball 15 times for 135 yards and a score.
The Cowboys seemed to score at will against Southeastern Louisiana, and before the game could end, and Oklahoma State had transgressed from second-to-third team players on the field. The offense wasn’t the only ones putting up points either. The defense got involved with two touchdowns of their own.
Due to the blowout win, quarterback Mason Rudolph got about a half game worth of work in. He finished with 18-of-26 passes for 188 yards and two touchdowns but Oklahoma State is much more than that. They have a solid defense and a solid running game and top prospect James Washington at wide receiver.
This game will test the defense of the Chippewas versus the offense of the Cowboys. Central Michigan’s defense is tough. They rank fourth overall in total defense after one week, returning eight starters from last season’s unit that was 16th in the country.
Keep your eyes on Cooper Rush from Central Michigan, and Barry Sanders Jr from Oklahoma State. Sanders is the son of Hall of Fame great Barry Sanders and is nearly as electric.
Here’s how to watch Saturday’s Central Michigan vs Oklahoma State game online:
Date: Saturday, September 10 Start Time: 12:00 p.m. ET Location: Stillwater, OK Venue: Boone Pickens Stadium TV: Fox Sports Live Stream:Fox Sports 1
This shouldn’t be much of a challenge for Oklahoma State as their offense is just too much for the Central Michigan defense, but if you like “air shows”, this game should deliver. The Cowboys are 20 point favorites