The Cowboys defeated Iowa State 31-10 on Saturday knocking Iowa State out of poll and BCS consideration.
Statistically, the Cowboys remain the top offense in Division I FBS football as they average a high of 605.3 yards a game. On Saturday, the Cowboys finished with 625 yards of offense, the most allowed by an Iowa State defense since a Nov. 11, 1999 51-16 loss to Nebraska when the Huskers gained 637 yards on the Cyclones.
The Cowboys are also seventh in passing offense (351 yards a game) and eighth in rushing offense (254.3 yards per contest). Oklahoma State is seventh in third down conversions with 49-of-91 converted for 53.8 percent.
Defensively, the Cowboys have improved with a 45th ranking in total defense allowing 365.8 yards per game and a No.52 ranking in scoring defense allowing 24.7 points per game.
Individually, Joseph Randle is eighth in the nation in rushing averaging 127.5 yards per game.
The Cowboys host TCU this Saturday at 2:30 p.m. inside Boone Pickens Stadium.