The Oklahoma State Cowboys were dominated at home by a Sun Belt school that didn’t have a football program until 2009, and has only been in the FBS since 2012.
South Alabama cruised to a 33-7 stomping of Oklahoma State in front of a packed crowd at Boone Pickens Stadium.
OSU had 208 yards of total offense to South Alabama’s 395. OSU had 381 punt yards.
South Alabama scored the first 23 points of the game to take a 23-0 lead into halftime. The win was South Alabama’s first over a Power Five opponent since 2016 against Mississippi State, 21-20.
Gunnar Gundy finished 9-of-18 for 64 yards. He also exited as OSU’s leading rusher with 10 carries for 27 yards before Elijah Collins took that spot with 31 yards on nine attempts.
Alan Bowman started at quarterback for the second week in a row, going 6-of-12 for 42 yards and an interception.
The Cowboys start their Big 12 schedule next, traveling to Iowa State at 3 p.m. Saturday. The Cyclones lost to Ohio 10-7 on Saturday.