2. Oklahoma State’s O couldn’t get going
Give the Texas A&M defense credit for keeping the high-powered Oklahoma State offense from going off, but it would’ve been nice to have seen all the parts in place.
Granted, A&M was missing the depth at running back and didn’t have a few other parts, but Oklahoma State QB Spencer Sanders didn’t go – after being rumored this week to jump back in – and the receiving corps hasn’t been the same since Tylan Wallace went out earlier in the year.
Chuba Hubbard went over the 2,000-yard mark for the season, and he came up with one big dash, but he wasn’t able to take over the game and make up for the problems with a passing game that couldn’t find a groove – Dru Brown had a rough game.
The was one big 57-yard Braydon Johnson touchdown catch, but this wasn’t the Oklahoma State offense. Again, though, A&M had a lot to do with that.