In yet another early contest on Saturday morning for Oklahoma State’s homecoming against West Virginia, the Red-Bull chugging Mountaineers came into Stillwater and didn’t back down in a raucus Boone Pickens Stadium.The Mountaineers jumped out to an early 3-0 lead to start the scoring, and WVU seemingly was controlling the momentum until defensive tackle Vincent Taylor forced a WVU fumble that gave OSU a first and favorable. The turnover lead to the first touchdown of the game for the Pokes to give them a 13-10 lead and steal back momentum, before shutting out the first half with a bang to score a TD to take a 20-10 lead into the break.Coming out of the second half, the Pokes had a three-minute drive that landed them in field goal position with a chance to put more points on the board but squandered an early opportunity with Benjamin Grogan falling victim to the wind and missing a long field goal attempt.But the defense tightened up in a pivotal third quarter, and after dropping a surefire INT earlier in the game, Ramon Richards pulled a rabbit out of his top hat that set up OSU in their own territory. [email protected] likes to score off turnovers.Latest case in point – Ramon Richards INT.#Big12FB on FOX https://t.co/j5VGNPAnVL— Big 12 Conference (@Big12Conference) October 29, 2016Mason Rudolph scored three plays later on the zone read keeper to give them a 27-10 advantage. But the Mountaineers scored on the second play of the fourth quarter on Skyler Howard’s own zone read keep and again in a chip shot field goal to score 10 straight and cut it to 27-20.With the offense sputtering in the second half, Mason Rudolph #PutTheTeamOnHisBack to lead them to a much-needed scoring drive with a beautiful fade to Chris Lacy in the endzone to put them up 34-20.And just as OSU fans were biting their nails with Dana Holgersen’s team in possession, the Oklahoma State defense came up with a huge INT by Kevin Henry that gave OSU the ball to allow them to run the clock.The Ice Pirate drained a safety field goal with 1:34 remaining to put the game out of reach, and just like that Mike Gundy has his sixth win over a top 10 team during his tenure in Stillwater.Oklahoma State faces Kansas State in Manhattan next Saturday.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!
Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Posted: April 17, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, LaDainian Tomlinson encourages San Diego residents to conserve power from 4 PM-9 PM KUSI Newsroom SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diego legend and NFL Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson has teamed up with Energy Upgrade California to encourage us to save energy from 4PM – 9PM each day.Tomlinson has teamed up with Energy Upgrade California to encourage San Diego residents to efficiently use power between the hours of 4 PM and 9 PM and to shift use when electricity from renewable resources are available.LT shared some insight on how you can save money on your electricity bill on Good Morning San Diego. Especially since last month, SDG&E became the first of California’s major investor-owned utilities to transition residential customers to time-of-use plans. These plans, and the strategies LT outlines, empower San Diegans to take control of how and when they use energy.Plus, we got to ask him what he thinks about the LA Chargers deciding to use the iconic powder-blue jerseys as their primary home-uniforms for the 2019 season. April 17, 2019 Awesome time hanging out with Ladainian Tomlinson this morning!!! And guess what?! He loves that the Chargers are finally going powder blues too! ???????????? #legend #Chargergreat #LTfan @LT_21 pic.twitter.com/mwfcUwAEb0— Lauren Phinney KUSI (@LaurenKUSI) April 17, 2019