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Oklahoma State Postgame Notes vs. Ole Miss

Written by  Austin Chappell - Media Relations Assistant- Oklahoma State University Saturday, 02 January 2016 16:31
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QB J.W. Walsh, DE Emmanuel Ogbah, CB Kevin Peterson, CB Miketavius Jones and WR David Glidden served as Oklahoma State captains for today’s game. They were also voted as team captains for the season by their teammates.

The Sugar Bowl marked the final collegiate game for 17 Cowboy seniors, including Jimmy Bean, Corey Bennett, Kris Catlin, Trace Clark, Kameron Doolittle, Josh Elias, David Glidden, Colby Hegwood, Michael Hunter, Miketavius Jones, Kevin King, Kevin Peterson, Bryant Reber, Jeremy Seaton, Brandon Sheperd, Ryan Simmons and J.W. Walsh.

That group of seniors had one of the best runs in Oklahoma State history, highlighted by a Big 12 championship and three trips to games now referred to as New Year's Six bowls in the last five years.

J.W. Walsh accounted for at least one touchdown in every game this season. He finished the year with 13 scores on the ground and 13 through the air. Walsh ends his decorated OSU career with the ninth-most completions (299), ninth-most passing yards (3,917) and sixth-most passing touchdowns (36) in school history. He was also responsible for 26 touchdowns in 2015, a mark that ties for the eighth-most in a single season at Oklahoma State.

QB Mason Rudolph started the game after missing nearly all of the regular season finale. He completed his first five pass attempts for 35 yards.
Ashton Lampkin recorded his fourth career interception on the opening drive of the game. It was his first interception of the season.
Oklahoma State has intercepted at least one pass in 10 of its last 11 games.

Jordan Burton recorded a sack in the first quarter to bring his season total to 3.5.

Vincent Taylor recorded his fifth sack of year two plays later.

Oklahoma State has recorded multiple sacks in 12 games this season. The Cowboys entered the bowl season ranked fourth nationally with 3.2 sacks per game, a mark that also leads the Big 12. OSU finished today’s game with two sacks.

Ben Grogan was 2-for-2 on field goal attempts, bringing his season total to 16-for-20. He has made his last five attempts. Grogan moves to fourth in school history with 315 points scored, and his 60 PATs this season finish as the 7th-most in school history.

With four catches against Ole Miss, David Glidden finishes his career with 115 career receptions, which give him the tenth-highest career mark in Oklahoma State history.

Emmanuel Ogbah concludes the season with the most quarterback hurries in school history (26) and is now ranked fourth in total career tackles for loss (40) and fourth in career sacks (28.0). This season, Ogbah notched 13.0 sacks, a mark that qualifies for the third-most in a single season in school history. His 17.5 tackles for loss also tie for the sixth-most in a single season.

James Washington made his way into the top ten in a pair of single-season receiving categories, including receiving yards (1,087) and receiving touchdowns (10). His 20.51 yards per catch also rank as the second-highest total in OSU history.


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