STILLWATER, Okla. -- Zac Robinson threw for 279 yards and
two scores, and Perrish Cox returned a punt for a touchdown as
Oklahoma State beat Sam Houston State 39-to-3.
The outing spoiled former Oklahoma quarterback Rhett Bomar's
return to the state as a player since he was dismissed from the
Sooners for violating NCAA rules.
Bomar completed 22-of-40 passes for 270 yards before being
replaced in the fourth quarter. He is ranked third among Football
Championship Subdivision players with an average of 322.7 yards on
OSU (3-2) started to distance itself when Cox fielded a punt on
one bounce and wove his way down the field en route to a 49-yard
score that pushed the Cowboys' lead to 25-3.
Adarius Bowman caught eight passes for 141 yards and a score,
while Julius Crosslin and Kendall Hunter each added touchdown runs.
Sam Houston State lost its ninth straight game against Football
Bowl Subdivision teams and fell to 2-21 all-time.