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Series Record: Oklahoma State leads 5-3.


Oklahoma State gets its first real test _ first real game? _ of the season after pulling its starters before the end of the first quarter in an 84-0 annihilation of Savannah State. Arizona also will face a step up in competition after needing overtime to beat Toledo in its opener, a fast-paced game that featured 182 combined plays.


Oklahoma State QB Wes Lunt against Arizona’s defense. The Cowboys’ freshman starter didn’t get much of an initial test against Savannah State, completing all 11 of his passes while facing almost no resistance in four offensive series. The Wildcats don’t have a lot of defensive depth, but they’ll give Lunt a lot more to think about than Savannah State in his first start against an FBS opponent.


Oklahoma State: RB Joseph Randle. Randle has had some success against Arizona the past two seasons, rushing for 123 yards and catching 11 passes for 127 yards. He had 107 yards and a pair of touchdowns on just six carries last week against Savannah State.

Arizona: QB Matt Scott. The fifth-year senior looked sharp after two years of waiting behind Nick Foles, throwing for a career-high 387 yards and two TDs while rushing for 74 more yards. His 461 yards of offense were the third-most in school history.


Oklahoma State has beaten Arizona in each of the past two seasons: 36-10 in the 2010 Alamo Bowl and 37-14 last season in Stillwater. … Arizona and Oklahoma State both had over 600 yards of offense in their openers, though the Cowboys scored 60 more points. … Arizona scored on just one of four trips inside the 20-yard line against Toledo, including two missed field goals. … Oklahoma State has outscored Arizona by a combined 44-7 in the first half the past two meetings. … The Cowboys used 95 players against Savannah State. … Arizona has beaten a ranked opponent in seven of the past eight seasons.


Air Force (1-0) at No. 19 Michigan (0-1), 3:30 p.m. (ABC/ESPN2)

Line: Michigan by 21 1/2.

Series Record: Michigan leads 1-0.


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