Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Oklahoma State dominates Purdue in the Heart of Dallas Bowl

It took the Cowboys from Oklahoma State seven minutes to score yesterday in the Heart of Dallas bowl, but once they started they never stopped.  They raced out to a 24-0 lead at half time and crushed Purdue 58-14.  Clint Chelf was 17-22, passed for 3 TDs and was named the game MVP.  J.W. Walsh also played QB for the Cowboys and threw 2 TDs.  As a team Oklahoma State had 524 yards of total yards of offense.

Robert Marve, the Boilermakers QB, ended the game 21-34 and 212 yds but he did throw 2 interceptions. They ended up with 5 total turnovers.

Announced attendance was 48,313.  The Heart of Dallas Bowl proceeds will benefit the Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance, a non-profit group of 53 agencies committed to fighting homelessness in the Dallas area.

Isaiah Anderson catches a 37 yard touchdown for Oklahoma State vs Purdue, 2013 Heart of Dallas Bowl

Blake Webb holds on to a TD pass from J.W. Walsh in the 2013 Heart of Dallas Bowl, Oklahoma State vs Purdue
Boilermaker QB Robert Marve attempts to pass over a Cowboy defender, 2013 Heart of Dallas Bowl, Oklahoma State vs Purdue. 
Oklahoma State QB Clint Chelf, 2013 Heart of Dallas game Most Valuable Player


3 comments:

SRQ said...

You got some nice shots! Too bad the Big 10 lost. Oh well...at least the MSU Spartans won their bowl!

Tricia Hays said...

a pink pacifier? LoL! j/k

Lynette said...

Great sports photos--you're certainly great at taking those, Jim. I always enjoy them here. Thanks!