Cowboys left looking for answers after getting rolled by No. 22 West Virginia, 34-10

It’s hard to remember. Especially difficult after what happened Saturday night.

But just one month prior to Oklahoma State’s 34-10 homecoming loss to West Virginia — in which the Cowboy offense converted just 2-of-15 third down attempts, mustered only one touchdown and gave up two turnovers — the aura surrounding offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich’s game plan was much different.

After three-straight OSU wins in late September, the question was… Can the Cowboys’ sustain their bombs-away offense?

After what took place against the Mountaineers… Can it be resurrected?

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