Cowboys eating up new Tulsa QB

Tulsa QB G.J. Kinne is one of college football's best dual threats, but he's done for the night with a knee injury.

His replacement, Kalen Henderson, looks a bit overmatched in trying to keep up with Oklahoma State's Brandon Weeden.

The Cowboys lead, 31-6, at halftime and Weeden has completed passes to eight different receivers.

Henderson has completed just one of his six attempts for 11 yards and had a pass intercepted by Justin Gilbert.

Weeden has thrown a pair of interceptions, and now has six on the year, but the Cowboys are rolling. Unless Kinne makes a very unlikely second-half return, it looks like this long night will be even longer for the Golden Hurricane.

It hasn't been a very tight performance for Oklahoma State, and coach Mike Gundy lamented his team's sloppy play on the way into the locker room, but it's been enough for a strong first half.