AUSTIN, Texas -- Oklahoma State looks like it's had enough of long drives.
After scoring on an 11-play, 63-yard drive, the Cowboys turned the next possession into a drag race. They only needed two plays and 45 seconds for their next touchdown to take a 16-3 lead early in the second quarter.
Quarterback Brandon Weeden dropped in a perfect pass to a streaking Justin Blackmon down the right sideline for a 67-yard touchdown pass, just out of reach of cornerback Aaron Williams, who was running step-for-step with Blackmon.
Blackmon's already on pace for another huge game, further thrusting himself into the Heisman discussion. He's got four catches for 116 yards and a touchdown, and we're still a long way from halftime.
Of course, if the Cowboys keep this up, he might have to take a seat for the fourth quarter.