December 24, 2012
Secondary ready for challenge
Oklahoma State doesn't have just one quarterback who has torched defenses this season.
Clint Chelf, J.W. Walsh and Wes Lunt have each gotten starts because of injuries and done enough in each of their snaps to help the Cowboys average 333.4 passing yards per game. That ranks No. 7 in the FBS.
They've all thrown for at least 1,000 yards - the first time that's happened in Big 12 history - and have combined to complete 62 percent of passes and throw for 29 touchdowns and 3,965 yards.
Purdue's defensive backs see those numbers and think one thing: Opportunity.
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