Fresno State’s offense looked good and Fresno State was in good spirits at the end of a 24-17 win over Oklahoma State on Saturday.
The Bulldogs were led by star quarterback Cody Kessler and a strong defensive effort, led by senior cornerback Trevon Stewart.
Kessler completed 17 of 30 passes for 208 yards and two touchdowns, with Stewart catching five passes for 88 yards and a touchdown.
The two receivers combined for three catches for 71 yards, with the offense scoring a touchdown on a 1-yard run by Kessler.
The senior quarterback completed eight of nine passes for 133 yards and three touchdowns, while the defense finished with 19 tackles for loss.
Junior safety Cody Miller was a big reason why Fresno State led for most of the game, with a pair of interceptions and a fumble recovery.
The No. 12 team in the nation, Fresno State has won 11 straight games against Oklahoma State.
The Cougars have lost six straight games in Oklahoma City.
The Sooners (4-5, 1-5 Big 12) are coming off a bye week, which helps the No. 3 team in Conference USA, and the Cougars also have a bye next week.
Fresno State also plays Oklahoma State in the Big 12 title game, which is scheduled for Dec. 13 at the Cotton Bowl.
Oklahoma State has lost four straight games to Fresno State, which has lost three of the last four.
FBS-best passing offense Fresno State is averaging 5.3 yards per attempt and is completing 61.2 percent of its passes.
The defense is yielding just 2.3 points per drive.
Oklahoma City is allowing 4.5 yards per play and is allowing 49.6 yards per game.
Oklahoma is third nationally with an average of 19.3 rushing yards per contest.
Oklahoma also is fifth nationally with 713 rushing yards, while Fresno State ranks second with 635.
Fresno is allowing just two touchdowns on the season.