With a deep out pattern to Chris Lacy, Mason Rudolph became the all-time leading passer in Oklahoma State history.
Linebacker Kenneth Edison-McGruder, whose fumble return for a touchdown was one of the highlights of Oklahoma State’s 59-24 win over Tulsa, did not make the trip to South Alabama after sustaining an undisclosed injury.
Oklahoma State’s backup linebackers for Friday’s game included Gyasi Akem, Kirk Tucker and Amen Ogbongbemiga.
To add to Oklahoma State’s depth issues at linebacker, Bundage was ejected in the third quarter for a hit on South Alabama running back Xavier Johnson.
South Alabama starting quarterback Cole Garvin lasted one drive Friday before exiting with an ankle injury.
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