Oklahoma State's football team leads West Virginia 13-0 after one quarter at Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown, West Virginia, on Saturday.
Hill rushed for 42 yards on the game's first two plays, but fumbled on his second carry and was hurt. Grier's fourth interception came with OSU leading 37-24 and the Cowboys converted the pick into a touchdown and a three-possession lead with 8:22 remaining.
That defense will be challenged by No. 22 West Virginia (5-2, 3-1) and quarterback Will Grier, who leads the nation in touchdowns with 26, and has just five interceptions. Washington finished with seven catches for 91 yards, though Oklahoma State's offensive star was backup running back J.D. King.
The win - QB Mason Rudolph's 29th as a starting QB, breaking him of a tie with his coach Mike Gundy - means Oklahoma State moves to 7-1 and stays near the top of the Big 12.
Rudolph finished 20-of-34 for 216 yards with four total scores.
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Rudolph also had a 1-yard touchdown in the first half to put the Cowboys up 13-0.
West Virginia will start off with a neutral site game against struggling Tennessee, and go on the road to face a strong NC State team to round out the pre-conference schedule.
The Mountaineers were forced to punt, and the Cowboys once again turned the ball over.
- Rudolph also needs nine completions to match Brandon Weeden's career mark of 767. Cowboys RB Justice Hill entered Saturday averaging 127 yards per game, and finished with 86 yards on 12 carries.