STILLWATER — Without one of its biggest offensive weapons Saturday, Oklahoma State relied on its other two stars and its defense Saturday in a win against TCU.

Before the game, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy confirmed to ESPN that receiver Tylan Wallace was out for the season with a knee injury suffered Wednesday in practice.

The Cowboys still seemed to have plenty on offense, though, with quarterback Spencer Sanders and running back Chuba Hubbard.

Hubbard cracked the 200-yard barrier for the fourth time this season and had a pair of touchdowns. Sanders was only 9-of-15 passing, but threw for two touchdowns and also ran for more than 80 yards. Both of Sanders' touchdowns went to former Jenks star Dillon Stoner, who had almost 100 yards receiving.

The OSU defense contributed four turnovers, including three interceptions. The Cowboys defense also forced a three-and-out with 4:15 left in the game, as OSU tried to hang onto a 31-24 lead.