STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) -- Zac Robinson threw two touchdown passes to star receiver Dez Bryant and also scored on a quarterback sneak as No. 9 Oklahoma State proved itself deserving of its highest preseason ranking ever by beating 13th-ranked Georgia 24-10 on Saturday.
The Cowboys capitalized on a fourth quarter fumble by new Georgia starting quarterback Joe Cox to seal the season-opening win on a 12-yard touchdown pass from Robinson to Bryant.
The two also hooked up on an impressive 46-yard score in the first half that got Oklahoma State's offense going after a sloppy start.
Robinson finished with 135 yards on 11 for 22 passing, and Bryant made the most of his three catches for 77 yards.
Cox was 15 for 30 for 162 yards with one touchdown and one interception.
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