Vicent Taylor told me before the season he wanted to block six field goals. He’s got one now. #okstate— Hayden Kyle Barber (@HK_Barber) September 3, 201669: I wouldn’t have expected anything else, but OSU played nearly 70 players on Saturday against SE Louisiana. For the sake of context, SE Louisiana only played 50.Per the final stat book, 69 (!!!) different #OKstate players saw the field today.— Kyle Fredrickson (@kylefredrickson) September 4, 2016$385,000: I thought this was some interesting #mathCost to play SELA: $385,000Attendance: 50,079Theoretic average ticket cost to make up the difference: $7.69 + taxI’m sure you paid more.— Hayden Kyle Barber (@HK_Barber) September 3, 201613: Initially ESPN listed OSU as having 14 players who caught passes, but the actual number seems to be only 13. Still that’s impressive. SE Louisiana only completed four total passes to three players!If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers! There was a lot going on at Boone Pickens Stadium on Saturday afternoon in OSU’s first game of 2016, but here were six numbers that stuck out to me (most of them participation-related) in Game 1.8: Twenty freshmen – 12 redshirts and eight true – played on Saturday. The eight freshmen are as follows:Calvin BundageMadre HarperJustice HillA.J. GreenDillon StonerObi ObialoMax AllanChance CookThat’s pretty impressive considering how much depth and how many veterans this squad was returning.1: Freshman cornerback Madre Harper recovered a fumble in the end zone on OSU’s opening punt, marking a touchdown on his first career touch. I wonder how many times that has happened. Can’t be many, especially for OSU.2: Vincent Taylor’s blocked field goal in the third quarter was the second block of his career. He’s making hay on his preseason prediction for himself.