In what could have been his final game played in his home state of Texas, Charlie Moore, a product of Bullard High School, scored Oklahoma State's final touchdown of the day as the No. 12-ranked Cowboys bashed theTexas Longhorns, 38-13, in front of 99,739 patrons at DKR Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
Moore's 12-yard grab from quarterback Clint Chelf, gave the Cowboys a 37-13 lead, prior the extra point being served up.
Moore led Oklahoma State in receiving, hauling in six grabs for 93 yards, with his longest covering 24 yards.
Moore is a senior slot receiver for the Cowboys.
He has come up 26 catches this season totaling 321 yards (12.3 yards per catch) and has four touchdowns.
Oklahoma State (9-1, 6-1 Big 12) hosts No. 4-ranked Baylor on Saturday before closing out the regular season at home against arch-rival Oklahoma on Dec. 7 (kick-off time to be announced).
There is some speculation that the Cowboys could wind up playing in the Cotton Bowl, which would give Moore, who play quarterback during his days at Bullard, one final opportunity to play on home soil.