Corey Bennett provided the final score on a 10-yard TD run with 1:20 remaining.
"We was just running the ball. It wasn't like we was trying to run up the score," Randle said. "I don't know what to say about it."
After the opening quarter, the Cowboys took it relatively easy by using a slew of reserves from far down the depth chart. By the end of the third quarter, 94 different Oklahoma State players had taken the field.
There were 10 new starters on a team that lost stars Brandon Weeden and Justin Blackmon to the first round of the NFL draft after finishing last season ranked No. 3.
It ended up as the most lopsided victory for OSU since a 117-0 rout of Southwestern Oklahoma in 1916 and Savannah State's worst loss since a 98-0 defeat against Bethune-Cookman in 1953, a season when the Tigers were outscored 444-6.
Lunt threw for 129 yards while playing only four offensive series, the only tuneup the freshman will get before a road trip to Arizona next week.
Not among the dozens of Oklahoma State players who participated was top returning receiver Tracy Moore, who was suspended one game after getting his third citation from police over a six-month span just over a week ago.
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