LAWRENCE, Kansas (Ticker) -- Josh Fields kept his streak going in a big way.
Fields completed a touchdown pass for the 12th straight game, then threw five more to lead Oklahoma State to a 55-20 Big 12 Conference rout of Kansas.
With his six touchdown passes, Fields broke an Oklahoma State record that dated to 1944. With two games left, he also moved past Mike Gundy's 1988 season mark of 19 scoring passes.
Fields, a sophomore, completed 17-of-27 passes for 354 yards and was not intercepted. His performance moved the Cowboys (5-5, 3-3 Big 12 South) to within a win of bowl eligibility. Oklahoma State plays home games the next two weeks against Baylor and No. 6 Oklahoma.
Nine players caught passes for Oklahoma State, including three who found the end zone. Junior wideout Rashaun Woods hauled in seven passes for 171 yards and three touchdowns, including a 69-yarder with 3:52 left in the first quarter that put the Cowboys ahead to stay, 13-7.
Kansas (2-10, 0-8 Big 12 North) got a big game from Clark Green, who rushed 29 times for 160 yards and a touchdown. Jayhawks quarterback Zach Dyer completed 14-of-28 passes for 161 yards and a score.
The Jayhawks scored the rest of their points field goals by Johnny Beck, who was successful from 42 and 36 yards, but missed from 32.
Oklahoma State had to punt only twice. The Cowboys got their seventh touchdown when linebacker Terrence Robinson returned a fumble 93 yards 1:55 into the fourth quarter.