On offense, the 1969 team averaged 19.7 points scored, 132.0 rushing yards, and 164.1 passing yards per game. On defense, the team allowed an average of 20.0 points scored, 188.0 rushing yards, and 155.3 passing yards per game. The team's statistical leaders included Bob Deerinwater with 587 rushing yards, Bob Cutburth with 1,593 passing yards, and Hermann Eben with 733 receiving yards and 42 points scored.
Offensive lineman John Ward was selected by the AFCA, FWAA, and Kodak as a first-team All-American. Ward, middle guard John Little, halfback Benny Goodwin, and tackle Jerry Sherk were selected as first-team All-Big Eight Conference players. Linebacker Gary Darnell set a single-game Oklahoma State record with 27 tackles against Texas Tech on October 4, 1969. John Gates set the Oklahoma State record for interceptions in a season with 8.