With a minute to go in the annual Bedlam rivalry game between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, the Sooners were up 35-28 and punted. It was a fine idea except for the fact that the ball went right to track star Tyreek Hill, who returned it 92 yards for touchdown, tying the game and forcing overtime.
Hill is a member of the OSU track and field team and is an All America in the 200 meters.
The Cowboys looked out of this game for much of the night, until scoring 21 points in the fourth quarter.
In overtime, Oklahoma missed a 44-yard field goal, while Oklahoma State made a 21-yarder for the 38-35 win. The Cowboys win Bedlam in Norman and are now bowl eligible.