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Oklahoma State's Ben Grogan kicks field goal during earthquake against Oklahoma

Mike Gundy; Bob Stoops Mike Gundy and Bob Stoops before kickoff, presumably talking about something earthquake-related. (Sue Ogrocki/AP)

There aren't many effective defenses for preventing a field goal -- other than relying on #collegekickers -- but an earthquake might be the best one yet.

As Oklahoma State's Ben Grogran lined up to attempt a 41-yard kick midway through the second quarter of Saturday's game against Oklahoma, a 4.5-magnitude earthquake hit just north of Oklahoma City. That didn't stop Grogan from drilling the field goal to give the Cowboys an early 10-7 lead over the Sooners.

Bedlam, indeed.

https://twitter.com/weatherchannel/status/409388859018190848

https://twitter.com/Jake_Trotter/status/409384649622683649

https://twitter.com/Jake_Trotter/status/409384776022241281

https://twitter.com/CowboyFB/status/409385907704188928

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