Oklahoma State punt returner Tyreek Hill returned a punt 92 yards for a touchdown to tie up Saturday's game vs. Oklahoma.
Oklahoma State punt returner Tyreek Hill returned a punt 92 yards for a touchdown to tie up Saturday's game vs. Oklahoma in the fourth quarter. The Cowboys later pulled off the upset of the No. 20 Sooners in overtime on a 21-yard field goal.
The Cowboys (6-6) were trailing 35-29 with less than a minute remaining when Hill went back to receive the punt from Sooners punter Jed Barnett. Hill, who returned 24 punts this season for 161 yards and 29 kickoffs for 709 yards and two touchdowns, went untouched to the end zone thanks to OSU's blocking.
In overtime, Oklahoma (8-4) received the ball first but missed a 44-yard field goal. The Cowboys then won the game on the 21-yard field goal by Ben Grogan.
Oklahoma held a 28-14 lead at one point in the second quarter thanks to 14 unanswered points to end the first half. After both teams went scoreless in the third quarter, Oklahoma State scored 21 points in the fourth quarter. Seven came on a 43-yard pass from Mason Rudolph to Brandon Sheperd that brought the Cowboys to within 35-28.
- Mike Fiammetta