(This article will be updated as the day progresses)

STILLWATER -- It's finally here, the game that everyone has been waiting for all season long: Bedlam. The Sooners are coming to town for a top-25 Bedlam showdown that promises to be a good one.

Oklahoma State enters this game 8-3 on the season and riding a four game win streak that started with an update of then No. 23 Iowa State on the road in Ames. Since then, the Cowboys have had defensive performances in wins over TCU, Kansas and West Virginia, a trend that they're hoping they can carry into tonight's game.

Redshirt senior quarterback Dru Brown is getting his second-straight start of the season replacing the injured Spencer Sanders. Brown had a solid performance last week against West Virginia going 22-of-29 for 196 yards and two touchdowns.

As for the Heisman candidate running back Chuba Hubbard, he helped carry the Pokes to victory with 26 carries for 106 yards, and hauled in seven receptions for 88 yards.

The Cowboys will also be leaning on multiple defensive leaders including Amen Ogbongbemiga, Malcolm Rodriguez, A.J. Green, Tre Sterling and Kolby Harvell-Peel. In the game against WVU, they combined for 31 tackles.

The goal for the defense is to stop OU quarterback Jalen Hurts. He's thrown for 3,184 yards and 30 touchdowns, but he's also the Sooners' leading rusher. He's carried the ball 180 times for 1,156 yards and 17 touchdowns.

This is our official game thread for Bedlam, so I'll be updating this article as the day progresses, as well as once the game gets underway. But we'd love to have conversations with everyone, so join in the discussion in the comment section below!

Oklahoma State is wearing a uniform combo that they've had a lot of success in. Can the Cowboys get it done again?

Oklahoma State won the toss, will kick off to start the game.

FIRST QUARTER

Touchdown: Jalen Hurts runs for 28 yards and the score (13:14) Oklahoma State trails 7-0.

TOUCHDOWN! Chuba Hubbard gets into the end zone from three yards out! (9:02) Oklahoma State 7-7.

SACK! Amen Ogbongbemiga and Malcolm Rodriguez combine for a four-yard loss!

Great pass coverage there by Tre Sterling to prevent the touchdown and force an OU field goal

Field goal: OU hits a 42-yard field goal (3:00) Oklahoma State 10-7.

End of the first quarter:

Oklahoma State trails 10-7

Dru Brown: 5-of-6 for 43 yards.

Chuba Hubbard: Five carries for 45 yards and one touchdown.

SECOND QUARTER

Touchdown: Jalen Hurts catches a pass from four-yards out for the score. (14:54) OSU trails 17-7.

FIELD GOAL! Matt Ammendola sneaks it over the cross bar from 43-yards out (9:40) Oklahoma State trails 17-10.

Field goal: OU hits another field goal (5:06) Oklahoma State trails 20-10.

FIELD GOAL! Matt Ammendola knocks home a 25 yard field goal as the first half expires (00:00) Oklahoma State trails 20-13.

HALFTIME: Oklahoma State trails 20-13.

Screenshot_2019-11-30 OU 20, OSU 13 - (QTR 2)

THIRD QUARTER

SACK! Freshman Trace Ford with the HUGE sack on Jalen Hurts forcing a fourth down and OU's first punt of the day!

HURDLE! Quarterback Dru Brown hurdles a defender and picks up the first down!

BIG PLAY ALERT! Dru Brown finds Braydon Johnson for 44 yards and the first down down to the OU 13 yard line.

FIELD GOAL! Matt Ammendola knocks it home from 26 yards (9:41) Oklahoma State trails 20-16.

Touchdown: Brooks gets into the end zone from three yards out (3:22) Oklahoma State trails 27-16.

END OF THE THIRD QUARTER: Oklahoma State trails 27-16

Screenshot_2019-11-30 OU 27, OSU 16 - (QTR 4)

FOURTH QUARTER

Touchdown: Willis gets into the end zone (10:21) Oklahoma State trails 34-16.

Turnover on downs: Chuba Hubbard was unable to pick up the first down, giving OU the ball on the OSU 35 yard line.

FINAL

Oklahoma State falls to Oklahoma 34-16.

Screenshot_2019-11-30 OU 34, OSU 16 - FINAL