The Oklahoma State Cowboys weren’t finished scoring after a 24-point first half. Brandon Weeden drove his offense 60 yards on the opening drive of the second half to restore a 24-point lead.
Mike Gundy put the bell into Robert Blackmon’s hands twice to start the drive, moving the ball to midfield. A 15-yard penalty on Oklahoma put the Cowboys in position for a 37-yard Quinn Sharp field goal.
Early third quarter: Oklahoma State 27, Oklahoma 3