Another wild quarter in Stillwater, as the Texas Longhorns lead Oklahoma State 28-26 heading into the fourth quarter.
David Ash made his first big mistake of the season in the third quarter, throwing his first interception this year at the Cowboys 12-yard line that killed a lengthy Longhorns drive to start the half. The Longhorns has missed a prime chance for a big play, when a Jaxon Shipley option pass missed a wide open Mike Davis downfield.
The Cowboys would turn the ensuing 10-play drive into three points, with J.W. Walsh barely getting away with an ill-advised pass to the end zone.
Texas would answer with another lengthy drive, with David Ash capping off a 13-play, 75-yard drive with a 7-yard touchdown pass to Jaxon Shipley. Ash's third touchdown pass of the game would give the Longhorns a 28-20 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
Oklahoma State would victimize the Longhorns defense once more, needing just two plays to score following another lengthy kickoff return.
The Longhorns have now allowed 392 yards of total offense through three quarters.