Game ball goes to: Wide receiver Cameron Kenney—This one's tough to award because there were so many different players that contributed in huge ways. But his 86-yard touchdown on a third-and-12 play late just more than three minutes remaining was massive. Kenney finished with 141 receiving yards and two touchdowns on six receptions.
Play of the game: After OSU returned a kickoff 89 yards for a score with just 2:51 left to cut the Sooner lead to 40-38, quarterback Landry Jones found tight end James Hanna with the answer on second-and-6, a 76-yard touchdown pass that caught the Cowboys off guard.
It was over when: Slot receiver and hands team player Ryan Broyles came up with the onside kick in the final minute. It was OSU's last gasp.
Surprise of the game:The performance from Kenney. He's been on and off the field throughout the year, and no one could have expected the breakout game the senior had in this type of atmosphere and stage.
The biggest thing we learned: This team can win big time games on the road and against big time opponents. Despite all the talk about struggling away from Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, OU was able to knock off No. 9 OSU with a solid performance.
The biggest concern: There really wasn't a major concern here. But perhaps it's Jones' decision-making when throwing the ball away. Although it got better throughout the game, he could have thrown a couple of passes into the bleachers in the first half that he left shy of the sidelines even though he was trying to throw them away. They were picked off and almost proved deadly.
Streak count: Eight straight Bedlam wins