Oklahoma State pulled off the stunning Bedlam upset of No. 20 Oklahoma, 38-35 in overtime.
Oklahoma State (6-6, 4-5), which earned bowl eligibility with the victory and snapped a five-game losing streak, had won just one victory in the last 11 matchups against Oklahoma, which lost on its home field for the third time this season in Big 12 play – the most in the Bob Stoops era.
Oklahoma (8-4, 5-4) took a 14-point lead after Aaron Ripkowski’s third touchdown with 7:54 to play.
Neutralized by injuries to starting running back Samaje Perine and offensive linemen Dionte Savage and Adam Shead, Oklahoma couldn’t muster a consistent attack, relying on its suspect defense to stop Oklahoma State.
Oklahoma cornerback Zack Sanchez intercepted a pass with just more than three minutes to play, but the Sooners couldn’t seal the game even though Oklahoma State had no timeouts.
After a three-and-out Hill showed his elite speed with the game-tying touchdown.
In overtime, Oklahoma attempted three straight passes – one resulting in a sack – before Hunnicutt’s field goal attempt missed wide right. Oklahoma State ran the ball five times before making the game-winning field goal.