Photo Gallery - Oklahoma State
Colt McCoy had his first pass of the day intercepted and returned for a score, but he came back to hit on 20 of 27 passes and a touchdown.
Ishie Oduegwu (5 tackles) and Rashad Bobino (7 tackles) combine to stop OSU's Dantrell Savage.
Jermichael Finley scores on a 20-yard strike from Colt McCoy to close the OSU lead to 21-14.
Marcus Griffin led Texas with nine tackles.
Jamaal Charles had 16 carries for 180 yards and three scores, including another huge fourth quarter with 125 yards and two TDs.
Ryan Palmer brings down OSU quarterback Zac Robinson.
I think this is the first time I've seen Quan Cosby drop a catchable pass, proof that it was a truly strange day in Stillwater.
Roddrick Muckelroy tackles Zac Robinson, one of his team-high nine stops for the game
Jordan Shipley hauls in a 60-yard bomb from Colt McCoy to set up the tying score.
Vondrell McGee churns his way toward the end zone.
Colt McCoy topped 100 yards rushing on this play that set the table for Ryan Bailey's winning FG.
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