Bedlam 2012: Oklahoma goes overtime to beat OSU
By Staff Reports
Friday, November 23, 2012
11/24/12 at 6:45 PM
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OKLAHOMA 51, OKLAHOMA STATE 48, OT
Oklahoma's Brennan Clay scored from 18 yards out in the first overtime, lifting the Sooners to a 51-48 win over Oklahoma State on Saturday at Owen Field.
Clay's touchdown came after Oklahoma held the Cowboys to a Quinn Sharp field goal on their first possession of overtime.
OU's Blake Bell scored from 4 yards out on fourth-and-1 with four seconds left to tie the game. The Sooners never led in regulation.
Sooners quarterback Landry Jones was 46-of-71 for 500 yards and three touchdowns. OU placed three receivers over 100 yards -- Jalen Saunders 10 for 162; Justin Brown 15 for 146 and Kenny Stills 9 for 103.
Oklahoma State jumped out to a 14-0 lead, getting rushing touchdowns of 1 and 3 yards from Joseph Randle. The second Randle run was set up by a Lyndell Johnson interception of Jones.
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SMU 35, TULSA 27
SMU turned three first-half miscues by Tulsa into 21 points, then held on for a 35-27 win over the Hurricane on Saturday.
The loss dropped Tulsa to 9-3 overall and 7-1 in Conference USA, but the Hurricane will still host Central Florida next Saturday in the C-USA Championship Game. Central Florida beat Alabama-Birmingham on Saturday to set up the rematch. Tulsa beat UCF last week at Chapman Stadium.
Errors that the Hurricane had survived during the season finally caught up to it Saturday. SMU turned a blocked punt, a fumble and an interception into a 21-0 second-quarter lead.
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OU's Aaron Colvin and Javon Harris celebrate Colvin's interception in Norman on Saturday. STEPHEN PINGRY/Tulsa World
OSU's Joseph Randle celebrates a touchdown against Oklahoma in Norman on Saturday. STEPHEN PINGRY/Tulsa World
OU coach Bob Stoops and OSU coach Mike Gundy talk before the 2011 Bedlam game at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater. CHRISTOPHER SMITH/ Tulsa World
Tulsa's Ja'terian Douglas runs up the middle as Jay Scott tackles him during the first half the Hurricane's game against SMU in Dallas on Saturday. TOM GILBERT/Tulsa World
Tulsa quarterback Cody Green warms up before the Hurricanes face SMU at Ford Stadium in Dallas on Saturday. TOM GILBERT/Tulsa World
Tulsa players celebrate after they defeated Central Florida 23-21 at Chapman Stadium last week. TOM GILBERT/Tulsa World