The Oklahoma State Cowboys just won a ridiculously close game on the road against Texas.
It took overtime, but Matt Ammendola’s field goal and Ramon Richards’ interception of Sam Ehlinger pushed the Cowboys over the top on a day where they struggled heavily.
The Cowboys won 13-10, a feat that hasn’t happened since 1995, when Oklahoma State beat Oklahoma 12-0. Oklahoma State was 4-8 that year, a part of the Big 8, and coached by Bob Simmons.
The Longhorns helped snap another record for Oklahoma State — their nation leading 35 consecutive games scoring 20 points or more.
The Longhorns put on a defensive clinic, but Oklahoma State still came out with a victory. That bodes well for the future. It’s troubling that the Cowboys have struggled so far, but they’re still victorious, and that means they’re still alive. At this point in the season, a one loss conference champion gets into the playoff. All Oklahoma State has to do is keep winning.
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