Live In-Game Updates: FINAL: Oklahoma State 41, Texas 34 – Sports Illustrated

  • October 23, 2022

The No. 20 Texas Longhorns and No. 11 Oklahoma State Cowboys meet for the 37th all-time meeting, as the Big 12 rivals clash in Stillwater on Saturday with major conference championship implications on the line. Texas leads the all-time series 26-10, but dropped last year's meeting 32-24 in Austin.
Saturday marks the first time since 2009 that both teams will face each other ranked in the top 20. The third-ranked Longhorns beat the 13th-ranked Cowboys 41-14 in Stillwater. This was the final victory of a 12-game winning streak that Texas had over Oklahoma State dating back to 1997. The streak was broken the following year with the departure of legendary Longhorns quarterback Colt McCoy.
McCoy was the undoubted leader for that Texas team. Longhorns coach Steve Sarkisian seems to expect the same from quarterback Quinn Ewers headed in Stillwater on Saturday.
"It's natural that most quarterbacks are the ones that are the head of the snake," Sarkisian said of Ewers. "I think that that bodes well for our team … He's got that about him."
Saturday will mark the first true road game Ewers has played this season. He missed the loss to the Texas Tech Red Raiders in Lubbock on Sept. 24 and got a slight feel for an opposing crowd in the Red River Showdown on Oct. 8.
Sarkisian doesn't seem to be worried about how he'll handle his first road test.
"Obviously Quinn's got a great deal of composure. He's got poise, I never feel like the moment's too big for him. If it is, he doesn't show it … He's got a great poker face. If he is a little anxious or is feeling a little uncertain, he always seems to kinda give that confident feeling."
Live updates will appear below at kickoff.
FIRST QUARTER
INTERCEPTION OKLAHOMA STATE: Longhorns qu arterback Quinn Ewers sails a pass on the third play of the game which is intercepted by Jason Taylor II.
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FIELD GOAL OKLAHOMA STATE: Texas' defense holds up and forces a 48-yard field goal from Cowboys kicker Tanner Brown, who gives Oklahoma State a 3-0 lead.
OSU 3, Texas 0
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TOUCHDOWN TEXAS: Longhorns running back Bijan Robinson darts through the defense for a 42-yard score to cap a four-play, 71-yard drive to giver Texas a 7-3 lead.
Texas 7, OSU 3
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TOUCHDOWN OKLAHOMA STATE: Three penalties from Texas and a 41-yard completion from Spencer Sanders to receiver Bryson Green helped running back Dominic Richardson power his way in for a four-yard touchdown.
OSU 10, Texas 7
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The Longhorns quickly three-and-out and punted, but the ball hit the Cowboys as Keilan Robinson recovered to give Texas the ball at the OSU 25-yard line. But the Longhorns were unable to do anything with gifted possession and turned it over on downs four plays later.
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But the Cowboys went three-and-out as well, giving Texas the ball back.
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Ewers found receiver Xavier Worthy for a 30-yard catch on the right sideline to begin the drive.
TOUCHDOWN TEXAS: Ewers connected with Worthy on a short 11-yard catch-and-run touchdown to give the Horns a 14-10 lead.
Texas 14, OSU 10
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The Cowboys went three-and-out again, giving the ball back to Texas.
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But the Longhorns failed to convert on deep shots down the field and punted after five plays.
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END OF FIRST QUARTER: Texas 14, OSU 10
SECOND QUARTER
BLOCKED PUNT TEXAS: Longhorns defensive back Morice Blackwell Jr. blocked the punt and gave Texas the ball the OSU 49-yard line.
TOUCHDOWN TEXAS: Ewers found Bijan Robinson all alone for a 41-yard touchdown to give the Horns a 21-10 lead.
Texas 21, OSU 10
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TOUCHDOWN OKLAHOMA STATE: Richardson capped off an eight-play, 75-yard drive with a one-yard touchdown to cut into Texas' lead.
Texas 21, OSU 17
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FIELD GOAL TEXAS: The Longhorns used a 32-yard catch-and-run from freshman receiver Brenen Thompson to get down to the red zone, but Texas was unable to capitalize and settled for a 37-yard field goal from kicker Bert Auburn.
Texas 24, OSU 17
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INTERCEPTION TEXAS: Sanders threw a lob to the back right corner of the end zone, but Texas cornerback Ryan Watts got himself in position to make the pick and came down with the juggling interception.
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TOUCHDOWN TEXAS: The Longhorns take advantage of the interception, as running back Roschon Johnson gashed the Cowboys for a 52-yard touchdown.
The Longhorns fell in disappointing fashion to the Oklahoma State Cowboys 41-34
Texas Longhorns linebacker Ovie Oghoufo exited Saturday's game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
Longhorns star Bijan Robinson has led the Longhorns to a first half lead over the Oklahoma State Cowboys
Texas 31, OSU 17
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TOUCHDOWN OKLAHOMA STATE: The Cowboys responded quickly, as OSU running back Jaden Nixon used a 51-yard run to set up Richardson for a two-yard score, his third of the half.
Texas 31, OSU 24
HALFTIME
THIRD QUARTER
The Cowboys went three-and-out to begin the half.
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But the Longhorns returned the favor and were forced to punt it back after three plays.
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The defenses continued strong play early in the second half, as the Cowboys picked up just 18 yards before punting again.
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The Longhorns' offensive woes kept up, as they went three-and-out for the second time of the half.
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The Cowboys seemed primed to put together the first solid drive of the half by either team, but the Texas defense stepped up and got the ball back after forcing another punt.
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The Longhorns began the next drive with a 30-yard catch-and-run by Worthy, but Texas punted three plays later. Longhorns punter Daniel Trejo pinned OSU down at the one-yard line.
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The poor field position for OSU forced another three-and-out, as the Longhorns defense continued a strong second half.
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Worthy returned the punt al the way to the Cowboys 20-yard line.
FIELD GOAL TEXAS: But the Longhorns didn't capitalize on the incredible field position and had to settle for a 33-yard field goal from Auburn.
Texas 34, OSU 24
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FIELD GOAL OKLAHOMA STATE: The Cowboys used a seven-play, 52-yard drive to get into field goal range where Brown nailed a 40-yard field goal.

Texas 34, OSU 27
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The Longhorns had their third three-and-out of the half and quickly punted back to the Cowboys.
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TOUCHDOWN OKLAHOMA STATE: Sanders finds receiver Brennan Presley for a 10-yard touchdown to tie the game in the fourth quarter.
Texas 34, OSU 34
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Bijan Robinson began Texas' next drive with a bruising 11-yard run.
But the struggles continued, as the Longhorns punted three plays later.
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The Cowboys went three-and-out, giving the ball back to Texas.
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TOUCHDOWN OKLAHOMA STATE: The Cowboys took the lead as receiver Bryson Green broke multiple tackles and found the end zone on a 41-yard catch-and-run.
OSU 41, Texas 34
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FINAL: Oklahoma State 41, Texas 34
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