6:25 p.m. | SOONERS WIN!
Overtime victory in Norman! Final: OU 51, OSU 48.
6:14 p.m. | Overtime
OU's defense holds the Pokes to a field goal in overtime and the Sooners will take over looking to score a TD for the win.
6:14 p.m. | Blake Rolls In
Touchdown Sooners! Blake Bell runs it on fourth down with seconds remaining, Hunnicutt converts and Bedlem is all knotted up, 45-45. Another week, another Sooner heart attack. Let's go Sooners!
6:09 p.m. | It's Bedlam
Landry Jones is calmly taking the Sooners down the field. Oklahoma needs a TD to tie this one back up. Can't imagine any one of the 85,824 here in the stands have left -- and we're sure many viewers are on the edge of their seats watching ESPN across the nation. It's Bedlam and we wouldn't have it any other way. Well, maybe a blowout OU win but that's for another day...
6:01 p.m. | Time for a Drive
Oklahoma's offense will start with the ball at its own 14 down by a touchdown. Both teams have two timeouts left and there's 6:18 left on the clock. Time for a drive Sooners.
5:58 p.m. | Three Over 100
First time in Oklahoma football history that the Sooners have had three receivers over 100 yards in a single game. Jalen Saunders has 129 yards,Justin Brown has 114 and Kenny Stills has 103.
5:53 p.m. | Brown Again
Another clutch catch by senior Justin Brown down the right sideline (and both have seen the OSU back draped all over him). Good to see Brown making such a contribution in his final home game in his adopted stadium. Great to have you as a Sooner Justin!
5:49 p.m. | 86th Consecutive Sellout
OU officials just announced a crowd of 85,824 in the house for tonight's game in Norman. It marks the 86th consecutive sellout for the Sooners -- a program record. Thank you Sooner fans for again showing your support here at Owen Field.
5:46 p.m. | OSU Responds
Oklahoma State responds with a clutch drive and the Sooners are down, 45-38, with 10:41 remaining in the game.
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5:33 p.m. | Another Huge Stop
Oklahoma stuffed the Pokes on the return and the defense pitched a three-and-out to get the ball back for the offense. Sooners have the ball with the game tied and 13:08 left on the clock in the fourth quarter. Electric atmosphere in Norman.
5:27 p.m. | Huge Swing
Oklahoma's defense steps up and holds the Cowboys to force the
punt and Jalen Saunders takes it to the house as the crowd here in Norman explodes. Two-point conversion is good and this one is all tied up. That was Saunders' first career punt return for a TD.
5:22 p.m. | One Quarter Left
It's the end of the third quarter here at Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. The Sooners trail OSU, 38-30, but have put the Cowboys into a third-and-18 situation to start the final 15 minutes thanks to Aaron Colvin's second sack of the day.
5:19 p.m. | Back to One Possession
It's a one-possession game in Norman again as Michael Hunnicutt's
30-yard field goal - his third 3-pointer of the day. Following two Hunnicutt field goals, OSU has turned it over (interception) and gone three-and-out.
5:08 p.m. | Time to Rally
After a costly turnover in OSU territory, the Cowboys marched the field for a 7-yard touchdown rush from Joseph Randle on third down to lead 38-27. Despite trailing by double-digits, the Sooners have outgained OSU in total yards, 417-399, and have possessed the ball five minutes more than the Cowboys.
4:53 p.m. | Saunders Hits Triple
With Jalen Saunders' 29-yard reception, he becomes the first Sooner receiver with more than 100 yards receiving on the day. Saunders
has 102 yards on five receptions so far.
4:47 p.m. | More Millard
Trey Millard, with a reception and rush, accounted for 25 yards on OU's 6-play, 23-yard field goal drive.
OU lost two yards following Millard's 12-yard rush. Michael Hunnicutt's 45-yard field goal makes it 31-27 with 12 minutes left in the quarter:
4:36 p.m. | Quick Score
On the first play of the second half, OSU struck quickly, completing a 75-yard pass from Clint Chelf to Josh Stewart to take a 31-24 lead.
4:32 p.m. | Back to Action
We're back to action in the second half with the Bedlam Game deadlocked at 24-24 in Norman. The stadium is riveted to the action as well, we're sure, as the entire state and Sooner fans across the nation and around the world. Boomer!
4:28 p.m. | Halftime Notes
OU has never had three 100-yard receivers in the same game. At the half, Stills has 87, Saunders has 73, Brown has 71 and Shepard has 56.
Jones became the first player in FBS history to have 3,000+ passing yards and 26+ touchdown passes in each of his four seasons. Jones' 25 completions is second-most in a half in OU history tied with himself and Josh Heupel.
Jones is now third in NCAA history and first in Big 12 history in career passing yards with 15,916 yards. He passed Texas Tech's Graham Harrell (2005-08) who had 15,793 yards. Jones passed Harrell on a 17-yard pass to Jalen Saunders with less than five minutes to go in the second quarter.
Trey Millard caught his fourth receiving touchdown of the year and sixth of his career on a 14-yard reception in the second quarter.
Aaron Colvin had his fourth interception of the season and fourth of his career in the second quarter. Colvin had his first sack of the season in the second quarter for a loss of four yards. He previously had 0.5 sacks in his career.
Justin Brown surpassed his career high with eight catches in the first half. His previous high was seven (Iowa State).
Kenny Stills caught his 24th career touchdown and 11th of the season just before halftime.
4:20 p.m. | In Case You Missed It...
With 285 first-half passing yards, Landry Jones currently has 15,909 yards through the air in his career. That is the all-time Big 12 record, surpassing Texas Tech's Graham Harrell (15,793). Watch the play that gave Jones the record here:
4:09 p.m. | What a Catch!
Kenny Stills saw the end zone four times last weekend with some impressive catches, but maybe none as impressive as his first today to tie the game heading into halftime. We're all tied up at 24 heading into the locker room. Check it out:
4:05 p.m. | Hurry-Up Offense
OSU has converted 4-of-7 third downs while the Sooners are 5-of-8 so far. The Cowboys' most recent one, on third-and-8, was a big one. OU would've had a three-and-out following the touchdown and gotten the ball back. The Sooners take over with 1:23 left in the half. OU has been really good offensively right before halftime in the last few weeks.
3:58 p.m. | First Again
With that TD, Jones became the first player in FBS history to have 3,000+ passing yards and 26+ touchdown passes in each of his four seasons.
3:56 p.m. | ...And Jones Finishes
Landry Jones returns to the game after being shaken up, completes a 15-yarder on third-and-10 and then follows it up with his second touchdown of the game - a 9-yarder to Jalen Saunders:
3:51 p.m. | Jones Takes Over
Landry Jones had to sit out a couple plays on the drive after taking a tough hit on the opening play of the possession.
Jones is now the all-time leading passer in Big 12 history, bypassing Texas Tech's Graham Harrell.
3:49 p.m. | Slick Pick
What an interception by Aaron Colvin, potentially stopping OSU from automatic points. The Cowboys were at the OU 19-yard line and bobbled pass by OSU was taken away by Colvin:
3:42 p.m. | Touchdown Sooners!
Landry Jones connects with Trey Millard from 14 yards out on third-and-1 for OU's first touchdown of the game. And though he didn't really need to, Millard added his signature hurdle as he crossed the goal line. OU has scored 10 of the last 13 points to get back in this one. Big series coming for the defense.
3:38 p.m. | Farniok's Fall
Redshirt freshman Derek Farniok may have just made one of the game's biggest plays. After Blake Bell converted a third-and-1, it took a perfect helmet hit to jar the ball loose. Farniok, however, fell on the ball as the Sooners retained possession.
3:31 p.m. | Trading Field Goals
The Sooners and Cowboys trade field goals, with OSU's coming as the most recent for the 17-3 second-quarter lead. OU will get the ball back after the TV timeout, but first here was Michael Hunnicutt's 25-yard field goal:
3:24 p.m. | Colvin's Sack
Oklahoma State quarterback Clint Chelf has been effective escaping pressure and moving on his feet so far, but Aaron Colvin just recorded OU's
first sack of the day. Check out this feature on Colvin produced by SoonerVision this week:
3:12 p.m. | Last Lead
Pretty amazing stat. This is Oklahoma State's first lead in Norman since 16-13 back in 2001. Let's not make it last.
Hunnicutt hits the field goal and pulls OU to within 14-3.
3:07 p.m. | OU Down Early
The Cowboys make OU pay for the first turnover of the game (INT) and Oklahoma is down early, 14-0, in Norman. The Sooner offense has shown it can move the ball on this defense but have no points to show as of yet.
3:04 p.m. | Selmon Featured
Sooner great and two-time All-American Lee Roy Selmon is featured on this week's program and game ticket. Selmon will be honored at today's game in the south end zone as part of the Sooner Fan Favorites contest. Read more about that and Selmon's selection.
2:53 p.m. | Defenses
Most pundits expected points to be scored in this Bedlam Game. Early on, both defenses have forced punts. Watch for the offenses to adjust. This long run by OSU is under review (why exactly is unknown) but the Cowboys appear to be in position to draw first blood.
OSU converts and the Pokes take the lead, 7-0. Oklahoma State appears content to stay on the ground with the run game against this Sooner defense. It marks just the second game this season that OU has not scored first (UTEP).
2:46 p.m. | King Wins Award
The 2012 Don Key Award was presented prior to the Senior Day celebration during the pre-game festivities. This year's winner is senior defensive end David King from Houston. Read more about the award and Don Key here.
2:44 p.m. | Miss
The Sooner offense stalled and missed its field goal attempt on its first drive. Game remains scoreless with 11:55 remaining in first quarter. Oklahoma's defense has its first crack at the Cowboys next. It will be interesting to see the adjustments made by coordinator Mike Stoops since OU was last in action up in Morgantown. The Sooner crowd is coming to life now...
2:41 p.m. | Seniors
Prior to the game, 21 seniors were honored on Owen Field with their families. The Sooner senior class is playing its final game at Oklahoma Memorial Stadium today. Watch the video below:
2:38 p.m. | Driving
Oklahoma has the ball first and comes out swinging. The Sooners have marched down the field with precision passing from Landry Jones and a few bursts through the line by the OU running backs.
Sooners looking confident on offense.
2:34 p.m. | Loyalties
The crowd is solid crimson all around with a smattering of orange here and there representing families split in loyalty. This one is personal here in the Sooner State. Remember last year in Stillwater? Guarantee all our coaches and players remember...
2:32 p.m. | Intro
The intro video has played, the Sooners have stormed onto the field and the crowd is chanting Boomer, Sooner back and forth across the stadium. Kickoff is officially at 2:35 p.m. with a live national television audience on ESPN. Let's go Sooner, beat OSU!
2:27 p.m. | Pre-Game
The band has performed, the Sooner Schooner has rolled across the field and we're introducing the starting lineups on the big screen. We're just minutes away from the intro video and the team taking the field. It's the Bedlam Game live from Norman!
2:17 p.m. | Seniors Honored
The fans here at Memorial Stadium just honored OU's seniors on Owen Field. Each senior was surrounded by family out on the grass where they've experienced so much wearing the crimson and cream. Check out photos here in our live photo stream.
1:55 p.m. | Live From Owen Field
We're now updating live from behind the Sooners' bench on Owen Field. Absolutely perfect football weather with ample sunshine and temps in the 50s. There's a moderate breeze blowing south to north (from right to left on your TV screen). The Sooners are warming up in their traditional crimson home uniforms while the Cowboys are in conservative white on white road unis.
1:09 p.m. | National Picks
We already know that 75% of America, Kirk Herbstreit and Lee Corso have picked the Sooners to win this afternoon. But what about others?
12:50 p.m. | Sooners Arrive for Bedlam
The Oklahoma football team arrived to the stadium about 15 minutes ago. Tweet us (@SoonerSportscom) and let us know who you think was the best dressed Sooner:
12:44 p.m. | Sooners Lend a Hand
Earlier this week, members of the OU football team helped distribute meals to needy families as part of the 14 Foundation's annual Thanksgiving food drive:
12:13 p.m. | Live Photo Gallery
Just like every week, we're bringing you behind-the-scenes access surrounding Oklahoma's Saturday afternoon game against Oklahoma State. Get ready for Bedlam and stay tuned to the live photo stream:
11:40 a.m. | Sooner Sports Gameday
In case you missed it, the Sooner Sports TV pregame show has been archived online. Check it out below:
11:08 a.m. | 75% of America
It was a Sooner sweep on ESPN's College GameDay this morning from Los Angeles. Both Kirk and Corso agreed with 75% of America that the Sooners will win Bedlam:
10:39 a.m. | Sooner Pick 'Em
Sooner Pick 'Em is back for another week. We give our guys three topics and a few choices for each, and we see what they come up with. Topics this week include:
Which lineman would you want to cook your Thanksgiving? Which cowboy is your favorite?
Which senior progressed the most since high school? (Yes, we have some old school photos)
9:59 a.m. | Saturday's Headlines
Here are the latest headlines from across the Sooner State as Oklahoma hosts OSU at Owen Field at 2:30 p.m. CT (ESPN):
8:01 a.m. | OU vs. OSU
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