Oklahoma State Falls To Oklahoma On Failed Two-Point Conversion

first_imgOklahoma State's failed two-point conversion vs. Oklahoma.ESPNBedlam is a pretty one-sided series, historically, but in recent years it hasn’t let us down. Today was no different.Oklahoma and Oklahoma State was an absolute shootout, finishing 48-47 with over 1,300 yards of total offense.Earlier in the game, Oklahoma State kicker Matt Ammendola missed an extra point, do in part to a bad hold. The kick would have put the Pokes up 42-41.Instead, the game remained tied, and the Sooners drove down the field and took back the lead with 3:29 remaining. Of course, that was plenty of time for Taylor Cornelius and company.The Oklahoma State quarterback found Tylan Wallace for a 24-yard touchdown on a crucial 4th and 12 to cut it to 48-47.Rather than kick the extra point, Mike Gundy took a page out of the Dana Holgorsen book, and had the Oklahoma State offense go for two to attempt to win the game with just over a minute left.Cornelius had a man in the flat, but couldn’t deliver an accurate throw.Good decision going for 2. Good enough play call. Bad throw. pic.twitter.com/qGOF9RQ24n— Max Olson (@max_olson) November 11, 2018With over a minute left, Oklahoma may have had time to score, so either way, the Sooners would have had a shot.Still, this seemed like the right call, given the OU defense’s struggles, Cornelius’ play for most of the game, Ammendola’s struggles, and the fact that Oklahoma State was on the road in Norman.Oklahoma, and its hopes for a Big 12 title and College Football Playoff bid, survives for another week.last_img read more