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OU football: Sooners 48, Oklahoma State 47 (scoring summary)

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Redshirt junior quarterback Kyler Murray runs with the ball during the game against Kansas State Oct. 27.

No. 6 Oklahoma beat Oklahoma State Saturday afternoon 48-47, after a crazy shootout in Norman.

Oklahoma got out to a hot start, with sophomore running back going 60 yards on the first play of the game. Oklahoma State also started hot, scoring on its first two possessions of the game, to even the score at 14 at the end of the first quarter. 

The Sooners and Cowboys would continue to go back and forth in the second quarter, with OU failing to go up two scores several times. However, Oklahoma would take a 34-28 lead into the locker room.

Oklahoma's offense struggled in the third quarter, after again failing to put the game away multiple times. But the Sooners would score on the final play of the quarter to take a six-point lead into the final quarter.

Oklahoma would take a 48-41 lead with just under four minutes to play, but Oklahoma State would go the length of the field and score to make it 48-47 with 1:03 remaining. Oklahoma State would go for two, but failed, giving Oklahoma a 48-47 win. 

Follow along with our live scoring summary below: 

Fourth quarter (1:03): Oklahoma 48, Oklahoma State 47 -- Oklahoma State scores on a 24-yard touchdown pass. Two-point conversion is no good.

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OSU's last TD.

Fourth quarter (3:29): Oklahoma 48, Oklahoma State 41 -- Trey Sermon scores on a one-yard touchdown run.

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Sermon TD.

Fourth quarter (12:20): Oklahoma 41, Oklahoma State 41 -- Oklahoma State scores on a three-yard touchdown run. PAT no good.

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OSU missed the extra point.

Third quarter (0:00): Oklahoma 41, Oklahoma State 35 -- Kennedy Brooks scores on a five-yard touchdown run.

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Brooks scores to end the third.

Third quarter (7:32): Oklahoma 34, Oklahoma State 35 -- Oklahoma State scores on a three-yard touchdown run.

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OSU takes the lead.

Second quarter (0:31): Oklahoma 34, Oklahoma State 28 -- Oklahoma State scores on a 10-yard touchdown run.

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Second quarter (1:25): Oklahoma 34, Oklahoma State 21 -- Marquise Brown catches a 51-yard touchdown pass.

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Brown TD.

Second quarter (7:22): Oklahoma 27, Oklahoma State 21 -- Austin Seibert makes a 36-yard field goal.

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Seibert's 36-yard kick is good.

Second quarter (11:38): Oklahoma 24, Oklahoma State 21 -- Kennedy Brooks scores on a 45-yard touchdown run.

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Brooks scores again.

Second quarter (13:04): Oklahoma 17, Oklahoma State 21 -- Oklahoma State scores on a 49-yard touchdown pass.

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OSU 49-yard TD catch.

First quarter (13:40): Oklahoma 17, Oklahoma State 14 -- Austin Seibert makes a 21-yard field goal.

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OU field goal.

First quarter (5:30): Oklahoma 14, Oklahoma State 14 -- Oklahoma State completes a 31-yard touchdown pass.

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OSU 31-yard TD.

First quarter (9:06): Oklahoma 14, Oklahoma State 7 -- Kennedy Brooks scores on a one-yard touchdown run.

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Brooks touchdown.

First quarter (11:59): Oklahoma 7, Oklahoma State 7 -- Oklahoma State scores on a one-yard touchdown run.

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Oklahoma State 1-yard TD.

First quarter (13:16): Oklahoma 7, Oklahoma State 0 -- Trey Sermon scores on a one-yard touchdown run.

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Sermon scores.

George Stoia joined The Daily in the fall of 2016 as a sophomore and has covered the soccer team, both men's and women's basketball, as well as the football team for the past three years. He graduates in May 2020.

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