Mike Gundy says Texas' Joe Bergeron fumbled game-winning touchdown

The Texas Longhorns needed a last-minute score to defeat Oklahoma State on Saturday, but Cowboys head coach Mike Gundy isn't sure they really got one. Longhorns running back Joe Bergeron scored the decisive touchdown with 29 seconds remaining but may have fumbled the ball before breaking the plane of the end zone.

Gundy said on a conference call Sunday night that the first thing he did in the morning was look back over film of the play from the previous night.

''I think he fumbled,'' Gundy said. ''I don't know what else to say.''

(Via Burnt Orange Nation.)

The play was ruled a touchdown on the field, and there wasn't conclusive video evidence to overturn the call, so the score stood. Oklahoma State out-gained Texas by more than 130 yards on the day, but the Cowboys' defense couldn't find a way to stop the Longhorns on that crucial late-fourth quarter drive.

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