Texas vs. Oklahoma State 2012 highlights: David Ash engineers game-winning drive for Longhorns

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The Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma State Cowboys engaged in an offensive shootout, with David Ash making the two critical throws on the game-winning drive to D.J. Grant and Mike Davis to set up the Joe Bergeron game-winning rushing touchdown.

The Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma St. Cowboys got off to a fast start in Stillwater, with both teams combining for 35 points in the first quarter. After an interlude for much of the next two quarters, both teams picked it up again starting late in the third quarter.

And the fourth quarter ended up being full of important drives, particularly by Texas. Here are the video highlights of that quarter.

Oklahoma State started off the scoring with a Joseph Randle two yard rush to give Oklahoma State a 33-28 lead before Joe Bergeron answered for Texas with a short one yard gain of his own to give the Longhorns the lead back. When Oklahoma State answered with a field goal to give the Cowboys a one point lead, Texas engineered the critical game-winning drive. David Ash found D.J. Grant for 29 yards to convert on 4th down, then hit Mike Davis for a 32 yard reception that set up the Bergeron game-winning score with :36 left.

Check for yourself though; does it look Bergeron fumbles the football before he crossed the goal-line?

Also, check out Oklahoma State's innovative lateral pattern to finish the game and see how far the Cowboys got before finally going down to seal the victory for Texas.

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