Oklahoma made quick work of tying their game against Missouri.
After a muffed punt by the Tigers, Oklahoma had great field position in Missouri territory, and spent just four plays covering the 45 yards and tying the game. Landry Jones made up for a bad first drive by finding Kenny Stills on a 27-yard touchdown pass, and an extra point tied the game in Columbia at 7-7.
And with that, we now know that this game will not follow the script of the Wisconsin upset of Ohio State exactly. With 14 points in the first 2:32 of this one, though, we can hope for an old-fashioned Big 12 shootout from these two potent spread offenses.