Oklahoma Vs. Missouri: Tigers Kick Field Goal As Broadcast Goes Old-Timey

Missouri responded to a missed Oklahoma field goal by making one of their own.

It was still a bit of a letdown, as Missouri had first and goal, but couldn't punch it in to make this a two-possession game, but, hey, the Tigers are scoring points. That's more than can be said for Oklahoma this half.

Meanwhile, ABC's TV audio feed is having problems, so the broadcast has switched to the radio audio feed. It's a bit surreal to hear Brent Musburger and Kirk Herbstreit doing this game for television but hearing it as it would be mixed on the radio, and it's especially weird to be hearing a broadcast that could have been from 1975 while watching it on an HDTV in 2010.

Then again, Oklahoma didn't have to worry about maintaining the top spot in the BCS rankings in 1975.

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