2011 Fiesta Bowl, Oklahoma Vs. UConn: 21 Points In Two Minutes

Wonder of wonders, Oklahoma opens the second half of the 2011 Fiesta Bowl with a three-and-out. That's all the fail you'll see out of the Sooners for at least the next few minutes, however: After a brief UConn possession that takes less than two minutes off the clock, and pins the Sooners in their own endzone, Landry Jones, Ryan Broyles, and DeMarco Murray combine for a four-play drive that spans 99 yards and concludes with Cameron Kenney catching a 59-yard touchdown pass.

The action burst isn't over. UConn's next drive opens with a 28-yard pass from Zach Frazer to Kashif Moore, but on the third play Frazer is pick-sixed and the Sooners' lead widens yet again.

 ... or does it?? The ensuing kickoff lands in the hands of Robbie Frey, who motors 95 yards for a UConn touchdown. If you're still with us and not collapsing onto your fainting couches, the score is Oklahoma 34, UConn 17, with 9:44 remaining in the third quarter.

Stay tuned to this StoryStream for more live scoring updates throughout the game, and follow along with UConn and Oklahoma fans in our live discussion threads.

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