The pointsapalooza isn't over yet in the 2011 Fiesta Bowl. Zach Frazer and Jordan Todman can only do so much when being swarmed by Oklahoma defenders on all sides, which is probably why the Huskies have yet to score an offensive touchdown this evening.
Landry Jones and his Sooners are having no such problems, wen they're not firing large-caliber weapons directly at their own cleats. Cameron Kenney hauls in a 38-yard pass to convert OU's next third down; Trey Franks pulls down a 20-yarder, and Oklahoma's all set for a 5-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Broyles, who's playing pretty good football for a kid battling a stomach virus.
The field goal attempts are out and the fourth-down tries are in on UConn's next possession, but Frazer's attempt to connect with Robbie Frey goes nowhere, and the Sooners take over on downs. With 5:35 remaining in the fourth quarter, Oklahoma leads UConn, 41-20.
The heartbreak isn't over for the Huskies. With 2:52 remaining in this slow-rolling debacle, Zach Frazer gets pick-sixed from his own 22-yard line. The rest of the game plays out in slow motion, with Oklahoma players stopping a last-gasp touchdown drive at their own goal line, and we've gone final in Arizona. Final score of the 2011 Fiesta Bowl: Oklahoma 48, UConn 20.
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