Oklahoma State Vs. Iowa State Score: Both Teams Find End Zone In First Overtime

The first overtime came and went in Ames, with both the Oklahoma State Cowboys and Iowa State Cyclones scoring easily. Iowa State has hung around all night, forcing overtime with a fourth quarter touchdown and a bit of luck on a missed Oklahoma State field goal. And after both sides made quick work of their possessions in the first overtime, we're headed to a second.

It took Iowa State all of one play to score in overtime, thanks to a brilliant call. All it took was a play-action throwback to a wheel route, and the Cyclones were in the end zone, and it control. One play, 25 yards, and a 31-24 lead over undefeated, and second-ranked, Oklahoma State.

Oklahoma State answered quickly, though, as Brandon Weeden drove the Cowboys into the end zone quickly to force a second overtime. Weeden found Josh Cooper for six yards and the square, bringing Oklahoma State to within one. The extra point was good, knotting the score at 31.

For further reading, news, discussion and more, visit Oklahoma State blog Cowboys Ride For Free and Iowa State blog Wide Right & Natty Lite. Here’s the complete Week 10 college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more.

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