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Oklahoma State DOINK’d 2 short field goals off the right upright in 1 game. That’s really hard to do!

This ended up making a close game against Texas Tech even more dramatic.

No. 15 Oklahoma State is used to pulling off impressive scoring feats. Now how about this in OSU’s 41-34 win against Texas Tech:

Matt Ammendola missed a 22-yarder late in the first quarter and an 18-yarder with about four minutes to go. Both BONGGGGGGGGGed off the uprights, one at each end of the stadium. Let’s check in with TTU head coach Kliff Kingsbury:

However, Ammendola also made a 22-yarder and a 27-yarder on the night.

OSU entered the game as the country’s No. 4 scoring offense, so these little three-pointers haven’t mattered all that much, but they would’ve relieved a lot of pressure against the Red Raiders on Saturday.

Either way, this is hard to do, whether you intend to or not. Quarterbacks sometimes try to hit the uprights in accuracy drills, and kickers have done that, too: