Oklahoma State radio call of Bedlam-winning sack is pure ecstasy for Cowboys fans

Take a listen to the Oklahoma State radio call of Collin Oliver’s game-winning sack against Oklahoma on Saturday.

The Oklahoma State Cowboys had not defeated the Oklahoma Sooners in the Bedlam Series since 2014. That all changed on Saturday, despite the plethora of tense moments, as the Cowboys won 37-33. Collin Oliver sealed the victory with a clutch fourth-down sack on Sooners quarterback Caleb Williams in the closing seconds of regulation.

Cowboys fans heard the call on the ABC national broadcast. Here is how the sack was called by the Oklahoma State radio team.

Oklahoma State radio call of game-winning sack will pump up Cowboys fans

Is there a way for Cowboys fans to get even more pumped up after listening to the home radio call? Well, how about after they take a listen to the dejection coming from Oklahoma Sooners radio.

The Cowboys and Sooners fought tooth and nail in the first half, leaving for the locker rooms at Boone Pickens Stadium tied at 24 points apiece. But, Oklahoma pulled away with a 33-24 lead in the third quarter following a safety and a fumble recovery touchdown by Justin Broiles. Yet, it was the Cowboys who pulled ahead to a 37-33 following fourth quarter touchdown runs by quarterback Spencer Sanders (37-yards) and running back Jaylen Warren.

Oklahoma gave Oklahoma State fans a scare on the final drive, with Williams picking up 56-yards on a second-and-10 run. But after three consecutive incompletions, the Sooners quarterback was taken down by Oliver to end things in Stillwater.

With this win in the books, Oklahoma State looks to bolster their chances of making the College Football Playoff by defeating the Baylor Bears in the Big 12 Championship Game next weekend.

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