Iowa State has come oh so close to winning tight games under coach Matt Campell. After so many disappointing ends, including one last month against Iowa, the Cyclones got their victory — and it came in the most unlikely fashion. On the road, Iowa State stunned No. 3 Oklahoma 38-31. The win marked the most disruptive upset for a Power Five team with playoff aspirations of the season (to this point).
Historically, Oklahoma was 74-5-2 against Iowa State entering the game. The Cyclones hadn’t beat the Sooners since 1990.
The Cyclones trailed through the first three quarters but kept chipping away at an Oklahoma team that was sloppy with a turnover and six penalties. Iowa State took its first lead of the game in the fourth quarter when Trevor Ryen took a quick out for a 57-yard touchdown.
Following a Sooner touchdown, Iowa State drove the field again with a major score coming courtesy of receiver Allen Lazard and the 25-yard go-ahead grab at the top of this story.
With the upset still fresh in mind, here’s what to take away from the game …
1. The Big 12’s playoff hopes aren’t dead, but this was a gut punch. Yes, this was a brutal loss for the Sooners. Iowa State was a 31-point road dog without its starting quarterback. There’s
Article source: https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/iowa-state-at-oklahoma-score-cyclones-shock-no-3-sooners-in-major-power-five-upset/
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