One of the craziest plays in college football last season came in September in Stillwater, Okla.
Central Michigan scored on a Hail Mary lateral on the final play of the game and beat Oklahoma State 30-27. Afterward, the referee admitted that the game should have ended when the Cowboys were penalized for intentional grounding on fourth down as the clock ran out.
Instead, the Chippewas were granted a final play and scored a touchdown that stunned the Cowboys.
You could argue that Oklahoma State didn’t lose that game, and apparently that’s the way the Cowboys are looking at it.
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Oklahoma State finished last season with a 10-3 record after beating Colorado 38-8 in the Alamo Bowl. Here is a look at the rings that the Cowboys are receiving for winning that bowl game, and it includes the team’s record as being 11-2. Are they counting the Central Michigan game as a win?