What happened on Saturday at Oklahoma’s game against Oklahoma State?

The Oklahoma State Cowboys beat the Oklahoma State Sooners 34-27 in overtime to finish their season in a wild card spot in the Big 12 championship game on Sunday.

The Cowboys were led by wide receiver Christian Kirk, who was the league’s leading receiver in 2017.

Kirk was also named the Big Eight Offensive Player of the Year and Big 12 Offensive Player-of-the-Year.

His 14 receptions were the most by a Cowboy in a single game this season, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

Oklahoma State was led by cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who caught three passes for 88 yards and one touchdown.

The Sooners also had standout running back Kalen Ballage, who rushed for 109 yards on 16 carries.

Oklahoma’s defense allowed only one touchdown all game, and Oklahoma State’s offense was largely shut down.

In the second quarter, Ballage threw a 27-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jaelen Strong to give Oklahoma State a 24-0 lead.

However, the Sooners regained the lead after a field goal in the final minute.

Oklahoma finished the game with a touchdown and gained more than 500 yards of total offense.

“I thought we played well,” Oklahoma State coach Lincoln Riley said.

“Our offensive line played well, our defense played well.

The running game, I think, was outstanding.”

Oklahoma State ran for more than 1,500 yards, the most in school history.

“We have an unbelievable offensive line, but also an unbelievable defensive line, and they played with the utmost passion,” Oklahoma defensive back Chris Baker said.

Oklahoma also led the nation in rushing with 6.7 yards per carry, but the Sooner defense was able to stop the run a bit.

“There were some plays where we weren’t able to sustain the run and the offense wasn’t able, and that was really the main thing,” Oklahoma coach Lincoln Walker said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

The Oklahoma State Cowboys beat the Oklahoma State Sooners 34-27 in overtime to finish their season in a wild card…