October 31, 2006
Reversal of Fortune
It was starting to feel like the entire season was slipping away for Oklahoma State.
Under 10 minutes left in the first half and Nebraska was up 16-0 on the Cowboys.
Surely some fans were having flashbacks to the days of old, when the Huskers came into Stillwater, rolled OSU up like a Dominican making crepes and went back to Lincoln with yet another win.
Yes there were fans like that, and don't call me surely.
But then, Bobby Reid ripped off his suit - revealing the S on his chest - and flew downfield for a 56-yard gain. That led to a touchdown pass caught by Keith Toston, cutting the deficit to 16-6.
From there, OSU got hot offensively, Nebraska's Blackshirts couldn't stop a DVD player and yadda yadda yadda, the Cowboys defeated the Cornhuskers, 41-29.
This might not have been the biggest win ever in the history of OSU football, but it made the Top 10 list.
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