Oklahoma and Oklahoma State brought us an insane shootout on Saturday night that resulted in a 47-71 victory for the Sooners. Toward the end of the fourth quarter, three touchdowns were scored in well under a minute. Hats off to Oklahoma for putting together two huge offensive plays toward the end of the game to squash OSU’s hopes of a comeback, but the play of the game — and possibly the year — came from OSU’s defense in the second quarter.
Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones looked like he was trying to throw a pass away when OSU defensive back Broderick Brown went airborne and tipped the ball back in bounds into the arms of linebacker Shaun Lewis. It was the type of play we’re used to seeing at the goal line from a punt team, but not something I’ve ever seen from a defensive back on the sideline. Check out the Broderick Brown-Shaun Lewis amazing interception video, courtesy of YouTube user thesportsgeeks: