Iowa State: The Cyclones, heavy underdogs, didn't need tricks or a slew of takeaways to beat the Sooners. With AP Photos.Iowa State's Joel Lanning played both offense and defense against No. 3 Oklahoma. Iowa State's last win came in 1990. It's a stunning loss that also snapped an 18-game losing streak against the Sooners.
Mayfield, who planted an OU flag at midfield at Ohio State and taunted Baylor players with "who's your daddy" before the Sooners' game in Waco, finished 24 of 33 for 306 yards and two touchdowns. Yep.
Park, who has passed for an average of 295 yards per game this season, is a junior from Charleston, S.C.
Quarterback Kelly Bryant threw for 200 yards and a touchdown before leaving with an ankle injury as the Tigers (6-0, 4-0 ACC) defeated the Demon Deacons (4-2, 1-2), in Clemson, South Carolina.
Series record: Oklahoma leads 74-5-2.
That dream is on life support after a loss to Iowa State on Saturday.
Oklahoma turned it over on down on their subsequent drive, and that was that.
Iowa State was in the shadow if its own end zone after the recovery, but a completion from Kempt to Lazard gave Iowa State the breathing room it needed.
For a while, the early-afternoon time slot on Saturday looked rather tiresome.
Oklahoma is 4-1. Still, it's time to ask whether or not the Sooners were a byproduct of Bob Stoops' coaching prowess.
Iowa State pulled off the biggest upset of the first half of the 2017 season Saturday with a 38-31 win over No. 3 Oklahoma in Norman. On the other side, it was a memorable, history-making day in Norman, the type of out-of-nowhere upset that always seems to pop up on what appeared to be an unremarkable afternoon of football. Proving Karma never quits, Iowa State defensive back Evrett Edwards spiked the state flag of Iowa atop the interlocking O-U on Owen Field. Oklahoma answered with Dimitri Flowers' 1-yard TD run midway through the fourth quarter. Their chance for a marquee rivalry win is lessened because that win won't hold as much weight.