STILLWATER, Okla. -- Now it's up to voters and the computers.
Sam Bradford threw for 370 yards and four touchdowns, and No. 3
Oklahoma based its case for a BCS bump on its high-powered offense,
outscoring No. 11 Oklahoma State 61-41 Saturday night in the
highest-scoring Bedlam rivalry game in the century-old series.
Needing to make up a minuscule eight-thousandths of a point to
second-place Texas in the Bowl Championship Series standings to
earn a spot in next week's Big 12 championship game, the Sooners
(11-1, 7-1) relied on the Heisman-caliber arm of Bradford.
He completed 30 of 44 passes and also scored on a 1-yard
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