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Video: Oklahoma's Kicker Misses A Game-Winning Field Goal vs. Army

A view of Oklahoma fans during a Sooners football game.

NORMAN, OK - OCTOBER 1: Fans of the Oklahoma Sooners cheer in the stands during the game against the Kansas State Wildcats on October 1, 2005 at Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma. The Sooners won 43-21. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Oklahoma and Army are currently playing college football's game of the week that nobody can see. The Sooners and the Black Knights are heading to overtime, tied at 21-21.

The game, for those unaware, is not on television. We explain why that's the case here.

Army was driving late in the fourth quarter for a game-winning score, but the quarterback turned the ball over. Oklahoma took over and marched into Army territory, setting up a game-winning field goal kick.

Oklahoma kicker Austin Seibert had a try from just more than 30 yards out for the win. It missed.

"Wide left! We have OT."

Oklahoma and Army are now in overtime. Army won the toss and opted to go on defense first.

Oklahoma has the ball now. Stay tuned.