This one came down to the final play.
It was a heartbreaker for the Longhorns and a heartstopper for Oklahoma State.
Oklahoma State held off Texas 13-10 in overtime when Longhorn freshman quarterback Sam Ehlinger tossed a stunning interception.
Rolling to his left on 3rd-and-4, Ehlinger began backpedaling, and instead of throwing it away, lofted the ball into the end zone to no one in particular.
Well, it was directly to Oklahoma State defensive back Ramon Richards, who secured the pick and the W.
This was a brutal loss for Texas, which seemed on the verge of its first big win of the Tom Herman era. Instead, the Longhorns are now 3-4 and staring down the possibility of missing a bowl again.
Oklahoma State, meanwhile, overcame a sluggish offensive performance and some suspect playcalling to keep itself alive in the Big 12 race.