You've got to see the final play in the Oklahoma-Texas game.
All 60 minutes of the Red River Shootout on Saturday were fantastic and that includes the final play of the game.
To set the play up, Texas is trailing 45-40 with just three seconds left in regulation. The Longhorns have the ball on their own 17-yard-line and have to pull off some incredible magic to win the game and they certainly gave it their best effort:
If you kept count, the ball exchanged hands a total of six times. The Longhorns were able to advance the ball all the way past their own 35 yard line, but actually ended up losing 10 yards on the play as things came to a stop at their own 7-yard-line.
Oklahoma's 45-40 win kept the back-and-forth series between the two schools alive as the two teams have swapped wins over their last four meetings.
The Sooners managed 672 yards of total offense on Saturday while Texas had just 425 yards.
Texas fans were not too happy with the result of the game and voiced their opinion on head coach Charlie Strong.