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Saturday, November 10, 2007

Scoring Summary: KU-OSU

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2007 KU-OSU Football

FOURTH QUARTER

5:31: KU - Scott Webb 22 field goal - 43-28, KU

-Webb's third three-point kick was set up by the combination of Aqib Talib's fourth interception of the year and a subsequent 21-yard Brandon McAnderson run into the OSU red zone, leaving the Cowboys little time to make up a 15-point deficit.

8:26: KU - Marcus Henry 4 pass from Todd Reesing (Scott Webb kick) - 40-28, KU

-Marcus Henry's numbers continued to pile up, now with 199 yards and three TDs on eight catches. He also had a huge 13-yard catch on third-and-12 a few plays before his third score. Todd Reesing also bumped his passing yardage total to 308 with the drive.

13:08: OSU - Zac Robinson 3 run (Dan Bailey kick) - 33-28, KU

-Sparked by a 56-yard Robinson run on the first play of the drive, Oklahoma State blazed downfield for an 89-yard drive, capped by Robinson extending the ball over the goal line, making Boone Pickens Stadium hostile for once against KU.

THIRD QUARTER

:54: OSU - Tommy Devereaux 39 pass from Zac Robinson (Dan Bailey kick) - 33-21, KU

-After hitting Dez Bryant for the sixth and seventh times on the night, Zac Robinson found Tommy Devereaux ahead of Darrell Stuckey for a 39-yard touchdown to pull the Cowboys within two scores.

8:56: KU - Brandon McAnderson 12 run (pass failed) - 33-14, KU

-McAnderson's touchdown run was an impressive one, as he pushed up to about the six-yard line, then froze Jacob Lacey stiff while bouncing to the left and slipping into the end zone right in front of the KU fan section, setting them into a wild frenzy. KU went for two, but Todd Reesing's pass for Derek Fine was swatted at the goal line.

12:33: KU - Marcus Henry 82 pass from Todd Reesing (Scott Webb kick) - 27-14, KU

-Marcus Henry's catches keep growing in significance, as this time he took a slant pass from Todd Reesing to the house, first evading a Jacob Lacey tackle near midfield, then by outrunning a pair of OSU defenders to the house. His second score of the game gave him five catches for 158 yards.

SECOND QUARTER

2:24: KU - Scott Webb 42 field goal - 20-14, KU

-Thanks to a 29-yard inside run by Brandon McAnderson on the drive's first play from his own six-yard line, KU got moving right away. Scott Webb easily punched in his second field goal of the game, doubling KU's lead by three.

7:17: KU - Brandon McAnderson 5 run (Scott Webb kick) - 17-14, KU

-The key play on the drive was Todd Reesing, conjuring up memories of his scramble-and-throw against Colorado a year ago, buying time on this occasion to strike Dexton Fields for a 34-yard gain. A few snaps later, Brandon McAnderson stretched the ball over the pylon for his 14th touchdown run of the year.

10:17: OSU - Julius Crosslin 1 run (Dan Bailey kick) - 14-10, OSU

-Behind a solid running attack, including big gains by Dantrell Savage and Zac Robinson, OSU pushed easily up the field. From the one, Julius Crosslin bowled over Aqib Talib in the open field to the right and fell into the end zone, giving the Cowboys the lead.

FIRST QUARTER

:37: KU - Scott Webb 30 field goal - 10-7, KU

-The kick was set up by the play many had seen coming at some point, as Kerry Meier took a pitch from Todd Reesing and struck a wide open Marcus Henry for 44 yards. A Brandon McAnderson no-gainer, an OSU sack and an incompletion forced KU to kick it.

3:29: OSU - Dez Bryant 19 pass from Zac Robinson (Dan Bailey kick) - 7-7

-Dez Bryant hauled in a pair of jump ball passes over Kendrick Harper on the drive. The first picked up 29 yards on third-and-three, while the second went for a 19-yard score along the left boundary in the end zone.

6:35: KU - Marcus Henry 3 pass from Todd Reesing (Scott Webb kick) - 7-0, KU

-Todd Reesing was incredibly efficient on KU's first scoring drive, giving Marcus Henry ample opportunities to atone for an earlier drop on third down. Henry's first catch went for a 16-yard first down. His second was an acrobatic three-yard snag on the left edge of the end zone.

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