Oklahoma State Clinches Win Over Iowa State WIth Controversial End Zone Interception

Oklahoma State Clinches Win Over Iowa State WIth Controversial End Zone Interception

The victory keeps No. 15 Oklahoma State in third place in the Big 12 and drops Iowa State to fourth and likely knocks the Cyclones out of contention for the Big 12 title race.

Iowa State running back David Montgomery had a big day of his own with 105 rushing yards and three touchdowns, as well as six receptions for 44 yards, but the Cyclones' inability to lock down OK State squandered that showing.

In the 3rd quarter, Iowa State jumped out to a 28-24 lead when Montgomery scored on a three yard touchdown run.

Oklahoma State survives the Cyclones with a final score of 49-42.

Any forward pass is complete when caught by a player of the passing team who is inbounds, and the ball continues in play unless completed in the opponent's end zone or the pass has been caught simultaneously by opposing players.

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Iowa State's 35-31 lead was trimmed when Oklahoma State settled for a 41 yard field goal by Matt Amendola on the ensuing drive.

Rudolph responded, a 30 yard touchdown pass to Marcell Ateman brought the Cowboys within two.

The play was ruled as an interception and after review was upheld.

Iowa State falls to 6-4 overall, they finish the season with 2 road games, at Baylor and at Kansas State.

Dillion Stone caught a 19-yard touchdown catch two minutes later to give the Cowboys the lead.

Iowa State played the second half with Zeb Noland at quarterback after Kyle Kempt left with an injury in the first half. Lanning ran for a touchdown and also threw a touchdown to wide receiver Allen Lazard.

Brian Peavy, Evrett Edwards and Kamari Cotton-Moya led the Cyclone defense with nine tackles each. Iowa State fans were understandably upset at the controversial call, but it appears the refs got the call correct with Green coming down with first possession.