Oklahoma State CB intercepts end zone pass without looking at the ball

Frederick Owens
November 13, 2017

Iowa State had a chance to either tie the game or go for the win, but Noland made his only glaring mistake of the day when he underthrew a fade pattern and was intercepted by OK State cornerback A.J. Green to end it. Iowa State fell to 6-4, and the loss left it behind Oklahoma, TCU, Oklahoma State and West Virginia in the Big 12 at 4-3.

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. Oklahoma State marched right down the field and Mason Rudolph connected with Marcell Ateman from 30 yards out to cut the lead to 42-40 with 5:55 left. They now have three conference losses, so they'll be behind even whichever team loses the Frogs-Sooners game Saturday night.

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

The win moved the Pokes to 8-2 overall and 5-2 in conference play and kept them in the mix for the Big 12 Championship Game. The referees ruled wound up ruling the pass an interception, giving Oklahoma State the victory.

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

A 22 yard pass from Lanning was met with a spectacular reception in the end zone by Allen Lazard. Lanning also had five tackles, including half a sack, on defense.

Iowa State drove inside the Cowboys 3-yard line with 32 seconds left, but Zeb Noland threw an interception to end the game. Noland threw for 263 yards. JaQuan Bailey had 1.5 sacks in the game.

With Iowa State driving for a potential game-tying score against Oklahoma State, we had us a near-simultaneous catch. The time and television network are to be announced.

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