Final: Oklahoma 41, Missouri 31

Saturday, October 13, 2007 | 6:27 p.m. CDT; updated 10:58 p.m. CDT, Monday, July 21, 2008

Final: Oklahoma 41, Missouri 31

The Sooners capitalized on a dropped interception in the end zone by safety Pig Brown and put the ball in the hands of Chris Brown who took the ball in for a one-yard touchdown, his second of the game. The two-point conversion failed and the Sooners led 29-24. Daniel fumbled a handoff to Maclin and OU linebacker Curtis Lofton took the fumble 12 yards for a touchdown. The Sooners missed on a two-point conversion to leave the score 35-24. Nic Harris intercepted a tipped Chase Daniel pass to put the Sooners on the 24-yard line. Brown took in a 17-yard touchdown run for his third of the game. The extra point was blocked making the score 41-24. Missouri's Martin Rucker scored with 12 seconds left. The extra point made the score 41-31.

Third quarter: Missouri 24, Oklahoma 23

Sooner running back Chris Brown captilized on an interception thrown by Jeremy Maclin on a trick play to get a four-yard touchdown run, however Sooner place kicker Garrett Hartley couldn't convert the extra point to make the score 23-10 OU. Receiver Jeremy Maclin took in his second rushing touchdown of the game on a 10-yard sweep to the left to pull within 23-17. The Tigers forced a fumble on the ensuing kickoff and got the ball back just beyond midfield. Running back Jimmy Jackson took an option pitch four yards for his first career touchdown. The extra point was good, giving MU a 24-23 lead.

Halftime: Oklahoma 17, Missouri 10

The Sooners scored on a 30-yard touchdown pass from Bradford to tight end Jermaine Grisham to make the score 17-7. The two teams traded three and outs until the Tigers were able to tack on a 19-yard field goal by Jeff Wolfert to make the score 17-10 OU at the half.

First quarter: Oklahoma 10, Missouri 7

The Tigers took advantage of an early fumble by Sooner receiver Juaquin Iglesias in OU territory. The Tigers converted on a fourth and short and scored two plays later on a reverse to receiver Jeremy Maclin from six yards away. The Sooners responded on the next drive taking the ball 64 yards on 12 plays that took over six minutes off the clock. A four yard pass from Sooner quarterback Sam Bradford to Iglesias made the score 7-7. Deep in their own territory, Tiger quarterback Chase Daniel was intercepted by Sooner defensive back Marcus Walker. The Sooners got the ball down to the Missouri 11 yard line but settled for a 28 yard field goal to take the lead 10-7.

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