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Throwback Tulsa: Snow, cold, earthquake threaten Bedlam football on this day in 2013
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Throwback Tulsa: Snow, cold, earthquake threaten Bedlam football on this day in 2013

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Bedlam 2013, eight years ago, was welcomed with frigid conditions, touchdowns by special teams, a last-minute touchdown and even an earthquake.

OSU took an early 7-0 lead on a 99-yard drive. OU ended up using three quarterbacks (Trevor Knight, Kendal Thompson and Blake Bell). OSU's Clint Chelf guided the Cowboys to a 24-20 edge with 1:46 left.

In the end, the Sooners were victorious, 33-24.

"That's why they call it Bedlam," Oklahoma's Chuka Ndulue said. "It's just chaos. Everything was out of control. It was just amazing."

Take a look back at fan and game photos here:

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Before taking the Oklahoma offense 66 yards in the final 101 seconds, into the end zone and straight into Bedlam history, Blake Bell looked at the running back positioned behind him in the pistol formation.

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Coping with cold: At kickoff Saturday, the temperature was 16 degrees. For medical reasons, Oklahoma State used heated benches and at halftime, players ate cups of chicken noodle soup.

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Oklahoma State's offense had averaged 47.8 points in five pre-Bedlam games, but scoring opportunities figured to be harder to come by on a frigid day at Boone Pickens Stadium.

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Oklahoma needed to stay within striking distance entering the fourth quarter to have an opportunity to win. Mission accomplished. The game was tied at 17 heading into the final quarter. 

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