What Oklahoma State built in 45 minutes took Tulsa only 10-plus minutes to dismantle.
The Cowboys squandered a 20-point lead in the fourth quarter to fall 24-23 on Saturday night at Skelly Stadium, losing for the first time to the Golden Hurricane in four seasons.
"The price of victory is four quarters, not 3 or 31/2," said rookie OSU coach Bob Simmons, whose club dropped to 0-2. "I thought we started celebrating before the game was over."
TU flanker Michael Kedzior sank the dagger into the Cowboys with his 6-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Troy DeGar with 16 seconds remaining. Playing with a cast on his left, non-throwing hand, he lofted the ball just over the head of OSU cornerback Jeroid Johnson in the front, left-hand corner of the end zone.
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