Here's the play, along with the receiver's response to it following the game.
The Iowa State Cyclones had one last gasp on Saturday, down 49-42 to the Oklahoma State Cowboys but driving down the field on the final possession. The Cowboys won, 49-42, after getting possession back and icing the game. Nolan tossed a jump ball for Marchie Murdock in the end zone, only for A.J. Green to come down with an incredible game-sealing interception on apparent simultaneous possession. 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.
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But Green clearly had more of the ball as he was down in the end zone.
Iowa State drove inside the Cowboys 3-yard line with 32 seconds left, but Zeb Noland threw an interception to end the game.
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After Rudolph helped put Oklahoma State on top 49-42 with a 19-yard touchdown pass to Dillon Stoner with 3:47 remaining, Montgomery almost brought the Cyclones back.
As for Oklahoma State, it leaned heavily on its high-octane offense once again, and the combination of Rudolph and Hill makes it a legitimate threat to win the Big 12 championship provided it takes care of business in the coming weeks. Linebacker and (former) quarterback Jake Lanning took some snaps too. A 91 yard, seven play drive, was punctuated by a Joel Lanning one yard touchdown run.
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The Cyclones finish the regular season with road games at Baylor and Kansas State. They now have three conference losses, so they'll be behind even whichever team loses the Frogs-Sooners game Saturday night. Oklahoma State's conference title hopes are still alive, but they need some help from others.
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