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Oklahoma State Beats Stanford, Luck in Overtime at Fiesta Bowl

Stepfan Taylor of the Stanford Cardinal, left, runs the ball against Justin Gilbert of the Oklahoma State Cowboys during the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Photographer: Donald Miralle/Getty Images
Stepfan Taylor of the Stanford Cardinal, left, runs the ball against Justin Gilbert of the Oklahoma State Cowboys during the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Photographer: Donald Miralle/Getty Images

Jan. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Oklahoma State beat Stanford University 41-38 in overtime at the Fiesta Bowl, giving Cardinal quarterback Andrew Luck a loss in what may have been his final college game.

Quinn Sharp kicked the winning 23-yard field goal at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, after Stanford freshman kicker Jordan Williamson missed a 35-yard field goal attempt as time expired in the fourth quarter and a 43-yard kick to start overtime.

Brandon Weeden threw three touchdown passes to Justin Blackmon as third-ranked Oklahoma State finished the season with a 12-1 record. No. 4 Stanford fell to 11-2. The Fiesta Bowl matchup featured college football’s two highest-ranked teams outside the Bowl Championship Series title game between No. 1 Louisiana State and No. 2 Alabama.

Luck, a two-time Heisman Trophy runner-up, is projected as the top pick in this year’s National Football League draft. He completed 27-of-31 passes for 347 yards and two touchdowns.

The University of Oregon beat Wisconsin 45-38 earlier today to earn the second Rose Bowl win in school history and the first since 1917. It was the highest-scoring game in the Rose Bowl’s 98-year history.

The University of Houston beat Penn State 30-14 in the TicketCity Bowl, the Nittany Lions’ first postseason game without Joe Paterno as coach since 1962. Michigan State topped Georgia 33-30 in triple overtime in the Outback Bowl, Florida defeated Ohio State 24-17 in the Gator Bowl, and South Carolina beat Nebraska 30-13 in the Capital One Bowl.

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To contact the editor responsible for this story: Erik Matuszewski at matuszewski@bloomberg.net

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