A strong start to the second half and a good start to the second half helped 9th Oklahoma State recover from an early loss in the Fiesta Cup, taking a 31-28 lead against 5th Notre Dame in the fourth period. . The Irish fighters, now playing their first game under full-time coach Marcus Freeman, took a 28-7 lead at 1:16 in the second quarter. That lead was quickly cut short when Spencer Sanders took the Cowboys off the field and into the touchdown just before half-time.
Oklahoma State took the ball early in the second half and spent four minutes on a 12-game, 87-yard touchdown. When Notre Dame returned to the field of crime, he was at a very low ebb against the Cowboys defense, and had very few wins. Jack Conn threw 342 yards and four touchdowns in the first half – the numbers were already enough to make the best play with a quarterback against Oklahoma State this season – but added 40 yards in the goalless third quarter for the Fighting Irish. . Crime.
Another long touchdown drive equalized at the end of the third quarter and then returned to the Oklahoma State goal line before settling for a basketball in the final minutes of the third quarter. In the end, the 24-0 run turned the game upside down and Fiesta bowled a blowpipe that could have resulted in a better finish.
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