The overtime touchdown was a pass from Vinny Perretta to Derek Schouman. (that TD pass was the only pass Perretta threw!)
The point that won the game, though, was the Statue of Liberty play, with Jared Zabransky handing the ball to Ian Johnson, who ran in for a two point conversion. If they kicked the extra point, it would have tied the game, but they went for the win.
Now, to get it to overtime, they also had a huge play. In the final seconds, down by 7 and facing 4th-and-18, they ran a Hook and Ladder, with Zabransky throwing the ball to Drisan James, who pitched to Jared Rabb. It was a 50 yard play, and Rabb ran in for the touchdown with 7 seconds to play.
Two HUGE trick plays allowed Boise State to do the unthinkable and beat a perennial football powerhouse like Oklahoma!
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