Oklahoma State Football: Texas Post-Game Report Card

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Sep 26, 2015; Austin, TX, USA; Oklahoma State Cowboys running back Rennie Childs (center) carries the ball against the Texas Longhorns during the fourth quarter at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Oklahoma State beat Texas 30-27. Mandatory Credit: Brendan Maloney-USA TODAY Sports

The grades are in from the Oklahoma State football team’s 30-27 win over Texas on the road in the Big 12 opener for both teams, and they reflect a bizarre and inconsistent performance.

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By now most of us have had time to settle down a little after what was in incredibly bizarre and slightly dirty-feeling win on Saturday in Austin.

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The Cowboys’ win over Texas was definitely one of the strangest games you will ever see. Phantom fumbles, inexplicable penalties, coaches getting flagged, punters missing snaps, headset issues, coordinators running down from the box to the sidelines in the middle of a game, and a few moments of decent football — it was all there. It didn’t feel very good when it was all over, and certainly didn’t feel like an actual win, but well…it was a win.

Somewhere in there, in between all the insane things that happened, there was some football action worth discussing, so let’s take a look at how everything graded out.

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