Oklahoma State Vs. Arizona 2012: Final Score And Game Recap

In a day that saw many upsets, No. 18 Oklahoma State University ended up being involved in one of them. OSU didn't have an answer of a University of Arizona offense that was able to beat them on the ground and in the air. In a high scoring battle, the Wildcats would upset the Cowboys, 59-38.

Looking at the box score, Cowboys' quarterback Wes Lunt had a pretty good game. He was 36-for-58 for 441 yards and four touchdowns. Pretty good if you don't factor in the three interceptions he threw. Putting the ball back in Arizona's was a bad, bad thing to do. It seemed as if the Cowboys would gain ground on the Wildcats, 'Zona would score on the next series. OSU didn't help themselves by being called for 12 penalties for a total of 138 yards.

Come Monday, the Cowboys will no longer be ranked No. 18. A loss to an unranked opponent doesn't sit well with the magic elves at the BCS. They look to rebound next week at home against the University of Louisiana - Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns.

For more on OSU football, visit Cowboys Ride For Free and SB Nation Kansas City.

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