Oklahoma State outgained Iowa State 522-491, and it overcame nine penalties for a total of 105 yards.
AMES, Iowa (AP) - Mason Rudolph threw for 376 yards and three touchdowns - including two in the final 5:55 - and 12th-ranked Oklahoma State rallied to beat No. 24 Iowa State 49-42 on Saturday and keep its Big 12 title game hopes alive. Running back Justice Hill was nearly equally effective, churning out 134 yards and three scores on the ground via 25 carries. A series later, Hill made an acrobatic 52-yard run down to the Iowa State 1, setting up his own 2-yard TD run three plays later for OSU's first lead at 21-14 with 8:27 left in the half.
A week after a crushing loss to Oklahoma in Bedlam, Oklahoma State was slow to regroup against resurgent Iowa State.
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Hill was the early saving grace for Oklahoma State, as two of his three touchdowns came in the second quarter.
With both teams still fighting for a place in the Big 12 Championship game, Oklahoma State will be tied for second place in the conference with the loser of the Oklahoma-TCU game scheduled for 7 p.m. CT. The Cyclones converted on a short pass to running back David Montgomery. The play would be reviewed, and it was confirmed that sophomore cornerback A.J. Green came up with the interception. They took it to one of the nation's best defenses on the road and made the plays that needed to be made in a game that went bonkers from the opening kick.
Noland had a strong game in Kempt's absence, as did quarterback-turned-linebacker Joel Lanning, who rushed for a short touchdown and threw a 22-yard score.