(USA Today Sports Images)The snap whizzed by Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty's left shin in an instant. The Baylor quarterback was expecting the ball to come towards his hands in front of his midsection. Instead, it flew past like a torpedoing sparrow delirious from hitting a window.
That torpedoing sparrow? Yeah, it's a good metaphor for Baylor's evening.
As Petty chased down the ball, it looked like he was going to fall on it and preserve a field goal opportunity. Nope, the sparrow continued on, only to be scooped up by Oklahoma State's Tyler Patmon and ran 78 yards for a touchdown. The final score: Oklahoma State 49, Baylor 17.
When the snap sailed past Petty, Baylor was at the Oklahoma State 2-yard line, trailing 35-10 with over 12 minutes left. Sure, a touchdown would only cut the deficit to three possessions, but this was Baylor's offense. We've seen how crazy it can be.
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