On fourth down with his team down four, Texas Tech quarterback Graham Harrell went to his go-to guy, firing his last shot into the end zone to try to win Saturday's game.
The 15-yard pass bounced off Michael Crabtree's hands and rolled out of the end zone. But before it hit Crabtree's hands, it hit OSU defensive back Ricky Price's finger. Just don't ask Price which one. "I have no clue,” Price said. "It just barely grazed (the ball).” Price got so little of the ball that at first he didn't know he got enough of it to change the play. "At first I thought he had caught the ball and I was like, ‘Man,'” Price said. "Then once I seen he dropped the ball that's when (smiles). He's a great guy, he's a great player. For him to drop that ball after I barely got enough on it just to even make a difference, it helped a lot.” Tech moved the ball up field quickly on the final drive, but Harrell's last two passes fell incomplete. By Andrea Cohen