STILLWATER — The Sooner points kept piling Saturday night. Seven, 14, 37, 51, 61. Kept piling for Oklahoma State, too, which made this the zaniest, wildest, highest-scoring game in Bedlam history. The Sooners won it 61-41, their fourth, count ’em, fourth straight game to crack the 60-point barrier, and their reward for such a show, for such a monumental feat of outrageous football is this. A Sunday of worrying about and waiting on points out of their control. “Out of our hands now,” said OU quarterback Sam Bradford, a concept that must be a relief to all opposing defenses, who would like nothing better than to see the ball far from Sudden Sam's grasp. “All we can do is hope what we've done the last two weeks is enough.” We'll find out between 3 p.m. and 3:30 today, when the BCS rankings are announced on FOX, and the great debate will be decided. Which will it be, OU or Texas emerging from the Solomonic three-way tie in the South Division to play in the Big 12 title game next Saturday night? “If 61 points is not good enough, I don't know what is,” yelled OU center Jon Cooper as he climbed up the Boone Pickens Stadium ramp. If pollsters vote for the most deserving team, who knows? There are solid arguments for both sides, and they've been well-covered lo these many days. If voters side with the most entertaining, it's Kansas City here the Sooners come. Bradford's electric light offense is the greatest show in college football. After the first quarter, OU had the ball eight times against OSU. The result: seven touchdowns, a field goal and 54 points. The gutty Cowboys kept it close for the longest, down 44-41 midway through the fourth quarter, but finally blinked. And the Sooners kept churning. Bradford said OU wasn't seeking style points with its full-throttle fourth quarter. It was seeking something else. “Honestly, we wanted to score 60 points again,” Bradford said. OSU coach Mike Gundy gave the Sooners a chance by calling timeout with 25 seconds left. That gave the Sooners another play, and tailback Chris Brown bolted 28 yards on a sweep for a touchdown. And now the ball moves from Bradford's hands to voters, who had OU barely ahead of Texas last week. If they repeat that ballot, the Sooners will be in Kansas City, because the computer rankings figure to boost Oklahoma ahead of the Longhorns this week. “I think we have a real good chance,” said Bob Stoops. “We have finished the year pretty strong.” Stoops' case: OU beat then-No. 2-ranked Texas Tech by 44 points a week ago and the 12th-ranked Cowboys by 20 on Saturday. And anyone who saw the game knows the Sooners were in a street fight. The BooneDock, despite the well-publicized empty seats, rocked all night, particularly with the big plays produced by State quarterback Zac Robinson. Bradford completed 30 of 44 passes for 370 yards and four touchdowns and made a highlight-reel play with an eight-yard scramble in which he went airborne and was flipped by OSU safety Ricky Price, just to reach the 1-yard line. But it wasn't clear until late who was the best quarterback on the field. Robinson was magnificent, with timely passes and magical scrambles. Robinson threw for 254 yards and ran for 90, and not until two late sacks did the OU defense turn back the Cowboy upset bid. OSU never did stop Bradford. The Sooners converted 12 of 18 third downs, most on Bradford passes, and this was a Heisman Trophy-worthy performance. By crunch time, all other meaningful football was over, which means every interested fan was watching and saw Bradford's case as America's best quarterback: 12 of 18 for 199 yards and three TDs in the second half alone. They saw OU's case as the Big 12's best team, which frankly was better than any of the campaigning done by any side in recent days. This is a show you don't want to see end. Berry Tramel: 405-760-8080. Berry Tramel can be heard Monday through Friday from 4:40-5:20 p.m. on The Sports Animal network, including AM-640 and FM-98.1.