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Oklahoma State football: The picture that changed the Fiesta Bowl

Davidell Collins and Brodrick Brown look back on the missed field goal that helped the Cowboys beat Stanford in the Fiesta Bowl.
By Gina Mizell Modified: August 12, 2012 at 9:28 am •  Published: August 10, 2012
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photo - Stanford kicker Jordan Williamson kicks and misses a field-goal attempt in overtime during the Fiesta Bowl. AP Photo
Stanford kicker Jordan Williamson kicks and misses a field-goal attempt in overtime during the Fiesta Bowl. AP Photo

DURING

Brown: “Our coaches tell us (to) try to run in there and make the kicker shank it or something like that, and that's what happened. I got pressure on the kicker, and he kicked it wide left.”

Collins: “I just gave a little push and then jumped as high as I could to lean out, because I have a long reach. Unfortunately, we didn't get the block, but I think we threw it off a little bit with our hands and just our pressure and our presence of being in there through the kick. (That) made him nervous and made it go wide.”

AFTER

Brown: “I was like, ‘Our offense is about to score.' I was just excited, not only for us, but for the people came down to watch.”

Collins: “At first, I thought it went through, because I missed the block. … But then I heard the crowd go crazy, and I looked up at the scoreboard and I see that he didn't make it and I was like, ‘Oh, yeah! We still got a chance. We just won the game.'”