After Oklahoma's 33-24 win over Oklahoma State on Saturday, Sooners coach Bob Stoops had plenty of praise for special teams coordinator Jay Boulware.
But Stoops said the call to try a fake field goal, down 17-10 late in the third, was all his.
“That special teams guy doesn't have that kind of range,” Stoops said. “Jay does an awesome job, don't get me wrong, but those are my decisions.”
Holder Grant Bothun hit kicker Michael Hunnicutt for the touchdown pass to tie the game.
Not only was the decision Stoops', the play was as well.
The Sooners used it to beat Missouri 31-24 on the road in 2002 when holder Matt McCoy threw a touchdown pass to tight end Chris Chester.
One of Bothun's other options on the play was tight end Taylor McNamara.
HUNNICUTT BREAKS RECORDS
Hunnicutt made some history with more than his hands Saturday.
Hunnicutt's second-quarter field goal was his 22nd of the season, breaking the school record for most field goals in a season. He added another in the fourth.
Hunnicutt, a junior, has an OU-record 61 for his career.
The first field goal also sent Hunnicutt past R.D. Lashar for first on the OU all-time kick scoring list and third on the overall OU scoring list.
Hunnicutt now has 341 points in his career.
He was the first Sooners kicker to score a touchdown since Tim Duncan scored on a 10-yard run against Texas A&M in 2001.
OU COMPLIANCE TWEET CAUSES STIR
In the wake of Oklahoma's 33-24 Bedlam win Saturday, plenty of Sooners' official accounts were tweeting about the game.
Most were pretty tame, congratulating the team for the win.
But OU athletics compliance's account, @OUCompliance, sent a tweet with a bit more edge.
“I love being a SOONER. Millions $ loss for OSU. #bedlam,” the account posted.
Not long after, the tweet was taken down and two more posted: “Someone hacked out account. Pride for the state of Oklahoma,” and “Our account appears to have been hacked sorry for any inappropriate tweets. Thanks to those followers for notifying us.”
The account, which typically offers a combination of serious advice on NCAA rules compliance and lighthearted exchanges relating to compliance, was soon deleted.