53. 1982: OU 27-9 â€” OSU trailed just 13-9 in the third quarter, but OSU's Stanley Blair fumbled Michael Keeling's 62-yard punt, setting up Marcus Dupree's TD.
54. 1912: OU 16-0 â€” Bedlam started brewing, as 300 fans and a band traveled to Norman on a special train, the biggest visiting contingent to OU at that time.
55. 1986: OU 19-0 â€” Tim Lashar kicked four field goals, and OU's defense ran its Bedlam shutout streak to almost 10 quarters.
56. 1963: OU 34-10 â€” New OSU coach Phil Cutchin had the Cowboys up 10-7 in the third quarter. But OU scored four TDs to roll.
57. 1937: OU 16-0 â€” Jack Baer scored a TD and kicked a school-record 46-yard field goal.
58. 1991: OU 21-6 â€” OU staged a goal line stand, turning back OSU after 2nd-and-goal at the 1-yard line late in the third.
59. 1914: OU 28-6 â€” OU ruined OSU's 5-0 start to the season, but the Pokes finally scored their first Bedlam points.
60. 1998: OSU 41-26 â€” OSU beat OU in Stillwater for the first time since 1966 and sealed John Blake's fate.
61. 1916: OU 41-7 â€” Tommy Graham scored two first-quarter touchdowns.
62. 2009: OU 27-0 â€” The Cowboys managed just six first downs and 109 total yards, and Ryan Broyles' 87-yard punt return secured the victory.
63. 1918: OU 27-0 â€” Earl Pritchard, who in 1917 coached OSU to its first Bedlam victory, returned from the war two days before the game and reassumed command of the team.
64. 1915: OU 26-7 â€” 5,000 fans saw the game at Oklahoma City's Fair Park, where OSU took its first Bedlam lead before Trim Capshaw scored two TDs.
65. 2005: OU 42-14 â€” Adrian Peterson ran for 237 yards, including a 71-yard TD in the fourth quarter that put away the Cowboys.
66. 1935: OU 25-0 â€” Big Bill Breeden scored on a 2-yard run for OU's first Bedlam points since 1929.
67. 1951: OU 41-6 â€” OSU's 6-1-1-2-1 defense clogged the middle against fullback Buck McPhail, but quarterback Eddie Crowder directed the rout.
68. 1906: OU 23-0 â€” OSU played tougher in the series' second meeting, coach Bennie Owen's first Bedlam game.
69. 1925: OU 35-0 â€” Bennie Owen's last Bedlam victory. OU led just 7-0 at half.
70. 1911: OU 22-0 â€” OSU didn't score in its first eight Bedlam games but came close here â€” Frank Comstock returned a fumble 51 yards before OU's Claude Reeds ran him down at the 4-yard line.
71. 1973: OU 45-18 â€”Jimbo Elrod's blocked punt ignited the Sooners, who capped their first unbeaten season since 1956.
72. 1997: OSU 30-7 â€” OSU came in with a better record and higher ranking than OU for the first time since 1945.
73. 2007: OU 49-17 â€” Allen Patrick ran for 202 yards as the Sooners clinched the Big 12 South title.
74. 1949: OU 41-0 â€” Jim Lookabaugh's last game after 11 years as OSU's coach came at Owen Field. P.A. announcer Bruce Drake paid tribute to Lookabaugh, and the Sooner crowd of 47,937 offered a tremendous ovation.
75. 1967: OU 38-14 â€” Steve Owens ran for 136 yards and Ron Shotts added 108 as the Sooner tailbacks finished 1-2 in Big Eight rushing.
76. 1944: OSU 28-6 â€” OSU dominated the last Bedlam game played at Taft Stadium; as Bob Fenimore scored the Pokes' only offensive TD and OSU accepted a bid to the Cotton Bowl.
77. 1972: OU 38-15 â€” Dave Robertson threw a 68-yard TD pass to Albert Chandler on the game's fourth play.
78. 1919: OU 33-6 â€” In the last Oklahoma City Bedlam game for 24 years, Myron Tyler blocked three OSU punts.
79. 1956: OU 53-0 â€”In the final moments, Bud Wilkinson inserted an all senior team that marched to the OSU 2 yard line. Tackle Ed Gray and halfback Clendon Thomas traded positions, and Gray scored the only TD of his career.
80. 1962: OU 37-6 â€” Monte Deere threw three TD passes.
81. 1936: OU 35-13 â€” The Sooners sent coach Biff Jones out a winner. Jones, a member of the military, had been transferred to Fort Leavenworth days before.
82. 1994: OU 33-14 â€” Jerald Moore ran for five touchdowns in the last Bedlam game for coaches Gary Gibbs and Pat Jones.
83. 1957: OU 53-6 â€” In their first home game since ending a 47-game winning streak, the Sooners rolled against an OSU team that stood 6-2-1.
84. 1968: OU 41-7 â€” Sooner quarterback Bobby Warmack ran for two TDs and passed for two more.
85. 1953: OU 42-7 â€” OU entered 8 1-1, OSU 7-2, but OU rolled after OSU's Bobby Green returned a first-quarter punt 57 yards for a TD.
86. 1938: OU 19-0 â€” The Sooners stayed on track for the Orange Bowl.
87. 1999: OU 44-7 â€” Josh Heupel completed 22 of 32 passes and OU kept OSU from qualifying for a bowl.
88. 1920: OU 36-0 â€” Harry Hill, OU's Flying Dutchman, scored four touchdowns.
89. 1931: Tie 0-0 â€” Owen Field was muddy, slippery and frigid, leading to a game of few gains and many fumbles.
90. 1945: OSU 47-0 â€” Bob Fenimore ran back the opening kickoff 59 yards to spark the most lopsided loss in OU history, until 1996.
91. 1979: OU 38-7 â€” A new feud. Bedlam week started with news that Barry Switzer angered Jimmy Johnson with a couple of alleged minor recruiting violations, one of which Switzer admitted to. The week ended with Billy Sims' four TDs.
92. 1939: OU 41-0 â€” Beryl Clark led the Sooner rout in Jim Lookabaugh's first Bedlam game as OSU's coach.
93. 1934: Tie 0-0 â€” OSU shut out OU for the fifth straight time.
94. 1980: OU 63-14 â€” J.C. Watts scored four TDs to douse the hopes of Orange Bowl officials invited OU but openly preferred Nebraska.
95. 1952: OU 54-7 â€” OSU's Bill Bredde returned the opening kick 98 yards, but the Sooners dominated.
96. 1904: OU 75-0 â€” The first Bedlam game â€” and one of the most famous, thanks to Cottonwood Creek in Guthrie. A freezing wind blew a punt back behind the goal. Under the rules of the day, the ball was free even if out of bounds. It ended up in the creek, with wet players in tow.
97. 1970: OU 66-6 â€” The OU wishbone's first big explosion, the Sooners zoomed to a 45-0 halftime lead.
98. 1928: OU 46-0 â€” A crowd of 10,000 in Stillwater was disappointed by the largest Bedlam rout since 1906. Earl Flint's 33-yard TD run was the highlight.
99. 1978: OU 62-7 â€” Billy Sims ran 209 yards to break Terry Miller's Big Eight rushing record of 1,680, then the Sooners celebrated news they would get an Orange Bowl rematch with Nebraska.
100. 1955: OU 53-0 â€” Clendon Thomas' 65-yard punt return sparked the rout.
101. 1946: OU 73-12 â€” Sooner coach Jim Tatum's only Bedlam game started an amazing run of domination. Between 1945 and 1995, OU went 45-3-1 against OSU.
102. 1971: OU 58-14 â€” Playing nine days after the Game of the Century against Nebraska, the Sooners rolled up 696 total yards.
103. 1907: OU 67-0 â€” A battle of brothers â€” OSU's Roy Campbell and OU's Ralph Campbell were dueling centers who battled throughout the blowout.
104. 1993: OU 31-0 â€” OSU recorded just one first down, and that came on a fourth-down, roughing-the-kicker penalty.