Another week brought another heartbreaking loss for West Virginia.
The Mountaineers had No. 12 Oklahoma on the ropes in Morgantown, holding a lead with less than a minute to go, but OU quarterback Landry Jones capped off the game-winning drive with a touchdown strike to Kenny Stills that stymied the WVU upset hopes.
The loss put West Virginia on its first five-game losing streak since 1986, as the Mountaineers have now been on a winning and losing streak of five games this season.
In the 50-49 loss, Tavon Austin had a career day, rushing for more than 300 yards, while Stedman Bailey hauled in four touchdown receptions.
However, despite their best efforts, defensive deficiencies and one enormous special teams mistake resulted in a losing effort for WVU.
Here are the winners and losers from Saturday night's shootout at Milan Puskar Stadium.