Oklahoma 10, Oklahoma State 44 2:25 Final
Bedlam was supposed to decide whether Oklahoma or Oklahoma State would play in the BCS national championship game.
But, after the Sooners' surprising loss to Texas Tech and Iowa State's major upset against the Cowboys, the rivalry has lost a bit of its spice.
Either way, this game will decide which team will represent the Big 12 in a BCS bowl and will serve as the de facto Big 12 championship game.
Despite the loss of some of the game's luster, it's still a pretty big rivalry game. With the No. 3 Cowboys hosting the No. 10 Sooners, anything can happen.
This game promises to be a shootout, so get ready to see some high-flying offensive action between two of the best quarterbacks in the country, OSU's Brandon Weeden and OU's Landry Jones.
The winner of this game will be the team with the defense that can force its opponent into a mistake or two.