Oklahoma fullback Trey Millard got stuffed on fourth down at the goal line, providing a second goal-line stop for Texas A&M's defense in the game.
The stop preserved a Texas A&M lead with just under four minutes to play in the fourth quarter. Texas A&M now leads, 33-19.
Oklahoma also got stopped on the goal line on four consecutive attempts in the first quarter, and ended up getting shutout in the first half.
The Sooners had similar failures in the national championship game against Florida two years ago, getting stuffed on the one-yard line and turning the ball over on downs.
Turns out, the rules are the same in College Station as they are in Miami: Turn seven points into zero with no push on the offensive line and you'll lose games.
The Sooners blocked a punt for a safety to get the ball back and provide some hope, but it'd take a miracle for Oklahoma to come back in this one.
Considering the Sooners' road troubles and a trip to Stillwater on the docket, it looks like there's a new favorite in the Big 12 South: Oklahoma State, who dominated Baylor earlier in the day, scoring the game's first 34 points.