Jones notches first late game-winning drive

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- On fourth down in the final seconds on Saturday, Landry Jones gave wideout Kenny Stills a quick glance. Then with the West Virginia crowd screaming and the pressure mounting, Oklahoma's senior quarterback changed the play.

"As a competitor, you want these moments in your life," Jones said. "When it's all on the line.

"And the ball's in your hands."

Thanks goodness for the Sooners, it was.

After calling the audible, Jones slung a pass right into Stills' chest for the game-winning score, lifting the Sooners to a dramatic 50-49 victory Saturday in their maiden voyage to Morgantown.

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