GLENDALE, Ariz. -- That's a little more like it. Both teams put together scoring drives that match their personalities.
The Cardinal went 87 yards on seven plays, using 4 minutes, 30 seconds of clock to cap the drive with a 24-yard touchdown run by Jeremy Stewart.
Oklahoma State answered with a four-play, 84-yard drive that took up just 1:11, ending with a 43-yard touchdown pass to Justin Blackmon.
The pair teamed up again on a 67-yard touchdown pass to tie the score.
Blackmon already has 110 receiving yards -- marking the first time this season the Cardinal has allowed a receiver to gain more than 100 yards.
About six minutes left in the quarter and OSU has regained the momentum after falling behind by two scores.