Big 12's most iconic plays of the past decade: Nos. 11-15

This week, we’re counting down the Big 12’s biggest plays of the past 10 seasons. It’s a chance to look back and celebrate some of the league’s most memorable moments from the 2006 season through 2015. This list could easily be 250 plays long instead of 25, but we tried our best to narrow our selections down to the most iconic and important. Here’s Nos. 11 through 15.

11. Lache Seastrunk's pulled hammy touchdown

With Baylor clinging to a 34-27 lead over Oklahoma State in 2012, the Bears handed off to their star running back. After breaking loose through a hole, Seastrunk pulled his hamstring around the Oklahoma State 40-yard line. Even then, the Cowboys couldn't catch him, and he hobbled his way into the end zone for a game-clinching 76-yard touchdown in a 41-34 victory. The Bears went on to hammer UCLA in the 2012 Holiday Bowl before capturing back-to-back Big 12 titles the following two seasons -- the first coming with Seastrunk manning the backfield.

12. Justin Tucker sends Aggies out in defeat

During the second round of conference realignment, Texas A&M decided to bolt the Big 12 and abandon its longtime rivalry with Texas in favor of the SEC. In the two teams' final meeting as conference foes in 2011, A&M led 25-24 late in the fourth quarter. But Case McCoy drove the Longhorns down the field, and Tucker nailed a 40-yard field goal as time expired to send the Aggies tumbling out of the Big 12 with a bitter 27-25 loss.

13. Quinn Sharp's kick sails over the upright

In 2011, second-ranked Oklahoma State was two games from advancing to the BCS national championship. But after Alex Elkins intercepted a pass with 3:17 left, Sharp sailed a 37-yard field goal attempt above the upright that was ruled no good, and that allowed the game to go to overtime. In the second overtime, Jeff Woody's touchdown run gave Iowa State a stunning 37-31 victory. The day before, Oklahoma State women's basketball coach Kurt Budke, assistant Miranda Serna and two others who were killed in a plane crash. Oklahoma State bounced back to rout Oklahoma, but Alabama edged the Cowboys for a spot in the national championship.

14. Sam Bradford's Bedlam flip

In the 2008 edition of Bedlam, Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford took off the down the sideline. As he neared the pylon, Bradford dove for the end zone, but he was knocked out of bounds via aerial cartwheel. Bradford came up just short of the goal line, but the Sooners scored a touchdown on their way to a 61-41 shootout in Stillwater. That catapulted the record-scoring Sooners to the Big 12 and BCS championship games and gave Bradford his signature Heisman moment.

15. Kendall Wright's deflection touchdown

In a 2011 game filled with memorable plays, Baylor's Robert Griffin III dropped back when trailing Oklahoma by a score and buried deep in his own territory. Griffin's pass ricocheted off the helmet of intended receiver Tevin Reese and landed in the arms of Wright 20 yards downfield. Wright coasted for an 87-yard touchdown, and Baylor stunned Oklahoma 45-38 (with another play that might or might not come up later on this list) to give Art Briles a program-defining victory.