In 2009, the Oklahoma Sooners possessed a defense that continuously gave the Oklahoma State Cowboys fits. While the Sooners held their in-state rival scoreless, a fourth quarter punt would put an exclamation point on the game.
Quinn Sharp, one of the nation's premier kickers that year, sent one sailing over Ryan Broyles head. However, the receiver gathers himself and gains possession of the ball at the 23 yardline. Turning, Broyles appears to have limited running space.
Quickly shifting gears, Broyles turns toward the opposite side of the field and serpentines his way to the end for an 87-yard touchdown return. The score put the Sooners up 27-0 as the #12 Cowboys fell in Norman.