One of the biggest college football upsets of the year happened at Boone Pickens Stadium.
On Saturday (Nov.17), the (6-5) Oklahoma State Cowboys upset the seventh ranked (8-2) West Virginia Mountaineers, 45-41, in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Oklahoma State quarterback Taylor Cornelius connected with Tylan Wallace with 42 seconds left for the game-winning touchdown.
Sherwood Park's Chuba Hubbard set a career-high with 134 rushing yards, plus he added 24 receiving yards and a touchdown. The Bev Facey grad saw the majority of touches while Justice Hill sat out with a rib injury.
Hubbard is now averaging an impressing 5.9 yards per carry and 10.1 yards per catch. The redshirt freshman has touchdowns in four of the six Cowboy wins this season.
Oklahoma State will take on the Texas Christian University Horned Frogs at Amon G. Carter Stadium on Saturday (Nov.24).