The 2013 Bedlam game proved to be one of the more exciting games in the rivalry and lived up to the series' nickname.
With OU trailing 24-20 with 20 seconds left, Blake Bell threw a seven yard touchdown to Jalen Saunders to put the Sooners up for good in a 33-24 Sooners win in Stillwater.
The game winning pass is still Bell's last pass at quarterback to date.
Bell was the Sooners' third quarterback to play in the game and nearly threw an interception to OSU's Justin Gilbert just five plays before the touchdown, but the future NFL first round pick dropped the ball for an incompletion at the last second.
OSU would have one last chance to score after Bell's touchdown pass, but Clint Chelf couldn't handle a lateral on the Pokes' last ditch effort and OU's Eric Striker returned the fumble for a touchdown as time expired.
Desmond Roland gave the Cowboys hope and the lead late after he ran in a one yard touchdown run, putting OSU up 24-20 with 1:46 left.
Chelf threw four straight first down passes on the drive to set up the touchdown.
Down a touchdown and facing fourth and goal in the third quarter, Bob Stoops called for and converted a fake field goal as Grant Bothun threw an eight yard touchdown pass to Michael Hunnicutt to tie Bedlam at 17 all.
Chelf put Oklahoma State up 17-10 just minutes into the third quarter with a 15 yard touchdown pass to Roland, who finished with three total touchdowns on the day.
OU's Jalen Saunders broke open the rivalry game taking back a Cowboy punt for a 64 yard touchdown return, it was the third of his Sooner career.
OSU looked like they may run out to a big, Bedlam win when Roland broke loose for a 75 yard touchdown romp, but the play would be called back for a holding penalty, however Roland did give Mike Gundy's squad a 7-0 lead two possessions later.
The 2013 battle featured freezing temperatures and senior day for a large group of Cowboys.