Situated in Manhattan, Kansas, Bill Snyder Stadium may be one of the most underrated atmospheres in the Big 12 Conference. The Oklahoma State Cowboys  discovered the idea when the Kansas State Wildcats dominated most of the second half in 2016. Building a multi-touchdown lead, Mason Rudolph had a bit of work to do.

Down 37-28 early in the fourth quarter the Cowboy offense took over. Putting the ball in Rudolph’s hands, the quarterback dropped back to survey the field. Finding a streaking James Washington, the ball was hurled into the air.

Securing the catch, Washington ran into the end zone untouched for an 82-yard score. The play swung momentum in the Cowboys favor in a desperate looking game. However, it was just the beginning of a come from behind win for Mike Gundy and the program. Getting a stop and scoring one last time, OSU went on to win by a final of 43-37.