Watch it again in regular speed. Did he ever possess the ball? No. Even if he did, it was ruled fumble on the field. Did you see indisputable video evidence saying that he DID possess the ball, over the fact that he did not, watching it in slow motion?
Let me guess, the refs just happened to miss an inelligible receiver catching a downfield pass, and they also just happened to miss that incomplete pass. OU had already declined the penalty on that incomplete pass (It was ruled complete, but we all saw that it wasn't on the replay), so if it got overturned OU gets nothing out of it. Typical coddling of the Sooners by the league.
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