The Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Oklahoma State Cowboys faced off on Saturday in the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl.
Look back at our game updates from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
Oklahoma State rallies to beat Notre Dame in Fiesta Bowl
The Oklahoma State football team rallied to beat Notre Dame in the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl on Saturday, scoring 30 of the game's final 37 points in Glendale, Arizona.
Oklahoma State trailed in the second quarter, 28-7, but scored the next 30 points in the game to take a 37-28 lead before Notre Dame scored a late touchdown to pull within 37-35.
Oklahoma State's 21-point comeback win was the largest in Fiesta Bowl history.
Spencer Sanders completed 34-of-51 passes for 371 yards and four touchdowns for Oklahoma State.
Jack Coan had 509 yards passing and five touchdowns, with one interception, for Notre Dame.
Tay Martin had three touchdown catches for Oklahoma State and had 10 total catches for 104 yards receiving. Brennan Presly had 10 catches for 137 yards.
Notre Dame draws closer with late touchdown vs. Oklahoma State
Notre Dame scored with 1:05 left to make it a 37-35 game.
Jack Coan found Kevin Austin Jr. from 25 yards out for the touchdown. The drive went eight plays and 76 yards and took 1:11 off the clock.
Oklahoma State recovered the onside kick attempt and ran out the clock to end the game.
FINAL SCORE: Oklahoma State 37, Notre Dame 35
Notre Dame can't respond after turnover; Oklahoma State extends lead
The Fighting Irish haven't been able to move the ball much at all in the second half and that trend continued after the turnover, when Notre Dame turned the ball over on downs after forcing the Oklahoma State turnover.
Oklahoma State hit a 25-yard field goal by Tanner Brown after getting the great field position when Notre Dame turned the ball over on downs.
There is 2:16 left in the game.
Score: Oklahoma State 37, Notre Dame 28
Oklahoma State turns ball over in Notre Dame territory
Oklahoma State was driving deep in Notre Dame territory when quarterback Spencer --Sanders fumbled the ball at the 11-yard line, giving Notre Dame the ball with 3:07 left in the game.
Drew White recovered the fumble.
Notre Dame turns ball over in Oklahoma State territory
Notre Dame turned the ball over on an interception from quarterback Jack Coan with 6:35 left in the fourth quarter.
The ball was intercepted by Oklahoma State's Malcolm Rodriguez at the Cowboys' own 19-yard line, before he ran it back to the 30, spoiling a chance for the Fighting Irish in Oklahoma State territory.
Notre Dame's defense is going to have to come up with a stop to give the Fighting Irish a chance.
Oklahoma State adds to lead vs. Notre Dame
Tanner Brown kicked a 41-yards field goal with 9:07 left in the third quarter to extend Oklahoma State's lead against Notre Dame.
Oklahoma State has outscored Notre Dame 20-0 in the second half and has scored 27 straight points in the game since being behind 28-7 in the second quarter.
The Cowboys' most recent drive was for seven plays and 37 yards and took 2:40 off the clock.
Score: Oklahoma State 34, Notre Dame 28
Back-to-back turnovers in fourth quarter
The Cowboys caused the first turnover of the game on Notre Dame's ensuing possession when Kolby Harvell-Peel stripped the ball from Logan Diggs and recovered it.
Oklahoma State then marched down the field and was about to score when Drew White forced Brennan Presley to fumble right before the goal line.
Notre Dame's Ramon Henderson recovered the fumble in the end zone for a touchback for the Fighting Irish.
Notre Dame, however, wasn't able to do anything on the possession as Oklahoma State forced another three-and-out with 11:47 left in the third quarter.
Oklahoma State grabs first lead of game vs. Notre Dame
Oklahoma State has scored 24 straight points to take a 31-28 lead over Notre Dame, its first lead of the Fiesta Bowl.
The Cowboys took the lead on a 38-yard field goal by Tanner Brown to cap a 7-play, 36-yard drive. The drive took 2:17 off the clock.
Oklahoma State's defense continued to play well in the second half before the Cowboys' score, forcing a 3-and-out by Notre Dame to give the Cowboys the chance to take the lead.
The score came with six seconds left in the third quarter.
Score: Oklahoma State 31, Notre Dame 28
Spencer Sanders, Oklahoma State rally to tie Notre Dame
The Oklahoma State Cowboys have rallied to tie the game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish with 2:47 left in the third quarter.
Oklahoma State was down 28-7 in the second quarter.
Spencer Sanders hit Tay Martin from 8-yards out for the tying score, bringing the game to a 28-28 tie.
Oklahoma State's drive was for 10 plays and 89 yards and took 2:22 off the clock.
Sanders is now 25-for-39 for 263 yards and four touchdowns for Oklahoma State. Martin has three touchdown receptions.
Score: Notre Dame 28, Oklahoma State 28
Oklahoma State defense steps up vs. Notre Dame
Oklahoma State's defense has stepped up against Notre Dame since making the score 28-21, forcing the Fighting Irish to punt twice.
Can the Cowboys' offense now come through?
Notre Dame's most recent drive went for nine plays and 35 yards and took 4:13 off the clock.
The Fighting Irish forced Oklahoma State to a 3-and-out on the Cowboys' most recent possession.
Oklahoma State gets back in game vs. Notre Dame
Oklahoma State got the ball to start the second half and the Cowboys promptly drove 87 yards over 12 plays for a touchdown to pull within 28-21 with 10:52 left in the third quarter.
The drive took 4:08 off the clock.
Tay Martin got his second touchdown catch of the game for the score, this one a five-yard pass from Spencer Sanders.
Score: Notre Dame 28, Oklahoma State 21
First half stats from the Fiesta Bowl
Notre Dame quarterback Jack Coan went 24-for-33 for 342 yards and four touchdowns in the first half, while Oklahoma State's Spencer Sanders went 11-for-21 for two touchdowns.
Notre Dame has built its lead without anything from its running game, the Fighting Irish had 16 rushing yards in the first half.
Oklahoma State rushed for 97 yards in the first two quarters.
The Cowboys went 0-for-6 on third downs, while the Fighting Irish went 6-for-10.
Notre Dame has a 358-232 advantage in total yards.
Just three penalties were called in the first half.
Notre Dame had the ball for 19:22. Oklahoma State had it for 10:38.
Oklahoma State gets much-needed answer vs. Notre Dame
Oklahoma State got a huge touchdown with 37 seconds left in the first half to pull within 28-14.
Tay Martin, who had earlier had a couple of costly drops for Oklahoma State, caught a 8-yard touchdown pass from Spencer Sanders to give the Cowboys some hope in the game.
It only took the Cowboys four plays and 75 yards to get into the end zone and pull within two touchdowns at the half.
Score: Notre Dame 28, Oklahoma State 14
Notre Dame extends Fiesta Bowl lead vs. Oklahoma State
Quarterback Jack Coan threw his fourth touchdown pass of the first half - a 7-yard strike to Michael Mayer - to give the Fighting Irish a 28-7 lead with 1:16 left in the first half.
Notre Dame's drive took 4:25 off the clock and went for 11 plays and 84 yards.
Coan is 24-of-33 for 342 yards and four touchdowns in the first half.
Score: Notre Dame 28, Oklahoma State 7
Drops costly for Oklahoma State
Oklahoma State's next possession stalled after a couple of drops by wide receiver Tay Martin, one of which bounced off his hands deep in Notre Dame territory, forcing the Cowboys to punt once again.
The lack of offensive production for Oklahoma State has put the pressure on the team's defense to keep the game within striking distance late in the second quarter.
Notre Dame fails to add to lead vs. Oklahoma State
Note Dame couldn't add to its lead on the ensuing possession against Oklahoma State with Jonathan Doerer missing a 41-yard field goal attempt.
The Fighting Irish drive lasted eight plays and went for 47 yards, taking 2:30 off the clock.
There is now 6:41 left before the half.
Oklahoma State can't cut into Notre Dame's lead
Oklahoma State couldn't cut into Notre Dame's lead this time after a lengthy drive stalled in Notre Dame territory.
The Cowboys' Tanner Brown missed a 48-yard field goal, keeping the score at 21-7 with 9:11 left in the second quarter.
Oklahoma State had driven nine plays and 45 yards.
Notre Dame extends lead vs. Oklahoma State
After both Notre Dame and Oklahoma State exchanged 3-and-outs, Notre Dame added to its lead with a 10-play, 78-yard drive that took 3:43 off the clock.
Quarterback Jack Coan found Michael Mayer for a 16-yard touchdown pass to give the fighting Irish a 21-7 lead over Oklahoma State with 11:04 left in the second quarter.
Coan is 16-for-21 for 238 yards and three touchdowns in the game.
Score: Notre Dame 21, Oklahoma State 7
Fiesta Bowl first quarter stats
Notre Dame quarterback Jack Coan went 9-for-12 for 163 yards and threw for two touchdowns in the firs quarter, while Oklahoma State's Spencer Sanders went 6-for-9 for 46 yards and a touchdown.
Notre Dame ran for -3 yards in the first quarter as a team. Oklahoma State ran for 49 yards.
Chris Tyree had four catches for 94 yards and a touchdown for the Fighting Irish. His teammate, Lorenzo Styles Jr., had two catches for 43 yards and a touchdown.
Jaylen Warren led Oklahoma State with two catches for 29 yards, while Jaden Bray had one catch for nine yards and a touchdown.
Oklahoma State cuts into Notre Dame's lead
Oklahoma State went 3-and-out on its next possession after Notre Dame went up 14-0, but the Cowboys responded in a big way after that.
Their defense held Notre Dame to a 3-and-out of its own, then its offense took over to put the Cowboys on the board, 14-7 with a 8-play, 82-yard drive that ended with a 9-yard pass from Spencer Sanders to Jaden Bray with 1:46 left in the first quarter.
The drive took 2:29 off the clock.
Score: Notre Dame 14, Oklahoma State 7
Notre Dame adds to lead over Oklahoma State
The Fighting Irish responded on their next possession to take a 14-0 lead in the Fiesta Bowl with a 4-play, 66-yard drive that took 2:08 off the clock.
The key play was the touchdown play, a pass from Jack Coan to Chris Tyree for 53 yards.
Tyree was wide open in the middle of the field and was able to outrun Oklahoma State's defenders to the end zone.
There is 7:05 left in the first quarter.
Score: Notre Dame 14, Oklahoma State 0
Defenses step up in Fiesta Bowl
Since that opening touchdown drive, both defenses have stepped up to slow down the game.
Oklahoma State gained just six yards on its first possession of the game, which lasted just four plays.
Notre Dame went 3-and-out on its ensuing possession before Oklahoma State had a 3-and-out of its own.
Notre Dame gets quick early lead vs. Oklahoma State
Notre Dame took the opening possession of the game 75 yards in just 1:39 for a touchdown with the score coming on a 29-yard pass from quarterback Jack Coan to Lorenzo Styles Jr.
The drive took just five plays and Notre Dame throwing it on each play. Coan went 4-for-5 on the opening possession. There is 13:21 left in the first quarter.
Score: Notre Dame 7, Oklahoma State 0
How to watch Fiesta Bowl game
The game is airing on ESPN with Bob Wischusen on the play-by-play call and Dan Orlovsky as the analyst.
Only one band at Fiesta Bowl
Only one school sent its band to the Fiesta Bowl today: Oklahoma State.
Notre Dame elected not to send its band amid rising COVID-19 cases.
The decision has made been that we will not travel for the @Fiesta_Bowl. We will be cheering on @Marcus_Freeman1 & @NDFootball each step of the way!
Thank you to each and every one of our seniors who have sacrificed so much and worked so hard. Always and forever, Love Thee.☘️ pic.twitter.com/GRxBEJjdOu
— ND Band (@NotreDameBand) December 29, 2021
In a classy move, Oklahoma State's band learned Victory March and played it for Notre Dame during at the Phoenix Zoo's Zoo Lights on Thursday night.
— PlayStation Fiesta Bowl (@Fiesta_Bowl) December 31, 2021
🍀🎶 The @okstate marching band even paid tribute to the @NotreDameBand, which was forced to cancel its trip to the #FiestaBowl, by playing the @NDFootball fight song, after receiving the shoot music this afternoon.
— PlayStation Fiesta Bowl (@Fiesta_Bowl) December 31, 2021
Fiesta Bowl odds: Notre Dame slight favorite over Oklahoma State
Notre Dame is a 0.5-point favorite in the game.
The Fighting Irish are -105 on the money line, while the Cowboys are -115.
The over/under for the game is 45.5 points.
Picks and predictions for the game are pretty split with some writers and sites liking Notre Dame's chances for the win and others going with Oklahoma State.
You can see their picks and predictions for the game here.
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This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: Fiesta Bowl score rewind: Oklahoma State rallies past Notre Dame