Missouri wins Cotton Bowl over Oklahoma State

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ARLINGTON, TEXAS - Henry Josey ran for three touchdowns including the go-ahead score with 3:08 to play as Missouri knocked off Oklahoma State 41-31 in the 2014 Cotton Bowl.

With the Tigers up 34-31 with one minute left in the fourth quarter, Michael Sam sacked OSU quarterback Clint Chelf and forced a fumble. Mizzou defensive lineman Shane Ray picked it up and returned it 76 yards for the score to extend the lead to ten points.

It was Mizzou's first win in the Cotton Bowl since 2007. With the win, the Tigers matched their school record for victories with twelve.

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