In a game that produced all of the expected offensive firepower and featured All-American performers at virtually every offensive skill position, the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl was decided by the kickers. No. 3 ranked Oklahoma State outlasted No. 4 Stanford, 41-38 in overtime, because the Cowboys' Quinn Sharp made both of his field goal attempts. The Cardinal saw their hopes of winning fade away because Jordan Williamson missed three attempts, including one that would have won the game at the end of regulation and another in the overtime period. The game matched two explosive but radically different offenses. Oklahoma State (12-1), a high scoring offense, averaging 49.3 points a game behind quarterback Brandon Weeden (4,328 passing, 34 touchdowns), and Justin Blackmon (14 consecutive games with 100 yards in receptions). Oklahoma State never led in the Fiesta Bowl until overtime. Falling behind 28-21 and 31-24 in the third quarter, the Cowboys knotted the score at 31-31 when Weeden found Blackmon on a 17-yard scoring pass with 11:53 remaining. It was the third overtime game in Fiesta Bowl history and first time both starting quarterbacks threw for more than 300 yards as Weeden finished with 399 and Luck, who completed 27 of 31 passes, had 347. Celebrate the Cowboys' Fiesta Bowl victory with "The 2012 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl" DVD, which includes the commercial-free game broadcast as well as special bonus features, making it a great addition to any Oklahoma State fan's DVD collection.