With a chance to lead No. 13 Oklahoma to another Big 12 championship, Landry Jones couldn't find a way to dig the Sooners out of big first-half deficit for a second straight year.
Instead, the mistakes kept piling up.
Jones was responsible for four of Oklahoma's five turnovers, including two fumbles that directly led to touchdowns, and No. 13 Oklahoma State routed the Sooners 44-10 Saturday night to win its first Big 12 title.
''You can't put it on anyone but me tonight,'' said Jones, who finished with 250 yards passing, two interceptions and no touchdowns.
''I singlehandedly lost this game for us. That's just the way it is. I had the ball in my hands and coach put the ball in my hands to win the game, and I lost it for us.''
Just a year earlier, Jones had rallied Oklahoma from a 17-0 first-half deficit to beat Nebraska in the Big 12 championship game. This time, he came out from halftime and committed another costly mistake.
Jones dropped back to pass but the ball came squirt...