Details Set For Oklahoma State Spring Game

STILLWATER, Okla. – The format of Saturday’s Oklahoma State spring football game is set. OSU’s offense will go against its defense for approximately 120 plays with a unique scoring system in place. No time will be kept. There will be kickoffs and kick returns, but no points will be awarded on returns. All punts will be fair caught.

A look at how points will be awarded:

Offense Scoring Opportunities
Touchdown 6 points
Point After Touchdown 1 point
Two-Point Conversion 2 points
Field Goal 3 points
Explosive Play (12+ yard run or a 16+ yard pass) 1 point
Three Consecutive First Downs 1 point

Defense Scoring Opportunities
Defensive Touchdown 7 points
Two-Point Conversion Return 2 points
Turnover Forced 3 points
Fourth-Down Stop 2 points
Sack 2

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