Oklahoma's quest for a perfect season ended in the most unlikely place...at home.
The third-ranked Sooners entered Saturday with a 39-game winning streak at Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, but Seth Doege found lightning in a bottle with five touchdowns to lead the Texas Tech Red Raiders to a 41-38 upset victory.
Doege passed for 441 yards and four scores on 33-of-52 attempts and also ran for a TD for Texas Tech (5-2, 2-2 Big 12), which was coming off consecutive home losses to Texas A&M and Kansas State.
Alex Torres caught three of Doege's touchdown passes and finished with 94 yards on four receptions.
Mike Hunnicutt missed two field goals from Oklahoma, including a 28-yard chip shot with three minutes remaining that bounced off the right upright.
The Sooners, whose last loss at home came on September 3, 2005 against TCU, pulled within 41-38 on Landry Jones' fifth touchdown pass with 1:10 remaining, but Texas Tech recovered the onside kick to seal the unlikely win.