The Oklahoma State Cowboys scored five touchdowns in the first half of their game on Saturday against Texas. The Longhorns scored four. No field goals made. And yet, OSU led Texas 37-25 at the half.

That's because the Longhorns had big problems on special teams, with three extra point attempts blocked, one of which was returned for two points by the Cowboys.

That two-point score was pretty nifty, and came courtesy of some San Antonio high school talents.

Madison grad Vincent Taylor made the block and initially picked the ball up. Knowing that he was too slow to make it all the way to the endzone before getting caught, he pitched to Judson grad Tre Flowers who took it to the house for the score.

Watch the play here: