Why it's on the list: Randle is one of only three players on our top 10 individual performances whose team didn't win, but the Pokes came up on the short end of a controversial late touchdown, and some fourth-down conversions by Texas converted were anything but Randle's fault. He averaged eight yards a carry on his 25 touches, racking up 199 yards and a pair of scores. He also caught a pair of passes for 12 yards, but his 69-yard scamper with a handful of broken tackles along the way came on the second play from scrimmage and ignited the Oklahoma State crowd. The Pokes were coming off a loss to Arizona, and the undefeated Longhorns carried a top 15 ranking into Stillwater. The run -- nevermind that Randle was flagged for spiking the ball after the emotional score, I couldn't blame him -- made it clear that the junior came to play and would be due for a big season, kicked off with his career night. No one knew Texas would have issues stopping the run, but don't let that take away from a major milestone in Randle's career, and a memorable night in Stillwater, despite the painful loss.