WATCH: Washington State uses 2 crazy TDs to beat Oregon in double OT

The Washington State Cougars celebrate their miraculous upset vs. Oregon on Saturday.

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Don’t ever count out Washington State. 

Trailing 31-21 with four minutes left against Oregon in Eugene, the Cougars were thought to be done for. But they had other ideas.

After kicking a field goal with 3:53 left, the Cougars stopped the Ducks in time for one final drive. With eight seconds left, QB Luke Falk threw to the left corner of the end zone and found wide receiver Dom Williams with one second left on the clock to tie the game.

The teams traded touchdowns in the first overtime. Then, Falk led the Cougars down to the four-yard line in the second overtime. Falk tossed a pass to River Cracraft, who caught and then lost control of the ball at the one-yard line. But before the ball hit the ground, receiver Robert Lewis scooped it up and scored a miraculous touchdown.

The Cougars stopped the Ducks on the following possession and took home an incredible upset.