Oliver did carry almost all the action but wasn't able to score during regulation so both periods went to the "clinch". Position in the clinch is decided by coin (disc) flip which Oliver "won" both times. He gets to start with a single leg and MUST score. This is similar to the tie-breaker in folkstyle. In the first period he pushed Gibbons out of bounds to score a point on the "step out" (unlike folkstyle, if you go out of bounds on your feet your opponent gets a point). In the second period, Oliver exposed Gibbons back to the mat during the scramble to score 2 points. Simple.