MIAMI GARDENS, FL - SEPTEMBER 24: Quarterback Collin Klein #7 of the Kansas State University Wildcats rushes upfield against the Miami Hurricanes September 24, 2011 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

Kansas State Vs. Oklahoma Score: Sooners Roll Wildcats, 58-17

The Kansas St. Jayhawks put their 7-0 record on the line against the Oklahoma Sooners.

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Kansas State Vs. Oklahoma Score: Wildcats Suffer First Loss On The Year, Fall 58-17 To Sooners

The Kansas St. Wildcats are the latest team to fall from the undefeated ranks as they were not able to keep pace with the Oklahoma Sooners. Oklahoma handily defeated Kansas State 58-17 by the way of the arm of Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones who had a career day with a school record 505 passing yards and threw for five touchdown passes n the route.

The first half Kansas State was able to keep pace by the legs of quarterback Collin Klein, but in the second half the Oklahoma defense shut down the Kansas State offense by posting a shutout in the second half. On the day Klein finished with 92 rushing yards with two touchdowns and only  58 yards through the air.

The Oklahoma offense took off in the second half by scoring 35 unanswered points. The Oklahoma passing game is what Kansas State could not defend as Jones threw three of his five touchdowns in the second half. Wide receiver Ryan Broyles lead the way with 14 receptions for 171 yards and a score; Kenny Stills also eclipsed the 100-yard mark with 101 yards on only four receptions.  

The loss puts Kansas State at 7-1 and next weeks matchup will not get any easier as they face the No. 3 ranked Oklahoma St. Cowboys.

For more on the Kansas St. Wildcats head over to Bring on the Cats and for more about the Oklahoma Sooners check out Crimson and Cream Machine.


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Kansas State Vs. Oklahoma Score: Sooners Extend Lead 30-17

After the Kansas St. Jayhawks rolled off 17 straight points, the Oklahoma Sooners came back with their own run by scoring 10 unanswered points to end the first half and now lead 23-17. Oklahoma retook the lead following a Kansas State touchdown the Oklahoma offense throwing against the Kansas State secondary and scoring on an 18-yard touchdown pass from Landry Jones to Jaz Reynolds.

The Sooners went onto kick a 53-yard field goal to end the half and lead 23-17. There was a injury for Oklahoma who lost running back Dominique Whaley for the year when he broke his ankle in the first quarter.

Oklahoma received the ball to start the second half and they continued to move the ball through the air against the Kanas State secondary and scored on a Landry Jones 19-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Broles to put Oklahoma up 30-17. So far, Jones had 335 yards passing, three touchdowns but also has two interceptions.

For more on the Kansas St. Wildcats head over to Bring on the Cats and for more about the Oklahoma Sooners check out Crimson and Cream Machine.


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Kansas State Vs. Oklahoma Score: Wildcats Score 17 Straight Points To Take A 17-14 Lead

After falling behind 14-0, the Kansas St. Wildcats are making a comeback against the Oklahoma Sooners. After kicking a 53-yard field goal to get on the board, quarterback Collin Klein and the rushing game came alive on their third drive. Klein, running back John Hubert and Tyler Lockett led the rushing charge on the 78-yard drive. Klein as he has done all year led the attack by gaining 55 of those yards and scored on a 42-yard touchdown run to narrow the deficit to 14-10.

Then the Kansas State defense stepped up when Nigel Malone read the out pattern and intercepted Landry Jones, and then returned it 22 yards to the Oklahoma's 47 yard line. The Kansas State offense kept up the momentum from that interception and on the first play Klein had another big run by rushing for 32 yards and then Hubert ran for 11 yards to put Kansas State at the two. On the third play Klein ran it in for two yards to put Kansas State up 17-14 over Oklahoma which capped off 17 straight points for the Wildcats.

For more on the Kansas St. Wildcats head over to Bring on the Cats and for more about the Oklahoma Sooners check out Crimson and Cream Machine.

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Kansas State Vs. Oklahoma: Wildcats Trying To State Undefeated

The Kansas St. Jayhawks put their 7-0 record on the line against the Oklahoma Sooners.

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