Kansas State trails Oklahoma State 27-24 at halftime after a wild second quarter that saw the Wildcats go up by 10 at one point.
After a Collin Klein rushing touchdown gave Kansas State its first lead of the game at 17-14, Allen Chapman extended the lead with a 60 yard interception return for a touchdown of a Brandon Weeden pass to make the score 24-14. The Cowboys came right back to score the last 13 points of the half on a couple of Quinn Sharp field goals and a Weeden to Tracy Moore touchdown pass.
Both teams defenses have taken advantage at opportune times. Kansas State has turned it over twice while Oklahoma State has three turnovers as well.
Collin Klein threw for 104 yards and ran for 26 in the first half with a touchdown. Tyler Lockett has 61 yards rushing on just two carries to lead the Wildcats in rushing at the half. Tramaine Thompson has four catches for 58 yards.
Brandon Weeden threw for 248 yards and two touchdowns in the first half but was intercepted twice including the Allen Chapman pick six. Joseph Randle has been held in check with just 18 yards on nine carries but does have a touchdown. Tracy Moore had a big first half with seven catches for 123 yards and a score.