The No. 15 Kansas State Wildcats (3-0) visit Norman, Okla. Saturday to play Oklahoma (2-0) in the Big 12 opener for both teams. Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein knows his team needs to do everything right to beat the Sooners in their own house:
"I would say a collective effort. We cannot turn the ball over and cannot go three-and-out. That puts a lot of pressure on not only us in terms of field position, but it also puts a lot of pressure on our defense. We are going to need to execute, protect well and make some plays. I think it is going to be everything – we cannot do just one thing. It has to be everything."
The Wildcats have not left home yet in 2012, beating Missouri State, Miami (Fl.) and North Texas in Manhattan. Oklahoma beat UTEP on the road and blew out Florida A&M at home.
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