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Kansas State Vs. Oklahoma Score Update: Sooners Lead 13-10 Entering 4th Quarter

The Oklahoma Sooners regained the lead over the Kansas State Wildcats in the third, as they head into the final quarter with a 13-10 advantage.

The story of the third was a Landry Jones turnover that wasn’t and then one that was.

What was initially ruled a Jones’ fumble was overturned early in the quarter. Oklahoma retained possession and completed an 88-yard scoring drive, capped off by running back Blake Bell’s three-yard touchdown run.

While Jones avoided his second turnover earlier in the quarter, he threw his first interception of the game with a little over a minute left. The pick set the Wildcats up in Sooners territory for the start of the fourth quarter.

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