Kansas State exceeds total offense from TCU game in less than one half against Oklahoma

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Kansas State took a 21-7 lead over Oklahoma early in the second quarter, posting 282 yards of offense at the time of the latest touchdown. That’s a little mind-blowing, considering how the Wildcats played one week ago.

The Wildcats needed just under 15 minutes on the game clock to exceed their total offense — and point total — from the teams’ 26-6 loss to TCU one week prior. Kansas State only posted 215 yards against the No. 4 Horned Frogs on Oct. 14.

Kansas State’s running game has played a key role in the contest against the Sooners. The Wildcats owned a 222-55 yard edge on the ground at the time of the score that made it a 21-7 game. Kansas State posted an additional 60 yards of offense through the air at that point.

And on top of all that, safety Denzel Goolsby recorded this absolutely incredible interception on a pass from Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield.

Kansas State has not defeated Oklahoma at home since 1996 and has not defeated a top 10 team at home since 2006. Both of those droughts can come to an end with a Wildcats win today.

 

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