15th ranked Kansas State managed 362 yards of offense as the Wildcats upset 6th ranked Oklahoma 24-19. The Wildcats improve to to 4-0 while Oklahoma drops to 2-1.
K-State quarterback Collin Klein was 13-21 for 149 yards through the air and carried the ball 17 times for 80 yards and a touchdown. John Hubert led K-State on the ground with 23 carries for 131 yards.
For Oklahoma, Landry Jones was 28 of 43 for 298 yards with a touchdown and an interception. The Sooners turned the ball over three times on the night, losing two fumbles and an interception. One of those fumbles was returned two yards for a Kansas State touchdown.
The Sooners actually outgained the Wildcats on the stat sheet, 386 yards to 362 yards for KSU. The Sooners managed 298 yards through the air and 88 yards on the ground.
If there was a bright spot offensively it was the play of true freshman Sterling Shepard. Shepard led all receivers with seven catches for 108 yards and a touchdown. Kenny Stills and Justin Brown both had six receptions.
Defensively, the Sooners played well for three quarters. Then gave up two late drives in the fourth quarter for K-State's margin of victory. Tony Jefferson led the Sooners with a career high 14 tackles while Javon Harris added 12 tackles on the night.
It was a very disappoiting evening for senior quarterback Landry Jones. While he did throw for 298 yards, Jones threw into coverage many times, dropped the fotball on at least two occasions and lost a fumble at the goal line which was returned for a KSU touchdown. Back up Blake Bell didn't fare much better, losing a fumble at the Kansas State six yard line in the second quarter in the BellDozer formation.
The Sooners have another week off and then travel to Texas Tech in two weeks.