Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett had a 206-yard first half vs. Oklahoma

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Oklahoma might want to consider covering him at some point.

Kansas State and Oklahoma are in the middle of a wildly entertaining 24-21 game in Manhattan, and Wildcat wideout Tyler Lockett has been the star of the show so far. Through 30 minutes of action, Lockett has six receptions for 206 yards and three touchdowns. Again, that's just in the first half.

His three touchdowns, all of which came off the arm of Jake Waters, have all been from long range, coming from 48, 30, and this one from 90 yards.

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Lockett's receiving yardage accounts for 76 percent of Kansas State's total yardage. Granted, he's taking advantage of some truly awful coverage on the part of the Oklahoma secondary, but those numbers are absolute madness for only one half of football.

You may want to watch the second half of this game, if you can.

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