STILLWATER, OK - NOVEMBER 5: Wide receiver Justin Blackmon #81 gets hit by defensive back Tysyn Hartman #2 of the of the Kansas State Wildcats in the first half on November 5, 2011 at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Oklahoma State defeated Kansas State 52-45. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)

Oklahoma State Vs. Kansas State Final Score: Pokes Survive And Advance, 52-45

K-State threatened to make Stanford and Boise State fans very happy by knocking off OK State, but the Cowboys found just enough in their magazines. We're saying it was a shootout.

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Oklahoma State Vs. Kansas State Final Score: Cowboys Win Thriller Over Pesky Wildcats, 52-45

While the LSU Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide were playing the Game of the Century in Tuscaloosa, the Oklahoma State Cowboys beat the Kansas State Wildcats in the game of this Saturday night in Stillwater. Oklahoma State held against Collin Klein and the Wildcats offense at the goal line in the final seconds to preserve a 52-45 victory.

The two teams combined for 32 points in the fourth quarter, with 25 of them coming in a stretch that took 3:00 of game clock. Brandon Weeden threw for 501 yards and four touchdowns, Justin Blackmon had 13 catches for 205 yards and two touchdowns, and Klein had 375 combined passing and rushing yards, with three touchdowns on the ground and one through the air.

Oklahoma State trailed at 38-37 late in the fourth, but immediately responded with a touchdown and two-point conversion; from there, the two teams each scored another touchdown, and Klein led K-State down the field on an improbable potential game-tying drive.

But Klein, not the most refined passer, misfired on three throws with goal to go, allowing the Cowboys to escape another Big 12 shootout with a spotless record.

Oklahoma State should now be ranked No. 2 when the Week 11 BCS rankings are released on Sunday night. It would be the program's highest-ever BCS ranking, and give the Cowboys the inside track to a BCS National Championship Game showdown with LSU.

For more on the Cowboys, be sure to check out the SB Nation blog Cowboys Ride For Free. For more on the Wildcats, head over to Bring On the Cats. And stay tuned to our Week 10 StoryStream for college football scores from around the country throughout the day.

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Kansas State Vs Oklahoma State Score: Wildcats Lead, Chaos Imminent

The Kansas State Wildcats are six minutes away from blowing up the best-laid plans. You see, Bedlam has been circled on the calendars of many, even with the Oklahoma Sooners' loss to Texas Tech a few weeks back. All the Oklahoma State Cowboys needed to do was keep on winning.

And yet here we are, with Kansas State leading Oklahoma State late in the fourth quarter. The Wildcats just scored the go-ahead touchdown on a four-yard Colin Klein run, capping a 14-play, 70-yard drive that took almost eight and a half minutes off the clock. For a team trying to come back in the fourth quarter in a close game the drive was just what the doctor ordered.

Brandon Weeden and the Cowboys still have a chance, but the next six minutes are the season, essentially. A loss here knocks Oklahoma State from the BCS Championship picture -- at least for now -- while a win should bump the Cowboys up into the top-two.

With time running out in the fourth, Kansas State leads Oklahoma, 38-37.

For more on the Cowboys, be sure to check out the SB Nation blog Bring On the Cats. And stay tuned to our Week 10 StoryStream for college football scores from around the country throughout the day.

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Oklahoma State Vs. Kansas State Halftime Score: Stillwater Shootout A-Brewin'

Oklahoma State and Kansas State may be playing just the third-billed game of a jam-packed Saturday night, but the Cowboys and Wildcats are putting on a show in Stillwater. Oklahoma State leads, 27-24, at the half, but only after conceding 24 straight points and coming back. 

After racing out to a 14-0 lead, the Cowboys allowed Kansas State to score twice on offense in the first quarter, on a field goal and an Angelo Pease run, and then gave up another offensive score and a defensive touchdown in the first five minutes of the second quarter.

But Brandon Weeden, who has thrown for 248 yards and two touchdowns, helped the Cowboys strike back, piloting them on two long field goal drives and converting a possession that started on Kansas State's 5 to six points in one play.

The Wildcats' dual-threat quarterback, Collin Klein, has 104 passing yards and a rushing touchdown.

For more on the Cowboys, be sure to check out the SB Nation blog Cowboys Ride For Free. For more on the Wildcats, head over to Bring On the Cats. And stay tuned to our Week 10 StoryStream for college football scores from around the country throughout the day.

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