The Wizard storms Norman: K-State ruins Oklahoma's title dreams

For the first time in 15 years, K-State has beaten Oklahoma on the road. For the first time ever, a Bob Stoops Sooners team has lost at home to a ranked foe. Bill Snyder is amazing.

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Kansas State Vs. Oklahoma 2012 Highlights Video: Landry Jones Fumble Costs Sooners

The Oklahoma Sooners turned the ball over three times, resulting in 17 points for the Kansas State Wildcats. One of those turnovers came off a Landry Jones strip that ended in the end zone for a Kansas State touchdown.

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Kansas State Vs. Oklahoma Final Score: Wildcats Rally To Defeat Sooners

The No. 15 Kansas State Wildcats used two fourth quarter touchdowns to hold off a late rally and upset the No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners, 24-19.

The Wildcats scored 14 unanswered points on their first two possessions of the fourth quarter to take a 24-13 lead over the Sooners. Oklahoma answered with a touchdown of their own, but their two-point attempt failed and they were unable to get the ball back from the Wildcats.

Oklahoma got the scoring started, as their first drive resulted in a 28-yard field goal off the foot of kicker Michael Hunnicutt. Kansas State’s defense scored the game’s first touchdown, as they forced a Landry Jones fumble and returned it for a score. The Wildcats converted another Sooners’ turnover into three more points before Hunnicutt kicked his second field goal of the game, a 38-yarder, to make it 10-6 Kansas State at half.

Oklahoma regained the lead in the third, as Blake Bell scored on a three-yard touchdown run, but another turnover by Jones set up the Wildcats first score in the fourth.

Box Score Hero: Wildcats running back John Hubert rushed for 130 yards on 23 carries and scored the game’s decisive touchdown.

Rankings Ramifications: With their impressive win, the Wildcats will likely move into the Top 10, while the Sooners could fall out.

But Did They Cover? Oklahoma didn’t manage to pick up the victory, much less cover the spread.

For More On This Game: For more on the Kansas State Wildcats, check out Bring on the Cats, and for more on the Oklahoma Sooners, head over to Crimson and Cream Machine.

Next Week’s Schedule: Kansas State plays Kansas on Oct. 6, while Oklahoma plays Texas Tech on the same day.

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