After a close first half, the Sooners came out in the second half and held KSU scoreless, while racking up just shy of 700 yards of offense for the game. The final score was, 58-17, leaving the Wildcats with their first loss of the season.
The road does not ease up on K-State as they travel to Stillwater, OK next Saturday to face the No. 3 team in the country, the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
Below are images from today's game.
|Wildcat tight end, Travis Tannahill, gets upended by two Oklahoma defenders during the second half of Saturday's game in Manhattan. The Sooners pulled away in the second half and won, 58-17, handing the Wildcats their first loss of the season.|
|Oklahoma defenders jump with their hands in the air trying to block a first half field goal attempt by the Wildcats. After a closely played first half, the Sooners pulled away in the second half, winning, 58-17.|
|Before Saturday's game between K-State and Oklahoma began, the two teams needed to be separated after a mild scuffle broke out.|
|K-State receiver, Chris Harper, attempts to catch a touchdown pass in the corner of the end zone during Saturday's, 58-17, defeat to the Oklahoma Sooners. The Wildcats did not score the entire second half.|
|K-State linebacker, Arthur Brown, dives to tackle Oklahoma receiver, Trey Franks, during Saturday's game at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.|
|Oklahoma quarterback, Landry Jones, right, celebrates with Sooner fullback, Trey Millard, after Millard broke a long touchdown run in the second half of Saturday's, 58-17, victory over K-State.|
|Wildcat receiver, Chris Harper, draws a pass interference call on Oklahoma linebacker, Tony Jefferson, during Saturday's game at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.|
|Current Green Bay Packer receiver, and former K-State All-American, Jordy Nelson, talks to fans at Saturday's game against Oklahoma.|
|Kansas State cheerleaders.|
|Wildcat quarterback, Collin Klein, is sandwiched by Oklahoma defenders during the second half of Saturday's game. K-State could not stop the Sooner defense, and could not score in the second half, and fell to the Sooners, 58-17.|
|After the Sooners defeated the Wildcats, 58-17, Saturday in Manhattan, Sooners head coach, Bob Stoops, meets his former boss, K-State head coach, Bill Snyder, at midfield.|