Found November 03, 2012 on
Saturday night's big-time college football games come in a range of scoring options. While Alabama-LSU may be too defense-heavy and Oregon-USC may be too high scoring, Oklahoma State-Kansas State may be just right. In the second quarter, there was a spark of special teams scoring when the Wildcats and Cowboys took back kick returns for touchdowns on consecutive plays. First, KSU's Tyler Lockett took one back 100 yards to make the score 24-10, then OSU's Desmond Roland responded, taking one back 80 yards to get the game a little closer at 24-17. Watch both kick returns in the videos below.  
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