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MANHATTAN, Kan. - Yes, Kansas State led for a time, 17-14, but only a short time as Oklahoma scored the final 44 points Saturday in blasting the previously unbeaten Wildcats, 58-17. The loss dropped the Wildcats to No. 17 in the national polls heading into Saturday’s 7 p.m. kickoff at No. 3 ranked and 8-0 Oklahoma State.
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Oklahoma State has only been 9-0 one other time in the history of the school's football program, and that was in 1945. The third-ranked Cowboys have won their first eight games of the 2011 season and will be attempting to keep their perfect record intact Saturday night against Kansas State at Boone Pickens Stadium.
After Oklahoma's demolition of formerly top 10 ranked Kansas State there were many quality options for the Hot 11 - could we have our first No. 1 offensive lineman?
Nov 5, 7:00 PM | Turf of Boone Pickens Stadium
Kansas State Wildcats vs Oklahoma State Cowboys Odds
The visiting Wildcats hope to send their backers to the pay window on Saturday as they look to cover the spread at Boone Pickens Stadium against the Cowboys.
The Wildcats will try to spoil to the party on Saturday; they are 6-2 ATS against the number this...
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