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Undefeated and 8th ranked Kansas State appeared to be a Cinderella candidate down the stretch of the college football season. However, you can scratch that idea. Oklahoma destroyed Kansas State on Saturday and showed why they used to be ranked No. 1 in the nation.
Oklahoma got out to a 14-0 lead before Kansas State scored 17 straight. From then on, though, it was all Oklahoma. The Sooners scored the last 44 points of the game to win by a final score of 58-17.
Landry Jones was amazing, finishing 35-47 for 505 passing yards and five touchdowns. Oklahoma’s defense held Kansas State’s quarterback, Collin Klein, to 58 yards passing.
Oklahoma, who entered the game ranked 9th in the nation, has an outside chance at playing for the national championship. To do so, they’d have to win the rest of their games and have some of the higher seeds slip up. But, as Kansas State can tell you, the Sooners are as good as any team when they are playing their best.
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Landry Jones' record day vs. Wildcats helps Sooners regain lost
MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Landry Jones stood on the sideline, looking around, asking his teammates, then looking around some more. Darned if the quarterback couldn't find his helmet.
You can't fault the guy for being a bit forgetful, not on Saturday. He had plenty else on his mind. The clock was winding down on his Oklahoma Sooners' 58-17 victory over the 8th-ranked Kansas...
Landry Jones and Ryan Broyles helped No. 11 Oklahoma get back on track and spoil 10th-ranked Kansas State's dream season. Jones threw for a school-record 505 yards and five touchdowns, his All-American wide receiver caught 14 passes for 171 yards and a score, and the Sooners bounced back from a stunning defeat to beat the previously unbeaten Wildcats 58-17 Saturday.
CFT: Landry Jones threw for a school-record 505 yards and five TDs as the No. 11 Sooners routed the No. 10 Wildcats 58-17 on Saturday.
Now that it's all over, the stadium has emptied and college football makes sense again.
The talking heads can begin applying their adjectives, restoring Landry Jones to the Heisman Trophy race and Kansas State to obscurity.
Something odd, however, has gotten lost in Oklahoma's 58-17 mauling of the previously unbeaten Wildcats Saturday afternoon.
Does anyone recall, for...
Here’s video of Oklahoma wide receiver Jaz Reynolds making an incredible one-handed catch in the second quarter of the Sooners blowout against Kansas State.
BCS No. 9 Oklahoma was trailing 14-17 against the undefeated Wildcats. Watch him make the catch despite double coverage. Oklahoma demolished Kansas State 58-17.
Sooners quarterback Landry Jones became the first quarterback...
Landry Jones set a school-record with 505 yards passing as No. 9 Oklahoma rolled over No. 8 Kansas State, 58-17 Saturday.After K-State took a 17-14 lead midway through the second quarter, OU's defense shut out the Wildcats the rest of the way.Complete recap coming soon...
Landry Jones threw for a school-record 505 yards and five TDs as the Sooners throttled the Wildcats.
Landry Jones and Ryan Broyles helped No. 11 Oklahoma get back on track and spoil 10th-ranked Kansas State's dream season.
Quarterback Landry Jones threw for a school-record 505 yards as Oklahoma kept its Big 12 title hopes alive.
Bill Snyder reluctantly accepted so much credit for Kansas State's perfect start. Now, he wants to shoulder all the blame when everything went awry.
Landry Jones threw for a school-record 505 yards and five touchdowns Saturday, his All-American wide receiver caught 14 passes for 171 yards and a score, and 11th-ranked Oklahoma beat the No. 10 Wildcats 58-17 - dashing their championship...
Landry Jones and Ryan Broyles put Oklahoma's season back on track.
Before the 2011 college football season, there was boundless optimism bursting from all pockets and corners of the Lone Star State.
There was a crop of fresh, young Longhorns offensive playmakers ready to step into the national spotlight and a bright, shiny new 'Horns-only ESPN TV network launching in households from Austin to Amarillo.
In College Station, there was an Aggies...
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