Tune in at 7:50 PM ET as Kansas State takes on Oklahoma. Maxwell Hubert will be liveblogging for your enjoyment.
Hello everybody and welcome to the liveblog of the Wildcats and Sooners. My name is Maxwell Hubert(@teedotyankee) and I will be following tonight's matchup with all of you out there. Please feel free to imput your comments and observations and take part in the action! It's going to be a great one, let's do this!
In their last action, Kansas State was a 35-21 winner at home against North Texas.
OU was a 69-13 winner in its last match at home against Florida A&M.
Kansas State has won 3 straight games.
Oklahoma has won 2 straight games.
Let me hear what you think will happen in today's game! what is your final prediction?
Does anyone out there have any $$$$$ on today's game? I would probably take the Sooners -15 and UNDER 56
Kansas State is 6-1 SU in their last 7 games
The total has gone OVER in 10 of Kansas State's last 12 games on the road
Oklahoma is 5-0 SU in their last 5 games when playing Kansas State
Oklahoma is 23-1 SU in their last 24 games at home
Oklahoma is 17-3 SU in their last 20 games
The Wildcats will recieve the opening kick from the Sooners!
The opening kick flies through the back of the endzone and the Wildcats will start from their 25
KST 1st and 10 - Klein fakes the handoff to the right side and takes off for 7 yards
KST 2nd and 3 - Klein on the keeper has some room on the near side and 13 yards for a FIRST DOWN at the KST 45
KST 1st and 10 - Hubert finds a nice hole up the gut and has a FIRST DOWN into OU territory before he was tripped up.
KST 1st and 10 - Hubert slowly moves off the left side trying to find a hole. Gain of 4 yards
KST 2nd and 6 - Klein looks to the far side of the field and his pass is behind the reciever and incomplete
KST 3rd and 6 - TIMEOUT called by the Sooners with 12:42 left in the 1st Quarter
The Wildcats have shown balance on offense through three contests, averaging 251.7 yards per game on the ground and 203.0 through the air while also holding steady as the league’s least-penalized unit at 14.0 yards per game - a figure that also ranks second nationally.
The Sooners, coming off a bye week, are 2-0 on the year after early wins on the road at UTEP and at home against Florida A&M.
Oklahoma has been led so far by running back Damien Williams and quarterback Landry Jones. Williams currently leads the league in rushing at 129.5 yards per game, while Jones has thrown for 474 yards and four touchdowns in two games
Does the Wildcats O have the horses to compete with the Sooners?
KST 3rd and 6 -Klein fakes the drop and takes off on the QB draw. He is held shy of the first down by about 2 yards. KST to punt.
The punt bounces inside the 10 yard line and is downed at the OU 9 yard line
OU 1st and 10 - Jones completes underneath to Stills for a gain of 7 yards
OU 2nd and 3 - Jones changes the play at the line. Whaley runs up the gut for a FIRST DOWN across the OU 20
OU 1st and 10 - Draw play to Whaley and he runs through the hole for another FIRST DOWN to the OU 30
Childs is down on the field for the Wildcats. He looks to be ok. Maybe just winded.
OU 1st and 10 - Whaley sprints off the left side and has some room for a gain of 8
OU 2nd and 2 - Pass complete to Dwyer for a FIRST DOWN
OU 1st and 10 - Handoff to Finch. He makes a few Wildcats miss off the right side for 11 yards.
OU 1st and 10 - Whaley takes the rock this time for a gain of 5 inside the KSt 45
OU 2nd and 5 - Screen pass complete to the near side for NO GAIN
OU 3rd and 5 - Jones drops back and has time to find Stills for a FIRST DOWN inside the KST 30