Shocks No. 5 Oklahoma in Big 12 Upset, Kansas State Hangs On.

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 Shocks No. 5 Oklahoma in Big 12 Upset, Kansas State Hangs On.

No. 5 Oklahoma endured a tremendous shot subsequent to falling 48–41 to Kansas State in Manhattan, Kan., on Saturday evening. 

Oklahoma entered the game undefeated (7–0) and tied with Baylor for the lead position in the Big 12. Be that as it may, Kansas State set up 48 and gained by two key turnovers to agitate the Sooners and hurt their College Football Playoff trusts. 

The Sooners took a mid 10–0 lead in the principal quarter before exchanging touchdowns and field objectives with the Wildcats to hold a thin 20–14 lead late in the second. 

Be that as it may, Kansas State assumed responsibility for the game with just 38 seconds left before halftime when protective back AJ Parker blocked wide beneficiary Nick Basquine's pass on a stunt play and returned it 26 yards to Oklahoma's 14-yard line. The Wildcats profited by the pick to score a touchdown and enter halftime ahead, 24–20. 

Oklahoma's battles just deteriorated in the subsequent half, as Kansas State scored a field objective and two touchdowns in the second from last quarter. The Wildcats' second score in the quarter came after the Sooners' T.J. Pledger bumbled the opening shot return and Kansas State recuperated it to go up 41–23. 

In the final quarter, Oklahoma mobilized to score consecutive touchdowns and a two-point transformation to slice the Wildcats' lead to 48–38 with 5:36 left in the game. The Sooners included another score yet it wasn't sufficient to stop the disturbed after an onside kick recuperation was toppled after survey.

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