Cowboys Trail Kansas State 28-20 At Halftime

Now the odds for the game have the Cowboys favored by around a touchdown to get the win.


Grogan, who kicked the tying and winning field goals in the final 1:33 the week before, pushed through a 37-yarder with 32 seconds left against Kansas State, rallying the No. 20 Cowboys to a 36-34 victory at Boone Pickens Stadium.

With the victory, Oklahoma State (5-0, 2-0 Big 12) remained undefeated.

The Cowboys and Wildcats both have held opponents in check this year, but expect both of their solid numbers to be bruised a bit now that they are taking on a decent opponent.

Hubener left the game in the first quarter after absorbing a rough hit while trying to slide.

The Wildcats once again drove to a score on their third possession, with Cook rolling right and passing to Deante Burton for a 17-yard touchdown, putting K-State up 21-13 with 10:46 to play in the first half. Oklahoma State Cowboys, on the other hand, ranks No. 68 in rushing offense at home with 190.5 yards. The effort moved him into fourth place in school history in rushing yards by a freshman with 260 yard, passing running back Darren Sproles and quarterback Daniel Sams.

“He’s still young. He’s playing in his fourth or fifth game, so he’s still going to make mistakes”. Defensive tackle Will Geary also tied a career high with his sack in the game. The Wildcats took the lead 34-33, and K-State missed the two-point conversion attempt.

As an entirely Kansas State isn’t an awesome provoking confederacy then they will don’t have a good one decoder located on the squad by using double-digit receptions even so.

With 2:15 left on the clock, the Cowboys drove down the field.

The Cowboys opened up the second quarter with a touchdown pass from J.W. Walsh to Jalen McClesky.

Before that, K-State controlled the game, taking a 28-13 lead in the second quarter, despite using Kody Cook, who usually plays receiver, at quarterback.

Afterward, Kansas State coach Bill Snyder told the Kansas City Star that he had noticed the error but didn’t elaborate.

It’s a shame, really, that Cook couldn’t finish what he started because it would have gone down as one of the craziest, most-unlikely, downright magical games in Kansas State history. It surprisingly took everything the Cowboys had.

Jordan Willis deflected a lateral pass by Rudolph, and Danzel McDaniel scooped the loose ball and returned it 6 yards to the OSU 6-yard line. Marcell Ateman led in receiving with 69 yards in four catches. The drive was highlighted by a 40-yard completion from Rudolph to Jhajuan Seales. Silmon’s touchdown pushed the Wildcats’ lead to 28-13.


“I thought the most important thing about this game was the adjustments made by our defensive staff after halftime”, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said.

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