(OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma)
With two Kansas teams playing Thursday in Oklahoma City, the streets looked more like Manhattan or Lawrence.
Look one way, you saw blue. Look the other way, you saw purple. Even the parking attendants can tell you, Kansas has no lack of support for it's two biggest colleges.
Romero tells Eyewitness News, "Maybe three or four cars at a time, then it might slack up for about 15 minutes, and then three or four other cars come in again."
Hours before K-State found it's way to Ford Center, K-State fans found each other at a Wildcat party. "It's great to see so many Kansans invading Oklahoma for a change and showing them how to play basketball," said K-State University President Kirk Schulz.