MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) - — Kansas State had its perfect season undone last week by Oklahoma. Now, the No. 17 Wildcats will try to get back on track against third-ranked Oklahoma State.
The Wildcats were hammered 58-17 by the Sooners, allowing 690 yards of offense while only managing 32 yards in the second half. Cornerback Nigel Malone said "it kind of hurts the pride a little bit," especially after Kansas State was off to its best start since 1999.
Things won't be much easier against the Cowboys.
The quarterback-to-wide receiver duo of Brandon Weeden and Justin Blackmon is among the best in college football, and some have argued they're a more prolific offense than Oklahoma.
It'll be another big test for Bill Snyder and his Wildcats.