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- Dr. Saturday via Yahoo! SportsOct 03 05:26 PM
Kansas State's streak of 49 wins when leading at halftime snapped with OSU comeback.
- KCTV 5 Kansas CityOct 03 05:54 PM
Ben Grogan made a 37-yard field goal with 32 seconds remaining to lift No. 20 Oklahoma State past Kansas State, 36-34 on Saturday.
- The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsOct 03 07:09 PM
Ben Grogan is getting used to having games come down to his foot. Grogan made a 37-yard field goal with 32 seconds remaining to lift No. 20 Oklahoma State past Kansas State, 36-34 on Saturday. Last week, he made field goals from 41 and 40 yards in the final 1:33 to give the Cowboys (5-0, 2-0 Big 12) a 30-27 victory at Texas.
- Fox SportsOct 02 02:39 PM
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder doesn't expect junior quarterback Joe Hubener will have any issues with pressure as he starts his first Big 12 road contest at Oklahoma State on Saturday.
- KOCO 5 Oklahoma CityOct 03 04:54 PM
The Oklahoma State Cowboys didn't take a lead in the game until midway through the 4th quarter, and the late momentum, and a field goal with 37 seconds left, helped them beat the Kansas State Wildcats.
- Oklahoma's NewsChannel 4Oct 03 02:01 PM
Oklahoma State’s football team got a 37-yard field goal from Ben Grogan with 32 seconds left to provide them the winning points in a 36-34 victory over Kansas State at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater on Saturday. Kansas State got the ball first and went 67 yards in 11 plays to a touchdown, as Kody […]
For the second straight week, No. 20 Oklahoma State rallied in the fourth quarter, defeating Kansas State on Saturday ...ESPN BlogsOct 03 05:08 PM
For the second straight week, No. 20 Oklahoma State rallied in the fourth quarter, defeating Kansas State on Saturday 36-34 with a game-winning field goal in the final seconds. Here's what happened: Player of the game: After quarterback Joe Hubene
- ESPN BlogsOct 03 05:16 PM
Oklahoma State survives valiant effort from Kansas State's Kody Cook
- Fox SportsOct 02 12:39 PM
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) Oklahoma State sophomore quarterback Mason Rudolph aims for a steadier performance against Kansas State on Saturday.
- Sports IllustratedSep 30 10:52 PM
LAWRENCE, Kan.—The Kansas college football apocalypse happened 28 falls ago, on Sept. 19, 1987. That infamous Saturday, Glen Mason's Kent State Golden Flashes went into Lawrence and upset the Jayhawks, 31–17. Meanwhile, an hour west on Interstate 70, a similar storyline unfolded in Manhattan: Army, visiting Kansas State, trounced the Wildcats, 41–14.
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