Thompson Scores 4 TDs As K-State Stuns No. 5 Oklahoma, 48-41

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October 26, 2019

The Associated Press
Kansas State wide receiver Joshua Youngblood (23) scores a touchdown against Oklahoma safety Delarrin Turner-Yell (32) during the first half of an NCAA football game at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kan., Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019. (Ian Maule/Tulsa World via AP)

Skylar Thompson and Kansas State dealt a big blow to No. 5 Oklahoma’s national title hopes.

The Wildcats’ quarterback threw for 213 yards while running for four touchdowns, the defense did just enough against Heisman Trophy contender Jalen Hurts and the Sooners’ prolific offense, and Kansas State held on through a harrowing fourth quarter for a 48-41 victory Saturday.

It wasn’t certain until Oklahoma (7-1, 4-1) tried on onside kick with 1:45 left. The ball caromed downfield and the Sooners recovered, but a review showed one of their players touched it one yard early. (READ MORE) by Dave Skretta | AP 

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No. 5 Oklahoma took a huge hit after falling 48–41 to Kansas State in Manhattan, Kan., on Saturday afternoon.

Oklahoma entered the game undefeated (7–0) and tied with Baylor for first place in the Big 12. However, Kansas State put up 48 points and capitalized on two key turnovers to upset the Sooners and hurt their College Football Playoff hopes.

The Sooners took an early 10–0 lead in the first quarter before trading touchdowns and field goals with the Wildcats to hold a slim 20–14 lead late in the second. (READ MORE) by Jenna West | Sports Illustrated

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