No. 22 Oklahoma State takes on Kansas State

The Associated Press - November 4, 2016 11:31 am

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) – No. 22 Oklahoma State takes on Kansas State on Saturday.

Oklahoma State controls its own destiny in the Big 12 because it still has to play Oklahoma, the only remaining unbeaten team in league play. The Wildcats are likely out of title contention, but another win makes them bowl eligible, and two more would give 77-year-old coach Bill Snyder his 200th.

One of the key matchups is prolific passer Mason Rudolph, who directs the Cowboys’ often potent offense, against Kansas State’s defense. Rudolph has already thrown for 2,532 yards with 17 touchdowns and just two picks, but he will be going against arguably the Big 12’s best defense – one that mostly shut down West Virginia and Texas.

 

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