STILLWATER, OK – Brandon Weeden threw for 502 yards, including 13 connections with star wide receiver Justin Blackmon, as Oklahoma State outlasted Kansas State 52-45 Saturday night.
The Cowboys (9-0) trailed by a point with under five minutes to go when Weeden hit Blackmon for a 54-yd score and a seven-point lead, but the Wildcats (7-2) answered almost immediately with a touchdown to tie the game at 45. Then, less than a minute later, Joseph Randle’s second touchdown run of the game put Oklahoma State ahead for good.
John Tautges and Terry Donahue called the action for Westwood One Sports.
(Joseph Randle’s 4-yd run gives the Cowboys a 7-0 lead)
(Angelo Pease scores from 5 yards to cut the deficit to 14-10)
(Collin Klein’s 4-yd TD run puts the Wildcats ahead 17-14)
(Allen Chapman’s 60-yd interception return gives KSU a 24-14 edge)
(Weeden to Tracy Moore from 5 yards ties the game at 24)
(Weeden hits Randle for a 15-yd score to give OSU a 34-24 lead)
(Klein to Tyler Lockett pulls the Wildcats back to within three, 34-31)
(Klein runs in another TD to put K-State ahead 38-37)
(Weeden to Blackmon for a 54-yd score to make it 45-38 OSU)
(Klein scores again to tie it at 45)
(Randle’s 3rd TD of the night makes it 52-45 Cowboys)
(K-State has one last shot to score a touchdown to tie it)
(Postgame recap from Westwood One’s John Tautges and Terry Donahue)