Key play: Wes Lunt completed a 54-yard touchdown pass to Austin Hays, giving Oklahoma State a 7-0 lead.
Key stat: K-State controlled the ball for 11 minutes, 20 seconds.
Key play: Allen Chapman returned an interception 29 yards for a touchdown, giving K-State a 31-17 lead.
Key stat: Chapman intercepted Oklahoma State’s West Lunt twice in the quarter.
Key play: With Oklahoma State about to cut the deficit to a touchdown, Nigel Malone intercepted Lunt near the goal line early in the quarter.
Key stat: K-State held the ball for nearly 10 minutes in the quarter.
Key play: With Oklahoma State driving for a score with about two minutes left, Chapman intercepted his third pass of the night, maintaining K-State’s 44-30 lead.
Key stat: K-State quarterback Collin Klein spent the entire quarter on the sideline.
Player of the game: Chapman. The cornerback made three interceptions and returned one for a touchdown.
Reason to hope: K-State is undefeated after nine games.
Reason to mope: It’s always nerve-racking when a starting quarterback leaves the game for any reason.
Looking ahead: K-State heads next Saturday to TCU, which defeated West Virginia in overtime on Saturday. The Horned Frogs have been up and down this season, but have a strong defense and showed poise beating the Mountaineers.
| Kellis Robinett, email@example.com