Well, this was the scenario everyone predicted that K-State would need to pull out the win tonight. Low-scoring, win the turnover battle, and be successful on the ground. At the half the Wildcats lead 10-6, complements a fumble recovery by Jarell Childs in the end zone after Landry Jones was hit by Justin Tuggle at the two yard line. Jones is completing his passes, which is impossible to stop to an extent. However, the pressure K-State is creating isn’t allowing Jones to exploit the secondary – he’s only averaging 6.5 yards per pass with several dinks and dunks to safety outlets. This is all we need right now.
K-State’s lead is by no means safe as the Sooners ready for the second half. Blake Bell, Oklahoma’s goal line quarterback utilized for his large size and rushing ability, fumbled a snap at short and goal. If Bell manages to not screw up here and finds the end zone, Oklahoma goes into the half with the lead and momentum. As it stands, Snyderball is being run to perfection as the Wildcats are playing smart (no turnovers, only one penalty), and controlling the line of scrimmage for Hubert and Klein to maximize their rushing yards.