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MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Kansas State dealt a big blow to No. 5 Oklahoma's national title hopes, holding on for a 48-41 victory Saturday. Skylar Thompson threw for 213 yards while running for four scores, and the Wildcats' defense did just enough against Jalen Hurts and the Sooners' prolific offense. When a video review overturned a final onside kick with 1:45 left, the Wildcats had their first home win over Oklahoma since 1996.
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Freshman Max Duggan threw for two touchdowns, including a tiebreaking 44-yarder to Jalen Reagor the first play after one of Sam Ehlinger's career-high four interceptions, and TCU beat No. 15 Texas 37-27. Duggan finished with a career-best 273 yards passing against the Big 12's worse pass defense. He ran for a clinching score. The Longhorns lost their third straight game in Fort Worth for the first time since the 1940s.
AMES, Iowa (AP) — Freshman Spencer Sanders threw for 249 yards and two TDs and Oklahoma State upset 23rd-ranked Iowa State 34-27, snapping the Cyclones' three-game winning streak. Chuba Hubbard had 116 yards rushing for the Cowboys, who used four big plays to snap their two-game skid. Malcolm Rodriguez gave Oklahoma State a 34-27 lead with 6:47 to go on an interception he returned 26 yards for a touchdown.
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Douglas Coleman fumbled on a blocked field goal return with two seconds to go and Liam Jones capitalized with a 32-yard field goal to give Kansas a 37-34 win over Texas Tech. Nick McCann blocked Jones' 40-yard attempt and the ball landed in the hands of Coleman, who ran to his left before attempting a lateral that did not touch another Tech player.
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