It was a signature victory for both Bill Snyder, who beat his former assistant for the first time in the regular season, and his players, who didn’t belong on the same field as Oklahoma last year in a 58-17 blowout. The Wildcats handed the Sooners their fourth home loss since 1999 and their first home loss to a ranked opponent since Stoops came to Norman.
And they did it in impressive fashion. They played strong defense, effective offense and had Oklahoma players, particularly quarterback Landry Jones rattled for long parts of the game. K-State was the better team and proved it by coming away with a memorable win.
How did it happen? Here’s a look at all that and more in this week’s Sunday Rewind: