Sooners Overcome Travel Issues to Torch Wildcats

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Oklahoma's football team had an eight-hour travel delay just getting to Manhattan to play Kansas State, but once it was time to play, the Sooners delivered a historic rout of the Wildcats.

Oklahoma's 55-0 blowout of K-State was the Sooners' largest win margin on the road since beating Kansas 71-10 in 1987, and it was OU's largest shutout win in a conference road game since beating Colorado 62-0 in 1962, Bud Wilkinson's next to last season as head coach.

The Sooner defense held K-State to just 110 total yards and the Wildcats had more negative yardage plays than first downs.

Dylan Buckingham reports from Manhattan.


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