Oklahoma State’s football team was dominated by Kansas State, losing 48-0 at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas, on Saturday.

OSU suffered their worst loss since a 58-0 defeat at Texas Tech in 2000, were shutout for the first time since a 27-0 loss at Oklahoma in 2009, and endured their worst loss ever to the Wildcats.

K-State quarterback Will Howard played in place of the injured Adrian Martinez, and tied a school record with four touchdown passes, going 21-for-37 for 296 yards.

Deuce Vaughn added 158 yards rushing on 22 carries, and scored a touchdown.

OSU gained just 217 total yards, and had three turnovers.

Kansas State got the ball to start the game and went 77 yards in 9 plays to score.

Facing a 4th and 10, the Wildcats got the touchdown on a 38-yard pass from Will Howard to Kade Warner and K-State led 7-0 with 11:02 to play in the first quarter.

Oklahoma State moved into KSU territory, but on 4th and 8 from the Wildcat 38, Spencer Sanders pass was incomplete and the Wildcats took over on downs.

Two plays later, Deuce Vaughn shot through a hole at the line of scrimmage and zipped straight to the end zone for a 62-yard touchdown to put Kansas State up 14-0 with 8:15 to play in the first quarter.

After an exchange of punts, OSU gave the ball back to the Wildcats when Spencer Sanders passed to Brennan Presley, who had the ball knocked out by Austin Moore and it was recovered by K-State’s Brendan Mott at the KSU 18-yard line.

The two teams exchanged punts, then K-State added to their lead, going 83 yards in 7 plays for a touchdown.

Howard passed to Phillip Brooks, who made a leaping catch in the end zone for a 31-yard score and it was 21-0 Wildcats with 11:17 to play in the second quarter.

On OSU’s ensuing possession, Sanders had a pass intercepted by a sliding Julius Brents at the Cowboys’ 43-yard line.

Kansas State capitalized just three plays later, with Howard passing to Kade Warner for a 41-yard touchdown to give the Wildcats a 28-0 lead with 9:06 to play in the first half.

After another Cowboy punt, K-State used up almost the rest of the half to add to their lead, going 77 yards in 14 plays, with Howard passing to Vaughn, who made a diving catch for a 1-yard touchdown to put the Wildcats up 35-0 with 7 seconds left in the half.

Three straight possessions to start the second half ended in punts, then K-State marched to a field goal, with Ty Zentner kicking a 23-yarder to make it 38-0 Wildcats with 4:51 to play in the third quarter.

OSU turned the ball over on downs on the ensuing possession, with Sanders throwing incomplete deep on 4th and 5 from the K-State 43.

Early in the fourth quarter, Kansas State added to their lead with a 29-yard field goal by Zentner to make it 41-0 with 13:17 to play.

After another OSU drive that ended in a punt, Sanders left the game, apparently bothered by his injured right shoulder.

Sanders was 13-for-26 passing for 147 yards.

Gunnar Gundy took over at quarterback on the next OSU possession, and the Cowboys had to punt after three downs.

A 33-yard punt return by Phillip Brooks set K-State up with a short field, and they went 19 yards in 4 plays to add to their lead.

D.J. Giddens scored on a 9-yard touchdown run around the right side to make it 48-0 Kansas State with 5:43 to play.

Gundy had a shovel pass intercepted by Krew Jackson with just over two minutes to play, and the Wildcats took a knee to run out the time.

Oklahoma State drops to 6-2 on the season, 3-2 in conference play.

The Cowboys return to the Sunflower State next Saturday with a visit to Kansas.

OSU had won three in a row over Kansas State and the two teams had split the last six meetings in Manhattan.