STILLWATER, Okla. -- What a game, easily the best of the Big 12 season.
Oklahoma State and Kansas State traded blows in the fourth quarter, scoring a combined four touchdowns in just more than three minutes, but the Cowboys prevailed, 52-45.
Collin Klein was unstoppable in the fourth quarter, but couldn't drive K-State's offense the length of the field one final time to force overtime.
The Wildcats had two final plays to try and win it, but a fade route was broken up and a final pass was incomplete.
Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden finished with a school-record 501 yards passing and four touchdowns with two interceptions.
Oklahoma State players rushed the field after the win and mobbed the defense in the end zone.
The Cowboys title hopes stay alive with a clutch win.
Lots, lots more tonight. Keep it here.