Baylor QB Gerry Bohanon injured his right leg late in the first half while Kansas State QB Skylar Thompson had to be carted off with an apparent left leg injury.
- Baylor, Kansas State QBs go down with injuries
- K-State QB Thompson (knee) likely out vs. OU
- Kansas St. QB Thompson (knee) out indefinitely
- With Texas leaving, Big 12 swaps ADs for CFP
— Baylor had played poorly on the road all season, and was locked in another tight tussle with red-hot Kansas State, when quarterback Gerry Bohanon grabbed his right hamstring heading out of bounds in the first half Saturday night.
— Kansas State kept watching West Virginia stubbornly convert fourth downs to keep its comeback hopes alive.
Oklahoma has dominated the Big 12 when it comes to recruiting, but Oklahoma State, Texas and Baylor have had strong classes over the years, too.
— Kansas State climbed quickly into the Top 25 on the back of three straight wins to start the season, then the Wildcats plummeted just as quickly from the poll after three straight losses to open Big 12 play.
— After watching Kansas State's Felix Anudike-Uzomah seemingly match a Division I record with six sacks in a 31-12 victory over TCU on Saturday, coach Chris Klieman made an observation that should send chills through Big 12 quarterbacks.
— Kansas State didn't change much at halftime despite trailing Texas Tech by two touchdowns.
— Breece Hall rushed for 197 yards and two touchdowns and Brock Purdy was an efficient 22-of-25 for 208 yards and a score as Iowa State downed Kansas State 33-20 Saturday night.
— It took Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler's best performance of the season, a big game on the ground from Kennedy Brooks and some big plays on defense for the sixth-ranked Sooners to finally beat Kansas State.
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Though Kansas State QB Skylar Thompson is making progress with a knee injury from earlier this month, he probably won't play against Oklahoma on Saturday.
— Spencer Sanders completed 22 of 34 passes for 344 yards and two touchdowns, leading Oklahoma State to a 31-20 victory over No. 25 Kansas State on Saturday night.
Several teams that struggled through some or all of last fall are surging to begin the season. And these teams look poised to sustain.
— Will Howard pushed into the end zone on a 1-yard touchdown run to cap a 21-point fourth quarter, which sealed a 38-17 victory for Kansas State over Nevada on Saturday.
Quarterback Skylar Thompson is out indefinitely with a knee injury, but Kansas State coach Chris Klieman said the senior will return at some point this season.
— Skylar Thompson set the tone for Kansas State when the quarterback put his left shoulder down and bulled into the end zone for the first of his two touchdown runs as the Wildcats opened the season with a 24-7 win over Stanford on Saturday.
Left out of the SEC's expansion and the alliance of the ACC, Big Ten and Pac-12, where do these schools go from here?