K-State stays perfect, but Klein injured
Austin Hays for 54 yards down the middle for the score. But K-State answered with a 75-yard march, also in six plays, to tie it on John Hubert's 1-yard run and Cantele's point after.
The Wildcats went in front to stay on their next possession, a 23-yard Cantele field goal on the second play of the second quarter.
K-State had 258 yards total offense in the half to 198 for Oklahoma State and did not turn the ball over while the Cowboys had three miscues. Klein completed 13-of-19 passes in the half for 178 yards and rushed for 41.
Lunt was 9-of-17 for 148 yards passing and Randle had 39 yards rushing to lead Oklahoma State.