An ugly win is still a win and its something that Oklahoma State will gladly take to improve their conference record to 1-1. Kansas State had ample opportunity to upset the Cowboys in Stillwater but they literally gave it away to the tune of five turnovers.
For the second week in a row OSU's offense struggled on the ground and the team was snake bit by special teams. The Cowboys managed just 85 rushing yards against Kansas State with Jeremy Smith and running back JW Walsh making up the bulk of that.
The Wildcats took a 14-10 lead in the second quarter when they blocked a Ben Grogan field goal attempt and Torell Miller returned it 65 yards to paydirt. Then, in the fourth quarter, punter Kip Smith had a punt that went just 21 yards and led to a Kansas State scoring drive.
Oklahoma State would put their best drive of the day together on their very next possession. Walsh was 4/5 passing, for 59 yards, including the game winning touchdown to Charlie Moore.