What are other websites saying about the OU-Kansas State game?

Wednesday, October 11th 2000, 12:00 am
By: News On 6

CNN-SI -- Sooners head to Kansas St. on heels of big win

DALLAS (AP) -- Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops believes the timing is perfect for his eighth-ranked Sooners.

Stoops is glad to be playing at second-ranked Kansas State (6-0, 2-0 Big 12) right on the heels of an emotionally charged 63-14 victory over 25th-ranked Texas that embarrassed the rival Longhorns.**Full Story**

Topeka Capital-Journal -- K-State hopes continue home success
Oklahoma hasn't won in Manhattan since 1987.
The Capital-Journal

MANHATTAN -- KSU Stadium is no longer a weekend resort for visiting football teams to relax with a romp and cure all their ills.

Hasn't been in some time for Oklahoma. Since 1987 to be exact, the last time OU won in Manhattan.**Full Story**

CBS.Sportsline -- Harleys and hard feelings: OU, K-State set to meet
By Dennis Dodd
SportsLine.com Senior Writer

Don't be surprised if a rumble breaks out Saturday when Oklahoma goes to Kansas State.

All the elements are there for a classic street brawl -- motorcycles, leather, biker chicks, tattoos and, oh yes, football.**Full Story**

CNN/SI -- OU-K-State: Who will win Big 12 blood feud?

Read both sides, then tell us what you think below.**Full Story**

The Sporting News -- The Game of the Week

The Stoops boys are going back to Manhattan. Bob Stoops, the coach at Oklahoma, and Mike Stoops, the Sooners' co-defensive coordinator, coached under K-State's Bill Snyder in the 1990s. **Full Story**

Topeka Capital-Journal -- No time for grudges
By KEVIN HASKIN-The Capital-Journal

Kansas State's defensive players look forward to going against former coaches now at Oklahoma.**Full Story**

Topeka Capital-Journal -- KU's Allen favors KSU
By KEVIN HASKIN-The Capital-Journal

One football coach in the Big 12 is obviously the man to ask for a pick on the clash Saturday between No. 2 Kansas State and No. 8 Oklahoma.

By the luck of the conference scheduling draw, Kansas played the two undefeated powers to open Big 12 play.**Full Story**

Kansas City Star -- Recruiting in Oklahoma getting tougher for Wildcats
By KENT PULLIAM - The Kansas City Star

As Oklahoma Sooners football became a wasteland in the mid-1990s, high school players in the state began a migration. Unlike those who fled the Depression dust bowl in the 1930s, these latter-day traveling Okies were welcomed with open arms.

Especially at Kansas State, which has had some key contributions from the Sooner state, including this season.**Full Story**