No. 5 Sooners tries to stay in playoff contention at K-State

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MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Oklahoma has been a statement game for every team in the Big 12 for decades, and that should be no different for Kansas State, which is trying to rebuild under new coach Chris Klieman.
Only he doesn’t view it that way.
“I learned a long time ago, be careful about overemphasizing one team than another,” Klieman said ahead of their Saturday showdown, “because if you do that — ‘Man, this is our Super Bowl. We have to get it done’ — then what do you do the next week? What do you do the following week? It’s no different than if we were playing Nicholls State. That’s the next game on the schedule.”

With all due respect to the Colonels, they don’t have Heisman Trophy contender Jalen Hurts running around at quarterback. Or star wide receiver CeeDee Lamb catching everything thrown his way. Or a defense featuring potential first-round picks Neville Gallimore and Kenneth Murray.
Care to reconsider that opinion, coach?
“You pick your poison a little bit,” Klieman acknowledged. “We have to at least be able to slow down some of the run game, but which run game are you going to slow

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