Kansas State takes down No. 1 Texas

They're partying in Manhattan tonight.

Students who spent last night camping outside Bramlage Coliseum for seats spent the final seconds chanting "overrated" and "We own Texas" (Bobby Knight suggested chants of "great effort" and "thank you") after Kansas State's 71-62 win against top-ranked Texas.

Jamar Samuels scored 20 points and Curtis Kelly added 17, picking up the slack when Jacob Pullen was limited to two field goals and 12 points.

Damion James was held to nine points, and the Longhorns in a hostile environment committed far too many turnovers.

Of course, all this opens the door for Kentucky, the last unbeaten in the land, to be No. 1.