NORMAN, Okla. -- On his team's opening drive Saturday night, Kansas State coach Bill Snyder made a peculiar decision.
After an impressive drive, the Wildcats faced fourth-and-1 at the Oklahoma 36-yard line. But despite possessing a quarterback tailor-made for the quarterback sneak, Snyder elected to punt.
And in three minutes, Snyder's game plan became apparent. Don't give OU any breaks -- and wait for the Sooners to shoot themselves in the foot.
The Sooners obliged, committing ...
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