NCAA College Football: Kansas vs Oklahoma State

Number 10 Oklahoma State is now within the Top 10 of the BCS standings courtesy of a rare win against nemesis Texas. Today’s game might be called as the calm before the storm because next week they will be facing former BCS number 1 Oklahoma. Oklahoma drops to number 14 after their successive defeats, however they might just be waiting to ambush Oklahoma State as a sending out gift.

Oklahoma State's Brandon Weeden (3) tries to avoid Texas defender Sam Acho, right, during the fourth quarter of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Nov. 13, 2010 in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Kansas Jayhawks is 1-1 in its game against ranked teams this season. They defeated then number 15 Georgia Tech 28-25 during week 2 of the NCAA football season. Last week however, they llost to then number 8 Nebraska, 20-3. The Jayhawks seems to be in the hardest road ending the season because their last three games are all against ranked teams. They will be facing number 15 Missouri next week for the season ender games.

Kansas has an advantage against Oklahoma State. Their personal head to head match was 29-28-3. Oklahoma had the advantage recently though winning five of six since the Big 12 was formed in 1996, including victories in all three matchups in Lawrence.

Oklahoma State Cowboys are on top of the Big 12 standings but they are still way down the BCS rankings. This team holds the top FBS offense at 547.5 yards per game and added to that is their player, Weeden throwing for a school-record 3,319 yards and 27 touchdowns. He has topped 400 passing yards three times this year and is four TD passes from matching Josh Fields’ school record of 31, set in 2002.

Can Oklahoma State cruise in its last two games without a loss or will Kansas deliver them another defeat and prepare for their last game in contemplation.

Watch out as we get updates for the Kansas vs Oklahoma State NCAA football game.

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