Kansas State turned out in the first quarter and jumped out to a  14-0 lead

Dillon Gabriel kept the Sooners from hanging together any steady offense in the final part as the Oklahoma Sooners tumbled to Kansas State 41-34 on Saturday night

The Wildcats opened the scoring with a calculated 12-play,75-yard score drive covered off by an Adrian Martinez six-yard score run

Oklahoma couldn't answer in kind and the Wildcats scored once more, this time in only seven plays, going 80 yards coming full circle in a Martinez score pass to Deuce Vaughn

Oklahoma began to pick up some speed toward the finish of the principal half when Dillon Gabriel hit a completely open Theo Wease for a 56-yard score to make it 14-7

After a Kansas State dropkick, the Sooners then, at that point, got one more huge play in the spending game, this time

Gabriel tracked down Marvin Mims where it counts the sideline for a 50-yard score

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