Great goal-line stand
If OSU loses this game, it can look back to Kansas State’s goal-line stand late in the second quarter. First-and-goal at the KSU 2-yard line, and the Wildcats hold. They stuffed bruising tailback Julius Crosslin for no gain, one yard and no gain on three consecutive plays. With the pressbox crowd saying the Cowboys were playing Les Miles football, OSU lined up for fourth down. Zac Robinson pitched to Dantrell Savage, who sped to the corner and was stopped for no gain by KSU linebacker Justin Roland, a Ponca City product.
With a versatile quarterback like Zac Robinson, it’s inexcusable not to score on first-and-goal from the 2. Of course, it’s inexcusable not to score on first-and-goal from the 2 even with a statue at quarterback.
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