With next week's game against undefeated Notre Dame expected to be a huge recruiting weekend for Oklahoma, there weren't many visitors Saturday night for Kansas.
UCLA offensive line commitment Sean Dowling was about the only player on an official visit for the game. Dowling committed to the Bruins in April.
The Sooners had plenty of unofficial visitors, though, including commitment D.J. Ward as well as a pair of 2014 prospects from Edmond, North athlete Michael Farmer and Santa Fe quarterback Justice Hansen.
MANNING DELAYS DECISION
Justin Manning, one of the top defensive tackle prospects in the country, had planned to make his collegiate decision Friday, but the Dallas Kimball prospect decided to push the decision back.
Manning, who took an official visit to Norman for the Kansas State game and was in the Cotton Bowl last week, is the brother of former Sooners standout DeMarcus Granger.
He's also taken official visits to Texas A&M and TCU. He also figures to visit LSU and, likely, USC before making a decision.
TAYLOR DOES A BIT OF EVERYTHING FOR TEC
Oklahoma defensive coordinator Mike Stoops got an up-close view of a pair of Sooner commitments Thursday night in the Tulsa area.
Stoops started out at the Tulsa East Central-Collinsville game, where he saw East Central's Stanvon Taylor, before going across town to the Bartlesville-Tulsa Union game to see Union's Dalton Rodriguez.
Both could wind up on the defensive side, though Rodriguez is especially likely to wind up on the offensive side of the ball in college.
Taylor turned in a monster game, though much of it happened after Stoops had departed.
Taylor accounted for three second-half touchdowns, a two-point conversion catch and an interception in East Central's 36-26 win.
Taylor caught a pair of touchdown passes and threw for a 71-yard touchdown to Deontre Youngblood to put the Cardinals ahead.
THOMAS, HERITAGE CRUISE
After a second consecutive monster performance last week, Sooners quarterback commitment Cody Thomas of Colleyville (Texas) Heritage didn't need to put up huge numbers Friday night against Irving.
Thomas threw for 239 yards and three touchdowns in the first half as Heritage beat Irving 55-28.
Heritage led by 33 points at halftime, and Thomas didn't play after the break.