Here's a look at OSU's win over Kansas State by the numbers:
4: Turnovers by the Cowboy offense, two interceptions and two fumbles. That single-game total was a season high.
4: Turnovers by OSU in its first five Big 12 Conference games.
73: Yards rushing for the Cowboys, their lowest total since running for 46 yards at Texas A&M. It was only the second time this season that the Cowboys fell below the 100-yard plateau.
231: Yards passing for K-State, the most for the Wildcats this season. The Wildcats' previous high was 205 yards against Kansas, the only other time K-State went the over 200-yard plateau.
375: Yards rushing and passing combined for K-State quarterback Collin Klein, who accounted for four touchdowns.
502: Yards passing for OSU quarterback Brandon Weeden, who accounted for four touchdowns.
58,895: Attendance, the largest home crowd in OSU history.