I'll be the first to admit that getting a bunch of turnovers is what this Cowboy defense does. It isn't some sort of fluke. It is a habit.
But the Wildcat offense has its own habit — it doesn't turn the ball over. It has committed only eight turnovers this season, an average of one a game.
Because the Wildcats don't throw the ball much, interceptions will be hard to come by for the Cowboys. They are going to have to get their turnovers by forcing fumbles, stripping and raking at the ball.
That's a tough way to make a turnover living.
What's more, K-State has fumbled the ball 14 times this season but lost only five of those fumbles. These Cats pounce on the ball if it's loose, which makes the Cowboys' job even tougher.
OSU will get a couple turnovers against K-State, but any more than that is unlikely.