*Kansas State coach Bill Snyder on quarterback Collin Klein's condition: “What did I see on him? I saw a No. 7 on his chest. I assume he is OK. I think he just got hit again and again. He is a very tough-minded young guy.”
Bob Stoops shakes hands with Kansas State coach Bill Snyder after the college football game between the University of Oklahoma Sooners (OU) and the Kansas State University Wildcats (KSU) at Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. in Manhattan, Kan. Photo by Chris Landsberger, The Oklahoman ORG XMIT: KOD
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*Oklahoma linebacker Corey Nelson on Klein's running ability (92 yards, two touchdowns): “Yeah, a lot better than I expected. He is a great athlete, but when he runs his stride just opens up. It seems like he is a 4.4-type guy.”
*Kansas State defensive back David Garrett on upcoming schedule, including Oklahoma State next week: “We do not think about that. We are going to play every week, and we will not worry about who it is.”
*Oklahoma safety Sam Proctor: “The focus this week was controlling what we could do. The team motto was ‘together,' do everything together, leave no man out to dry and get to the football.”
*Snyder: “I am not confident that we came mentally prepared to play.”