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College football Twitter roasted Oklahoma, Lincoln Riley after Kansas State upset

For the second straight season, Kansas State upset Oklahoma, but this year, the Wildcats did it on the road in Norman over the No. 3 team, winning 38-35. It was their first road win against an opponent ranked among the top-3 in the AP Poll in program history, the FOX Sports broadcast noted. After Oklahoma…

For the second straight season, Kansas State upset Oklahoma, but this year, the Wildcats did it on the road in Norman over the No. 3 team, winning 38-35.

It was their first road win against an opponent ranked among the top-3 in the AP Poll in program history, the FOX Sports broadcast noted.

After Oklahoma opening Saturday’s game in dominant fashion with a 21-7 halftime lead — which included the first career touchdown for Bob Stoops’ son, Drake — the Sooners began to fall apart in the third quarter. Their defense struggling is nothing new, but redshirt freshman quarterback Spencer Rattler’s inexperience was starting to show as Kansas State’s defense stepped up.

What a way to start Big 12 play 🤩

Catch the highlights of @KStateFB‘s HUGE upset win over Oklahoma in our 60 in 60 ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/Ox838Matqh

— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 26, 2020

Kansas State outscored the Sooners, 17-0, in the fourth quarter in this stunning comeback, and the go-ahead score coming off a 50-yard field goal from Wildcats’ kicker Blake Lynch with less than five minutes left in the game.

A key stop had Oklahoma punting with about three minutes remaining, and then on the Sooners’ final possession with seconds on the clock, defensive back Jahron McPherson picked off Rattler. And just like that, Oklahoma is 1-1 to start the season.

PICKED OFF! @KStateFB‘s 3rd INT of the game seals it for the Wildcats pic.twitter.com/P4aQ4M3oel

— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 26, 2020

This is Oklahoma’s 6th loss as a 20-point favorite since the start of the 2009 season. No other team has lost more than three in that span.

— Chris Fallica (@chrisfallica) September 26, 2020

Naturally, college football Twitter was not kind to the Sooners, roasting them, their defense and coach Lincoln Riley, who’s now 0-2 against Kansas State’s second-year coach, Chris Klieman. A lot of people made the same joke, referencing the scary 2019 disaster involving the Sooner Schooner tipping over.

Death, taxes, Oklahoma’s offense, and unfortunately for Oklahoma, Oklahoma’s defense!

— David Pollack (@davidpollack47) September 26, 2020

Oklahoma, trying to get to the College Football Playoff

pic.twitter.com/cpRtNrfGRC

— NOTSportsCenter (@NOTSportsCenter) September 26, 2020

Oklahoma (-28) loses to KState for the second year in a row 😱

The Sooners blow a 35-14 lead and KState cashes as a +1400 ML dog, winning 38-35 💰pic.twitter.com/FbGaWTpOXe

— The Action Network (@ActionNetworkHQ) September 26, 2020

Lincoln Riley, with a three-point deficit and less than three minutes remaining, is punting the ball away and putting the game in the hands of his defense with only one timeout. pic.twitter.com/4KYnkjJn67

— Ari Wasserman (@AriWasserman) September 26, 2020

Yet another shocking defensive collapse for the Lincoln Riley regime. Or should I say predictable collapse.

— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) September 26, 2020

Oklahoma’s defense in mid season form pic.twitter.com/mRxyQ2iWye

— CFB Country (@tCFBCountry) September 26, 2020

Oklahoma Football today pic.twitter.com/uVbAp4V4XZ

— Shooter McGavin (@ShooterMcGavin_) September 26, 2020

Oklahoma putting their faith in their defense pic.twitter.com/OGFWUDaqlb

— Tyler Albury (@tyleralbury1) September 26, 2020

Today we have learned the greatest weakness to a Lincoln Riley offense: a 5* QB that committed to Oklahoma out of high school instead of transferring from another college.

— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) September 26, 2020

Death. Taxes. And Oklahoma losing as 28-point *favorites*.

— Eddie Radosevich (@Eddie_Rado) September 26, 2020

Well, at least we don’t have to wait until Oklahoma loses by 30 in the playoff, to know that Oklahoma has no business being in the playoff this year

— Aaron Torres (@Aaron_Torres) September 26, 2020

We have had reason to question Lincoln Riley’s late-game play-calling since 2017. I see no reason to change your opinion now.

— RJ Young (@RJ_Young) September 26, 2020

Kansas St just beat Oklahoma for the 2nd straight year.

Kansas St lost to Arkansas St their first game of the season. pic.twitter.com/m5foutG6M6

— Saturday Down South (@SDS) September 26, 2020

Live Look-In at everyone’s parlays that included Oklahoma today.

pic.twitter.com/n8XwXKyzki

— OddsUSA (@OddsUSA) September 26, 2020

Oklahoma relying on their defense like they’ve done for so many years pic.twitter.com/xDuZNC9ffR

— PFF College (@PFF_College) September 26, 2020

If you’re this magical offensive genius at the college level, ala Lincoln Riley…

You’d think you’d recruit the majority of your premier athletes on the defensive side of the ball.

Just a thought.

— Brooks Austin (@BrooksAustinSI) September 26, 2020

CHRIS KLIEMAN OWNS LINCOLN RILEY!

— Riley Gates (@Riley_Gates) September 26, 2020



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