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By the numbers: OSU vs. Kansas State

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K-State's Harry Trotter reaches for a pass against Oklahoma State at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas on November 7, 2020.

The Oklahoma State Cowboys escaped Manhattan, Kansas, with an exciting 20-18 victory. Here are several numbers to take away from that win.

2: Number of punters used by Kansas State. KSU has used a two punter personnel in every game this season.

8: Third down conversion attempts converted by KSU. This is the highest number allowed by OSU so far this season.

6: OSU’s first six drives resulted in punts.

9: First half rushing yards recorded by Oklahoma State.

3: Games this season in which Cowboy running back Chuba Hubbard has recorded less than 100 rushing yards.

20: Tackle for loss yardage accumulated by KSU’s Wyatt Hubert. The 6-foot-3, 270-pound red-haired linebacker tallied threes tackle for loss in Manhattan.

85: Distance (in yards) of OSU’s fumble recovery touchdown by redshirt sophomore Jason Taylor II. Taylor’s defensive touchdown also marks the second-longest fumble recovery touchdown in OSU program history.

1: Number of rushing attempts Cowboy freshman Brennan Pressley needed to score his first career touchdown as a member of the Pokes.

13: Field goals scored by OSU’s Alex Hale. Hale has also made five consecutive field goals since his first miss of the season in Week 4 against Iowa State.

0-2: Kansas State’s two-point conversion rate in their loss against OSU.