College football scores, quick recaps, thoughts, and ranking of all the Week 4 Big 12 games.
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Baylor 47, Kansas 14
– One of the most lopsided matchups over the last ten years pushed on through to an 11th season. Baylor and Kansas were tied at 7 – Kansas scored first on a Pooka Williams run, and then it was all Bears with 40 straight points before Williams got back in the end zone.
– Trestan Ebner helped give new head coach Dave Aranda his first win with two kick returns for scores, a touchdown run and a touchdown catch.
– Baylor QB Charlie Brewer didn’t have to press. He threw for 142 yards and a score.
Player of the Game: Baylor RB Tresten Ebner ran nine times for 36 yards and a touchdown, caught two passes for 53 yards and a score, and returned two kickoffs for 183 yards and two touchdowns.
Stat of the Game: The two teams combined for 18 penalties and no turnovers.
— Baylor Football (@BUFootball) September 27, 2020
Oklahoma State 27, West Virginia 13
– Starting quarterback Spencer Sanders didn’t play, and Chuba Hubbard was held in check until late and fumbled twice, but LB Brown ripped off a 66-yard run and Tyren Irby scooped and scored on a 56-yard play as Oklahoma State got out to a 17-0 lead.
West Virginia chipped back to within seven, helped by a 70-yard Winston Wright touchdown catch and two Evan Staley field goals, but that was it. Hubbard sealed the win with a 23-yard touchdown dash.
– West Virginia was flagged 12 times for 106 yards. Oklahoma State was penalized seven times.
– Brown and Hubbard each ran for over 100 yards. Shane Illingworth threw for 139 yards with an interception.
Player of the Game: Oklahoma State LB Amen Ogbongbeniga made a game-high 13 tackles with a sack.
Stat of the Game: Rushing Yards: Oklahoma State 203 – West Virginia 68
— OSU Cowboy Football 🇨🇦🤠 (@CowboyFB) September 27, 2020
Iowa State 37, TCU 34
– The two teams traded punches all game long, with Iowa State RB Breece Hall starting it off with a 75-yard scoring dash, and adding two more touchdowns in the back-and-forth fight. His one-yard run put the Cyclones up nine in the fourth, and then up two, he put it away with a 32-yard scoring dash.
– TCU came up with almost 500 yards of total offense, but it was flagged ten times and turned it over twice. The combination of Max Duggan and Matthew Downing combined for 400 passing yards and four scores with three from Duggan.
– Iowa State QB Brock Purdy got past his bad game in the loss to Louisiana with an 18-of-22, 211-yard, one-score day.
Player of the Game: Iowa State RB Breece Hall ran 18 times for 155 yards and three scores.
Stat of the Game: Rushing Yards: Iowa State 213 – TCU 99
Here's that Kene 49-yard TD run.
— Cyclone Football (@CycloneFB) September 26, 2020
Kansas State 38, Oklahoma 35
– Down 35-14 late in the third quarter, Kansas State scored 24 unanswered points, with a 50-yard Blake Lynch field goal becoming the game-winner after the D picked off Spencer Rattler for the third time.
– Rattler completed 30-of-41 passes for 387 yards and four scores, but he didn’t run enough – he finished with -5 yards – and threw those three picks. OU averaged just 3.7 yards per carry.
– Kansas State RB Deuce Vaughn led the team with 45 rushing yards and a score, and he caught four passes for a team-high 129 yards.
Player of the Game: Kansas State QB Skylar Thompson completed 18-of-25 passes for 334 yards and a score, and he ran nine times for ten yards and three touchdowns.
Stat of the Game: Turnovers: Oklahoma 4, Kansas State 0. The two teams combined for 23 penalties.
— K-State Football (@KStateFB) September 26, 2020
Texas 63, Texas Tech 56 OT
– Down 15 in the final few minutes. Sam Ehlinger threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Brennan Eagles for a score, Texas recovered the onside kick, and forced overtime with an 18-yard Joshua Moore touchdown catch and a two-point conversion catch from Eagles. In OT, Moore caught a 12-yard touchdown pass, and Texas Tech was picked off on a last gasp fourth down try.
– Moore caught five passes for 73 yards and three touchdowns for the Longhorns. Texas Tech QB Alan Bowman threw for 325 yards and five touchdowns with three picks.
– Texas was flagged ten times for 100 yards. Texas Tech was penalized four times for 15 yards.
Player of the Game: Texas QB Sam Ehlinger completed 27-of-40 passes for 262 yards and five scores with an interception, and ran 18 times for 69 yards and a score.
Stat of the Game: Rushing Yards: Texas 215 – Texas Tech 116
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 26, 2020