NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -- A packed house was rocking and the game hadn't even started yet when Kansas State and Oklahoma players had to be separated and steered toward their own sideline.
Once the Sooners took control in a clash of top 10 teams, the ice and hot dogs started flying out of the stands at them.
That was a season ago, when the Big 12 rivals played on Kansas State's home field. The rematch comes Saturday night in Norman, with high stakes once again.
The No. 6 Sooners (2-0) and 15th-ranked Wildcats (3-0) will be trying to start Big 12 play with a key victory.
And for Kansas State, it's a chance to avenge that 58-17 throttling from last season that snuffed out their undefeated start.