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These two offenses couldn't be more different in how they approach games.
Oklahoma wants to air the ball out and turn their games into a shootout because they know they can put up points with almost anybody.
Kansas State scores quite a bit but would rather run the ball up and down the field to control the clock, letting their tough defense rest up for the next series.
With this collision of styles, we're bound to have a very interesting game. Going in, it's hard to decide whose style will be more effective.
Can OU dominate the K State defense and force the Wildcats to throw the ball more than they want to?
Or will Colin Klein's legs keep the Sooner defense on the field all game, which will make it difficult for OU to put up points?
Either way, some things are certain. Landry Jones is one of the most effective signal callers in the nation right now and, even if he's only given limited time with the ball, he's going to get OU into the end zone. If he and Ryan Broyles can get going, it's going to be a long day for Kansas State fans.
However, Kansas State's star QB Colin Klein could have the same effect on OU fans. He's been dominating teams all year with his legs and OU's defense has been very weak against the run.
Both offenses look to have an edge over the opposing defenses, but the real question is which one has the bigger edge? This could be the biggest deciding factor in Saturday's game and it's very hard to decide which offense looks better right now. That said, I think I'll go with my guy on this one.
ADVANTAGE: OU (by a hair).