Arguably the biggest victory in Bill Snyder's long, successful tenure at Kansas State came against the program that has otherwise caused him the biggest problems.
It was back in 2003, when the Wildcats were annually among the nation's elite. They were heavy underdogs heading into the Big 12 championships game against top-ranked Oklahoma, and managed to upend the Sooners on a cold, clear night at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
That remains the only time Kansas State has beaten Oklahoma in the past 15 years.
It's a troubling trend that Snyder and the No. 15 Wildcats hope to end when they visit the sixth-ranked Sooners on Saturday night.