"They'll be tested this weekend, that's for sure," Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer said. "Obviously, the amount of times they're going to throw the ball will be the most of anybody we've seen this year. Between coverage when (Mahomes) scrambles and breaks the pocket, to yards after catch, all those factors, and then, if we have a chance to pick it, we've got to go up and get it. We got to steal a few possessions from these guys, some way, somehow."
"When they go down methodically, score and eat up five or six minutes on the drive, that's an element that makes them a good, efficient offense," Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer said. "It's frustrating on you when you can't get the ball back and your offense is sitting on the sideline."