Kansas State went from a season-opening letdown against Arkansas State — at home, no less — to a dramatic, come-from-behind road win over No. 3 Oklahoma.
Good luck figuring out which Wildcats are going to show up this weekend.
After experiencing the highest of highs and lowest of lows, coach Chris Klieman’s bunch will return home to face Texas Tech on Saturday trying to establish an even keel. And with the Wildcats (1-1) suddenly in the thick for the Big 12 title race thanks to their win over the Sooners, they understand they can’t afford a whiff against the Red Raiders.
“It has to be sustained,” Klieman said. “We need to do this for the long haul; that’s the challenge we made to our guys. We didn’t play well in Week 1 and you lose. We played well and played hard in Week 2 and had an opportunity to win.
Science Museum Oklahoma is partnering with the Oklahoma City Parks Department Saturday for Tinker in the Parks, a free afternoon of exploring creativity, collaboration and community with outdoor tinkering activities.
The museum’s popular annual Tinkerfest, which is typically slated for the same weekend, is being rescheduled for spring 2021, according to a news release.
As previously reported, the museum set a new single-day attendance record during the 2018 Tinkerfest, with more than 11,100 guests receiving free admission to experience more than 70 hands-on tinkering activities developed by the museum and over 40 community organizations and individuals.
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, the museum is taking its tinkering