AUSTIN, Texas — The Kansas State Wildcats charged toward their purple-clad fans behind the end zone to celebrate, then turned around and left the field flashing downward "Hook'em Horns!" signs.

"Texas who?" shouted Wildcats wide receiver Deon Murphy.

No longer unbeaten Texas, that's who.

Kansas State scored three touchdowns on special teams and an interception Saturday and the Wildcats stunned the No. 7 Longhorns 41-21, handing Texas coach Mack Brown his worst home defeat in 10 years.

"We're not the biggest and strongest team in the country," Kansas State coach Ron Prince said. "We had to create some havoc."

The Wildcats (3-1, 1-0 Big 12) defense pounded Longhorns quarterback Colt McCoy into his worst game with a relentless pass rush and four interceptions.