After a wild shootout in the second quarter, Kansas State finds itself trailing Texas Tech by a score of 28-20 at halftime. The Wildcats are looking to remain unbeaten after entering the game with a 5-0 record.
Kansas State struck first after Nigel Malone interecepted a Seth Doege pass and returned it 24 yards for the touchdown giving the Wildcats a 7-0 lead. Texas Tech answered quickly with a five play, 66 yard drive that tied the score after Doege found Cornelius Douglas for a 40 yard strike.
The Red Raiders grabbed the lead early in the second quarter when DeAndre Jordan punched in a seven yard touchdown run to put Texas Tech in front 14-7. Kansas State came right back as Tyler Lockett returned the ensuing kick off 100 yards for the touchdown. However, the extra point by Anthony Cantele was no good and the Wildcats still trailed 14-13.
Kansas State once again regained the lead on a Collin Klein touchdown run before the Red Raiders exploded for two touchdowns over the final 3:55 seconds of the half.
Texas Tech has dominated statistically out gaining Kansas State 387 to 94 in the first half. Doege completed 25 of 34 for 297 yards. Aaron Crawford has 72 yards rushing on 13 carries. Cornelius Douglas caught three balls for 80 yards and a touchdown.
Collin Klein finished the half completing 5 of 10 passes for 49 yards and also rushed for 20 yards on seven carries with a touchdown.