The No. 22 ranked Kansas St. Wildcats have been held out of the end zone and only lead Missouri State 9-6 at the half. Kansas State has no turnovers in the game, but they have struggled to move the ball into the end zone once they get into the red zone.
The three field goals that the Wildcats have converted where from 19, 23 and 25 yards, so Kansas State was getting deep in the red zone but they are having difficulties in getting into the end zone against the Missouri State defense.
Quarterback Collin Klein has picked up where he left off last year by being a dual threat, with 102 yards on 11-of-18 passes and then rushing for 49 yards.
Kansas State needs to start punching the ball in the end zone if they want to avoid being upset by a FCS school.