Kansas State Dominates All Aspects Of Game Against Miami

The Kansas St. Wildcats had another strong showing as they obliterated the Miami Hurricanes 52-13 to improve to 2-0 on the year. Our Kansas State blog, Bring On The Cats, was ecstatic about the victory over Miami, in particularly the play up front:

Offensively, the 'Cats absolutely destroyed the Hurricanes on the line of scrimmage, and slashed through the defense for 289 yards on the ground and 210 in the air, with [Collin] Klein going 9/11 with a TD and one unfortunate interception. Honey Badger scored three times, Daniel Sams scored twice in relief, and John Hubert got in the end zone too.

A dominating performance against a name program, although to be fair and reasoned Miami's got a young, inexperienced squad.

Bring On The Cats is still suspect of Kansas State's pass defense, which allowed 222 yards, but their rush defense was dominant as they only gave up 40 yards on the ground.

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