The Kansas St. Wildcats came from a 14-point deficit to tie the game at the half. Kansas State trailed the Texas A&M Aggies 14-0 and then tied the game by scoring two touchdowns in a span of 3:05. Quarterback Collin Klein score both touchdowns on the ground. Klein completed a 4th-and-1 play to give Kansas State a first-and-goal that set up the first touchdown for Kansas State where Klein scored on a quarterback keeper for two yards.
Then the Kansas State defense forced Texas A&M to punt and was able to drive down the field to tie the game at the half. Klein used his arm to set up the tying score by throwing two big pass plays of 23 and 34 yards. The 34 yard pass put the ball at the 2-yard line and then Klein scored the tying points on another quarterback run. The second scored capped 14 unanswered points for Kansas State to tie the game at the half.
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