If it wasn't already apparent, the Kansas Jayhawks defense is atrocious. Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein has used his legs primarily instead of his arm, as three rushing touchdowns has given the No. 11 team in the country a 31-14 lead in Lawrence.
Klein, the junior signal caller from Loveland, Colorado, has accounted for 238 of the Wildcats 284 total yards through the first half. Thus far Klein is 11-15 passing for 176 yards to go along with 62 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns. John Hubert has also ran the ball well for KSU, rushing for 41 yards and a touchdown early in second quarter.
Being down 21-0 early, Kansas finally got on the board Jordan Webb led the Jayhawks on an 11-play, 63-yard drive in the second quarter with James Sims rushing it into the endzone from two yards out. Webb then led KU on another 11-play, 78-yard touchdwon drive, with Webb completing a 13-yard scoring pass to D.J. Beshears closing the gap to 28-14.
Anthony Cantele's 26 yard field goal late in the 2nd quarter pushed KSU's lead to 31-14.
Kansas State will receive the ball in the second half.