The Kansas St. Wildcats took care of business over their instate rival Kansas Jayhawks 59-21. Kansas State used a big second quarter where they outscored Kansas 24-14 and led 31-14 at the half. The route really came on in the third quarter when Tyler Lockett returned the second half kick 97 yards for a touchdown and then Kansas State eventually went on to score 21 total third quarter points and shutting down the Kansas offense.
Quarterback Collin Klein led the way once again for Kansas State as he rushed for 92 yards, scored four touchdowns and then he also threw for 195 yards with a touchdown in the air to wide receiver Tyler Lockett.
The Kansas State defense did their part as well by sacking Jordan Webb twice, shutting down the Kansas rushing attack by allowing only 76 yards and then forcing two fumbles which Kansas State used to score 14 points.
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