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2013 FIESTA BOWL

#5 K-STATE VS. #4 OREGON Thursday | January 3, 2013 | 7:30 PM CST | ESPN University of Phoenix Stadium (73,000) | Glendale, Ariz.

TABLE OF CONTENTS 2

Media Information

3

Univ. of Phoenix Stadium

4

Glendale/Scottsdale Area

5

2013 Bowl Preview

6

Team Quick Facts

7

Wildcat Notebook

KANSAS STATE FOOTBALL • TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL INFORMATION

13

Depth Chart

KANSAS STATE FOOTBALL TEAM HEADQUARTERS

14

Rosters

16

Head Coach Bill Snyder

The Scottsdale Plaza Resort 7200 N. Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale, Arizona 85253 Phone: 480.948.5000

19

Assistant Coaches

22

Other Staff

23

The Wildcats

39

Season Review

42

Season Statistics

52

The Last Time

54

Game-By-Game Recaps

66

Big 12 Standings | Statistics

70

All-Big 12 Teams

71

Team Bowl Records

78

Individual Bowl Records

2012 K-STATE FOOTBALL RESULTS

81

Opponent Bowl Records

RECORD: 11-1 [8-1 Big 12 Conference]

The 2013 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl will be Kansas State’s third trip to the game and first since the 2004 BCS matchup with Ohio State.

KANSAS STATE FOOTBALL PRACTICE FACILITIES Scottsdale Community College 9000 East Chaparral Road Scottsdale, AZ 85256-2626

KENNY LANNOU

RYAN LACKEY

Assistant AD/Communications

Assistant Director/Communications

TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL • MEDIA INFORMATION MEDIA HEADQUARTERS Camelback Inn and Resort 5402 East Lincoln Drive Scottsdale, Arizona 85253 Phone: 480.948.1700

FIESTA BOWL HEADQUARTERS

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Bowl Recaps

CREDITS EDITOR: CONTRIBUTING WRITERS: LAYOUT & DESIGN: COVER DESIGN:

Kenny Lannou, Ryan Lackey Kenny Lannou, Ryan Lackey, Mark Janssen Kenny Lannou, Ryan Lackey Ron Cook

PHOTOGRAPHY Scott Weaver, Pete Aiken, John LeBarge, James D. Smith

PRINTING Sun Graphics, Parsons, Kan. The 2012 Kansas State Football Fiesta Bowl Guide is a product of the K-State Athletic Communications office.

The Fiesta Bowl Center & Museum 7135 E. Camelback Rd., #190 Scottsdale, AZ 85251

DATE Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Dec. 1

OPPONENT [TV] Missouri State [K-StateHD.TV] Miami [FX] North Texas [FSN] at Oklahoma * [FOX] Kansas * [FX] at Iowa State * [FX] at West Virginia * [FOX] Texas Tech * [FOX] Oklahoma State * [ABC] at TCU * [FOX] at Baylor * [ESPN] Texas * [ABC]

KRISTEN PFLIPSEN

ANDY BAGNATO

ASHLEY BRAUN

Director of Public Relations

Chief of Communications

Public Relations Coordinator

RESULT W, 51-9 W, 52-13 W, 35-21 W, 24-19 W, 56-16 W, 27-21 W, 55-14 W, 55-24 W, 44-30 W, 23-10 L, 24-52 W, 42-24

ON THE COVER ATTENDANCE 50,007 48,843 50,290 85,276 50,344 56,800 60,101 50,766 50,781 47,292 38,029 50,912

2012 Big 12 Championship trophy as K-State clinched the league title following a 42-24 win over Texas in Manhattan.

Home Games in BOLD * Big 12 Conference Game

NIKE is the official footwear and apparel supplier of the Kansas State football program.

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MEDIA INFORMATION MEDIA RELATIONS REPRESENTATIVES

PRACTICES

KANSAS STATE Kenny Lannou, Assistant A.D. for Communications Mobile Phone: 785.587.7867 | E-Mail: klannou@kstatesports.com Ryan Lackey, Assistant Director of Communications Mobile Phone: 785.587.7865 | E-Mail: rlackey@kstatesports.com Website: www.k-statesports.com

Kansas State will practice at Scottsdale Community College during its time at the Fiesta Bowl. Two practice sessions (12/29 and 1/1) will be open to the media for the first 15 minutes and then will be closed for the remainder of the workout. Interviews will also be available following these two practices. Please consult the practice schedule | media availability chart below for specific dates/times.

OREGON Dave Williford, Executive Assistant Athletic Director for Football Communications Mobile Phone: 541.729.6801 | E-Mail: diw@uoregon.edu Andy McNamara, Assistant Director of Athletics Communications Mobile Phone: 541.543.0123 | E-Mail: mcnamara@uoregon.edu Website: www.goducks.com

POSTGAME Kansas State’s locker room is open following a 10-minute cooling off period per BCS guidelines. Head coach Bill Snyder and requested players will also be made available to the media at K-State’s designated interview location at University of Phoenix Stadium.

TEAM ACTIVITIES Among the activities the K-State travel party will attend while in Arizona are listed below:

TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL Kristen Pflipsen, Director of Public Relations Phone: 480.517.6291 | E-Mail: kpflipsen@fiestabowl.org Rob Drake, Media Operations Chair Andy Bagnato, Chief of Communications Ashley Braun, Public Relations Coordinator Mallory Cage, Media Operations Intern Patrick Kurish, Media Operations Intern Website: www.fiestabowl.org

• Dec. 29: FCA Breakfast • Dec. 29: Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl game • Dec. 30: Team dinner at Mastro’s • Dec. 31: Team dinner at Scottsdale Plaza • Jan. 1: Player event at Don and Charlie’s

K-STATE PREGAME PEP RALLY

KANSAS STATE TRAVEL ITINERARY Kansas State will travel to Phoenix/Scottsdale/Glendale directly from Kansas via charter air service on Friday, December 28. K-State’s travel party will arrive in Arizona at approximately 1:15 p.m. MST.

BOWL WEEK INTERVIEWS Kansas State players and coaches will first be available to the media on Saturday, December 29, at the team’s defensive press conference at the Camelback Inn. Please refer to the below practice schedule | media availability chart for all other media opportunities throughout the week.

The K-State Alumni Association, K-State Athletics, Kansas State University Foundation and the President’s Office will host a pregame pep rally during the afternoon on Wednesday, January 2, at Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Gates will open at 1 p.m. with the event expected to start at 2 p.m. Media interested in attending the event will need to enter Gate K of Chase Field (NE side) and meet a member of the K-State Athletics Communications office to receive a credential and escort to the field. President Kirk Schulz, Athletics Director John Currie, K-State football team and coaches, and the K-State band and cheerleaders will all be in attendance. Details regarding the location of the pep rally can be found at www.k-statesports.com/bowlgame. Media needing more information on the K-State Pregame Pep Rally should visit www.k-state.com or contact: Linda Cook, Assistant VP/Director of Communications, K-State Alumni Association Phone: 785.532.5051 E-Mail: lcook@k-state.com Kenny Lannou, Assistant A.D. for Communications, K-State Athletics Phone: 785.587.7867 E-Mail: klannou@kstatesports.com

KANSAS STATE PRACTICE SCHEDULE | MEDIA AVAILABILITY [SUBJECT TO CHANGE | ALL TIMES MST] DATE | TIME Friday, Dec. 28 TBD

ACTIVITY

LOCATION

OPEN | CLOSED

Team Arrival

Sky Harbor Int’l Airport/Scottsdale Plaza Resort

Open

Saturday, Dec. 29 9:30 a.m. 12:10 p.m.

Defensive News Conference Practice

Camelback Inn Scottsdale Community College

Open First 15 Minutes Open

K-State Defensive Coordinator and selected players Post-Practice

Sunday, Dec. 30 9:30 a.m. 12:10 p.m.

Offensive News Conference Practice

Camelback Inn Scottsdale Community College

Open Closed

K-State Offensive Coordinators and selected players None

Monday, Dec. 31 11 a.m. 12:45 p.m.

K-State Media Day Practice

Camelback Inn Scottsdale Community College

Open Closed

All players and coaches None

Tuesday, Jan. 1 2 p.m.

Practice

Scottsdale Community College

First 15 Minutes Open

Head Coach News Conference Team Walk-Through

Camelback Inn University of Phoenix Stadium

Open Closed

Bill Snyder available None

2013 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl

University of Phoenix Stadium

Open

Postgame availability

Wednesday, Jan. 2 9 a.m. TBD Thursday, Jan. 3 6:30 p.m.

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INTERVIEWS Coach Snyder at airport

Post-Practice

UNIV. OF PHOENIX STADIUM

HOME OF THE TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL Capacity: 73,000 Playing Surface: Natural Grass (Tifway 419 Bermuda hybrid planted in early May 2006 using stolons in an 11" bed of USGA sand mix with inclusions.) Lighting: 700 Musco pre-aimed sports lights providing over 1 million watts of lighting. Stadium Height: 233 feet from the playing surface to top of roof, approx. 19 stories high. With its retractable field and roof, University of Phoenix Stadium is unlike any other in North America. The exterior design of the stadium was provided by renowned architect Peter Eisenman, along with HOK Sport. The basic form of the design takes its cue from a barrel cactus and offers alternating vertical slots with smooth panels. The stadium was constructed with a retractable roof containing two large panels that retract to uncover the entire playing field. It also features a roll-out field consisting of a 152,000 square-foot concrete stadium floor with an embedded utility grid. The natural grass field remains in a retractable, 12-million pound tray outside the stadium until game day for maximum sun exposure and nourishment. The tray takes approximately 45 minutes to move inside the stadium and rests in a tray atop tracks as it rolls out on a steel wheel set powered by small electric motors. The stadium has permanent seating for 63,000, but expands to hold approximately 73,000 for events such as the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. A total of 88 luxury suites on two levels, club seating for 7,000 with access to private club lounge areas, lower bowl seating for 29,000 and upper deck seating for approximately 26,000 accommodate patrons. All seats are individual chairs with arm rests and cup holders. The press box is located in the southwest corner, it accommodates approximately 154 working media members. There is also a national television broadcast booth, a home coaches booth, a visiting coaches booth, an instant replay booth, an officials booth, a scoreboard and PA control booth, a stats booth and four radio booths. The 2011 Tostitos BCS National Championship had 78,603 fans in attendance, which was the largest crowd in the history of University of Phoenix Stadium. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 3

THE VALLEY OF THE SUN

GLENDALE, ARIZONA

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA

Are you ready for some fun? Get ready for a no-holds-barred good time in our backyard. Whatever your tastes, Glendale’s got it all, from professional sports to world-class dining to cultural attractions. While grid-iron action is the star here, your pre- and post-game itinerary is covered, too! They are more than end zones, home plates and center ice. When you think Glendale, think signature festivals filled with live entertainment, family fun, culinary delights and shopping adventures. Glendale caters to all types—hungry, roaring football fans, fun-seeking families, active outdoor adventurers, and just-wanna-have-fun singles looking for non-stop entertainment and hip eateries. Here are just a few ways you can enjoy Glendale before and after the big game.

In the heart of the Sonoran Desert, light-years from the everyday and ordinary, Scottsdale, Arizona, welcomes you with all the energy of a young city on the move and the charm and hospitality of days gone by. It’s a magical blend of contemporary and traditional, urban and open, invigorating and sublime that will inspire you to vacation-induced bliss. Best of all, this Southwestern gem offers vacation experiences that run the gamut from high adventure to pure indulgence, which means your Scottsdale getaway can be as individual as you are.

Glendale: A Sports Town For the face-painting, jersey-clad die-hard sports fanatic, Glendale’s Sports and Entertainment District is home base. As the home of the NHL Coyotes and Arizona Cardinals, Glendale is a place where visitors can immerse themselves in sports and entertainment year round. Head to the Jobing.com Arena to watch the Coyotes take on their opponents in one of the most cuttingedge arenas to host hockey. Spend autumn and winter counting first downs in the University of Phoenix Stadium. And, head back for sun-drenched days during major league baseball Spring Training at Camelback Ranch - Glendale, the Cactus League home of not one, but two storied franchises, the Chicago White Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers. Don’t let the fun stop there! From the ballpark, head to Westgate City Center, where you’ll find a music lover’s dream. When Jobing.com Arena covers the ice, it rolls in the fun in what Pollstar Magazine deems one of the country’s best venues for the concert-goer. With state-of-the-art video, a pulsating sound system and seating arrangements that guarantee clear views from all points, the facility hosts everything from the world’s top concert tours to chart-topping, televised extravaganzas. Check on the latest headliners at www.JobingArena.com.

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Sonoran Desert Adventures With more than 330 days of sunshine each year, any day is a great day to explore Scottsdale’s rugged side. Whether you prefer do-it-yourself adventures or guided excursions, the options for exploring Scottsdale’s Sonoran Desert are as varied as the landscape itself and include activities like hiking, river rafting, rock climbing, hot-air ballooning, and off -road tours by Jeep, Hummer and horseback. Upscale Shopping Scottsdale takes the art of shopping to haute new heights with a bevy of upscale boutiques, open-air shopping centers and quaint souvenir shops. Anchoring the city’s stellar retail scene is Scottsdale Fashion Square, the Southwest’s largest shopping destination, which houses luminaries like Barneys New York, Neiman Marcus, Jimmy Choo and 7 for All Mankind. Culinary Delights Scottsdale’s dining scene sizzles with culinary flair and metropolitan style. Home to more than 600 restaurants – from chic to cowboy, spa cafés to speakeasies, not to mention award-winning chefs and al fresco dining all winter long – the hardest question here might be where and whatnot to eat. And for late-night diversions, Scottsdale is home to dozens of sophisticated wine bars, lounges and dance clubs.

BOWL PREVIEW

CATS AND DUCKS MEET IN MATCHUP OF TOP-FIVE TEAMS

TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL PREVIEW Two programs that were one win away from undefeated seasons, with identical 11-1 records and Top 5 BCS rankings highlight the matchup between No. 5 K-State and No. 4 Oregon in the 2013 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Gearing up to meet for the first time in school history, Kansas State and Oregon will square off in University of Phoenix Stadium on January 3 in one of nation’s top bowl matchups this season, a game that the entire nation is anticipating. The Fiesta Bowl marks the Wildcats’ 16th bowl game in school history, and the 14th under head coach Bill Snyder, as the Cats will play in a BCS bowl game for the second time in school history - the other appearance was in the 2004 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Snyder took the program to 11-straight bowl games from the 1993-2003 seasons during his first stint as head coach of the Wildcat program. After narrowly missing postseason play in the first season of his second tenure in 2009 (6-6 record), Snyder quickly led K-State back into the bowl picture in 2010 when Kansas State played in the inaugural New Era Pinstripe Bowl following a 7-5 regular season. Following a 10-2 campaign in 2011 and a berth in the Cotton Bowl, Snyder guided the Wildcats to the 2012 Big 12 Championship and a berth in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. The excitement of the two programs, coupled with a primetime matchup on ESPN and a Top 5 contest, should make the 2013 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl one of the most anticipated matchups in the 2012-13 bowl season. A LOOK AT THE WILDCATS Playing in its third straight bowl game, Kansas State will look to snap a four-game skid in bowl games when it faces Oregon in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl as the Cats’ last postseason victory was back in 2002, a win over Arizona State in the Holiday Bowl. K-State’s success in 2012 was largely in part to a balanced offense, which consistently moved the ball down the field and turned drives into touchdowns, and an opportunistic defense, which was among the best in the Big 12 against the run while leading the nation in turnover margin at +21. But, as much as the success of 2012 stemmed from a team that came together, believed in each other and played together, K-State was fortunate to have two of the nation’s best and most valuable players on offense and defense in quarterback Collin Klein and linebacker Arthur Brown. Klein proved that 2011 was no fluke as he flourished again in 2012 with both his arm and his legs. Week in and Week out, Klein has continued to prove that he is among the top leaders and toughest competitors in all of college football. Klein is the only quarterback from a BCS AQ school to rush for 20 or more touchdowns

and throw for 10 or more in consecutive seasons, while he also is just the sixth Big 12 quarterback ever to record 4,000 yards passing and 2,000 yards rushing for a career. The Wildcats saw 20 players earn All-Big 12 honors from at least one of the various national outlets or organizations. Among those were first team offensive picks Klein, John Hubert (RB), Travis Tannahill (TE), B.J. Finney (OL) and Cornelius Lucas (OL). In 12 games this season, K-State averaged 40.67 points per game, which ranks 10th nationally. Brown led a defensive unit that used the 2012 campaign as a springboard to another great season. The All-America pick leads the team with 91 tackles this season as the senior is a physical force in the middle while also possessing the abilities to cover sideline to sideline. K-State’s defense is currently tops nationally in turnover margin (+21) and 27th against the run. Defensive end Meshak Williams was named the Big 12 Conference Defensive Lineman of the Year after leading the Big 12 in sacks, while safety Ty Zimmerman earned All-America and First Team All-Big 12 honors as a junior. The defense, which surrendered just 119 yards per game on the ground this season, forced a Big 12-best 31 turnovers while committing just 10 on offense. In addition, KState scored 142 points in 2012 off of turnovers to its opponents’ 24. A LOOK AT THE DUCKS Oregon’s appearance in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl will mark the fourth-consecutive BCS bowl appearance for the Ducks – and fifth overall – as well as the school’s second Fiesta Bowl berth in three seasons. The Ducks dropped a 22-19 decision to Auburn in the 2011 BCS National Championship in Glendale, Ariz., and are coming off a 45-38 win over Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl a year ago. The Ducks’ fourth BCS bowl bid in as many years represents the longest active streak in the country as the school is one of only four programs nationally to qualify for four or more consecutive BCS bowls since the inception of the current system in 1998. Oregon’s first BCS bowl appearance resulted in a 38-16 win over Colorado in the 2002 Fiesta Bowl. Oregon redshirt freshman Marcus Mariota was named the Pac-12 Conference’s Offensive Freshman of the Year and was the league’s first freshman to be named first-team all-conference quarterback since 1989. He ranks sixth in the country in passing efficiency, completing 218 of 312 passes for 2,511 yards and 30 touchdowns while throwing only six interceptions. All-America running back Kenjon Barner ran for 1,624 yards and scored 22 touchdowns this season to rank fifth in the country in rushing (135.3 avg.) and tied for sixth in scoring (11.0 ppg). The senior also is tied for fourth nationally in TDs scored while ascending to second on the Ducks’ all-time single-season scoring list (132 points). The Ducks completed the regular season ranking second in the country in scoring (50.8 ppg), third in rushing (323.3 avg.) and fourth in total offense (550.1 avg.).

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TEAM QUICK FACTS KANSAS STATE WILDCATS

OREGON DUCKS

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

LOCATION ..............................................................................................Manhattan, Kan. 66502 FOUNDED ..........................................................................................................................1863 ENROLLMENT..................................................................................................................24,378 PRESIDENT ............................................................................Dr. Kirk Schulz (Virginia Tech ’86) ATHLETICS DIRECTOR ..................................................................John Currie (Wake Forest ’93) CONFERENCE ..................................................................................................................Big 12 NICKNAME ....................................................................................................................Wildcats COLORS..........................................................................................Purple (PMS 268) and White STADIUM ............................................................................Bill Snyder Family Stadium (50,000) YEAR OPENED........................................................................................1968 (as KSU Stadium) PLAYING SURFACE ......................................................................Wagner Field (AstroTurf, 2011) BAND ........................................................................................................Pride of Wildcat Land SCHOOL FIGHT SONG ..........................................................................................Wildcat Victory OFFICIAL WEBSITE ................................................................................www.k-statesports.com

LOCATION ....................................................................................................Eugene, Ore. 97403 FOUNDED ..........................................................................................................................1876 ENROLLMENT..................................................................................................................24,000 PRESIDENT ................................................................Michael R. Gottfredson (California-Davis) ATHLETICS DIRECTOR ................................................................Rob Mullens (West Virginia ’93) CONFERENCE..................................................................................................................Pac-12 NICKNAME........................................................................................................................Ducks COLORS ..........................................................................................................Green and Yellow STADIUM ............................................................................................Autzen Stadium (54,000) YEAR OPENED ....................................................................................................................1971 PLAYING SURFACE ........................................................................................................FieldTurf BAND ......................................................................................................Oregon Marching Band SCHOOL FIGHT SONG ..........................................................................................Mighty Oregon OFFICIAL WEBSITE ........................................................................................www.goducks.com

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

BASE OFFENSE ..............................................................................................................Multiple BASE DEFENSE ..............................................................................................................Multiple 2012 RECORD ....................................................................................................................11-1 BIG 12 RECORD (FINISH)............................................................................................8-1 (First) LAST BOWL ............................................................2012 Cotton Bowl (Lost to Arkansas, 29-16) ALL-TIME BOWL RECORD ..........................................................................................6-9 (.400)

BASE OFFENSE ..............................................................................................................Multiple BASE DEFENSE ..............................................................................................................Multiple 2012 RECORD ....................................................................................................................11-1 PAC-12 RECORD (FINISH) ..............................................................................8-1 (2nd in North) LAST BOWL..........................................................2012 Rose Bowl (Defeated Wisconsin, 45-38) ALL-TIME BOWL RECORD..................................................................................................10-15

COACHING STAFF

COACHING STAFF

HEAD COACH..............................................................................Bill Snyder (William Jewell ’63) ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH/SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR ........Sean Snyder (Kansas State ’94) CO-OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/RUNNING BACKS........................Dana Dimel (Kansas State ’86) CO-OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/QUARTERBACKS ........................Del Miller (Central College ’72) DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR........................................................................Tom Hayes (Iowa ’71) DEFENSIVE RUN GAME COORDINATOR/DEFENSIVE ENDS..Joe Bob Clements (Kansas State ’99) LINEBACKERS ............................................................................................Mike Cox (Idaho ’89) OFFENSIVE LINE ..............................................................................Charlie Dickey (Arizona ’87) INTERIOR DEFENSIVE LINE........................................................Mo Latimore (Kansas State ’76) WIDE RECEIVERS....................................................................Michael Smith (Kansas State ’95)

HEAD COACH ............................................................................Chip Kelly (New Hampshire ’90) DEFENSE COORDINATOR/OLB ............................................................Nick Aliotti (UC Davis ’76) OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/QB............................................Mark Helfrich (Southern Oregon ’96) SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR/TE ....................................Tom Osborne (Washington State ’83) DEFENSIVE LINE ..........................................Jerry Azzinaro (American International College ’81) RUNNING BACKS ..............................................................................Gary Campbell (UCLA ’73) WIDE RECEIVERS ..............................................................................Scott Frost (Nebraska ’97) OFFENSIVE LINE/RUN GAME COORDINATOR ................................Steve Greatwood (Oregon ’80) DEFENSIVE SECONDARY ..............................................................................John Neal (BYU ’80) INSIDE LINEBACKERS ..........................................................................Don Pellum (Oregon ’85)

SCHEDULE | RESULTS [11-1, 8-1 BIG 12] DATE Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Dec. 3

SCHEDULE | RESULTS [11-1, 8-1 PAC-12]

AP/C/BCS OPPONENT

RESULT Missouri State..................................W Miami ..............................................W North Texas ......................................W at 6/5 Oklahoma * ............................W Kansas * ........................................W at RV/25 Iowa State * ........................W at 17/15/13 West Virginia * ................W 15/17/14 Texas Tech * ......................W RV/24/24 Oklahoma State * ................W RV/RV/NR TCU *..................................W at Baylor * ......................................L 23/21/18 Texas * ................................W

SCORE 51-9 52-13 35-21 24-19 56-16 27-21 55-14 55-24 44-30 23-10 24-52 42-24

TV K-StateHD.TV FX FSN FOX FX FX FOX FOX ABC FOX ESPN ABC

ATTEND 50,007 48,843 50,290 85,276 50,344 56,800 60,101 50,766 50,781 47,292 38,029 50,912

STATISTICAL LEADERS

DATE Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 18 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

OPPONENT RESULT Arkansas State ................................W Fresno State ....................................W Tennessee Tech ................................W Arizona * ........................................W vs. Washington State * ....................W Washington * ..................................W at Arizona State * ............................W Colorado * ......................................W at USC *..........................................W at California *..................................W Stanford *........................................L at Oregon State * ............................W

SCORE 57-34 42-25 63-14 49-0 51-26 52-21 43-21 70-14 62-51 59-17 14-17 48-24

TV ESPN Pac-12 Pac-12 ESPN ESPN2 ESPN ESPN Pac-12 FOX ESPN ABC Pac-12

ATTEND 56,144 55,755 57,091 58,334 60,929 58,792 71,004 57,521 93,607 57,672 58,792 47,249

STATISTICAL LEADERS

RUSHING John Hubert

G 12

ATT 172

PASSING Collin Klein

G 12

EFFIC 156.12

RECEIVING Chris Harper

G 12

TACKLES Arthur Brown

G 12

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GAIN 933

LOSS 41

NET 892

AVG 5.2

TD 15

LONG 95

YPG 74.3

RUSHING Kenjon Barner

G 12

ATT 248

ATT-CMP-INT 272-180-7

PCT. 66.2

YARDS 2490

TD 15

LONG 62

AVG/G 207.5

PASSING Marcus Mariota

G 12

EFFIC 165.4

AVG/G 65.5

RECEIVING G De’Anthony Thomas 12

NO 50 UT 58

YDS 786 AT 33

TT 91

AVG 15.7 TFL 6.0

TD 3 INT 2

LONG 62 PBU 4

FR 1

FF 0

TACKLES Michael Clay

G 11

GAIN 1697

LOSS 73

NET 1624

AVG 6.5

TD 21

LONG 80

YPG 135.3

ATT-CMP-INT 312-218-6

PCT. 69.9

YARDS 2511

TD 30

LONG 55

AVG/G 209.2

NO 41 UT 55

YDS 385 AT 37

TT 92

AVG 9.4 TFL 8.0

TD 4 INT 0

LONG 49 PBU 1

AVG/G 32.1 FR 1

FF 1

WILDCAT NOTEBOOK WILDCATS HEADED TO TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL AT A GLANCE

After arguably the most successful regular season in school history, Kansas State received its 16th bowl berth all-time and 14th under head coach Bill Snyder when the Wildcats were selected to meet Oregon in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. The Wildcats, behind National and Big 12 Coach of the Year Bill Snyder, wrapped up the regular season with an 11-1 overall record (8-1 Big 12) and finished atop the Big 12 race after being picked sixth in the preseason. Kansas State, which will face Oregon for the first time in school history, jumped out to a 10-0 start to the 2012 season, which included wins against Miami, at Oklahoma, at West Virginia, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and at TCU, before suffering its only loss at Holiday Bowl-bound Baylor in mid-November. But, the Cats bounced back to clinch the 2012 Big 12 Championship at home against Texas to catapult the program to its first 11-win season since 2003.

Kansas State Wildcats (11-1, 8-1) BCS: 5 Associated Press: 7 USA Today Coaches: 6 Harris: 6 Oregon Ducks (11-1, 8-1) BCS: 4 Associated Press: 5 USA Today Coaches: 3 Harris: 3 Game Date: Thursday, January 3, 2013 Kickoff: 7:30 p.m. (CST) Location: Glendale, Ariz. Venue: University of Phoenix Stadium (73,000) Television: ESPN Brad Nessler (play-by-play) Todd Blackledge (analyst) Holly Rowe (sideline reporter) Kansas State Radio: K-State Sports Network Wyatt Thompson (play-by-play) Stan Weber (analyst) Matt Walters (sideline reporter) National Radio: ESPN Radio Bill Rosinski (play-by-play) David Norrie (analyst) Joe Schad (sideline reporter)

BOWLING WITH THE WILDCATS K-State has made 15 total bowl appearances all-time, with 13 of those coming in the last 18 seasons, heading into this year’s Fiesta Bowl. The Wildcats are 6-9 all-time in postseason bowl games, 6-7 under Snyder, and have played 10 different bowl games in the school’s history heading into this year’s game at University of Phoenix Stadium. All told, K-State has traveled to bowl games in six different states, with Arizona (3-Fiesta, 2-Copper/Insight) and Texas (3-Cotton, 1-Alamo, 1-Texas) being the most frequent destinations.

K-STATE IN ARIZONA Kansas State, which does not boast any players from the state of Arizona, will be playing its fifth bowl game in the state, including its third trip to the Fiesta Bowl. The Wildcats are 2-2 all-time in bowl games in the state with wins in the 1993 Copper Bowl and 1997 Fiesta Bowl.

CATS AND DUCKS Kansas State will face Oregon on the football field for the first time in school history when the two teams meet in the 2013 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.

KANSAS STATE BOWL HISTORY The 2013 Fiesta Bowl marks Kansas State’s 16th postseason bowl apperaance and its 14th under legendary head coach Bill Snyder. Below is the Wildcats’ all-time list of bowl appearances. 1982 1993 1994 1995 1997 1997 1998 1999 2001 2001 2002 2004 2006 2010 2012

Independence Bowl ....Wisconsin 14, K-State 3 Copper Bowl ..............K-State 52, Wyoming 17 Aloha Bowl ..........Boston College 12, K-State 7 Holiday Bowl ......K-State 54, Colorado State 21 Cotton Bowl ......................BYU 19, K-State 15 Fiesta Bowl ................K-State 35, Syracuse 18 Alamo Bowl ..................Purdue 37, K-State 34 Holiday Bowl ..........K-State 24, Washington 20 Cotton Bowl ..............K-State 35, Tennessee 21 Insight.com Bowl ..........Syracuse 26, K-State 3 Holiday Bowl ........K-State 34, Arizona State 27 Fiesta Bowl ..............Ohio State 35, K-State 28 Texas Bowl ..................Rutgers 37, K-State 10 Pinstripe Bowl ............Syracuse 36, K-State 34 Cotton Bowl ..............Arkansas 29, K-State 16

K-STATE AND THE PAC-12 Kansas State will be playing its 89th game all-time against current members of the Pac-12 Conference when the Wildcats face Oregon in the 2013 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Prior to this year’s bowl matchup with Oregon, K-State’s last game against a Pac-12 opponent in a bowl game was a 34-27 win over Arizona State in the 2002 Holiday Bowl. All time, K-State is 27-60-1 against current Pac-12 Arizona ..........................................................1-5-1 teams as 66 of those games came against longtime conferArizona State ......................................................1-5 ence foe Colorado before the Buffs joined the Pac-12 several California ..........................................................1-0 seasons ago. K-State has had recent success against PacColorado......................................................20-45-1 12 schools as the Wildcats are 5-1 against the league since Southern California ............................................2-0 2001 with wins over Southern Cal (2), UCLA, Cal and Arizona UCLA ................................................................1-1 State. The Wildcats lead the all-time series with just two Washington ........................................................1-4 Pac-12 schools (Southern Cal and California) while splitting TOTAL ..............................................................27-60-1 the only two matchup with UCLA. The lone tie in the series came against Colorado back in 1993.

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BIG 12 FOOTBALL STANDINGS TEAM Kansas State Oklahoma Texas Oklahoma State Baylor TCU Texas Tech West Virginia Iowa State Kansas

Overall 11-1 10-2 8-4 7-5 7-5 7-5 7-5 7-5 6-6 1-11

Big 12 8-1 8-2 5-4 5-4 5-4 4-5 4-5 4-5 3-6 0-9

BIG 12 BOWL SCHEDULE TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL - 1/3/13 K-State vs. Oregon (ESPN) AT&T COTTON BOWL - 1/4/13 Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M (FOX) VALERO ALAMO BOWL - 12/29/12 Texas vs. Oregon State(ESPN)

RIDING THE PURPLE WAVE With Kansas State fans purchasing all of the school’s ticket allotment, and then some, for the 2013 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, the purple faithful continues to be one of the nation’s 1997 Fiesta Bowl (Syracuse) ..........................45,000 top traveling group of supporters. K-State was allotted 1997 Cotton Bowl (BYU) ................................40,000 17,500 tickets to the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl – all of which were 2004 Fiesta Bowl (Ohio State) ........................37,000 sold before November 30 through pre-sale orders prior to K2012 Cotton Bowl (Arkansas) ........................35,000 State learning its bowl destination. K-State then sold an ad2001 Cotton Bowl (Tennessee)........................35,000 ditional 5,000 tickets to K-State students and fans to push 1998 Alamo Bowl (Purdue) ............................35,000 the total tickets sold through K-State Athletics to 22,500. In 2003, an estimated 37,000 Wildcat fans swarmed to Tempe, Ariz., to watch Kansas State take on Ohio State in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. The Wildcats had an estimated 40,000 fans travel to Dallas for the 1997 Cotton Bowl, a figure nearly matched for the 2001 Cotton Bowl. The largest crowd ever to cross state lines to watch a college football game went with the Wildcats to Tempe for the 1997 Fiesta Bowl as nearly 45,000 fans joined K-State for its victory over Syracuse. Last year, 35,000-plus fans traveled to Texas for the Cotton Bowl. As a result, K-State has averaged an announced attendance of more than 25,000 fans at each of its bowl games played in the Continental U.S. since 1993.

TOP K-STATE CROWDS AT BOWLS

BUFFALO WILD WINGS BOWL - 12/29/12 TCU vs. Michigan State (ESPN) BRIDGEPOINT EDUCATION HOLIDAY BOWL - 12/27/12 Baylor vs. UCLA (ESPN) MEINEKE CAR CARE BOWL OF TEXAS - 12/28/12 Texas Tech vs. Minnesota (ESPN) NEW ERA PINSTRIPE BOWL - 12/29/12 West Virginia vs. Syracuse (ESPN) HEART OF DALLAS BOWL - 1/1/13 Oklahoma State vs. Purdue (ESPNU) AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL - 12/31/12 Iowa State vs. Tulsa (ESPN)

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WILDCAT NOTEBOOK THE 150 CLUB

NATIONAL RANKINGS Associated Press Top 25 (Dec. 2) 1. Notre Dame (60) ......................12-0 2. Alabama ..................................12-1 3. Ohio State ................................12-0 4. Florida ......................................11-1 5. Oregon ......................................11-1 6. Georgia ....................................11-2 7. Kansas State ............................11-1 8. Stanford....................................11-2 9. LSU ..........................................10-2 10. Texas A&M ................................10-2 11. South Carolina ..........................10-2 12. Oklahoma ................................10-2 13. Florida State ............................11-2 14. Clemson ..................................10-2 15. Oregon State ..............................9-3 16. Northern Illinois ........................12-1 17. UCLA ..........................................9-4 18. Utah State ................................10-2 19. Michigan ....................................8-4 20. Boise State ..............................10-2 21. Northwestern ..............................9-3 22. Louisville ..................................10-2 23. Nebraska ..................................10-3 24. San Jose State ..........................10-2 25. Kent State ................................11-2

1500 1424 1302 1279 1250 1213 1129 1094 1051 1025 907 851 789 691 638 534 440 379 306 276 266 248 227 157 117

OTHER BIG 12 RECEIVING VOTES: Texas 51, Baylor 15, Oklahoma State 15, TCU 14, West Virginia 1. USA Today Coaches’ Poll (Dec. 2) 1. Notre Dame ..............................12-0 2. Alabama ..................................12-1 3. Oregon ......................................11-1 4. Florida ......................................11-1 5. Georgia ....................................11-2 6. Kansas State ............................11-1 7. LSU ..........................................10-2 8. Stanford....................................11-2 9. Texas A&M ................................10-2 10. South Carolina ..........................10-2 11. Oklahoma ................................10-2 12. Florida State ............................11-2 13. Clemson ..................................10-2 14. Oregon State ..............................9-3 15. Boise State ..............................10-2 16. Northern Illinois ........................12-1 17. Northwestern ..............................9-3 18. Louisville ..................................10-2 19. UCLA ..........................................9-4 20. Utah State ................................10-2 21. Nebraska ..................................10-3 22. Michigan ....................................8-4 23. Wisconsin ..................................8-5 24. San Jose State ..........................10-2 25. Texas ..........................................8-4

1470 1417 1313 1287 1216 1190 1111 1047 1039 947 890 853 769 663 569 495 444 409 408 334 328 278 115 110 97

OTHER BIG 12 RECEIVING VOTES: Oklahoma State 15. THE LAST TIME KANSAS STATE... Was Ranked: Dec. 2, 2012 (6th, Coaches’; 7th, AP) Not Ranked but Received Votes in AP Poll: 9/25/11 Not Ranked but Received Votes in Coaches’ Poll: 9/25/11 Ranked in BCS Standings: Dec. 2, 2012 (5th)

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Head coach Bill Snyder picked up the 150th victory of his career in last year’s season opener, joining Frank Beamer (Virginia Tech), Steve Spurrier (South Carolina), Mack Brown (Texas) and Gary Pinkel (Missouri) as active coaches with 150 wins at BCS schools. After guiding K-State from 1989 to 2005, and again over the last three-plus seasons, the 2012 national coach of the year candidate is also one of the longest-tenured active coaches in COACH CURRENT SCHOOL RECORD the FBS, ranking fourth among behind Nevada’s Chris Ault (28th), Mack Brown Texas 230-111-1 Beamer (26th) and Troy’s Larry Blakeney (22nd). Even more imFrank Beamer Virginia Tech 211-105-2 pressive is that Snyder is the lone BCS coach who has served at Steve Spurrier South Carolina 206-77-2 the same school for at least 20 years and has never held the Bill Snyder Kansas State 169-74-1 same position at another school. Snyder currently ranks fourth Gary Pinkel Missouri 163-95-3 among all active FBS coaches with 169 wins since 1990, while * at FBS schools only he is currently ranked ninth in overall wins.

MOST WINS SINCE 1990 *

TURNOVER MARGIN K-State has shown the ability to force turnovers at a high clip in 2012, which was evidenced by the fact that the Wildcats have forced multiple turnovers in 10 of 12 games this season. In fact, K-State is currently +21 in turnover margin, which leads the nation, with 31 turnovers forced and just 10 surrendered this year. The 10 turnovers committed are the third fewest in the country heading into the bowl game, while the 31 forced are the second most. To take it a step further, the Wildcats have turned those 28 turnovers into 142 points, while K-State’s opponents have scored just 24 points following a Wildcat turnover this season -- both figures rank tops in the nation this season. Additionally, the Wildcat defense has collected multiple turnovers in 10 games this season and three or more in six matchups.

SCORING NOTES Following a slow start offensively in the season opener against Missouri State, K-State has picked up the pace considerable. Since the fourth quarter of the season opener, K-State has scored 472 points and has outscored its opponents, 472-247, over that period. K-State has reached the 50-point barrier on four occasions, including three times in conference play. The Cats have also shown the ability to come out of the locker room on fire as they have outscored their opponents, 281-128, in the second half, including a 136-59 mark in the third quarter. Additionally, K-State has yielded no more than one touchdown in the final 15 minutes of every game this year.

FINISHING STRONG K-State broke open a 16-9 contest with Missouri State in the 2012 season opener by erupting for a school-record 35 fourthquarter points. While the fourth-quarter point total may have been something new for the Cats, the ability to finish strong is something Bill Snyder teams have done consistently. In K-State’s last 25 games, the Cats have outscored their opponents, 234-151, in the final 15 minutes and also 271-177 closing out the first half of games. In K-State’s last 21 wins, the Cats have outscored their opponents, 220-116, in the final quarter.

PLAYING KEEP AWAY Kansas State was on the positive side of the ledger in terms of time of possession in 2011, leading the Big 12 and finishing fourth nationally in that department. The Wildcats held the ball for an average of 33:55 per game. K-State is 18-4 dating back to last season when controlling the clock and possessing the ball more than its opponent, including doing so in nine of 12 games so far this season. Ironically, North Texas held the ball for 37:04 in a 35-21 K-State win, marking the first time since 2002 that the Wildcats won a game when their opponent possessed the ball more than 37 minutes. Eastern Illinois had 37:45 of possession back in 2002 in a game that K-State won, 63-13. The Cats got the time of possession back in their favor in the 24-19 win at Oklahoma by controlling the ball for 34:47. At Iowa State, K-State held the ball for 40:54, the most in a game by a Wildcat team since holding the ball for 41:17 in the 1997 Texas A&M game, while it edged Texas Tech in time of possession by holding the ball for 30:34. In the regular season finale against Texas, K-State held the ball for 30:55.

RED ZONE ALERT Not only has Kansas State been able to possess the ball and sustain long drives over the course of the last two seasons, but the offense has managed to make the most of those opportunities once it has reached the red zone. Of K-State’s last 128 trips inside its opponent’s 20-yard line, the Wildcats have scored on 114 of those trips, with 86 of those being touchdowns. Over the course of the last 22 regular season games, the Wildcats are 106-of-117 in the red zone with 83 touchdowns. Additionally, the Cats are 66-for-73 in red zone chances with 50 touchdowns in their last 14 wins dating back to last season with four of those nonscoring trips coming via a kneel down in the final minutes of a game.

GROUND GAINS K-State opened the season with 324 yards rushing in its 51-9 win over Missouri State which included 152 by junior running back John Hubert. The 324 rushing yards were the most by a Wildcat team since gaining 373 against North Texas in 2010 and marked the third time since Bill Snyder’s return in 2009 that K-State eclipsed 300 yards on the ground in a game. Through 12 games, K-State ranks 33rd nationally in rushing, averaging 200 yards per game, while its 41 rushing touchdowns are tied for third nationally. In fact, the Wildcats are out-rushing their opponents by nearly 1,000 yards and have 29 more rushing scores.

WILDCAT NOTEBOOK MORE GROUND GAINS

WILDCATS WHEN...

K-State’s biggest improvement on defense over the course of the last two years has come against the run. Dating back to last year, K-State has yielded just 125 yards per game on the ground, which includes giving up less than 100 yards to seven teams this year - Missouri State (95), Miami (40), Oklahoma (87), West Virginia (88), Oklahoma State (87), TCU (96) and Texas (99). The Cats are currently ranked 16th nationally in rush defense at 119 yards per game.

Overall ........................................................................11-1 Big 12 ............................................................................8-1 Non-conference record ..................................................3-0 Home..............................................................................7-0 Away ..............................................................................4-1 Neutral ..........................................................................0-0 Current streak ............................................................Won 1 Current home streak ..................................................Won 9 Current road streak ....................................................Lost 1 Last win ......................................42-24 vs. Texas (12/1/12) Last loss....................................24-52 at Baylor (11/17/12)

BEHIND ENEMY LINES K-State has made tremendous strides at the line of scrimmage in the last 11 games. After not collecting a sack and just two tackles for loss in the 2012 season opener, the Wildcats have turned things around and head into the bowl game leading the Big 12 with 31 sacks. Against Miami, K-State had five sacks and 10 tackles for loss and then followed that up with three more sacks and 10 tackles for loss against North Texas. The last time a K-State team had back-to-back games with 10.0 or more tackles for loss was back in 2006 against Illinois State (10.0) and Florida Atlantic (12.0). At Oklahoma, K-State recorded two sacks and five tackles for loss, before adding 10 more tackles for loss in the win over KU. After adding four sacks at West Virginia, six against TCU, and another four in the regular season finale against Texas, the Cats also lead the Big 12 with 23 in league play. Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year Meshak Williams leads the charge with 9.5 sacks.

CATS CONTINUE CONSECUTIVE SCORING STREAK K-State extended one of the nation’s longest scoring streaks against Texas as the Cats have now tallied points in 202 consecutive games. The 202-game stretch is the eighth-longest in the nation and the longest in the Big 12. The Wildcats have not been kept off the scoreboard since Colorado shut out K-State, 12-0, on Nov. 16, 1996. The streak includes 133 league games, 74 true road games and 17 neutral-site contests.

KEYS TO SUCCESS A big part of K-State’s success over the past two seasons has been attributed to the discipline and fundamentals that head coach Bill Snyder and his coaching staff have instilled in the program. During the Cats’ 10-3 season, K-State managed to limit penalties (led the Big 12), possess the ball (ranked fourth nationally), limit turnovers (led the Big 12 in fewest turnovers lost with 15), create turnovers (ranked second in the Big 12 in turnover margin) and make the most of their possessions (30 scoring drives of 60-plus yards and led the nation during the regular season converting touchdowns on first and goal-to-go). In 2012, K-State currently is tops in the Big 12 and third nationally in fewest penalties (42 total), ranks first in the league and in the NCAA in turnover margin (+21) and also ranks highly in time of possession (31:57). The Wildcats have also made the most of the turnovers forced this season, converting them into a nation-leading 142 points this season.

NON-OFFENSIVE SCORES The rise of K-State football over the last two decades has much to do with the emphasis on special teams. Since 1990, Kansas State is 49-15 when scoring on special teams and 18K-State 87 1 when scoring on special teams and on defense, including a Texas 84 16-0 mark under Bill Snyder. And, in non-offensive touchdowns, Virginia Tech 83 the Cats have ranked among the nation’s best over the past 14 Miami 72 seasons. Since 1999, the Wildcats lead the nation in non-offensive touchdowns at 87 and have six already in 2012. In the 2012 season opener, Tramaine Thompson returned a punt 89 yards before Tyler Lockett’s 96-yard kickoff return against North Texas. Against OU, Jarell Childs scooped up a fumble in the endzone for the Wildcats’ first defensive score this season, while Arthur Brown took a tipped ball to the house for a 37-yard pick-six against Texas Tech. Lockett then took another kickoff 100 yards for a score against Oklahoma State and Allen Chapman recorded his second career pick-six last week.

NON-OFFENSIVE TDS SINCE 1999

SMART CATS WITH DEGREES IN HAND Kansas State has been the Big 12 leader in all-sports graduation rate in four of the past six years, and the same holds true specifically for football as the program has also led the conference in graduation rate over the same time frame. Individually, a total of 17 Wildcat players on the 2012 bowl roster have already earned their degrees from K-State. Those 17 players include seven community-college transfers and four four-year transfers, while nine of the 15 have earned starting roles this season for the Cats. The 17 graduates are Javonta Boyd, Arthur Brown, Anthony Cantele, Jarell Childs, William Cooper, Adam Davis, Ryan Doerr, Roman Fields, Chris Harper, Collin Klein, Nigel Malone, Zach McFall, Torell Miller, Jarard Milo, Nick Puetz, Justin Tuggle and Braden Wilson.

K-STATEHD.TV MAKES NATIONAL SPLASH Kansas State launched an exclusive digital, high-definition network August 30, 2010, known as K-StateHD.TV that provides a world-wide connection to Kansas State University and K-State Athletics and establish the university as an international leader in programming, accessibility and exposure. K-StateHD.TV has held strong for a year and a half as the No. 1 digital network among all institutions on the CBS College network. This milestone joint project between K-State Athletics and Kansas State University maximizes the national exposure for both the university and athletics program through live athletic events, all produced in high definition, as well as classic athletic games and/or game replays, press conferences, original programming and on-campus lectures and/or performances. For more information on the network, visit www.k-statehd.tv.

Day game ......................................................................4-0 Night game ....................................................................7-1 TV game ......................................................................11-1 ABC ..............................................................................2-0 ESPN ............................................................................0-1 FOX ..............................................................................4-0 FX ................................................................................3-0 FSN ..............................................................................1-0 K-StateHD.TV................................................................1-0 September ......................................................................4-0 October ..........................................................................4-0 November ......................................................................2-1 December ......................................................................1-0 January ..........................................................................0-0 vs. top-25 teams ............................................................6-0 vs. non-ranked teams ....................................................4-1 vs. FCS (1-AA)................................................................1-0 On natural grass ............................................................3-0 On artificial surface ........................................................8-1 Scoring first ....................................................................6-0 Coming-from-behind ......................................................3-0 Leading after 1st quarter ................................................5-0 Behind after 1st quarter..................................................2-1 Tied after 1st quarter ......................................................4-0 Leading at halftime ......................................................10-0 Behind at halftime ..........................................................1-1 Tied at halftime ..............................................................0-0 Leading after 3rd quarter ..............................................10-0 Behind after 3rd quarter ................................................1-1 Tied after 3rd quarter......................................................0-0 Overtime ........................................................................0-0 Scoring 20 points or less ................................................0-0 Scoring 20+ points......................................................11-1 Scoring 30+ points........................................................7-0 Allowing 21 points or less ..............................................8-0 Allowing 10 points or less ..............................................2-0 With 100-yard rusher......................................................6-0 Allow 100-yard rusher ....................................................1-1 With 300-yard passer ....................................................1-0 Allow 300-yard passer....................................................2-1 Outgain opponent............................................................6-0 Total offense + 300 yards............................................10-1 Allow + 300 yards total offense ....................................7-1 No turnovers ..................................................................6-0 Less than three turnovers ..............................................9-0 Three or more turnovers..................................................0-1 No takeaways ................................................................0-0 Three or more takeaways................................................6-0 Fewer turnovers..............................................................7-0 Equal turnovers ..............................................................2-0 More turnovers ..............................................................2-1 Control time of possession..............................................8-0 Opponent controls time of possession ............................3-1 Possession time equal ....................................................0-0

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WILDCAT NOTEBOOK K-STATE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Missouri State Offense..................John Hubert and Tramaine Thompson Defense ....................................................Nigel Malone Special Teams ......Curry Sexton and Tramaine Thompson Miami Offense ..............................John Hubert and Collin Klein Defense......................................................Arthur Brown Special Teams ......................................Jonathan Truman North Texas Offense ..................Collin Klein and Tramaine Thompson Defense ......................................................Adam Davis Special Teams ..................Tyler Locket and Jared Loomis Oklahoma Offense......John Hubert, Collin Klein and Travis Tannahill Defense ..................................................Ty Zimmerman Special Teams ....Ryan Doerr, Jared Loomis and Curry Sexton Kansas Offense ....John Hubert, Collin Klein and Travis Tannahill Defense ....................................................Javonta Boyd Special Teams ......................................Anthony Cantele Iowa State Offense ........................Collin Klein and Cody Whitehair Defense ..............................................Meshak Williams Special Teams ............Anthony Cantele and Ryan Doerr West Virginia Offense ..............................Collin Klein and Tyler Lockett Defense ..................................................Defensive Unit Special Teams ......................................Anthony Cantele Texas Tech Offense ....John Hubert, Collin Klein and Cody Whitehair Defense ....................................................Arthur Brown Special Teams ..........................................Morgan Burns Oklahoma State Offense ........Chris Harper, Collin Klein and Tyler Lockett Defense ..................................................Allen Chapman Special Teams ................................Tramaine Thompson TCU Offense ..........................................Tramaine Thompson Defense ..............................................Meshak Williams Special Teams ................................Tramaine Thompson Texas Offense ........................Collin Klein and Travis Tannahill Defense ....................................................Arthur Brown Special Teams ....................................Jonathan Truman

HONORS POUR IN Much was made about the importance of quarterback Collin Klein’s play for the Wildcat defense or Arthur Brown’s performance on defense, but when one looks at the 2012 All-Big 12 teams, it will be clear that this Big 12 Championship squad is not just a one or two-man show. The Wildcats set a new school record this season with 20 players earning at least one all-conference accolade from at least one outlet or publication. Among the first team selections were Klein, Brown, Meshak Williams, Travis Tannahill, Ty Zimmerman, B.J. Finney, John Hubert and Cornelius Lucas. Of that group, Klein, Brown and Zimmerman earned first or second team All-America honors. Among the others who earned All-Big 12 distinction this season were Tyler Lockett (WR/KR), Tramaine Thompson (WR/PR), Chris Harper (WR), Tavon Rooks (OL), Cody Whitehair (OL), Braden Wilson (FB), Adam Davis (DE), Jarell Childs (LB), Vai Lutui (DL), Nigel Malone (DB), Anthony Cantele (PK) and Ryan Doerr (P).

KLEIN LEADS K-STATE TO WINS Although football is the ultimate team sport, there is a lot to be said about the leadership of a starting quarterback coinciding with team victories. Some of the great K-State teams of the past have had great leadership at signal caller, and this year’s squad is no different. Collin Klein is tied for the most wins as a starting quarterback under head coach Bill Snyder despite just 27 starts under center, while he is second in winning percentage among the top five wins leaders. Additionally, he is one of just three quarterbacks in school history to lead K-State to a league championship.

CAREER STARTING QB WINS UNDER SNYDER Michael Bishop (1997-98) Collin Klein (2010-12) Ell Roberson (2001-03) Jonathan Beasley (1999-2000) Chad May (1993-94)

22-3 (.880) 22-5 (.815) 22-9 (.710) 21-4 (.840) 18-5-1 (.771)

IN GOOD COMPANY Heisman Trophy finalist and 2012 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award winner Collin Klein can lay claim to a record that no other quarterback from a BCS AQ school in the BCS era has achieved as he is the only player with at least 20 rushing touchdowns and 10 passing touchdowns in two seasons. The Wildcat signal caller was one of just four players to accomplish the feat once, joining former Heisman Trophy winners Cam Newton (Auburn, 2010), Tim Tebow (Florida, 2007) and Eric Crouch (Nebraska, 2000). In addition, Klein became the sixth quarterback in Big 12 history to register 4,000 passing yards and 2,000 rushing yards. Klein joined Crouch, Ell Roberson (K-State), Vince Young (Texas), Brad Smith (Missouri) and Robert Griffin III (Baylor) and 4,000/2,000 quarterbacks.

SCORING MACHINE First Team All-Big 12 performer Collin Klein, the FBS quarterback record holder for rushing touchdowns in consecutive seasons, accounted for 27 touchdowns over the final eight regular season games, including at least two rushing scores in six of those contests. Included in that stretch was at No. 13 West Virginia when he accounted for seven touchdowns (four rushes) to break the school record for single-game touchdown responsibility. With his stellar two-year run, Klein is the school record holder for career rushing touchdowns (55) and touchdown responsibility (84), while he is tops among Cedric Benson, RB, Texas (2001-04) 64 quarterbacks and second nationally among all active play- Ricky Williams, RB, Texas (1996-98) 64 ers in rushing touchdowns. The Loveland, Colo., product Eric Crouch, QB, Nebraska (1998-01) 59 also ranks fourth in Big 12 history and is second among Collin Klein, QB, K-State (2009-12) 55 quarterbacks in career rushing scores, while he tied the conference record for single-season rushing touchdowns last year (27) and is tied for fifth this year.

BIG 12 CAREER RUSHING TDS

STRIKE THE POSE Quarterback Collin Klein became just the second player in school history to be named a finalist for college football’s most prestigous award - the Heisman Trophy - when he was named a finalist in 2012. Klein joins former Wildcat quarterback Michael Bishop has the lone K-Staters who have made it to New York. Klein went on to finish third in the race, while Bishop was the runner up back in 1998. Both Bishop and Klein currently are tied for the school record for most career wins at the quarterback position while both also led their respective teams to No. 1 national rankings during their Heisman-worthy seasons. K-State’s other top Heisman Trophy candidate was Darren Sproles, who finished fifth in the race back in 2003.

KLEIN EFFICIENT IN PASSING GAME Thanks to a 66.2-percent completion percentage and 156.12 passing efficiency, teams have been on the lookout for Collin Klein’s arm all year. His pass efficiency rating this season is just shy of the K-State record of 159.95 (Michael Bishop, 1998), while his career total of 141.05 is third in school history. Completions have been a big part of his high rating, tying for seventh in a season (180) and ranking fifth in a career (353). Additionally, he has the highest career completion percentage (61.7) among the players in the top 10 in career completions.

BIG PLAYS VIA THE PASS Kansas State has shown a penchant for opening up the passing game more in 2012 compared to last year and that has resulted in more big plays for the Wildcats. Klein has tossed 41 passes for 20 or more yards this year (3.4 per game) after just 26 over the 13-game slate last season (2.0 per game). In addition, the Wildcats did not complete a pass play for 35 yards or greater until week six last year, while they already have 16 this year, including a season-long 62-yarder to Chris Harper at TCU and a 55-yard touchdown to Tyler Lockett against Texas. 10 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

WILDCAT NOTEBOOK TOTAL OFFENSE Quarterback Collin Klein has certainly been the workhorse offensively for Kansas State the last two seasons. The Loveland, Colo., product, has accounted for 3,380 of K-State’s 4,935 offensive yards (68.5 percent) this year and 6,439 of 9,316 (69.1 percent) since 2011. Even more impressive is the fact that the Wildcat signal caller has either rushed for thrown for 66.1 percent (37-of-56) of the offensive touchdowns this year and 74.8 percent (77-of-103) since 2011.

HUBERT IMPROVES TOUCHDOWN PRODUCTION After scoring just three touchdowns as a full-time starter in 13 games last season, running back John Hubert has become more involved around the goal line to take pressure off quarterback Collin Klein. The Waco, Texas, native has 15 rushing touchdowns this season to rank third in the Big 12 and tie for 10th in school history. Four of his scores came against in-state rival Kansas, which are tied for the third most in a single game in school history, the second most in the Big 12 this year and the third most nationally this year. Additionally, Hubert, a First Team All-Big 12 honoree by the league’s coaches, teamed with Klein to become the fourth quarterback/running back duo in school history to each have 15 or more rushing touchdowns, joining Jonathan Beasley and Josh Scobey (2000), and Darren Sproles and Ell Roberson (2002, 2003).

HARPER IS GO-TO RECEIVER Nearly 30 percent of K-State’s completions this season have gone to senior wide receiver Chris Harper. The former Oregon transfer has 50 receptions this year, including a career-high 11 at Baylor. A Second Team All-Big 12 performer, Harper’s 11 receptions were tied for seventh in school history and were the most by a Wildcat since 2008. His performance against the Bears was the continuation of a great second half of the season for Harper, who had 31 of his 50 receptions in the final six games.Harper, who became K-State’s 25th career 1,000-yard receiver earlier this season, now has 115 receptions to place ninth in school history and could finish his career in the top seven with eight catches against the Ducks.

GOING, GOING GONE Tyler Lockett may have taken teams by surprise last season with his kickoff-return abilities, but the speedy sophomore continues to excel as he ranks second nationally with a 33.3-yard average this year. Even more impressive is that the Second Team All-Big 12 honoree currently holds the conference’s career average return record at 34.3 yards, a mark that is top nationally among active players. If he keeps on his current pace in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, he will end the season holding the Big 12 record, a mark currently held by former Wildcat Brandon Banks (28.5 yards). Tyler Lockett, K-State (2011-12) 34.9 Lockett notched his fourth career kickoff-return score Brandon Banks, K-State (2008-09) 28.5 against Oklahoma State, the second of 100 yards in his ca- DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma (2007-10) 28.2 reer. The Tulsa, Okla., product is now tied for fourth nation- Ben Kelly, Colorado (1997-99) 28.1 ally among active players and in Big 12 history with his four Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma State (2010-12) 26.7 touchdowns, while he is one away from the school and Big 12 mark held by Banks.

BIG 12 CAREER KOR AVERAGE

A THREAT AT RECEIVER AS WELL

WILDCAT PLAYERS IN THE NFL Kansas State has 16 players on active rosters this season. Of the 16 players, 10 are on offense and six are on defense. The longest-tenured former Wildcats include cornerback Terence Newman (10th year, Cincinnati), offensive lineman Ryan Lilja (9th year, Kansas City, and running back Darren Sproles (8th year, New Orleans). Five organizations have two former Wildcats on their rosters as Newman is joined by linebacker Emmanuel Lamur, Tysyn Hartman and Lilja are teammates in Kansas City, William Powell and linebacker Reggie Walker play for Arizona, while wide receiver/kick returner Brandon Banks and linebacker Rob Jackson are teammates for a third season with the Washington Redskins.

Name Brandon Banks Bryce Brown Jeromey Clary Zac Diles Josh Freeman Tysyn Hartman Rob Jackson Emmanuel Lamur Ryan Lilja Jeron Mastrud Jordy Nelson Terence Newman William Powell Darren Sproles Daniel Thomas Reggie Walker

Team Washington Philadelphia San Diego Tennessee Tampa Bay Kansas City Washington Cincinnati Kansas City Miami Green Bay Cincinnati Arizona New Orleans Miami Arizona

Pos. WR RB OL LB QB S LB LB OL TE WR CB RB RB RB LB

Exp. 3 R 6 5 4 R 4 R 9 3 5 10 1 8 2 4

Aside from his kick-return abilities, Tyler Lockett has also turned into one of the best threats at wide receiver in the Big 12. The Tulsa, Okla., product has 40 catches for 652 yards and four touchdowns this year. His best game was at West Virginia when he hauled in nine receptions for 194 yards and two scores. His 194 yards were the fifth most in a single game in school history and the most by a sophomore. Additionally, his reception and yardage total both rank fifth in school history among sophomores. His other two touchdowns this season were of the big-play variety as he hauled in a 34-yarder against Kansas and a 55-yarder to jump-start a 21-point fourth quarter in the regular-season finale against Texas.

ALL-PURPOSE PLAYER Just like Lockett, junior wide receiver Tramaine Thompson has made a major impact on both offense and special teams. Thompson leads the Big 12 with a punt-return average of 23.7 yards, a mark that would lead the nation if he met the required minimum of returns. He returned a put 89 yards for a touchdown in the season opener against Missouri State, while he also has five other returns of 20 or more yards. The 24th player in school history to notch 1,000 career receiving yards, Thompson has 36 catches for 514 yards and a team-high four touchdowns this year. However, nearly 40 percent of his catches have been third-down conversions.

OFFENSIVE LINE IS ALL-GOOD Just like last season, the 2012 offensive line only had two full-time starters returning heading into the season, and even then the unit took a hit when guard Nick Puetz went down with an injury in the season opener. But, thanks to hard work, the Wildcat offensive line yet again quickly gelled into one of the best units in the Big 12 as three of the five starters earned All-Big 12 accolades. Left tackle Cornelius Lucas earned first-team honors from the league’s coaches, while center B.J. Finney and guard Cody Whitehair earned honorable mention accolades. Additionally, Finney picked up votes for the Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year award, while he was a first-team honoree by the Associated Press.

SAMS I AM Backup quarterback Daniel Sams has had quite the start to his collegiate career in 2012. In eight games this year, the Slidell, La., product has rushed for 235 yards and three scores, including a two-touchdown performance against Miami. Teamed with Collin Klein’s three scores against the Hurricanes, it marked the first time under head coach Bill Snyder that two quarterbacks rushed for at least two touchdowns in the same game. Also, his 235 rushing yards this year are the most ever by a freshman quarterback in school history and the fifth most by a freshman.

NCAA TEAM RANKINGS Category Rushing Offense Passing Offense Total Offense Scoring Offense Rushing Defense Pass Efficiency Defense Total Defense Scoring Defense Net Punting Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Turnover Margin Pass Defense Passing Efficiency

KS 32 85 55 10 16 44 42 24 32 1 1 1 90 17

UO 3 66 4 2 46 18 47 26 56 10 118 3 61 6

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WILDCAT NOTEBOOK SINCE 1990 KANSAS STATE IS... With a 100-yard rusher ......................................110-23 With 200 yards rushing ........................................102-8 With 350+ yards of total offense ......................137-40 When leading at the half ......................................159-5 When scoring first ..............................................139-26 Opponents score 10 points or less..........................80-0 Opponents score 15 points or less........................113-4 Opponents scores < 25 points ......................165-21-1 When scoring a defensive TD or safety ................49-15 When scoring on special teams ............................48-15 When scoring on special teams and defense ..........18-1

WILDCAT CAREER STARTS OFFENSE Player ................................................Consec.

Collin Klein, QB ................................25 B.J. Finney, OL ..................................25 Chris Harper, WR ..............................16 Cornelius Lucas, OL..........................12 Keenan Taylor, OL ............................12 John Hubert, RB................................11 Travis Tannahill, TE............................6 Boston Stiverson, OL ........................2 Braden Wilson, FB ............................1 Cody Whitehair ..................................1 Zach McFall, WR................................1 Tramaine Thompson, WR ..................-Tyler Lockett, WR ..............................-Nick Puetz, OL ..................................-Tavon Rooks, OL................................-Andre McDonald, TE..........................-Curry Sexton, WR ..............................-Torell Miller, WR ................................-Angelo Pease, RB..............................-Ethan Douglas, OL ............................-Zach Trujillo, TE ................................-DEFENSE Player ........................................Consec. Arthur Brown, LB ..............................25 Adam Davis, DE................................25 Nigel Malone, DB..............................25 Allen Chapman, DB ..........................14 Vai Lutui, DL ....................................12 Jarard Milo, DB ................................12 John Sua, DL ....................................12 Meshak Williams, DE........................12 Jarell Childs, LB ................................8 Justin Tuggle, LB................................2 Dante Barnett, DB ............................2 Ty Zimmerman, DB............................-Tre Walker, LB ..................................-Randall Evans, DB ............................-Blake Slaughter, LB ..........................--

HITTING THE CENTURY MARK After leading the team in tackles with 101 last season, senior linebacker Arthur Brown is at it again as he has a teamleading 91 stops entering the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. The Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year, Brown became the first Wildcat since 2006 with 100 or more stops and can make more history against Oregon. With nine tackles against the Ducks, Brown would become the first Wildcat defender since Josh Buhl (2002 and 2003) to tally 100 or more stops in consecutive seasons. Buhl carded 135 tackles in 2002 and set the school record with 184 stops in 2003.

“THE JUDGE” BECOMES “THE STREAK BREAKER” Arthur Brown may be known for his high motor when chancing down ball carriers, but the Wichita, Kan., product might have more significance in his interceptions despite the fact that his career total equals three. Last year, Brown became the first player to intercept Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III, breaking a streak of 110 attempts without a pick and setting up the game-winning field goal. Ironically, Brown, who is nicknamed “The Judge” by his teammates, became the first player to pick off West Virginia’s Geno Smith after a then-NCAA record of 273 attempts without an interception this year. He put his interception streak at two games by taking a tipped pass 37 yards for a touchdown vs. Texas Tech.

GREAT BOOKENDS Career

29 25 30 12 12 23 25 2 27 11 1 16 16 13 10 4 4 2 2 1 1

Career 25 25 25 19 23 12 12 12 15 6 2 35 16 6 4

One of the main reasons K-State leads the Big 12 in sacks has to do with the continued improvement of Meshak Williams and Adam Davis as the duo ranks first (9.5) and fourth (7.5) in the conference, respectively. Williams has 16.5 in his career to rank ninth in school history, while his season total is eighth. He totaled 2.5 sacks at No. 13 West Virginia, the top mark in the Big 12 this year. Williams and Davis also rank highly in the league in tackles for loss as they are tied for third (13.5) and fifth (12.0), respectively. Both players were honored for their work during the regular season as Williams was the Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year and a First Team All-Big 12 performer by both the league’s coaches and Associated Press, while Davis picked up second-team honors from both organizations.

CHAPMAN’S CAREER DAY Senior defensive back Allen Chapman turned in the best game of his career against Oklahoma State as he came away with three interceptions. He became the sixth player in school history with at least three picks in a game, while he was the first since Chris Canty against Akron in 1995. Additionally, he is one of just eight players nationally - and the only one from the Big 12 - with three interceptions in a single game. His first interception was returned 29 yards for a touchdown, which was the second pick-six of his career - both coming against the Cowboys. Chapman, who also made five tackles and batted away two passes, earned Bronko Nagurski and Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week honors and was the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week.

PICK ME A two-time semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award, Second Team All-Big 12 performer Nigel Malone has become one of the best interception artists in school history. The Manteca, Calif., product has 12 in his career to tie for fourth in school history and ninth nationally among active players. After picking off seven passes last year, teams consistently avoided throwing towards Malone this year, but the ballhawk still came away with five interceptions and eight pass breakups.

ZIMMERMAN PLAYING CENTERFIELD Not to be out-done by Malone, safety Ty Zimmerman has a knack for finding the football as well. A First Team All-Big 12 performer, Zimmerman enters the bowl season as the Big 12 leader with five interceptions this year. During the season, he became the first Wildcat since at least 1989 to record interceptions in four-straight games, doing so against Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa State and West Virginia, while his fifth pick was at TCU. The Junction City, Kan., product is tied for sixth nationally in interceptions, while his career total of 10 is tied for seventh in school history and is 15th nationally among active players.

PINNING THEM DEEP It has become an art form for senior punter Ryan Doerr as he leads the Big 12 with 14 punts inside the 20-yard line in Big 12 play. That number was jump-started with five inside the 20-yard line in the conference opener at Oklahoma as he earned Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week honors. Of his league-leading 14 inside the 20 in Big 12 play, seven were downed inside the 10, including five that were downed at the five-yard line or in. An Honorable Mention All-Big 12 pick, Doerr is in his fourth year as the Wildcats regular punter and ranks in the top 10 in career attempts (198; 5th), yardage (8,153; 5th) and average (41.18; 8th).

CANTELE CAN Senior placekicker Anthony Cantele will go down as one of the best in school history for both a single season and a career. A Second Team All-Big 12 kicker by both the coaches and the Associated Press, Cantele has connected on 18-of-21 field goals and has been true on all 62 extra-point attempts. Cantele ranks fourth in school history, leads the Big 12 and is tied for third nationally among players with 21 or more attempts with a field-goal percentage of 85.7. A Lou Groza Award semifinalist, Cantele holds the school record for consecutive extra points made at 90 and counting, while he is second in career field goal percentage (.783), fourth in career extra points (116), fifth in career points (230) and sixth in career field goals made (36). The Wichita, Kan., product needs one field goal against Oregon to tie for fourth for a career in school history, two to tie for third and three to tie for second.

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DEPTH CHART

DEPTH CHART OFFENSE

VS OREGON

DEFENSE

WR

3 88

Chris Harper (6-1, 234, Sr.-2L) Torell Miller (6-2, 214, Jr.-2L)

DE

42 44

Meshak Williams (6-3, 245, Sr.-1L) Ryan Mueller (6-1, 240, So.-1L)

LT

78 64

Cornelius Lucas (6-9, 324, Jr.-2L) Tomasi Mariner (6-3, 329, So.-1L)

DT

96 99

John Sua (6-0, 294, Sr.-1L) Javonta Boyd (6-2, 297, Sr.-1L)

LG

55 50

Cody Whitehair (6-3, 300, Fr.-RS) Nick Puetz (6-4, 304, Sr.-1L)

DT

92 95

Vai Lutui (6-2, 299, Sr.-1L) Travis Britz (6-4, 290, Fr.-HS)

C

66 61

B.J. Finney (6-4, 303, So.-1L) Drew Liddle (6-3, 288, So.-SQ)

DE

55 94

Adam Davis (6-0, 247, Sr.-1L) Alauna Finau (6-1, 245, Jr.-TR)

RG

79 77

Keenan Taylor (6-1, 290, Jr.-2L) Boston Stiverson (6-4, 312, Fr.-RS)

SLB

2 26

Justin Tuggle (6-3, 237, Sr.-1L) Jarell Childs (6-2, 230, Sr.-3L)

RT

73 55

Tavon Rooks (6-5, 272, Jr.-TR) Cody Whitehair (6-3, 300, Fr.-RS)

MLB

4 53

Arthur Brown (6-1, 231, Sr.-1L) Blake Slaughter (5-10, 227, Sr.-3L)

TE

80 85

Travis Tannahill (6-3, 253, Sr.-3L) Zach Trujillo (6-4, 236, So.-1L)

WLB

26 21

Jarell Childs (6-2, 230, Sr.-3L) Jonathan Truman (5-11, 214, So.-1L)

QB

7 4 15

Collin Klein (6-5, 226, Sr.-3L) Daniel Sams (6-2, 204, Fr.-RS) OR Sam Johnson (5-11, 215, So.-SQ)

CB

3 19

Allen Chapman (5-11, 176, Sr.-1L) Carl Miles, Jr. (5-11, 181, Jr.-SQ)

SS FB

37 89

Braden Wilson (6-4, 256, Sr.-3L) Zach Nemechek (6-3, 249, So.-1L)

23 5

Jarard Milo (6-2, 197, Jr.-1L) Thomas Ferguson (6-0, 202, Sr.-3L)

FS RB

33 8

John Hubert (5-7, 191, Jr.-2L) Angelo Pease (5-11, 215, Sr.-1L)

12 22

Ty Zimmerman (6-1, 203, Jr.-2L) OR Dante Barnett (6-1, 186, Fr.-HS)

CB WR

16 14

Tyler Lockett (5-11, 175, So.-1L) Curry Sexton (5-11, 180, So.-1L)

24 15

Nigel Malone (5-10, 180, Sr.-1L) Randall Evans (6-0, 190, So.-1L)

WR

86 81

Tramaine Thompson (5-8, 167, Jr.-2L) Kyle Klein (6-3, 210, Fr.-RS)

WILDCAT PRONUNCIATION GUIDE PLAYERS 25 Joseph BONUGLI ..........................Buh-NOOG-lee 99 JAVONTA Boyd ..................................Juh-VON-tay 36 Nick BRINEY............................................BRY-nee 84 DEANTE Burton ..................................DEE-on-tay 10/14 Anthony/Jack CANTELE ....................Can-TELL-ee 26 JARELL Childs ..........................................JUH-rell 9 Ryan DOERR ..............................................DOOR 90 LATON Dowling ........................................LAY-ton 72 ADERIUS Epps ............................Uh-DARE-ee-us 94 Alauna FINAU ......................A-LAH-nuh FEE-now 48 Glenn GRONKOWSKI ......................Gron-COW-ski 54 Taylor GODINET ..............................GODE-uh-nay 48 Ethan HAMMES ..................................HAH-mess 41 Logan HAUG ..............................................HOWG 63 Marcus HEIT ................................................HITE 17 Weston HIEBERT ......................................HE-bert 74 Kason HOSTRUP..................................HOSS-trup 97 DEMONTE Hood ................................Da-MON-tay 19 Joe HUBENER ......................................HUEB-ner 33 John HUBERT ........................................HUE-bert 29 Kent GAINOUS ........................................GAIN-us 28 Jarvis LEVERETT ......................................LEV-ret 61 Drew LIDDLE ............................................LID-uhl 65 Matt KLEINSORGE ........................KLEIN-sor-gee 6 Brandon KLIMEK ................................KLEE-meck 92 VAI LUTUI ..................................VYE Luh-TWO-ee 24 NIGEL Malone ............................................NY-gel 64 TOMASI Mariner ..............................Toe-MAH-see 88 TORELL Miller ........................................TORE-ell 31 JARARD MILO ..................................Jared MY-low 52 CHARMEACHEALLE Moore ....Sure-MIKE-you-well 44 Ryan MUELLER..........................................MULE-er 89 Zach NEMECHEK ..........................NEEM-ah-check 8 Angelo PEASE................................................PEEZE 50 Nick PUETZ ..................................................PITS 98 CHAQUIL Reed ......................................Sha-KEEL 73 TAYVON Rooks ........................................TAY-von 43 Wyatt SCHROEDER ............................SHROW-der 77 Boston STIVERSON..........................STYE-ver-son 85 Zach TRUJILLO..................................True-HEE-oh COACHES Dana DIMEL ........................................................DIM-ul

SPECIALISTS PK

10 6

Anthony Cantele (5-10, 183, Sr.-2L) Brandon Klimek (5-11, 174, Sr.-SQ)

P

9 38

Ryan Doerr (6-3, 189, Sr.-3L) Mark Krause (5-11, 204, Sr.-RS)

HOLD

9

Ryan Doerr (6-3, 189, Sr.-3L)

KOR

16 86

Tyler Lockett (5-11, 175, So.-1L) Tramaine Thompson (5-8, 167, Jr.-2L)

LS

63 46

Marcus Heit (6-2, 244, Jr.-1L) Dalton Converse (5-11, 221, So.-SQ)

PR

16 86

Tyler Lockett (5-11, 175, So.-1L) Tramaine Thompson (5-8, 167, Jr.-2L)

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ROSTERS

2012 KANSAS STATE ROSTER

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO

NAME

70 22 25 99 36 95 4 27 45 33 84 10 14 3 26 18 46 68 58 57 7 55 49 9 71 90 27 72 15 5 32 41 94 66 29 62 54 42 48 48 3 26 41 63 17 56 97 74 19 33 87 15 2 24 36 39 7 81 65

William Ash Dante Barnett Joseph Bonugli Javonta Boyd Nick Briney Travis Britz Arthur Brown Ed Brown Marquel Bryant Mogarn Burns Deante Burton Anthony Cantele Jack Cantele Allen Chapman Jarell Childs Jonathan Coleman Dalton Converse William Cooper Myles Copeland Colborn Couchman Kip Daily Adam Davis Will Davis Ryan Doerr Ethan Douglas Laton Dowling Brad Duncan Aderius Epps Randall Evans Thomas Ferguson Roman Fields Seth Filbert Alauna Finau B.J. Finney Kent Gainous Xavier Gates Taylor Godinet William Green Glenn Gronkowski Ethan Hammes Chris Harper Cody Harrison Logan Haug Marcus Heit Weston Hiebert Wesley Hollingshed Demonte Hood Kason Hostrup Joe Hubener John Hubert Andre Jackson Sam Johnson Stephen Johnson Charles Jones Ben Kall Austin Katsorelos Collin Klein Kyle Klein Matt Kleinsorge

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POS OL DB DB DL LB DL LB DB DE DB WR PK PK DB LB DB LS OL LB LB DB DE LB P OL DE FB OL DB DB LB RB DE OL DB DL DE TE FB P WR WR DE LS DB OL DL OL QB RB WR QB WR RB FB FB QB WR OL

NO 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 10 10 10 12 12 13 14 14 15 15 16 17 18 18 19 19 20 21 22 22 23 23 24 24 25 25 26 26 27 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 33 35 36 36 37 38 39

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NAME Stephen Johnson Justin Tuggle Allen Chapman Chris Harper Arthur Brown Daniel Sams Thomas Ferguson Robert Rose Brandon Klimek Tate Snyder Kip Daily Collin Klein Angelo Pease Dillon Wilson Ryan Doerr Anthony Cantele Lucas Munds Donny Starks Stanton Weber Ty Zimmerman Steven West Jack Cantele Curry Sexton Randall Evans Sam Johnson Tyler Lockett Weston Hiebert Jonathan Coleman Andre McDonald Joe Hubener Carl Miles, Jr. DeMarcus Robinson Jonathan Truman Dante Barnett Zach McFall Jarard Milo Collin Sexton Charles Jones Nigel Malone Joseph Bonugli Dylan Veatch Jarell Childs Cody Harrison Ed Brown Brad Duncan Jarvis Leverett Kent Gainous Dorrian Roberts Michael Mann Roman Fields Morgan Burns John Hubert David Smith Nick Briney Ben Kall Braden Wilson Mark Krause Austin Katsorelos

POS WR LB DB WR LB QB DB RB PK LB DB QB RB PK P PK WR DB WR DB WR PK WR DB QB WR DB DB TE QB DB RB LB DB WR DB WR RB DB DB WR LB WR DB FB RB DB DB DB LB DB RB LB LB FB FB P FB

HT 5-9 6-3 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-0 5-4 5-11 5-11 5-11 6-5 5-11 5-10 6-3 5-10 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-8 6-4 5-11 5-6 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-2 5-10 5-9 5-10 6-0 5-11 6-2 5-6 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-1 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-7 6-0 6-0 5-9 6-4 5-11 6-1

WT 155 237 176 234 231 204 202 174 184 223 181 226 215 187 189 183 196 180 179 203 196 193 180 190 215 175 199 205 283 205 181 206 214 186 186 197 166 191 180 188 191 230 160 185 234 203 190 165 168 204 195 191 230 218 228 256 204 229

YR-EX Jr.-SQ Sr.-1L Sr.-1L Sr.-2L Sr.-1L Fr.-RS Sr.-3L Jr.-1L Sr.-SQ So.-SQ Jr.-RS Sr.-3L Sr.-1L Fr.-RS Sr.-3L Sr.-2L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-RS Jr.-2L Fr.-HS Fr.-RS So.-1L So.-1L So.-SQ So.-1L So.-SQ Fr.-RS Jr.-2L Fr.-HS Jr.-SQ So.-SQ So.-1L Fr.-HS Sr.-2L Sr.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Sr.-1L So.-SQ So.-TR Sr.-3L So.-SQ So.-SQ So.-SQ Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Jr.-RS Fr.-HS Sr.-SQ Fr.-HS Jr.-2L So.-SQ Sr.-SQ Sr.-1L Sr.-3L So.-RS Fr.-HS

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Fresno, Calif. (Buchanan) Alpharetta, Ga. (Blinn College) San Francisco, Calif. (City College of SF) Wichita, Kan. (Oregon) Wichita, Kan. (Miami) Slidell, La. (Salmen) Grand Prairie, Texas (South) Miami, Fla. (Miami Springs) Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan) Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan) College Station, Texas (Blinn College) Loveland, Colo. (Loveland) Cairo, Ga. (Hutchinson CC) Midlothian, Texas (Midlothian) Katy, Texas (South Carolina) Wichita, Kan. (Kapaun Mt. Carmel) Hutchinson, Kan. (Hutchinson) Crosby, Texas (Crosby) Overland Park, Kan. (Bishop Miege) Junction City, Kan. (Junction City) Keller, Texas (Fossil Ridge) Wichita, Kan. (Kapaun Mt. Carmel) Abilene, Kan. (Abilene) Miami, Fla. (Palmetto) Topeka, Kan. (Topeka) Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington) Canton, Kan. (Goessel) Mesquite, Texas (Poteet) Choctaw, Okla. (Choctaw) Cheney, Kan. (Cheney) Miami, Fla. (Georgia Tech) Wichita, Kan. (Northwest) Kechi, Kan. (Kapaun Mt. Carmel) Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington) Manhattan, Kan. (Fort Scott CC) Olathe, Kan. (Butler CC) Abilene, Kan. (Abilene) Mandeville, La. (Mandeville) Manteca, Calif. (City College of San Francisco) San Antonio, Texas (Warren) Shawnee, Kan. (Indiana) Kansas City, Mo. (Oak Park) Topeka, Kan. (Topeka) Bradenton, Fla. (Bradenton Prep) Westmoreland, Kan. (Rock Creek) Katy, Texas (Cypress Lake) Orlando, Fla. (Trinity Valley CC) Wichita, Kan. (Hutchinson CC) Aledo, Texas (Aledo) Kansas City, Kan. (Christ Prep Academy) Wichita, Kan. (Trinity Academy) Waco, Texas (Midway) Argyle, Texas (Liberty Christian) Dodge City, Kan. (Coffeyville CC) Rochester, Minn. (John Marshall) Smith Center, Kan. (Smith Center) Kearney, Mo. (Missouri Southern) Leawood, Kan. (Blue Valley)

ROSTERS NO 39 40 40 41 41 42 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 48 49 50 50 52 53 54 55 55 56 57 58 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 92 94 95 96 97 98 99

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NAME Cameron Morgan Ian Patterson Dylan Schellenberg Seth Filbert Logan Haug William Green Meshak Williams Wyatt Schroeder Ryan Mueller Marquel Bryant Dalton Converse Jared Loomis Glenn Gronkowski Ethan Hammes Will Davis Nick Puetz Tre Walker Charmeachealle Moore Blake Slaughter Taylor Godinet Adam Davis Cody Whitehair Wesley Hollingshed Colborn Couchman Myles Copeland Aaron Norris Drew Liddle Xavier Gates Marcus Heit Tomasi Mariner Matt Kleinsorge B.J. Finney William Cooper Logan O’Dea Will Ash Ethan Douglas Aderius Epps Tavon Rooks Kason Hostrup Boston Stiverson Cornelius Lucas Keenan Taylor Travis Tannahill Kyle Klein Evan Loomis Logan Stephens Deante Burton Zach Trujillo Tramaine Thompson Andre Jackson Torell Miller Zach Nemechek Laton Dowling Vai Lutui Alauna Finau Travis Britz John Sua Demonte Hood Chaquil Reed Javonta Boyd

POS DB PK DB RB DE TE DE DE DE DE LS LB FB P LB OL LB LB LB DE DE OL OL LB LB LB OL DL LS OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL TE WR WR WR WR TE WR WR WR FB DE DT DE DL DL DL DL DL

HT 5-9 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-0 6-3 5-9 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-4 5-10 6-2 6-6 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-9 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-4 5-8 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-2

WT 185 233 189 165 233 262 245 214 240 239 221 230 228 194 214 304 225 213 227 237 247 300 294 192 217 234 288 312 244 329 300 303 297 254 352 319 321 272 286 312 324 290 253 210 216 200 200 236 167 225 214 249 245 299 245 290 294 315 290 297

YR-EX Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Fr.-RS Jr.-RS Sr.-1L Fr.-HS So.-1L Fr.-RS So.-SQ Sr.-1L Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Sr.-1L Jr.-2L Fr.-HS Sr.-3L So.-SQ Sr.-1L Fr.-RS Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-RS So.-SQ Fr.-RS Jr.-1L So.-1L Fr.-RS So.-1L Jr.-SQ Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Sr.-1L Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Fr.-RS Fr.-RS Jr.-2L Jr.-2L Sr.-3L Fr.-RS Jr.-TR Jr.-TR Fr.-HS So.-1L Jr.-2L Jr.-TR Jr.-2L So.-1L So.-1L Sr.-1L Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Sr.-1L Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Sr.-1L

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Omaha, Neb. (Westside) Columbia, Mo. (Rock Bridge) Wichita, Kan. (Butler CC) Macksville, Kan. (Macksville) Seneca, Kan. (B&B) Woodbridge, Conn. (Highland CC) Sylvester, Ga. (Hutchinson CC) Lincoln, Kan. (Lincoln) Leawood, Kan. (St. Thomas Aquinas) Dallas, Texas (Skyline) Clay Center, Kan. (Clay Center) Macksville, Kan. (Dodge City CC) Amherst, N.Y. (Williamsville North) Seneca, Kan. (Butler CC) Southlake, Texas (Carroll) Salina, Kan. (Wyoming) Olathe, Kan. (North) Dallas, Texas (Skyline) Missouri City, Texas (Elkins) Wamego, Kan. (Wamego) Folkston, Ga. (Hutchinson CC) Abilene, Kan. (Abilene) Atlanta, Ga. (Trinity Valley CC) Scott City, Kan. (Scott Community) Wichita, Kan. (Wichita Collegiate) Littleton, Colo. (Chatfield) Oak Grove, Mo. (Grain Valley) Harrisburg, Pa. (Harrisburg) Derby, Kan. (Derby) Topeka, Kan. (Washburn Rural) Olathe, Kan. (Olathe South) Andale, Kan. (Andale) Hayti, Mo. (Hayti) Wellsville, Kan. (Wellsville) Indianapolis, Ind. (Cathedral) Basehor, Kan. (Basehor Linwood) Cedar Hill, Texas (Cedar Hill) Randallstown, Md. (Navarro JC) Sachse, Texas (Sachse) Andover, Kan. (Andover Central) New Orleans, La. (Edna Karr) Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington) Overland Park, Kan. (Olathe East) Loveland, Colo. (Loveland) Macksville, Kan. (Dodge City CC) Grinnell, Kan. (Dodge City CC) Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan) Edmond, Okla. (Deer Creek) Jenks, Okla. (Jenks) Miami, Fla. (West Hills CC) New Orleans, La. (O. Perry Walker) Quinter, Kan. (Quinter) Dodge City, Kan. (Dodge City) Salt Lake City, Utah (Mt. San Antonio CC) Compton, Calif. (Cerritos College) Harrisonville, Mo. (Harrisonville) Santa Maria, Calif. (Allan Hancock College) Arlington, Texas (Bowie) Wichita, Kan. (Butler CC) St. Petersburg, Fla. (Butler CC)

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO

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POS PK P RB OL WR WR LB OL DL DB DB OL TE WR DB WR DB LB DB DE WR FB LB DL PK RB OL DL DB RB OL RB QB DB DE WR WR LB LB LB DB WR OL DL TE OL WR TE LB LB WR LB WR WR OL DE FB PK DB 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 15

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Head Coach

BILL SNYDER

21st Season at K-State

currently ranked

11th Nationally in Wins among active FBS coaches 2011, 2012 National Coach of the Year 2011, 2012 Big 12 Coach of the Year The 2009 season saw one of the greatest legends in college football return to the sidelines in hopes of revitalizing a program that he once built, piece by piece, into a national force. And, after three seasons back in charge, Bill Snyder is well on his way to doing just that. The architect of the “greatest turnaround in the history of college football” Bill Snyder returned to lead the Kansas State football program in 2009 after 17 ultra-successful seasons as the head coach from 1989-2005. And, following a 7-5 campaign in 2010 and a berth in the inaugural Pinstripe Bowl, the Wildcats climbed to heights only previously seen under Snyder as the Wildcats went 10-3 in 2011, finished No. 8 in the final BCS standings and earned their first Cotton Bowl invitation since 2001. The bar was raised again in 2012 as Snyder led the Wildcats to their third conference championship in school history and the since 2003. Kansas State, which won its first 10 games of the season and finished 11-1 with an 8-1 mark in Big 12 play, tied the school record for overall wins and conference victories while also ascending to No. 1 in the BCS rankings following its 10-0 start. He will lead K-State into the second BCS bowl game in school history in search of a school-record 12th victory. Along the way, the Wildcats defeated a school-record six ranked opponents. For his efforts in 2012, Snyder was named the Big 12 Coach of the Year by both the league’s coaches and Associated Press, while he was a finalist for the Bear Bryant, Eddie Robinson, Liberty Mutual and Maxwell Coach of the Year awards. In 2011, Snyder's Wildcats jumped out to a 7-0 start – the best in 12 years – which included big wins at Miami, against 15th-ranked Baylor and at Texas Tech. Following a

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two-game skid to a pair of nationally-ranked teams, the Wildcats got back into the win column with a thrilling fourovertime victory over Texas A&M before ending the year with wins at Texas and against Iowa State. For his efforts in 2011, Snyder was named the Woody Hayes National Coach of the Year, as well as picking up national coaching honors from Sporting News, Rivals.com and CBSSports.com, and the Big 12 Coach of the Year by the AP and Big 12 Coaches. He also tutored 11 players to All-Big 12 honors, including Defensive Newcomer of the Year Arthur Brown and Offensive Freshman of the Year and Walter Camp All-American Tyler Lockett. Named the 32nd head football coach at K-State on Nov. 30, 1988, and again as the 34th on Nov. 24, 2008, Snyder has amassed a 170-84-1 (.669) record during his tenure with the Wildcats, including a 97-65-1 (.598) mark in Big 8/12 games. His 170 victories are the 11th-most among active FBS coaches and are more than triple the man in second place on K-State’s all-time coaching victories list. In 2010, Snyder’s Wildcats jumped out to a 5-1 start, which included big wins over UCLA, Conference USA Champion UCF and Iowa State, behind All-Big 12 running back Daniel Thomas, who became the fastest Wildcat in school history (in terms of games) to rush for 1,000 yards. K-State would then dominate rival Kansas and closed out the home schedule with a convincing 39-14 win over Texas to become bowl-eligible. In his first season back as the head man of the Wildcat program, Snyder led the Wildcats to a 6-6 record in 2009 and a second place finish in the Big 12 North. In fact, KState was just one win away from advancing to the Big 12 Championship game as the Wildcats played at Nebraska in

SNYDER AT KANSAS STATE (1989-2012) Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2009 2010 2011 2012 Totals

Overall 1-10-0 5-6-0 7-4-0 5-6-0 9-2-1 9-3-0 10-2-0 9-3-0 11-1-0 11-2-0 11-1-0 11-3-0 6-6-0 11-2-0 11-4-0 4-7-0 5-6-0 6-6-0 7-5-0 10-2-0 11-1-0 170-82-1

Big 8/12 0-7-0 2-5-0 4-3-0 2-5-0 4-2-1 5-2-0 5-2-0 6-2-0 7-1-0 8-0-0 7-1-0 6-2-0 3-5-0 6-2-0 6-2-0 2-6-0 2-6-0 4-4-0 3-5-0 7-2-0 8-1-0 97-65-1

Finish 8th T6th 4th T6th 3rd 3rd T2nd 3rd-N 2nd-N 1st-N T1st-N 1st-N T4th-N 2nd-N 1st T5th-N 6th-N T2nd-N 3rd-N 2nd 1st

COACHING STAFF the season finale with a championship game berth on the line. Not bad for a program that was picked by most preseason publications to finish fifth or even sixth in the 2009 Big 12 North race. K-State claimed more First Team All-Big 12 selections on offense than any other school with four last season. Big 12 Newcomer of the Year Daniel Thomas led the league in rushing in his first year at the position, while Nick Stringer, Jeron Mastrud and Brandon Banks also garnered first team All-Big 12 accolades. But to fully understand the turnaround ushered in by Snyder at Kansas State one must only consider that the Wildcats were in the midst of an 0-26-1 run when he was hired. It also took K-State 51 seasons (1938-1988) to total just 130 wins, while the 12 head coaches prior to Snyder's arrival in Manhattan combined to win just 116 games from 1945-1988. Snyder led Kansas State to 11 straight bowl berths between the 1993 and 2003 seasons, making K-State one of only seven programs in the nation to appear in the postseason every year during that stretch. During that span, Snyder’s Wildcats won nearly 80 percent of their games, chalking up 109 victories - a staggering average of nearly 10 wins per season - and making Kansas State the nation’s second-winningest program over that period. And Snyder continued to break new ground with the Wildcats. Kansas State’s 35-7 victory over top-ranked Oklahoma in the 2003 Big 12 Championship game lifted K-State to its first conference championship since Pappy Waldorf’s 1934 squad and secured the school’s first BCS bowl berth in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. With an 11-4 record in 2003, K-State was the only team in the country to win 11 games in six of the previous seven years and just the second program in the history of college football to win 11 games six times in a seven-year stretch. Snyder’s unprecedented success in 21 years at Kansas State has not gone unnoticed. He has been named the National Coach of the Year on five occasions (1991, 1994, 1998, 2011 and 2012). He has been a finalist for the prestigious Bear Bryant/FWAA National Coach of the Year Award in 1993 and 1995 before winning in 1998; a finalist for the Football News National Coach of the Year Award in 1995 and 1998; and a finalist for the AFCA Coach of the Year Award in 1993 and 1998. In 1993, he joined legendary Nebraska head coach Bob Devaney as the only head coaches in Big Eight history to be named Associated Press Big Eight Coach of the Year three times in a four-year period (1990, 1991 and 1993). The Houston Chronicle named him the 1996 Big 12 Coach of the Year, while he earned 1997 and 1998 Big 12 Coach of the Year honors from the Kansas City Star. Snyder also was the 1998 Big 12 Coach of the Year by the AP and by a vote of league coaches before earning the league coaches’ support again in 2002. The 2003 season brought more honors, including Big 12 Coach of the Year accolades from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and ESPN.com. The list of accomplishments Snyder has amassed in his 21 years is as endless as the time most people thought it would take for the Wildcats to be a consistent threat in the Big Eight, and now, Big 12 Conference. Like so many in recent history, the 2003 campaign was a dramatically successful one for K-State, which ended the regular season with seven straight wins, a fourth Big 12 North Division title, its first Big 12 Championship and another top-20 finish. But the 2003 season was not without its bumps in the road as the Wildcats overcame their share of adversity to produce perhaps the greatest season in school history. Ranked as high as No. 6 nationally in the early going, a key injury to quarterback Ell Roberson precipitated a three-game slide that threatened to wipe out a promising season. The three losses all but erased K-State from the national consciousness, as the Wildcats slipped out of the both polls for the first time since the second game of the 2002 season. But Snyder was not about to allow the year to spiral out of control. He constantly reminded his players that they still controlled their own destiny, and if they could just go 1-0 each week the season would take care of itself and the team would ultimately achieve its goals. And like everything Snyder seems to touch, this strategy too worked, as the Wildcats rode their 1-0 mantra week after week all the way to a berth in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Along the way, five different Wildcats were lauded for their efforts with All-America honors, including K-State’s first Associated Press first team All-American running back, Darren Sproles, who finished fifth in voting for the Heisman Trophy, was the Doak Walker Award runner-up and finished third on the AP’s Player of the Year ballot. But Sproles was the lone player with star power that returned for the 2004 campaign. And though the little tank produced yet another record-breaking season capped by his third-straight selection to an All-Big 12 team, the lack of experience was one reason K-State struggled through a 4-7 rebuilding campaign. The 2002 season was one of the best in Kansas State history, witnessed by the Wildcats’ five-victory turnaround from the previous year’s 6-6 team to a win in the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl and an 11-2 overall record. In addition, the 2002 Wildcats set or tied 45 school records, including tying the mark for wins in a season. Snyder’s Wildcats finished the season with six consecutive victories, including the biggest wins in the history of the series in each of a three-week span against Kansas, Iowa State and Nebraska. The Wildcats’ dominant play down the stretch of the 2002 season earned Snyder the recognition of his peers as the Big 12 Conference Coach of the Year. In 2001, Snyder directed one of the best in-season turnarounds in school history. Despite losing four straight in the middle of the year and facing the fourth-toughest schedule in the nation, the Wildcats recovered to win four of their last five games to end the regular season with a 6-5 record and a berth in the Insight.com Bowl. Despite the record, the quality of players produced by the Snyder-led coaching staff continued to attract national attention from those who best know the game. Six Kansas State players were selected in the 2002 NFL Draft, the most of any team in the Big 12 Conference, with only six schools in the country having more players picked in the draft. The Wildcats started the 2000 season ranked in the Top 10 for just the second time in school history and made a fourweek run into the Top 5 that saw K-State climb as high as No. 2 in the nation. K-State won the Big 12 North Division for the second time in three years and earned at least a share of the title for the third consecutive season. K-State had six players named first team All-Big 12, and PK Jamie Rheem, DT Mario Fatafehi and WR Quincy Morgan were All-Americans. The 1999 season saw the Wildcats climb from No. 20 in the preseason poll to finish at No. 6, after starting the season with nine straight victories, and win 11 games for the third straight year. K-State tied Nebraska for the Wildcats’ second consecutive Big 12 North Division Championship. All this came in what many thought would be a rebuilding season. K-State led the conference in first team picks with seven.

PERSONAL INFORMATION Date of Birth: Hometown: Spouse: Children: Grandchildren:

October 7, 1939 St. Joseph, Mo. Sharon Sean, Ross, Shannon, Meredith, Whitney Sydney, Katherine, Tate, Matthew, Alexis, Gavid, Kadin and Tylin Great-Grandchildren: D.J.

EDUCATION Received B.A. from William Jewell in 1963 Received M.A. from Eastern New Mexico in 1965

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Three-year letterwinner as a defensive back at William Jewell

COACHING EXPERIENCE Year 1964 1966 1967-68 1969-73 1974-75 1976-78 1979-88 1989-2005, 09-12

Position School Assistant Coach Indio HS Graduate Assistant USC Head Coach Indio HS Head Coach Santa Ana Foothill HS Off. Coordinator Austin College Assistant Coach North Texas Off. Coordinator Iowa Head Coach Kansas State

HEAD COACH YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Overall 1-10-0 5-6-0 7-4-0 5-6-0 9-2-1

Big 8/12 0-7-0 2-5-0 4-3-0 2-5-0 4-2-1

Finish 8th T6th 4th T6th 3rd

u Copper Bowl Champions

1994

9-3-0

5-2-0

3rd

5-2-0

T2nd

6-2-0

3rd-N

7-1-0

2nd-N

8-0-0

1st-N

7-1-0

T1st-N

6-2-0

1st-N

3-5-0

T4th-N

6-2-0

2nd-N

6-2-0

1st

2-6-0 2-6-0 4-4-0 3-5-0

T5th-N 6th-N T2nd-N 3rd-N

7-2-0

2nd

8-1-0

1st

u Aloha Bowl

1995

10-2-0 u Holiday Bowl Champions

1996

9-3-0 u Cotton Bowl

1997

11-1-0 u Fiesta Bowl Champions

1998

11-2-0 u Big 12 North Champions u Alamo Bowl

1999

11-1-0 u Holiday Bowl Champions

2000

11-3-0 u Big 12 North Champions u Cotton Bowl Champions

2001

6-6-0 u Insight.com Bowl

2002

11-2-0 u Holiday Bowl Champions

2003

11-4-0 u Big 12 North Champions u Big 12 Champions u Fiesta Bowl

2004 2005 2009 2010

4-7-0 5-6-0 6-6-0 7-5-0 u Pinstripe Bowl

2011

10-3-0 u Cotton Bowl

2012

11-1-0 u Fiesta Bowl

TOTAL

170-82-1

97-65-1

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In 1998, Snyder led K-State to its second straight 11-win season and a No. 4 ranking in the final regular season polls. In November, K-State occupied a No. 1 ranking in a national poll for the first time in school history. The Wildcats won the Big 12 Conference North Division and advanced to a bowl game for the sixth year in a row. K-State won its first 11 games of the season and ran its winning streak to a school-record 20 games before falling to Texas A&M in the Big 12 Championship game. Michael Bishop became the first Wildcat to be a finalist for the Heisman Trophy, and a total of six K-Staters earned All-America honors. Snyder earned National Coach of the Year honors from the Walter Camp Foundation, the Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Foundation, the Associated Press, the Paul "Bear" Bryant Award and the Schutt Sports Group. In 1997, Snyder led the Wildcats to their first 11-win season in school history, a No. 7 final ranking and the first 10-win regular season since 1910. It was just the third 10-win season in 102 years of K-State football. Kansas State won a school-record seven conference games, finishing second in the North to undefeated and national champion Nebraska. The Wildcats defeated South Division champion Texas A&M, 36-17. The season ended with a 35-18 win over Big East Conference champion Syracuse in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, with an estimated 50,000 K-State fans attending K-State’s first-ever Alliance Bowl. The 1996 season saw K-State finish with a 9-3 record, while more than 45,000 Wildcat fans painted Dallas purple for the Southwestern Bell Cotton Bowl, K-State’s first-ever New Year’s Day Bowl. Despite a 19-15 loss to No. 5 BYU, the support and respect for the K-State program grew to unprecedented heights.

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In 1995, Snyder guided K-State to a 10-2 record, including a 5-2 Big Eight mark to tie for second place behind national champion Nebraska. Following a 54-21 blitzing of WAC champion Colorado State in the 1995 Holiday Bowl, the Wildcats finished the season ranked sixth in the USA Today/CNN coaches poll and seventh in the Associated Press poll. Both rankings were the highest ever attained by a Kansas State football team to that point. In 1995, the Wildcats finished tied for second in the Big Eight and their 5-2 league mark gave K-State two consecutive 5-2 Big Eight seasons. In the last three years of the Big Eight, the Wildcats defeated or tied every team in the league except Nebraska. Since the inception of the Big 12 in 1996, K-State is 53-27 in league games under Snyder (10 seasons). In 1993, Snyder guided K-State to its first bowl win in school history and, in 1994, the Wildcats cracked the Top 10 for the first time in school history. In 1998, the K-State achieved a No. 1 national ranking in one of the major polls for the first time in the program’s history. Individually, Snyder produced 45 different All-Americans during his 17 years as head coach, including nine consensus first-team All-Americans: in 1992 (P Sean Snyder), 1993 (FS Jaime Mendez), 1995 (CB Chris Canty), 1996 (Canty), 1997 (PK Martin Gramatica), 1998 (PR David Allen), 1999 (LB Mark Simoneau) and 2002 (CB Terence Newman). Newman became the third Wildcat to win a national award when he was voted the 2002 Thorpe Award, given to the top collegiate defensive back. Gramatica was the 1997 Lou Groza Award winner, the first major award winner in Kansas State history. Quarterback Michael Bishop became the first K-State player to be named a finalist for the Heisman Trophy (finishing as runner-up) while winning the Davey O’Brien Award. The foundation for K-State’s turnaround was laid in 1989 during Snyder’s first season in Manhattan. Although the season yielded just a 1-10 record, it became evident to everyone involved in the program that something special was happening. Most important, Snyder instilled a winning attitude and a healthy dose of self-respect and enthusiasm to a program that had been given up for dead. In 1990, K-State was one of just four teams in the country to improve its record by four games with a 5-6 mark, including its first Big Eight Conference wins in four seasons with victories over Oklahoma State and Iowa State. Snyder again beat those two schools in 1991, while adding Kansas and Missouri to the list of his Big Eight victims to finish at 7-4 for KState’s first winning season since the Independence Bowl season of 1982. Heavy graduation losses on the offensive side of the ball resulted in a 5-6 mark in 1992, but the Cats were still able to hang their hats on their first perfect home season since 1934. Of course, it should come as no surprise that Snyder would be this kind of architect for a building program. At Iowa, he played a key role in the renaissance of a Hawkeye program that went from 17 consecutive losing seasons to eight straight bowls. Snyder was the mind behind Iowa’s potent offensive attack. The Hawkeye offense ranked first in passing efficiency and third in passing yardage nationally in Snyder’s last five years of direction. In his final Iowa season, the Peach Bowl team led the Big Ten, and ranked seventh nationally, with 277 passing yards per game. That team was second in the Big Ten with 416 yards of offense per game. Snyder also served as quarterback coach at Iowa and helped develop some of the best quarterbacks in NCAA history, including NFL players Chuck Long (second in Heisman voting), Mark Vlasic and Chuck Hartlieb, who wrapped up his career as the first Hawkeye to throw for 3,000 yards in back-to-back seasons. Snyder began his full-time coaching career in 1964 as an assistant at Indio High School in California. In 1966 he served as a graduate assistant at USC under John McKay before returning to become head coach at Indio High School in 1967. He accepted the same position at Santa Ana Foothill High School in 1969, where he stayed until 1973. In 1974, Snyder became the offensive coordinator on the football staff and head swimming coach at Austin College in Sherman, Texas. He joined the University of North Texas staff in 1976 and helped author an impressive turnaround with a three-year record of 26-7. He left UNT for Iowa in 1979. During his three-year hiatus, Snyder remained involved with the university and is currently a member of the Missouri and Kansas Halls of Fame, the K-State and Austin College Athletics Halls of Fame while also being inducted into the Holiday Bowl Hall of Fame. The long-time mentor also remained active in the community as he currently is the Chairman of the Kansas Mentors Council and the Kansas Leadership Council, a member of the Board of Directors for Kansas Leadership Center, the Board of Trustees for the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame, the KSU Leadership Studies Advancement Council, the Terry C. Johnson Cancer Research Center Advisory Council, the Manhattan Community Foundation Board of Trustees, the KSU Foundation Board of Trustees and is the Honorary Co-Chairman of the Kansas Masonic Partnership for Life. Snyder, 73, received his B.A. from William Jewell in 1963. He earned his M.A. from Eastern New Mexico in 1965. As a player, he was a three-year letterwinner as a defensive back at William Jewell. Snyder and his wife, Sharon, have two sons (Sean and Ross) and three daughters (Shannon, Meredith and Whitney). They also have eight grandchildren, Sydney, Katherine, Tate, Matthew, Alexis, Gavin, Kadin and Tylin, and one great-grandson, D.J.

COACHING STAFF

SEAN SNYDER

DANA DIMEL

TOM HAYES

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR

CO-OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR RUNNING BACKS/TIGHT ENDS

DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR DEFENSIVE BACKS

THE SNYDER FILE

THE DIMEL FILE

THE HAYES FILE

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

Year at K-State: 18th Date of Birth: September 21, 1969 Hometown: Greenville, Texas Spouse: Wanda Children: Katherine, Tate and Matthew Grandchildren: D.J.

Year at K-State: 15th Date of Birth: October 9, 1962 Hometown: Columbus, Ohio Spouse: Julie Children: Josey and Winston

Year at K-State: Second Date of Birth: March 26, 1949 Hometown: Keokuk, Iowa Spouse: Cindy Children: Andy, Lindsay, Sara

EDUCATION

EDUCATION

EDUCATION

Kansas State (1986), B.A. Marketing

Iowa (1971), B.A. Finance/Insurance

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

Hutchinson CC, Offensive Line (1983-84) Kansas State, Offensive Line (1985-86)

Iowa, Defensive Back (1967-71)

COACHING EXPERIENCE

1977-78 ......................................Iowa, assistant coach (DB) 1979 ..............................Cal State Fullerton, defensive coord. 1980-81......................................UCLA, assistant coach (DB) 1982-88 ............................................UCLA, defensive coord. 1989-90 ....................Texas A&M, assistant head coach (DB) 1991-94 ..............................Oklahoma, defensive coord. (DB) 1995-99..............Washington Redskins, assistant coach (DB) 2001 ........Kansas, defensive coord. (DB); interim head coach 2005 ..............................................Stanford, defensive coord. 2006-07 ................New Orleans Saints, assistant coach (DB) 2010 ..........................................Tulane, assistant coach (DB) 2011................................Kansas State, assistant coach (DB) 2012 ..............................Kansas State, defensive coord. (DB)

Kansas State (1994), B.A. Money and Banking

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Iowa, Punter (1988-89) Kansas State, Punter (1991-92)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 1994-96 ..................Kansas State, part-time assistant coach 1996-99 ............Kansas State, director of football operations 1999-2001 ....Kansas State, assistant AD/football operations 2001-08 ........Kansas State, associate AD/football operations 2009-10....Kansas State, sr. associate AD/football operations 2011-12..........Kansas State, assoc. HC/special teams coord.

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1988 Peach Bowl (Iowa) 1995 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 1997 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 1997 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State) 1998 Alamo Bowl (Kansas State) 1999 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 2001 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 2001 Insight.com Bowl (Kansas State) 2002 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 2004 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State) 2006 Texas Bowl (Kansas State) 2010 Pinstripe Bowl (Kansas State) 2012 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 2013 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State)

1987-88..............................Kansas State, graduate assistant 1989-92 ..........................Kansas State, assistant coach (OL) 1993-94..........................Kansas State, run game coord. (OL) 1995-96 ..........................Kansas State, offensive coordinator 1997-99 ..............................................Wyoming, head coach 2000-02 ................................................Houston, head coach 2005 ..................................Kansas State, graduate assistant 2006-07....................................Arizona, assistant coach (TE) 2008 ..........................Arizona, associate head coach (TE/RB) 2009-12................Kansas State, co-offensive coord. (RB/TE)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1993 Copper Bowl (Kansas State) 1994 Aloha Bowl (Kansas State) 1995 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 1997 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 2008 Las Vegas Bowl (Arizona) 2010 Pinstripe Bowl (Kansas State) 2012 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 2013 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State)

COACHING EXPERIENCE

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl 1982 Rose Bowl 1983 Rose Bowl 1984 Fiesta Bowl 1985 Rose Bowl 1986 Freedom Bowl 1987 Aloha Bowl 1988 Cotton Bowl

1989 Hancock Bowl 1990 Holiday Bowl 1991 Gator Bowl 1993 Hancock Bowl 1994 Copper Bowl 2012 Cotton Bowl 2013 Fiesta Bowl

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DEL MILLER

JOE BOB CLEMENTS

MIKE COX

CO-OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR QUARTERBACKS

DEFENSIVE RUN GAME COORD. DEFENSIVE ENDS

ASSISTANT COACH LINEBACKERS

THE MILLER FILE

THE CLEMENTS FILE

THE COX FILE

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

Year at K-State: 11th Date of Birth: November 28, 1975 Hometown: Emporia, Kan. Spouse: Pelusa Children: Orianna, Chance, Emma, Kaden

Year at K-State: First Date of Birth: March 12, 1965 Hometown: Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Spouse: Jill Children: Zac, jake and Addison

EDUCATION

EDUCATION

Kansas State (1999), B.A. Mass Communications K-State (2009), Master’s in Counseling: Student Development

Idaho (1989), B.A. General Studies

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

Idaho, Linebacker (1983-86)

PERSONAL Year at K-State: 16th Date of Birth: November 6, 1950 Hometown: Marengo, Iowa Spouse: Jan Children: Todd, Tad, Troy

EDUCATION Central College (1972), B.A. Physical Education Northern Iowa (1976), M.A. Physical Education

Kansas State, Defensive End (1995-98)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Central College (1969-71)

COACHING EXPERIENCE

COACHING EXPERIENCE 1972-75............................Plainfield High School, head coach 1977-78........................Eagle Grove High School, head coach 1978-88 ..............................................Iowa, assistant coach 1989-90 ..................................Kansas State, assistant coach 1991-94 ..................................Kansas State, offensive coord. 1995-98 ................................SW Missouri State, head coach 1999 ..................................Kansas State, graduate assistant 2000 ..................................Oklahoma State, offensive coord. 2001 ..........................Kansas State, assist. dir. football oper. 2002........................................Kansas State, assistant coach 2003-05 ..................................Kansas State, offensive coord. 2006-08 ..............................San Diego State, offensive coord. 2009-12 ....................Kansas State, co-offensive coord. (QB)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1982 Rose Bowl 1982 Peach Bowl 1983 Gator Bowl 1984 Freedom Bowl 1986 Rose Bowl 1986 Holiday Bowl 1987 Holiday Bowl 1988 Peach Bowl

1993 Copper Bowl 1994 Aloha Bowl 2001 Insight.com Bowl 2002 Holiday Bowl 2004 Fiesta Bowl 2010 Pinstripe Bowl 2012 Cotton Bowl 2013 Fiesta Bowl

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1999-2000............................Kansas State, student assistant 2001-02..............................Kansas State, graduate assistant 2003-05 ..........................Kansas State, assistant coach (DE) 2006-07 ......................San Diego State, assistant coach (DL) 2008 ........................................Kansas, assistant coach (DL) 2009-11 ..........................Kansas State, assistant coach (DE) 2012 ..............Kansas State, defensive run game coord. (DE)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE COACHING EXPERIENCE 1987-94 ................................Idaho, assistant coach (LB/DL) 1995-97 ..............................Utah State, assistant coach (LB) 1998-2002 ............................Louisville, assistant coach (LB) 2003-06........................Michigan State, assistant coach (LB) 2007-08 ............St. Louis Rams, defensive assistant (DB/LB) 2009-11 ............................Washington, assistant coach (LB) 2012 ................................Kansas State, assistant coach (LB)

BOWL EXPERIENCE BOWL EXPERIENCE 1994 Aloha Bowl (Kansas State) 1995 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 1997 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 1997 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State) 1998 Alamo Bowl (Kansas State) 1999 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 2001 Insight.com Bowl (Kansas State) 2001 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 2002 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 2004 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State) 2008 Insight Bowl (Kansas) 2010 Pinstripe Bowl (Kansas State) 2012 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 2013 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State)

1997 Humanitarian Bowl (Utah State) 1998 Motor City Bowl (Louisville) 1999 Humanitarian Bowl (Louisville) 2000 Liberty Bowl (Louisville) 2001 Liberty Bowl (Louisville) 2002 GMAC Bowl (Louisville) 2003 Alamo Bowl (Michigan State) 2010 Holiday Bowl (Washington) 2011 Alamo Bowl (Washington) 2013 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State)

COACHING STAFF

CHARLIE DICKEY

MO LATTIMORE

MICHAEL SMITH

ASSISTANT COACH OFFENSIVE LINE

ASSISTANT COACH INTERIOR DEFENSIVE LINE

ASSISTANT COACH WIDE RECEIVERS

THE DICKEY FILE

THE LATIMORE FILE

THE SMITH FILE

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

Year at K-State: Fourth Date of Birth: December 31, 1962 Hometown: Scottsdale, Ariz. Spouse: Lisa Children: Jazmin, Tasha, Shyanne, Charles Jr., Chanel (deceased)

Year at K-State: 29th Date of Birth: July 29, 1949 Hometown: Byron, Ga. Spouse: D’Anne Children: M.L., Mallory

Year at K-State: 16th Date of Birth: November 21, 1970 Hometown: New Orleans, La. Spouse: Karyn Children: Kylie, Kenzie, Kason, Kamryn

EDUCATION

EDUCATION

Kansas State (1976), B.A. Physical Education

Kansas State (1995), B.S. Social Science

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

Hutchinson JC, Guard (1968-69) Kansas State, Guard (1970-71)

Kansas State, Wide Receiver (1988-91) Kansas City Chiefs (1992)

COACHING EXPERIENCE

COACHING EXPERIENCE

1976-77 ..............Kansas State, graduate assistant (offense) 1978-79 ..........................Kansas State, assistant coach (OL) 1980................................Kansas State, assistant coach (DE) 1981..............................Kansas State, assistant coach (OLB) 1982................................Kansas State, assistant coach (DE) 1983-85..................Kansas State, assistant head coach (DE) 1986-88..........................Texas-El Paso, assistant coach (DL) 1989-93..................................Missouri, assistant coach (DL) 1994-2012 ......................Kansas State, assistant coach (DL)

1993..................................Kansas State, student asst. coach 1995-96..............................Kansas State, graduate assistant 1997-2005 ......................Kansas State, assistant coach (RB) 2006 ............................................Rice, assistant coach (RB) 2007 ........................................Arizona, assistant coach (RB) 2008........................................Arizona, assistant coach (WR) 2009-12 ........................Kansas State, assistant coach (WR)

EDUCATION Arizona (1987), Bachelor’s in Business Administration

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Scottsdale CC, Offensive Line (1981-82) Arizona, Offensive Line (1983-84)

COACHING EXPERIENCE 1988 ............................................Arizona, graduate assistant 1989 ............................Scottsdale C.C., assistant coach (OL) 1990-91 ....................Northern Arizona, assistant coach (OL) 1992-2003 ..........................Arizona, assistant coach (OL/TE) 2004 ..................................Washington, assistant coach (OL) 2005-08........................................Utah, assistant coach (OL) 2009-12 ..........................Kansas State, assistant coach (OL)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1992 John Hancock Bowl (Arizona) 1994 Fiesta Bowl (Arizona) 1994 Freedom Bowl (Arizona) 1997 Insight.com Bowl (Arizona) 1998 Holiday Bowl (Arizona) 2005 Emerald Bowl (Utah) 2006 Armed Forces Bowl (Utah) 2007 Poinsettia Bowl (Utah) 2009 Sugar Bowl (Utah) 2010 Pinstripe Bowl (Kansas State) 2012 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 2013 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1982 Independence Bowl 2010 Pinstripe Bowl 1988 Independence Bowl 2012 Cotton Bowl 1994 Aloha Bowl 2013 Fiesta Bowl 1995 Holiday Bowl 1997 Cotton Bowl 1997 Fiesta Bowl 1998 Alamo Bowl 1999 Holiday Bowl 2001 Cotton Bowl 2001 Insight.com Bowl 2002 Holiday Bowl 2004 Fiesta Bowl 2006 Texas Bowl

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1993 Copper Bowl 1995 Holiday Bowl 1997 Cotton Bowl 1997 Fiesta Bowl 1998 Alamo Bowl 1999 Holiday Bowl 2001 Cotton Bowl 2001 Insight.com Bowl 2002 Holiday Bowl 2004 Fiesta Bowl 2006 New Orleans Bowl 2008 Las Vegas Bowl 2010 Pinstripe Bowl 2012 Cotton Bowl 2013 Fiesta Bowl

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SUPPORT STAFF

TAYLOR BRAET

DARREN HONEYCUTT

Asst. Dir. of Football Rec./ST Quality Control Seventh Season

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Seventh Season

AL CERBE

INGE JORGENSEN

Football Equipment Manager Sixth Season

Coordinator of Football Administration Sixth Season

CHRIS DAWSON

COREY MEREDITH

Director of Strength and Conditioning Third Season

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Third Season

SCOTT EILERT

SCOTTY OHARA

Senior Video Coordinator 21st Season

Offensive GA Second Season

JOSIAH FEUERBACHER

WILL RODECAP

Assistant Video Coordinator Seventh Season

Head Equipment Manager Second Season

JOAN FRIEDERICH

KEVIN SCHADT

Head Coachesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Secretary 42nd Season

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach First Season

KACEY HARPER

BLAKE SEILER

Assistant Director of Football Recruiting Fourth Season

Defensive GA Second Season

RAGEAN HILL

MATT THOMASON

Program Director for Football Academics Seventh Season

Head Athletic Trainer 11th Season

MINDY HOFFMAN

TERESA WILLIAMS

Assistant Athletic Trainer Seventh Season

Assistant Coaches Administrative Assistant 18th Season

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BARNETT

22

TRAVIS

BRITZ

DEFENSIVE BACK 6-1 /// 186 /// FR.-HS

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-4 /// 290 /// FR.-HS

TULSA, OKLA. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON HS

HARRISONVILLE, MO. HARRISONVILLE HS

95

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A young defensive back that saw action mainly on special teams at the beginning of the year but was called upon to start at one of the safety positions during the final two contests. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State, Oklahoma, Iowa State, Oklahoma State: Carded one tackle in each contest; West Virginia: Broke up one pass; Texas Tech: Came away with two stops; Baylor: Made first career start as he notched a career-best 14 tackles, including one for a sixyard loss, while breaking up one pass; Texas: Made four tackles. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2012 12 19-5-24 1.0-6 0.0-0 0 2 0 0 TOTAL 12 19-5-24 1.0-6 0.0-0 0 2 0 0 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 14, at Baylor (11/17/12); Solos: 13, at Baylor (11/17/12); TFL: 1.0, at Baylor (11/17/12).

JOSEPH

BONUGLI

25

DEFENSIVE BACK 6-0 /// 188 /// SO.-SQ

CAREER STATS - DEFENSE UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR Year G 2012 10 6-0-6 2.0-4 0.0-0 0 1 1 0 TOTAL 10 6-0-6 2.0-4 0.0-0 0 1 1 0 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 2, vs. Texas Tech (10/27/12); Solos: 2, vs. Texas Tech (10/27/12); TFL: 1.0, twice.

ARTHUR

BROWN

4

LINEBACKER 6-1 /// 231 /// Sr.-1l

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An athletic and hart-hitting defensive back who saw action in 10 games in 2012, primarily on special teams... Registered four tackles on the year, including a career-best three against Texas Tech.

BOYD

2012 GAME BY GAME Oklahoma, Oklahoma State: Carded one tackle in each contest; Kansas: Made one stop for a one-yard loss; Texas Tech: Registered two stops; Oklahoma State: Made one tackle for a three-yard loss, forced a fumble and batted down a pass.

WICHITA, KAN. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS WARREN HS

JAVONTA

A true freshman that has provided depth in the interior... Has played in 10 games this season.

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DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-2 /// 297 /// SR.-1L

/// Lott IMPACT Trophy Finalist /// Bednarik Award Semifinalist /// First Team All-American (Football Writers Association of America) /// Second Team All-American (Walter Camp, Associated Press) /// Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year (Coaches) /// First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press) /// Nagurski, Butkus, Lombardi and Walter Camp Award Watch Lists

the Nagurski Trophy, Butkus, Lombardi and Walter Camp awards... Named a First Team All-American by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) and a Second Team All-American by the Walter Camp Foundation, Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, CBSSports.com and Scout.com... Earned Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year honors from the league’s coaches, while he was a First Team All-Big 12 performer by the league’s coaches, Associated Press, ESPN.com and San Antonio Express-News... Also earned All-Big 12 honors from CBSSports.com and the Kansas City Star... Was also a First Team Midseason All-American by Phil Steele and ESPN.com... Tied for ninth in the Big 12 in tackles. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Finished with five stops, including one for a loss, and two pass break ups; Miami: Was dominant, leading the team with 10 tackles, two tackles for loss, one sack and one fumble recovery; North Texas: Set a new career high with 13 tackles despite not playing an entire series; Oklahoma: Led team with eight stops; Kansas: Made five tackles, including one for a loss; IS: Came away with six stops; West Virginia: Earned Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week honors after carding eight tackles, including two for a loss, while he became the first player in 2012 to pick off Geno Smith after a then-NCAA record-setting 273 straight attempts without an interception... Was also the first player in 2011 to pick off Robert Griffin III (110 attempts); Texas Tech: Tallied five tackles and his second interception of the year, which he returned 37 yards for his first career touchdown; Oklahoma State: Registered seven stops; TCU: Carded two tackles; Baylor: Tallied 11 tackles, including a career-high-tying nine solo stops; Texas: Came back with another 11 tackles to lead the team. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR Year G 2008* 11 2-2-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2009* 13 8-5-13 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 1 2011 13 57-44-101 9.5-26 2.0-6 1 3 0 0 2012 12 58-33-91 6.0-17 1.0-8 2 6 0 1 TOTAL 49 125-84-209 16.0-44 3.0-14 3 9 0 2 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 13, vs. North Texas (9/15/12); Solos: 9, twice; TFL: 2.0, four times; Sacks: 1.5, vs. Baylor (10/1/11); * at Miami.

A very talented player who stepped up and became not only a team leader but also one of the top linebackers in the Big 12... Was a finalist for the Lott IMPACT Trophy, a semifinalist for the Bednarik Award, while he was a member of the watch lists for

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A force up front who has seen significant playing time in 2012 following a reserve role in 2011... A Midseason All-Big 12 pick by Phil Steele and CBSSports.com. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Carded a pair of tackles, including his first career tackle for loss; Miami: Made on stop for a one-yard loss; North Texas: Came away with a career best four stops, including 1.5 for loss; Oklahoma: Tallied two stops with his first career sack and forced fumble; Kansas: Made three stops, including a nine-yard sack; Iowa State, West Virginia: Carded one tackle in each game; Texas Tech: Tallied two tackles including 0.5 for a loss; TCU: Made one stop; Baylor: Registered four tackles. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2011 5 3-0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2012 12 14-7-21 6.0-24 2.0-18 0 0 1 0 TOTAL 17 17-7-24 6.0-24 2.0-18 0 0 1 0 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 4, vs. North Texas (9/15/12); Solos: 2, three times; TFL: 1.5, vs. North Texas (9/15/12); Sacks: 1.0, twice.

ARTHUR BROWN

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THE WILDCATS MORGAN

BURNS

33

DEFENSIVE BACK 5-11 /// 195 /// FR.-HS WICHITA, KAN. TRINITY ACADEMY 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

A very speedy defensive back who saw action in 11 games... Tied for team-high honors with 10 special teams tackles... Also made one defensive stop to give him 11 total tackles on the year. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State, North Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa State: Registered one tackle in each contest; Miami, West Virginia, Texas Tech: Set and tied his career best with two tackles in each game.

ANTHONY

CANTELE

10

PLACE KICKER 5-10 /// 183 /// SR.-2L WICHITA, KAN. MISSOURI STATE 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

/// Lou Groza Award Semifinalist /// Second Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press) A reliable kicker who is in his second year as the full-time starter... Was a semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award, while he was a Second Team All-Big 12 performer by the leagueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s coaches and Associated Press... Also earned honorable mention All-America honors from Sports Illustrated... Has connected on 36 career field goals, which ranks sixth in school history, while his 18 makes this year is tied for fourth... Has 116 career extra points to rank fourth in K-State history and is currently riding a school-record streak of consecutive extra points made at 90, breaking the previous

school-record mark of 82 by Martin Gramatica (1997-98)... His 62 extra points this season ranks third... Sits fifth in school history with 116 points this season and seventh with 230 in his career... Also ranks second in K-State history with a .783 career field-goal percentage and fourth at .857 this year... Ranks fourth in the Big 12 and second among kickers with 9.7 points per game... Leads the conference in field-goal percentage and is one of five Big 12 kickers to be perfect on every extra-point attempt this year. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Was true on 3-of-3 field goals, while he made all six extra points; Miami: Connected on a 21-yarder and all seven extra points; North Texas: Was true on five extra points; Oklahoma: Made a 23-yarder; Kansas: Tied career-high with eight extra points while seven of 10 kickoffs went for touchbacks; Iowa State: True from 41 and 25 yards; West Virginia: Connected on field goals of 33 and 42 yards and made all seven extra points; Texas Tech: Made two field goals and all seven extra points; Oklahoma State: Made three field goals and five extra points; TCU: Connected on 3-of-4 field goals, including one from 41 yards out, en route to Lou Groza Star of the Week honors; Baylor: Connected on a 23yarder as time expired at the end of the first half; Texas: Was true on all six extra-point attempts. CAREER STATS - KICKING Year FGM-A Pct. 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ 2010 1-2 50.0 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 2011 17-23 73.9 1-1 5-6 7-9 3-6 1-1 2012 18-21 57.7 4-4 7-8 3-4 4-5 0-0 TOTAL 36-46 78.3 5-5 12-15 11-14 7-11 1-1 CAREER-HIGHS - FG: 3, six times; Long: 54, vs. Oklahoma (10/29/11). CAREER STATS - KICKOFFS G No. Yds Avg. TB OB Year 2010 13 72 4533 63.0 15 3 2011 13 76 4727 62.2 14 2 2012 12 92 5654 61.5 34 2 TOTAL 38 240 14914 62.1 63 7 CAREER-HIGHS - KOs: 10, five times; Avg.: 69.3, vs. Texas A&M (11/12/11); TB: 7, vs. Kansas (10/6/12).

ALLEN CHAPMAN

ALLEN

CHAPMAN

3

DEFENSIVE BACK 5-11 /// 176 /// SR.-1L SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

/// Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List A veteran defensive back who saw playing time increase throughout 2011, starting the final two games of his junior campaign before starting every game in 2012... Is tied for fourth in school history with four career interception-return touchdowns, including one this season... Finished the regular season tied for fifth in the Big 12 with four interceptions, while he tied for second in leagueonly games.

ANTHONY CANTELE

2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Finished with five stops; Miami: Carded one tackle; North Texas: Tied his career best with 11 stops, while he carded the first two tackles for loss of his career; Oklahoma: Came away with six stops; Kansas: Carded another six tackles and picked off his second career pass; Iowa State: Made one tackle; West Virginia: Carded two stops; Texas Tech: Notched five solo tackles and two pass break-ups; Oklahoma State: Earned Walter Camp, Nagurski and Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week honors after picking off three passes, including one he returned 29 yards for a touchdown... His three picks were the second-most in school history and the most since Chris Canty had three against Akron in 1995; TCU: Made seven stops; Baylor: Recorded two stops; Texas: Had four tackles and returned another interception 35 yards that set up a score. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR Year G 2011 13 39-11-50 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 5 1 0 2012 12 42-13-55 2.0-3 0.0-0 5 10 0 0 TOTAL 25 81-24-105 2.0-3 0.0-0 6 15 1 0 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 11, twice; Solos: 11, at Texas Tech (10/15/11); TFL: 2.0, vs. North Texas (9/15/12); PD: 5, vs. Oklahoma State (11/3/12); INT: 3, vs. Oklahoma State (11/3/12).

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DAVIS

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RYAN

DOERR

DEFENSIVE END 6-0 /// 247 /// SR.-1L

PUNTER 6-3 /// 189 /// SR.-3L

FOLKSTON, GA. HUTCHINSON CC

KATY, TEXAS SOUTH CAROLINA

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CHILDS

/// Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press)

A speedy and talented end who came on towards the end of 2011 and played at an All-Big 12 level in 2012, earning second-team honors from both the league’s coaches and Associated Press... Has averaged 4.3 tackles, 1.1 tackles for loss and 0.7 sacks over last 15 games after just 1.5 tackles, 0.3 for loss and no sacks in his first 10 games... Ranks fourth in the Big 12 with 7.5 sacks and is tied for fifth in tackles for loss at 12.0... Also tied for the Big 12 lead with four forced fumbles... A Midseason All-Big 12 performer by Phil Steele... Has started all 25 career games.

Talented punter in his fourth season as the starter... Ranks fifth in school history in career yardage (8,153) and attempts (198), while he is eighth in career average (41.18)... Has 14 punts inside the 20-yard line in Big 12 play, which is tied for the league lead.

2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Collected two tackles; Miami: Made four stops including two sacks - while he forced two fumbles; North Texas: Tallied six tackles, including 1.5 for loss, one sack and a forced fumble; Oklahoma: Carded four tackles, including a half tack for loss; Kansas: Tied his career high with six stops; Iowa State: Came back with five tackles and one pass breakup; West Virginia: Carded another five tackles, including 2.5 for loss and 1.5 sacks; Texas Tech: Tallied two tackles, including 0.5 for loss; Oklahoma State: Notched a career high with eight tackles with a half sack; TCU: Was very active, making four tackles, recording one sack, forcing a fumble and batting away a pass; Baylor: Made one tackle; Texas: Notched seven tackles, including a 10-yard sack.

JARELL CHILDS

JARELL

/// Second Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press)

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LINEBACKER 6-2 /// 230 /// SR.-3L KANSAS CITY, MO. OAK PARK HS

CAREER STATS - DEFENSE UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR Year G 2011 13 23-11-34 8.0-32 4.0-23 0 2 1 0 2012 12 38-15-53 12.0-55 7.5-46 0 2 4 0 TOTAL 25 61-26-87 20.0-87 11.5-69 0 4 5 0 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 8, vs. Oklahoma State (11/3/12); Solos: 6, twice; TFL: 3.0, vs. Arkansas (1/6/12); Sacks: 2.0, twice.

2012 GAME BY GAME Miami: Punted once for 52 yards; North Texas: Booted two punts for a 41-yard average; Oklahoma: Earned Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week honors after dropping all five of his punts inside the 20-yard line; Kansas: Hit two punts for a 45-yard average and one inside the 20; Iowa State: Dropped two punts inside the 20, including one at the one that eventually set up a K-State touchdown and one at the three on Iowa State’s last possession; West Virginia: Punted once for 47 yards; Texas Tech: Punted twice for a 32.5-yard average; Oklahoma State: Hit four punts for a 40.8-yard average and two inside the 20; TCU: Punted five times for a 45.8yard average, including two inside the 20 and a season long 54yarder; Baylor: Averaged 47.2 yards on five punts, including a long of 53 and one inside the 20; Texas: Hit four punts for a 38.5-yard average. CAREER STATS - PUNTING G No. Yds Long Avg. In 20 Year 2009 12 38 1565 53 41.2 13 2010 13 57 2355 57 41.3 17 2011 13 67 2733 65 40.8 14 2012 12 36 1500 54 41.7 14 TOTAL 50 198 8153 65 41.2 56 CAREER-HIGHS - Punts: 10, at Texas (11/19/11); Average: 49.0, vs. Missouri (11/14/09); Long: 65, vs. Texas A&M (11/12/11); Inside 20: 5, at Oklahoma (9/22/12).

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/// Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press) An experienced player who can play all three linebacker positions... Has earned eight starts this season... Transitioned from running back following his second year in the program. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State, Miami: Came away with three tackles in each contest; North Texas: Made six stops; Oklahoma: Carded three tackles and recovered a fumble for K-State’s first touchdown of the game; Kansas: Made five stops, including his first career sack; Iowa State: Carded one tackle; Texas Tech: Led team with nine tackles, including one for a loss... Recovered a fumble and returned it 56 yards; Oklahoma State: Made eight stops, including 1.5 for loss and a half sack; TCU: Tied for team-high honors with seven stops, including one sack; Baylor: Made a season-high 10 tackles; UT: Came away with seven solo stops. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2009 12 0-0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2010 13 30-23-53 1.0-2 0.0-0 0 1 1 0 2011 11 5-6-11 1.0-6 0.0-0 0 0 0 1 2012 12 44-20-64 4.5-20 2.5-14 0 2 0 2 TOTAL 48 79-49-128 6.5-28 2.5-14 0 3 1 3 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 15, at Kansas (10/14/10); Solos: 9, at Kansas (10/14/10); TFL: 1.5, vs. Oklahoma State (11/3/12); Sacks: 1.0, twice.

ADAM DAVIS

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EVANS

15

ALAUNA

FINAU

94

B.J.

FINNEY

DEFENSIVE BACK 6-0 /// 190 /// SO.-1L

DEFENSIVE END 6-1 /// 245 /// JR.-TR

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-4 /// 303 /// SO.-1L

MIAMI, FLA. PALMETTO HS

COMPTON, CALIF. CERRITOS COLLEGE

ANDALE, KAN. ANDALE HS

66

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A former walk-on who earned a scholarship prior to the 2012 season... Has seen significant time as the nickelback, starting six games... Ranks third on the team in total tackles. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Made four stops and broke up a pair of passes; Miami: Finished third on the team with five tackles; North Texas: Carded four tackles and broke up a pass; Oklahoma: Notched a career high with six tackles; Kansas: Carded four tackles; Iowa State: Reset his career high with nine stops; West Virginia: Recorded another nine tackles and tipped a Geno Smith pass that led to an Arthur Brown interception; Texas Tech: Notched eight tackles, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery; Oklahoma State: Carded seven stops and broke up two passes; TCU: Had two tackles; Baylor: Carded five stops - including one for a loss - and picked off his first career pass at the Baylor one-yard line; Texas: Registered seven tackles, including a sack, forced a fumble and batted away one pass.

A junior-college transfer that joined the program before fall camp... Has seen action in eight games as a reserve defensive end. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State, Miami, North Texas: Made one stop in each contest; Kansas: Collected a pair of tackles; TCU: Came away with one stop and a half tackle for loss; Baylor: Notched one tackle. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2012 8 4-3-7 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 8 4-3-7 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 2, vs. Kansas (10/6/12); Solos: 2, vs. Kansas (10/6/12); TFL: 0.5, at TCU (11/10/12).

/// Burlsworth Trophy Semifinalist /// First Team All-Big 12 (Associated Press) /// Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches) /// Rimington Award Watch List A former walk-on offensive lineman who has turned into a starter and team leader... Named to the Rimington Trophy watch list, while he was a semifinalist for the Burlsworth Trophy as the nation’s top walk-on for a second-straight season... A First Team All-Big 12 performer by the Associated Press and Phil Steele, while he was a second-team pick by the San Antonio Express-News, and an honorable mention selection by the league’s coaches... Also earned votes from the coaches for the offensive lineman of the year award... A Midseason All-Big 12 pick by Phil Steele... Has started all 25 career games, including the last 24 at center... Voted a team captain.

CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2011 13 39-11-50 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 5 1 0 2012 12 45-25-70 3.0-14 1.0-7 1 7 2 1 TOTAL 24 52-29-81 3.0-14 1.0-7 1 7 2 1 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 9, at Iowa State (10/13/12); Solos: 6, vs. Texas Tech (10/27/12); TFL: 1.0, three times; PD: 2, twice; INT: 1, at Baylor (11/17/12).

THOMAS

FERGUSON

5

DEFENSIVE BACK 6-0 /// 202 /// SR.-3L GRAND PRAIRIE, TEXAS GRAND PRAIRIE SOUTH HS 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

A veteran defensive back that has provided depth in the defensive secondary and played a role on special teams throughout his career. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Recovered a fumble in the end zone to stop a scoring drive; West Virginia: Collected three tackles; Oklahoma State, TCU: Made one tackle in each contest. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2009 11 2-2-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2010 11 2-5-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 2011 12 4-2-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2012 6 3-2-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 1 TOTAL 40 11-11-22 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 1 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 3, at West Virginia (10/20/12); Solos: 2, at West Virginia (10/20/12).

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THE WILDCATS CHRIS

HARPER

3

2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Carded 152 yards on 12 carries, including a 95yard touchdown... It was the second-longest run in school history, the longest in stadium history and the longest in the Big 12 this year; Miami: Recorded his second-straight 100-yard game with 106 yards on 19 carries and one score; North Texas: Carried 12 times for 38 yards and a touchdown; Oklahoma: Rushed for 130 yards - including a long of 26 - and a touchdown on 17 carries... Became first Wildcat with a 100-yard rushing game against Oklahoma since Darren Sproles (2003); Kansas: Rushed for 101 yards on only 10 carries with a career-high four touchdowns... His four scores were tied for the third most in a single game in school history, are tied for the second most in the Big 12 this year and the third most nationally this year... Teamed with Collin Klein (116) for the first two 100-yard game since 2010; Iowa State: Carried 22 times for 79 yards; West Virginia: Rushed 16 times for 52 yards; Texas Tech: Rushed 14 times for 64 yards and two touchdowns; Oklahoma State: Rushed for two more touchdowns and 38 yards on nine carries; TCU: Carried 11 times for 23 yards; Baylor: Recorded 43 yards on 10 carries and caught two passes for 11 yards; Texas: Tallied 66 yards and three touchdowns on 14 rushes.

WIDE RECEIVER 6-1 /// 234 /// SR.-2L WICHITA, KAN. UNIVERSITY OF OREGON 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

/// Second Team All-Big 12 (Coaches) /// Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Associated Press) An athletic wide receiver who has been a big-time playmaker since transferring from Oregon... Has started 31 of his 38 career games at K-State, including a streak of 16 straight... Was a Second Team All-Big 12 performer by the league’s coaches and earned honorable mention honors from the Associated Press... Also earned Third Team All-Big 12 accolades from Phil Steele... Is tied for seventh in school history with 12 receiving touchdowns, while he is ninth in career receptions with 115 and 10th in career yards at 1,663. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Hauled in three passes for 28 yards and a touchdown; Miami: Made one catch for nine yards; North Texas: Caught five passes for 78 yards; Oklahoma: Hauled in two passes for 23 yards; Kansas: Led the team with four receptions for 69 yards; Iowa State: Made another four catches for 51 yards; West Virginia: Carded 96 receiving yards and one touchdown while tying his career high with six catches; Texas Tech: Tallied 99 receiving yards on five receptions; Oklahoma State: Led team with 89 receiving yards on five catches; TCU: Hauled in a 62-yard reception; Baylor: Carded 11 catches - the seventh most in school history - for 123 yards and a touchdown; Texas: Caught three passes for 59 yards. CAREER STATS - RECEIVING G Rec Yds Avg. TD Long Year 2008* 12 9 122 13.6 2 62 2010 13 25 330 13.2 4 38 2011 13 40 547 13.7 5 53 2012 12 50 786 14.5 3 62 TOTAL 50 124 1785 14.4 14 62 CAREER-HIGHS - Catches: 11, at Baylor (11/17/12); Yards: 134, vs. Texas A&M (11/12/11); Long Catch: 62, twice; TD: 1, 14 times. * at Oregon.

MARCUS

HEIT

63

CAREER STATS - RUSHING G Rush Yds Avg. TD Long Year 2010 7 12 28 2.3 0 6 2011 13 200 970 4.8 3 47 2012 12 172 892 5.2 15 95 TOTAL 32 384 1890 4.9 18 95 CAREER-HIGHS - Rushes: 26, vs. Missouri (10/8/11); Yards: 166, at Miami (9/24/11); TD: 4, vs. Kansas (10/6/12); Long Rush: 95, vs. Missouri State (9/1/12).

CHRIS HARPER

JOHN

HUBERT

LONG SNAPPER 6-2 /// 244 /// JR.-1L

RUNNING BACK 5-7 /// 191 /// JR.-2L

DERBY, KAN. DERBY HS

WACO, TEXAS MIDWAY HS

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A Kansas product that is in his fourth year in the program and his second as the full-time long snapper... Has been perfect on all 251 snaps in his career.

WESTON

HIEBERT

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DEFENSIVE BACK 6-0 /// 199 /// SO.-SQ CANTON, KAN. GOESSEL HS 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

A walk-on who has earned a spot on special teams... Was a force on kickoff coverage as he came away with seven tackles... Had two tackles against Missouri State and Texas Tech and one apiece against Miami, Kansas and West Virginia.

/// First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches) /// Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Associated Press) /// Doak Walker Award Watch List A very elusive running back who has been one of the best backs in the Big 12 over the last two years... Earned First Team All-Big 12 honors from the league’s coaches, second-team accolades from Phil Steele and was an honorable mention pick by the Associated Press and ESPN.com... Ranks fourth in the Big 12 in rushing at 74.3 yards per game, while he is third in rushing touchdowns with 15... Became the school’s 25th career 1,000-yard rusher in the season opener, while he currently ranks 11th in school history... Is also tied for eighth with seven career 100-yard rushing games and tied for 10th with his 15 rushing scores this year... Has started 22 of the team’s last 24 games... Was a member of the initial Doak Walker Award watch list and was a Midseason All-Big 12 performer by Phil Steele and ESPN.com.

JOHN HUBERT

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KLEIN

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QUARTERBACK 6-5 /// 226 /// SR.-3L LOVELAND, COLO. LOVELAND HS 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

/// Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Winner /// Heisman Trophy Finalist /// Maxwell Award Finalist /// Davey O’Brien Award Finalist /// Walter Camp Player of the Year Award Finalist /// Manning Award Finalist /// Second Team All-American (Walter Camp, Associated Press) /// Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year (Coaches, Associated Press) /// First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press) /// Second Team Academic All-Big 12 /// AFCA Good Works Team /// Senior CLASS Award Finalist /// ARA Sportsmanship Award Finalist A tough, veteran leader who has been one of the top stories in college football since last season... Was the 2012 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award winner, while he was a finalist for the Heisman Trophy, Maxwell Award, Davey O’Brien Award, Walter Camp Player of th Year Award and Manning Award... Selected as a Second Team All-American by the Walter Camp Foundation, Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, CBSSports.com and Scout.com... Named the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year by the league’s coaches, Associated Press, Sporting News, CBSSports.com, Kansas City Star, and San Antonio-Express News... A First Team All-Big 12 performer by the league’s coaches, Associated Press, ESPN.com, San Antonio Express-News and Phil Steele, while he was an AllBig 12 quarterback by CBSSports.com and the Kansas City Star... Also a standout away from the field as he was a Second Team Academic All-Big 12 performer, a member of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Good Works Team and a finalist for the Senior CLASS Award and ARA Sportsmanship Award... A three-time team captain. Has either improved upon or established top-10 marks in school history in 34 career, season or single-game categories this season, including eight school records... Is the only quarterback from a BCS AQ school in the BCS era to rush for at least 20 touchdowns and pass for at least 10 touchdowns in multiple seasons... Also broke the FBS record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in consecutive seasons, a mark that now stands at 49... Has a nation-leading 17 games with at least one passing and rushing touchdown since the beginning of 2011... Known for his rushing abilities but has greatly improved his passing game in 2012... Enters the bowl season ranked sixth nationally in scoring and 11th in points responsible for... Ranks 16th in the nation and third in school history with a 156.12 pass efficiency mark, while his career total of 141.05 also ranks third in K-State history... Has set the school record and ranks fourth in Big 12 history with 55 rushing touchdowns... His 22 rushing touchdowns this season are tops nationally among quarterbacks and is second in school history to his 27 rushing scores last season... Has 180 completions this season and 353 in his career to tie for seventh and rank fifth in school history, respectively... His current season completion percentage of 66.2 is tops in school history... Has thrown for 29 career touchdowns to tie for sixth in K-State history, while his 15 touchdown throws this year are 10th... Broke the school record for touchdowns responsible for (84), while he ranks third in both season (3,380) and career (7,028) total offense... Holds the school record with 56 career touchdowns, ranks second in career points (336) and third in season points (132).

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THE WILDCATS 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Threw for 169 yards on 19-of-28 with two touchdowns... Also rushed for 54 yards on 13 carries; Miami: Accounted for four touchdowns, rushing 22 times for 71 yards and three scores, while he threw for 210 yards and one touchdown on 9of-11... Had most yards per completion (23.3) since 2005... Teamed with Daniel Sams (2) to have two quarterbacks rush for multiple touchdowns in a single game under head coach Bill Snyder... Earned Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week, Honorable Mention Davey O’Brien Quarterback of the Week accolades and Manning Award Star of the Week honors; North Texas: Completed 15-of-20 passes for 230 yards and two touchdowns, while he ran 11 times for 85 yards and a score; Oklahoma: Earned honorable Mention Davey O’Brien Quarterback of the Week honors after running for 79 yards and a touchdown while throwing for 149 yards on 13-of-21 aim; Kansas: Ran for 116 yards and two touchdowns while throwing for 129 yards and two scores... Teamed with John Hubert (101) for the first two 100-yard game since 2010... Named the CBS Heisman Player of the Week and was an Honorable Mention Davey O’Brien Quarterback of the Week; Iowa State: Tallied his second-straight 100-yard rushing game with 105 yards on 25 carries and three touchdowns... Also passed for 187 yards on 16of-24 en route to Honorable Mention Davey O’Brien Quarterback of the Week honors; West Virginia: Accounted for a school-record seven touchdowns as he set a new career-high with three through the air and was one shy of his career best with four rushing... Threw for a career-best 323 yards on 19-of-21... Carded a 266.82

efficiency rating vs. the Mountaineers, the fifth best mark in the nation this year... Named the Walter Camp Player of the Week, Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week and a Manning Award Star of the Week; Texas Tech: Responsible for four touchdown (two rushing and two passing)... Threw for 233 yards and rushed for a teamleading 83 en route to Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week honors; Oklahoma State: Rushed 17 times for 64 yards and a score while throwing for 245 yards on 16-of-22 aim; TCU: Carded two rushing touchdowns - including one for a season long 34 yards - while throwing for 145 yards on 12-of-21 aim; Baylor: Set career highs in completions (27) and attempts (50) while throwing for 286 yards and two touchdowns... Also rushed 17 times for 39 yards and a touchdown; Texas: Responsible for three touchdowns as he ran for 103 yards and two scores on 23 carries and threw for 184 yards and one touchdown on 8-of-14 passing.

CAREER STATS - RUSHING G Rush Yds Avg. TD Long Year 2009 12 1 -8 -8.0 0 0 2010 10 76 432 5.7 6 51 2011 13 317 1141 3.6 27 63 2012 12 194 890 4.6 22 34 TOTAL 47 588 2455 4.2 55 63 CAREER-HIGHS - Rushes: 35, vs. Texas A&M (11/12/11); Yards: 144, at Oklahoma State (11/5/11); TD: 5, vs. Texas A&M (11/12/11); Long Rush: 63, vs. Baylor (10/1/11).

CAREER STATS - PASSING G Att Comp Int Pct. Yds. TD Long Effic. Year 2009 12 1 1 0 100.0 27 0 27 326.8 2010 10 18 11 0 61.1 138 1 40 143.8 2011 13 281 161 6 57.3 1918 13 68 125.6 2012 12 272 180 7 66.2 2490 15 62 156.1 TOTAL 47 572 353 13 61.7 4573 29 68 141.1 CAREER-HIGHS - Att: 50, at Baylor (11/17/12); Comp: 27, at Baylor (11/17/12); Yards: 323, at West Virginia (10/20/12); TD: 3, at West Virginia (10/20/12); Long Pass: 68, vs. Iowa State (12/3/11).

COLLIN KLEIN

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KLEIN

81

JARED

LOOMIS

WIDE RECEIVER 6-3 /// 210 /// FR.-RS

LINEBACKER 6-0 /// 230 /// SR.-1L

LOVELAND, COLO. LOVELAND HS

MACKSVILLE, KAN. DODGE CITY CC 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

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/// Second Team Academic All-Big 12

/// First Team Academic All-Big 12 /// Honorable Mention Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year

A tough young player that made the switch to wide receiver prior to last year’s Cotton Bowl... Has seen action in eight games as a reserve receiver and special teams player, but has not recorded any statistics.

TYLER

LOCKETT

A standout special teams player that serves as the program’s special teams captain... Saw action in 11 games this year... Earned First Team Academic Al-Big 12 honors while receiving votes for the Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award by the league’s coaches... Has five tackles this year, including three on kickoff coverage... Recorded a season-high two stops at West Virginia and one apiece against Missouri State, Texas Tech and Baylor.

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WIDE RECEIVER 5-11 /// 175 /// SO.-1L

CAREER STATS - DEFENSE UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR Year G 2011 12 5-4-9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 1 0 2012 11 4-1-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 23 9-5-14 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 1 0 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 3, at Texas (11/19/11); Solos: 2, at West Virginia (10/20/12).

TULSA, OKLA. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON HS 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

/// Second Team All-Big 12 [all-purpose] (Associated Press) /// Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press) /// Honorable Mention Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year (Coaches) /// Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches) /// Second Team Academic All-Big 12 A quick and athletic all-purpose player who is a dynamic returner and a threat at wide receiver... Earned Second Team All-Big 12 honors as an all-purpose player by the Associated Press, while he was an honorable mention selection at wide receiver by both the league’s coaches and the Associated Press... Also earned votes from the coaches as the Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year... A member of the initial Walter Camp Player of the Year Award watch list who was named an honorable mention All-American as a kick returner by Sports Illustrated... A First Team AllBig 12 kick returner by ESPN.com and Phil Steele... A Midseason All-American as a kick returner by Phil Steele and All-Big 12 selection by CBSSports.com... Also a Midseason All-Big 12 kick returner by ESPN.com and a Second Team Academic All-Big 12 performer. Currently ranks third in school history with a 33.3-yard kickoff return average, a mark that also ranks second in Big 12 history and nationally this year... Career average of 34.2 yards per return ranks second in both school and Big 12 history, while it is tops nationally among active players... Has four career kickoff return touchdowns to sit in second place in school and Big 12 history and fourth nationally among active players... Career kickoff-return yardage of 1,096 ranks fourth in school history, while he ranks fifth in school history with 106.7 all-purpose yards per game... Has started 10 games at receiver, ranking second on the team with 40 receptions for 652 yards and a team-high tying four touchdowns... Ranks fifth in school history in receptions (40) and yards (652) among sophomores. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Returned two punts for 44 yards, including a 43yarder... Also caught two passes for six yards and rushed once for eight yards; Miami: Hauled in three passes for 57 yards, including a 44-yarder; North Texas: Returned two kickoffs for 119 yards, including a 96-yard touchdown; Oklahoma: Caught four passes for 37 yards and returned a kickoff 22 yards; Kansas: Hauled in a 34-yard touchdown pass and returned two kickoffs for a 25-yard average; IS: Made two catches for 55 yards; West Virginia: Had a career night offensively, setting career marks in receptions (9), yards (194) and touchdowns (2)... His 194 yards were the fifth-most in school history and the most by a sophomore

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CORNELIUS

LUCAS

TYLER LOCKETT

78

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-9 /// 324 /// JR.-2L NEW ORLEANS, LA. EDNA KARR HS 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

/// First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches) /// Second Team All-Big 12 (Associated Press) A big lineman who has started every game of 2012 at left tackle... Played at an All-Big 12 level protecting the blind side of quarterback Collin Klein, earning first-team honors from the league’s coaches and second-team accolades from the Associated Press and Phil Steele. receiver in school history; Texas Tech: Led team with seven receptions for 62 yards... Also rushed once for 11 yards; Oklahoma State: Caught five passes for 75 yards and returned two kickoffs for 127 yard, including a 100-yard touchdown return; TCU: Caught two passes for 28 yards; Baylor: Hauled in two passes for 23 yards; Texas: Caught two passes for 73 yards, including a 55-yard touchdown catch. CAREER STATS - RECEIVING Year G Rec Yds Avg. TD Long 2011 9 18 246 13.7 3 48 2012 12 40 652 16.3 4 55 TOTAL 21 58 898 15.5 7 55 CAREER-HIGHS - Catches: 9, at West Virginia (10/20/12); Yards: 194, at West Virginia (10/20/12); TD: 2, at West Virginia (10/20/12); Long Catch: 55, vs. Texas (12/1/12). CAREER STATS - KICKOFF RETURNS Year G Ret Yds Avg. TD Long 2011 9 16 563 35.2 2 100 2012 12 16 533 33.3 2 100 TOTAL 21 32 1096 34.2 4 100 CAREER-HIGHS - Returns: 6, at Oklahoma State (11/5/11); Yards: 193, at Oklahoma State (11/5/11); TD: 1, four times; Long Return: 100, twice.

CORNELIUS LUCAS

THE WILDCATS VAI

LUTUI

92

88

TORELL

MILLER

DEFENSIVE TACKLE 6-2 /// 299 /// SR.-1L

WIDE RECEIVER 6-2 /// 214 /// JR.-2L

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH MT. SAN ANTONIO CC

NEW ORLEANS, LA. O. PERRY WALKER HS

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/// Second Team All-Big 12 (Coaches)

A talented athlete who redshirted 2010 as he converted to wide receiver and has seen an increased role since the beginning of last year... Has played in every game this year while earning the start at Baylor.

A stout defensive lineman that is a two-year starter... Earned Second team All-Big 12 honors from the league’s coaches... Has started 23 of 25 games in his K-State career. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Carded one tackle; Miami: Made one TFL and recovered a fumble; North Texas: Made three stops and blocked FG; Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa State, West Virginia, Texas Tech: Carded three tackles in each contest; TCU: Registered a five-yard sack; Baylor: Had four tackles, including a pair for loss; Texas: Carded three tackles, including one for a loss. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2011 13 22-12-34 2.5-27 1.0-13 0 4 0 1 2012 12 20-2-22 5.0-11 1.0-5 0 0 0 1 TOTAL 25 42-14-56 7.5-38 2.0-18 0 4 0 2 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 5, vs. Baylor (10/1/11); Solos: 4, at Baylor (11/17/12); TFL: 2.0, at Baylor (11/17/12); Sacks: 1.0, vs. Missouri (10/8/11).

NIGEL

MALONE

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2012 GAME BY GAME Iowa State: Caught one pass for 11 yards; West Virginia: Hauled in one reception for 10 yards; Baylor: Recorded two catches for 19 yards and his first career touchdown.

VAI LUTUI

tackles and returned an interception 29 yards to set up K-State’s first touchdown. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2011 13 46-12-58 0.0-0 0.0-0 7 17 0 1 2012 12 41-6-47 0.0-0 0.0-0 5 13 1 0 TOTAL 25 87-18-105 0.0-0 0.0-0 12 30 1 1 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 9, at Texas (11/19/11); Solos: 9, at Texas (11/19/11); INT: 2, twice; Sacks: 4, vs. Oklahoma (10/29/11).

CARL

MILES, JR.

DEFENSIVE BACK 5-10 /// 180 /// SR.-1L

DEFENSIVE BACK 5-11 /// 181 /// JR.-SQ

MANTECA, CALIF. CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO

MIAMI, FLA. GEORGIA TECH

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/// Jim Thorpe Award Semifinalist /// Second Team All-Big 12 (Associated Press) A former community-college transfer who has been one of the best defensive backs in school history... A two-time semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award, while he was named to the 2012 watch lists for the Bednarik Award, Bronko Nagurski Trophy and Walter Camp Player of the Year Award... Picked up honorable mention All-America accolades from Sports Illustrated... Named a Second Team All-Big 12 performer by the Associated Press, San Antonio Express-News, and Phil Steele... Also earned All-Big 12 honors from CBSSports.com and the Kansas City Star... Tied for third in the Big 12 and 11th nationally with five interceptions, while he is tied for sixth in the conference with 13 passes defended... Four of his five interceptions came in Big 12 play to rank second in the league... Ranks highly in K-State’s career interception record lists as he is second in career interception-return yardage (194) and tied for fourth in career picks (12)... Earned Midseason All-Big 12 honors from Phil Steele. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Registered four tackles and forced a fumble, while he picked off a pass; Miami: Made four stops; North Texas: Came away with six tackles; Kansas: Made three stops and returned his second interception of the year 55 yards; Iowa State: Carded six tackles and broke up a pass; West Virginia: Made five stops and broke up two passes; Texas Tech: Made four tackles; Oklahoma State: Carded two tackles and picked off his third pass of the year; TCU: Made five tackles and broke up two passes; Baylor: Carded two stops and tallied another interception; Texas: Recorded two

An athletic defensive back that walked on to K-State prior to the 2011 season after spending two years at Georgia Tech... Played in 11 games, mainly on special teams, recording tackles against North Texas, West Virginia and Texas Tech.

CAREER STATS - RECEIVING Year G Rec Yds Avg. TD Long 2011 6 4 54 13.5 0 21 2012 12 4 40 10.0 1 11 TOTAL 22 8 94 11.8 1 21 CAREER-HIGHS - Catches: 2, twice; Yards: 22, at Baylor (11/17/12); Long Catch: 21, vs. Iowa State (12/3/11); TD: 1, at Baylor (11/17/12).

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JARARD

MILO

DEFENSIVE BACK 6-2 /// 197 /// SR.-1L OLATHE, KAN. BUTLER CC 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

A speedy and talented defensive back that earned a starting nod prior to the season at one of the safety positions... Ranks second on the team with 76 tackles this year... A former walk-on from the community-college ranks. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Led team with 10 tackles, including seven solo stops; Miami, North Texas, Oklahoma: Registered six tackles in each contest; Kansas: Carded eight tackles; Iowa State: Made two stops; West Virginia: Registered seven tackles and broke up a pass; Texas Tech: Tallied four tackles and broke up a pass; Oklahoma State: Made six stops and broke up another pass; TCU: Tied for teamhigh honors with seven tackles; Baylor: Carded six tackles and broke up a pass; Texas: Came away with eight stops. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2011 12 4-4-8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2012 12 52-24-76 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 4 0 0 TOTAL 24 56-28-84 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 4 0 0 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 10, vs. Missouri State (9/1/12); Solos: 7, vs. Missouri State (9/1/12).

NIGEL MALONE

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THE WILDCATS MIKE

MOORE

52

ANGELO

PEASE

LINEBACKER 6-1 /// 213 /// FR.-HS

RUNNING BACK 5-11 /// 215 /// SR.-1L

DALLAS, TEXAS SKYLINE HS

CAIRO, GA. HUTCHINSON CC

8

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A good athlete who enrolled last semester and has seen action in nine games this year, mainly on special teams... Has three tackles this season, including two against Kansas when he also forced a fumble on a Jayhawk kickoff return.

RYAN

MUELLER

44

DEFENSIVE END 6-1 /// 240 /// SO.-1L LEAWOOD, KAN. ST. THOMAS AQUINAS HS

A powerful and shifty running back who has seen significant action as the backup... Has played in 10 games, including a start in the season opener against Missouri State. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Rushed eight times for 38 yards; Miami: Gained 18 yards on five carries; Kansas: Rushed for 62 yards on seven carries, including a career long of 28; West Virginia: Rushed seven times for 46 yards; Texas Tech: Ran five times for 16 yards and pulled in a seven-yard shovel pass for a touchdown; Oklahoma State: Set career highs in rushes (9) and yards (72); TCU: Ran for 26 yards on six carries; Baylor: Rushed twice for three yards; Texas: Gained eight yards on three carries.

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A Kansas product who walked on prior to 2010... Was used as a pass-rush specialist in every game in 2011, but has seen an increase in playing time along the defensive front in 2012... Tied for fifth in the Big 12 in fumble recoveries. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Broke up one pass; Miami: Made two stops and recovered a fumble; North Texas: Registered his first career full sack for an 11-yard loss; Oklahoma: Set a career high with three tackles; Kansas: Made two stops and recovered a fumble; Texas Tech: Carded two tackles, including a sack, and broke up a pass; TCU, Baylor: Made one tackle in each game; Texas: Broke up a pair of passes. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2011 13 2-1-3 0.5-2 0.5-2 0 1 0 1 2012 12 10-2-12 2.0-12 2.0-12 0 6 0 2 TOTAL 25 12-3-15 2.5-14 2.5-14 0 7 0 3 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 3, at Oklahoma (9/22/12); Solos: 3, at Oklahoma (9/22/12); TFL: 1.0, twice; Sacks: 1.0, twice.

ZACH

NEMECHEK

89

FULLBACK 6-3 /// 249 /// SO.-1L QUINTER, KAN. QUINTER HS 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

/// First Team Academic All-Big 12 A physical player who has seen time on offense in short-yardage situations and on special teams... Has played in 11 games but has not recorded any statistics.

CAREER STATS - RUSHING Year G Rush Yds Avg. TD Long 2011 10 36 144 4.0 2 14 2012 10 53 286 5.4 0 28 TOTAL 20 89 430 4.8 2 28 CAREER-HIGHS - Rushes: 9, vs. Oklahoma State (11/3/12); Yards: 72, vs. Oklahoma State (11/3/12); TD: 1, twice; Long Rush: 28, vs. Kansas (10/6/12).

TAVON

ROOKS

73

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-5 /// 272 /// JR.-TR RANDALLSTOWN, MD. NAVARRO JC 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

/// Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Associated Press) A talented offensive lineman who started 11 games at right tackle en route to honorable mention All-Big 12 honors by the Associated Press... Enrolled in school in January 2012 to participate in spring practice.

DANIEL

SAMS

4

QUARTERBACK 6-2 /// 204 /// FR.-RS SLIDELL, LA. SALMEN HS 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

An athletic quarterback that served as the primary backup to Collin Klein... Saw action in eight games following a redshirt season... Has the most rushing yards by a freshman quarterback in school history, while his 235 yards are fourth among all freshmen in K-State history. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Rushed three times for 61 yards, including a 46yard touchdown; Miami: Rushed three times for 47 yards and two more scores... Teamed with Klein (3) to have two quarterbacks rush for multiple touchdowns in a single game under head coach Bill Snyder; North Texas: Gained 19 yards on four rushes; Kansas: Set career-highs in carries (10) and yards (67); West Virginia: Rushed twice for four yards and went 1-for-2 for 10 yards pass-

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ing; Texas Tech: Carded three carries for 17 yards; Oklahoma State: Saw most extensive action, rushing seven times for 20 yards and going 5-of-6 for 45 yards in the air. CAREER STATS - PASSING G Att Comp Int Pct. Yds. TD Long Effic. Year 2012 8 8 6 0 75.0 55 0 19 132.8 TOTAL 8 8 6 0 75.0 55 0 19 132.8 CAREER-HIGHS - Att: 6, vs. Oklahoma State (11/3/12); Comp: 5, vs. Oklahoma State (11/3/12); Yards: 45, vs. Oklahoma State (11/3/12); Long Pass: 19, vs. Oklahoma State (11/3/12). CAREER STATS - RUSHING G Rush Yds Avg. TD Long Year 2012 8 32 235 7.3 3 46 TOTAL 8 32 235 7.3 3 46 CAREER-HIGHS - Rushes: 10, vs. Kansas (10/6/12); Yards: 67, vs. Kansas (10/6/12); TD: 2, vs. Miami (9/8/12); Long Rush: 46, vs. Missouri State (9/1/12).

CURRY

SEXTON

14

WIDE RECEIVER 5-11 /// 180 /// SO.-1L ABILENE, KAN. ABILENE HS 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

/// First Team Academic All-Big 12 A good athlete who has provided depth at wide receiver after seeing significant time last year... Saw action in 10 games as both a receiver and on special teams... Earned starts in the season opener against Missouri State and at Iowa State... Has also made four special teams tackles. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Made one catch for 20 yards; Miami: Caught his first-career touchdown pass, a 27-yarder; North Texas: Tied his career high with two catches; Iowa State: Made one catch for three yards; Oklahoma State: Hauled in one pass for nine yards; TCU: Caught an eight-yard pass. CAREER STATS - RECEIVING G Rec Yds Avg. TD Long Year 2011 11 4 43 10.8 0 27 2012 10 7 75 10.7 1 27 TOTAL 21 11 118 10.7 1 27 CAREER-HIGHS - Catches: 2, twice; Yards: 33, vs. Texas A&M (11/12/11); TD: 1, vs. Miami (9/8/12); Long Catch: 27, twice.

LOGAN

STEPHENS

83

WIDE RECEIVER 6-0 /// 200 /// JR.-TR GRINNELL, KAN. DODGE CITY CC 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

A community-college walk-on who has shined on special teams... has played in seven games this year - including the final five contests - as he tallied four tackles on kickoff coverage... Made a pair of stops at TCU, while he recorded one tackle against both Texas Tech and Texas.

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TRAVIS TANNAHILL

BOSTON

STIVERSON

77

TRAVIS

TANNAHILL

80

79

KEENAN

TAYLOR

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-4 /// 312 /// FR.-RS

TIGHT END 6-3 /// 253 /// SR.-3L

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-4 /// 290 /// JR.-2L

ANDOVER, KAN. ANDOVER CENTRAL HS

OVERLAND PARK, KAN. OLATHE EAST HS

TULSA, OKLA. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON HS

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A talented offensive lineman who saw action in the final eight regular-season contests... Started the final two games at left guard.

JOHN

SUA

96

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-0 /// 294 /// SR.-1L SANTA MARIA, CALIF. ALLAN HANCOCK COLLEGE 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

A big defensive lineman who has been an effective run-stopper in the middle of the defensive front... Has started every game in 2012 after seeing action in four games last season. 2012 GAME BY GAME Miami: Carded two tackles, including his first-career sack, and forced a fumble; Missouri State, North Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Oklahoma State: Made one stop in each contest; Iowa State: Carded a career best four tackles; TCU: Turned in two tackles; Baylor: Had three tackles. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2011 4 2-2-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2012 12 10-8-18 1.0-6 1.0-6 0 0 1 0 TOTAL 15 12-10-22 1.0-6 1.0-6 0 0 1 0 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 4, at Iowa State (10/13/12); Solos: 3, vs. Iowa State (10/13/12); TFL: 1.0, vs. Miami (9/8/12); Sacks: 1.0, vs. Miami (9/8/12).

/// First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press) A three-year starter at tight end who performed at an All-Big 12 level, earning first-team honors from the league’s coaches, Associated Press, San Antonio Express-News and Phil Steele... Also earned honorable mention All-America honors from Sports Illustrated... Has terrific hands as a pass catcher and been a valuable run blocker... A Midseason All-Big 12 selection by Phil Steele. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Hauled in a 37-yard reception; North Texas: Made one catch for 13 yards; Oklahoma: Recorded two catches for 34 yards, both of which came on K-State’s final touchdown drive; Kansas: Caught two passes for 25 yards, including a one-yard touchdown; Iowa State: Made three catches for 26 yards; West Virginia: Hauled in one pass for 11 yards; Oklahoma State: Totaled 48 yards on a then-career high five receptions; Baylor: Reset his career high in receptions with six for 55 yards; Texas: Caught a 29-yard pass to set up a touchdown. CAREER STATS - RECEIVING Year G Rec Yds Avg. TD Long 2009 12 2 37 18.5 0 21 2010 13 7 103 14.7 1 40 2011 13 10 104 10.4 1 34 2012 12 22 279 12.7 1 37 TOTAL 50 41 523 12.8 3 40 CAREER-HIGHS - Catches: 6, at Baylor (11/17/12); Yards: 64, at Colorado (11/20/10); TD: 1, three times; Long Catch: 40, at Colorado (11/20/10).

An athletic and strong offensive lineman that has started every game of 2012 right guard... Saw increased playing time last year, playing in 12 games with one start.

TRAMAINE

THOMPSON

86

WIDE RECEIVER 5-8 /// 167 /// JR.-2L JENKS, OKLA. JENKS HS 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

/// Honorable Mention All-Big 12 [punt returner] (Coaches) A speedy wide receiver that is a playmaker on offense and special teams... Picked up Honorable Mention All-Big 12 honors from the league’s coaches as a punt returner... Also named an All-Big 12 punt returner by Phil Steele and CBSSports.com... His punt-return average of 23.7 leads the Big 12 by 10.1 yards and would lead the nation by 9.3 yards if he met the minimum amount of total returns... Career punt return average of 14.8 ranks fourth in school history, while his total yardage of 527 ranks eighth... Became school’s 26th career 1,000-yard receiver at TCU... Has been on the receiving end of 14 catches that have been third-down conversions, the best mark on the team.

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THE WILDCATS 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Caught five passes for 52 yards and a touchdown, while returning a punt 89 yards for a score... It was the longest return for a score by a Wildcat since Jordy Nelson went 92 yards vs. Baylor in 2007, while it is the second longest in the Big 12 and tied for the fourth longest nationally this year; Miami: Hauled in three passes for 57 yards; North Texas: Tallied 102 receiving yards and touchdown catches of 38 and 21 yards, both career highs... Became first Wildcat with a 100-yard receiving game since Nov. 12, 2011, while he had the first game with two touchdown receptions since Sept. 11, 2011; Oklahoma: Made three receptions for 49 yards... Each reception was a third-down conversion, including one on the final drive to drain the clock; Kansas: Returned a punt 35 yards to set up a touchdown; Iowa State: Caught one pass for 23 yards; West Virginia: Caught two passes for 19 yards, returned a kickoff 41 yards and two punts for 32 yards; Texas Tech: Pulled in three passes for 34 yards and a touchdown... Returned one kickoff for 25 yards; Oklahoma State: Caught four passes for 65 yards, returned one punt 39 yards and one kickoff 60 yards; TCU: Hauled in a team-high four passes for 35 yards... Returned three punts for 60 yards, including a 33yarder; Baylor: Totaled 208 all-purpose yards - 55 receiving on four catches, 34 on two punt returns and 130 on four kickoff returns; Texas: Caught a pair of passes for 23 yards and returned one punt nine yards. CAREER STATS - RECEIVING Year G Rec Yds Avg. TD Long 2010 7 19 258 13.6 0 73 2011 12 21 338 16.1 1 68 2012 12 36 514 14.3 4 38 TOTAL 31 76 1110 14.6 5 73 CAREER-HIGHS - Catches: 6, at Oklahoma State (11/5/11); Yards: 102, vs. North Texas (9/15/12); TD: 2, vs. North Texas (9/15/12); Long Catch: 73, vs. UCF (9/25/10). CAREER STATS - PUNT RETURNS G Ret Yds Avg. TD Long Year 2010 7 13 96 7.4 0 20 2011 12 10 123 12.3 0 26 2012 12 13 308 23.7 1 89 TOTAL 31 36 527 14.6 1 89 CAREER-HIGHS - Returns: 5, vs. Missouri State (9/11/10); Yards: 89, vs. Missouri State (9/1/12); TD: 1, vs. Missouri State (9/1/12); Long Return: 89, vs. Missouri State (9/1/12).

ZACH

TRUJILLO

85

TIGHT END 6-4 /// 236 /// SO.-1L EDMOND, OKLA. DEER CREEK HS

JONATHAN

TRUMAN

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TRE

WALKER

LINEBACKER 5-11 /// 214 /// SO.-1L

LINEBACKER 6-3 /// 225 /// JR.-2L

KECHI, KAN. KAPAUN MT. CARMEL HS

OLATHE, KAN. OLATHE NORTH HS

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A physical linebacker who excels on special teams but has also seen significant action as a backup linebacker... Has a nose for the football, recovering two fumbles this year and three in his career... Played in every game this season, leading the team with 10 special teams tackles. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Registered four tackles; Miami: Made five stops, including one for a loss; Oklahoma: Carded one tackle; Kansas: Recovered a fumble on a kickoff; West Virginia: Turned in a pair of tackles; Texas Tech: Set a career high with six tackles, including one for a loss; Oklahoma State: Made a pair of stops; TCU: Recovered another fumble; Baylor: Came away with one tackle; Texas: Registered two tackles. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2011 13 13-4-17 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 1 2012 12 19-4-23 2.0-5 0.0-0 0 0 0 2 TOTAL 25 32-8-40 2.0-5 0.0-0 0 0 0 3 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 6, vs. Texas Tech (10/27/12); Solos: 5, vs. Texas Tech (10/27/12); TFL: 1.0, twice.

JUSTIN

TUGGLE

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LINEBACKER 6-3 /// 237 /// SR.-1L ALPHARETTA, GA. BLINN COLLEGE 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

A great athlete who transitioned to linebacker from quarterback prior to last year’s Cotton Bowl... Has made six starts this season and played in every game. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Carded one tackle; Miami: Made four stops, including two tackles for loss and a sack; North Texas: Registered one stop and recovered a fumble; Oklahoma: Carded two tackles, including a sack that forced a fumble that was recovered for a KState touchdown; Kansas: Carded four stops; Iowa State, West Virginia, Texas Tech: Made two tackles in each contest; TCU: Carded one stop; Texas: Registered two tackles, including a six-yard sack.

A very active playmaker and vocal team leader at linebacker... Voted a player rep... Has missed the last four games... A Preseason All-Big 12 selection by Phil Steele. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Registered one tackle; Miami: Carded two tackles; North Texas: Tallied six tackles, including one for a loss; Oklahoma: Came away with one stop; Kansas: Made four stops, including a career high two tackles for loss; Iowa State: Carded one tackle; West Virginia: Made three stops. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2010 13 28-19-47 2.0-2 1.0-1 1 1 0 0 2011 13 30-22-52 3.0-7 0.5-1 0 3 1 0 2012 8 9-10-19 3.0-5 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 34 67-51-118 8.0-14 1.5-2 1 4 1 0 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 12, at Missouri (11/13/10); Solos: 8, twice; TFL: 2.0, vs. Kansas (10/6/12); Sacks: 1.0, at Kansas (10/14/10).

STANTON

WEBER

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WIDE RECEIVER 6-0 /// 179 /// FR.-RS OVERLAND PARK, KAN. BISHOP MIEGE HS 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

A versatile player who has seen time in seven games this year, mainly on special teams... Recorded a tackle on kickoff coverage against Texas.

CODY

WHITEHAIR

55

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-3 /// 300 /// FR.-RS ABILENE, KAN. ABILENE HS 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

/// Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches)

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Young tight end who has moved up the depth chart to see significant action in two-tight end sets on on special teams... Has played in all 12 games this year and in 24 games over his twoyear career... Has two catches this season, a 58-yarder against Miami and a 14-yarder at Iowa State... Has also returned a pair of kickoffs for 22 total yards as an up man.

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CAREER STATS - DEFENSE UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR Year G 2011 4 1-0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2012 12 12-6-18 4.5-22 3.0-21 0 1 1 0 TOTAL 16 13-6-19 4.5-22 3.0-21 0 1 1 0 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 4, twice; Solos: 4, vs. Miami (9/8/12); TFL: 2.0, vs. Miami (9/8/12); Sacks: 1.0, three times.

A strong offensive lineman who was one of the best young linement in the Big 12... Earned Honorable Mention All-Big 12 honors from the league’s coaches, while he was named a Freshman AllAmerican by Phil Steele and to the ESPN.com All-Big 12 team... Played in all 12 games with 11 starts... Started the season opener at right tackle before starting nine-straight at left guard and finishing up the regular season at right tackle... Did not start the Baylor game but saw significant action.

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WILLIAMS

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TY

ZIMMERMAN

DEFENSIVE END 6-3 /// 245 /// SR.-1L

DEFENSIVE BACK 6-1 /// 203 /// JR.-2L

SYLVESTER, GA. HUTCHINSON CC

JUNCTION CITY, KAN. JUNCTION CITY HS

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/// Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year (Coaches) /// First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press) /// Ted Hendricks Award Watch List A strong pass rusher that has been one of the defensive leaders since his arrival last year... Earned Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year honors from the league’s coaches, while he was named a First Team All-Big 12 performer by the coaches, Associated Press, ESPN.com, San Antonio Express-News and Phil Steele... Also an All-Big 12 player by CBSSports.com and was named to the watch list for the Ted Hendricks Award... Enters the bowl season as the Big 12 leader in sacks with 9.5, a mark that also ranks eighth in school history... His career total of 16.5 is also ninth in K-State history... Is also tied for third in the conference with 13.5 tackles for loss... A Midseason All-Big 12 pick by Phil Steele. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Made one stop; Miami: Registered two tackles; North Texas: Came away with four tackles, including two for loss and one sack; Oklahoma: Made one tackle; Kansas: Carded five tackles, including a pair of sacks; Iowa State: Made two stops and batted down a pair of passes; West Virginia: Made five tackles, including a career high 2.5 sacks, the most in the Big 12 this year; Texas Tech: Registered two tackles, a sack and a forced fumble... Also broke up a pass and blocked a field goal attempt; Oklahoma State: Made two stops; TCU: Earned Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week honors after setting career highs in tackles (7) and tackles for loss (3.0) while making two sacks; Baylor: Carded two tackles, including one for a loss; Texas: Made two tackles, both of which went for loss, and a 10-yard sack. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2011 13 19-9-28 10.0-70 7.0-59 0 0 1 1 2012 12 26-10-36 13.5-80 9.5-70 0 4 3 0 TOTAL 25 45-19-64 23.5-150 16.5-129 0 4 4 1 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 7, at TCU (11/10/12); Solos: 6, at TCU (11/10/12); TFL: 3.0, at TCU (11/10/12); Sacks: 2.5, at West Virginia (10/20/12).

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/// Third Team All-American (Associated Press) /// First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press) A talented safety who has been a defensive leader and All-Big 12 performer every year in the program... A Second Team All-American by CBSSports.com and a third-team performer by the Associated Press... Earned First Team All-Big 12 honors by both the league’s coaches and Associated Press in addition to ESPN.com, the San Antonio Express-News and Phil Steele... Saw a streak of 35-straight starts snapped at Baylor... Leads the Big 12 and tied for sixth nationally with five interceptions... Al five of his picks were in Big 12 play, which was also a league best... Became first Wildcat since at least 1989 to have interceptions in four straight games as he did so against Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa State and West Virginia... Has 10 career interceptions to tie for seventh in school history, while his 146 career interception-return yards rank eighth. A Midseason All-Big 12 selection by Phil Steele... Voted a team captain.

TY ZIMMERMAN

BRADEN

WILSON

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FULLBACK 6-4 /// 256 /// SR.-3L SMITH CENTER, KAN. SMITH CENTER HS 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL /// 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

/// Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Associated Press) A bruising fullback who is a hard-nosed player and one of the toughest players in the Big 12... Earned Honorable Mention AllBig 12 accolades from the Associated Press... Lead blocker for running back John Hubert and quarterback Collin Klein, who finished fourth and fifth, respectively, in the Big 12in rushing... Also a threat to run or catch passes out of the backfield. 2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State: Rushed twice for nine yards, including a four-yard touchdown; North Texas: Caught a pass for 23 yards; Oklahoma: Caught a pass for one yard; Iowa State: Rushed once for two yards and caught two passes for seven yards; TCU: Caught a pass for three yards; Texas: Rushed twice for one yard.

2012 GAME BY GAME Missouri State, Miami: Carded two tackles; North Texas: Made four stops, including one for loss; Oklahoma: Was very active, making three stops, including one for a loss, intercepting a pass and recovering a fumble; Kansas: Set a season high with 11 tackles, while he picked off his second pass of the year; Iowa State: Made six stops with another interception - this one at the goal line to halt a potential Iowa State scoring drive; West Virginia: Carded five stops and picked off another pass; Texas Tech: Tallied four tackles including one for loss; Oklahoma State: Registered four tackles and recovered a fumble; TCU: Made four stops and picked off his fifth pass of the year towards the end of the end of the first half. CAREER STATS - DEFENSE Year G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds Sack INT PD FF FR 2010 13 41-33-74 4.0-7 0.0-0 3 6 0 2 2011 13 40-18-58 1.0-10 0.0-0 2 7 0 0 2012 10 34-11-45 3.0-11 0.0-0 5 7 0 2 TOTAL 36 115-62-177 8.0-28 0.0-0 10 20 0 4 CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 12, vs. Oklahoma State (10/30/10); Solos: 7, vs. Oklahoma State (10/30/10); TFL: 2.0, vs. Oklahoma State (10/30/10); PD: 2, four times; INT: 2, vs. Texas (11/6/10).

CAREER STATS - RUSHING G Rush Yds Avg. TD Long Year 2009 12 3 8 2.7 0 5 2010 13 7 8 1.1 1 4 2011 13 5 15 3.0 0 6 2012 12 6 13 2.2 1 5 TOTAL 50 21 44 2.1 2 6 CAREER-HIGHS - Rushes: 2, seven times; Yards: 9, vs. Missouri State (9/1/12); TD: 1, twice; Long Rush: 6, vs. Arkansas (1/6/12).

MESHAK WILLIAMS

CAREER STATS - RECEIVING G Rec Yds Avg. TD Long Year 2009 12 4 33 8.2 0 18 2010 13 7 63 9.0 0 23 2011 13 2 14 7.0 0 11 2012 12 5 34 6.8 0 23 TOTAL 50 18 144 8.0 0 23 CAREER-HIGHS - Catches: 2, three times; Yards: 23, twice; Long Catch: 23, twice. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 35

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36 • NICK BRINEY

49 • WILL DAVIS

Linebacker 6-0 /// 218 /// Sr.-SQ Dodge City, Kan. Coffeyville CC

Linebacker 6-0 /// 214 /// Fr.-HS Southlake, Texas Southlake Carroll HS

45 • MARQUEL BRYANT

71 • ETHAN DOUGLAS

Defensive End 6-3 /// 239 /// Fr.-RS Dallas, Texas Skyline HS

Offensive Lineman 6-6 /// 319 /// Sr.-1L Basehor, Kan. Basehor Linwood HS

84 • DEANTE BURTON

90 • LATON DOWLING

Wide Receiver 6-2 /// 200 /// Fr.-HS Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan HS

Defensive End 6-2 /// 245 /// So.-1L Dodge City, Kan. Dodge City HS

14 • JAKE CANTELE

27 • BRAD DUNCAN

Place Kicker 6-0 /// 193 /// Fr.-RS Wichita, Kan. Kapaun Mt. Carmel

Fullback 6-1 /// 234 /// So.-SQ Westmoreland, Kan. Rock Creek HS

18 • JONATHAN COLEMAN

72 • ADERIUS EPPS

Defensive Back 6-1 /// 205 /// Fr.-RS Mesquite, Texas Poteet HS

Offensive Lineman 6-1 /// 321 /// Fr.-HS Cedar Hill, Texas Cedar Hill HS

46 • DALTON CONVERSE

32 • ROMAN FIELDS

Long Snapper 5-11 /// 221 /// So.-SQ Clay Center, Kan. Clay Center HS

Linebacker 5-10 /// 204 /// Sr.-SQ Kansas City, Kan. Christ Prep Academy

68 • WILLIAM COOPER

29 • KENT GAINOUS

Offensive Lineman 6-4 /// 297 /// Jr.-SQ Hayti, Mo. Hayti HS

Defensive Back 6-1 /// 190 /// Jr.-TR Orlando, Fla. Trinity Valley CC

7 • KIP DAILY

54 • TAYLOR GODINET

Defensive Back 5-11 /// 181 /// Jr.-RS College Station, Texas Blinn College

Defensive End 6-3 /// 237 /// So.-SQ Wamego, Kan. Wamego HS

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42 • WILLIAM GREEN

15 • SAM JOHNSON

Tight End 6-3 /// 262 /// Jr.-RS Woodbridge, Conn. Highland HS

Quarterback 5-11 /// 215 /// So.-SQ Topeka, Kan. Topeka HS

48 • GLENN GRONKOWSKI

2 • STEPHEN JOHNSON

Fullback 6-3 /// 228 /// Fr.-HS Amherst, N.Y. Williamsville North HS

Wide Receiver 5-9 /// 155 /// Jr.-SQ Fresno, Calif. Buchanan HS

48 • ETHAN HAMMES

24 • CHARLES JONES

Punter 5-9 /// 194 /// Jr.-TR Seneca, Kan. Butler CC

Running Back 5-9 /// 191 /// Fr.-HS Mandeville, La. Mandeville HS

26 • CODY HARRISON

36 • BEN KALL

Wide Receiver 5-6 /// 160 /// So.-SQ Topeka, Kan. Topeka HS

Fullback 5-9 /// 228 /// Sr.-1L Rochester, Minn. John Marshall HS

56 • WESLEY HOLLINGSHED

65 • MATT KLEINSORGE

Offensive Lineman 6-1 /// 294 /// Jr.-TR Atlanta, Ga. Trinity Valley CC

Offensive Lineman 6-5 /// 300 /// Fr.-RS Olathe, Kan. Olathe South HS

74 • KASON HOSTRUP

6 • BRANDON KLIMEK

Offensive Lineman 6-4 /// 286 /// Fr.-RS Sachse, Texas Sachse HS

Place Kicker 5-11 /// 184 /// Sr.-SQ Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan HS

19 • JOE HUBENER

38 • MARK KRAUSE

Quarterback 6-4 /// 205 /// Fr.-HS Cheney, Kan. Cheney HS

Punter 5-11 /// 204 /// So.-RS Kearney, Mo. Missouri Southern

87 • ANDRE JACKSON

28 • JARVIS LEVERETT

Wide Receiver 6-5 /// 225 /// Jr.-TR Miami, Fla. West Hills CC

Running Back 5-11 /// 203 /// Fr.-HS Katy, Texas Cypress Lake HS 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 37

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61 • DREW LIDDLE

20 • DEMARCUS ROBINSON

Offensive Lineman 6-3 /// 288 /// So.-SQ Oak Grove, Mo. Grain Valley HS

Running Back 5-6 /// 206 /// So.-SQ Wichita, Kan. Wichita Northwest HS

82 • EVAN LOOMIS

5 • ROBERT ROSE

Wide Receiver 6-2 /// 216 /// Jr.-TR Macksville, Kan. Dodge City CC

Running back 5-4 /// 174 /// Jr.-1L Miami, Fla. Miami Springs HS

64 • TOMASI MARINER

40 • DYLAN SCHELLENBERG

Offensive Lineman 6-3 /// 329 /// So.-1L Topeka, Kan. Washburn Rural HS

Defensive Back 6-0 /// 189 /// Jr.-TR Wichita, Kan. Butler CC

18 • ANDRE MCDONALD

53 • BLAKE SLAUGHTER

Tight End 6-8 /// 283 /// Jr.-2L Choctaw, Okla. Choctaw HS

Linebacker 5-10 /// 227 /// Sr.-3L Missouri City, Texas Elkins HS

22 • ZACH MCFALL

6 • TATE SNYDER

Wide Receiver 6-0 /// 186 /// Sr.-2L Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan HS

Linebacker 5-11 /// 223 /// So.-SQ Manhattan, Kan. Manhattan HS

50 • NICK PUETZ

10 • DONNY STARKS

Offensive Lineman 6-3 /// 304 /// Sr.-1L Salina, Kan. Wyoming

Defensive Back 5-11 /// 180 /// Fr.-HS Crosby, Texas Crosby HS

98 • CHAQUIL REED

13 • STEVEN WEST

Defensive Lineman 6-3 /// 290 /// Jr.-TR Wichita, Kan. Butler CC

Wide Receiver 6-0 /// 196 /// Fr.-HS Keller, Texas Fossil Ridge HS

30 • DORRIAN ROBERTS

8 • DILLON WILSON

Defensive Back 5-10 /// 165 /// Jr.-RS Wichita, Kan. Hutchinson CC

Place Kicker 5-10 /// 187 /// Fr.-RS Midlothian, Texas Midlothian HS

2012 REVIEW

CHAMPIONS OF THE BIG 12 For the second straight season, K-State quieted the preseason prognosticators - and in a big way in 2012. An 11-1 record, which included a 10-0 start and the school’s first-ever No. 1 ranking in the BCS standings. A Big 12 Championship. A Heisman Trophy finalist. A National Coach of the Year. And 20 All-Big 12 performers. All coming after being picked to finish sixth in the Big 12 Conference race. Early on, K-State navigated its way to a 3-0 start which included a big 52-14 win over Miami in Manhattan. Then, the Cats made their biggest statement early in the season. K-State went into Norman and knocked off the No. 4 Sooners, the highest ranked opponent a Wildcat team had ever defeated on the road, to shoot up the national rankings. Wins over KU at home and gutty road wins at nationally-ranked Iowa State and West Virginia propelled the Cats to 7-0 and a No. 3 national ranking. Collin Klein’s 323 yards passing and seven total touchdowns launched the senior into the Heisman Trophy spotlight, which would culminate with a trip to New York City for the Colorado native as K-State’s second-ever Heisman finalist. Home wins over Texas Tech and Oklahoma State then followed before a gutty road win at TCU would propel the Cats to 10-0 and the No.1 spot in the BCS standings. The reality of a perfect season came to a halt the following week in Waco, Texas, as Baylor would hand the Cats their first loss of the season. But, K-State still had plenty to play for, and December 1 would provide Bill Snyder and company the opportunity to clinch the 2012 Big 12 Championship and a Fiesta Bowl berth at home and on Senior Night as K-State hosted Texas. And following a back and forth first half that cool December evening, that’s exactly what these Cats did.

Kansas State’s second-half game plan was relatively simple: Put the ball in the hands of its Heisman Trophy candidate and go win a Big 12 championship. That’s exactly what happened as K-State’s No. 7 led a second-half charge for a 42-24 victory over the Longhorns, and with it, tubs, and tubs, and tubs of chips and salsa at the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl against the Oregon Ducks. The final gun sounded at 10:26 on the night of Dec. 1, and by 10:29 p.m. the 100-yards of turf at Bill Snyder Family Stadium was covered by a sea of purple celebrating only the third conference championship in the history of the program that started in 1896. Instead of the normal senior farewell lap around the stadium, on this title night the entire team took center stage as the Big 12 Conference trophy was presented to coach Bill Snyder near the north end zone. To the sounds of “We Are The Champions” by Queen, on this night K-State stood as King of Big 12 Conference football. It was a mob-moment that Tyler Lockett said, “I’ll remember for a lifetime.” Athletics Director John Currie addressed the crowd by saying, “Coach Bill Snyder said he came back to calm the waters, but tonight he created a purple tidal wave.” After presenting the Big 12 trophy to B.J. Finney, who then handed it off to Arthur Brown, Snyder thanked the players and coaches, plus the K-State fan base as “… family. You’re a big part of this.” He would add, “It’s not just the championship itself, but what it meant to so many different people.” Taking his turn at the microphone, Klein said, “I thank God for bringing this family together. That’s the coaches, the brotherhood of players and the best fans in the country.” Klein then hoisted the crystal trophy above his head to twinkle in the Manhattan December night sky.

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2012 REVIEW 2012 WILDCAT HONOR ROLL BILL SNYDER Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Finalist Maxwell Coach of the Year Finalist Bryant Coach of the Year Finalist Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Finalist Big 12 Coach of the Year (Coaches, Associated Press, Sporting News, Kansas City Star, San Antonio Express-News) SEAN SNYDER Special Teams Coordinator of the Year Finalist (FootballScoop) DEL MILLER Quarterbacks Coach of the Year Finalist (FootballScoop) DANTE BARNETT ESPN.com All-Big 12 Freshman Team ARTHUR BROWN Lott IMPACT Trophy Finalist Bednarik Award Semifinalist First Team All-American (FWAA) Second Team All-American (Walter Camp, Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, CBSSports.com, Scout.com) Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List Dick Butkus Award Watch List Lombardi Award Watch List Walter Camp Award Watch List Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year (Coaches, Kansas City Star) First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press, ESPN.com, San Antonio Express-News, Phil Steele) All-Big 12 (CBSSports.com, Kansas City Star) First Team Midseason All-American (Phil Steele) Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week (West Virginia) Preseason All-Big 12 (media) Second Team Preseason All-American (Phil Steele) First Team Preseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) ANTHONY CANTELE Lou Groza Award Semifinalist Honorable Mention All-American (Sports Illustrated) Second Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press, San Antonio Express-News, Phil Steele) Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (ESPN.com) Third Team Preseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) ALLEN CHAPMAN Bronko Nagruski Trophy Watch List Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week (Oklahoma State) Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week (Oklahoma State) Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week (Oklahoma State) JARELL CHILDS Third Team All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press) ADAM DAVIS Second Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press, San Antonio Express-News, Phil Steele) RYAN DOERR Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press) Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week (Oklahoma) Third Team Preseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele)

B.J. FINNEY Burlsworth Trophy Semifinalist Rimington Award Watch List First Team All-Big 12 (Associated Press, Phil Steele) Second Team All-Big 12 (San Antonio Express-News) Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches) Honorable Mention Big 12 OL of the Year (Coaches) All-Big 12 (CBSSports.com) Fourth Team Preseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) CHRIS HARPER Second Team All-Big 12 (Coaches) Third Team All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Associated Press) WESTON HIEBERT First Team Academic All-Big 12 JOHN HUBERT First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches) Second team All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Associated Press, ESPN.com) Doak Walker Award Watch List Third Team Preseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) COLLIN KLEIN Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Winner Heisman Trophy Finalist Maxwell Award Finalist Walter Camp Player of the Year Finalist Davey Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien Award Finalist Manning Award Finalist Second Team All-American (Walter Camp, Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, CBSSports.com, Scout.com) Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year (Coaches, Associated Press, Sporting News, CBSSports.com, Kansas City Star, San Antonio Express-News) First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press, ESPN.com, San Antonio Express-News, Phil Steele) Honorable Mention All-Big 12 [all-purpose] (Associated Press) All-Big 12 (CBSSports.com, Kansas City Star) Second Team Academic All-Big 12 Maxwell Award Player of the Week (West Virginia) Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week (W. Virginia) Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (Miami) Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (West Virginia) Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (Texas Tech) Third Team Midseason All-American (Phil Steele) AFCA Good Works Team Senior CLASS Award Finalist ARA Sportsmanship Award Finalist Third Team Preseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) KYLE KLEIN Second Team Academic All-Big 12 TYLER LOCKETT Honorable Mention All-American [kick returner] (Sports Illustrated) First Team All-Big 12 [kick returner] (ESPN.com, Phil Steele) Second Team All-Big 12 [all-purpose] (Associated Press)

VAI LUTUI Second Team All-Big 12 (Coaches) Third Team All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) Third Team Preseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) NIGEL MALONE Jim Thrope Award Semifinalist Honorable Mention All-American (Sports Illustrated) Bednarik Award Watch List Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List Walter Camp Award Watch List Second Team All-Big 12 (Associated Press, San Antonio Express-News, Phil Steele) All-Big 12 (CBSSports.com, Kansas City Star) Preseason All-Big 12 (media) First Team Preseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) ZACH NEMECHEK First Team Academic All-Big 12 TAVON ROOKS Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Associated Press) CURRY SEXTON First Team Academic All-Big 12 TRAVIS TANNAHILL Honorable Mention All-American (Sports Illustrated) First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press, San Antonio Express-News, Phil Steele) All-Big 12 (CBSSports.com) Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (ESPN.com) Second Team Preseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) TRAMAINE THOMPSON First Team All-Big 12 [punt returner] (Phil Steele) Honorable Mention All-Big 12 [PR] (Coaches) All-Big 12 Punt Returner (CBSSports.com) Second Team Preaseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) TRE WALKER Third Team Preseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) CODY WHITEHAIR Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches) First Team Freshman All-American (Phil Steele) ESPN.com All-Big 12 Freshman Team MESHAK WILLIAMS Ted Hendricks Award Watch List Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year (Coaches) First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press, ESPN.com, San Antonio Express-News, Phil Steele) All-Big 12 (CBSSports.com) Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week (TCU) Second Team Preaseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele)

Honorable Mention Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year (Coaches)

Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press) Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week (North Texas) Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week (Oklahoma State) Midseason Second Team All-American KR (Phil Steele) Second Team Academic All-Big 12 Walter Camp Award Watch List Preseason All-Big 12 kick returner (media) Third Team Preseason All-American (Phil Steele) First Team Preseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele) JARED LOOMIS First Team Academic All-Big 12 Honorable Mention Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year

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CORNELIUS LUCAS First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches) Second Team All-Big 12 (Associated Press, Phil Steele)

BRADEN WILSON Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Associated Press) TY ZIMMERMAN Second Team All-American (CBSSports.com) Third Team All-American (Associated Press) Honorable Mention All-American (Sports Illustrated) First Team All-Big 12 (Coaches, Associated Press, ESPN.com, San Antonio Express-News, Phil Steele) All-Big 12 (CBSSports.com) Third Team Preseason All-Big 12 (Phil Steele)

2012 REVIEW WILDCAT RECORDS WATCH Numerous players have cracked the school record book heading into the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Listed below are the team and player rankings for their performance in a single game, season and/or career history at K-State. TEAM CATEGORY Wins Conference Wins Yards Per Carry Rushing Yards Rushing Touchdowns Passing Yards Yards Per Game Total Offense Season Offensive Touchdowns Quarter Points Points Points Per Game Fewest Rushing Yards/Game Interceptions Interception Return Yards Interception Return TDs Punt Return Average Kickoff Return Average Game First Downs Game Fewest Penalties Game Fewest Penalty Yards Fewest Fumbles Lost

NO. 11 11 4.89 2,390 41 2,545 411.2 4,935 56 35 488 40.7 119.2 18 270 2 22.0 29.2 30 1 5 3

RANK OPP. t1st t1st 3rd 10th 4th 10th 5th 6th t5th t1st MSU (4th) 5th 3rd 10th t10th 6th t6th 3rd 1st t5th Texas Tech t1st UNT/KU/TCU t1st Kansas/TCU 1st

ARTHUR BROWN CATEGORY NO. Game INT Return Touchdowns 1

RANK OPP. t6th Texas Tech

ANTHONY CANTELE CATEGORY Consecutive Extra Points Made Season Points Senior Points Career Points Game Extra Points Made Season Extra Points Made Career Extra Points Made Game Extra-Point Attempts Season Extra-Point Attempts Career Extra-Point Attempts Game Field Goals Made Season Field Goals Made Career Field Goals Made Season Field Goal Attempts Career Field Goal Attempts Season Field Goal Percentage Career Field Goal Percentage

NO. 90 116 116 230 8 62 116 8 62 118 3 18 36 21 46 .857 .783

RANK OPP. 1st t5th t4th 7th t4th Kansas 3rd 4th t4th Kansas 3rd 4th t8th MSU/OSU/TCU t4th 6th t5th 7th 4th 2nd

ALLEN CHAPMAN CATEGORY Game Interceptions Season INT Return Touchdowns Career INT Return Touchdowns

NO. 3 1 2

RANK OPP. t2nd Oklahoma St. t6th t4th

RYAN DOERR CATEGORY Career Punting Attempts Career Punting Yardage Career Punting Average

NO. 198 8,153 41.18

RANK 5th 5th 8th

CHRIS HARPER CATEGORY Game Receptions Career Receptions Career Receiving Touchdowns Career Receiving Yards

NO. 11 115 12 1,663

RANK t7th 9th t7th 10th

OPP. Baylor

JOHN HUBERT CATEGORY Career 100-Yard Rush Gms Career Rushing Yards Game Rushing Touchdowns Season Rushing Touchdowns Career All-Purpose Yards Game Points Game Touchdowns

NO. 7 1,890 4 15 2,332 24 4

RANK t8th 11th t3rd t10th 21st t4th t3rd

COLLIN KLEIN CATEGORY Career 100-Yard Rushing Gms (QB) Career 100-Yard Rushing Gms Career Rushing Yards Career Rushing Attempts Game Rushing Touchdowns Season Rushing Touchdowns Career Rushing Touchdowns Caerer Rushing TDs (QB) Season Comp. Percentage Game Passing Attempts Career Passing Attempts Season Completions Career Completions Season Passing Efficiency Career Passing Efficiency Season Passing Yards Senior Passing Yards Career Passing Yards Season Passing Touchdowns Career PassingTouchdowns Game Plays Career TDs Responsible For Game TDs Responsible For Season Total Offense Career Total Offense Season Total Offense/Game Career All-Purpose Yards Game Touchdowns Career Touchdowns

NO. 10 10 2,455 588 4 22 55 55 66.2 50 572 180 353 156.12 141.05 2,490 2,490 4,573 15 29 67 84 7 3,380 7,028 281.7 2,493 4 56

RANK OPP. 1st t3rd 5th 3rd t3rd W. Virginia 2nd 1st 1st 1st t10th Baylor 8th t7th 5th 3rd 3rd 8th 5th 7th 10th t6th t1st Baylor 1st 1st W. Virginia 3rd 3rd 2nd 16th t3rd W. Virginia 1st

OPP.

Kansas

Kansas Kansas

Season Touchdowns Game Points Season Points Senior Points Career Points

22 24 132 132 336

2nd t4th 3rd 2nd 2nd

DANIEL SAMS CATEGORY Freshman Rushing Yards

NO. 235

RANK 4th

TYLER LOCKETT CATEGORY Sophomore Receptions Game Receiving Yards Sophomore Receiving Yards Career All-Purpose Yards/Gm Career All-Purpose Yards Season Kickoff Return Yards Career Kickoff Return Yards Season Kickoff Return Average Career Kickoff Return Average Season Kickoff Return TDs Career Kickoff Return TDs Longest Kickoff Return

NO. 40 194 652 106.7 2,241 533 1,096 33.3 34.2 2 4 100

RANK OPP. 5th 5th W. Virginia 5th 5th 24th 9th 4th 3rd 2nd t2nd 2nd t1st Oklahoma St.

NIGEL MALONE CATEGORY Career Interceptions Season INT Return Yards Career INT Yards

NO. 12 102 194

RANK t4th 9th 2nd

OPP.

TRAMAINE THOMPSON CATEGORY Career Receiving Yards Career All-Purpose Yards Career Punt Return Yards Career Punt Return Average

NO. 1,110 2,284 527 14.8

RANK 24th 22nd 8th 4th

OPP.

MESHAK WILLIAMS CATEGORY Season Sacks Career Sacks

NO. 9.5 16.5

RANK 8th 9th

OPP.

TY ZIMMERMAN CATEGORY Career Interceptions Career INT Return Yards

NO. 10 146

RANK t7th 8th

OPP.

W. Virginia

OPP.

OPP.

Tyler Lockett moved into second place in school history in both season and career kick return touchdowns after recording two returns for scores in 2012. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 41

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2012 STATISTICS

OVERALL: 11-1 (HOME: 7-0, ROAD: 4-1, NEUTRAL: 0-0) | BIG 12 CONFERENCE: 8-1 (HOME: 4-0, ROAD: 4-1, NEUTRAL: 0-0)

RESULTS 11-1 [8-1 BIG 12] DATE (AP/C/BCS) OPPONENT Sept. 1 Missouri State Sept. 8 Miami Sept. 15 North Texas Sept. 29 at 6/5 Oklahoma* Oct. 6 Kansas* Oct. 13 at RV/25 Iowa State* Oct. 20 at 17/15/13 West Virginia* Oct. 27 15/17/14 Texas Tech* Nov. 3 RV/24/24 Oklahoma State* Nov. 10 at RV/RV/NR TCU* Nov. 17 at Baylor* Dec. 1 23/21/18 Texas* * Big 12 Conference Game

RESULT W W W W W W W W W W L W

TEAM STATISTICS

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TV K-StateHD.TV FX FSN FOX FX FX FOX FOX ABC FOX ESPN ABC

KANSAS STATE 488 40.7 262 128 117 17 2390 2597 207 489 4.9 199.2 41 2545 186-282-7 9.0 13.7 212.1 15 4935 771 6.4 411.2 30-877 16-352 18-270 29.2 22.0 15.0 10-3 42-346 28.8 40-1654 41.3 38.5 92-5654 61.5 52.1 31:57 73/145 50% 5/7 71% 31-207 62 18-21 0-0 (59-68) 87% (43-68) 63% (62-62) 100% 351943 7/50278

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game SCORE BY QUARTERS Kansas State Opponents

SCORE 51-9 52-13 35-21 24-19 56-16 27-21 55-14 55-24 44-30 23-10 24-52 42-24

1ST 78 51

2ND 129 74

3RD 136 59

ATTEND 50,007 48,843 50,290 85,276 50,344 56,800 60,101 50,766 50,781 47,292 38,029 50,912

OPPONENTS 253 21.1 248 89 146 13 1430 1751 321 385 3.7 119.2 12 3064 284-450-18 6.8 10.8 255.3 16 4494 835 5.4 374.5 55-1263 6-13 7-18 23.0 2.2 2.6 22-13 54-494 41.2 49-1899 38.8 30.8 54-3069 56.8 31.8 28:03 67/165 41% 10/19 53% 13-80 30 14-19 0-1 (34-44) 77% (22-44) 50% (27-28) 96% 287498 5/57500 4TH 145 69

TOTAL 488 253

RUSHING PLAYER Hubert, John Klein, Collin Pease, Angelo Sams, Daniel Lockett, Tyler Robinson, D. Wilson, Braden Rose, Robert Johnson, Sam Kall, Ben Thompson, T. Harper, Chris TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

PASSING PLAYER Klein, Collin Sams, Daniel TEAM Pease, Angelo Total.......... Opponents......

RECEIVING PLAYER Harper, Chris Lockett, Tyler Thompson, T. Tannahill, T. Hubert, John Sexton, Curry Wilson, Braden Miller, Torell Pease, Angelo Trujillo, Zach Total.......... Opponents......

GP 12 12 10 8 12 3 12 3 1 2 12 12 7 12 12

G 12 8 7 10 12 12

GAIN 933 999 304 243 57 26 13 9 6 3 11 -7 0 2597 1751

EFFIC. 156.12 132.75 0.00 0.00 154.35 124.04

G 12 12 12 12 12 10 12 12 10 12 12 12

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYER Klein, Collin Hubert, John Sams, Daniel Pease, Angelo Lockett, Tyler Robinson, D. Wilson, Braden Rose, Robert Johnson, Sam Kall, Ben Harper, Chris TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

ATT. 172 194 53 32 7 6 6 4 2 1 3 0 9 489 385

G 12 12 8 10 12 3 12 3 1 2 12 7 12 12

LOSS 41 109 18 8 2 1 0 0 0 0 11 0 17 207 321

CMP-ATT-INT 180-272-7 6-8-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 186-282-7 284-450-18

NO 50 40 36 22 16 7 5 4 4 2 186 284

PLAYS 466 172 40 54 7 6 6 4 2 1 0 10 771 835

YDS 786 652 514 279 82 75 34 40 11 72 2545 3064

RUSH 890 892 235 286 55 25 13 9 6 3 -7 -17 2390 1430

NET 892 890 286 235 55 25 13 9 6 3 0 -7 -17 2390 1430

AVG. 5.2 4.6 5.4 7.3 7.9 4.2 2.2 2.2 3.0 3.0 0.0 0.0 -1.9 4.9 3.7

PCT. 66.2 75.0 0.0 0.0 66.0 63.1

YARDS 2490 55 0 0 2545 3064

AVG 15.7 16.3 14.3 12.7 5.1 10.7 6.8 10.0 2.8 36.0 13.7 10.8

PASS 2490 0 55 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2545 3064

TD 3 4 4 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 15 16

TD LONG 15 95 22 34 0 28 3 46 0 17 0 9 1 5 0 4 0 5 0 3 0 6 0 0 0 0 41 95 12 80

YPG 74.3 74.2 28.6 29.4 4.6 8.3 1.1 3.0 6.0 1.5 0.0 -0.6 -2.4 199.2 119.2

TD 15 0 0 0 15 16

AVG/G 207.5 6.9 0.0 0.0 212.1 255.3

LG 62 19 0 0 62 70

LONG 62 55 38 37 15 27 23 11 7 58 62 70

TOTAL 3380 892 290 286 55 25 13 9 6 3 -7 -17 4935 4494

AVG/G 65.5 54.3 42.8 23.2 6.8 7.5 2.8 3.3 1.1 6.0 212.1 255.3

AVG/G 281.7 74.3 36.2 28.6 4.6 8.3 1.1 3.0 6.0 1.5 -0.6 -2.4 411.2 374.5

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2012 STATISTICS

OVERALL: 11-1 (HOME: 7-0, ROAD: 4-1, NEUTRAL: 0-0) | BIG 12 CONFERENCE: 8-1 (HOME: 4-0, ROAD: 4-1, NEUTRAL: 0-0)

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE

SCORING PLAYER Klein, Collin Cantele, A. Hubert, John Lockett, Tyler Thompson, T. Harper, Chris Sams, Daniel Wilson, Braden Sexton, Curry Miller, Torell Pease, Angelo Tannahill, T. Brown, Arthur Chapman, Allen Childs, Jarell Total.......... Opponents......

TD 22 0 15 6 5 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 62 30

FGS 0-0 18-21 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 18-21 14-19

PUNT RETURNS PLAYER Thompson, T. Lockett, Tyler Total.......... Opponents......

NO 13 3 16 6

KICKOFF RETURNS PLAYER Lockett, Tyler Thompson, T. Trujillo, Zach Dowling, Laton Harper, Chris Tannahill, T. Total.......... Opponents......

NO 16 8 2 2 1 1 30 55

INTERCEPTIONS PLAYER Zimmerman, Ty Chapman, Allen Malone, Nigel Brown, Arthur Evans, Randall Total.......... Opponents......

NO 5 5 5 2 1 18 7

FUMBLE RETURNS PLAYER Childs, Jarell Evans, Randall Zimmerman, Ty Total.......... Opponents......

NO 2 1 1 4 0

|-------------------PATs------------------| KICK RUSH RCV PASS DXP 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 62-62 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 62-62 0-0 0 0-0 0 27-28 0-0 1 1-2 0

SAF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

YDS 308 44 352 13

LONG 89 43 89 13

YDS 533 284 22 19 6 13 877 1263

AVG 23.7 14.7 22.0 2.2

AVG 33.3 35.5 11.0 9.5 6.0 13.0 29.2 23.0

TD 1 0 1 0

TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

LONG 100 60 12 16 6 13 100 100

PTS 132 116 90 36 30 18 18 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 488 253

PLAYER Lockett, Tyler Thompson, T. Hubert, John Klein, Collin Harper, Chris Pease, Angelo Tannahill, T. Sams, Daniel Malone, Nigel Trujillo, Zach Sexton, Curry Zimmerman, Ty Chapman, Allen Wilson, Braden Miller, Torell Brown, Arthur Robinson, D. Dowling, Laton Rose, Robert Johnson, Sam Kall, Ben TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

PUNTING PLAYER Doerr, Ryan Krause, Mark Total.......... Opponents......

G 12 12 12 12 12 10 12 8 12 12 10 10 12 12 12 12 3 7 3 1 2 7 12 12

RUSH 55 0 892 890 -7 286 0 235 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 25 0 9 6 3 -17 2390 1430

REC 652 514 82 0 786 11 279 0 0 72 75 0 0 34 40 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2545 3064

PR 44 308 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 352 13

NO 36 4 40 49

YDS 1500 154 1654 1899

AVG 41.7 38.5 41.3 38.8

LONG 54 44 54 67

FIELD GOALS PLAYER Cantele, A.

FGM-FGA 18-21

PCT 85.7

01-19 2-2

20-29 9-10

KOR 533 284 0 0 6 0 13 0 0 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 877 1263

TB 5 0 5 2

30-39 3-4

FIELD GOAL SEQUENCE YDS 67 65 102 37 0 270 18

AVG 13.4 12.8 20.4 18.5 0.0 15.0 2.6

TD 0 1 0 1 0 2 0

LONG 30 35 55 37 0 55 18

YDS 57 19 3 79 0

AVG 28.5 19.0 3.0 19.8 0.0

TD 1 0 0 1 0

LONG 56 19 3 56 0

GAME Missouri State Miami North Texas OKLAHOMA Kansas Iowa State West Virginia Texas Tech Oklahoma State TCU Baylor Texas ( ) - Made

KICKOFFS PLAYER Cantele, A. Total.......... Opponents......

KANSAS STATE (23),(19),(25) (21),38 (23) (41),(25) (33),(42) (34),(19) (23),(37),(40),24 (41),(20),48,(27) (23) -

NO 92 92 54

YDS 5654 5654 3069

AVG 61.5 61.5 56.8

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 102 0 0 67 64 0 0 37 0 0 0 0 0 0 270 18

TOT 1284 1106 974 890 785 297 292 235 102 94 75 67 64 47 40 37 25 19 9 6 3 -17 6434 5788

AVG/G 107.0 92.2 81.2 74.2 65.4 29.7 24.3 29.4 8.5 7.8 7.5 6.7 5.3 3.9 3.3 3.1 8.3 2.7 3.0 6.0 1.5 -2.4 536.2 482.3

I20 14 2 16 9

BLKD 0 0 0 0

FC 15 2 17 12

40-49 4-5

50+ 0-0

LG BLK 42 0

OPPONENTS (24),(35),(26) (32),(27) 45 (28),(34) 24 (37),50 (25),(43),(28) 45,(35) (50) (37),40

TB 34 34 19

OB 2 2 2

RETN

NET

YDLN

1263 877

38.5 31.8

26 33

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2012 STATISTICS

OVERALL: 11-1 (HOME: 7-0, ROAD: 4-1, NEUTRAL: 0-0) | BIG 12 CONFERENCE: 8-1 (HOME: 4-0, ROAD: 4-1, NEUTRAL: 0-0)

GAME-BY-GAME PASSING COLLIN KLEIN Missouri State Miami North Texas at Oklahoma Kansas at Iowa State at West Virginia Texas Tech Oklahoma State at TCU at Baylor Texas TOTALS

Att 28 11 20 21 14 24 21 26 22 21 50 14 272

Comp 19 9 15 13 7 16 19 19 16 12 27 8 180

Int 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 7

Pct 67.9 81.8 75.0 61.9 50.0 66.7 90.5 73.1 72.7 57.7 54.0 57.1 66.2

Yards 169 210 230 149 129 187 323 233 245 145 286 184 2490

TD 2 1 2 0 2 0 3 2 0 0 2 1 15

Long 37 58 38 26 37 45 58 46 50 62 36 55 62

Sack 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 3 2 1 13

Yds 7 1 0 0 0 11 9 7 8 20 15 2 80

Effic. 142.13 254.00 194.60 121.50 174.54 132.12 266.82 173.74 166.27 105.62 103.25 176.83 156.12

DANIEL SAMS Missouri State Miami North Texas at Oklahoma Kansas at Iowa State at West Virginia Texas Tech Oklahoma State at TCU at Baylor Texas TOTALS

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GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING (NO-YDS/TDs) PLAYER

NO-YDS/TDs

MSU

Hubert, John 172-892/15 12-152/1 Klein, Collin 194-890/22 13-54/0 Pease, Angelo 53-286/0 8-39/0 Sams, Daniel 32-235/3 3-61/1 Lockett, Tyler 7-55/0 1-8/0 Robinson, Demarcus 6-25/0 0-0/0 Wilson, Braden 6-13/1 2-9/1 Rose, Robert 4-9/0 1-2/0 Johnson, Sam 2-6/0 0-0/0 Thompson, Tramaine 3-0/0 0-0/0

UM

NT

OU

KU

ISU

WVU

TTU

OSU

TCU

BU

UT

19-106/1 22-71/3 5-18/0 3-47/2 2-14/0 3-20/0 0-0/0 3-7/0 2-6/0 1-6/0

12-38/1 11-85/1 0-0/0 4-19/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-1/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

23-130/1 17-79/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-3/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-5/0

10-101/4 10-116/2 7-62/0 10-67/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

22-79/0 25-105/3 1--3/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-2/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

16-52/0 12-41/4 7-46/0 2-4/0 0-0/0 2-3/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

14-64/2 12-83/2 5-16/0 3-17/0 1-11/0 1-2/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

9-38/2 17-64/1 9-72/0 7-20/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

11-23/0 15-50/2 6-26/0 0-0/0 1-17/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

10-43/0 17-39/1 2-3/0 0-0/0 1-2/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1--11/0

14-67/3 23-103/2 3-8/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 2-1/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING (NO-YDS/TDs) PLAYER

Harper, Chris Lockett, Tyler Thompson, Tramaine Tannahill, Travis Hubert, John Sexton, Curry Wilson, Braden Miller, Torrell Pease, Angelo Trujilo, Zach

NO-YDS/TDs

MSU

UM

NT

OU

KU

ISU

WVU

TTU

OSU

TCU

BU

UT

50-786/3 40-652/4 36-514/4 22-279/1 16-82/0 7-75/1 5-34/0 4-40/1 4-11/1 2-72/1

3-28/1 2-6/0 5-52/1 1-37/0 6-24/0 1-20/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-2/0 0-0/0

1-9/0 3-59/0 3-57/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-27/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-58/0

5-78/0 1-6/0 5-102/2 1-13/0 0-0/0 2-8/0 1-23/0 0-0/0

2-23/0 4-37/0 3-49/0 2-34/0 1-5/0 0-0/0 1-1/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

4-69/0 1-34/1 0-0/0 2-26/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

4-51/0 2-55/0 1-23/0 3-26/0 1-3/0 1-3/0 2-7/0 1-11/0 0-0/0 1-14/0

6-96/1 9-194/2 2-19/0 1-11/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-10/0 1-3/0 0-0/0

5-99/0 7-62/0 3-34/1 0-0/0 3-31/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-7/1 0-0/0

5-89/0 5-75/0 4-65/0 5-48/0 1-4/0 1-9/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

1-62/0 2-28/0 4-35/0 0-0/0 2-10/0 1-8/0 1-3/0 0-0/0 1--1/0 0-0/0

11-123/1 2-23/0 4-55/0 6-55/0 2-11/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 2-19/1 0-0/0 0-0/0

3-59/0 2-73/1 2-23/0 1-29/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

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0-0/0

0-0/0

2012 REVIEW

2012 STATISTICS

OVERALL: 11-1 (HOME: 7-0, ROAD: 4-1, NEUTRAL: 0-0) | BIG 12 CONFERENCE: 8-1 (HOME: 4-0, ROAD: 4-1, NEUTRAL: 0-0)

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS PLAYER Brown, Arthur Milo, Jarard Evans, Randall Childs, Jarell Chapman, Allen Davis, Adam Malone, Nigel Zimmerman, Ty Williams, M. Barnett, Dante Truman, J. Lutui, Vai Boyd, Javonta Walker, Tre Tuggle, Justin Sua, John Mueller, Ryan Burns, Morgan Hiebert, Weston Finau, Alauna Britz, Travis Ferguson, T. Loomis, Jared Sexton, Curry Stephens, Logan Bonugli, Joseph Fields, Roman Bryant, Marquel Coleman, J. Moore, C. Cantele, A. Miles, Carl Weber, Stanton Reed, Chaquil Tannahill, T. Hubert, John Daily, Kip Lucas, C. Lockett, Tyler Liddle, Drew Total.......... Opponents......

GP 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 10 12 12 12 12 12 9 12 12 12 11 11 8 10 6 11 10 7 10 5 5 5 9 12 11 7 4 12 12 6 12 12 5 12 12

SOLO 58 52 45 44 42 38 41 34 26 19 19 20 14 9 12 10 10 9 5 4 6 3 4 2 2 1 3 2 2 3 2 3 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 549 531

AST 33 24 25 20 13 15 6 11 10 5 4 2 7 10 6 8 2 2 2 3 . 2 1 2 2 3 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 . . . 1 . . . 224 204

TOTAL 91 76 70 64 55 53 47 45 36 24 23 22 21 19 18 18 12 11 7 7 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 773 735

TFL/YDS 6.0-17 . 3.0-14 4.5-20 2.0-3 12.0-55 . 3.0-11 13.5-80 1.0-6 2.0-5 5.0-11 6.0-24 3.0-5 4.5-22 1.0-6 2.0-12 . . 0.5-1 2.0-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71-296 53.0-187

SACKS 1.0-8 . 1.0-7 2.5-14 . 7.5-46 . . 9.5-70 . . 1.0-5 2.0-18 . 3.0-21 1.0-6 2.0-12 . . 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31-207 13-80

INT-YDS 2-37 . 1-0 . 5-64 . 5-102 5-67 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-270 7-18

PBU 4 4 6 2 5 2 8 2 4 2 . . . . 1 . 6 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 27

QBH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

FR 1-0 . 1-19 2-57 . . . 2-3 . . 2-0 1-0 . . . . 2-0 . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 13-79 3-0

FF . . 2 . . 4 1 . 3 . . . 1 . 1 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . 16 8

BLK . . . . . . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 .

SA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 45

2012 REVIEW

2012 STATISTICS

OVERALL: 11-1 (HOME: 7-0, ROAD: 4-1, NEUTRAL: 0-0) | BIG 12 CONFERENCE: 8-1 (HOME: 4-0, ROAD: 4-1, NEUTRAL: 0-0)

GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES (UT-AT-TT) PLAYER Brown, Arthur Milo, Jarard Evans, Randall Childs, Jarell Chapman, Allen Davis, Adam Malone, Nigel Zimmerman, Ty Williams, Meshak Barnett, Dante Truman, Jonathan Lutui, Vai Boyd, Javonta Walker, Tre Tuggle, Justin Sua, John Mueller, Ryan Burns, Morgan Hiebert, Weston Finau, Alauna Britz, Travis Loomis, Jared Ferguson, Thomas Stephens, Logan Fields, Roman Miles, Carl Moore, Mike Bryant, Marquel

UT-AT-TT 58-33-91 52-24-76 45-25-70 44-20-64 42-13-55 38-15-53 34-11-45 34-11-45 26-10-36 19-5-24 19-4-23 20-2-22 14-7-21 9-10-19 12-6-18 10-8-18 10-2-12 9-2-11 5-2-7 4-3-7 6-0-6 4-1-5 3-2-5 2-2-4 3-1-4 3-0-3 3-0-3 2-1-3

MSU 5-0-5 7-3-10 3-1-4 2-1-3 5-0-5 2-0-2 4-0-4 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-0-1 4-0-4 1-0-1 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1

UM 7-3-10 4-2-6 3-2-5 2-1-3 1-0-1 4-0-4 4-0-4 2-0-2 1-1-2 0-0-0 4-1-5 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-2-2 4-0-4 1-1-2 2-0-2 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

NT 5-8-13 5-1-6 3-1-4 3-3-6 5-6-11 3-3-6 5-1-6 4-0-4 3-1-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-1-3 1-3-4 3-3-6 0-1-1 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0

OU 3-5-8 4-2-6 4-2-6 2-3-5 4-2-6 2-2-4 3-3-6 2-1-3 1-1-2 0-1-1 1-0-1 2-0-2 2-0-2 1-1-2 1-1-2 0-1-1 3-0-3 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

KU 3-2-5 5-3-8 3-1-4 3-2-5 5-1-6 6-0-6 1-2-3 6-5-11 4-1-5 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-1-2 2-1-3 2-2-4 3-1-4 1-1-2 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-1-1 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0

ISU 4-2-6 1-1-2 2-7-9 1-0-1 0-1-1 3-2-5 4-0-4 3-3-6 0-2-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 3-1-4 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

WVU 5-3-8 4-3-7 5-4-9 0-0-0 1-1-2 2-1-3 5-0-5 5-0-5 4-1-5 0-0-0 1-1-2 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-2-3 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-2 2-1-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1

TTU 3-2-5 2-2-4 6-2-8 6-3-9 5-0-5 1-1-2 4-0-4 3-1-4 1-1-2 1-1-2 5-1-6 1-0-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 1-1-2 2-0-2 1-1-2 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1

OSU 5-2-7 3-3-6 6-1-7 5-3-8 4-1-5 6-2-8 2-0-2 3-1-4 1-1-2 1-0-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

TCU 2-0-2 6-1-7 1-1-2 7-0-7 7-0-7 3-1-4 5-0-5 4-0-4 6-1-7 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

BU 9-2-11 5-1-6 4-1-5 6-4-10 2-0-2 1-0-1 2-0-2 0-0-0 2-0-2 13-1-14 1-0-1 4-0-4 3-1-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-1-3 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

UT 7-4-11 6-2-8 5-2-7 7-0-7 3-1-4 5-2-7 2-0-2 0-0-0 2-0-2 3-1-4 2-0-2 3-0-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 3-0-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 2-1-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

UM 0.0-0 2.0-13 1.0-1 2.0-10 0.0-0 1.0-1 2.0-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-6 0.0-0 10.0-39

NT 2.0-8 1.5-2 1.5-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-8 1.0-2 1.0-11 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 10.0-38

OU 0.0-0 0.5-1 1.0-9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.5-11 1.0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 4.0-23

KU 2.0-9 2.0-2 1.0-9 1.0-2 1.0-9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 10.0-35

ISU 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

WVU 2.5-15 2.5-13 0.0-0 2.0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 8.0-35

TTU 1.0-7 0.5-1 0.5-0 0.0-0 1.0-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-1 0.0-0 1.0-1 0.0-0 1.0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 6.0-17

OSU 0.0-0 0.5-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.5-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 3.0-10

TCU 3.0-28 1.5-10 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-2 1.0-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-1 7.0-46

BU 1.0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 5.0-14

UT 2.0-11 1.0-10 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-3 1.0-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 6.0-37

UM 0.0-0 2.0-13 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-4 0.0-0 1.0-8 1.0-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 5.0-31

NT 1.0-5 1.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-11 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 3.0-16

OU 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-9 1.0-11 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-20

KU 2.0-9 0.0-0 1.0-9 1.0-9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 4.0-27

ISU 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

WVU 2.5-15 1.5-10 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 4.0-25

TTU 1.0-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-1 0.0-0 0.0.-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-8

OSU 0.0-0 0.5-3 0.5-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-6

TCU 2.0-24 1.5-10 1.0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-5 0.0-0 0.5-1 6.0-42

BU 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

UT 1.0-10 1.0-10 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-7 0.0-0 4.0-33

GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES FOR LOSS (TFL-YDS) PLAYER Williams, Meshak Davis, Adam Boyd, Javonta Brown, Arthur Childs, Jarell Lutui, Vai Tuggle, Justin Zimmerman, Ty Walker, Tre Mueller, Ryan Evans, Randall Truman, Jonathan Britz, Travis Chapman, Allen Barnett, Dante Sua, John Finau, Alauna Total

TFL-YDS 11.5-69 11.0-45 6.0-24 6.0-17 4.5-20 4.0-8 3.5-16 3.0-11 3.0-5 2.0-12 2.0-7 2.0-5 2.0-4 2.0-3 1.0-6 1.0-6 0.5-1 71.0-296

MSU 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-1 1.0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-2

GAME-BY-GAME SACKS (TFL-YDS) PLAYER Williams, Meshak Davis, Adam Childs, Jarell Boyd, Javonta Tuggle, Justin Mueller, Ryan Brown, Arthur Sua, John Lutui, Vai Evans, Randall Finau, Alauna Total

TFL-YDS 8.5-60 6.5-36 2.5-14 2.0-18 2.0-15 2.0-12 1.0-8 1.0-6 1.0-5 1.0-7 0.5-1 31.0-207

46 2013 TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

MSU 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

2012 REVIEW

2012 STATISTICS

OVERALL: 11-1 (HOME: 7-0, ROAD: 4-1, NEUTRAL: 0-0) | BIG 12 CONFERENCE: 8-1 (HOME: 4-0, ROAD: 4-1, NEUTRAL: 0-0)

GAME-BY-GAME SUMMARIES Final GAME Score Missouri St. 9 K-State 51 Miami 13 K-State 52 North Texas 21 K-State 35 K-State 24 Oklahoma 19 Kansas 16 K-State 56 K-State 27 Iowa State 21 K-State 55 W. Virginia 14 Texas Tech 24 K-State 55 Okla. State 30 K-State 44 K-State 23 TCU 10 K-State 24 Baylor 52 Texas 24 K-State 42

Score By Quarter 1 2 3 4 (OT) 3 3 3 0 3 6 7 35 3 3 0 7 14 10 7 21 7 0 6 8 7 7 7 14 0 10 0 14 3 3 7 6 7 7 2 0 7 14 28 7 3 14 7 3 0 14 0 7 10 21 21 3 0 7 0 7 7 3 7 7 3 10 21 21 7 10 3 10 7 24 7 6 10 3 10 0 0 0 0 10 7 10 7 0 14 14 24 0 0 10 7 7 7 0 14 21

Ru 6 13 2 19 10 6 9 6 13 17 13 2 8 6 7 13 6 10 6 7 7 18 6 7

First Downs Pa Pn Tot 13 0 19 7 1 21 9 2 13 7 1 27 10 1 21 12 3 21 10 0 19 17 1 24 11 0 24 5 0 22 9 3 25 9 1 12 15 1 24 9 3 18 18 1 26 13 4 30 19 1 26 12 3 25 6 0 12 8 0 15 13 1 21 10 1 29 13 2 21 8 0 15

Att 26 40 29 60 40 28 44 27 49 37 52 24 39 27 27 36 24 43 34 33 31 49 30 45

Rushing Yds TD 95 0 324 3 40 0 288 6 145 2 143 2 213 2 87 1 175 1 346 6 177 3 65 1 146 4 88 0 111 1 193 4 87 0 191 3 115 2 96 0 76 1 342 5 99 2 178 5

Passing A-C-I Yds 51-26-1 323 28-29-0 169 28-21-0 222 11-9-1 210 28-25-0 208 20-15-1 230 21-13-0 149 43-28-1 298 32-19-3 213 14-7-0 129 24-16-0 187 36-16-1 166 23-20-0 333 35-23-2 155 50-35-1 331 27-19-0 233 47-27-4 417 28-21-0 290 21-12-1 145 33-18-1 178 51-27-3 286 32-20-2 238 35-26-2 314 14-8-1 184

Total Offense Att Yds 77 418 68 493 57 262 71 498 68 353 48 373 65 362 70 386 81 388 51 475 76 364 60 231 62 479 62 243 77 442 63 426 71 504 71 481 55 260 66 274 82 362 81 580 65 413 59 362

TD 0 2 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 2 0 2 3 1 2 2 2 0 0 1 2 2 2 1

Punting No-Avg 6-47.2 4-38.5 4-40.0 1-52.0 5-34.4 2-41.0 5-37.0 3-37.7 3-31.0 2-45.0 5-39.4 5-38.0 1-47.0 4-39.2 3-26.3 2-32.5 3-40.0 4-40.8 5-45.8 7-36.9 5-47.2 3-48.0 3-43.3 4-38.5

Fumbles No-Lost 2-1 0-0 3-3 2-0 2-0 2-1 0-0 3-2 2-2 1-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-2 1-0 1-1 0-0 1-1 2-1 1-0 1-0 3-1 1-0

Penalty No-Yds 3-30 2-15 4-30 2-12 3-35 1-15 3-24 4-25 2-10 1-5 9-62 8-52 6-55 4-29 6-80 5-45 5-44 2-13 1-5 4-25 7-60 5-65 6-69 3-35

Third Downs 4-17 5-13 5-13 8-11 7-15 5-7 7-14 4-10 8-17 2-5 8-17 4-12 6-9 7-14 6-13 6-11 3-12 5-13 5-13 4-15 8-19 10-15 5-12 8-13

Total ToP 28:14 31:46 22:44 37:16 37:04 22:56 34:47 25:13 36:56 23:04 40:54 19:06 33:22 26:38 29:26 30:34 22:08 37:52 29:44 30:16 30:18 29:42 29:05 30:55

AVERAGE STARTING FIELD POSITION Total Opponents

Total Drives 141 140

Total Yd. Line 5,364 3,610

Average Field Pos. KS 38 Own 26

Started in Opp. 36 6

Total Scores 74 42

TD 56 28

FG 18 14

MFG 3 5

Punts 40 49

Downs 1 9

To 9 29

Clock 12 8

Total Points 469 237

GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STARTERS OPPONENT Missouri State Miami North Texas Oklahoma Kansas Iowa State West Virginia Texas Tech Oklahoma State TCU Baylor Texas

WR Harper Harper Harper Harper Harper Harper Harper Harper Harper Harper Harper Harper

LT Lucas Lucas Lucas Lucas Lucas Lucas Lucas Lucas Lucas Lucas Lucas Lucas

LG Puetz Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Whitehair Stiverson Stiverson

C Finney Finney Finney Finney Finney Finney Finney Finney Finney Finney Finney Finney

RG Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor

RT Whitehair Rooks Rooks Rooks Rooks Rooks Rooks Rooks Rooks Rooks Rooks Whitehair

TE Thompson (wr) Thompson (wr) Tannahill Tannahill Tannaill Sexton (wr) Tannahill Tannahill Tannahill Tannahill Tannahill Tannahill

QB Klein Klein Klein Klein Klein Klein Klein Klein Klein Klein Klein Klein

FB Sexton (wr) Wilson Wilson Thompson (wr) Thompson (wr) Thompson (wr) Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson Miller (wr) Wilson

RB Pease Hubert Hubert Hubert Hubert Hubert Hubert Hubert Hubert Hubert Hubert Hubert

WR Lockett Lockett Lockett Lockett Lockett Lockett Lockett Lockett Lockett Lockett Thompson McFall

DE Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams

LB Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown

LB Tuggle Tuggle Tuggle Childs Tuggle Childs Childs Childs Childs Childs Childs Childs

LB Walker Walker Walker Evans (db) Walker Evans (db) Evans (db) Evans (db) Evans (db) Tuggle Evans (db) Tuggle

CB Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman Chapman

SS Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman Zimmerman Barnett Barnett

FS Milo Milo Milo Milo Milo Milo Milo Milo Milo Milo Milo Milo

CB Malone Malone Malone Malone Malone Malone Malone Malone Malone Malone Malone Malone

GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STARTERS OPPONENT Missouri State Miami North Texas Oklahoma Kansas Iowa State West Virginia Texas Tech Oklahoma State TCU Baylor Texas

DE Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis

DT Lutui Lutui Lutui Lutui Lutui Lutui Lutui Lutui Lutui Lutui Lutui Lutui

DT Sua Sua Sua Sua Sua Sua Sua Sua Sua Sua Sua Sua

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2012 REVIEW SCORING DRIVES - KANSAS STATE No. of OPPONENT Plays Missouri State 11 Missouri State 11 Missouri State 10 Missouri State 7 Missouri State 5 Missouri State 2 Missouri State 2 Missouri State 4 Missouri State -Miami 13 Miami 5 Miami 10 Miami 5 Miami 6 Miami 10 Miami 1 Miami 7 North Texas -North Texas 6 North Texas 8 North Texas 6 North Texas 8 Oklahoma -Oklahoma 13 Oklahoma 7 Oklahoma 8 Kansas 6 Kansas 4 Kansas 3 Kansas 4 Kansas 1 Kansas 3 Kansas 2 Kansas 6 Iowa State 14 Iowa State 12 Iowa State 5 Iowa State 6 Iowa State 14 West Virginia 7 West Virginia 9 West Virginia 9 West Virginia 7 West Virginia 8 West Virginia 2 West Virginia 5 West Virginia 7 West Virginia 7 Texas Tech 4 Texas Tech 8 Texas Tech 8 Texas Tech 7 Texas Tech 2 Texas Tech 5 Texas Tech 11 Texas Tech -Texas Tech 5 Oklahoma State 6 Oklahoma State 11 Oklahoma State 5 Oklahoma State -Oklahoma State -Oklahoma State 8 Oklahoma State 7 Oklahoma State 4 TCU 6 TCU 7 TCU 4 TCU 8 TCU 4 Baylor 6 Baylor 4 Baylor 10 Baylor 1 Texas 1 Texas 7 Texas 11 Texas 1 Texas 8 Texas 2

Total Yards 69 51 58 48 32 98 8 68 -65 58 55 38 71 97 15 67 -72 77 75 65 -88 38 77 74 65 60 19 32 40 45 43 58 75 69 30 67 41 92 64 75 78 24 16 77 17 (3) 59 65 75 20 74 70 -34 75 74 32 --93 18 9 89 17 2 58 8 38 63 63 1 1 75 67 55 39 10

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Drive Time 5:34 6:23 1:47 3:37 1:47 0:51 0:52 3:11 -6:47 2:21 4:51 2:10 2:51 4:56 0:05 3:40 -2:22 3:48 2:22 4:09 -6:59 3:04 4:32 2:47 1:29 1:08 2:02 0:09 1:28 0:39 3:03 6:42 6:40 1:30 2:37 8:10 3:35 5:25 4:10 3:28 3:50 0:51 2:34 3:35 3:35 1:34 3:52 3:24 3:29 0:43 1:49 5:04 -2:08 3:04 5:20 2:20 --3:57 3:22 2:19 2:04 2:15 2:05 4:16 1:27 3:17 1:00 0:51 0:05 0:03 4:01 6:37 0:08 4:42 0:58

Type of Score FG FG FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD FG TD TD TD FG FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD FG FG TD FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD FG TD TD TD TD FG FG TD FG FG TD FG TD TD FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD

Score Qtr/Time 9:26/1st 3:35/2nd 0:18/2nd 7:06/3rd 14:19/4th 11:46/4th 10:03/4th 3:43/4th 1:56/4th 8:13/1st 2:52/1st 10:20/2nd 6:10/2nd 9:16/3rd 11:12/4th 10:51/4th 5:30/4th 3:47/1st 2:24/2nd 3:15/3rd 13:20/4th 6:44/4th 12:20/1st 2:28/1st 13:16/4th 7:27 4:37/1st 11:54/2nd 9:35/2nd 10:56/3rd 7:43/3rd 5:07/3rd 2:21/3rd 12:30/4th 6:58/1st 8:18/2nd 0:49/2nd 1:33/3rd 4:24/4th 11:25/1st 3:33/1st 11:23/2nd 4:27/2nd 0:17/2nd 13:55/3rd 9:00/3rd 2:25/3rd 3:48/4th 0:15/1st 8:45/2nd 1:35/2nd 11:31/3rd 10:32/3rd 4:29/3rd 12:48/4th 11:47/4th 7:37/4th 5:58/1st 14:13/2nd 10:51/2nd 7:35/2nd 2:35/2nd 9:47/3rd 14:50/4th 10:47/4th 8:14/1st 2:59/1st 0:28/2nd 8:21/3rd 4:24/3rd 9:47/1st 1:47/2nd 0:00/2nd 12:25/3rd 11:33/1st 10:59/3rd 0:47/3rd 14:06/4th 3:11/4th 1:53/4th

Drive Start KS 25 KS 47 KS 34 MS 48 MS 32 KS 2 MS 8 KS 32 -KS 35 KS 42 KS 41 UM 38 KS 29 KS 3 UM 15 KS 33 -NT 28 NT 23 NT 25 NT 49 -KS 6 OU 38 KS 23 KS 26 KS 35 KS 40 KU 19 KU 32 KU 40 KU 45 KU 43 KS 24 KS 25 KS 31 IS 30 KS 25 KS 43 KS 08 KS 36 KS 25 KS 22 WV 24 WV 16 KS 23 WV 42 TT 14 KS 41 KS 33 KS 25 TT 20 KS 26 KS 30 -TT 35 KS 25 KS 20 OS 32 --KS 7 OS 38 OS 33 KS 11 TCU 41 TCU 05 KS 42 TCU 18 BU 38 KS 37 KS 31 BU 1 UT 1 KS 25 KS 33 KS 45 UT 39 UT 10

Scoring Play Cantele 23 yd field goal Cantele 19 yd field goal Cantele 25 yd field goal Thompson 18 yd pass from Klein Wilson 4 yd run Hubert 95 yd run Harper 1 yd pass from Klein Sams 46 yd run Thompson 89 yd punt return Klein 1 yd run Klein 6 yd run Cantele 21 yd field goal Sexton 27 yd pass from Klein Klein 1 yd run Hubert 4 yd run Sams 15 yd run Sams 11 yd run Lockett 96 yd kick return Thompson 38 yd pass from Klein Thompson 21 yd pass from Klein Hubert 6 yd run Klein 1 yd run Childs 1 yd fumble return Cantele 23 yd field goal Klein 5 yd run Hubert 9 yd run Hubert 20 yd run Lockett 34 yd pass from Klein Klein 1 yd run Tannahill 2 yd pass from Klein Hubert 32 yd run Hubert 1 yd run Klein 28 yd run Hubert 10 yd run Cantele 41 yd field goal Klein 2 yd run Klein 6 yd run Klein 12 yd run Cantele 25 yd field goal Cantele 33 yd field goal Lockett 10 yd pass from Klein Klein 1 yd run Klein 8 yd run Klein 1 yd run Harper 21 yd pass from Klein Klein 1 yd run Lockett 20 yd pass from Klein Cantele 42 yd field goal Cantele 34 yd field goal Hubert 4 yd run Cantele 19 yd field goal Thompson 21 yd pass from Klein Klein 16 yd run Klein 22 yd run Hubert 15 yd run Brown 37 yd interception return Pease 7 yd pass from Klein Hubert 1 yd run Cantele 23 yd field goal Hubert 5 yd run Lockett 100 yd kickoff return Chapman 29 yd interception ret Klein 1 yd run Cantele 37 yd field goal Cantele 40 yd field goal Klein 7 yd run Cantele 41 yd field goal Cantele 20 yd field goal Klein 34 yd run Cantele 27 yd field goal Miller 8 yd pass from Klein Harper 7 yd pass from Klein Cantele 23 yd field goal Klein 1 yd run Klein 1 yd run Hubert 2 yd run Hubert 2 yd run Lockett 55 yd pass from Klein Hubert 1 yd run Klein 9 yd run

SCORING DRIVES - OPPONENTS No. of OPPONENT Plays Missouri State 6 Missouri State 5 Missouri State 11 Miami 7 Miami 7 Miami 4 North Texas 11 North Texas 14 North Texas 8 Oklahoma 15 Oklahoma 9 Oklahoma 11 Oklahoma 10 Kansas 12 Kansas 15 Iowa State 12 Iowa State 5 Iowa State 13 West Virginia -West Virginia 9 Texas Tech 9 Texas Tech 9 Texas Tech 11 Texas Tech 12 Oklahoma State 6 Oklahoma State 7 Oklahoma State -Oklahoma State 7 Oklahoma State 6 Oklahoma State 8 TCU 13 TCU 3 Baylor 6 Baylor 11 Baylor 8 Baylor 9 Baylor 4 Baylor 13 Baylor 4 Baylor 1 Texas 5 Texas 7 Texas 7 Texas 4

Total Yards 53 57 66 60 50 17 55 88 63 80 58 88 65 83 73 57 42 75 -54 75 58 75 80 80 51 -54 80 54 59 39 82 75 55 64 38 45 54 80 60 72 90 22

Drive Time 2:24 1:30 4:17 2:41 1:42 1:39 6:05 7:57 4:13 5:35 1:53 3:46 4:09 5:52 6:14 3:52 2:10 3:59 -2:56 3:14 2:38 4:14 5:04 2:15 3:04 -2:40 1:44 1:55 6:18 0:24 1:56 3:05 3:23 2:47 0:49 4:21 1:19 0:12 2:08 3:14 3:35 0:55

Type of Score FG FG FG FG FG TD TD TD TD FG FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD FG TD TD TD FG TD FG TD FG TD FG TD TD TD TD TD FG TD TD FG TD TD TD

Score Qtr/Time 0:15/1st 2:05/2nd 10:43/3rd 0:11/1st 0:00/2nd 3:51/4th 4:00/1st 7:03/3rd 2:31/4th 6:16/1st 0:35/2nd 5:00/3rd 4:09/4th 7:24/1st 13:23/2nd 14:58/2nd 2:26/2nd 12:34/4th 4:13/2nd 7:31/4th 11:46/1st 12:37/2nd 6:18/3rd 2:33/4th 9:02/1st 7:47/2nd 7:24/2nd 7:07/3rd 13:06/4th 8:52/4th 6:59/4th 0:47/4th 13:04/1st 6:29/1st 6:42/2nd 2:54/2nd 13:19/3rd 7:58/3rd 4:32/3rd 0:58/3rd 12:00/2nd 7:19/2nd 7:24/3rd 0:58/4th

Drive Start MS 40 MS 25 MS 25 U 25 U 25 KS 17 KS 45 KS 12 KS 37 OU 9 OU 25 OU 12 OU 35 KU 17 KU 27 IS 43 KS 42 IS 25 -WV 46 TT 25 TT 22 TT 25 TT 20 OS 20 OS 41 -OS 21 OS 20 OS 35 TCU 23 KS 39 BU 18 BU 25 BU 45 BU 36 KS 38 BU 22 BU 46 BU 20 UT 20 UT 28 UT 10 KS 22

Scoring Play Witmer 24 yd field goal Witmer 35 yd field goal Witmer 26 yd field goal Wieclaw 32 yd field goal Wieclaw 27 yd field goal Walford 2 yd pass from Williams Chancellor 6 yd run Jimmerson 1 yd run Chancellor 19 yd pass from Thompson

Hunnicutt 28 yd field goal Hunnicutt 34 yd field goal Bell 3 yd run Shepard 10 yd pass from Jones Pierson 19 yd pass from Crist Sims 1 yd run Johnson 2 yd pass from Barnett Brun 30 yd pass from Barnett Woody 2 yd run Austin 100 yd kickoff return Austin 5 yd pass from Smith Ward 32 yd pass from Doege Bustin 37 yd field goal Foster 8 yd run Ward 4 yd pass from Doege Hays 54 yd pass from Lunt Sharp 25 yd field goal Roland 80 yd kickoff return Sharp 43 yd field goal Moore 13 yd pass from Chelf Sharp 28 yd field goal Oberkrom 35 yd field goal Carter 19 yd pass from Boykin Reese 38 yd pass from Florence Florence 12 yd run Williams 22 yd pass from Florence Martin 2 yd run Martin 4 yd run Jones 50 yd field goal Martin 15 yd run Seastrunk 80 yd run Jordan 37 yd field goal Shipley 14 yd pass from McCoy Brown 2 yd run Brown 9 yd pass from McCoy

2012 REVIEW DRIVES SUPERLATIVES KANSAS STATE 21/Downs at Baylor 98/TD vs. Missouri State 8:10/FG at Iowa State

Most Plays/Result Most Yards/Result Most Time/Result

DRIVE CHART (NO. OF DRIVES/TD/FG) Drive Start Result Missouri State Miami North Texas at Oklahoma Kansas at Iowa State at West Virginia Texas Tech Oklahoma State at TCU at Baylor Texas

1-9 NO/TD/FG 1/1/0 1/1/0 1/0/0 1/0/1 1/0/0 1/0/0 1/1/0 0/0/0 1/1/0 1/0/0 1/0/0 1/0/0

10-19 NO/TD/FG 1/0/0 0/0/0 0/0/0 0/0/0 1/0/0 1/0/1 1/0/0 1/0/0 0/0/0 1/1/0 0/0/0 1/0/0

3-AND-OUT 20-29 NO/TD/FG 4/0/1 3/1/0 5/3/0 5/1/0 2/1/0 6/1/1 3/3/0 3/2/0 7/1/1 4/0/0 8/0/0 2/1/0

30-39 NO/TD/FG 1/1/1 2/2/0 2/1/0 3/0/0 2/1/0 2/1/0 1/1/0 3/1/1 0/0/0 1/0/0 2/1/1 4/1/0

SCORING DRIVE ANALYSIS Yardage No Drive Minus Yds. 0-9 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80-89 90-99

KANSAS STATE TD FG 6 0 0 1 3 3 4 3 2 0 8 0 4 1 4 4 8 4 15 1 1 1 4 0

OPPONENT 15/FG at Oklahoma; TD vs. Kansas 90/TD vs. Texas 7:57/TD vs. North Texas

40-49 NO/TD/FG 1/0/1 2/1/1 1/0/0 0/0/0 1/1/0 0/0/0 1/0/1 1/1/0 2/0/0 1/1/0 0/0/0 1/1/0

50+ NO/TD/FG 3/3/0 3/2/0 0/0/0 1/1/0 6/5/0 3/1/0 3/2/1 3/2/1 3/1/2 6/0/3 3/2/0 4/3/0

Kansas State 3-and-Out/Drives 2/12 0/11 2/9 1/10 1/13 4/12 1/10 0/12 3/13 2/14 4/14 3/13

Missouri State Miami North Texas at Oklahoma Kansas at Iowa State at West Virginia Texas Tech Oklahoma State at TCU at Baylor Texas

GAME-OPENING DRIVES OPPONENTS TD 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 5 3 6 8 1

KANSAS STATE Opponent Pts. 1st Dns. Missouri St. 3 3 Miami 7 4 North Texas 0 0 at Oklahoma 0 2 Kansas 0 0 at Iowa State 3 5 at West Virginia 3 1 Texas Tech 0 1 Oklahoma St. 0 2 at TCU 0 1 at Baylor 7 3 Texas 0 0

FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 3 1 1 0

Yds. 69 65 8 39 4 58 41 5 35 15 38 9

Opponent 3-and-Out/Drives 2/14 3/12 3/10 1/10 3/11 3/12 1/10 1/12 2/13 2/12 2/13 2/11

SECOND HALF-OPENING DRIVES OPPONENTS Pts. 1st Dns. Yds. 0 2 70 0 2 40 0 0 7 3 7 80 7 5 83 0 1 28 0 1 18 7 4 75 7 3 80 0 0 8 7 4 82 0 0 1

KANSAS STATE Opponent Pts. 1st Dns. Missouri St. 7 3 Miami 7 2 North Texas 7 4 at Oklahoma 0 1 Kansas 7 1 at Iowa State 0 3 at West Virginia 7 1 Texas Tech 7 5 Oklahoma St. 7 4 at TCU 7 3 at Baylor 0 1 Texas 7 3

Yds. 48 71 77 15 19 49 24 75 93 58 13 75

OPPONENTS Pts. 1st Dns. Yds. 3 3 66 0 2 25 7 6 88 0 1 15 0 0 -9 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 25 0 2 37 0 1 16 7 2 38 7 3 90

THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS (INCLUDES 3RD-AND-GOAL SITUATIONS) BY QUARTER Kansas State PCT. Opponents PCT.

1 19-37 .514 19-44 .432

2 14-37 .378 21-49 .429

3 20-33 .606 13-35 .371

4 20-38 .526 14-37 .378

4-6 7-10 11+ BY YARDAGE 1-3 Kansas State 32-43 25-47 9-31 7-24 PCT. .744 .532 .290 .292 Opponents 28-52 18-38 18-53 3-22 PCT. .538 .474 .340 .136 WHO CONVERTS FOR K-STATE: Klein 20, Thompson 14, Lockett 9, Harper 6, Hubert 9, Sams 4, Pease 4, Miller 3, Tannahill 2, Sexton 1, Wilson 1

OT 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

TOTAL 73-145 .503 67-165 .406

TOTAL 73-145 .503 67-165 .406

RED ZONE (INSIDE THE 20) Opponent Missouri State Miami North Texas at Oklahoma Kansas at Iowa State at West Virginia Texas Tech Oklahoma State at TCU at Baylor Texas Totals Opponents

Score 51-9 52-13 35-21 24-19 56-16 27-21 55-14 55-24 44-30 23-10 24-52 42-24 488-253 253-488

# of Times Inside Opp. 20 6 8 3 3 7 6 7 6 6 4 6 6 68 44

Times Scored 6 7 2 3 5 5 7 6 5 4 4 5 59 34

Total Pts 30 45 14 17 35 27 45 34 27 16 24 35 349 189

Total TDs 3 6 2 2 5 3 6 4 3 1 3 5 43 22

Rush TDs 1 6 2 2 4 3 4 3 3 1 1 5 35 11

Pass TDs 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 8 11

FGs Made 3 1 0 1 0 2 1 2 2 3 1 0 16 12

<-------------- Failed to score inside opp. 20 --------------> FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Game 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 3 0 2 3 2 2 1 0

Season Percentage - Overall: 59 of 68 (86.8%) Season Percentage - Touchdowns: 43 of 68 (63.3%) Season Percentage - Field Goals: 16 of 68 (23.5%) Season Percentage - Failed to Score: 9 of 68 (13.2%)

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2012 REVIEW LONGEST PLAYS (20-PLUS YARDS) KANSAS STATE Yards 95 62 58 55 50 46 46 45 44 44 42 38 38 37 37 36 36 36 35 34 34 32 31 31 30 29 28 28 28 28 27 27 27 26 25 25 24 24 23 23 22 22 22 22 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Opponent Missouri State TCU Miami Texas Oklahoma State Missouri State Texas Tech Iowa State West Virginia Miami Oklahoma State Oklahoma State North Texas Missouri State Kansas Texas Baylor Oklahoma West Virginia TCU Kansas Kansas Kansas West Virginia Miami Texas Texas West Virginia Kansas Kansas Kansas North Texas Miami Oklahoma West Virginia North Texas Kansas North Texas Iowa State North Texas Baylor Oklahoma State Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech West Virginia Oklahoma Oklahoma North Texas Miami Missouri State West Virginia Texas Tech Iowa State Missouri State Missouri State Kansas Kansas

Play/Situation/Result Hubert 95 run (TD) Harper 62 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at TCU 27) Trujilo 58 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at UM 5) Lockett 55 pass from Klein (TD) Lockett 50 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at OSU 17) Sams 46 run (TD) Harper 46 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at TT 21) Lockett 45 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at ISU 24) Lockett 44 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at WVU 19) Lockett 44 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at UM 5) Harper 42 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at OSU 20) Thompson 38 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at OSU 2) Thompson 38 pass fom Klein (TD) Tannahill 37 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at MS 23) Harper 37 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at KU 3) Harper 36 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at KS 37) Harper 36 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at BU 27) Hubert 36 run (1st and 10 at OU 43) Lockett 35 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at WVU 38) Klein 34 run (TD) Lockett 34 pass from Klein (TD) Hubert 32 run (TD) Klein 31 run (1st and 10 at KU 1) Lockett 31 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at WVU 21) Thompson 30 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at UM 22) Tannahill 29 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at UT 15) Hubert 28 run (1st and 10 at UT 47) Lockett 28 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at WVU 49) Klein 28 run (TD) Pease 28 run (1st and 10 at KU 32) Klein 27 run (1st and 10 at KU 38) Klein 27 run (1st and 10 at NT 27) Sexton 27 pass from Klein (TD) Thompson 26 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at OU 31) Harper 25 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at WVU 24) Thompson 25 pass from Klein (1st and 10 NT 30) Tannahill 24 pass from Klein (1st and 10 KU 20) Harper 24 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at NT 15) Thompson 23 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at ISU 25) Wilson 24 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at NT 25) Thompson 22 pass from Klein (1st and Goal at BU 6) Pease 22 run (1st and 10 at KS 42) Harper 22 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at KS 48) Klein 22 run (TD) Thompson 21 pass from Klein (TD) Harper 21 pass from Klein (TD) Tannahill 21 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at 1st and 10 at KS 44) Harper 21 pass form Klein (1st and 10 at OU 41) Thompson 21 pass from Klein (TD) Sams 21 run (TD) Klein 21 run (1st and 10 at MS 23) Lockett 20 pass from Klein (TD) Lockett 20 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at TT 26) Harper 20 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at ISU 47) Harper 20 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at KS 40) Sexton 20 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at MS 44) Hubert 20 run (TD) Pease 20 run (1st and 10 at KS 48)

No. of plays from scrimmage, 20+ yards: 58 (17 run/41 pass) No. of plays from scrimmage, 40+ yards: 11 (2 run/9 pass) Returns Opponent Player Kickoff Oklahoma State Lockett 100 yards Punt Missouri State Thompson 89 yards Interception Kansas Malone 55 yards Fumble Texas Tech Childs 56 yards Field Goal None No. of returns 20+ yards: 33 (18 KR/7 PR/7 Int/1 Fum) No. of returns 40+ yards: 9 (5 KR/2 PR/1 Int/1 Fum)

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OPPONENTS Yards 80 70 56 56 54 46 45 43 39 38 32 31 31 31 30 30 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 26 25 25 24 24 23 22 22 21

Opponent Baylor Texas Missouri State Miami Oklahoma State Texas North Texas Baylor Oklahoma State Baylor Texas Tech Texas Missouri State Kansas Texas Oklahoma State Texas Baylor TCU Oklahoma State Oklahoma State Texas Tech Oklahoma TCU Missouri State Miami Oklahoma Missouri State Oklahoma State Baylor Miami Oklahoma

Play/Situation/Result Seastrunk 80 run (TD) Johnson 70 pass from McCoy (1st and Goal at KS 10) Buford 56 pass from Harris (1st and 10 at KS 19) Walford 56 pass from Morris (1st and 10 at KS 10) Hays 54 pass from Lunt (TD) Monroe 46 run (1st and Goal at KS 4) Jimmerson 45 run (1st and 10 at KS 49) Williams 40 pass from Florence (1st and Goal at KS 9) Moore 54 pass from Chelf (1st and 10 at KS 25) Reese 38 pass from Florence (TD) Ward 32 pass from Doege (TD) Jackson 31 pass from McCoy (1st and 10 at UT 41) Burton 31 pass from Glaser (1st and 10 at KS 27) Turzilli 31 pass from Crist (1st and 10 at KS 21) Gray 30 pass from McCoy (1st and 10 at UT 40) Moore 30 pass from Lunt (1st and 10 at KS 24) Brown 27 run (1st and 10 at KS 29) Seastrunk 27 run (1st and Goal at KS 6) Boyce 27 pass from Boykin (1st and 10 at KS 39) Webb 27 pass from Lunt (1st and 10 at KS 28) Stewart 27 pass from Chelf (1st and 10 at KS 38) Ward 17 pass from Doege (1st and 10 at KS 45) Metoyer 27 pass from Jones (1st and 10 at KS 14) Catalon 26 run (1st and 10 at KS 22) Scot 25 run (1st and 10 at KS 16) Scott 25 pass from Morris (1st and 10 at KS 25) Shepard 24 pass from Jones (1st and 10 at KS 20) Dotson 24 pass from Glaser (1st and 10 at KS 28) Moore 23 pass from Chelf (1st and 10 at KS 30) Williams 22 pass from Florence (TD) Hurns 22 pass from Morris (1st and 10 at UM 50) Shepard 21 pass from Jones (1st and 10 at KS 18)

No. of plays from scrimmage, 20+ yards: 27 (7 run/25 pass) No. of plays from scrimmage, 40+ yards: 8 (3 run/5 pass) Returns Opponent Player Kickoff West Virginia Austin 100 yards Punt None Chancellor 26 yards Interception None Fumble None No. of returns 20+ yards: 17 (16 KR/1 PR/0 Int/0 Fum) No. of returns 40+ yards: 5 (5 KOR/0 PR/0 Int/0 Fum)

2012 REVIEW KANSAS STATE SUPERLATIVES

OPPONENT SUPERLATIVES

INDIVIDUAL Longest Rush: 95, John Hubert vs. Missouri State Longest Touchdown Run: 95, John Hubert vs. Missouri State Longest Pass: 62, Collin Klein vs. TCU Longest TD Pass: 55, Collin Klein vs. Texas Longest Punt Return: 89, Tramaine Thompson vs. Missouri State Longest Kickoff Return: 100, Tyler Lockett vs. Oklahoma State Longest Interception Return: 55, Nigel Malone vs. Kansas Most Punts: 5, Ryan Doerr at Oklahoma, Iowa State, TCU, Baylor Longest Punt: 54, Ryan Doerr at TCU Highest Punt Average: 52.0, Ryan Doerr vs. Miami Longest Field Goal: 42, Anthony Cantele at West Virginia Most Field Goals: 3, Anthony Cantele vs. Missouri State, Oklahoma State, at TCU Most TDs Rushing: 4, John Hubert vs. Kansas; Collin Klein at West Virginia Most TDs Receiving: 2, Tramaine Thompson vs. North Texas; Tyler Lockett at West Virginia Most TDs Passing: 3, Collin Klein at West Virginia Most Rushing Attempts: 25, Collin Klein at Iowa State Most Yards Rushing: 152, John Hubert vs. Missouri State Most Pass Attempts: 50, Collin Klein at Baylor Most Pass Completions: 27, Collin Klein at Baylor Most Yards Passing: 323, Collin Klein at West Virginia Most Receptions: 11, Chris Harper at Baylor Most Yards Receiving: 194, Tyler Lockett at West Virginia Most Total Offense: 364, Collin Klein at West Virginia Most All-Purpose Yards: 258, Tyler Lockett at West Virginia Most Interceptions: 3, Allen Chapman vs. Oklahoma State Most Tackles: 14, Dante Barnett at Baylor Most Solo Tackles: 13, Dante Barnett at Baylor Most Quarterback Sacks: 2.5, Meshak Williams at West Virginia Most Tackles for Loss: 3.0, Meshak Williams at TCU Most Passes Broken Up: 2, eight times * School Record

INDIVIDUAL Longest Rush: 80, Lache Seastrunk, Baylor Longest Touchdown Run: 80, Lache Seastrunk, Baylor Longest Pass: 70, Case McCoy, Texas Longest TD Pass: 38, Nick Florence, Baylor Longest Punt Return: 13, Levi Norwood, Baylor Longest Kickoff Return: 100, Tavon Austin, West Virginia Longest Interception Return: 18, Sam Holl, Baylor Most Punts: 6, Chris Sullens, Missouri State, Ethan Perry, TCU Longest Punt: 67, Chris Sullens, Missouri State Highest Punt Average: 48.0, Spencer Roth, Baylor Longest Field Goal: 50, Aaron Jones, Baylor Most Field Goals: 3, Austin Witmer, Missouri State; Quinn Sharp, Oklahoma State Most TDs Rushing: 3, Glasco Martin, Baylor Most TDs Receiving: 2, Eric Ward, Texas Tech Most TDs Passing: 2, Jared Barnett, ISU; Seth Doege, TTU; Nick Florence, BU; Case McCoy, UT Most Rushing Attempts: 28, James Sims, Kansas Most Yards Rushing: 185, Lache Seastrunk, Baylor Most Pass Attempts: 50, Seth Doege, Texas Tech Most Pass Completions: 35, Seth Doege, Texas Tech Most Yards Passing: 331, Seth Doege, Texas Tech Most Receptions: 11, Eric Ward, Texas Tech Most Yards Receiving: 161, Eric Ward, Texas Tech Most Total Offense: 285, Nick Florence, Baylor Most All-Purpose Yards: 233, Tavon Austin, West Virginia Most Interceptions: 2, Joe Williams, Baylor Most Tackles: 14, Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma; Ben Heeney, Kansas Most Solo Tackles: 12, Kenny Vaccaro, Texas Most Quarterback Sacks: 2.0, Stansly Maponga, TCU Most Tackles for Loss: 2.0, seven players Most Passes Broken Up: 2, Gary Mason Jr., Baylor * School Record

TEAM

TEAM

Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

High 60 346 6 51 27 333 3 82 498 56 6 30 9 62 3 4

(Miami) (Kansas) (Miami/Kansas) (Baylor) (Baylor) (West Virginia) (West Virginia) (Baylor) (Miami) (Kansas) (TCU) (Texas Tech) (Iowa State) (Iowa State) (Baylor) (Oklahoma State)

Low 28 76 1 11 7 129 0 48 362 23 0 15 1 5 0 0

(North Texas) (Baylor) (Baylor) (Miami) (Kansas) (Kansas) (OU/ISU/OSU/TCU) (North Texas) (OU/BU/UT) (TCU) (MSU/ISU/BU) (Texas) (North Texas/Kansas) (Kansas) (MSU/KU/WVU/TTU/OSU) (Miami/North Texas)

Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

High 49 342 5 51 35 417 2 81 580 52 3 29 8 80 5 3

(Kansas/Baylor) (Baylor) (Baylor) (Missouri State) (Texas Tech) (Oklahoma State) (ISU/TT/OSU/BU/UT) (Kansas/Baylor) (Baylor) (Baylor) (TCU) (Baylor) (Iowa State) (Texas Tech) (Kansas/Okla. St.) (Baylor)

Low 24 65 0 26 16 155 0 57 231 9 0 12 2 10 0 0

(Iowa St./Okla. St.) (Iowa State) (MSU/UM/WVU/OSU/TCU) (Miami) (Iowa State) (West Virginia) (Missouri State) (Miami) (Iowa State) (Missouri State) (NT/OU/KU) (Iowa State) (Kansas) (Kansas) (North Texas) (Seven Teams)

TURNOVERS

KICKOFFS

KICKOFF RETURNS

Takeaways (Fum/Int): 31 (13/18) Giveaways (Fum/Int): 10 (3/7) Difference: +21 (+1.75 per game) Points Off Turnovers Kansas State 149 Opponents 24 Points Off Turnovers Per Game Kansas State 12.4 Opponents 2.0

Kickoffs: 92 Touchbacks (pct.): 34 (37.0) Fair Catches: 1 Downed Kicks: 0 Out of Bounds: 2 On-Side Kicks (No./Recovered by KS): 0/0 Opponent Returns (No.-Yds./Avg): 55-1263/23.0 Opponent Touchdowns: 2

Kickoffs: 54 Touchbacks (pct.): 19 (35.2) Fair Catches: 1 Downed Kicks: 0 Out of Bounds: 2 On-Side Kicks (No./Recovered by Opp): 3/0 K-State Returns (No.-Yds./Avg): 30-877/29.2 K-State Touchdowns: 2

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THE LAST TIME... RUSHING/PASSING/RECEIVING Two 100-yd rushers Two 100-yard receivers Two 100-yard rushers & 100-yard receiver 100-yard rusher & Two 100-yard receivers 100-yard rusher, 100-yard receiver & 300-yard passer 300 yards passing & 100 yards rushing QB with 100+ yds passing/rushing

RUSHING 25+ rushing attempts 30+ rushing attempts 40+ rushing attempts 100+ yards rushing 150+ yards rushing 200+ yards rushing Consec. 100-yard games Consec. 150-yard games Consec. 175-yard games Consecutive 200-yard games Consecutive 225-yard games 50-yard+ run 70-yard+ run 80-yard+ run 90-yard+ run 3+ rushing TDs 4+ rushing TDs 5+ rushing TDs

Collin Klein (116) and John Hubert (101) vs. Kansas, 10/6/12 Ernie Pierce (176) and Brandon Banks (145) vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/08 Ell Roberson (145 rush)/Darren Sproles (175 rush) & James Terry (116 rec) vs. California, 8/23/03 James Johnson (129) & Jordy Nelson (125)/Deon Murphy (106) at Nebraska, 11/10/07 James Johnson (129 rush), Jordy Nelson (125 rec)/Deon Murphy (106 rec) & Josh Freeman (320 pass) at Nebraska, 11/10/07 Michael Bishop (341 pass, 101 rush) vs Texas A&M, 12/5/98 Collin Klein (103 rush/184 pass) vs. Texas, 12/1/12

26, Collin Klein at Iowa State, 10/13/12 35, Collin Klein vs. Texas A&M, 11/12/11 42, Darren Sproles vs. Western Kentucky, 9/4/04 103, Collin Klein vs. Texas, 12/1/12 152, John Hubert vs. Missouri State, 9/1/12 269, Daniel Thomas at North Texas, 11/27/10 2, Collin Klein 116, vs. Kansas, 10/6/12 and 105 at Iowa State, 10/13/12 2, Thomas Clayton 177, vs. Florida International, 9/3/05; 152, at Marshall, 9/10/05 2, Darren Sproles 273, vs. Missouri, 11/22/2003; 235, vs. Oklahoma, 12/6/03 2, Darren Sproles 273, vs. Missouri, 11/22/2003; 235, vs. Oklahoma, 12/6/03 2, Darren Sproles 273, vs. Missouri, 11/22/2003; 235, vs. Oklahoma, 12/6/03 95, John Hubert vs. Missouri State, 9/1/12 95, John Hubert vs. Missouri State, 9/1/12 95, John Hubert vs. Missouri State, 9/1/12 95, John Hubert vs. Missouri State, 9/1/12 3, John Hubert vs. Texas, 12/1/12 4, Collin Klein at West Virginia, 10/20/12 5, Collin Klein vs. Texas A&M, 11/12/11

PASSING 30+ attempts 50, Collin Klein at Baylor, 11/17/12 40+ attempts 50, Collin Klein at Baylor, 11/17/12 50+ attempts 50, Collin Klein at Baylor, 11/17/12 20+ completions 27, Collin Klein at Baylor, 11/17/12 25+ completions 27, Collin Klein at Baylor, 11/17/12 30+ completions 36, Josh Freeman at Oklahoma State, 10/20/07 3+ TD passes 3, Collin Klein at West Virginia, 10/20/12 4+ TD passes 4, Ell Roberson vs. Oklahoma, 12/6/03 300+ yards passing 323, Collin Klein at West Virginia, 10/20/12 400+ yards passing 478, Josh Freeman vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/08 Consecutive 250-yard+ games 3, Josh Freeman 288, vs. Montana State, 9/6/08; 313 at Louisville, 9/17/08; 272 vs. Louisiana, 9/27/08 Consecutive 300-yard games 2, Josh Freeman 347, at Iowa State, 11/3/07; 320, at Nebraska, 11/10/07 50-yard+ completion 55t, Collin Klein to Tyler Lockett vs. Texas, 12/1/12 70-yard+ completion 73, Carson Coffman to Tramaine Thompson vs. UCF, 9/25/10 80-yard+ completion 80t, A. Evridge to J. Nelson at Texas Tech, 10/15/05 90-yard+ completion 97t, M. Bishop to A. Lockett vs. La-Monroe, 9/26/98

RECEIVING 10+ receptions 3+ TD receptions 100+ receiving yards 125+ receiving yards 150+ receiving yards 175+ receiving yards 200+ receiving yards Consecutive 100-yard games

11, Chris Harper at Baylor, 11/17/12 3, Jordy Nelson at Oklahoma State, 10/20/07 194, Tyler Lockett at West Virginia, 10/20/12 194, Tyler Lockett at West Virginia, 10/20/12 194, Tyler Lockett at West Virginia, 10/20/12 194, Tyler Lockett at West Virginia, 10/20/12 214, Jordy Nelson at Iowa State, 11/3/07 2, Aubrey Quarles 133 at Missouri, 11/13/10 and 114 at Colorado, 11/20/10 3+ Consecutive 100-yard games 4, Jordy Nelson 176 at OSU, 10/20/07; 105 vs. BU, 10/27/07; 214 at ISU (11/3/07); 125 at NU, 11/10/07

TEAM 300+ yards rushing 400+ yards rushing Less than 10 yards net rushing Negative net rushing 400+ yards passing 500+ yards total offense 600+ yards total offense Consec. gms, 500+ total yards 4 consec. gms, 500+ total yards <200 yards total offense <100 yards total offense 30+ first downs 35+ first downs <10 first downs 40+ points 50+ points 60+ points 70+ points 100+ yards in penalties 5+ fumbles lost Scored a safety Scored two safeties Scored two safeties in a quarter Allowed a safety Forced five or more turnovers Forced three or more fumbles Intercepted three or more passes Committed five turnovers Committed six turnovers Recovered an on-side kick Shutout Shutout on road Shutout vs. conference opponent Shutout by, first half Shutout by, second half Shutout by, game Overtime game Come-from-behind win MISCELLANEOUS 300+ yds individual total offense 400+ yds individual total offense 300+ all-purpose yards

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346, vs. Kansas, 10/6/12 415, vs. Nebraska, 11/16/02 1, vs. Oklahoma, 11/16/04 (-12), vs. Texas Tech, 8/31/96 481, vs. Montana State, 9/6/08 507, at Oklahoma State, 11/5/11 626, vs. Iowa State, 11/22/08 502, at Iowa State, 11/8/03 561, at Nebraska, 11/15/03 573, vs. ISU, 10/24/98; 566, at KU, 10/31/98 518, at Baylor, 11/7/98; 512, vs. Nebraska, 11/14/98 121, at Texas, 11/19/11 86, vs. Nebraska 10/5/96 30, vs. Texas Tech, 10/27/12 37, vs. Iowa State, 10/24/98 8, at Texas, 11/19/11 42, vs. Texas, 12/1/12 55, vs. Texas Tech, 10/27/12 62, vs. Texas A&M, 10/17/09 76, vs. Ball State, 9/16/00 162 (16 pen.) vs. Missouri State, 9/15/07 5, vs. Southern California, 9/21/02 at Louisiana, 9/12/09 at Nebraska, 11/12/05 at Nebraska (third quarter), 11/12/05 vs. Texas A&M (punt), 10/22/05 5, vs. Oklahoma State, 11/3/12 3, vs. Texas, 12/1/12 4, vs. Oklahoma State, 11/3/12 5, vs. Eastern Kentucky, 9/3/11 6, at Kansas, 11/18/06 Aubrey Quarles at Missouri, 11/9/08 vs. Kent State (37-0), 9/17/11 at Iowa State (45-0), 11/8/03 at Iowa State (45-0), 11/8/03 vs. UCF, 9/25/10 vs. Oklahoma, 10/29/11 at Colorado (12-0), 11/19/96 vs. Texas A&M, 11/12/11 (W, 53-50 - 4OT) vs. Texas A&M, 11/12/11 (21-31, fourth quarter)

325, Collin Klein (286 pass, 39 rush) at Baylor, 11/17/12 501, Josh Freeman (478 pass, 23 rush) vs. Oklahoma, 10/25/08 315, Tyler Lockett, at Oklahoma State, 11/5/11 (32 receiving, 193 kickoff return, 84 rushing, 6 punt return)

2012 REVIEW

THE LAST TIME... 6+ TDs responsible for 7, Collin Klein (3 pass, 4 rush) at West Virginia, 10/20/12 4+ TDs scored 4, Collin Klein (4 rush) at West Virginia, 10/20/12 3+ field goals 3, Anthony Cantele at TCU, 11/10/12 4+ field goals 4, Josh Cherry vs. Missouri, 11/14/09 5+ field goals 5, Jamie Rheem vs. Texas, 10/2/99 7+ PATs 7, Anthony Cantele vs. Texas Tech, 10/27/12 8+ PATs 8, Anthony Cantele vs. Kansas, 10/6/12 9+ PATs 9, Brooks Rossman vs. Montana State, 9/6/08 50-yd+ FG 54, Anthony Cantele vs. Oklahoma, 10/29/11 60-yd+ FG 65, Martin Gramatica vs. N. Illinois, 9/26/98 15+ tackles 16, David Garrett at Colorado, 11/20/10 5+ tackles for loss 5.0, Ian Campbell vs. Illinois State, 9/2/06 3+ sacks 3.0, Ian Campbell vs. Illinois State, 9/2/06 2+ interceptions 3, Allen Chapman vs. Oklahoma State, 11/3/12 TD on an INT return Allen Chapman (29 yards) vs. Oklahoma State, 11/3/12 TD on fumble return (def) Jarell Childs (1 yard) at Oklahoma, 9/22/12 TD on fumble return (special teams) Byron Garvin (9 yards) vs. Illinois State, 9/2/06 TD on fumble return (off) Tony Madison (0 yards) vs. Fresno State, 9/11/04 TD on punt return Tramaine Thompson (89 yards) vs. Missouri State, 9/1/12 Consecutive games w/punt return TD 2, Aaron Lockett vs. Louisiana Tech (69 yards), 9/2/2000; vs. Ball State (84 yards), 9/16/00 3 Consec. gms w/punt return TD 3, David Allen vs. Indiana State (63 yards), 9/5/98 vs. Northern Illinois (69 yards), 9/12/98; vs. Texas (93 yards), 9/19/98 TD on kickoff return Tyler Lockett (100 yards) vs. Oklahoma State, 11/3/12 2+ TD on kickoff return Brandon Banks, 2 (91 and 92 yards), vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/26/09 TD on KO return to start game Justin McKinney (88 yards) vs. Florida Atlantic, 9/9/06 Consecutive games w/kick return TD 2, Tyler Lockett at Texas Tech (100 yards), 10/15/2011; at Kansas (97 yards), 10/22/2011 2-point conversion Daniel Thomas to Andre McDonald, at Colorado, 11/20/10 Blocked field goal Meshak Williams, vs. Texas Tech, 10/27/12 TD on blocked field goal Randy Jordan (93 yards) at Baylor, 11/16/02 Blocked punt Chris Carney, vs. Massachusetts, 9/5/09 TD on blocked punt Courtney Herndon (10 yards) at Texas A&M, 10/11/08 Blocked extra point Raphael Guidry vs. Arkansas, 1/6/12 Defensive extra point Nigel Malone (68-yd DXP kick return) vs. Arkansas , 1/6/12 2+ blocked kicks, game 2, Raphael Guidry at Texas Tech, 2 field goals, 10/15/11 Largest deficit overcome 21 points (school record - 3 times) vs. Iowa State (7-28, 3rd qtr), 9/25/99; vs. Oklahoma State (0-21, 2nd qtr), 10/23/99, at Missouri (0-21, 2nd qtr), 11/06/04

OPPONENTS RUSHING 30+ rushing attempts 100+ yards rushing 150+ yards rushing 200+ yards rushing 300+ yards rushing Two 100-yard rushers 60-yard+ run 70-yard+ run 80-yard+ run 85-yard+ run 90-yard+ run 3+ rushing TDs

30, Cyrus Gray (Texas A&M), 11/12/11 185, Lache Seastrunk / 113, Glasco Martin (Baylor), 11/17/12 185, Lache Seastrink (Baylor), 11/17/12 218, Cyrus Gray (Texas A&M), 11/12/11 320, Barry Sanders (Oklahoma State), 10/29/88 Lache Seastrunk (185) / Glasco Martin (113) (Baylor), 11/17/12 80t, Lache Seastrunk (Baylor), 11/17/12 80t, Lache Seastrunk (Baylor), 11/17/12 80t, Lache Seastrunk (Baylor), 11/17/12 85t, Chris Brown (Colorado), 10/5/02 91, David Thompson (Okla. State), 11/18/95 3, Glasco Martin (Baylor), 11/17/12

PASSING 40+ attempts 60+ attempts 20+ completions 25+ completions 30+ completions 40+ completions 3+ TD passes 4+ TD passes 250+ yards passing 300+ yards passing 350+ yards passing RECEIVING 10+ receptions 100+ receiving yards 125+ receiving yards 150+ receiving yards 200+ receiving yards 60-yard+ reception 70-yard+ reception 90-yard+ reception 2+ TD catches TEAM <10 yards net rushing <20 yards net rushing <50 yards net rushing 300+ yards rushing 400+ yards rushing 500+ yards rushing 700+ yards rushing <10 yards net passing 300+ yards passing 350+ yards passing 500+ yards total offense 400+ yards total offense <200 yards total offense <150 yards total offense <100 yards total offense 30+ first downs <10 first downs <5 first downs 40+ points 50+ points 60+ points 70+ points 100 yards in penalties Scored a safety Blocked punt Blocked extra point Blocked field goal TD on interception return TD on punt return TD on kickoff return TD on fumble return TD on blocked punt 2-point conversion Defensive extra-point

50, Seth Doege (Texas Tech), 10/27/12 63, Seth Doege (Texas Tech), 10/15/11 26, Case McCoy (Texas), 12/1/12 26, Case McCoy (Texas), 12/1/12 35, Seth Doege (Texas Tech), 10/27/12 43, Seth Doege (Texas Tech), 10/15/11 3, Ryan Tannehill (Texas A&M), 11/12/11 4, Brandon Weeden (Oklahoma State), 11/5/11 314, Case McCoy (Texas), 12/1/12 314, Case McCoy (Texas), 12/1/12 502, Brandon Weeden (Oklahoma State), 11/5/11

11, Eric Ward (Texas Tech), 10/27/12 135, Charlie Moore (Oklahoma State), 11/3/12 135, Charlie Moore (Oklahoma State), 11/3/12 161, Eric Ward (Texas Tech), 10/27/12 205, Justin Blackmon (Oklahoma State), 11/5/11 70, Case McCoy to Daje Johnson (Texas), 12/1/12 70, Case McCoy to Daje Johnson (Texas), 12/1/12 94t, Jeremy Bloom from Robert Hodge (Colorado), 10/5/02 2, Eric Ward (Texas Tech), 10/27/12

minus 13, Texas A&M, 10/17/09 10, Eastern Kentucky, 9/3/11 40, Miami, 9/8/12 342, Baylor, 11/17/12 451, Nebraska, 10/7/10 518, Colorado, 11/18/89 768, Oklahoma, 10/15/88 5, Ball State, 9/16/00 314, Texas, 12/1/12 417, Oklahoma State, 11/3/12 580, Baylor (238 pass, 342 run), 11/17/12 413, Texas (314 pass, 99 run), 11/17/12 199, Kent State (118 rush, 81 pass), 9/17/11 129, Eastern Kentucky (10 rush, 119 pass), 9/3/11 53, Ball State (46 rush, 5 pass), 9/16/00 34, Texas Tech (8r, 25p, 1pn), 10/29/11 7, Eastern Kentucky (2r, 4p, 1pn), 9/3/11 4, North Texas (3r, 0p, 1pn), 9/23/00 52, Baylor, 11/17/12 52, Baylor, 11/17/12 66, Texas Tech, 10/10/09 73, Nebraska, 11/10/07 105, Kansas, 10/22/11 Kansas, 10/6/12 Kansas, 10/22/11 Oklahoma, 10/31/09 Miami, 9/24/11 Johnny Thomas (Oklahoma State), 26 yds, 10/30/10 Joe Adams (Arkansas), 51 yds, 1/6/12 Desmond Roland, Oklahoma State, 80 yds, 11/3/12 Antonio Coleman (Auburn), 34 yds, 9/1/07 D.J. Adeoba (Massachusetts), 26 yds, 9/5/09 Dahrran Diedrick run (Nebraska), 11/10/01 Darrent Williams (85-yd DXP kick return), Okla. State, 10/12/02

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GAME

2012 RECAPS

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SEPTEMBER 1, 2012 BILL SNYDER FAMILY STADIUM • MANHATTAN, KAN. SCORING SUMMARY Missouri State (21) K-State

1 3 3

2 3 6

3 3 7

4 0 35

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KS - Cantele 23 yd field goal (9:26, 1st) MS - Witmer 24 yd field goal (0:15, 1st) KS - Cantele 19 yd field goal (3:35, 2nd) MS - Witmer 35 yd field goal (2:05, 2nd) KS - Cantele 25 yd field goal (0:18, 2nd) MS - Witmer 26 yd field goal (10:43, 3rd) KS - Thompson 18 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 7:06, 3rd) KS - Wilson 4 yd run (Cantele kick, 14:19, 4th) KS - Hubert 95 yd run (Cantele kick, 11:46, 4th) KS - Harper 1 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 10:03, 4th) KS - Sams 46 yd run (Cantele kick, 3:43, 4th) KS - Thompson 89 yd punt return (Cantele kick, 1:56, 4th) Attendance: 50,007

TEAM STATISTICS MSU First Downs 19 Rushes-Yards (NET) 26-95 Passing Yards(NET) 323 Pass Comp-Att-Int 26-51-1 TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS 77-418 Fumble Returns-Yards-TD 0-0-0 Punt Returns-Yards-TD 1-0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD 4-57-0 Interception Returns-Yards-TD 0-0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 6-47.2 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 Penalties-Yards 3-30 Possession Time 28:14 Third-Down Conversions 4-17 Fourth-Down Conversions 1-2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4

KS 21 40-324 169 19-28-0 68-493 0-0-0 3-133-1 2-19-0 1-18-0 4-38.5 0-0 2-15 31:46 5-13 0-0 6-6

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) MSU - Scott 11-64-0, Miller 5-17-0, Glaser 4-10-0 KS - Hubert 12-152-1, Sams 3-61-1, Klein 13-54-0 Passing (Cmp-Att-Yds-TD-Int) MSU - Glasser 22-44-257-0-1; Harris 4-7-66-0-0 KS - Klein 19-28-169-2-0 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) MSU - Buford 7-114-0, Dotson 6-82-0, Burton 4-64-0 KS - Hubert 6-24-0, Thompson 5-51-1, Harper 3-28-0

K-STATE STARTERS OFFENSE WR LT LG C RG RT QB RB WR WR WR

Harper Lucas Puetz Finney Taylor Whitehair Klein Pease Sexton Thompson Lockett

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DEFENSE DE DT DT DE LB LB LB CB S S CB

Davis Lutui Sua Williams Brown Tuggle Walker Chapman Zimmerman Milo Malone

Junior running back John Hubert rushed for 152 yards, thanks in part to this 95-yard run. It was the second-longest run in school history and the longest in Bill Snyder Family Stadium history, topping a 91-yarder by Ell Roberson vs. Nebraska in 2002.

MANHATTAN, Kan. - All week, Kansas State coach Bill Snyder harped on his team about starting fast. He wanted the No. 22 Wildcats to put away Missouri State early in their season opener, and give the backups some valuable repetitions before next week’s showdown with Miami. Well, it was 9-6 at halftime Saturday night, and Snyder began thinking to himself, “I’m going to go out and tell them I want a very slow start next week and see what happens.” Maybe they’ll start off the way they finished. Collin Klein threw a pair of second-half touchdown passes, John Hubert ran 95 yards for a fourth-quarter score and the Wildcats piled up 42 unanswered points in 51-9 victory. The late binge made for a score that was widely expected, even though Kansas State struggled to get there. Hubert finished with 152 yards rushing, Braden Wilson and Daniel Sams added touchdown runs, and Tramaine Thompson returned a punt 89 yards to complete the late scoring surge. Missouri transfer Ashton Glaser was 22 of 44 for 257 yards for the Bears, who won just two games last season. It was the 20th straight season-opening win for Snyder, who returned to the sideline four years ago after a brief retirement to rescue a once-proud program that had fallen back on hard times. The Wildcats surprised just about everyone by winning 10 games last season. Expectations are much higher this year - the Wildcats will get everyone’s best shot - and that began with Missouri State, which had a healthy advantage in total offense most of the night. The Bears were done in by a couple of major mistakes, though: Wide receiver Julian Burton fumbled just short of the goal line to waste a touchdown chance in the first quarter, and a dropped pass mid-

way through the fourth wiped out another likely score. The Wildcats hardly blitzed on defense and ran a vanilla offense, and that was part of the reason the game was close into the second half. The run-first Klein didn’t take off on a designed running play until midway through the second quarter, and he finished with just 54 yards rushing. The Wildcats started to roll with 7:06 left in the third quarter, when Klein hit Thompson in the corner of the end zone for an 18-yard touchdown pass. Klein’s running ability then set up Wilson’s four-yard touchdown run a few minutes later to make it 23-9. The Wildcats quickly got the ball back and Hubert scooted free for a 95-yard touchdown, the secondlongest in school history.Klein added a short touchdown pass to Chris Harper before giving way to Sams, the freshman backup, and he scooted 46 yards for another touchdown. Thompson capped the scoring with his dynamic punt return in the closing minutes to make the score appear much more lopsided.

Tramaine Thompson capped the scoring with an 89-yard punt return touchdown. It was the longest by a Wildcat since 2007.

2012 RECAPS

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MIAMI K-STATE

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1 3 14

2 3 10

3 0 7

4 7 21

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KS - Klein 1 yd run (Cantele kick, 8:13, 1st) KS - Klein 6 yd run (Cantele kick, 2:52, 1st) UM - Wieclaw 32 yd field goal (0:11, 1st) KS - Cantele 21 yd field goal (10:20, 2nd) KS - Sexton 27 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 6:10, 2nd) UM - Wieclaw 27 yd field goal (0:00, 2nd) KS - Klein 1 yd run (Cantele kick, 9:16, 3rd) KS - Hubert 4 yd (Cantele kick, 11:12, 4th) KS - Sams 15 yd run (Cantele kick, 10:51, 4th) KS - Sams 11 yd run (Cantele kick, 5:30, 4th) UM - Walford 2 yd pass from Williams (Wieclaw kick, 3:51, 4th) Attendance: 48,843

TEAM STATISTICS UM First Downs 13 Rushes-Yards (NET) 29-40 Passing Yards(NET) 222 Pass Comp-Att-Int 21-28-0 TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS 57-262 Fumble Returns-Yards-TD 0-0-0 Punt Returns-Yards-TD 0-0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD 6-160-0 Interception Returns-Yards-TD 1-0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-40.0 Fumbles-Lost 3-3 Penalties-Yards 4-30 Possession Time 22:44 Third-Down Conversions 5-13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0-1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4

KS 27 60-288 210 9-11-1 71-498 0-0-0 1-12-0 2-54-0 0-0-0 1-52.0 2-0 2-12 37:16 8-11 0-0 7-8

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) UM - James 9-27-0, Johnson 6-19-0, Clements 4-1-0 KS - Hubert 19-106-1, Klein 22-71-3, Sams 3-47-2 Passing (Cmp-Att-Yds-TD-Int) UM - Morris 19-26-215-0-0; Williams 2-2-7-1-0 KS - Klein 9-11-210-1-1 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) UM - Scott 2-39-0, Walford 3-61-1, Dorsett 3-31-0 KS - Lockett 3-59-0, Thompson 3-57-0, Sexton 1-27-1

K-STATE STARTERS OFFENSE WR LT LG C RG RT QB RB WR WR WR

Harper Lucas Whitehair Finney Taylor Rooks Klein Hubert Sexton Thompson Lockett

DEFENSE DE DT DT DE LB LB LB CB S S CB

Davis Lutui Sua Williams Brown Tuggle Walker Chapman Zimmerman Milo Malone

Senior quarterback Collin Klein accounted for four touchdowns - including three on the ground - leading K-State to a victory over Miami. Klein, who also threw for 210 yards, earned Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week honors.

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Collin Klein threw for 210 yards and ran for 71 more, accounting for four touchdowns and leading No. 21 Kansas State to a 52-13 rout of Miami. John Hubert added 106 yards rushing and a touchdown, and Daniel Sams added two scores on the ground as the Wildcats rolled up 498 yards of total offense while holding Miami to 262. The blowout stood in stark contrast to last season’s meeting in Coral Gables, Fla., when Kansas State needed a dramatic goal-line stand in the closing minutes to secure a 28-24 victory. Stephen Morris threw for 215 yards for Miami, but was sacked five times. The Canes lost three fumbles and managed just 40 yards rushing - an average of 1.4 per attempt. K-State linebacker Arthur Brown, who began his career at Miami, ground a bit of dirt in their wounds. The Butkus Award candidate recovered a fumble in the first quarter to set up a short TD drive, then helped cause a turnover-on-downs with a third-quarter sack. The Wildcats improved to 6-0 at home against BCS non-conference opponents under Bill Snyder. The Hurricanes’ performance was summed up by a 5-second span in the fourth quarter: Morris fumbled the ball away while getting sacked, and Sams sprinted 15 yards on the next play to give Kansas State a 456 lead with 10:51 remaining in the game. Miami scored its only touchdown in the closing minutes, when backup quarterback Ryan Williams completed a short scoring pass following a long kickoff return. The Canes, opening with consecutive road games for the first time since 2005, looked like an inexperienced bunch against the senior-laden Wildcats. They had 14 players appear in their first game a week ago, including 12 freshmen from a roster that has 42 firstyear guys. The Canes’ defense never gave them a

chance to come back this time. K-State scored on its first four possessions, the streak ending when Anthony Cantele missed a field goal. Klein had touchdown runs of 1 and 6 yards, and hit Curry Sexton down the seam for a 27-yard scoring strike before the Hurricanes knew what hit them. Jake Wieclaw’s second field goal as the first half expired trimmed the Wildcats’ lead to 24-6. Klein added his third touchdown run early in the third quarter, and after the Wildcats held Miami on fourth down deep in their own territory, the gritty senior led Kansas State on a 97-yard drive highlighted by a 58-yard pass to backup tight end Zach Trujillo. This time it was Hubert capping the drive with a touchdown run. Klein’s day was done after that, and when Miami fumbled on its next possession, Sams took over the offense. The elusive freshman needed one play to scoot 15 yards for a touchdown, and then added an 11-yard scoring run late in the fourth quarter to punctuate the victory.

Wide receiver Curry Sexton hauled in his first career touchdown catch, a 27-yarder, to give K-State a 24-3 lead. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 55

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N. TEXAS

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K-STATE

35

SEPTEMBER 15, 2012 BILL SNYDER FAMILY STADIUM • MANHATTAN, KAN. SCORING SUMMARY North Texas (14) K-State

1 7 7

2 0 7

3 6 7

4 8 14

FINAL 21 35

NT - Chancellor 6 yd run (Olen kick, 4:00, 1st) KS - Lockett 96 yd kickoff return (Cantele kick, 3:47, 1st) KS - Thompson 38 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 2:24, 2nd) NT - Jimmerson 1 yd run (Olen kick failed, 7:03, 3rd) KS - Thompson 21 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 3:15, 3rd) KS - Hubert 6 yd run (Cantele kick, 13:20, 4th) KS - Klein 1 yd run (Cantele kick, 6:44, 4th) NT - Chancellor 19 yd pass from Thompson (Byrd run, 2:31, 4th) Attendance: 50,290

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

NT 21 40-145 208 25-28-0 68-353 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-87-0 1-0-0 5-34.4 2-1 3-35 37:04 7-15 1-2 3-3

KS 21 28-143 230 15-20-0 48-373 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-119-1 0-0-0 2-41.0 2-1 1-15 22:56 5-7 0-0 2-3

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) NT - Jimmerson 8-68-1, Byrd 19-61-0, Chancellor 5-24-1 KS - Klein 11-85-1, Hubert 12-38-1, Sams 4-19-0 Passing (Cmp-Att-Yds-TD-Int) NT - Thompson 25-28-208-1-0 KS - Klein 15-20-230-2-1 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) NT - Delgado 9-86-0, Chancellor 5-33-1, Byrd 4-23-0 KS - Thompson 5-102-2, Harper 5-78-0, Sexton 2-8-0

K-STATE STARTERS OFFENSE WR LT LG C RG RT TE QB RB FB WR

Harper Lucas Whitehair Finney Taylor Whitehair Tannahill Klein Hubert Wilson Lockett

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DEFENSE DE DT DT DE LB LB LB CB S S CB

Davis Lutui Sua Williams Brown Tuggle Walker Chapman Zimmerman Milo Malone

Sophomore wide receiver Tramaine Thompson hauled in five receptions for a career-high 102 yards and two touchdowns. It was the first 100-yard receiving game by a Wildcat since Texas A&M in 2011, while it was the first two-TD game since Sept. 11, 2010.

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Quarterback Collin Klein threw for 230 yards and accounted for three touchdowns, kick returner Tyler Lockett returned a kickoff 96 yards for another score and No. 15 Kansas State eased past pesky North Texas 35-21. Wide receiver Tramaine Thompson caught five passes for 102 yards and two scores, and John Hubert added a touchdown on the ground for Kansas State, which struggled to put away the tougher-than-expected Mean Green. North Texas scratched and clawed its way within 14-13 late in the third quarter before Klein and Thompson hooked up for their second touchdown. Hubert and Klein added fourth-quarter scoring runs to finally give Kansas State breathing room. Derek Thompson was 25 of 28 for 208 yards and a late TD pass for the Mean Green, who converted the 2-point conversion to get within two touchdowns with 2:31 remaining in the game. An onside kick was recovered by the Wildcats, allowing them to run out the clock. Using a ball-control offense devised by former Iowa State coach Dan McCarney - no stranger to matching wits with Kansas State’s Bill Snyder - North Texas managed to keep Klein, Hubert and the rest of the Wildcats’ potent offense standing on the sideline most of the night. The Mean Green held their Big 12 opponent to 143 yards rushing - Kansas State entered the game sixth nationally at better than 300 per game - while holding the ball an astonishing 37 minutes, 4 seconds, which prevented the Wildcats from getting into much rhythm. The Mean Green’s Brelan Chancellor capped an 11play, 55-yard drive with a 6-yard scoring run midway through the first quarter, for the fleetest of moments hushing a sellout crowd. They were back on their feet on the ensuing kickoff, when Lockett started up field, angled to his left and

then found a seam down the sideline for his third career kick return touchdown. The game was tied at 7 when North Texas had a promising drive end with a blocked field goal attempt. The Wildcats capitalized on the miscue, moseying downfield in five plays before Klein went over the top to Thompson, whose 38-yard touchdown catch gave Kansas State the lead. The Mean Green had a chance to pull even on the first drive of the second half, using nearly half of the third quarter in moving 88 yards. Antoinne Jimmerson’s short TD run capped the 14-play drive, but the extra point was wide right and Kansas State clung to a one-point lead. Klein hit Thompson a few minutes later, this time from 21 yards, and Hubert and Klein tacked on TD runs in the fourth quarter that finally allowed the purple-clad Kansas State fans to relax.

Tyler Lockett returned a kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown. It was Lockett’s third career kickoff return touchdown.

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OKLAHOMA 19

SEPTEMBER 22, 2012 MEMORIAL STADIUM • NORMAN, OKLA. SCORING SUMMARY (13) K-State (5) Oklahoma

1 0 3

2 10 3

3 0 7

4 14 6

FINAL 24 19

OU - Hunnicutt 28 yd field goal (6:16, 1st) KS - Childs 1 yd fumble recovery (Cantele kick, 12:20, 2nd) KS - Cantele 23 yd field goal (2:28, 2nd) OU - Hunnicutt 34 yd field goal (0:35, 2nd) OU - Bell 3 yd run (Hunnicutt kick, 5:00, 3rd) KS - Klein 5 yd run (Cantele kick, 13:16, 4th) KS - Hubert 9 yd (Cantele kick, 7:27, 4th) OU - Shepard 10 yd pass from Jones (Jones pass failed, 4:09, 4th) Attendance: 85,276

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

KS 19 44-213 149 13-21-0 65-362 1-1-1 0-0-0 2-50-0 1-0-0 5-37.0 0-0 3-24 34:47 7-14 1-1 3-3

OU 24 27-87 298 28-43-1 70-386 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-82-0 0-0-0 3-37.7 3-2 4-25 25:13 4-10 0-0 4-5

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Hubert 23-130-1, Klein 17-79-1, Thompson 1-5-0 OU - Whaley 9-51-0, Williams 10-34-0, Clay 2-15-0 Passing (Cmp-Att-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Klein 13-21-149-0-0 OU - Jones 28-43-298-1-1 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Lockett 4-37-0, Thompson 3-49-0, Tannahill 2-34-0 OU - Shepard 7-108-1, Stills 6-60-0, Brown 6-48-0

K-STATE STARTERS OFFENSE WR LT LG C RG RT QB RB TE WR WR

Harper Lucas Whitehair Finney Taylor Rooks Klein Hubert Tannahill Thompson Lockett

DEFENSE DE DT DT DE LB LB DB CB S S CB

Davis Lutui Sua Williams Brown Childs Evans Chapman Zimmerman Milo Malone

Justin Tuggle sacked Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones and forced Jones to fumble, which was recovered by Jarell Childs in the end zone. It was one of two touchdowns scored by the Wildcats off Sooner turnovers in the five-point victory.

NORMAN, Okla. - John Hubert ran for 130 yards and a touchdown, Jarell Childs scooped up a fumble and returned it for a score and No. 15 Kansas State beat No. 6 Oklahoma 24-19. Collin Klein picked up 228 yards of total offense and ran for the go-ahead touchdown early in the fourth quarter in a solid performance that outshined and error-filled night by Sooners quarterback Landry Jones. Jones threw for 298 yards and a late TD to get OU within five but also fumbled and threw an interception that put Kansas State in position to go ahead. The Wildcats waited for Oklahoma’s players to leave the field and then celebrated with their fans after earning redemption for a 58-17 blowout loss last season that ended their undefeated run. Jones, who threw for a school-record 505 yards in last year’s game on the Wildcats’ home field, had returned to Oklahoma instead of entering the NFL draft in part for one last shot at a national championship. That could be in jeopardy already, after another loss on a home field where the Sooners seemed invincible not so long ago. K-State coach Bill Snyder, the mentor to Sooners counterpart Bob Stoops, scored another marquee win against his former pupil. His only other win had come in the 2003 Big 12 championship game, with the Wildcats losing in the other eight meetings. A handful of critical mistakes by the Sooners’ quarterbacks did them in. Jones’ first big gaffe came as he rolled to his right near his own goal line and was hit by Justin Tuggle, with the ball squirting free. Childs picked it up and scored to give K-State an early 7-3 lead and a big shot of momentum. Oklahoma was within a yard of pulling even when Blake Bell, Jones’ backup who runs a power set called the “Belldozer,” fumbled away a snap to snuff out a promising drive.

Jones averted disaster with another bad decision in the third quarter, when he flipped the ball toward Roy Finch on a shuffle pass even though Finch was already past him. Jones scurried toward the loose ball and tried in vain to recover it, but the Sooners got it back after a review showed it was in fact an ill-advised pass instead of a botched handoff. Given a second chance, Jones completed his next six passes on the drive and put Oklahoma in position for Bell’s 3-yard touchdown run to make it 13-10 with 5 minutes left in the third quarter. After faking a handoff, Jones overshot Kenny Stills and K-State’s Ty Zimmerman zoomed in to intercept the errant throw and give the Wildcats the ball at the Oklahoma 38. Klein cashed it in seven plays later, going 5 yards on a quarterback keeper to put Kansas State up to stay at 17-13. Jones badly underthrew Brennan Clay with the pass rush closing in to close Oklahoma’s next drive and Hubert provided some breathing room with a 9-yard TD run through traffic up the middle.

John Hubert rushed for 130 yards - including a long of 36 - and one touchdown against Oklahoma. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 57

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KANSAS

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K-STATE

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OCTOBER 6, 2012 BILL SNYDER FAMILY STADIUM • MANHATTAN, KAN. SCORING SUMMARY Kansas (7) K-State

1 7 7

2 7 14

3 2 28

4 0 7

FINAL 16 56

KU - Pierson 19 yd pass from Crist (Doherty kick, 7:24, 1st) KS - Hubert 20 yd run (Cantele kick, 4:37, 1st) KU - Sims 1 yd run (Doherty kick, 13:23, 2nd) KS - Lockett 34 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 11:54, 2nd) KS - Klein 1 yd run (Cantele kick, 9:35, 2nd) KS - Tannahill 2 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 10:56, 3rd) KU - Bakare safety KS - Hubert 32 yd run (Cantele kick, 7:43, 3rd) KS - Hubert 1 yd run (Cantele kick, 5:07, 3rd) KS - Klein 28 yd run (Cantele kick, 2:21, 3rd) KS - Hubert 10 yd run (Cantele kick, 12:30, 4th) Attendance: 50,344

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

KU 24 49-175 213 19-31-3 81-388 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-161-0 0-0-0 3-31.0 2-2 2-10 36:56 8-17 2-3 2-4

KS 22 37-346 129 7-14-0 51-475 0-0-0 1-35-0 3-60-0 3-60-0 2-45.0 1-0 1-5 23:04 2-5 0-0 5-7

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KU - Sims 28-115-1, Cox 10-43-0, Doherty 1-13-0 KS - Klein 10-116-2, Hubert 10-101-4, Sams 10-67-0 Passing (Cmp-Att-Yds-TD-Int) KU - Crist 16-27-189-1-3; Cummings 2-4-8-0-0 KS - Klein 7-14-129-2-0 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KU - Pierson 6-63-1, Turzilli 5-67-0, Pick 2-26-0 KS - Harper 4-69-0, Tannahill 2-26-1, Lockett 1-34-1

K-STATE STARTERS OFFENSE WR LT LG C RG RT TE QB RB WR WR

Harper Lucas Whitehair Finney Taylor Whitehair Tannahill Klein Hubert Thompson Lockett

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DEFENSE DE DT DT DE LB LB LB CB S S CB

Davis Lutui Sua Williams Brown Tuggle Walker Chapman Zimmerman Milo Malone

John Hubert registered a career-high four rushing touchdowns to go along with 101 yards. His four scores were tied for the third most in a single game in school history, while he teamed with Collin Klein (116) for two 100-yard games for the first time since 2010.

MANHATTAN, Kan. - John Hubert ran for 101 yards and four touchdowns on just 10 carries, Collin Klein had two touchdowns running and throwing and No. 7 Kansas State routed Kansas 56-16. Klein finished with 129 yards passing and 116 yards rushing to help the Wildcats pile up more than 50 points for the third straight year against their biggest rival. They’ve won four straight against the Jayhawks since Bill Snyder returned to the sideline. The longtime K-State coach probably had some choice words for his team at halftime, when a slew of mistakes resulted in a 21-14 lead. But the Wildcats scored four touchdowns in the third quarter, three in a span of about 5 minutes, to put the game away. Kansas’ Dayne Crist threw for 189 yards and a touchdown, but he also threw three interceptions and lost a fumble. Just about everything that could go right for Kansas in the first half did. It started with a time-gobbling, 86-yard drive that kept Klein and Co. on the sideline for a good chunk of the first quarter, and ended in a 19-yard touchdown pass to Tony Pierson. Crist was 7-of-8 passing for 77 yards on the series. Kansas State answered with a 74-yard drive of its own. Hubert did almost all the work, and his 20-yard touchdown run over a gaping right side knotted the game late in the quarter. That’s when Kansas got sneaky - or downright audacious. Held to three-and-presumably-out, Kansas coach Charlie Weis told Ron Doherty to execute what amounted to a punter draw that went for a first down. The Jayhawks marched to the Kansas State 23 before they were held again, but this time they faked a field goal, and holder Blake Jablonski threw a pass to defensive end Toben Opurum - a former running back to set up Sims’ short TD run.

Kansas State needed only four plays and just over a minute to answer again. Klein scooted for 27 yards and two plays later hit Tyler Lockett in stride for a 34yard touchdown reception. After holding Kansas to three-and-out - this time the Jayhawks did punt - the Wildcats needed only three plays to score. Angelo Pease ran for 28 yards, Klein went for 31 and then the fullback-like quarterback barreled in from a yard out to make it 21-14 with 9:35 left in the half. The game quickly got out of hand in the third quarter. Klein’s 2-yard touchdown pass to Travis Tannahill made it 28-14, and after Kansas managed a safety, Tre Parmelee fumbled the ensuing kickoff to give the Wildcats the ball back. Hubert made one cut and ran untouched 32 yards for another touchdown and a 3516 lead. Crist was picked off again on the Jayhawks’ next possession and, three plays later, Hubert scored from a yard out. Klein added another touchdown run minutes later to make it 49-16.

Collin Klein accounted for four rushing touchdowns (two rushing, two passing) while rushing for 116 yards.

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K-STATE

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IOWA ST.

21

OCTOBER 13, 2012 JACK TRICE STADIUM • AMES, IOWA SCORING SUMMARY (5) K-State (25) Iowa State

1 3 0

2 14 14

3 7 0

4 3 7

FINAL 27 21

KS - Cantele 41 yd field goal (6:58, 1st) IS - Johnson 2 yd pass from Barnett (Arceo kick, 14:58, 2nd) KS - Klein 2 yd run (Cantele kick, 8:18, 2nd) IS - Brun 30 yd pass from Barnett (Arceo kick, 2:27, 2nd) KS - Klein 6 yd run (Cantele kick, 0:40, 2nd) KS - Klein 12 yd run (Cantele kick, 1:33, 3rd) IS - Woody 2 yd run (Arceo kick, 12:34, 4th) KS - Cantele 25 yd field goal (4:24, 4th) Attendance: 56,800

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

KS 25 52-177 187 16-24-0 76-364 0-0-0 1--2-0 2-31-0 1-23-0 5-39.4 1-1 9-62 40:54 8-17 1-1 5-6

IS 12 24-65 166 16-36-1 60-231 0-0-0 1-7-0 2-36-0 0-0-0 5-38.0 0-0 8-52 19:06 4-12 1-3 2-3

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Klein 25-105-3, Hubert 22-79-0, Wilson 1-2-0 IS - Barnett 8-35-0, Johnson 9-17-0, Woody 4-13-1 Passing (Cmp-Att-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Klein 16-24-187-0-0 IS - Barnett 16-36-166-2-1 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Harper 4-51-0, Tannahill 3-26-0, Lockett 2-55-0 IS - Horne 7-84-0, Brun 3-41-1, Young 3-24-0

K-STATE STARTERS OFFENSE WR LT LG C RG RT QB RB WR WR WR

Harper Lucas Whitehair Finney Taylor Rooks Klein Hubert Sexton Thompson Lockett

DEFENSE DE DT DT DE LB LB DB CB S S CB

Davis Lutui Sua Williams Brown Childs Evans Chapman Zimmerman Milo Malone

Collin Klein rushed for 105 yards and three touchdowns to lead K-State to its first win in Ames since 2003. Klein improved his career rushing touchdown total to 43, the new school record by a quarterback.

AMES, Iowa - Quarterback Collin Klein ran for 105 yards and three touchdowns and No. 6/5 Kansas State held off Iowa State, 27-21, for its fifth consecutive win over the Cyclones. Klein also threw for 187 yards for the Wildcats, who remain unbeaten heading into next week’s showdown with West Virginia. K-State grinded out 177 yards on 52 attempts on the ground, as junior running back John Hubert added 79 yards on 22 carries. Sophomore wide receiver Tyler Lockett posted a team-best 55 yards receiving on two catches, while senior wide receiver Chris Harper had a team-high four catches for 51 yards. Kansas State held the Cyclones to just 231 yards of offense and 12 first downs. Iowa State still had a chance for the game-winning drive from its own 3yard line with 2:17 left, but the Wildcats stopped the Cyclones on downs. Sophomore defensive back Randall Evans had a team-high nine tackles for K-State, while junior safety Ty Zimmerman had an interception to go with six tackles. The Wildcats held the ball for nearly 41 minutes and converted eight of 17 third downs. The win was a vintage performance by Klein, who outgained the Cyclones by himself and showed why he’s among the nation’s best quarterbacks on the run. One play in particular told the story of the day. Facing third-and-long deep in Iowa State territory, Klein hung in a collapsing pocket long enough for the right side of the field to open up. He bounced out of trouble and, with defenders going the other way, darted 12 yards to put Kansas State up 24-14 with 49 seconds left in the third quarter. But Iowa State simply wouldn’t go away. The Cyclones, helped immensely by a pass interference call on the Wildcats at the goal line, answered with a 2yard TD run by Jeff Woody to get within 24-21 with 12:34 to go.

The problem was Iowa State’s defense had already been on the field for 30 minutes by then, and the Cats wisely chose to wear the Cyclones out on the ground. Though Kansas State had to settle for a 25-yard field goal from Anthony Cantele, they burned over eight minutes driving down the field. Iowa State had just two more chances. It was stuffed on fourth down both times. Iowa State jumped ahead 7-3 on Shontrelle Johnson’s 2-yard TD run to open the second quarter. Klein answered, bullying his way through a pile of defenders for a critical fourth-down conversion at the Iowa State 3-yard line. Klein punched it in from 2 yards out to make it 10-7, Kansas State, with 8:18 left in the first half. Barnett shook off a bad interception at the Kansas State goal line with a 30-yard TD pass to a wide-open Ernst Brun in the flat. But Klein's skills as a runner helped buy him enough room to toss a 45-yard completion to Tyler Lockett, and his 6-yard TD run put the Wildcats ahead 17-14 at halftime.

Ty Zimmerman picked off his third pass in as many games at the goal line to halt a potential Iowa State scoring drive. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 59

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GAME

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W. VIRGINIA 14

OCTOBER 20, 2012 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM â&#x20AC;˘ MORGANTOWN, W.VA. SCORING SUMMARY 1 (3) K-State 10 (15) W. Virginia 0

2 21 7

3 21 0

4 3 7

FINAL 55 14

KS - Cantele 33 yd field goal (11:25, 1st) KS - Lockett 10 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 3:33, 1st) KS - Klein 1 yd run (Cantele kick, 11:23, 2nd) KS - Klein 8 yd run (Cantele kick, 4:27, 2nd) WV - Austin 100 yd kickoff return (Bitancurt kick, 4:13, 2nd) KS - Klein 1 yd run (Cantele kick, 0:17, 2nd) KS - Harper 21 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 13:55, 3rd) KS - Klein 1 yd run (Cantele kick, 9:00, 3rd) KS - Lockett 20 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 2:25, 3rd) WV - Austin 5 yd pass from Smith (Bitancurt kick, 7:31, 4th) KS - Cantele 42 yd field goal (3:48, 4th) Attendance: 60,101

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

KS 24 39-146 333 20-23-0 62-479 0-0-0 2-32-0 3-105-0 2-8-0 1-47.0 0-0 6-55 33:22 6-9 0-0 7-7

WV 18 27-88 155 23-35-2 62-243 0-0-0 0-0-0 8-235-1 0-0-0 4-39.2 1-0 4-29 26:38 7-14 1-2 1-3

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Hubert 16-52-0, Pease 7-46-0, Klein 12-41-4 WV - Garrison 9-54-0, Buie 11-49-0, Smith 7--15-0 Passing (Cmp-Att-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Klein 19-21-323-3-0; Sams 1-2-10-0-0 WV - Smith 21-32-143-1-2; Millard 2-3-12-0-0 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Lockett 9-194-2, Harper 6-96-1, Thompson 2-19-0 WV - Austin 6-34-1, Bailey 4-34-0, Garrison 4-30-0

K-STATE STARTERS OFFENSE WR LT LG C RG RT TE QB FB RB WR

Harper Lucas Whitehair Finney Taylor Whitehair Tannahill Klein Wilson Hubert Lockett

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DEFENSE DE DT DT DE LB LB CB S S CB CB

Davis Lutui Sua Williams Brown Childs Chapman Zimmerman Milo Evans Malone

AP Collin Klein threw for a career-high 323 yards and three touchdowns on 19-of-21 aim to lead K-State to its highest point total on the road against a ranked team in school history. Klein accounted for seven touchdowns as he also ran for four.

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Collin Klein ran for four touchdowns and threw three TD passes as fourthranked Kansas State got little resistance from West Virginia in a 55-14 victory that turned a matchup of Heisman Trophy contenders into a campaign ad for the Wildcatsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; quarterback. Klein was 19 for 21 for a career-high 323 yards and ran for 41 yards for the Wildcats, while Geno Smith threw his first two interceptions of the season and finished 21 for 32 for 143 yards. Kansas State scored on its first eight possessions, making it 52-7 with 2:25 minutes left in the third quarter when Klein hit Tyler Lockett over the middle for a 20-yard score. Milan-Puskar Stadium was already half empty by that point, and a long line cars was creeping out of the parking lot. The first meeting since 1931 of the new Big 12 rivals was so lopsided that by the time it was finished it was hard to even remember that this matchup started as a battle for first in the conference. With the Mountaineers seemingly determined to at least stop the run early, Klein completed his first seven passes, including a 10-yard touchdown that Lockett made a stretching, toe-dragging catch on in the back corner of the end zone. That made it 10-0 in the first. The K-State running game went to work on the third drive and Klein finished that off with a 1-yard plunge. Klein made it 24-0 on the next Kansas State drive, taking an option keeper 8 yards. That gave him 39 rushing touchdowns over the last two seasons to break an FBS record held by Eric Crouch of Nebraska and Stacey Robinson of Northern Illinois. Tavon Austin finally put a little life back into the sellout crowd when he took the ensuing kickoff back 100 yards for a score with 4:12 left in the first half. The bad news for West Virginia was that it gave the Wildcats more than enough time to get the ball back

in the end zone -- which they did. Klein hit Lockett deep for 44 yards and a few plays later he finished off the drive with another 1-yard dive. The first half onslaught went like this for Kansas State: five possessions, 346 yards, four touchdowns and a field goal. The offense was unstoppable and the defense was just as good, holding Smith to 62 yards by flooding the secondary with defenders and taking away the down field throws. The second half began with a little history. Smith, who had completed a NCAA record 273 straight pass attempts without recording an interception, saw his first pass of the second half tipped in the air by Wildcat defensive back Randall Evans and the ball landed in the hands on linebacker Arthur Brown. Two plays later, Klein found Chris Harper in the back of the end zone for a 21-yard touchdown that put Kansas State ahead 38-7. Two possessions later, K-State got to a Smith pass again as Ty Zimmerman picked off his fourth pass in as many games, the most under Bill Snyder.

AP Sophomore Tyler Lockett hauled in two touchdown passes as part of his 9-catch, 194-yard evening.

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OCTOBER 27, 2012 BILL SNYDER FAMILY STADIUM • MANHATTAN, KAN. SCORING SUMMARY (14) Texas Tech (3) K-State

1 7 3

2 3 10

3 7 21

4 7 21

FINAL 24 55

TT - Ward 32 yd pass from Doege (Bustin kick, 11:46, 1st) KS - Cantele 34 yd field goal (0:15, 1st) TT - Bustin 37 yd field goal (12:37, 2nd) KS - Hubert 4 yd run (Cantele kick, 8:45, 2nd) KS - Cantele 19 yd field goal (1:35, 2nd) KS - Thompson 21 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 11:31, 3rd) KS - Klein 16 yd run (Cantele kick, 10:32, 3rd) TT - Foster 8 yd run (Bustin kick, 6:18, 3rd) KS - Klein 22 yd run (Cantele kick, 4:29, 3rd) KS - Hubert 15 yd run (Cantele kick, 12:48, 4th) KS - Brown 37 yd interception return (Cantele kick, 11:47, 4th) KS - Pease 7 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 7:37, 4th) TT - Ward 4 yd pass from Doege (Bustin kick, 2:33, 4th) Attendance: 50,766

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

TT 26 27-111 331 35-50-1 77-442 0-0-0 0-0-0 7-116-0 0-0-0 3-26.3 2-2 6-80 29:26 6-13 1-1 3-3

KS 30 36-193 233 19-27-0 63-426 2-75-0 0-0-0 4-59-0 1-37-1 2-32.5 1-0 4-45 30:34 6-11 0-0 6-6

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) TT - Williams 15-81-0, Stephens 3-17-0, Foster 4-15-1 KS - Klein 12-83-2, Hubert 14-64-2, Sams 3-17-0 Passing (Cmp-Att-Yds-TD-Int) TT - Doege 25-50-331-2-1 KS - Klein 19-26-233-2-0 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) TT - Ward 11-161-2, Moore 9-63-0, Zouzalik 3-37-0 KS - Lockett 7-62-0, Harper 5-99-0, Thompson 3-34-1

K-STATE STARTERS OFFENSE WR LT LG C RG RT TE QB FB RB WR

Harper Lucas Whitehair Finney Taylor Rooks Tannahill Klein Wilson Hubert Lockett

DEFENSE DE DT DT DE LB LB CB S S CB CB

Davis Lutui Sua Williams Brown Childs Chapman Zimmerman Milo Evans Malone

Senior linebacker Arthur Brown intercepted a tipped ball and returned in 37 yards for a touchdown. It was his third career interception and second in as many weeks as he also grabbed a tipped pass thrown by West Virginia’s Geno Smith.

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Collin Klein accounted for four touchdowns, linebacker Arthur Brown returned an interception 37 yards for another score and No. 4 KState roughed up No. 15 Texas Tech 55-24. Klein was 19 of 26 for 233 yards and two touchdowns, and had 83 yards and two more scores on the ground - bolstering his credentials for the Heisman Trophy. Most of the offense came in the second half as the Wildcats blew open a 13-10 game to improve to 8-0 for the first time since 1999. Seth Doege threw for 331 yards and two touchdowns for the Red Raiders, but also had a costly interception. Doege had thrown for 13 touchdowns in wins over West Virginia and TCU the last two weeks to jump into the Heisman conversation. Of course, Klein is a major part of that discussion. The senior quarterback moved into seventh in Big 12 history with 49 touchdowns rushing. And his vastly improved passing game has helped the Wildcats pile up big points on offense this year. The Red Raiders’ second-half meltdown was similar to last year’s matchup in Lubbock, when they blew a 28-20 lead against Kansas State by turning it over three times in the fourth quarter. Things started off well enough for Texas Tech. Doege completed six of his first eight passes. An encroachment penalty kept the drive alive, and Doege finished it off with a 32-yard TD toss to Eric Ward. The Wildcats, meanwhile, couldn’t get anything going. Klein was sacked to end their first series, and had a pass tipped on third down to end their second. By the end of the quarter, Kansas State had just 19 yards of offense. The defense provided a jolt late in the quarter when Meshak Williams delivered a crushing blindside hit on Doege, popping the ball loose. Jarrell Childs went the other way for what appeared to be a TD return, but an illegal block brought the ball back to the Tech 14.

K-State had to settle for an Anthony Cantele field goal. Ryan Bustin matched it with a 37-yarder to cap the Red Raiders’ next possession, but Hubert capped off K-State’s ensuing drive by winning a race to the pylon after getting stood up at the line of scrimmage. Bustin had a 50-yard field goal blocked on Texas Tech’s next series, and K-State’s quick-strike offense set up a 19-yarder by Cantele for the halftime lead. It was a sign that everything was starting to go right for the Wildcats. Four straight plays of 10-plus yards to start the second half led to a 21-yard TD toss from Klein to Tramaine Thompson. And after Ward fumbled on the Red Raiders’ first offensive play of the third quarter, Klein needed only two plays to scamper in from 16 yards out for a 27-10 lead. Sadale Foster’s touchdown run gave the Red Raiders some flickering hope, but Klein added a 22yard TD run, Hubert had a 15-yarder early in the fourth quarter, and Brown's pick-six snuffed it out completely. Pease added his score midway through the quarter to cap the scoring binge.

Quarterback Collin Klein was 19-of-26 for 233 yards and 2 TDs in the air and also scored two more on the ground. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 61

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NOVEMBER 3, 2012 BILL SNYDER FAMILY STADIUM • MANHATTAN, KAN. SCORING SUMMARY 1 (24) Oklahoma St. 7 (2) K-State 7

2 10 24

3 3 7

4 10 6

FINAL 30 44

OS - Hays 54 yd pass from Lunt (Sharp kick, 9:02, 1st) KS - Hubert 1 yd run (Cantele kick, 5:58, 1st) KS - Cantele 23 yd field goal (14:13, 2nd) KS - Hubert 5 yd run (Cantele kick, 10:51, 2nd) OS - Sharp 25 yd field goal (7:47, 2nd) KS - Lockett 100 yd kickoff return (Cantele kick, 7:35, 2nd) OS - Roland 80 yd kickoff return (Sharp kick, 7:24, 2nd) KS - Chapman 29 yd interception return (Cantele kick, 2:35, 2nd) KS - Klein 1 yd run (Cantele kick, 9:47, 3rd) OS - Sharp 43 yd field goal (7:07, 3rd) KS - Cantele 37 yd field goal (14:50, 4th) OS - Moore 13 yd pass from Chelf (Sharp kick, 13:06, 4th) KS - Cantele 40 yd field goal (10:47, 4th) OS - Charp 28 yd field goal (8:51, 4th) Attendance: 50,781

TEAM STATISTICS OS First Downs 26 Rushes-Yards (NET) 24-87 Passing Yards(NET) 417 Pass Comp-Att-Int 27-47-4 TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS 71-504 Fumble Returns-Yards-TD 0-0-0 Punt Returns-Yards-TD 0-0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD 5-160-1 Interception Returns-Yards-TD 0-0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-40.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 Penalties-Yards 5-44 Possession Time 22:08 Third-Down Conversions 3-12 Fourth-Down Conversions 1-1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4

KS 25 43-191 290 21-28-0 71-481 1-3-0 2-39-0 4-199-1 4-29-1 4-40.8 0-0 2-13 37:52 5-13 0-0 5-6

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) OS - Randle 15-43-0, Chelf 4-33-0, Smith 3-9-0 KS - Pease 9-72-0, Klein 17-64-1, Hubert 9-38-2 Passing (Cmp-Att-Yds-TD-Int) OS - Chlef 16-27-233-1-1; Lunt 11-20-184-1-3 KS - Klein 16-22-245-0-0; Sams 5-6-45-0-0 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) OS - Stewart 8-92-0, Moore 7-135-1, Hays 4-81-1 KS - Harper 5-90-0, Lockett 5-75-0, Tannahill 5-48-0

K-STATE STARTERS OFFENSE WR LT LG C RG RT TE QB FB RB WR

Harper Lucas Whitehair Finney Taylor Whitehair Tannahill Klein Wilson Hubert Lockett

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DEFENSE DE DT DT DE LB LB CB S S CB CB

Davis Lutui Sua Williams Brown Childs Chapman Zimmerman Milo Evans Malone

Senior Allen Chapman recorded three interceptions, including one he returned 29 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter. Chapman’s three picks were tied for second place in a single game in school history.

MANHATTAN, Kan. - No. 2 Kansas State used 199 yards in kickoff returns and three interceptions by senior Allen Chapman to post a 44-30 win over No. 24 Oklahoma State at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The win kept the Wildcats’ unbeaten, as the squad moved to 9-0 for the first time since 1999. Senior quarterback Collin Klein threw for 245 yards and ran for 64 more before sneaking in for his 50th career rushing touchdown with 9:47 left in the third quarter. He was replaced by back-up Daniel Sams, who finished the game with 45 yards on 5-of-6 passing and 20 yards rushing. Oklahoma State’s Wes Lunt left with an injury after throwing his third interception in the third quarter. The freshman quarterback, who missed six weeks with a knee injury earlier this year, threw for 184 yards and a touchdown before giving way to Clint Chelf. By that point, the Wildcats simply had to protect a 38-17 lead. Chapman became the first Wildcat with three interceptions in game since Chris Canty also had three against Akron on Sept. 23, 1995. He returned one for 29 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter. John Hubert had a pair of TD runs, and Tyler Lockett returned a kickoff 100 yards for another score. Chelf finished 16 of 27 for 233 yards and a touchdown for the Cowboys. This one was just about as wild as last season’s matchup in Stillwater, when the Cowboys held on in the final minutes after the teams combined for 32 fourth-quarter points. Oklahoma State struck first when Lunt hit Austin Hays for a 54-yard touchdown reception, but the Wildcats came back with 17 unanswered points - Hubert’s two touchdown runs were sandwiched around the first of Anthony Cantele's three field goals. Quinn Sharp added the first of his three field goals to get the Cowboys within 17-10 before the fireworks really started: Lockett fielded the ensuing kickoff deep

in his end zone and went the distance for his fourth career TD return, and Desmond Roland answered by fielding a short kickoff by Kansas State and going 80 yards for another touchdown return. Chapman’s picksix made it 31-17 at halftime. The Cowboys had the ball to start the second half, and Lunt appeared to get hurt while throwing an interception to Nigel Malone and never returned. The Wildcats marched 93 yards before Klein’s touchdown plunge from a yard out made it 38-17. Daniel Sams played the rest of the way for K-State. Sharp and Cantele traded field goals before Chelf hit Charlie Moore for a 13-yard touchdown to get OSU within 41-27. The two kickers traded field goals again before Cantele missed from 24 yards to give Oklahoma State the ball with 4 1/2 minutes left in the game. The Cowboys marched to the K-State 8, but Chapman picked off Chelf in the end zone for his final interception of the night. The three picks were one shy of Jaime Mendez’s school record set against Temple on Sept. 26, 1992.

Tyler Lockett returned a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown. It was his fourth career kickoff-return score.

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NOVEMBER 17, 2012 AMON G. CARTER STADIUM • FORT WORTH, TEXAS SCORING SUMMARY (2) K-State TCU

1 10 0

2 3 0

3 10 0

4 0 10

FINAL 23 10

KS - Klein 7 yd run (Cantele kick, 8:14, 1st) KS - Cantele 41 yd field goal (2:59, 1st) KS - Cantele 20 yd field goal (0:28, 2nd) KS - Klein 34 yd run (Cantele kick, 8:21, 3rd) KS - Cantele 27 yd field goal (4:24, 3rd) TC - Oberkrom 35 yd field goal (6:59, 4th) TC - Carter 19 yd pass from Boykin (Oberkrom kick, 0:47, 4th) Attendance: 47,292

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

KS 12 34-115 145 12-21-1 55-260 0-0-0 3-30-0 1-6-0 1-30-0 5-45.8 1-1 1-5 29:44 5-13 0-0 4-4

TC 15 33-96 178 18-33-1 66-274 0-0-0 1--5-0 3-77-0 1-0-0 7-36.9 2-1 4-25 30:16 4-15 0-1 2-2

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Klein 15-50-2, Pease 6-26-0, Hubert 11-23-0 TC - Tucker 10-64-0, Catalon 8-44-0, Brown 3-1-0 Passing (Cmp-Att-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Klein 12-21-145-0-1 TC - Boykin 17-30-164-1-1, Brown 1-3-14-0-0 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Thompson 4-35-0, Lockett 2-28-0, Hubert 2-10-0 TC - Boyce 6-69-0, Dawson 2-36-0, Carter 2-24-1

K-STATE STARTERS OFFENSE WR LT LG C RG RT TE QB FB RB WR

Harper Lucas Whitehair Finney Taylor Rooks Tannahill Klein Wilson Hubert Lockett

DEFENSE DE DT DT DE LB LB LB CB S S CB

Davis Lutui Sua Williams Brown Childs Tuggle Chapman Zimmerman Milo Malone

Collin Klein rushed for two touchdowns, including this 34-yarder that gave K-State a 20-0 lead in the third quarter. It was his 52nd career rushing touchdown, which moved him into sole possession of fourth place in Big 12 history.

FORT WORTH, Texas - No. 2 Kansas State used a stellar defensive effort to earn a 23-10 win at TCU and move to 10-0 for the first time since 1998. The win gave the Wildcats back-to-back 10-win seasons for the first time since 2002 and 2003 and moved them to 7-0 in league play for just the second time in school history. In their first meeting with TCU as a Big 12 member, the Wildcats forced a pair of turnovers and registered a season-high six sacks to hold the Horned Frogs to a season-low 10 points. K-State nearly had the shutout before TCU registered a field goal with 6:59 left in the fourth quarter and a touchdown with just 47 seconds left. It was the fewest points scored by the Frogs since also tallying 10 against Boise State in 2010 Fiesta Bowl and the fewest at home under head coach Gary Patterson. Senior quarterback Collin Klein ran for two touchdowns to extend his school career record to 52 and move into sole possession of fourth place in Big 12 history. He accounted for 50 yards on 15 carries, while he added 145 yards passing on 12-of-21 attempts. Senior placekicker Anthony Cantele accounted for the rest of the Wildcats’ points with field goals of 41, 20 and 27 yards. He missed on a 48-yarder just before halftime after an interception by safety Ty Zimmerman. Klein opened the game with just his third interception of the season, as freshman defensive end Devonte Fields made a diving catch for his first career pick. However, the Horned Frogs failed to take advantage by going three-and-out. By time they got the ball back, TCU was trailing for good and on way to its third consecutive home loss, all to Big 12 teams. Klein’s next play was a 62-yard pass to wide receiver Chris Harper, who got an extra 15 yards or so on the play dragging defenders after making the catch

near midfield. That drive ended with Klein’s 7-yard touchdown run. When TCU punted again, wide receiver Tremaine Thompson had a 33-yard punt return to the Frogs 41. The first of Cantele’s three field goals, a 41-yarder, made it 10-0. Klein’s had two rushing touchdowns in the contest to give him 19 for the season, which ties for third place in school history. Patterson, TCU’s winningest coach with 115 wins in 12 seasons, started his coaching career as a KState graduate assistant in 1982, long before Snyder got there, and was part of the Wildcats’ first bowl team. He played there the previous two seasons, as a safety and linebacker who played a lot on scout teams and a little on special teams. Kansas State had a 13-0 lead after Cantele made a 20-yard field goal with 28 seconds left in the first half. That came after Deante Gray tried to field a punt that sailed over his head, and it was recovered at the Frogs 5.

Ty Zimmerman picked off his 10th career pass against the Horned Frogs. He is now tied for sixth in school history. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 63

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NOVEMBER 17, 2012 FLOYD CASEY STADIUM â&#x20AC;˘ WACO, TEXAS SCORING SUMMARY (1) K-State Baylor

1 7 14

2 10 14

3 7 24

4 0 0

FINAL 24 52

BU - Reese 38 yd pass from Florence (Jones, 13:04, 1st) KS - Miller 8 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 9:47, 1st) BU - Florence 12 yd run (Jones kick, 6:29, 1st) BU - Williams 22 yd pass from Florence (Jones kick, 6:42, 2nd) BU - Martin 2 yd run (Jones kick, 2:54, 2nd) KS - Harper 7 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 1:47, 2nd) KS - Cantele 23 yd field goal (0:00, 2nd) BU - Martin 4 yd run (Jones kick, 13:19, 3rd) KS - Klein 1 yd run (Cantele kick, 12:25, 3rd) BU - Jones 50 yd field goal (7:58, 3rd) BU - Martin 15 yd run (Jones kick, 4:32, 3rd) BU - Seastrunk 80 yd run (Jones kick, 0:58, 3rd) Attendance: 38,029

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Comp-Att-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

KS 21 31-76 286 27-51-3 82-362 0-0-0 2-34-0 4-130-0 2-0-0 5-47.2 1-0 4-60 30:18 8-19 3-5 4-6

BU 29 49-342 238 20-32-2 81-580 0-0-0 1-13-0 4-61-0 3-18-0 3-48.0 1-0 5-65 29:42 10-15 1-1 4-4

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Hubert 10-43-0, Klein 17-39-1, Pease 2-3-0 BU - Seastrunk 19-185-1, Martin 19-113-3, Florence 9-47-1 Passing (Cmp-Att-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Klein 27-50-286-2-3 BU - Florence 20-32-238-2-2 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Harper 11-123-1, Tannahill 6-55-0, Thompson 4-55-0 BU - Williams 5-87-1, Reese 5-61-1, Norwood 4-43-0

K-STATE STARTERS OFFENSE WR LT LG C RG RT TE QB RB WR WR

Harper Lucas Stiverson Finney Taylor Whitehair Tannahill Klein Hubert Miller Thompson

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DEFENSE DE DT DT DE LB LB CB S S CB CB

Davis Lutui Sua Williams Brown Childs Chapman Zimmerman Milo Evans Malone

Senior wide receiver Chris Harper hauled in 11 receptions for 123 yards and a touchdown. His 11 catches were tied for seventh in school history and were the most by a Wildcat since 2008. Harper moved to 10th in school history in career receptions.

WACO, Texas - Baylor used a 24-point third-quarter to break open a tight game, as the Bears earned their first win over a No. 1 team in school history with a 5224 victory over Kansas State at Floyd Casey Stadium. Wide receiver Glasco Martin ran for three touchdowns, running back Lache Seastrunk had 185 yards rushing with an 80-yard score and Baylor moved within one win of bowl eligibility, while handing K-State its first loss after it won its first 10 games of 2012. Senior quarterback Collin Klein became the first quarterback at a Bowl Championship Series (BCS) school to record 20 rushing touchdowns and 10 passing touchdowns in back-to-back seasons. He threw 286 yards on 50 pass attempts, but did throw a career-high three interceptions while under constant pressure most of the night. Nick Florence, the successor to Heisman winner Robert Griffin III, threw for 238 yards. Both of his touchdowns came in the first half when the Bears jumped out to a 28-7 lead. It was on the same weekend last November, on another Saturday night in Waco, when Griffin and Baylor upset then fifth-ranked Oklahoma after two teams ahead of the Sooners had already lost that day. Kansas State has Thanksgiving week off before playing their regular season finale Dec. 1 at home against No. 18 Texas. If the Wildcats beat Texas, they will be guaranteed at least a share of the Big 12 title and get the league's automatic BCS spot. Klein, who finished 27-of-50 passing, had thrown only three interceptions the first 10 games. After Martinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 2-yard touchdown put Baylor up 287 with 2:54 left in the first half, Kansas State scored 10 consecutive points before the break - and then got the ball to start the second half, only to have Klein throw his second interception. There was a classic 13-yard run by Klein to start the second half, then two deep incompletions before

he was picked off by Sam Holl, who returned it to the Kansas State 38. Four plays later, after a Florence 13yard keeper, Martin scored on a 4-yard run to make it 35-17. The Wildcats then got a 50-yard kickoff return from Tramaine Thompson, but Klein had three consecutive incompletions leading to a punt that pinned Baylor at its 1. Florence threw an interception, Randall Evans grabbing the ball at the 1 but immediately getting dragged down by intended receiver Terrance Williams. Klein plunged in from a yard out on the next play, but that would be the last score for the Wildcats. On the first play after Klein was picked off in the end zone late in the third quarter, Seastrunk took a handoff and raced 80 yards for the score. Chris Harper had 11 catches for 123 yards. His 11 receptions were tied for the seventh most in school history.

Wide receiver Torell Miller hauled in his first career touchdown pass to get K-State on the board.

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DECEMBER 1, 2012 BILL SNYDER FAMILY STADIUM • MANHATTAN, KAN. SCORING SUMMARY (18) Texas (6) K-State

1 0 7

2 10 0

3 7 14

4 7 21

FINAL 24 42

KS - Klein 1 yd run (Cantele kick, 11:33, 1st) UT - Jordan 37 yd field goal (12:00, 2nd) UT - Shipley 14 yd pass from McCoy (Jordan kick, 7:19, 2nd) KS - Hubert 2 yd run (Cantele kick, 10:59, 3rd) UT - Brown 2 yd run (Jordan kick, 7:24, 3rd) KS - Hubert 2 yd run (Cantele kick, 0:47, 3rd) KS - Lockett 55 yd pass from Klein (Cantele kick, 14:06, 4th) KS - Hubert 1 yd run (Cantele kick, 3:11, 4th) KS - Klein 9 yd run (Cantele kick, 1:53, 4th) UT - Brown 9 yd pass from McCoy (Jordan kick, 0:58, 4th) Attendance: 50,912

TEAM STATISTICS UT First Downs 21 Rushes-Yards (NET) 30-99 Passing Yards(NET) 314 Pass Comp-Att-Int 26-35-2 TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS 65-413 Fumble Returns-Yards-TD 0-0-0 Punt Returns-Yards-TD 2--2-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD 6-140-0 Interception Returns-Yards-TD 1-0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-43.3 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 Penalties-Yards 6-69 Possession Time 29:05 Third-Down Conversions 5-12 Fourth-Down Conversions 1-2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-5

KS 15 45-178 184 8-14-1 59-362 0-0-0 1-9-0 2-50-0 2-64-0 4-38.5 1-0 3-35 30:55 8-13 0-0 5-6

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) UT - Monroe 1-46-0, Brown 7-40-1, Gray 12-29-0 KS - Klein 23-103-2, Hubert 14-66-3, Pease 3-8-0 Passing (Cmp-Att-Yds-TD-Int) UT - McCoy 26-34-314-2-2; McCrary 0-1-0-0-0 KS - Klein 8-14-184-1-1 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) UT - Brown 6-43-1, Johnson 5-85-0, Shipley 5-68-1 KS - Harper 3-59-0, Lockett 2-73-1, Thompson 2-23-0

K-STATE STARTERS OFFENSE WR LT LG C RG RT TE QB FB RB WR

Harper Lucas Stiverson Finney Taylor Whitehair Tannahill Klein Wilson Hubert McFall

DEFENSE DE DT DT DE LB LB LB CB S S CB

Davis Lutui Sua Williams Brown Childs Tuggle Chapman Barnett Milo Malone

Collin Klein accounted for three touchdowns in his final home game in a K-State uniform. Klein led the Wildcats to a 35-point second half as they clinched their third conference championship in school history and first since 2003.

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Senior quarterback Collin Klein threw for a touchdown and ran for two scores and No. 7 Kansas State beat No. 23 Texas 42-24 for its second Big 12 Championship and a trip to the Fiesta Bowl. The Wildcats had never played for a conference championship in their last game at home, and had never had a player end the regular season in such close contention for the Heisman Trophy as Klein. Neither of his main competitors, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel nor Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o, played this weekend. So Klein, a multitalented senior, had the stage all to himself, one last chance to burnish his credentials for what would be Kansas State's first Heisman. In front of their sixth sellout in seven home games, the Wildcats tied their team record for victories in a season and matched Oklahoma’s Big 12 record. Kansas State has beaten Texas five in a row. The Sooners beat TCU earlier Saturday and immediately donned caps and T-shirts declaring themselves Big 12 champs. But Kansas State’s 24-19 win at Oklahoma on Sept. 22 gives them the tiebreaker and sends them into the Fiesta Bowl. After a slow start, Klein wound up hitting 8 of 14 passes for 184 yards and added 108 yards rushing on 23 carries. John Hubert scored three touchdowns. Texas led 10-7 at halftime. But with Klein hitting a 29-yard pass and Hubert breaking free for 28 yards, Kansas State soared 75 yards in seven plays, with Hubert scoring from the 2. Hubert also had a 2-yard TD run with 47 seconds left in the third quarter and scored on a 1-yard run for a 35-17 lead with a little more than 3 minutes to go after Drew Liddle recovered Texas’ muffed punt. A few minutes later, Allen Chapman intercepted Case McCoy’s pass and ran it back 35 yards, setting up Klein’s 9-yard TD run for a 42-17 lead with 1:53 left.

McCoy threw a 14-yard TD pass to Jaxon Shipley in the second quarter and a 9-yard pass to Malcom Brown less than 1 minute left in the game. Brown also scored on a 2-yard run in the second quarter. McCoy hit 26-of-34 passes for 314 yards, with two interceptions. He was sacked four times by a swarming Kansas State defense. The Wildcats’ lone touchdown of the first half came on a 1-yard run by Klein and after an embarrassing lapse by defensive back Nigel Malone. With perfect timing, Malone jumped in front of McCoy’s intended receiver on Texas’ second possession, made the interception and sped 30 yards into the end zone. But the ball only traveled the 29. The play was initially ruled a touchdown, but upon review, it was determined Malone had let go of the ball and allowed it drop to the ground just as he was about to step across the goal line. So it was placed on the 1 and Klein plowed into the end zone for his 21st rushing TD of the season and No. 54 for his career.

John Hubert ran for 66 yards and three touchdowns. It was his fourth multi-touchdown game of the season. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 65

2012 BIG 12 RECAP

2012 STANDINGS

BIG 12 CONFERENCE

OVERALL

W-L

PCT

PF

PA

W-L

PCT

PF

PA

BOWL GAME (OPPONENT)

Kansas State|

8-1

.889

350

210

11-1

.917

488

253

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl (Oregon)

Oklahoma

8-1

.889

377

240

10-2

.833

483

290

AT&T Cotton Bowl (Texas A&M)

Texas

5-4

.556

285

305

8-4

.667

433

353

Valero Alamo Bowl (Oregon State)

Oklahoma State

5-4

.556

349

270

7-5

.583

536

353

Heart of Dallas Bowl (Purdue)

Baylor

4-5

.444

375

369

7-5

.583

529

458

Holiday Bowl (UCLA)

TCU

4-5

.444

302

352

7-5

.583

352

277

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl (Michigan State)

Texas Tech

4-5

.444

302

252

7-5

.583

453

382

Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas (Minnesota)

West Virginia

4-5

.444

357

390

7-5

.583

499

457

New Era Pinstripe Bowl (Syracuse)

Iowa State

3-6

.333

218

248

6-6

.500

302

280

AutoZone Liberty Bowl (Tulsa)

Kansas

0-9

.000

141

361

1-11

.083

219

433

| Big 12 Champion

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING OFFENSE 1. Oklahoma State 2. Baylor 3. West Virginia 4. Kansas State 5. Oklahoma 6. Texas Tech 7. Texas 8. TCU 9. Iowa State 10. Kansas

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

TD 66 69 67 62 63 58 58 42 39 27

FG 25 16 11 18 15 16 10 19 11 10

XPT 65 65 62 62 56 55 53 41 35 25

2XP 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

SAF 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

PTS 536 529 499 488 483 453 433 352 302 219

AVG/G 44.7 44.1 41.6 40.7 40.2 37.8 36.1 29.3 25.2 18.2

PASS OFFENSE 1. Texas Tech 2. Baylor 3. Oklahoma 4. West Virginia 5. Oklahoma State 6. Texas 7. TCU 8. Iowa State 9. Kansas State 10. Kansas

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

CMP 386 284 341 359 287 247 224 252 186 148

ATT 547 462 522 509 461 365 373 430 282 313

INT 14 13 10 7 16 10 11 15 7 13

PCT. 70.6 61.5 65.3 70.5 62.3 67.7 60.1 58.6 66.0 47.3

YDS 4343 4239 4096 4091 4001 3180 2874 2613 2545 1784

AVG 7.9 9.2 7.8 8.0 8.7 8.7 7.7 6.1 9.0 5.7

TD 42 32 29 42 29 23 26 27 15 7

YDS/G 361.9 353.2 341.3 340.9 333.4 265.0 239.5 217.8 212.1 148.7

SCORING DEFENSE 1. Kansas State 2. TCU 3. Iowa State 4. Oklahoma 5. Oklahoma State Texas 7. Texas Tech 8. Kansas 9. West Virginia 10. Baylor

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

TD 30 33 33 35 44 43 47 54 60 62

FG 14 16 16 16 15 18 18 19 12 8

XPT 27 29 28 28 40 37 46 52 57 62

2XP 1 1 2 1 2 1 0 0 1 0

DXP 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

SAF 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

PTS 253 277 280 290 353 353 382 433 457 458

AVG/G 21.1 23.1 23.3 24.2 29.4 29.4 31.8 36.1 38.1 38.2

PASS DEFENSE 1. Texas Tech 2. Oklahoma 3. Texas 4. TCU 5. Kansas State 6. Iowa State 7. Oklahoma State 8. Kansas 9. Baylor 10. West Virginia

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

CMP 191 197 193 220 284 277 310 272 331 265

ATT 347 385 322 407 450 452 510 403 517 410

INT 7 12 13 21 18 13 9 11 18 9

PCT. 55.0 51.2 59.9 54.1 63.1 61.3 60.8 67.5 64.0 64.6

YDS 2350 2372 2562 2737 3064 3356 3428 3471 3877 3925

AVG 6.8 6.2 8.0 6.7 6.8 7.4 6.7 8.6 7.5 9.6

TD 23 9 16 21 16 18 18 26 33 36

YDS/G 195.8 197.7 213.5 228.1 255.3 279.7 285.7 289.2 323.1 327.1

RUSHING OFFENSE 1. Baylor 2. Oklahoma State 3. Kansas 4. Kansas State 5. West Virginia 6. Texas 7. Oklahoma 8. TCU 9. Iowa State 10. Texas Tech

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

ATT 530 478 558 489 431 461 400 482 437 375

YDS 2706 2586 2540 2390 2131 2112 1975 1890 1853 1674

AVG 5.1 5.4 4.6 4.9 4.9 4.6 4.9 3.9 4.2 4.5

TD 33 34 19 41 21 31 30 12 10 14

YDS/G 225.5 215.5 211.7 199.2 177.6 176.0 164.6 157.5 154.4 139.5

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. West Virginia 2. Texas Tech 3. Texas 4. Baylor 5. Kansas State 6. Oklahoma State 7. Oklahoma 8. TCU 9. Iowa State 10. Kansas

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

CMP 359 386 247 284 186 287 341 224 252 148

ATT 509 547 365 462 282 461 522 373 430 313

PCT 7 14 10 13 7 16 10 11 15 13

INT 70.5 70.6 67.7 61.5 66.0 62.3 65.3 60.1 58.6 47.3

YDS 4091 4343 3180 4239 2545 4001 4096 2874 2613 1784

TD 42 42 23 32 15 29 29 26 27 7

EFFIC 162.5 157.5 156.2 155.8 154.4 149.0 145.7 141.9 123.4 94.2

RUSHING DEFENSE 1. TCU 2. Kansas State 3. Oklahoma State 4. West Virginia 5. Iowa State 6. Texas Tech 7. Oklahoma 8. Baylor 9. Kansas 10. Texas

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

ATT. 380 385 452 483 471 468 454 483 450 496

YARDS 1247 1445 1687 1710 1982 2057 2173 2290 2311 2385

AVG. 3.3 3.8 3.7 3.5 4.2 4.4 4.8 4.7 5.1 4.8

TD 10 12 19 21 15 18 23 28 26 26

YDS/G 103.9 120.4 140.6 142.5 165.2 171.4 181.1 190.8 192.6 198.8

PASS EFFICIENCY DEF 1. Oklahoma 2. TCU 3. Kansas State 4. Oklahoma State 5. Texas Tech 6. Iowa State 7. Texas 8. Baylor 9. Kansas 10. West Virginia

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

ATT 197 220 284 310 191 277 193 331 272 265

CMP 385 407 450 510 347 452 322 517 403 410

INT 12 21 18 9 7 13 13 18 11 9

PCT. 51.2 54.1 63.1 60.8 55.0 61.3 59.9 64.0 67.5 64.6

YDS 2372 2737 3064 3428 2350 3356 2562 3877 3471 3925

TD 9 21 16 18 23 18 16 33 26 36

EFFIC 104.4 117.3 124.0 125.4 129.8 131.0 135.1 141.1 155.7 169.6

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2012 BIG 12 RECAP TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Baylor 2. Oklahoma State 3. West Virginia 4. Oklahoma 5. Texas Tech 6. Texas 7. Kansas State 8. TCU 9. Iowa State 10. Kansas

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

RUSH 2706 2586 2131 1975 1674 2112 2380 1890 1853 2540

PASS 4239 4001 4091 4096 4343 3180 2545 2874 2613 1784

PLAYS 992 939 940 922 922 826 771 855 867 871

YARDS 6945 6587 6222 6071 6017 5292 4925 4764 4466 4324

AVG/P 7.0 7.0 6.6 6.6 6.5 6.4 6.4 5.6 5.2 5.0

TD 65 63 63 59 56 54 56 38 37 26

YDS/G 578.8 548.9 518.5 505.9 501.4 441.0 410.4 397.0 372.2 360.3

PUNT RETURNS 1. Kansas State 2. Oklahoma 3. TCU 4. Iowa State 5. West Virginia 6. Texas Tech 7. Oklahoma State 8. Kansas 9. Baylor 10. Texas

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

RET 16 26 23 9 15 15 34 10 15 12

YDS 352 388 312 111 165 158 339 90 127 97

TD 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

AVG 22.0 14.9 13.6 12.3 11.0 10.5 10.0 9.0 8.5 8.1

TOTAL DEFENSE 1. TCU 2. Texas Tech 3. Kansas State 4. Oklahoma 5. Texas 6. Oklahoma State 7. Iowa State 8. West Virginia 9. Kansas 10. Baylor

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

RUSH 1247 2057 1445 2173 2385 1687 1982 1710 2311 2290

PASS 2737 2350 3064 2372 2562 3428 3356 3925 3471 3877

PLYS 787 815 835 839 818 962 923 893 853 1000

YARDS 3984 4407 4509 4545 4947 5115 5338 5635 5782 6167

AVG 5.1 5.4 5.4 5.4 6.0 5.3 5.8 6.3 6.8 6.2

TD 31 41 28 32 42 37 33 57 52 61

YDS/G 332.0 367.2 375.8 378.8 412.2 426.2 444.8 469.6 481.8 513.9

FIRST DOWNS 1. Baylor 2. Oklahoma Texas Tech 4. Oklahoma State 5. West Virginia 6. Texas 7. Kansas State 8. Iowa State 9. Kansas 10. TCU

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

RUSH 154 106 105 138 112 115 128 109 138 102

PASS 170 207 197 163 183 134 117 118 82 120

PEN 19 13 24 17 20 16 17 20 20 12

TOTAL 343 326 326 318 315 265 262 247 240 234

KICKOFF RETURNS 1. Kansas State 2. Oklahoma 3. Oklahoma State 4. Texas 5. TCU 6. Texas Tech 7. Baylor 8. West Virginia 9. Kansas 10. Iowa State

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

RET 30 32 43 39 33 32 49 50 42 30

OPP. 1ST DOWNS 1. TCU 2. Oklahoma 3. Texas Tech 4. Texas 5. Kansas State 6. Iowa State 7. West Virginia 8. Kansas 9. Oklahoma State 10. Baylor

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

RUSH 71 97 117 130 89 106 105 120 106 126

PASS 118 106 106 101 148 152 156 150 158 180

PEN 19 19 17 16 13 14 14 9 23 21

TOTAL 208 222 240 247 250 272 275 279 287 327

KICKOFF COVERAGE 1. Oklahoma 2. TCU 3. Iowa State 4. Kansas State 5. Texas 6. Oklahoma State 7. Texas Tech 8. Baylor 9. West Virginia 10. Kansas

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

NO. 89 68 60 92 79 100 77 91 88 47

YDS 5525 4175 3764 5654 4762 6224 4597 5338 5302 2682

AVG 62.1 61.4 62.7 61.5 60.3 62.2 59.7 58.7 60.2 57.1

RETN 1005 634 869 1263 1063 680 1006 1031 1487 849

TB 33 32 23 34 28 71 28 38 23 7

NETAVG 41.5 40.3 38.7 38.5 38.0 37.7 37.5 36.9 36.8 35.3

TURNOVER MARGIN 1. Kansas State 2. West Virginia 3. Baylor TCU 5. Texas 6. Iowa State 7. Kansas 8. Oklahoma 9. Oklahoma State 10. Texas Tech

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

PUNTING 1. Texas 2. Oklahoma State 3. Iowa State 4. Kansas State 5. Baylor 6. TCU 7. Oklahoma 8. Kansas 9. Texas Tech 10. West Virginia

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

NO 38 41 69 40 34 59 49 62 39 40

YARDS 1721 1878 2871 1654 1507 2632 2093 2516 1556 1548

AVG/P 45.3 45.8 41.6 41.3 44.3 44.6 42.7 40.6 39.9 38.7

PR 152 197 129 13 116 178 89 176 136 143

AVG 4.0 4.8 1.9 0.3 3.4 3.0 1.8 2.8 3.5 3.6

TB 1 2 2 5 5 11 8 5 2 1

SACKS BY 1. Kansas State 2. TCU 3. Oklahoma Texas 5. Oklahoma State 6. West Virginia 7. Texas Tech 8. Iowa State 9. Baylor 10. Kansas

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

YDS 877 849 1087 932 728 693 1039 1020 819 568

TD 2 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0

AVG 29.2 26.5 25.3 23.9 22.1 21.7 21.2 20.4 19.5 18.9

NET/P 40.8 40.0 39.2 38.5 38.0 37.9 37.6 36.1 35.4 34.6

|------GAINED------| FUM INT TOT 13 18 31 9 9 18 7 18 25 11 21 32 5 13 18 12 13 25 9 11 20 3 12 15 8 9 17 3 7 10 SACKS 31 26 25 25 22 21 16 15 13 12

|--------LOST--------| FUM INT TOT 3 7 10 5 7 12 7 13 20 16 11 27 5 10 15 8 15 23 10 13 23 9 10 19 6 16 22 8 14 22

MAR +21 +6 +5 +5 +3 +2 -3 -4 -5 -12

PER/G 1.75 0.50 0.42 0.42 0.25 0.17 -0.25 -0.33 -0.42 -1.00

YARDS 207 161 138 155 153 139 101 102 94 82

2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 67

2012 BIG 12 RECAP SACKS AGAINST 1. Oklahoma State 2. Kansas State 3. Texas Oklahoma 5. Iowa State 6. Baylor 7. Texas Tech 8. West Virginia 9. TCU 10. Kansas

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

SACKS 10 13 14 14 15 17 18 20 25 26

YARDS 56 80 110 121 101 82 137 133 180 183

PENALTIES 1. Kansas State 2. Kansas 3. Iowa State 4. Texas 5. West Virginia 6. Oklahoma 7. Oklahoma State 8. Baylor 9. TCU 10. Texas Tech

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

NO 42 45 54 59 61 67 76 86 84 87

YDS 346 360 468 511 549 551 715 758 780 846

AVG/G 28.8 30.0 39.0 42.6 45.8 45.9 59.6 63.2 65.0 70.5

OPP PENALTIES 1. West Virginia 2. Iowa State 3. Texas 4. Texas Tech 5. Kansas 6. Baylor 7. Oklahoma State 8. Kansas State 9. TCU 10. Oklahoma

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

NO 83 74 65 65 59 70 76 54 53 55

YDS 728 638 612 605 578 569 553 494 484 422

AVG/G 60.7 53.2 51.0 50.4 48.2 47.4 46.1 41.2 40.3 35.2

TIME OF POSSESSION 1. TCU 2. Kansas 3. Kansas State 4. Texas 5. Texas Tech 6. Oklahoma 7. West Virginia 8. Iowa State 9. Oklahoma State 10. Baylor

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

TOTAL TIME 398:39 383:48 383:28 371:45 369:14 366:59 348:32 330:08 328:14 320:10

RED ZONE OFFENSE 1. Oklahoma State 2. Oklahoma 3. Texas Tech 4. Kansas State 5. Texas 6. West Virginia 7. Baylor 8. Iowa State 9. Kansas 10. TCU

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

REDZONE 61-66 58-64 55-63 59-68 51-60 49-58 53-65 30-39 28-39 38-54

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AVG/G 33:13 31:59 31:57 30:58 30:46 30:34 29:02 27:30 27:21 26:40 PERCENT 92.4 90.6 87.3 86.8 85.0 84.5 81.5 76.9 71.8 70.4

TDS 44 45 43 43 42 41 41 27 18 27

R/P 28-16 24-21 11-32 35-8 27-15 17-24 31-10 9-18 13-5 11-16

FG-AT 17-18 13-15 12-13 16-18 9-13 8-9 12-18 3-4 10-13 11-16

RED ZONE DEFENSE 1. Kansas State 2. Iowa State 3. Oklahoma State 4. Kansas 5 Oklahoma 6 TCU 7. Baylor 8. West Virginia 9. Texas Tech 10. Texas

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

REDZONE 34-44 36-46 40-51 51-65 31-38 30-36 47-56 49-58 42-49 48-53

PERCENT 77.3 78.3 78.4 78.5 81.6 83.3 83.9 84.5 85.7 90.6

TDS 22 25 29 40 24 16 40 39 30 31

3RD-DN CONV 1. Oklahoma 2. Kansas State 3. Texas 4. Texas Tech 5. Oklahoma State 6. West Virginia 7. Baylor 8. Iowa State 9. TCU 10. Kansas

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

CONV 88 73 82 78 81 80 79 74 60 60

ATT 169 145 163 161 172 172 170 184 176 186

PCT 52.1 50.3 50.3 48.4 47.1 46.5 46.5 40.2 34.1 32.3

OPP 3RD-DN CONV 1. TCU 2. Oklahoma State 3. Texas 4. Texas Tech 5. Kansas 6. Kansas State 7. Oklahoma 8. Iowa State 9. West Virginia 10. Baylor

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

CONV 50 73 60 67 61 67 79 80 80 110

ATT 169 200 160 172 154 164 191 193 177 196

PCT 29.6 36.5 37.5 39.0 39.6 40.9 41.4 41.5 45.2 56.1

R/P 11-11 14-11 16-13 23-17 21-3 6-10 21-19 17-22 17-13 23-8

FG-AT 12-14 11-12 11-15 11-13 7-11 14-15 7-8 10-14 12-15 17-19

2012 BIG 12 RECAP RUSHING 1. Randle, Joseph 2. Sims, James 3. Williams, Damien 4. Hubert, John 5. Klein, Collin 6. Seastrunk, Lache

TEAM OSU KU OU KSU KSU BU

CL JR JR JR JR SR SO

PASSING 1. Florence, Nick 2. Smith, Geno 3. Jones, Landry 4. Doege, Seth 5. Ash, David 6. Klein, Collin

TEAM BU WVU OU TTU UT KSU

CL SR SR SR SR SO SR

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Florence, Nick 2. Smith, Geno 3. Doege, Seth 4. Jones, Landry 5. Klein, Collin 6. Ash, David

TEAM BU WVU TTU OU KSU UT

CL SR SR SR SR SR SO

RECEPTIONS/GAME 1. Austin, Tavon 2. Bailey, Stedman 3. Stewart, Josh 4. Williams, Terrance 5. Moore, Darrin 6. Ward, Eric

TEAM WVU WVU OSU BU TTU TTU

RECEIVING YDS/GAME 1. Williams, Terrance 2. Bailey, Stedman 3. Austin, Tavon 4. Stewart, Josh 5. Ward, Eric 6. Moore, Darrin

G 12 9 12 12 12 12 G 12 12 12 12 11 12

ATT 257 218 160 172 194 115 CMP 276 350 332 349 193 180

YDS 1351 1013 905 892 890 874 ATT 451 490 507 496 285 272

AVG 5.3 4.6 5.7 5.2 4.6 7.6

INT 13 6 10 14 7 7

TD 14 9 11 15 22 6

PCT. 61.2 71.4 65.5 70.4 67.7 66.2

YDS 4121 4004 3989 3934 2458 2490

CL SR JR SO SR SR JR

G 12 12 12 12 11 11

REC 110 106 96 95 81 75

YDS 1259 1501 1154 1764 948 974

TD 12 23 7 12 13 11

LONG 75 87 75 80 57 39

AVG/C 104.9 125.1 96.2 147.0 86.2 88.5

REC/G 9.2 8.8 8.0 7.9 7.4 6.8

TEAM BU WVU WVU OSU TTU TTU

CL SR JR SR SO JR SR

G 12 12 12 12 11 11

REC 95 106 110 96 75 81

YDS 1764 1501 1259 1154 974 948

TD 12 23 12 7 11 13

LONG 80 87 75 75 39 57

AVG/C 18.6 14.2 11.4 12.0 13.0 11.7

YDS/G 147.0 125.1 104.9 96.2 88.5 86.2

ALL PURPOSE 1. Austin, Tavon 2. Williams, Terrance 3. Bailey, Stedman 4. Randle, Joseph 5. Sims, James 6. Lockett, Tyler

TEAM WVU BU WVU OSU KU KSU

CL SR Sr JR JR JR SO

G 12 12 12 12 9 12

RUSH 598 14 0 1351 1013 55

RCV 1259 1764 1501 224 168 652

PR 165 0 0 0 0 44

KR 738 0 128 0 0 533

YDS 2760 1778 1629 1575 1181 1284

AVG/G 230.0 148.2 135.8 131.2 131.2 107.0

INTERCEPTIONS 1. Zimmerman, Ty Verrett, Jason 3. Malone, Nigel Harris, Javon 5. Lackey, Eddie Olabode, Elisha Carter, Sam Chapman, Allen

TEAM KSU TCU KSU OU BU TCU TCU KSU

CL JR JR SR SR JR JR SO SR

G 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

INT 5 6 5 5 4 4 4 4

YDS 67 16 102 69 110 107 48 29

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. Walsh, J.W. 2. Smith, Geno 3. Doege, Seth 4. Klein, Collin 5. Ash, David 6. Florence, Nick

TEAM OSU WVU TTU KSU UT BU

CL FR SR SR SR SO SR

G 9 12 12 12 11 12

CMP 104 350 349 180 193 276

CL JR SR SR

G 12 12 12

RET 13 22 15

YDS 308 299 165

TOTAL 4652 4158 3973 3886 3380 2577

AVG/G 343.4 333.7 332.4 327.8 223.5 207.5

RUSH 531 154 39 -103 890 119

ATT 156 490 496 272 285 451

PLAYS 572 554 539 520 466 329

TD 31 40 29 38 17 15

YDS/G 112.6 112.6 75.4 74.3 74.2 72.8

G 12 12 12 12 12 11

PUNT RETURNS TEAM 1. Thompson, Tramaine KSU 2. Brown, Justin OU 3. Austin, Tavon WVU

PASS 4121 4004 3934 3989 2490 2458

LONG 69 64 95 95 34 80

YDS/G 387.7 346.5 331.1 323.8 281.7 234.3

TD 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 1 INT 3 6 14 7 7 13

PCT 66.7 71.4 70.4 66.2 67.7 61.2 TD 1 1 1

YDS 1478 4004 3934 2490 2458 4121

LONG 89 90 76

TD 11 40 38 15 17 31 AVG 23.7 13.6 11.0

EFF. 165.7 164.6 156.6 156.1 154.9 154.9

KICK RETURNS 1. Gilbert, Justin 2 Austin, Tavon 3. Clay, Brennan 4. Goodley, Antwan 5. Dawson, Skye

TEAM OSU WVU OU BU TCU

PUNTING 1. Sharp, Quinn 2. King, Alex 3. Perry, Ethan 4. Roth, Spencer 5 Way, Tress

TEAM OSU UT TCU BU OU

SCORING 1. Sharp, Quinn 2. Bailey, Stedman 3. Klein, Collin 4. Cantele, Anthony 5. Jones, Aaron 6. Austin, Tavon

CL JR SR JR SO SR

G 12 12 12 12 11

RET 30 28 18 24 17

YDS 792 738 468 542 383

CL SR SR FR SO SR

G 12 12 11 12 12

PUNT 41 38 56 32 48

TEAM OSU WVU KSU KSU BU WVU

CL SR JR SR SR JR SR

G 12 12 12 12 12 12

TD 0 23 22 0 0 17

SCORING (TDS) 1. Bailey, Stedman 2. Klein, Collin 3. Austin, Tavon 4. Bergeron, Joe 5. Hubert, John 6. Moore, Darrin

TEAM WVU KSU WVU UT KSU TTU

CL JR SR SR SO JR SR

SCORING (KICK) 1. Sharp, Quinn 2. Cantele, Anthony 3 Jones, Aaron 4. Hunnicutt, Mike 5. Bustin, Ryan 6. Oberkrom, Jaden

TEAM OSU KSU BU OU TTU TCU

CL SR SR JR SO SO FR

G 12 12 12 12 12 12

PATS 65-65 62-62 64-64 56-58 55-55 41-41

FIELD GOALS 1. Sharp, Quinn 2. Oberkrom, Jaden 3. Cantele, Anthony 4. Jones, Aaron 5. Hunnicutt, Mike Bustin, Ryan

TEAM OSU TCU KSU BU OU TTU

CL SR FR SR JR SO SO

G 12 12 12 12 12 12

FG 25 19 18 16 15 15

PAT KICKING 1. Sharp, Quinn Jones, Aaron Cantele, Anthony Bustin, Ryan Oberkrom, Jaden 6. Bitancurt, Tyler

TEAM OSU BU KSU TTU TCU WVU

CL SR JR SR SO FR Sr

G 12 12 12 12 12 12

MADE 65 64 62 55 41 62

TACKLES 1. Hager, Bryce 2. Jefferson, Tony 3. Heeney, Ben 4. Lackey, Eddie 5. Dixon, Ahmad Klein, A.J. 7. Joseph, Karl 8. McDougald, Brad 9. Davis, Cody Brown, Arthur 11. Vaccaro, Kenny 12. Bruce, Isaiah

TEAM BU OU KU BU BU ISU WVU KU TTU KSU UT WVU

CL SO JR SO JR JR SR FR Sr SR SR SR FR

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

POS LB DB LB LB NB LB S S DB LB S LB

G 12 12 12 12 12 11

TD 23 22 17 16 15 13

TD 1 1 0 0 0

LONG 96 100 46 42 52

YDS 1878 1721 2529 1414 2093

LONG 74 65 64 65 75

AVG 45.8 45.3 45.2 44.2 43.6

XPT 25 0 0 18 16 0

FG 65 0 0 62 64 0

2XP 0 0 0 0 0 2

RUSH 0 22 3 16 15 0

PASS 23 0 12 0 0 13

RET 0 0 2 0 0 0

FGS 25-31 18-21 16-27 15-19 15-21 19-27 FGA 31 27 21 27 19 21 ATT 65 64 62 55 41 64 SOLO 66 84 66 68 65 53 73 72 82 58 59 49

PAT 0 0 1 0 0 1 PTS 140 116 112 101 100 98

PCT. 80.6 70.4 85.7 59.3 78.9 71.4

AVG 26.4 26.4 26.0 22.6 22.5

PTS 140 138 132 116 112 104 PTS 138 132 104 96 90 80

PTS/G 11.7 11.5 11.0 9.7 9.3 8.7 PTS/G 11.5 11.0 8.7 8.0 7.5 7.3

PTS/G 11.7 9.7 9.3 8.4 8.3 8.2

FG/G 2.08 1.58 1.50 1.33 1.25 1.25

PCT. 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 96.9 AST 49 29 46 31 33 45 22 20 9 33 30 37

TOTAL 115 113 112 99 98 98 95 92 91 91 89 86

AVG/G 9.6 9.4 9.3 8.2 8.2 8.2 7.9 7.7 7.6 7.6 7.4 7.2

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2012 BIG 12 RECAP SACKS 1. Williams, Meshak 2. Fields, Devonte 3. Okafor, Alex 4. Davis, Adam 5. Bush, Dartwan Hyder, Kerry Ndulue, Chuka 8. Francis, Josh 9. McAllister, Chris Garvin, Terence

TEAM KSU TCU UT KSU TTU TTU OU WVU BU WVU

TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. Fields, Devonte 2. Francis, Josh 3. Hyder, Kerry Williams, Meshak 5. Heeney, Ben Davis, Adam 7. Okafor, Alex 8. Bush, Dartwan 9. Garvin, Terence 10. Lackey, Eddie Love, Jake Hager, Bryce

TEAM TCU WVU TTU KSU KU KSU UT TTU WVU BU KU BU

FUMBLES FORCED 1. Givens, Durrell 2. Davis, Adam 3. Cook, Darwin 4. Joseph, Karl Okafor, Alex Vaccaro, Kenny Williams, Meshak 8. Maponga, Stansly 9. Opurum, Toben Evans, Randall

TEAM ISU KSU WVU WVU UT UT KSU TCU KU KSU

FUMBLES RECOVERED 1. Givens, Durrell 2. Williams, Josh 3. Maponga, Stansly Zimmerman, Ty 5. Mueller, Ryan Opurum, Toben Truman, Jonathan Holl, Sam Childs, Jarell Bruce, Isaiah PASSES DEFENDED 1. Verrett, Jason 2. Colvin, Aaron 3. Carter, Sam Williams, Joe Brown, Greg 6. Olabode, Elisha Neboh, Eugene Malone, Nigel 9. Broomfield, Deon 10. Patmon, Tyler Reeves, Jeremy

CL SR FR SR SR JR JR SO SR JR SR CL FR SR JR SR SO SR SR JR SR JR FR SO

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

POS DE DE DE DE DE DE DE LB DE LB

SOLO 9 7 8 5 5 5 4 4 4 4

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

POS DE LB DE DE LB DE DE DE LB LB LB LB

SOLO 13 14 12 13 9 9 11 10 7 6 7 7

CL SR SR Jr FR SR SR SR JR SR SO

G 11 12 11 12 12 12 12 10 12 12

NUM 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2

AVG/G 0.36 0.33 0.27 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.20 0.17 0.17

TEAM ISU KU TCU KSU KSU KU KSU BU KSU WVU

CL SR SR JR JR So SR SO JR SR FR

G 11 12 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 12

NUM 6 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

AVG/G 0.55 0.25 0.20 0.20 0.17 0.17 0.17 0.17 0.17 0.17

TEAM TCU OU TCU BU KU TCU TTU KSU ISU KU ISU

CL JR JR SO JR SR JR SR SR JR Jr SR

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

BRUP 14 11 10 11 12 9 13 8 10 8 11

INT 6 4 4 3 2 4 0 5 2 3 0

AST 1 4 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 0

TOTAL 9.5 9.0 8.0 7.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 4.5 4.0 4.0

AST 9 2 3 1 6 6 1 1 3 4 2 2

TOTAL 17.5 15.0 13.5 13.5 12.0 12.0 11.5 10.5 8.5 8.0 8.0 8.0

AVG/G 0.79 0.75 0.67 0.62 0.42 0.42 0.42 0.38 0.33 0.33 AVG/G 1.46 1.25 1.12 1.12 1.00 1.00 0.96 0.88 0.71 0.67 0.67 0.67

ALL-BIG 12 TEAMS COACHES’ TEAMS

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL CL QB COLLIN KLEIN, KANSAS STATE* ............SR. RB JOHN HUBERT, KANSAS STATE ..............JR. RB Joseph Randle, Oklahoma State ........Jr. FB Trey Millard, Oklahoma......................Jr. WR Terrance Williams, Baylor..................Sr. WR Tavon Austin, West Virginia ..............Sr. WR Stedman Bailey, West Virginia ..........Jr. TE TRAVIS TANNAHILL, KANSAS STATE........SR. OL CORNELIUS LUCAS, KANSAS STATE........JR. OL Gabe Ikard, Oklahoma ......................Jr. OL Gabe Ikard, Oklahoma ......................So. OL Lane Taylor, Oklahoma State ............Sr. OL LaAdrian Waddle, Texas Tech ............Sr. PK Quinn Sharp, Oklahoma State ..........Sr. KR/PR Tavin Austin, West Virginia................Sr.

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL CL QB Geno Smith, West Virginia..................Sr. RB James Sims, Kansas ..........................Jr. RB Damien Williams, Oklahoma ..............Jr. FB Kye Staley, Oklahoma State................Jr. WR CHRIS HARPER, KANSAS STATE ..............SR. WR Kenny Stills, Oklahoma ......................Jr. WR Darrin Moore, Texas Tech ..................Sr. TE Jace Amaro, Texas Tech ....................So. OL Tanner Hawkinson, Kansas ................Sr. OL Lane Johnson, Oklahoma ..................Sr. OL Blaize Foltz, TCU................................Sr. OL Trey Hopkins, Texas ............................Jr. OL Joe Madsen, West Virginia..................Sr. PK ANTHONY CANTELE, KANSAS STATE ........SR. KR/PR Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma State ..........Jr.

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL CL DL MESHAK WILLIAMS, KANSAS STATE***..SR. DL Jake McDonough/Alex Okafor, ISU/UT....Sr. DL Calvin Barnett, Oklahoma State............Jr. DL Devonte Fields, TCU..........................Fr. DL Stansly Mapong, TCU ........................Jr. LB ARTHUR BROWN, KANSAS STATE**........SR. LB A.J. Klein, Iowa State ........................Sr. LB Jake Knott, Iowa State ......................Sr. DB TY ZIMMERMAN, KANSAS STATE ............JR. DB Aaron Colvin, Oklahoma ....................Jr. DB Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma..................Jr. DB Jason Verrett, TCU ............................Jr. DB Kenny Vaccaro, Texas........................Sr. P Quinn Sharp, Oklahoma State ..........Sr.

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL CL DL ADAM DAVIS, KANSAS STATE ..................SR. DL VAI LUTUI, KANSAS STATE ......................SR. DL David King, Oklahoma........................Sr. DL Chucky Hunter, TCU ..........................So. DL Kerry Hyder, Texas Tech ......................Jr. LB Bryce Hager, Baylor ..........................So. LB Ben Heeney, Kansas..........................So. LB Kenny Cain, TCU ................................Sr. DB Cody Davis/D.J. Johnson, Texas Tech ..Sr. DB Durrell Givens, Iowa State..................Sr. DB Sam Carter, TCU................................So. DB Bradley McDougald, Kansas ..............Sr. DB Demontre Hurst , Oklahoma ..............Sr. P Kirby Van Der Kamp, Iowa State ........Jr.

COACH OF THE YEAR: BILL SNYDER, KANSAS STATE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: COLLIN KLEIN, KANSAS STATE DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR: ARTHUR BROWN, KANSAS STATE * Big 12 Defensive Lineman of the Year

ASSOCIATED PRESS TEAMS

TOTAL 20 15 14 14 14 13 13 13 12 11 11

AVG/G 1.67 1.25 1.17 1.17 1.17 1.08 1.08 1.08 1.00 0.92 0.92

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL CL QB COLLIN KLEIN, KANSAS STATE ..............SR. RB Joseph Randle, Oklahoma State ........Jr. WR Stedman Bailey, West Virginia ..........Jr. WR Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State ..........So. WR Terrance Williams, Baylor..................Sr. TE TRAVIS TANNAHILL, KANSAS STATE........SR. OL B.J. FINNEY, KANSAS STATE ..................SO. OL Gabe Ikard, Oklahoma ......................Jr. OL Cyril Richardson, Baylor ....................Jr. OL Lane Taylor, Oklahoma State ............Sr. OL LaAdrian Waddle, Texas Tech ............Sr. AP Tavon Austin, West Virginia, ..............Sr. PK Quinn Sharp, Oklahoma State ..........Sr.

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL CL QB Landry Jones/Geno Smith, OU/WVU ..Sr. RB James Sims, Kansas ..........................Jr. WR Tavon Austin, West Virginia ................Sr. WR Darrin Moore, Texas Tech ..................Sr. WR Kenny Stills/Eric Ward, OU/TT ............Jr. TE Trey Millard, Oklahoma ......................Jr. OL CORNELIUS LUCAS, KANSAS STATE ........JR. OL Joe Madsen, West Virginia..................Sr. OL Blaize Foltz, TCU................................Sr. OL Tanner Hawkinson, Kansas ................Sr. OL Ivory Wade, Baylor ............................Sr. AP TYLER LOCKETT, KANSAS STATE ..............SO. PK ANTHONY CANTELE, KANSAS STATE ........Sr.

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL CL DL MESHAK WILLIAMS, KANSAS STATE........Sr. DL Devonte Fields, TCU..........................Fr. DL Kerry Hyder, Texas Tech ....................Jr. DL Alex Okafor, Texas ............................Sr. LB ARTHUR BROWN, KANSAS STATE ..........SR. LB Kenny Cain, TCU ..............................Sr. LB A.J. Klein, Iowa State ........................Sr. LB Jake Knott, Iowa State ......................Sr. DB TY ZIMMERMAN, KANSAS STATE ............JR. DB Aaron Colvin, Oklahoma ....................Jr. DB Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma..................Jr. DB Jason Verrett, TCU ............................Jr. P Quinn Sharp, Oklahoma State ..........Sr.

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE POS PLAYER, SCHOOL CL DL ADAM DAVIS, KANSAS STATE ..................SR. DL Calvin Barnett, Oklahoma State ........Jr. DL Dartwan Bush, Texas Tech..................Jr. DL Stansly Maponga, TCU ......................Jr. LB Bryce Hager, Baylor ..........................So. LB Ben Heeney, Kansas..........................So. LB Eddie Lackey, Baylor ..........................Jr. LB Shaun Lewis, Oklahoma State............Jr. DB NIGEL MALONE, KANSAS STATE ..............SR. DB Sam Carter, TCU................................So. DB Durrell Givens, Iowa State..................Sr. DB Kenny Vaccaro, Texas ........................Sr. P Alex King, Texas ................................Sr.

COACH OF THE YEAR: BILL SNYDER, KANSAS STATE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: COLLIN KLEIN, KANSAS STATE DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Devonte Fields, TCU

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RUSHING

KANSAS STATE 30 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 25 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 25 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001

KANSAS STATE 59 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 48 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 46 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002

OPPONENT 24 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 24 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 23 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010

OPPONENT 46 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 43 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 43 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010

BOTH TEAMS 45 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 44 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 42 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010

BOTH TEAMS 83 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 79 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 78 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 78 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995

MOST FIRST DOWNS

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS KANSAS STATE 6 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 7 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 12 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 12 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 OPPONENT 8 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 12 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 13 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 BOTH TEAMS 20 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 23 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 26 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982

MOST ATTEMPTS

FEWEST ATTEMPTS KANSAS STATE 21 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 23 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 32 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 32 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 OPPONENT 23 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 24 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 24 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 BOTH TEAMS 44 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 58 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 62 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993

MOST NET YARDS RUSHING KANSAS STATE 329 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 260 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 245 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 OPPONENT 259 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 215 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 211 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 BOTH TEAMS 522 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 421 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 380 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010

FEWEST NET YARDS RUSHING KANSAS STATE 30 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 31 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 86 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 OPPONENT 71 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 79 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 90 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 BOTH TEAMS 190 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 200 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 216 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012

PASSING

MOST ATTEMPTED KANSAS STATE 52 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 48 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 40 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 OPPONENT 57 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 53 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 51 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 BOTH TEAMS 85 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 79 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 78 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995

FEWEST ATTEMPTED KANSAS STATE 23 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 24 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 24 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 25 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 OPPONENT 14 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 22 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 24 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 24 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 BOTH TEAMS 47 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 52 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 52 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 54 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001

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TEAM BOWL RECORDS MOST COMPLETED KANSAS STATE 24 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 20 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 19 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 OPPONENT 31 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 28 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 25 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 BOTH TEAMS 40 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 39 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 36 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012

FEWEST COMPLETED KANSAS STATE 9 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 11 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 12 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 OPPONENT 5 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 6 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 7 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 BOTH TEAMS 19 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 20 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 22 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE KANSAS STATE 72.0 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 67.9 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 60.9 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 OPPONENT 66.6 Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................1999 64.5 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 60.8 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993

LOWEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE KANSAS STATE 35.0 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 37.1 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 37.5 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 OPPONENT 20.0 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 28.0 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 35.7 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001

MOST YARDS PASSING KANSAS STATE 324 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 317 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 294 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 OPPONENT 293 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 291 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 271 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 BOTH TEAMS 588 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 541 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 524 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997

FEWEST YARDS PASSING KANSAS STATE 127 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 131 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 173 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012

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OPPONENT 113 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 120 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 132 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995

OPPONENT 4 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 3 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 3 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010

BOTH TEAMS 310 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 330 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 334 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001

BOTH TEAMS 5 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 4 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 4 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 4 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 4 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995

MOST HAD INTERCEPTED KANSAS STATE 4 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 2 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 2 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 2 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 2 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 OPPONENT 3 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 3 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 3 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 BOTH TEAMS 7 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 4 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 4 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995

MOST TOUCHDOWNS PASSING KANSAS STATE 4 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 4 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 3 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998

TOTAL OFFENSE MOST PLAYS

KANSAS STATE 86 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 84 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 80 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 OPPONENT 83 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 77 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 77 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 BOTH TEAMS 157 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 148 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 144 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998

FEWEST PLAYS KANSAS STATE 45 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 54 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 60 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997

TEAM BOWL RECORDS OPPONENT 49 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 56 Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................1999 57 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 BOTH TEAMS 110 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 126 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 129 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994

MOST YARDS KANSAS STATE 536 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 507 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 502 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 OPPONENT 498 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 479 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 447 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 BOTH TEAMS 904 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 877 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 837 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995

FEWEST YARDS KANSAS STATE 124 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 162 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 192 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 OPPONENT 222 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 235 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 272 Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................1999 BOTH TEAMS 441 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 476 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 506 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982

PUNTING

MOST PUNTS KANSAS STATE 11 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 9 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 8 Four times, LAST: Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ....................2012

HIGHEST NET YARDS/PUNT KANSAS STATE 46.3 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 46.0 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 45.5 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 OPPONENT 44.8 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 44.2 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 43.0 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997

FEWEST NET YARDS/PUNT KANSAS STATE 23.3 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 29.9 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 30.0 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 OPPONENT 25.5 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 28.6 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 29.2 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001

PUNT RETURNS

MOST PUNTS RETURNED KANSAS STATE 6 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 5 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 4 Four times, LAST: Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..................2004 OPPONENT 7 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 7 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 6 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 BOTH TEAMS 13 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 12 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 10 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994

FEWEST PUNTS RETURNED KANSAS STATE 1 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 1 Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................1999 1 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 1 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982

OPPONENT 0 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 0 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 0 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 0 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 BOTH TEAMS 2 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 2 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1983 3 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 3 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 3 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995

MOST YARDS RETURNED KANSAS STATE 83 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 78 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 75 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 OPPONENT 62 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 56 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 49 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 BOTH TEAMS 117 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 96 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 81 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998

FEWEST YARDS RETURNED KANSAS STATE 0 Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................1999 4 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 4 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 6 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 OPPONENT 0 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 0 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 0 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 0 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 BOTH TEAMS 4 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 7 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 7 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982

OPPONENT 11 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 8 Three times, LAST: Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ................2001 BOTH TEAMS 20 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 19 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 15 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 15 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002

FEWEST PUNTS KANSAS STATE 3 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 3 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 3 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 3 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 OPPONENT 2 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 2 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 2 Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................1999 BOTH TEAMS 5 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 7 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 7 Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................1999

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TEAM BOWL RECORDS OPPONENT 16 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 14 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 11 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 11 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 BOTH TEAMS 29 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 24 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 22 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001

FEWEST RETURNS KANSAS STATE 3 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 3 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 3 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 OPPONENT 3 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 5 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 5 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 BOTH TEAMS 6 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 9 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 9 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012

1998 ALAMO BOWL

MOST YARDS RETURNED KANSAS STATE 289 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 208 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 201 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993

KICKOFF RETURNS

MOST KICKOFFS RETURNED KANSAS STATE 6 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 6 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 5 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 5 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 5 Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................1999 OPPONENT 7 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 6 Three times, LAST: Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ..........2002 BOTH TEAMS 10 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 10 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 10 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 10 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 10 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993

FEWEST KICKOFFS RETURNED KANSAS STATE 1 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 2 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 2 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 2 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 OPPONENT 0 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 1 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 2 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 2 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998

BOTH TEAMS 1 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 3 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 5 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012

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MOST YARDS RETURNED KANSAS STATE 124 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 111 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 109 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 OPPONENT 136 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 130 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 125 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 BOTH TEAMS 219 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 203 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 192 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006

FEWEST YARDS RETURNED KANSAS STATE 26 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 28 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 37 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 OPPONENT 0 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 17 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 38 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 BOTH TEAMS 28 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 43 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 108 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012

TOTAL RETURNS MOST RETURNS

KANSAS STATE 13 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 11 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 11 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001

OPPONENT 203 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 161 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 145 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 BOTH TEAMS 431 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 353 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 329 Wisconsin, Copper Bowl..............................................1993

FEWEST YARDS RETURNED KANSAS STATE 32 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 35 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 41 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 OPPONENT 18 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 58 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 71 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 BOTH TEAMS 50 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 93 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 174 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012

INTERCEPTIONS MOST INTERCEPTIONS

KANSAS STATE 3 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 3 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 3 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 OPPONENT 4 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 2 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 1 Three times, LAST: Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ..........2001 BOTH TEAMS 7 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 4 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 4 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995

TEAM BOWL RECORDS MOST YARDS RETURNED KANSAS STATE 62 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 37 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 14 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 OPPONENT 78 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 72 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 61 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 61 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 BOTH TEAMS 140 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 81 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 61 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006

FUMBLES

MOST FUMBLES KANSAS STATE 4 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 3 Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................1999 3 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 OPPONENT 4 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 2 Three times, LAST: Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 BOTH TEAMS 6 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 5 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 5 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 4 Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................1999

MOST FUMBLES LOST KANSAS STATE 3 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 2 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 2 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 OPPONENT 3 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 1 Six times, LAST: Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ......................2012

PENALTIES

MOST PENALTIES KANSAS STATE 14 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 12 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 11 Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................1999 OPPONENT 11 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 9 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 8 Three times, LAST: Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ..................1997 BOTH TEAMS 23 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 21 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 18 Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................1999

MOST YARDS PENALIZED KANSAS STATE 125 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 124 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 99 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 OPPONENT 95 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 84 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 70 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 BOTH TEAMS 219 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 160 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 144 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010

SCORING

MOST POINTS KANSAS STATE 54 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 52 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 35 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 35 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997

OPPONENT 37 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 37 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 36 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 BOTH TEAMS 75 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 71 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 70 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010

FEWEST POINTS KANSAS STATE 3 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 3 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 OPPONENT 12 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 14 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 17 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 BOTH TEAMS 17 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 19 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 29 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY KANSAS STATE 35 Wyoming, Copper Bowl (52-17) ..................................1993 33 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl (54-21) ........................1995 17 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl (35-18)....................................1997

LARGEST LOSING MARGIN KANSAS STATE 27 Rutgers, Texas Bowl (37-10) ......................................2006 23 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl (26-3) ............................2001 13 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl (29-16) ..................................2012

MOST TOUCHDOWNS KANSAS STATE 8 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 7 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 5 Five times, LAST: Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ................2010

BOTH TEAMS 4 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 4 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 2 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 2 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 2 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001

TURNOVERS

MOST TURNOVERS KANSAS STATE 7 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 4 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 3 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 OPPONENT 4 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 4 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 3 Three times, LAST: Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ................2001 BOTH TEAMS 11 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 5 Three times, LAST: Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ..........2001

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TEAM BOWL RECORDS OPPONENT 1 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 1 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 2 Six times, LAST: Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ......................2012 BOTH TEAMS 4 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 4 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 4 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 2 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 2 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982

MOST TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS KANSAS STATE 1 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 1 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 0 12 Times, LAST: Rutgers, Texas Bowl ..........................2006 OPPONENT 0 13 Times, LAST: Rutgers, Texas Bowl ..........................2006 BOTH TEAMS 1 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 0 12 Times, LAST: Rutgers, Texas Bowl ..........................2006

MOST TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS ATTEMPTED KANSAS STATE 2 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 1 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 1 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 1 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 1 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993

2004 FIESTA BOWL

OPPONENT 5 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 5 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 4 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 4 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 BOTH TEAMS 11 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 10 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010

FEWEST TOUCHDOWNS KANSAS STATE 0 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 0 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1983 1 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 1 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 OPPONENT 1 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 2 Five times, LAST: Washington, Holiday Bowl................1999 BOTH TEAMS 2 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 2 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994 4 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997

FIELD GOALS

MOST FIELD GOALS KANSAS STATE 1 Five times, LAST: Rutgers, Texas Bowl ........................2006 OPPONENT 3 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 3 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 3 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 3 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 BOTH TEAMS 4 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 3 Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................1999 3 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 3 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997

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MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED KANSAS STATE 2 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 2 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 2 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 2 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 OPPONENT 5 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 3 Five times, LAST: Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ....................2012 BOTH TEAMS 6 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 5 Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................1999 4 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 4 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998

CONVERSIONS

MOST CONVERSIONS KANSAS STATE 7 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 6 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 5 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 5 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 OPPONENT 5 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 4 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 4 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 BOTH TEAMS 9 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 9 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 8 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 8 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998

FEWEST CONVERSIONS KANSAS STATE 0 Wisconsin, Independence Bowl ..................................1982 1 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 1 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 1 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994

OPPONENT 1 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 BOTH TEAMS 2 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 2 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995

SAFETIES

MOST SAFETIES KANSAS STATE 0 14 Times, LAST: Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ..................2010 OPPONENT 1 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 1 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 1 Boston College, Aloha Bowl ........................................1994

MOST POINTS BY QUARTER FIRST QUARTER

KANSAS STATE 9 Wisconsin, Copper Bowl..............................................1993 7 Five times, LAST: Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ................2010 OPPONENT 14 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ..................................................2006 14 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 7 Four times, LAST: Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ................2010 BOTH TEAMS 14 Five times, LAST: Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ................2010

SECOND QUARTER KANSAS STATE 21 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 19 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 15 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 OPPONENT 20 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 17 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 16 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012

TEAM BOWL RECORDS BOTH TEAMS 34 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 33 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 28 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001

THIRD QUARTER KANSAS STATE 21 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 14 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 14 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 OPPONENT 14 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 14 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 14 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 BOTH TEAMS 35 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 21 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 20 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010

FOURTH QUARTER KANSAS STATE 21 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 20 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 14 Three times, LAST: Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl..................2004 OPPONENT 14 BYU, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1997 10 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 9 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 BOTH TEAMS 31 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 27 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 22 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010

MOST POINTS BY HALF FIRST HALF

KANSAS STATE 26 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 24 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 21 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 21 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 OPPONENT 21 Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................2004 20 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002 19 Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................2012 19 Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ........................................2001 BOTH TEAMS 36 Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................1997 35 Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................2001 34 Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................2002

SECOND HALF KANSAS STATE 28 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995 28 Wyoming, Copper Bowl................................................1993 27 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 OPPONENT 22 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 20 Rutgers, Texas Bowl ....................................................2006 20 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 BOTH TEAMS 47 Purdue, Alamo Bowl....................................................1998 42 Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ............................................2010 42 Colorado State, Holiday Bowl ......................................1995

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RUSHING

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS 28 24 23 22 21 20 20 20 20 18

Josh Scobey vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ................................................................................................................1-1-2001 Collin Klein vs. Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ..................................................................................................................1-6-2012 Mike Lawrence vs. BYU, Cotton Bowl......................................................................................................................1-1-1997 Daniel Thomas vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ......................................................................................................12-30-2010 Darren Sproles vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ..................................................................................................12-27-2002 JJ Smith vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl....................................................................................................................12-29-1993 Eric Hickson vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl........................................................................................................12-29-1995 Michael Bishop vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ............................................................................................................12-29-1998 Jon Beasley vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl..........................................................................................................12-29-1999 Ell Roberson vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ....................................................................................................12-27-2002

MOST YARDS RUSHING 153 139 125 114 113 90 89 84 81

Josh Scobey vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ................................................................................................................1-1-2001 JJ Smith vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl....................................................................................................................12-29-1993 Darren Sproles vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ..................................................................................................12-27-2002 Eric Hickson vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl........................................................................................................12-29-1995 Jon Beasley vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ................................................................................................................1-1-2001 Daniel Thomas vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ......................................................................................................12-30-2010 Ell Roberson vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ......................................................................................................12-27-2002 David Allen vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ..................................................................................................................12-29-1998 Jon Beasley vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl..........................................................................................................12-29-1999

2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 77

INDIVIDUAL BOWL RECORDS 77 Michael Bishop vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ...................................................................... 12-31-1997

PASSING

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED 51 35 31 31 30 28 28 28 27 25

Ell Roberson vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..........................................................1-2-2004 Darrell Dickey vs. Wisconsin, Independence ................................................12-11-1982 Jon Beasley vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl ..................................................12-29-1999 Chad May vs. Boston College, Aloha Bowl....................................................12-25-1994 Collin Klein vs. Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ............................................................1-6-2012 Ell Roberson vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl................................................12-27-2002 Brian Kavanagh vs. BYU, Cotton Bowl ..............................................................1-1-1997 Chad May vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ..........................................................12-29-1993 Jon Beasley vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..........................................................1-1-2002 Marc Dunn vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ..........................................................12-29-2002

MOST PASSES COMPLETED 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 14 13

Ell Roberson vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..........................................................1-2-2004 Chad May vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ..........................................................12-29-1993 Brian Kavanagh vs. BYU, Cotton Bowl ..............................................................1-1-1997 Carson Coffman vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ..............................................12-30-2010 Collin Klein vs. Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ............................................................1-6-2012 Jon Beasley vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl ..................................................12-29-1999 Michael Bishop vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl....................................................12-31-1997 Brian Kavanagh vs. BYU, Cotton Bowl ..............................................................1-1-1997 Three times (Most recent: Jon Beasley vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl) ................1-1-2001

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) .750 .739 .679 .609 .533 .500 .476 .484 .481 .480

Brian Kavanagh vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl (18-24) ..............................12-29-1995 Carson Coffman vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl (17-23) ................................12-30-2010 Chad May vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl (19-28)..............................................12-29-1993 Michael Bishop vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl (14-23) ......................................12-31-1997 Collin Klein vs. Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ............................................................1-6-2012 Brian Kavanagh vs. BYU, Cotton Bowl (14-28) ................................................1-1-1997 Josh Freeman vs. Rutgers, Texas Bowl (10-21) ............................................12-28-2006 Jon Beasley vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl (15-31) ......................................12-29-1999 Jon Beasley vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl (13-27)..............................................1-1-2001 Marc Dunn vs. Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl (12-25) ....................................12-29-2001

MOST YARDS GAINED PASSING 317 294 275 242 233 228 216 215 210 185

Michael Bishop vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl....................................................12-31-1997 Ell Roberson vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..........................................................1-2-2004 Chad May vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ..........................................................12-29-1993 Brian Kavanagh vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl ............................................12-29-1995 Brian Kavanagh vs. BYU, Cotton Bowl ..............................................................1-1-1997 Carson Coffman vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ..............................................12-30-2010 Jon Beasley vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl ..................................................12-29-1999 Ell Roberson vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl................................................12-27-2002 Jon Beasley vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..........................................................1-1-2001 Chad May vs. Boston College, Aloha Bowl....................................................12-25-1994

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN 4 4 3 2

Michael Bishop vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl....................................................12-31-1997 Brian Kavanagh vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl ............................................12-29-1995 Michael Bishop vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ......................................................12-29-1998 Four times (Most recent: Carson Coffman vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl)......12-30-2010

MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN 4 2 2 2 1

Michael Bishop vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ......................................................12-29-1998 Josh Freeman vs. Rutgers, Texas Bowl ........................................................12-28-2006 Brian Kavanagh vs. BYU, Cotton Bowl ..............................................................1-1-1997 Chad May vs. Boston College, Aloha Bowl....................................................12-25-1994 Eight times (Most recent: Collin Klein vs. Arkansas, Cotton Bowl) ....................1-6-2012

RECEIVING

MOST RECEPTIONS 8 7 7 7 7 7 6 6

Andre Coleman vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ..................................................12-29-1993 Davin Dennis vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ........................................................1-2-2004 Quincy Morgan vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl......................................................1-1-2001 Quincy Morgan vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl ..............................................12-29-1999 Darnell McDonald vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl................................................12-31-1997 Kevin Lockett vs. BYU, Cotton Bowl ..................................................................1-1-1997 Mitch Running vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl ..............................................12-29-1995 Eric Hickson vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl..................................................12-29-1995

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Eight times (Most recent: Sheldon Smith, Cotton Bowl)....................................1-6-2012

MOST RECEIVING YARDS 206 145 144 135 126 124 113 104 99 98

Darnell McDonald vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl................................................12-31-1997 Quincy Morgan vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl......................................................1-1-2001 Andre Coleman vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ..................................................12-29-1993 Kevin Lockett vs. BYU, Cotton Bowl ..................................................................1-1-1997 Mitch Running vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl ..............................................12-29-1995 Darnell McDonald vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ..................................................12-29-1998 Davin Dennis vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ........................................................1-2-2004 Quincy Morgan vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl ..............................................12-29-1999 Kevin Lockett vs. Boston College, Aloha Bowl ..............................................12-25-1994 Justin Swift vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl..........................................................12-31-1997

MOST TOUCHDOWNS RECEIVING 3 2 2 1

Darnell McDonald vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl................................................12-31-1997 Quincy Morgan vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl......................................................1-1-2001 Darnell McDonald vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ..................................................12-29-1998 Eight times (Most recent: Andre McDonald, Cotton Bowl) ................................1-6-2012

PUNTING

MOST PUNTS 11 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 5 4

Eric Hardy vs. Boston College, Aloha Bowl....................................................12-25-1994 Ryan Doerr vs. Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ............................................................1-6-2012 Travis Brown vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ..............................................12-27-2002 Scott Fulhage vs. Wisconsin, Independence ................................................12-11-1982 Jared Brite vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ............................................................1-2-2004 James Garcia vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ........................................................12-29-1998 James Garcia vs. BYU, Cotton Bowl..................................................................1-1-1997 Travis Brown vs. Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ..............................................12-29-2001 Tim Reyer vs. Rutgers, Texas Bowl ..............................................................12-28-2006 Travis Brown Wash., Holiday Bowl; vs. Tenn., Cotton Bowl ..........12-29-1999; 1-1-2001

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER PUNT (MIN. 3 PUNTS) 47.5 46.0 45.7 45.5 45.0 44.1 44.0 44.0 42.6 42.4

Travis Brown vs. Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ..............................................12-29-2001 James Garcia vs. BYU, Cotton Bowl..................................................................1-1-1997 Jared Brite vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ............................................................1-2-2004 Eric Hardy vs. Boston College, Aloha Bowl....................................................12-25-1994 James Garcia vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl................................................12-29-1995 James Garcia vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ........................................................12-29-1998 Mike Ronsick vs. Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ..............................................12-29-2001 James Garcia vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ......................................................12-31-1997 Ryan Doerr vs. Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ............................................................1-6-2012 Tim Reyer vs. Rutgers, Texas Bowl ..............................................................12-28-2006

PUNT RETURNS MOST RETURNS 6 4 4 4 3 3 2

Aaron Lockett vs. Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl..............................................12-29-2001 Darren Sproles vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ......................................................1-2-2004 Terence Newman vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................12-27-2002 David Allen vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl..........................................................12-31-1997 David Allen vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ............................................................12-29-1998 Mitch Running vs. Boston College, Aloha Bowl ............................................12-25-1994 Five times (Most recent: Ty Zimmerman vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl) ........12-30-2010

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS 78 73 67 48 40 30 15 13 11 10

Yamon Figurs vs. Rutgers, Texas Bowl ..........................................................12-28-2006 Andre Coleman vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ..................................................12-29-1993 David Allen vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ............................................................12-29-1998 David Allen vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl..........................................................12-31-1997 Aaron Lockett vs. Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl..............................................12-29-2001 Terence Newman vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................12-27-2002 Joe Gordon vs. Boston College, Aloha Bowl ..................................................12-25-1994 Mitch Running vs. Boston College, Aloha Bowl ............................................12-25-1994 Ty Zimmerman vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ................................................12-30-2010 Two times (Most recent: Darren Sproles vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl) ..............1-2-2004

KICKOFF RETURNS MOST RETURNS 5 4 3

Frank Murphy vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ........................................................12-29-1998 Gerald Neasman vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl..................................................12-31-1997 Aubrey Quarles vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl................................................12-30-2010

INDIVIDUAL BOWL RECORDS 3 3

Terence Newman vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................12-27-2002 Andre Coleman vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ..................................................12-29-1993

MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 107 89 71 65 61 59 58 54 48 46

Frank Murphy vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ........................................................12-29-1998 Gerald Neasman vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl..................................................12-31-1997 Aubrey Quarles vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl................................................12-30-2010 Leon Patton vs. Rutgers, Texas Bowl ............................................................12-28-2006 Aaron Lockett vs. Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl..............................................12-29-2001 Andre Coleman vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ..................................................12-29-1993 Eric Hickson vs. Boston College, Aloha Bowl ................................................12-25-1994 Quincy Morgan vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl ..............................................12-29-1999 Josh Scobey vs. Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ................................................12-29-2001 Terence Newman vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................12-27-2002

INTERCEPTIONS MOST INTERCEPTIONS 2 2 1

Cedrick Williams vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl....................................................1-2-2004 Mario Smith vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl..................................................12-29-1995 15 times (Most recent: Bobby Walker vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl) ........12-27-2002

MOST INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 47 37 15 14 13 11 8 6 6 3

Rock Cartwright vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ....................................................1-1-2001 Kenny McEntyre vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ................................................12-29-1993 Jerametrius Butler vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ................................................1-1-2001 Mario Smith vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl..................................................12-29-1995 Travis Ochs vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl..........................................................12-31-1997 Joe Gordon vs. Boston College, Aloha Bowl ..................................................12-25-1994 Lamar Chapman vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl............................................12-29-1999 Jon McGraw vs. Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ................................................12-29-2001 Lamar Chapman vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ....................................................12-29-1998 Jarrod Cooper vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ........................................................12-29-1998

TOTAL OFFENSE MOST PLAYS 67 54 51 46 44 44 40 40 38 36

Ell Roberson vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..........................................................1-2-2004 Collin Klein vs. Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ............................................................1-6-2012 Jon Beasley vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl ..................................................12-29-1999 Ell Roberson vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl................................................12-27-2002 Jon Beasley vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..........................................................1-1-2001 Michael Bishop vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ......................................................12-29-1998 Chad May vs. Boston College, Aloha Bowl........................................................12-25-94 Darryl Dickey vs. Wisconsin, Independence..................................................12-11-1983 Michael Bishop vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl....................................................12-31-1997 Brian Kavanagh vs. BYU, Cotton Bowl ..............................................................1-1-1997

MOST YARDS 394 347 323 304 297 295 254 248 247 229

Michael Bishop vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl....................................................12-31-1997 Ell Roberson vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..........................................................1-2-2004 Jon Beasley vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..........................................................1-1-2001 Ell Roberson vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl................................................12-27-2002 Jon Beasley vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl ..................................................12-29-1999 Chad May vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ..........................................................12-29-1993 Carson Coffman vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ..............................................12-30-2010 Brian Kavanagh vs. BYU, Cotton Bowl ..............................................................1-1-1997 Brian Kavanagh vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl ............................................12-29-1995 Michael Bishop vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ......................................................12-29-1998

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS MOST PLAYS 28 28 24 23 23 22 22 22 20 20

Josh Scobey vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..........................................................1-1-2001 Eric Hickson vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl..................................................12-29-1995 Collin Klein vs. Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ............................................................1-6-2012 Daniel Thomas vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ................................................12-30-2010 Mike Lawrence vs. BYU, Cotton Bowl ..............................................................1-1-1997 Darren Sproles vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ......................................................1-2-2004 Darren Sproles vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ............................................12-27-2002 J.J. Smith vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl............................................................12-29-1993 Jon Beasley vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl ..................................................12-29-1999 Michael Bishop vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ......................................................12-29-1998

MOST YARDS 184 159

Aaron Lockett vs. Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl..............................................12-29-2001 Eric Hickson vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl..................................................12-29-1995

159 158 153 152

J.J. Smith vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl............................................................12-29-1993 Quincy Morgan vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl......................................................1-1-2001 Josh Scobey vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..........................................................1-1-2001 Terence Newman vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ........................................12-27-2002

SCORING

MOST POINTS 18 18 18 18 12 12 12 12 12 12

Daniel Thomas vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ................................................12-30-2010 Ell Roberson vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl................................................12-27-2002 Jon Beasley vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl ..................................................12-29-1999 Darnell McDonald vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl................................................12-31-1997 Ell Roberson vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..........................................................1-2-2004 Quincy Morgan vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl......................................................1-1-2001 Josh Scobey vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..........................................................1-1-2001 Darnell McDonald vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ..................................................12-29-1998 Mike Lawrence vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl..............................................12-29-1995 Andre Coleman vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ..................................................12-29-1993

MOST TOUCHDOWNS 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2

Daniel Thomas vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ................................................12-30-2010 Ell Roberson vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl................................................12-27-2002 Jon Beasley vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl ..................................................12-29-1999 Darnell McDonald vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl................................................12-31-1997 Ell Roberson vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..........................................................1-2-2004 Quincy Morgan vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl......................................................1-1-2001 Josh Scobey vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..........................................................1-1-2001 Darnell McDonald vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ..................................................12-29-1998 Mike Lawrence vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl..............................................12-29-1995 Andre Coleman vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ..................................................12-29-1993

MOST FIELD GOALS 1 1 1 1 1

Jeff Snodgrass vs. Rutgers,Texas Bowl ........................................................12-28-2006 Joe Rheem vs. Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ..................................................12-29-2001 Jamie Rheem vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl ................................................12-29-1999 Tate Wright vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ........................................................12-29-1993 Steve Willis vs. Wisconsin, Independence Bowl............................................12-11-1982

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 2 2 2 2 1

Joe Rheem vs. Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ..................................................12-29-2001 Jamie Rheem vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1-1-2001 Jamie Rheem vs. Washington, Holiday Bowl ................................................12-29-1999 Tate Wright vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ........................................................12-29-1993 Seven times (Most recent: Anthony Cantele vs. Arkansas, Cotton Bowl) ..........1-6-2012

MOST POINT-AFTER-TOUCHDOWNS 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4

Martin Gramatica vs. Colorado St., Holiday Bowl..........................................12-29-1995 Jamie Rheem vs. Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1-1-2001 Martin Gramatica vs. Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ................................................12-31-1997 Josh Cherry vs. Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ....................................................12-30-2010 Joe Rheem vs. Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ............................................................1-2-2004 Joe Rheem vs. Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ..................................................12-27-2002 Martin Gramatica vs. Purdue, Alamo Bowl ..................................................12-29-1998 Tate Wright vs. Wyoming, Copper Bowl ........................................................12-29-1993

CAREER RUSHING

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS 46 41 38 38 37 35 34 29 25 22

Ell Roberson ..........................................................................................2000-01-02-04 Mike Lawrence ............................................................................................1995-97-97 Josh Scobey ................................................................................................2000-01-02 Michael Bishop..................................................................................................1997-98 Jon Beasley ..................................................................................................1999-2001 Eric Hickson ..........................................................................................1994-95-97-98 Darren Sproles ................................................................................................2002-04 J.J. Smith ..........................................................................................................1993-94 Collin Klein ........................................................................................................2010-11 Daniel Thomas........................................................................................................2010

MOST YARDS RUSHING 205 194 184 181 166

Josh Scobey ................................................................................................2000-01-02 Jon Beasley ..................................................................................................1999-2001 Ell Roberson ..........................................................................................2000-01-02-04 Eric Hickson ..........................................................................................1994-95-97-98 Darren Sproles ..................................................................................................2002-04

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INDIVIDUAL BOWL RECORDS 161 124 120 92 90

J.J. Smith ..........................................................................................................1993-94 Michael Bishop..............................................................................................1997-1998 Mike Lawrence ............................................................................................1995-97-97 David Allen ..............................................................................................1998-99-2001 Daniel Thomas........................................................................................................2010

CAREER PASSING

MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS 94 59 58 52 47 35 30 25 23

Ell Roberson ................................................................................................2001-02-04 Chad May..........................................................................................................1993-94 Jon Beasley ..................................................................................................1999-2001 Brian Kavanagh ................................................................................................1995-97 Michael Bishop..............................................................................................1997-1998 Darryl Dickey ..........................................................................................................1982 Collin Klein ........................................................................................................2010-11 Marc Dunn..............................................................................................................2002 Carson Coffman......................................................................................................2010

MOST PASSES COMPLETED 33 32 28 26 23 17

Ell Roberson ................................................................................................2001-02-04 Chad May..........................................................................................................1993-94 Jon Beasley ..................................................................................................1999-2001 Brian Kavanagh ................................................................................................1995-97 Michael Bishop..................................................................................................1997-98 Carson Coffman......................................................................................................2010

MOST YARDS PASSING 579 499 475 460 426 228 173 151 129 127

Ell Roberson ................................................................................................2001-02-04 Michael Bishop..................................................................................................1997-98 Brian Kavanagh ................................................................................................1995-97 Chad May..........................................................................................................1993-94 Jon Beasley ..................................................................................................1999-2001 Carson Coffman......................................................................................................2010 Collin Klein ........................................................................................................2010-11 Marc Dunn..............................................................................................................2002 Josh Freeman..........................................................................................................2006 Darryl Dickey ..........................................................................................................1982

MOST TOUCHDOWNS PASSING 7 6 2 2 2 1 1

Michael Bishop..................................................................................................1997-98 Brian Kavanagh ................................................................................................1995-97 Carson Coffman......................................................................................................2010 Jon Beasley ..................................................................................................1999-2001 Matt Miller ..............................................................................................................1995 Collin Klein ........................................................................................................2010-11 Ell Roberson ................................................................................................2001-02-04

MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN 5 3 2 2 2 2 1 1

Michael Bishop..................................................................................................1997-98 Brian Kavanagh ................................................................................................1995-97 Josh Freeman..........................................................................................................2006 Ell Roberson ................................................................................................2001-02-04 Jon Beasley ..................................................................................................1999-2001 Chad May........................................................................................................1993-941 Collin Klein ........................................................................................................2010-11 Darryl Dickey ..........................................................................................................1982

HIGHEST COMPLETION PCT. (MIN. 25 ATTEMPTS) .542 .533 .500 .489 .483 .480 .476 .371 .351

Chad May..........................................................................................................1993-94 Collin Klein ........................................................................................................2010-11 Brian Kavanagh ................................................................................................1995-97 Michael Bishop..................................................................................................1997-98 Jon Beasley ..................................................................................................1999-2001 Marc Dunn..............................................................................................................2002 Josh Freeman..........................................................................................................2006 Darryl Dickey ..........................................................................................................1982 Ell Roberson ................................................................................................2001-02-04

CAREER RECEIVING MOST RECEPTIONS 17 14 14 12

Kevin Lockett..........................................................................................1993-94-95-97 Quincy Morgan ..............................................................................................1999-2001 Mitch Running..............................................................................................1993-94-95 Darnell McDonald..............................................................................................1997-98

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9 9 8 7 7 6

James Terry ......................................................................................................2002-04 Aaron Lockett ..............................................................................................1999-01-01 Andre Coleman ......................................................................................................1993 Davin Dennis ..........................................................................................................2004 Eric Hickson ......................................................................................................1995-98 Three players (Most recent: Chris Harper) ........................................................2010-11

MOST RECEIVING YARDS 330 305 220 215 148 144 125 113 100 84

Darnell McDonald..............................................................................................1997-98 Kevin Lockett..........................................................................................1993-94-95-97 Quincy Morgan ..................................................................................................1999-01 Mitch Running..............................................................................................1993-94-95 James Terry ......................................................................................................2002-04 Andre Coleman ......................................................................................................1993 Aaron Lockett ..............................................................................................1999-01-01 Davin Dennis ..........................................................................................................2004 Justin Swift........................................................................................................1997-98 Adrian Hilburn ........................................................................................................2010

MOST TOUCHDOWNS RECEIVING 5 3 2 2 1

Darnell McDonald..............................................................................................1997-98 Kevin Lockett..........................................................................................1993-94-95-97 Quincy Morgan ..............................................................................................1999-2001 Justin Swift........................................................................................................1997-98 Eight players (last time: Andre McDonald) ..............................................................2011

CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE MOST PLAYS 140 95 82 74 62 55 41 40 38 34

Ell Roberson ..........................................................................................2001-01-02-04 Jon Beasley ..................................................................................................1999-2001 Michael Bishop..................................................................................................1997-98 Chad May..........................................................................................................1993-94 Brian Kavanagh ................................................................................................1995-97 Collin Klein ........................................................................................................2010-11 Mike Lawrence ............................................................................................1995-97-97 Darryl Dickey ..........................................................................................................1983 Josh Scobey ......................................................................................................2001-01 Darren Sproles ..................................................................................................2002-04

MOST YARDS 763 623 620 495 480 254 217 205 169 166

Ell Roberson ..........................................................................................2001-01-02-04 Michael Bishop..................................................................................................1997-98 Jon Beasley ..................................................................................................1999-2001 Brian Kavanagh ................................................................................................1995-97 Chad May..........................................................................................................1993-94 Carson Coffman......................................................................................................2010 Collin Klein ........................................................................................................2010-11 Josh Scobey ..................................................................................................1999-2001 Marc Dunn..............................................................................................................2001 Darren Sproles ..................................................................................................2002-04

CAREER ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE MOST PLAYS 46 46 45 42 40 37 35 31 30 25

Ell Roberson ..........................................................................................2001-01-02-04 Eric Hickson ..........................................................................................1994-95-97-98 Darren Sproles ..................................................................................................2002-04 Mike Lawrence ............................................................................................1995-97-97 Josh Scobey ......................................................................................................2001-01 Jon Beasley ..................................................................................................1999-2001 Michael Bishop..................................................................................................1997-98 J.J. Smith ..........................................................................................................1993-94 David Allen ..............................................................................................1998-99-2001 Collin Klein ........................................................................................................2010-11

MOST YARDS 340 330 305 283 234 231 230 201 194

Eric Hickson ..........................................................................................1994-95-97-98 Darnell McDonald..............................................................................................1997-98 Kevin Lockett..........................................................................................1993-94-95-97 Andre Coleman ......................................................................................................1993 Darren Sproles ..................................................................................................2002-04 David Allen ..............................................................................................1998-99-2001 Aaron Lockett ..........................................................................................1999-2001-01 Josh Scobey ......................................................................................................2001-01 Jon Beasley ..................................................................................................1999-2001

OPPONENT BOWL RECORDS 184

Ell Roberson ..........................................................................................2001-01-02-04

CAREER PUNTING MOST PUNTS 22 20 11 11 8 7 5 3 3

Travis Brown ......................................................................................1999-2001-01-02 James Garcia ........................................................................................1995-97-97-99 Ryan Doerr ........................................................................................................2010-11 Eric Hardy ..............................................................................................................1994 Scott Fulhage ..........................................................................................................1982 Jared Brite ..............................................................................................................2004 Tim Reyer................................................................................................................2006 Ryan Doerr..............................................................................................................2010 Mike Ronsick ..........................................................................................................2001

HIGHEST PUNTING AVERAGE (MIN. 5 PUNTS) 45.7 45.5 44.9 42.4 39.5 39.0 36.8

Jared Brite ..............................................................................................................2004 Eric Hardy ..............................................................................................................1994 James Garcia ........................................................................................1995-97-97-99 Tim Reyer................................................................................................................2006 Ryan Doerr ........................................................................................................2010-11 Travis Brown ......................................................................................1999-2001-01-02 Scott Fulhage ..........................................................................................................1982

OPPONENT RECORDS MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS 28 27 24

David Green, Boston College, Aloha Bowl ....................................................12-25-1994 Delone Carter, Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ......................................................12-30-2010 Ray Rice, Rutgers,Texas Bowl ......................................................................12-28-2006

MOST YARDS RUSHING 198 183 170

Delone Carter, Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ......................................................12-30-2010 Travis Henry, Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................................1-1-2001 Ray Rice, Rutgers,Texas Bowl ......................................................................12-28-2006

MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS 57 53 43

Andrew Walter, Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ................................................12-27-2002 Drew Brees, Purdue, Alamo Bowl ................................................................12-29-1998 Joe Hughes, Wyoming, Copper Bowl ............................................................12-29-1993

MOST COMPLETIONS 28 28 25

Andrew Walter, Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ................................................12-27-2002 Joe Hughes, Wyoming, Copper Bowl ............................................................12-29-1993 Drew Brees, Purdue, Alamo Bowl ................................................................12-29-1998

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) .667 .651 .645

Marques Tuiasosopo, Washington, Holiday Bowl ..........................................12-29-1999 Joe Hughes, Wyoming, Copper Bowl ............................................................12-29-1993 Tyler Wilson, Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ................................................................1-6-2012

MOST YARDS PASSING 293 291 271

Andrew Walter, Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ................................................12-27-2002 Steve Sarkisian, BYU, Cotton Bowl ..................................................................1-1-1997 Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ....................................................12-31-1997

MOST TOUCHDOWNS PASSING 4 3 3

Craig Krenzel, Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl..............................................................1-2-2004 Ryan Nassib, Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ........................................................12-30-2010 Drew Brees, Purdue, Alamo Bowl ................................................................12-29-1998

MOST INTERCEPTIONS 3 3 2

Craig Clausen, Tennessee, Cotton Bowl............................................................1-1-2001 Drew Brees, Purdue, Alamo Bowl ................................................................12-29-1998 Three times (Most recent: Craig Krenzel, Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl)....................1-2-2004

MOST RECEPTIONS 11 10 8

Isaac Jones, Purdue, Alamo Bowl ................................................................12-29-1998 Shaun McDonald, Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ............................................12-27-2002 Ryan Yarborough, Wyoming, Copper Bowl ....................................................12-29-1993

MOST YARDS RECEIVING 172 122 101

Marcus Sales, Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ......................................................12-30-2010 Clark Harris, Rutgers,Texas Bowl..................................................................12-28-2006 Kevin Johnson, Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ..........................................................12-31-1997

MOST TOUCHDOWNS RECEIVING 3

2

Three times (Most recent: Tim Brown, Rutgers,Texas Bowl)..........................12-28-2006

MOST TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS 63 62 55

Drew Brees, Purdue, Alamo Bowl ................................................................12-29-1998 Andrew Walter, Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ................................................12-27-2002 Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ....................................................12-31-1997

MOST TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 381 318 271

Donovan McNabb, Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ....................................................12-31-1997 Steve Sarkisian, BYU, Cotton Bowl ..................................................................1-1-1997 Andrew Walter, Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ................................................12-27-2002

MOST ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 198 194 172

Delone Carter, Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ......................................................12-30-2010 Travis Henry, Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................................1-1-2001 Marcus Sales, Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ......................................................12-30-2010

MOST PUNTS 11 8 8

Mike Shafer, Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ....................................................12-29-2001 David Leaverton, Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ........................................................1-1-2001 Jeff Beckley, Boston College, Aloha Bowl ......................................................12-25-1994

HIGHEST AVERAGE PER PUNT (MIN. 3 PUNTS) 46.8 44.8 44.2

Dylan Breeding, Arkansas, Cotton Bowl............................................................1-6-2012 Mike Shafer, Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ....................................................12-29-2001 Brian Gragert, Wyoming, Copper Bowl ..........................................................12-29-1993

MOST PUNT RETURNS 7 7 5

Justin Taplin, Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ....................................................12-27-2002 Jamel Riddle, Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl....................................................12-29-2001 Kenyatta Watson, Boston College, Aloha Bowl ..............................................12-25-1994

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS 62 56 39

Joe Adams, Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ..................................................................1-6-2012 Jamel Riddle, Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl....................................................12-29-2001 James Dye, BYU, Cotton Bowl ..........................................................................1-1-1997

MOST KICKOFF RETURNS 6 5 5

Kevin Johnson, Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ..........................................................12-31-1997 Josh Golden, Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ....................................................12-27-2002 Leonard Scott, Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ............................................................1-1-2001

MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 130 125 114

Kevin Johnson, Syracuse, Fiesta Bowl ..........................................................12-31-1997 Leonard Scott, Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ............................................................1-1-2001 Josh Golden, Arizona State, Holiday Bowl ....................................................12-27-2002

MOST INTERCEPTIONS 2 2 1

Willie Ford, Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ......................................................12-29-2001 Billy Gustin, Purdue, Alamo Bowl ................................................................12-29-1998 Many Players, LAST: J. Nelson, Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ....................................1-6-2012

MOST INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 78 61 59

Jabari Greer, Tennessee, Cotton Bowl ..............................................................1-1-2001 Jerico Nelson, Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ..............................................................1-6-2012 Billy Gustin, Purdue, Alamo Bowl ................................................................12-29-1998

MOST POINTS SCORED 18 18 13

Marcus Sales, Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ......................................................12-30-2010 James Mungro, Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ................................................12-29-2001 Jeremy Ito, Rutgers,Texas Bowl ....................................................................12-28-2006

MOST TOUCHDOWNS 3 3 2

Marcus Sales, Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ......................................................12-30-2010 James Mungro, Syracuse, Insight.com Bowl ................................................12-29-2001 Four players (Most recent: Tim Brown, Rutgers,Texas Bowl) ........................12-28-2006

MOST FIELD GOALS 3

Three times (Most recent: Zach Hocker, Arkansas, Cotton Bowl) ......................1-6-2012

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 5 3

Jeremy Ito, Rutgers,Texas Bowl ....................................................................12-28-2006 Three times, LAST: Zach Hocker, Arkansas, Cotton Bowl ..................................1-6-2012

MOST POINT-AFTER-TOUCHDOWNS 5 4 4

Mike Nugent, Ohio State, Fiesta Bowl ..............................................................1-2-2004 Jeremy Ito, Rutgers,Texas Bowl ....................................................................12-28-2006 Travis Dorsch, Purdue, Alamo Bowl..............................................................12-29-1998

Marcus Sales, Syracuse, Pinstripe Bowl ......................................................12-30-2010

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1982 INDEPENDENCE BOWL KANSAS STATE

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WISCONSIN

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DECEMBER 11, 1982 INDEPENDENCE STADIUM • SHREVEPORT, LA. SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State Wisconsin

1 0 0

2 3 7

3 0 7

4 0 0

FINAL 3 14

KS - Willis 29 yd field goal (7:10, 2nd) UW - Jones 16 yd pass from Wright (Rohde kick, 4:51, 2nd) UW - Stracka 87 yd pass from Wright (Rohde kick, 14:47, 3rd) Attendance: 49,523

TEAM STATISTICS KS First Downs 12 Rushes-Yards (NET) 33-65 Passing Yards(NET) 127 Pass Att-Comp-Int 35-13-1 TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS 68-192 Punt Returns-Yards-TD 1-6-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD 2-26-0 Interception Returns-Yards-TD 0-0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 8-36.8 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 Penalties-Yards 9-75 Possession Time 29:25

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Faraimo 11-25-0; Taluao 10-31-0; Dickey 5-6-0 UW - Ellerson 13-47-0; King 12-41-0; Williams 11-57-0 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Dickey 35-13-127-0-1 UW - Wright 24-9-183-2-0 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Dageforde 4-30-0; Wallace 3-51-0; Taluao 3-26-0 UW - Keeling 4-64-0; Nault 2-11-0; Stracka 1-87-1

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UW 14 43-128 131 24-9-0 67-314 1-1-0 1-17-0 1-0-0 6-40.7 4-3 5-40 30:35

Following a 33-10 victory over Colorado on November 20, 1982, Kansas State head coach Jim Dickey and the Wildcats celebrate their first ever bowl invitation as the Independence Bowl was on hand to invite the Cats to Shreveport, La.

SHREVEPORT, La. - Wisconsin quarterback Randy Wright tossed two touchdown passes as the Badgers overcame an early Kansas State lead for a hard-earned 14-3 victory over the Wildcats in the seventh annual Independence Bowl. The game, played in cold and wet conditions before an announced crowd of 49,523, marked the first-ever Bowl appearance by Kansas State. A 23 mile-per-hour wind dropped temperatures to 10 below zero and kept many fans away. After a scoreless first quarter, K-State took the game’s first lead with 7:10 left in the second period when Steve Willis booted a 29-yard field goal after defensive end Bob Daniels recovered a fumble at the Badger 18-yard line. The Wildcats’ lead was short-lived, however. On Wisconsin’s ensuing drive following the field goal, the Badgers marched 79 yards in eight plays, scoring a touchdown on a 16-yard pass from Wright to Michael Jones to give UW a 7-3 halftime lead. Wisconsin struck again midway through the third quarter, when game offensive MVP Wright connected with Tim Stracka on an 87-yard touchdown pass for a 14-3 Badger advantage. K-State drove deep into Wisconsin territory on its next two possessions, but was unable to score. One opportunity ended when a Wildcat pass was intercepted in the Badger end

zone, while a second was stymied at the Wisconsin 26-yard line, when K-State could not convert on fourth down. Darrell Ray Dickey completed 13 of 35 passes for 127 yards and one interception on the game for 1982 Big Eight Coach of the Year Jim Dickey’s Wildcat squad. The 35 pass attempts stood as a Kansas State bowl record until 2004, when Ell Roberson’s 51 attempts in the 2004 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl vs. Ohio State.

Darrell Ray Dickey set the then-school mark for pass attempts in the 1982 Independence Bowl with 35 against Wisconsin.

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WYOMING

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DECEMBER 29, 1993 ARIZONA STADIUM • TUCSON, ARIZ.

Kansas State earned its first ever bowl victory over Wyoming in the 1993 Copper Bowl. An estimated 20,000 Wildcat fans made up almost half of the 49,075 fans who helped set a Copper Bowl attendance record.

SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State Wyoming

1 9 3

2 15 7

3 14 0

4 14 7

FINAL 52 17

WY - Sorensen 35 yd field goal (8:13, 1st) KS - Smith 2 yd run (Wright kick failed, 5:37, 1st) KS - Wright 22 yd field goal (0:00, 1st) KS - May 2 yd run (Wright kick, 10:08, 2nd) WY - Christopherson 3 yd run (Sorenson kick, 3:38, 2nd) KS - Coleman 68 yd punt return (May run, 1:07, 2nd) KS - Coleman 61 yd pass from May (Wright kick, 14:06, 3rd) KS - Lockett 30 yd pass from May (Wright kick, 7:41, 3rd) WY - Pratt 14 yd pass from Gustin (Sorensen kick, 11:54, 4th) KS - Edwards 13 yd run (Claassen kick, 9:11, 4th) KS - McEntyre 37 yd interception return (Wright kick, 6:09, 4th) Attendance: 49,075

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions

KS 22 39-227 275 28-19-0 67-502 3-83-1 4-81-0 2-37-1 3-23.3 0-0 5-40 30:01 4-12 0-0

WY 20 23-36 266 51-31-2 74-302 1-34-0 6-94-0 0-0-0 5-44.2 2-1 8-70 29:59 3-13 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Smith 20-133-1; Edwards 9-65-1; May 6-12-1 WY - Christopherson 15-28-1; Hughes 5-5-0; Gragert 1-8-0 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - May 28-19-275-2-0 WY - Hughes 43-28-237-0-0; Gustin 7-3-29-1-1 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Coleman 8-144-1; Running 5-50-1; Lockett 1-30-1 WY - Yarborough 8-72-0; Pratt 3-52-1

TUCSON, Ariz. - It’s probable that not even Bill Snyder could have scripted the events of Dec. 29, 1993, any better as K-State put the finishing touches on one of its finest football seasons in school history with a breathtaking 52-17 total domination of Wyoming. Wyoming took a quick 3-0 lead on a 35yard field goal, but the rest, as they say, is history. K-State put its high-powered offense into overdrive and scored on its first three possessions. J.J. Smith put K-State on the board with a two-yard TD run as the Wildcats drove 68 yards in just six plays to take a 6-3 lead. Tate Wright added a 22yard field goal, and on its third possession, K-State drove 76 yards in only eight plays to take a 16-3 lead on Chad May’s two-yard TD plunge. With 1:07 left in the first half, Wyoming punted deep in its own territory. All-American Andre Coleman fielded the ball at his own 32, sidestepped two defenders and then raced untouched down the far sideline for a touchdown to put K-State ahead 24-10 at the half. Coleman and company began the second half right where they left off and quickly broke the Cowboys’ spirit with a 61-yard touchdown catch just 54 seconds into the third quarter. Freshman All-American Kevin Lockett then put K-State ahead 38-10 midway through the third quarter with a 30-yard touchdown reception. Reserve running back Leon Ed-

wards later added a 13-yard touchdown run, and cornerback Kenny McEntyre provided the game’s crowning moment with a 37-yard interception return for a touchdown with just over six minutes left in the game. The final numbers were staggering, as the Kansas State offense rolled up 502 yards and averaging 7.5 yards per play.

Tyson Schwieger and the K-State offense rolled up 502 yards in the Wildcats’ 52-17 Copper Bowl victory over Wyoming. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 83

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1994 ALOHA BOWL KANSAS STATE

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BOSTON COLLEGE

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DECEMBER 25, 1994 ALOHA STADIUM • HONOLULU, HAWAII

Wide receiver Kevin Lockett pulled in five receptions for 99 yards against Boston College in the Aloha Bowl. It was K-State’s second ever game away from the Continential United States.

SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State Boston College

1 7 7

2 0 2

3 0 0

4 0 3

FINAL 7 12

BC - Smith 2 yd run (Gordon kick, 10:35, 1st) KS - Sublette 0 yd blocked punt return (Gramatica kick, 0:08, 1st) BC - Team Safety (2:37, 2nd) BC - Gordon 35 yd field goal (1:18, 4th) Attendance: 44,682

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions

KS 7 23-(-61) 185 31-13-2 54-124 4-28-0 3-75-0 1-11-0 11-45.5 0-0 9-56 24:18 1-14 1-1

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Smith 9-18-0; May 9-(-80)-0; Edwards 4-7-0 BC - Green 28-121-0; Smith 16-32-1; Boyd 1-(-1)-0 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - May 31-13-185-0-2 BC - Hartsell 29-12-168-0-1 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Lockett 5-99-0; Running 3-39-0; Lojka 1-19-0 BC - Grice 3-24-0; Watson 2-80-0; Mitchell 2-32-0

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BC 13 46-149 168 29-18-1 75-317 6-49-0 3-77-0 2-2-0 9-36.1 0-0 7-84 35:42 6-20 0-2

HONOLULU, Hawaii - Kansas State played Boston College to a defensive standoff much of the afternoon at Aloha Stadium, but the Wildcat offense never got on track and fell 12-7 in the 1994 Aloha Bowl. The Eagles sacked K-State quarterback Chad May eight times, including a four-hit effort by end Mike Mamula, who was named the game’s most valuable player. Couple that with a ground game that gained just 30 yards and K-State netted just 124 altogether in finishing 9-3. The Eagles couldn’t distance themselves from the Wildcats despite a 51-yard bolt by David Green on the game’s second play. That carry led to an early 7-0 cushion for the Eagles but would be the only touchdown of the day. K-State’s lone score came with eight seconds left in the first quarter when Joe Gordon crashed the middle of BC’s line and blocked a punt by Jeff Beckley. Chris Sublette recovered the ball on the first hop in the end zone and the game was tied, 7-7. However, BC would answer with its own end zone patrol later in the half when Mamula applied the biggest of his hits on May for a safety with 2:37 left. The Wildcats reached the BC 19 on their ensuing drive, but Eric Shorter intercepted a dropped pass in the flat on third-and-15 with 19 seconds left in the half. Still, a defense that featured punter Eric Hardy, Gordon and a pair of 10-tackle per-

formances from Chuck Marlowe and Mario Smith kept the Wildcats within striking distance until the end. BC could only tack on a 35-yard field goal by David Gordon with 1:18 remaining in the second half.

Joe Gordon was chosen as K-State’s MVP in the Aloha Bowl after he blocked a punt leading to the Wildcats’ only score.

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1995 HOLIDAY BOWL KANSAS STATE

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COLORADO STATE

21

DECEMBER 29, 1995 JACK MURPHY STADIUM • SAN DIEGO, CALIF. SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State Colorado State

1 7 7

2 19 0

3 21 14

4 7 0

FINAL 54 21

KS - Hickson 4 yd run (Gramatica kick, 11:21, 1st) CS - Blake 2 yd run (McDougal kick, 6:30, 1st) KS - Lawrence 5 yd run (Gramatica kick failed, 9:21, 2nd) KS - Kelly 18 yd run (Kavanagh run failed, 6:37, 2nd) KS - Lojka 12 yd pass from Kavanagh (Gramatica kick, 2:36, 2nd) KS - Schwieger 18 yd pass from Kavanagh (Gramatica kick, 10:46, 3rd) CS - Watson 3 yd run (McDougal kick, 8:03, 3rd) KS - Lawrence 5 yd run (Gramatica kick, 6:24, 3rd) CS - Washington 12 yd run (McDougal kick, 4:12, 3rd) KS - Lockett 4 yd pass from Kavanagh (Gramatica kick, 0:50, 3rd) KS - Running 33 yd pass from Kavanagh (Gramatica kick, 7:46, 4th) Attendance: 51,051

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions

KS 30 48-212 324 32-24-1 80-536 3-7-0 3-67-0 3-14-0 3-45.0 0-0 12-124 36:17 4-12 0-1

CS 14 30-169 132 30-6-3 57-301 0-0-0 7-136-0 1-0-0 8-28.4 2-1 11-95 23:43 3-12 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Hickson 20-103-1; Lawrence 7-33-2; Charles 7-25-0 CS - Blake 11-41-1; Washington 10-101-1; Watson 7-23-1 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Kavanagh 24-18-242-4-1; Miller 8-6-82-0-0 CS - Moreno 24-5-91-0-2; Wilkinson 5-1-41-0-1; Loos 1-0-0-0-0 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Running 6-126-1; Hickson 6-55-0; Schwieger 4-47-1 CS - Antoine 1-41-0; Turner 1-35-0; Calhoun 1-27-0

A 2005 inductee into the Holiday Bowl Hall of Fame, quarterback Brian Kavanagh was the game’s Offensive MVP in 1995. Kavanagh came off the bench to go 18-of-24 through the air for 242 yards and four touchdowns.

SAN DIEGO, Calif. - For the second time in three years, Kansas State ran roughshod over the Western Athletic Conference’s best as the Wildcats outran, outplayed and outscored Colorado State for a 54-21 win in front of more than 51,000 fans at the 1995 Plymouth Holiday Bowl at Jack Murphy Stadium. K-State began the scoring on an Eric Hickson 4-yard run with 11:21 left in the first quarter. After CSU responded with a touchdown to knot the score at 7-7, it was all Kansas State. The Wildcats outscored the Rams, 19-0, in the second quarter by virtue of an interception return by safety Mario Smith and a blocked punt. Brian Kavanagh, who would earn the game’s Offensive MVP award, came in for the injured Matt Miller in the second quarter and immediately put the ball in the end zone. Kavanagh completed 18-of-24 passes for 242 yards and a Holiday Bowl-record tying four touchdowns. The junior signal-caller tossed scoring strikes to Brian Lojka, Tyson Schwieger, Kevin Lockett and Mitch Running. Including Miller’s statistics before he was hurt, the Wildcat quarterbacks combined to complete 24 of 32 passes for 324 yards and four touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball, Smith earned MVP honors by picking off two passes, registering two passes broken up, making four tackles and generally creating

havoc among the Ram receivers. The nation’s top-ranked defense held the potent CSU offense to 301 yards, while forcing four turnovers. Individually, Hickson ran for 103 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries, while catching six passes. Running caught six passes for 126 yards and a TD. Freshman punter James Garcia averaged 45.0 yards on three punts.

Free safety Mario Smith earned Defensive MVP honors after picking off two passes, breaking up two more and making four stops. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 85

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1997 COTTON BOWL KANSAS STATE

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BYU

19

JANUARY 1, 1997 COTTON BOWL • DALLAS, TEXAS

The 1997 Cotton Bowl was Kansas State’s first ever New Year’s Day bowl game. An estimated 45,000 Wildcat fans descended on Dallas to watch K-State in the historic bowl setting.

SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State BYU

1 0 5

2 8 0

3 7 0

4 0 14

FINAL 15 19

BY - Team Safety (3:34, 1st) BY - Pochman 39 yd field goal (1:50, 1st) KS - Anderson 41 yd pass from Kavanagh (Lawrence run, 0:00, 2nd) KS - Lockett 72 yd pass from Kavanagh (Rheem kick, 9:10, 3rd) BY - Dye 32 yd pass from Sarkisian (Pochman kick, 10:55, 4th) BY - Kealaluhi 28 yd pass from Sarkisian (Pochman kick, 3:39, 4th) Attendance: 71,928

TEAM STATISTICS KS First Downs 14 Rushes-Yards (NET) 32-41 Passing Yards(NET) 233 Pass Att-Comp-Int 28-14-2 TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS 60-274 Punt Returns-Yards-TD 1-7-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD 1-28-0 Interception Returns-Yards-TD 1-0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 7-46.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 Penalties-Yards 7-55 Possession Time 26:39 Third-Down Conversions 5-14 Fourth-Down Conversions 2-2

BY 24 36-59 291 36-21-1 72-350 4-39-0 0-0-0 2-19-0 5-38.8 1-0 8-59 33:21 4-13 0-1

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Lawrence 23-54-0; Kavanagh 8-(-18)-0; Anderson 1-5-0 BY - Sarkisian 15-(-20)-0; McKenzie 9-17-0; Johnson 6-38-0 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Kavanagh 28-14-233-2-2 BY - Sarkisian 36-21-291-2-1 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Lockett 7-135-1; Grosdidier 3-26-0; Anderson 2-50-1 BY - Lewis 5-79-0; McGuire 5-51-0; Dye 4-70-1

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DALLAS, Texas - An estimated 45,000 Kansas State fans descended on Dallas to watch the Wildcats in their first-ever New Year’s Day Bowl and were witness to one of the most exciting games of the bowl season. After taking a 15-5 lead following a 72yard touchdown pass from Brian Kavanagh to Kevin Lockett, the Wildcats saw why BYU quarterback Steve Sarkisian was considered one of the nation’s best. The Cougar QB tossed two fourth-quarter touchdowns to lead No. 5 BYU to a 19-15 Cotton Bowl victory. Following Sarkisian’s 28-yard scoring strike to Kealaluhi with 3:39 remaining in the game, Kavanagh and Lockett led the Wildcats to a first down at the BYU 12-yard line with around one minute remaining. But, Kavanagh’s pass to Jimmy Dean was picked off at the 3-yard line by Omarr Morgan to preserve BYU’s 14th win. The game’s first score came when Cotton Bowl Defensive MVP Shay Muirbrook tackled Kavanagh in the end zone for a safety in the first quarter. After the free kick, BYU scored again on an Ethan Pochman 39-yard field goal. K-State had a hard time getting on track until the final play of the first half. Kavanagh heaved a Hail Mary into the end zone, where, after the ball was deflected by a BYU defender, K-State junior Andre Anderson scooped the ball in for a touchdown. Following the PAT that gave K-State a 7-5

lead, a penalty on BYU forced the teams to return from the locker room so that the Wildcats could try for two points. Mike Lawrence made it pay off by scoring to give KSU an 85 lead heading into halftime. K-State scored its second touchdown of the game when Kevin Lockett bounced off tacklers following a reception on a short slant pattern and raced 72 yards down the left sideline.

BYU’s Steve Sarkisian, now the head coach at Washington, tossed two fourth-quarter touchdowns to rally the Cougars.

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1997 FIESTA BOWL KANSAS STATE

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SYRACAUSE

18

DECEMBER 31, 1997 SUN DEVIL STADIUM â&#x20AC;˘ TEMPE, ARIZ.

Michael Bishop was named Offensive MVP of the Fiesta Bowl after collecting 390 yards of total offense and four touchdowns. His four passing scores tied the Fiesta Bowl record, two of which went to Darnell McDonald, who broke a school record with 206 receiving yards.

SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State Syracuse

1 0 3

2 21 12

3 0 0

4 14 3

FINAL 35 18

SU - Trout 27 yd field goal (10:24, 1st) KS - McDonald 19 yd pass from Bishop (Gramatica kick, 11:02, 2nd) KS - Bishop 12 yd run (Gramatica kick, 7:42, 2nd) KS - Swift 28 yd pass from Bishop (Gramatica kick, 2:18, 2nd) SU - Brown 24 yd run (Trout kick, 1:49, 2nd) SU - Team Safety (1:19, 2nd) SU - Trout 33 yd field goal (0:00, 2nd) KS - McDonald 77 yd pass from Bishop (Gramatica kick, 13:08, 4th) SU - Trout 40 yd field goal (9:59, 4th) KS - McDonald 41 yd pass from Bishop (Gramatica kick, 3:17, 4th) Attendance: 69,367

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions

KS 21 40-140 317 23-14-1 63-457 4-48-0 4-89-0 1-13-0 3-44.0 0-0 7-58 29:30 7-13 0-0

SU 24 38-176 271 39-16-1 77-447 0-0-0 6-130-0 1-0-0 5-43.0 1-1 8-68 30:30 6-16 0-2

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Bishop 15-77-1; Lawrence 11-20-0; Hickson 7-26-0 SU - McNabb 16-81-0; McIntosh 11-18-0; Brown 6-47-1 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Bishop 23-14-317-4-1 SU - McNabb 39-16-271-0-1 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - McDonald 7-206-3; Swift 5-98-1; Peries 2-13-0 SU - Spotwood 5-51-0; Johnson 4-101-0; Turner 2-59-0

TEMPE, Ariz. - Kansas State capped its best season in school history with a 35-18 win over 14th-ranked Syracuse, the Big East champion. Wildcat quarterback Michael Bishop stole the show by throwing for four touchdowns and completing a career-high 14 passes for a career-best 317 yards. Darnell McDonald was on the receiving end of seven Bishop passes and turned them into a school-record 206 yards in receptions and three touchdowns. His 77-yard reception in the fourth quarter was the longest in Fiesta Bowl history. After allowing Syracuse to jump out to a 3-0 lead on the first of Nate Trout's three field goals, Bishop led the Wildcats to three consecutive touchdowns in the second quarter. The first came following a failed fake field goal attempt by Syracuse, culminating in a 19-yard pass to McDonald. Bishop followed with a 12-yard TD dash on K-State's next possession, and wrapped up the firsthalf scoring with a 28-yard completion to Justin Swift on a tight end screen. Syracuse scored 12 points in the final 2:18 to close within 21-15 at the half. Following a scoreless third quarter, Bishop and the Wildcats put away the Orangemen with two big plays in the fourth. McDonald pulled in a long pass along the sidelines, fought off a Syracuse defender and completed a 77-yard TD play, then followed with a 41-yard reception with 3:17

remaining to salt the game away. Bishop, who earned the Offensive Player of the Game award, finished the contest with 390 yards in total offense, including 317 yards passing and 73 yards rushing. Swift caught a career-high five passes for a career-high 98 yards and one touchdown, while Travis Ochs, was named Defensive player of the Game.

Linebacker Travis Ochs was named the Defensive MVP after tallying seven tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 87

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1998 ALAMO BOWL KANSAS STATE

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PURDUE

37

DECEMBER 29, 1998 ALAMODOME â&#x20AC;˘ SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

After setting a school record with 206 receiving yards in the 1997 Fiesta Bowl, Darnell McDonald came back to set an Alamo Bowl record with an 88-yard touchdown pass from Michael Bishop.

SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State Purdue

1 0 0

2 7 17

3 6 10

4 21 10

FINAL 34 37

PU - Daniels 5 yd pass from Brees (Dorsch kick, 14:47, 2nd) PU - Dorsch 25 yd field goal (13:03, 2nd) KS - McDonald 1 yd pass from Bishop (Gramatica kick, 9:49, 2nd) PU - Jones 30 yd pass from Brees (Dorsch kick, 8:36, 2nd) KS - Havick 0 yd fumble return (Gramatica kick failed, 8:06, 3rd) PU - Nugent 0 yd fumble return (Dorsch kick, 0:52, 3rd) PU - Dorsch 26 yd field goal (0:52, 3rd) KS - Allen 3 yd run (Gramatica kick, 11:59, 4th) PU - Dorsch 37 yd field goal (6:44, 4th) KS - McDonald 88 yd pass from Bishop (Gramatica kick, 6:23, 4th) KS - Swift 2 yd pass from Bishop (Gramatica kick, 1:24, 4th) PU - Jones 24 yd pass from Brees (Borsch kick, 0:30, 4th) Attendance: 60,780

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions

KS 12 43-126 182 24-9-4 67-308 4-75-0 6-124-0 3-9-0 7-44.1 3-3 14-125 31:02 6-16 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Bishop 20-7-0; Allen 13-83-1; Hickson 7-35-0 PU - Crabtree 12-46-0; Brees 10-25-0 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Bishop 24-9-182-3-4 PU - Brees 53-25-230-3-3 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - McDonald 5-124-2; Peries 1-52-0; Allen 1-3-0 PU - Jones 11-98-2; Daniels 6-47-1; Lane 3-25-0

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PU 19 24-5 230 53-25-3 77-235 2-6-0 2-67-0 4-72-0 7-38.3 2-1 7-35 28:58 3-17 0-2

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - The unranked Purdue Boilermakers shocked the No. 4 Kansas State Wildcats, 37-34, in the sixth annual Builders Square Alamo Bowl. More than 30,000 purple-clad fans cheered the Wildcats on in one of the most exciting bowl game finishes in school history. After a scoreless first quarter, both offenses finally got untracked, exploding for 71 points over the final three periods. Unfortunately for K-State, it was the Boilermakers who were the first to get things going, taking a 17-7 halftime lead courtesy of a pair of Drew Brees touchdown passes and a 25-yard Travis Dorsch field goal. Fumble recoveries in the end zone by both squads and another Dorsch field goal, this time with just four seconds to go in the third quarter had Purdue sporting a 27-13 lead heading into the final stanza. But the Wildcats put together a furious rally over the final 15 minutes. David Allen, who rushed for 83 yards on 13 carries, scored from three yards out to get things going before Michael Bishop found an open Darnell McDonald for an Alamo Bowl record 88-yard touchdown strike that pulled the Cats within a field goal at 30-27. Then, with just 1:24 left in the game, Bishop connected with tight end Justin Swift for a two-yard touchdown and a 34-30 K-State lead, its first and only of the game.

Brees then engineered a six-play, 80-yard drive that ended with a 24-yard score to Isaac Jones to put the Boilermakers back on top for good at 37-34 with 30 seconds remaining. Pinned back on its own two-yard line, KState saw its hopes dashed when Bishop was intercepted to end the game.

David Allen rushed for 83 yards on 13 carries to lead K-State, including a score from three yards out in the fourth quarter.

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1999 HOLIDAY BOWL KANSAS STATE

24

WASHINGTON

20

DECEMBER 29, 1999 QUALCOMM STADIUM • SAN DIEGO, CALIF. SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State Washington

1 7 6

2 3 7

3 7 7

4 7 0

FINAL 24 20

UW - Anderson 39 yd field goal (11:24, 1st) KS - Beasley 1 yd run (Rheem kick, 9:08, 1st) UW - Anderson 47 yd field goal (5:10, 1st) KS - Rheem 41 yd field goal (12:01, 2nd) UW - Coniff 3 yd run (Anderson kick, 8:48, 2nd) KS - Beasley 11 yd run (Rheem kick, 13:01, 3rd) UW - Shaw 5 yd run (Anderson kick, 2:28, 3rd) KS - Beasley 1 yd run (Rheem kick, 5:58, 4th) Attendance: 57,118

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions

KS 21 43-138 216 31-15-1 74-354 1-0-0 5-98-0 1-8-0 5-30.8 3-0 11-75 33:12 6-15 1-1

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Beasley 20-48-3; Hall 11-40-0; Murphy 8-42-0 UW - Tuiasosopo 11-30-0; Shaw 6-18-1; Arnold 5-27-0 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Beasley 31-15-216-0-1 UW - Tuiasosopo 27-18-197-0-1 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Morgan 8-104-0; Wesley 3-54-0; Murphy 2-38-0 UW - Looker 4-72-0; Conniff 4-57-0; Harris 3-33-0

UW 16 29-75 197 27-18-1 56-272 3-45-0 3-77-0 1-10-0 2-31.0 1-1 7-49 26:48 6-14 0-2

K-State’s victory in the 1999 Holiday Bowl clinched the Wildcats’ third straight 11-win season, making K-State and Florida State the only two programs in the nation to accomplish that feat in each of the last three seasons.

SAN DIEGO, Calif. - Kansas State used a stiff defense and three rushing touchdowns by quarterback Jonathan Beasley to defeat Washington 24-20 in the 1999 Holiday Bowl. Trailing 20-17 late in the third quarter, the Wildcats embarked on a 20-play, 92-yard drive that took 9 minutes, 54 seconds off the clock to score the eventual game-winning touchdown. The drive was set up after senior Lamar Chapman picked off Marques Tuiasosopo. K-State took a 17-13 lead on its first possession of the second half, scoring on an 11-yard touchdown run by Beasley. The Huskies came back with a 73-yard touchdown drive when Maurice Shaw scored on a five-yard run. That score was the first against K-State in the third quarter during the entire season. Beasley completed 15-of-31 passes for 216 yards to go with three rushing touchdowns to earn Offensive MVP honors, while Darren Howard was named Defensive MVP after totaling nine tackles and three sacks. The first half was a back-and-forth affair that saw the Huskies take a 13-10 lead into the locker room. Washington drew first blood when John Anderson booted a 39 yard field goal just 3:32 into the contests. K-State quickly responded as Beasley drove the Cats 47 yards on the ensuing possession, calling his own number from one yard out to cap the eightplay drive.

Anderson hit on his second of two firsthalf field goal attempts to pull Washington with in a point heading into the second quarter. A Jamie Rheem field goal from 41 yards out pushed K-State's lead to 10-6, but the Huskies would put the half's final points on the board on a Pat Conniff three-yard touchdown run midway through the period.

Darren Howard was named Defensive MVP of the Holiday Bowl after collecting nine tackles and three sacks vs. Washington. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 89

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2001 COTTON BOWL KANSAS STATE

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TENNESSEE

21

JANUARY 1, 2001 COTTON BOWL • DALLAS, TEXAS

Kansas State picked up its first ever New Year’s Day bowl victory in the first meeting between K-State and Tennessee. The Wildcats set bowl records for rushing yards, offensive plays, interceptions and time of possession, among others.

SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State Tennessee

1 7 0

2 14 14

3 14 0

4 0 7

FINAL 35 21

KS - Beasley 14 yd run (Rheem kick, 5:46, 1st) UT - Martin 17 yd pass from Clausen (Walls kick, 14:26, 2nd) KS - Morgan 56 yd pass from Beasley (Rheem kick, 13:36, 2nd) KS - Morgan 10 yd pass from Beasley (Rheem kick, 10:33, 2nd) UT - Greer 78 yd interception return (Walls kick, 4:13, 2nd) KS - Scobey 12 yd run (Rheem kick, 13:18, 3rd) KS - Scobey 6 yd run (Rheem kick, 10:14, 3rd) UT - Henry 81 yd run (Walls kick, 2:44, 4th) Attendance: 63,465

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions

KS 25 59-297 210 27-13-1 86-507 3-4-0 2-42-0 3-62-0 5-34.0 1-1 7-44 38:26 9-17 0-0

UT 12 24-178 120 25-7-3 49-298 0-0-0 5-125-0 1-78-1 8-29.2 1-0 5-40 21:34 1-10 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Scobey 28-147-2; Beasley 17-98-1; Roberon 3-24-0 UT - Henry 17-180-1; Clausen 5-(-1)-0; Fleming 1-1-0 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Beasley 27-13-210-2-1 UT - Clausen 25-7-120-1-3 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Morgan 7-145-2; Lockett 3-22-0; Meier 1-16-0 UT - Wilson 3-54-0; Parker 1-27-0; Martin 1-17-1

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DALLAS, Texas - Jonathan Beasley threw two touchdowns and rushed for another in leading Kansas State to a 35-21 win over Tennessee in the 65th annual Southwestern Bell Cotton Bowl Classic. The victory gave the Wildcats back-to-back bowl wins for the first time in school history. Beasley, who was named the game's Offensive MVP, had touchdown passes of 56 and 10 yards to Quincy Morgan to key a rally in the second quarter. The touchdown throws, which came three minutes apart, turned a 7-7 tie into a 21-7 Wildcat lead. Tennessee pulled within seven points before halftime when Jabari Greer went 78 yards with an interception for a touchdown. But Kansas State got two touchdown runs from Josh Scobey early in the third quarter to regain its cushion. Scobey finished with 147 yards on a career-high 28 carries in the game, the most yards gained in a bowl game by a Wildcat in school history. Travis Henry 81-yard run late in the game was the final Volunteers' score. Henry finished as the game's leading rusher, gaining 180 yards on 17 carries. Beasley finished with 210 yards passing on a 13-for-27 performance. He also rushed for a career-best 98 yards on 17 carries. The senior put the Wildcats on the scoreboard first with a 14-yard run late in the first quarter. Senior defensive end Chris Johnson was the Defensive MVP after leading the Wild-

cats with four tackles, including two sacks of Tennessee QB Casey Clausen. The Wildcat defense held Clausen to just seven completions and forced three interceptions.

Chris Johnson was named the Defensive MVP of the Cotton Bowl after leading the Wildcats with four tackles and two sacks.

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2001 INSIGHT.COM BOWL KANSAS STATE

3

SYRACUSE

26

DECEMBER 29, 2001 BANK ONE BALLPARK • PHOENIX, ARIZ.

Kansas State’s appearance in the Insight.com Bowl was its third trip to Arizona for a bowl game and its second time in the Copper/Insight.com Bowl. It also marked the school’s first bowl game at a stadium mainly used for baseball.

SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State Syracuse

1 3 7

2 0 12

3 0 0

4 0 7

FINAL 3 26

SU - Mungro 65 yd run (Barber kick, 6:38, 1st) KS - Rheem 29 yd field goal (4:03, 1st) SU - Mungro 1 yd run (Barber kick failed, 11:39, 2nd) SU - Mungro 1 yd run (Barber kick failed, 10:47, 2nd) SU - Morant 52 yd pass from Anderson (Barber kick, 3:22, 4th) Attendance: 40,028

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions

KS 15 34-33 221 40-14-2 74-254 6-40-0 4-109-0 1-6-0 9-46.3 4-2 6-38 30:33 4-18 0-3

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Scobey 10-46-0; Roberson 9-9-0; Dunn 8-4-0 SU - Mungro 19-112-3; Reyes 5-10-0; Davis 2-11-0 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Dunn 25-12-151-0-1; Roberson 15-2-70-0-1 SU - Anderson 14-5-113-1-1 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Lockett 4-83-0; Clark 4-38-0; Warren 2-42-0 SU - Morant 2-93-1; Davis 1-8-0; Mungro 1-7-0

SU 8 44-109 113 14-5-1 58-222 7-56-0 2-38-0 2-36-0 11-44.8 1-0 6-44 29:27 3-15 0-0

PHOENIX, Ariz. - Syracuse running back James Mungro rushed for 112 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Orangemen to a victory over Kansas State in the 2001 Insight.com Bowl played at Bank One Ballpark. Mungro scored on runs of 65, 1 and 1 yard to pace the Syracuse offense. The Orangemen added a late touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 52-yard pass from Robin Anderson to Johnnie Morant. The Syracuse defense did a good job in stopping Kansas State's running offense, which came into the bowl game ranked fifth in the nation. Despite allowing 46 yards on 10 carries to senior Josh Scobey, the Orangemen held K-State to just 33 net rushing yards. Junior Marc Dunn led the Wildcats with 151 yards passing in relief of starter Ell Roberson. Dunn completed 12 of 25 passes and suffered one interception. Roberson was 2-for-15 for 70 yards for the Wildcats, who were sacked five times by Syracuse. Mungro opened the scoring on his 65-yard run midway through the first quarter. Kansas State responded just two minutes later with a 29-yard field goal by freshman Joe Rheem. The drive was sparked by a 47yard pass from Roberson to Aaron Lockett and a 27-yard carry by Scobey. Syracuse took advantage of a fumble deep in Wildcat territory early in the second quarter. Mungro scored from the 1-yard line to

convert the turnover, but the extra-point was blocked by Josh Buhl. On the next play from scrimmage, Willie Ford got the first of his two interceptions to set up the Orangemen again. Two plays later, Mungro went over from the 1-yard line again, but Buhl also blocked the extra-point.

Kansas State’s defense held Syracuse to 222 total yards of offense, including 113 yards passing, and eight first downs. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 91

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2002 HOLIDAY BOWL KANSAS STATE

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ARIZONA STATE

27

DECEMBER 27, 2002 QUALCOMM STADIUM • SAN DIEGO, CALIF. SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State Arizona State

1 0 0

2 14 20

3 0 0

4 20 7

FINAL 34 27

AS - Taplin 6 yd pass from Walter (Barth kick, 11:36, 2nd) AS - Barth 26 yd field goal (9:19, 2nd) KS - Sproles 41 yd run (Rheem kick, 8:17, 2nd) AS - Hill 9 yd run (Barth kick, 3:00, 2nd) AS - Barth 39 yd field goal (1:25, 2nd) KS - Roberson 32 yd run (Rheem kick, 0:54, 2nd) KS - Roberson 3 yd run (Rheem rush failed, 12:16, 4th) AS - Williams 10 yd pass from Walter (Barth kick, 10:30, 4th) KS - Roberson 1 yd run (Rheem kick, 6:41, 4th) KS - Evans 10 yd pass from Roberson (Rheem kick, 1:15, 4th) Attendance: 58,717

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions

KS 19 46-224 215 28-11-0 74-439 5-39-0 4-67-0 1-0-0 8-34.5 2-2 5-40 28:33 4-14 2-2

AS 19 26-17 293 57-28-1 83-310 7-36-0 6-124-0 0-0-0 7-39.4 1-0 4-20 31:27 7-19 1-2

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Sproles 21-118-1; Roberson 18-63-3; Newman 2-26-0 AS - Hill 11-39-0; Williams 9-7-0; Taplin 1-(-7)-0 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Roberson 28-11-215-1-0 AS - Walter 57-28-293-2-1 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Terry 5-90-0; Newman 3-47-0; Evans 2-37-1 AS - McDonald 10-96-0; Taplin 4-38-1; Williams 2-25-1

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With three rushing touchdowns, Ell Roberson tied Jonathan Beasley’s school record for rushing touchdowns in a bowl game. Roberson also went 11-of-28 through the air for 215 yards and the game-winning touchdown strike with 1:15 remaining.

SAN DIEGO, Calif. - Derrick Evans caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Ell Roberson with 1:15 left in the game to lift Kansas State to its first and final lead of the contest, as the Wildcats defeated Arizona State, 34-27, in the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl. Evans' catch completed a K-State comeback from deficits of 10-0, 20-7 and 27-20 against the Sun Devils. Roberson, voted the Offensive MVP of the game, rushed for 63 yards, including touchdowns of 32, 3 and 1 yards, and passed for 215 yards by completing 11 of 28 throws. Roberson's 32-yard score came with just 54 seconds left in the second half and pulled the Wildcats within 20-14. Just 31 seconds earlier, Mike Barth converted on a 39-yard field goal to give ASU its largest lead of the game at 20-7. K-State tied the game at 20-20 early in the fourth quarter when Roberson capped a 16-play, 65-yard drive with a 3-yard score. Arizona State quarterback Andrew Walter, who threw for 293 yards on 28-for-57 passing, found Mike Williams for a 10-yard score to put the Sun Devils back ahead on the next possession. But the Wildcats responded with an 80yard drive on its next opportunity, setting up Roberson's 1-yard touchdown dive that tied the game again at 27-27 with 6:41 left. The Wildcat defense forced a Sun Devil punt that Terence Newman returned 27 yards. From there, the Wildcats needed

seven plays to cover 59 yards to set up the game-winning touchdown. Arizona State converted two first downs on its final drive, but Rashad Washington batted down Walter's final pass to preserve the win.

Derrick Evans’ 10-yard touchdown reception with 1:15 left propelled K-State to a 34-27 win over ASU in the Holiday Bowl.

BOWL HISTORY

2004 FIESTA BOWL KANSAS STATE

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OHIO STATE

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JANUARY 2, 2004 SUN DEVIL STADIUM • TEMPE, ARIZ.

K-State’s appearance in the 2004 Fiesta Bowl was its first ever in a BCS Bowl. The game capped a 15-game season for K-State, its longest ever, and was the Wildcats’ first post-New Year’s Day bowl game.

SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State Ohio State

1 0 14

2 7 7

3 7 14

4 14 0

FINAL 28 35

OS - Hollins 7 yd blocked punt return (Nugent kick, 6:41, 1st) OS - Holmes 6 yd pass from Krenzel (Nugent kick, 2:49, 1st) OS - Jenkins 17 yd pass from Krenzel (Nugent kick, 6:49, 2nd) KS - Sproles 6 yd run (Rheem kick, 3:01, 2nd) KS - Roberson 14 yd run (Rheem kick, 8:59, 3rd) OS - Jenkins 8 yd pass from Krenzel (Nugent kick, 4:53, 3rd) OS - Holmes 31 yd pass from Krenzel (Nugent kick, 0:37, 3rd) KS - Saba 3 yd run (Rheem kick, 13:25, 4th) KS - Roberson 1 yd run (Rheem kick, 2:47, 4th) Attendance: 73,425

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red Zone Chances

KS 25 32-84 294 52-20-1 84-378 4-10-0 5-79-0 2-0-0 8-40.0 0-0 8-51 28:32 4-17 2-3 4-5

OS 15 40-148 189 24-11-2 64-337 5-48-1 3-60-0 1-0-0 7-40.1 0-0 9-63 31:28 6-14 0-0 3-4

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Roberson 16-32-2; Sproles 13-38-1; Moriera 1-13-0 OS - Ross 20-82-0; Joe 11-46-0; Krenzel 8-21-0 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Roberson 51-20-294-0-1 OS - Krenzel 24-11-189-4-2 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Dennis 7-113-0; Terry 4-58-0; Moriera 3-59-0 OS - Jenkins 5-96-2; Childress 2-44-0; Holmes 2-37-2

TEMPE, Ariz. - Kansas State started slowly but finished with a fury in the 33rd Annual Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. But it wasn’t enough to overcome a 21-point third-quarter deficit as the Wildcats lost a hard fought 35-28 decision to Ohio State in its first ever BCS bowl game at Sun Devil Stadium. Trailing 35-14 heading into the fourth quarter, Ayo Saba scored from three yards out to cap an eight-play, 46-yard drive and closed the game to 14 points. Ell Roberson's second rushing touchdown with just 2:47 to go pulled K-State within a touchdown, setting up a frantic finish. After recovering the ensuing on-sides kick, the Wildcats were flagged for being offsides, forcing a re-kick. This time the Buckeyes recovered at the K-State 36-yard line. But the Wildcats held and got the ball back with 1:12 to play at their own 10-yard. A 21-yard completion to Davin Dennis, who finished with a career-high seven receptions for 113 yards, moved the ball to the K-State 26. On the next play Roberson connected with Jermaine Moreira for 26 yards to the Ohio State 48 to get Kansas State within striking distance. However, Roberson's desperation pass from midfield was batted down at the 2, allowing Ohio State to escape with its second straight Fiesta Bowl victory. Roberson completed 20 passes on a career-high 51 attempts for 294 yards. His 51 attempts were the most ever by a Wildcat in

a bowl game, surpassing Darrell Dickey’s 34 in the 1982 Independence Bowl. Josh Buhl tied a K-State bowl game record with 13 total tackles, equaling Laird Veatch's total from the 1993 Copper Bowl and giving him a K-State single-season record of 184.

Ell Roberson set a K-State bowl record for passing attempts, hitting on 20-of-51 attempts for 294 yards and a pair of scores. 2012 BIG 12 CHAMPIONS 93

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2006 TEXAS BOWL KANSAS STATE

10

RUTGERS

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DECEMBER 28, 2006 RELIANT STADIUM • HOUSTON, TEXAS

Wide receiver/punt returner Yamon Figurs scored K-State’s only touchdown in the 2006 Texas Bowl on a 76-yard punt return. It was the longest punt return in K-State bowl history and the first since a blocked punt return in the 1994 Aloha Bowl.

SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State Rutgers

1 0 14

2 10 3

3 0 14

4 0 6

FINAL 10 37

RU - Brown 14 yd pass from Teel (Ito kick, 7:12, 1st) RU - Brown 49 yd pass from Teel (Ito kick, 2:42, 1st) KS - Snodgrass 44 yd field goal (13:32, 2nd) KS - Figurs 76 yd punt return (Snodgrass kick, 9:37, 2nd) RU - Ito 37 yd field goal (0:40. 2nd) RU - Frierson 27 yd interception return (Ito kick, 14:27, 3rd) RU - Rice 46 yd run (Ito kick, 11:41, 3rd) RU - Ito 23 yd field goal (14:41, 4th) RU - Ito 21 yd field goal (8:06, 4th) Attendance: 52,210

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red Zone Chances

KS 6 21-31 131 24-12-2 45-162 2-78-1 5-111-0 0-0-0 5-42.4 0-0 9-59 23:40 1-10 1-3 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Patton 8-14-0; Johnson 6-20-0; Anders 1-2-0 RU - Rice 24-170-1; Leonard 11-44-0 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Freeman 21-10-129-0-2; Meier 3-2-2-0-0 RU - Teel 28-16-268-2-0 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Nelson 4-81-0; Norwood 2-40-0; Johnson 2-0-0 RU - Harris 7-122-0; Brown 4-101-2; Britt 2-41-0

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RU 21 37-211 268 28-16-0 65-479 0-0-0 3-81-0 2-61-1 2-42.5 1-1 5-30 36:20 6-14 0-1 4-8

HOUSTON, Texas - Kansas State hung with No. 16 Rutgers for 30 minutes, but the Scarlet Knights scored 20 unanswered points in the second half to hand the Wildcats a 3710 loss in the inaugural Texas Bowl before 52,210 fans at Reliant Stadium. Rutgers was as good as advertised and kept K-State off balance all night long. Ray Rice, the Texas Bowl MVP, rushed for 170 yards and a touchdown and Tim Brown caught two TD passes, for the Scarlet Knights, who claimed their first bowl victory in 137 seasons of intercollegiate football. Brown’s two TD catches came in the opening period and staked Rutgers to a quick 14-0 lead. K-State answered with a 44-yard field goal by Jeff Snodgrass - his 17th of the season - and a 76-yard punt return for a touchdown by Yamon Figurs that was the longest in K-State bowl history to close the gap to 14-10 midway through the second quarter. But Jeremy Ito connected on a 37-yard field goal to close the half and linebacker Quintero Frierson returned an interception 27 yards for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage of the second half to put Rutgers comfortably ahead 24-10. Rice sprinted 46-yards for his lone touchdown of the game on the Scarlet Knights’ next possession before Ito closed out the scoring with a pair of fourth-quarter field goals to provide the final margin. The Scarlet Knights’ seventh-ranked de-

fense proved to be too much and held Kansas State at bay all game long. The Wildcats mustered just 162 yards of total offense for its second fewest yards in a bowl game. Junior wide receiver Jordy Nelson led the Wildcat receivers, hauling in four receptions for 81 yards. On defense, senior linebacker Brandon Archer led all players with nine total tackles to finish his career with 268 stops for the 17th-most in school history.

Quarterback Josh Freeman finished the season with 1,780 passing yards in 2006, setting a K-State freshman record.

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2010 PINSTRIPE BOWL KANSAS STATE

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SYRACUSE

36

DECEMBER 30, 2010 YANKEE STADIUM • BRONX, NY

Daniel Thomas ran for 90 yards and three touchdowns, including this 51-yard run on the opening drive of the game, in his final game as a Wildcat. Thomas went on to lead the Big 12 Conference in rushing for the second straight season.

SCORING SUMMARY Kansas State Syracuse

1 7 7

2 7 7

3 7 13

4 13 9

FINAL 34 36

KS - Thomas 51 yd run (Cherry kick, 14:32, 1st) SU - Sales 52 yd pass from Nassib (Krautman kick, 3:17, 1st) SU - Sales 36 yd pass from Nassib (Krautman kick, 9:35, 2nd) KS - Thomas 10 yd run (Cherry kick, 1:51, 2nd) SU - Carter 7 yd run (Krautman kick, 12:11, 3rd) KS - Harper 10 yd pass from Coffman (Cherry kick, 6:33, 3rd) SU - Carter 15 yd run (Krautman kick failed, 2:11, 3rd) KS - Thomas 1 yd run (Cherry kick, 11:03, 4th) SU - Sales 44 yd pass from Nassib (pass failed, 7:52, 4th) SU - Krautman 40 yd field goal (3:08, 4th) KS - Hilburn 30 yd pass from Coffman (pass failed, 1:13, 4th) Attendance: 38,274

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (NET) Passing Yards(NET) Pass Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interception Returns-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

KS 19 36-121 258 25-18-0 61-379 0-0-0 2-11-0 6-104-0 0-0-0 3-31.0 0-0 4-35 31:38 6-14 3-4 3-4

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Thomas 22-90-3; Coffman 8-26-0; Wilson 2-4-0 SU - Carter 27-198-2; Bailey 7-50-0; Nassib 6-16-0 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Coffman 23-17-228-2-1; Thomas 2-1-30-0-0 SU - Nassib 21-13-239-3-0; Bailey 1-0-0-0 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - Hilburn 5-84-1; Harper 5-56-1; Quarles 4-75-0 SU - Sales 5-172-3; Bailey 3-29-0; Lemon 2-20-0

SU 23 43-259 239 22-13-0 65-498 1-0-0 1-3-0 4-68-0 0-0-0 2-31.0 1-0 4-45 28:22 8-14 0-2 2-2

NEW YORK - The first Pinstripe Bowl turned into a home run derby. Delone Carter ran for 198 yards and two touchdowns, Marcus Sales caught three long TD passes and Syracuse got some help from a celebration penalty on Kansas State to beat the Wildcats 36-34 at Yankee Stadium. Adrian Hilburn slipped a tackle and raced to a 30-yard touchdown catch with 1:13 remaining to pull Kansas State within two. Hilburn saluted the crowd behind the visitor's dugout and was flagged 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct, which pushed the 2-point conversion attempt back to the 17-yard line. Carson Coffman overthrew Aubrey Quarles in the end zone, and when K-State couldn’t come up with the onside kick, Syracuse only had to take a knee to win a bowl game for the first time since 2001. Daniel Thomas ran for three touchdowns for Kansas State, which was making its first bowl appearance since 2006. In a bowl season filled with blowouts so far, the first bowl game in New York in 48 years turned out to be a hit. The teams traded big plays right from the start - Thomas went 51 yards for a score on the second play from scrimmage - and scored touchdowns on the first five second-half possessions. Kansas State coach Bill Snyder, sensing field goals would not be enough, called for a fake with about five minutes left in the fourth from the 10, but Syracuse stacked up Ryan Doerr on the run. Carter, who scored two second-half touch-

downs, broke free for a 60-yard run on the next play. It set up Ross Krautman's 40-yard field goal with 3:08 left that made it 36-28. Coffman, who played brilliantly in his last college game, led the Wildcats into Syracuse territory and connected with Hilburn near the sideline about 10 yards down field. After winning a footrace to the end zone, he dropped the ball, did a quick salute and turned to celebrate with his teammates. The flags came flying and the 2-point attempt turned into a desperation play.

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2012 COTTON BOWL KANSAS STATE

16

ARKANSAS

29

JANUARY 6, 2012 COWBOYS STADIUM • ARLINGTON, TEXAS

More than 37,000 Wildcat fans filled Cowboys Stadium for the 2012 AT&T Cotton Bowl as K-State battled Arkansas in the 2012 Classic, its first appearance in the bowl since 2001.

SCORING SUMMARY 1 (8) Kansas State 0 (6) Arkansas 3

2 9 16

3 7 7

4 0 3

FINAL 16 29

UA - Hocker 26 yd field goal (4:19, 1st) UA - Adams 51 yd punt return (14:27, 2nd) UA - Hocker 22 yd field goal (9:20, 2nd) UA - Wright 45 yd pass from Wilson (4:10, 2nd) KS - Malone PAT return (4:10, 2nd) KS - McDonald 3 yd pass from Klein (0:26, 2nd) KS - Klein 6 yd run (11:38, 3rd) UA - Hamilton 9 yd pass from Wilson (3:57, 3rd) UA - Hocker 30 yd field goal (3:30, 4th) Attendance: 80,956

TEAM STATISTICS KS First Downs 19 Rushes-Yards (NET) 40-87 Passing Yards(NET) 173 Pass Comp-Att-Int 16-30-1 TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS-YARDS 70-260 Punt Returns-Yards-TD 1-4-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD 2-37-0 Interception Returns-Yards-TD 0-0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 8-42.6 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 Penalties-Yards 5-38 Possession Time 33:51 Third-Down Conversions 4-15 Fourth-Down Conversions 1-2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2

UA 13 30-129 216 20-31-0 61-345 3-62-1 3-71-0 1-61-0 4-46.8 1-1 6-43 26:09 8-17 0-1 4-5

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing (No, Yds, TD) KS - Klein 24-42-1; Hubert 12-37-0; Wilson 2-8-0 UA - Green 7-60-0; Johnson 5-33-0; Wilson 7-18-0 Passing (Att-Cmp-Yds-TD-Int) KS - Klein 16-30-173-1-1 UA - Wilson 20-31-216-2-0 Receiving (No, Yds, TD) KS - S. Smith 5-50-0; Thompson 3-57-0; B. Smith 2-29-0 UA - Childs 5-48-0; Adams 5-22-0; Wright 3-88-1

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ARLINGTON, Texas - Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein tied the Big 12 single-season for rushing touchdowns and the NCAA single season record by a quarterback but the No. 8 Wildcats came up short in the 2012 AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic in a 29-16 loss to No. 6 Arkansas. Kansas State (10-3) was trying to match its school record with 11 victories, but still finished a surprising season in Snyder’s second Wildcats turnaround. K-State won 11 games six times during a seven-year span in Snyder's first tenure before his three-year retirement, and almost reached that mark again in his third season back. After being held to 15 yards on 12 carries in the first half, Klein finished the opening drive of the third quarter with a 6-yard TD run that got the Wildcats to 19-16. That came after Klein had a 15-yard run on the previous play. That matched the Big 12 record for rushing touchdowns held by 1998 Heisman Trophy winner Ricky Williams of Texas. The only other FBS quarterback with 27 rushing touchdowns in a season was Ricky Dobbs for Navy in 2009. Klein finished with 42 yards on 24 carries, while completing 16 of 30 passes for 173 yards. Arkansas’ Tyler Wilson was 20 of 31 for 216 yards. Jarius Wright had three catches for 88 yards and a 45-yard touchdown. The Cotton Bowl was the only non-BCS game with both teams in the top 10 of the Bowl Championship Series standings -- Arkansas came in sixth, Kansas State eighth. It also is the only bowl featuring the SEC vs. the Big 12, the top two conferences in the BCS computer rankings.

The Razorbacks didn’t even get a first down until 12 1/2 minutes left in the first half when Dennis Johnson opened a drive with a 28-yard run. That drive ended with the second of Zach Hocker’s three field goals, a 22-yarder. K-State blocked the extra point and Nigel Malone returned it for two points. It was 19-9 at halftime after Klein threw a 3yard TD pass to Andrew McDonald with 26 seconds left in the first half. That score was set up after Wilson was sacked by Adam Davis and fumbled at the Hogs’ 13.

Nigel Malone returned a Raphael Guidry blocked PAT for two points in the second quarter.


2013 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Media Guide