Kansas State vs. Texas Tech 2012 video highlights: Wildcats rout Red Raiders

Jamie Squire

The Kansas State Wildcats took care of the Texas Tech Red Raiders and stayed in control of their BCS fate.


The Kansas St. Wildcats remained in total control of the Big 12 and kept their BCS national title hopes on track with a 55-24 victory over the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Here are the video highlights of the Kansas State victory.

Seth Doege put the Red Raiders up early in the game with a 32 yard touchdown throw to Eric Ward, and help Texas Tech stay a touchdown ahead early. After Kansas State running back John Hubert bounced off tacklers and rushed from four yards out to tie things up at 10-10, it was all Wildcats.

First, Collin Klein found Tramaine Thompson for 21 yards on one of his two touchdown passes to put Kansas State up 20-10. Rushing touchdowns by Klein from 16 and 22 yards out would widen the gap to 34-17, and Kansas State would pile on three more TDs in the fourth. Kansas State would outscore Texas Tech 42-14 in the second half en route to another decisive Big 12 victory.

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