The Baylor Bears just keep rolling at home, leading No. 1 Kansas State, 52-24, and are just one quarter away from a major upset.
Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein, considered by many to be the top candidate for the Heisman, tossed another killer interception when his fourth-down pass from the Baylor 17-yard line was picked off by cornerback Joe Williams. The interception, Klein's third of the game, ended a 14-play, 58-yard drive that featured a fourth down conversion just five plays before.
Baylor, who had been moving the ball with ease nearly all game, needed just one play to extend it's commanding lead. Running back Lache Seastrunk took off for 80 yards on the first play following the interception, racing to the end zone to give Baylor a tremendous 28-point lead heading into the fourth quarter.
Klein, under duress for most of the game, is just 20-of-39 for 211 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions. The Baylor offense, boosted by 302 yards on the ground, has amassed 540 total yards through three quarters.
The Bears have all the momentum and all of the glory, as evidenced by this dancing exhibition on the sideline following Seastrunk's touchdown.