Baylor vs. Kansas State 2012 video highlights: Bears scorch, stop, shock Wildcats

Ronald Martinez

The Baylor Bears overwhelmed the top-ranked Kansas State Wildcats in all three phases of the game in a 52-24 obliteration.

The Baylor Bears turned the college football world upside down with a 52-24 obliteration of the top-ranked Kansas St. Wildcats. Here are the video highlights of the big upset in Waco.

Baylor quarterback Nick Florence found Tevin Reese from 38 yards out to give Baylor a 7-0 lead. Collin Klein woudl respond with an eight yard connection with Torell Miller to tie the game at 7-7, but then Florence would add a 17 yard rush to give Baylor a lead they would not relinquish.

Florence would find Terrance Williams for 22 yards, and then a Glasco Martin two yard rush made it 28-7 Baylor early in the second quarter. Klein would respond with a touchdown connection to Chris Harper, and a field goal just before halftime cut the lead to 28-17.

But the third quarter belonged to Baylor. After the Bears and Wildcats traded touchdowns, Aaron Jones kicked a field goal to put the Bears up 38-24. Then Baylor would punch it in twice thanks to a Martin 15 yard rushing score and a Seastrong 80 yard scamper.

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