The Kansas State Wildcats hold off the Texas Tech Red Raiders to pull out the 41-34 win and improve their record to 6-0. Despite giving up over 450 passing yards, Kansas State was able to pick off Texas Tech quarterback Seth Doege three times, including one returned for a touchdown early on in the game. Kansas State was able to outscore Texas Tech with the help of defensive touchdowns and special teams scores, while Tech out gained Kansas State by nearly 200 yards.
Wildcats quarterback Collin Klein made the offense run, passing the ball for 146 yards and a touchdown with another 110 yards and three touchdowns on the ground. Kansas State was able to play keep away in the second half and hold the Red Raiders to just 6 points. Tech falls to 4-2 on the season, 1-2 in the Big 12.