By KELLIS ROBINETT
The Kansas City Star
Key play: Meshak Williams forced a fumble while sacking Seth Doege to set up K-States first score.
Key stat: Texas Tech outgained K-State 124 yards to 19.
Key play: John Hubert had a brilliant touchdown run from four yards out in which he broke a tackle and fought past three other defenders to reach the end zone.
Key stat: K-State gained 124 yards.
Key play: Collin Klein scored on a 22-yard touchdown run to make the score 34-17.
Key stat: K-State picked up 13 first downs.
Key play: Arthur Brown intercepted a pass from Doege and returned it 37 yards for a touchdown.
Key stat: K-State scored the first three touchdowns of the quarter, ending all hope of a Texas Tech comeback.
Player of the game: Meshak Williams. He single-handedly kept K-State close in the first half.
Reason to hope: K-State will start November with an undefeated record, and the three toughest games on its schedule are behind it.
Reason to mope: If the Wildcats continue to start slow in games, they will give lesser opponents hope.
Looking ahead: Oklahoma State, which convincingly beat TCU on Saturday, comes to Snyder Family Stadium. The Cowboys beat the Wildcats last year, and only have one conference loss. The game will be important for both sides.