Key play: JCollin Klein hit Chris Harper in stride for a 62-yard gain, shaking off whatever rust he accumulated coming off last week’s injury..
Key stat: Klein threw for 80 yards.
Key play: TCU stopped K-State on third-and-goal after recovering a fumble at the 5
Key stat: The Wildcats rushed for 11 yards.
Key play: K-State stopped TCU near midfield on its first drive, preventing it from gaining much-needed momentum.
Key stat: Both teams combined to pick up seven first downs.
Key play: TCU scored its only touchdown in the game’s final minute.
Key stat: Kansas State still has 0 losses.
Player of the game: Meshak Williams. The defensive end was the most dominant player up front, and caused a lot of trouble for TCU’s offense.
Reason to hope: K-State may be the top-ranked team in the BCS standings on Sunday and it will be favored in its final two games.
Reason to mope: If Ty Zimmerman and Tyler Lockett, who both needed help leaving the field after injuries in the second half, miss any games, K-State will be down two important starters.
Looking ahead: K-State heads to Baylor next week. The Bears have a high-powered offense, but one of the worst defenses in the nation.
| Kellis Robinett, firstname.lastname@example.org