Key play: Baylor’s Nick Florence hit Tevin Reese for a 38-yard touchdown pass against freshman defensive back Dante Barnett, who was playing in place of injured starter Ty Zimmerman.
Key stat: 159, the number of yards Baylor gained.
Key play: Chris Harper caught a 7-yard touchdown pass and pulled K-State within 28-14.
Key stat: 21, Baylor’s margin at halftime.
Key play: Lache Seastrunk scored on an 80-yard run that put Baylor ahead 52-24.
Key stat: 121, Baylor’s rushing yardage in the quarter.
Key play: Collin Klein was stuffed on fourth and 1 trying to score a touchdown.
Key stat: Baylor gained more than 500 yards by the end of the game.
Player of the game: Seastrunk ran for 185 yards and scored a long touchdown that clinched the game.
Reason to hope: With a win over Texas, K-State can still clinch a share of the Big 12 championship and advance to a BCS bowl.
Reason to mope: The Wildcats’ dreams of a national championship are likely over.
Looking ahead: Texas comes to Manhattan in two weeks for an important game.
| Kellis Robinett, firstname.lastname@example.org