Kansas State rallys to top Missouri
The Kansas State Wildcats scored 22-unanswered second-half points on Saturday to come back and defeat the Missouri Tigers 36-28.
Kansas State came into this game as 2.5-pont favorites at home and made good on covering the spread. The game’s combined 64 points went OVER the posted over/under (54).
Allen Webb completed 10-of-14 passes for 92 yards, and threw a touchdown to Jordy Nelson in the victory. Victor Mann and Carlos Alsup had a rushing touchdown each for the Wildcats, and Marcus Perry returned a punt block for a TD.
Brad Smith threw for 248 yards and three touchdowns, and also rushed for a score in the loss. Martin Rucker had nine catches for 114 yards and a touchdown, and Chase Coffman and Brad Ekwerekwu had a touchdown catch each for the Tigers.