Baylor Bears vs. Kansas State football

Remigio Civitarese
Ottobre 1, 2017

The Kansas State Wildcats legend made his thoughts on quarterback sliding fairly clear following Kansas State's 33-20 victory over Baylor on Saturday afternoon, via Kellis Robinett of the Kansas City Star. Kansas State starts conference play leading the Big 12 in scoring defense (13.3 points allowed) and passing defense (153.7 yards).

The Bears struggled to move the football for the rest of the first half. Week 3's disappointing loss to Vanderbilt knocked Kansas State out of the AP top 25, but they have the talent to challenge anyone in the Big 12, and Snyder isn't about to change his offense with Ertz at the helm. The Wildcats settled for another McCrane field goal. Two drives ended in punts, and another started at the Kansas State 14-yard line because of a fumble, but ended with a blocked field goal.

Baylor got the ball back and continued to grapple with the Wildcats for another score but was forced to punt after less than two minutes.

After taking a hard hit to give his team the first down, Martin's 27-yard field goal that cut the deficit to 20-6 was the result of a new season-long drive that lasted 7:15. Baylor recorded just 80 total yards to Kansas State's 229, 122 coming on the ground. The big play was a 38-yard run by Alex Barnes, and the drive was capped by a 16-yard pass from Ertz to Isaiah Zuber for the touchdown. He rushed for exactly one touchdown each time. Sep.

Now, let's take a look at three takeaways from Baylor's loss to Kansas State in Week 5. Baylor is allowing 37 points and 503.8 yards but leads the Big 12 in tackles for loss (32) and sacks (11). Winston Dimel punched it in from the 1-yard line.

Next week, Kansas State travels to Austin, Texas to face Texas after the Longhorns come off a bye week in Week 5.

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