NCAA Football Recap Week 6, Kansas State Defeats Texas Tech 44-38, Saturday, October 8, 2016

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3-2, 6th in Big 12 October 8, 7:00 PM | Turf of Snyder Family Stadium 3-2, 6th in Big 12
When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 8, 2016
Where: Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium, Manhattan, Kansas.
 Texas Tech at Kansas State, Boxscore
Final 1 2 3 4 T
TTU 14 14 3 7 38
KSU 14 17 0 13 44
Rotation /Team /Time Opening Lines
10/08 7:00 PM
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340Kansas State WildcatsKansas State

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Saturday, October 8th, Texas Tech Red Raiders vs. Kansas State Wildcats.

Team / Live in game Betting at bovada-logo-top-book Spread MoneyLine Total
texas-tech-red-raidersTexas Tech Red Raiders +10 -115 +305 67.5 -105
Kansas State WildcatsKansas State Wildcats -10 -105 -370 67.5 -115
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The Red Raiders had no answer for Charles Jones on Saturday as the Wildcats rolled to a 44-38 win at Snyder Family Stadium.

The Wildcats won the battle on the scoreboard, but not at the payout window as they failed to cover the -10.0-point spread. OVER bettors were rewarded when the final score pointed to an OVER play.

Charles Jones rushed for 128 yards, while Jesse Ertz added 83 yards in the win. Isaiah Zuber and Byron Pringle added 35 and 26 receiving yards respectively.

Demarcus Felton rushed for 66 yards for Texas Tech, while Quinton White added 8 yards. Patrick Mahomes threw for 504 yards for the Red Raiders, while receivers Keke Coutee and Devin Lauderdale had 130 and 92 yards respectively.

Texas Tech outgained Kansas State 592-335 yards in the game, while the battle of first downs was won 33-21 by the Red Raiders.

Kansas State lost the time of possession battle 31:22-28:38, leaving their defense on the field more than they wanted.

Next game, Kansas State takes its act on the road to face Oklahoma looking for another win. For Texas Tech, they head home to face West Virginia.

Kansas State held the high-scoring Texas Tech offense out of the end zone in the second half to take a 44-38 victory in front of 51,540 on Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan, Kan., the 30th straight home sellout.

The Wildcats led 31-28 at halftime but gave up only three second-half points until five seconds remained.

It was the 300th game as the head coach at Kansas State (3-2, 1-1 Big 12) for Bill Snyder (196-103-1). His 196 wins are the most in school history, 157 more than any other coach. He also won Nos. 100 and 200 against Texas Tech (3-2, 1-1).

After a combined 59 points in the first half, the offenses sputtered in the third quarter, with Tech’s field goal accounting for the only points of the quarter. Tech continued to dominate the stats, holding a 533-233 advantage in total yards through three quarters.

But Kansas State regained the lead on Charles Jones’ 2-yard touchdown run that made it 38-31 less than a minute into the fourth quarter. Matthew McCrane added a 25-yard field goal with 6:05 left and a 42-yard field with 1:56 remaining to complete the scoring for the Wildcats.

The Red Raiders dominated the stats in the first half, outgaining the Wildcats 363-173 in total yards, including 330-61 in the air. But two non-offensive touchdowns gave the Wildcats a 31-28 lead at intermission.

Patrick Mahomes was nearly perfect in the first half. He was 26 of 32 for 305 yards with a touchdown. He also ran for three touchdowns in the half, but his one interception in the opening half was returned 35 yards for a touchdown by D.J. Reed.

After Tech regained the lead with 1:47 left in the half, Byron Pringle returned the ensuing kickoff 99 yards for the final points of the half.

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