It wasn't pretty, but it was a win that kept the Kansas State Wildcats tied for the lead in the Big 9 (12).
Behind 400 yards passing and a TD by QB Jake Waters, the Wildcats downed the West Virginia Mountaineers 26-20 in Morgantown, West Virginia Thursday night.
K-State won, despite being held to 1 yard rushing...for the entire game. The win moved them to 8-2, 6-1 in the Big 9(12).
As for West Virginia, they struggled without QB Clint Trickett who left the game in the 2nd quarter after sustaining what is believed to be a concussion. Skyler Howard replaced him and threw a TD pass, but it wasn't enough for the Mountaineers, who've lost their last 4 games.
The loss dropped them to 6-5, 4-4 in the Big 9(12).
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