They’re not curators or historians, and this isn’t a museum.
The third-ranked Wildcats still did enough down the stretch, especially defensively, to hold off Oklahoma State and keep their perfect season alive.
It all worked in the Red Demons’ favor, as they turned a three-touchdown first-half lead into a 38-6 win.
Weber’s team made its mark from the get go, opening the game in style with a 22-2 run, capped by two 3s from Rodney McGruder and a pair of baskets by Nino Williams.
The Falcons were doomed by turnovers — five on the night — while also not converting on a fourth-and-goal in the final minute of the first half.
K-State, ranked No. 3 in the BCS, led just 13-10 at halftime, but all that changed in the second half when Klein orchestrated three touchdown drives.
The best costume designers know that the clothing worn in film and on stage has the potential to tell a story as much as the actors themselves.
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