Saturday, October 1, 2011

KSU vs. Baylor - Football

     What a great game today at Bill Snyder Family Stadium! The 15th-ranked Baylor Bears came to Manhattan and took on the Wildcats in what was a very exciting game. The score was close throughout, but a couple of late scores and a defensive stand by K-State gave them the, 36-35, upset. The Wildcats are 4-0 on the season and should be ranked nationally when the new polls come out tomorrow.

Baylor quarterback and early season Heisman Trophy candidate, Robert Griffin III, walks off of the field after K-State stopped the Bears on a fourth down attempt late in the fourth quarter. After trailing at the beginning of the fourth quarter, two late scores and a defensive stand led the Wildcats to a, 36-35, upset of the 15th ranked team in the country, and maintain their undefeated record for the season.
A K-State baton twirler performs to the crowd at Bill Snyder Family Stadium prior to Saturday's game against Baylor.
Saturday was "Fort Riley Day" at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Members of the armed forces carried flags of all branches represented at Fort Riley onto the field prior to kickoff.
The referee at Saturday's football game against Baylor listens to the replay officials through a headset in the second half. Several plays were challenged and reviewed throughout the game, but when the final score was posted, the Wildcats prevailed, 36-35.
K-State linebacker, Arthur Brown, tackles Baylor quarterback, Robert Griffin III, for a loss late in the fourth quarter Saturday. Brown finished the game with a team high eight tackles, one and a half sacks, and a critical interception late in the game.
K-State students cheer on the Wildcats from the student section of Bill Snyder Family Stadium late in the fourth quarter of Saturday's game against Baylor. The Wildcats trailed at the beginning of the fourth quarter, but scored late and with a late defensive stand K-State won, 36-35.
K-State head football coach, Bill Snyder, right, shakes the hand of Baylor head coach, Art Briles, after the Wildcats beat the Bears, 36-35, Saturday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
The K-State football team runs off of the field as a unit after beating the Baylor Bears, 36-35, in a game that was close throughout. The Wildcats are undefeated at 4-0 on the season.

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