Kansas State Football: Report Card VS Kansas Jayhawks

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Kansas State Wildcats quarterback Joe Hubener (8) is congratulated by wide receiver Deante Burton (6) – Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas State football kept their bowl game hopes alive on Saturday when they defeated the Kansas Jayhawks by a score of 45-14.

It was a good ol’ fashioned butt whooping in Lawrence on Saturday when the Kansas State Wildcats put the smack down on in state rival Kansas. K-State grabbed ahold of the lead early on and never looked back.

KSU was able to hand Kansas their 12th and final loss of the season, putting them at 0-12 on the season. K-State moved to 5-6 on the year and have one more game next weekend before their season ends (assuming they don’t make a bowl game, that is).

With all of the excitement of the team’s second straight win after six straight losses, let’s take a look at the grades the Wildcats earned after their blowout win against the Jayhawks.

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