K-State football won a bowl game on Wednesday night and it came in an entirely different fashion than what the Wildcat fans were used to seeing this season.
For starters, the Kansas State Wildcats were able to make big plays. That’s something that hadn’t been happening much for the offense during the season.
The Wildcats were reliant on their running game to win it for them and while yes, that certainly helped in this one, it wasn’t what put them over the edge.
All of the units came together in this bowl game to lead Kansas State to a 33-28 victory over the Texas A&M Aggies in what was essentially a home game for the Aggies (though K-State football donned their purple home jerseys, this was a game held in freaking Texas).
The last few bowl games hadn’t gone all that well for KSU, so it was nice to finally see them bring home a victory. They did so against a former Big 12 opponent and looked pretty good in this game.
So, for the final time this season, let’s take a look at the good, the bad, and the downright ugly for K-State football from their Advocare V100 Texas Bowl victory.