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Kansas State-West Virginia statistics

  • Published Friday, Oct. 19, 2012, at 11:59 p.m.
  • Updated Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013, at 6:05 p.m.

6 p.m. Saturday at Milan Puskar Stadium, Morgantown, W.Va.

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What’s at stake today

For K-State: Basically a two-game lead over the other top contenders in the Big 12.

For West Virginia: Getting right back in the conference race, and can Geno Smith win the Heisman with two losses?

Schedules

Kansas State (6-0, 3-0)

Sept. 1Missouri St.W,51-9
Sept. 8MiamiW,52-13
Sept. 15North TexasW,35-21
Sept. 22at OklahomaW,24-19
Oct. 6KansasW,56-16
Oct. 13at Iowa St.W,27-21
Saturdayat West Virginia6 p.m.
Oct. 27Texas Tech2:30 p.m.
Nov. 3Oklahoma St.TBA
Nov. 10at TCUTBA
Nov. 17at BaylorTBA
Dec. 1TexasTBA

West Virginia (5-1, 2-1)

Sept. 1MarshallW,69-34
Sept. 15x-James MadisonW,42-12
Sept. 22MarylandW,31-21
Sept. 29BaylorW,70-63
Oct. 6at TexasW,48-45
Oct. 13at Texas TechL,49-14
SaturdayKansas St.6 p.m.
Nov. 3TCUTBA
Nov. 10at Oklahoma St.TBA
Nov. 17OklahomaTBA
Nov. 23at Iowa St.2:30 p.m.
Dec. 1KansasTBA
x-at Landover, Md.

Leaders

Wildcats

RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDLONG
John Hubert986066.2895
Collin Klein985105.21031
Daniel Sams201949.7346
Angelo Pease211155.5028
K-State 261 1491 5.7 22 95
Opponents 195 607 3.1 5 45

PASSINGCMP-AT-IPCTYDSTD
Collin Klein79-118-266.910747
K-State 7-118-2 66.9 1074 7
Opponents 135-218-6 61.9 1431 6

RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDLONG
Chris Harper1925813.6137
Tramaine Thompson1728316.6338
Tyler Lockett1319715.2145
Travis Tannahill913615.1137
K-State 79 1074 13.6 7 58
Opponents 135 1431 10.6 6 56

SACKS

Adam Davis 3, Meshak Williams 3, Javonta Boyd 2, Justin Tuggle 2, Jarrell Childs 1, Arthur Brown 1, Ryan Mueller 1, John Sua 1. K-State 14, Opponents 4.

INTERCEPTIONS

Ty Zimmerman 3, Nigel Malone 2, Allen Chapman 1. K-State 6, Opponents 2.

Mountaineers

RUSHINGATTYDSAVGTDLONG
Andrew Buie1045044.8530
Shawne Alston301856.2321
Tavon Austin89011.2070
Dustin Garrison17844.9117
West Virginia 200 950 4.8 10 70
Opponents 242 788 3.3 12 53

PASSINGCMP-AT-IPCTYDSTD
Geno Smith196-260-075.4227425
Paul Millard6-12-150.0381
West Virginia 202-272-1 74.3 2312 26
Opponents 152-228-5 66.7 2203 17

RECEIVINGRECYDSAVGTDLONG
Tavon Austin6875411.1852
Stedman Bailey5576613.91487
J.D. Woods3636310.1222
Andrew Buie1823112.8034
West Virginia 202 2312 11.4 26 87
Opponents 152 2203 14.5 17 67

SACKS

Terence Garvin 4, Josh Francis 3, Dozie Ezemma 1, Travis Bell 1, Jorge Wright 1, Pat Miller 1, Darwin Cook 1, Doug Rigg 1, Karl Joseph 1, Isaiah Bruce 0.5, Will Clarke 0.5. West Virginia 15, Opponents 8.

INTERCEPTIONS

Wes Tonkery 1, Darwin Cook 1, Karl Joseph 1, Doug Rigg 1, Tyler Anderson 1. West Virginia 5, Opponents 1.

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