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KANSAS ST (10 - 0) at BAYLOR (4 - 5)
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Week 12 Saturday, 11/17/2012 8:30 PM
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KANSAS ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games10-0+12.48-15-442.218.3421.1(6.7)0.617.78.7350.1(5.1)2.7
Road Games4-0+9.43-00-432.217.7366.2(5.7)0.716.06.7283.5(4.4)2.0
Last 3 Games3-0+33-02-140.719.0389.0(6.2)0.721.39.0406.7(5.7)3.3
Turf Games7-0+4.46-15-149.720.4460.7(7.4)0.418.19.6372.9(5.3)3.0
Conference Games7-0+11.46-03-440.619.4406.7(6.4)0.419.19.7352.6(5.1)3.0
KANSAS ST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)42.218.322.632:1341-214(5.2)15-2269.6%207(9.6)63-421(6.7)(10)
Opponents Defensive Avg.29.514.221.130:2538-162(4.3)21-3460.9%250(7.3)72-412(5.7)(14)
Offense Road Games32.217.720.034:4242-163(3.9)15-2268.5%203(9.1)64-366(5.7)(11.4)
Defense (All Games)17.78.719.827:4631-99(3.2)24-3862.1%251(6.6)69-350(5.1)(19.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.29.31622.230:3536-158(4.4)23-3861.2%271(7.2)73-429(5.8)(14.7)
Defense Road Games16.06.717.225:1828-84(3)21-3757.8%199(5.4)64-283(4.4)(17.7)

BAYLOR - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-5-2.45-46-242.720.2564.0(7)1.939.422.0519.8(6.2)1.8
Home Games3-1-0.42-22-142.215.2563.7(7.7)2.027.512.7442.2(5.4)2.2
Last 3 Games1-202-11-232.017.0543.7(6.4)1.330.321.0453.0(5.5)2.0
Turf Games4-3-1.44-35-147.021.6587.3(7.4)1.939.721.3523.0(6.3)1.7
Conference Games1-5-4.44-24-238.320.7561.7(6.9)2.244.325.7533.3(6.5)1.0
BAYLOR - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)42.720.227.825:0541-196(4.8)24-3961.9%368(9.3)80-564(7)(13.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.30.413.921.229:3437-157(4.3)21-3559.0%264(7.5)72-421(5.9)(13.9)
Offense Home Games42.215.226.523:2838-214(5.6)22-3563.1%349(9.9)73-564(7.7)(13.3)
Defense (All Games)39.422.027.434:5543-199(4.7)27-4165.3%321(7.8)84-520(6.2)(13.2)
Opponents Offensive Avg.31.317.522.331:2638-158(4.2)22-3760.1%263(7.1)75-421(5.6)(13.5)
Defense Home Games27.512.724.036:3243-191(4.5)22-3957.0%251(6.4)82-442(5.4)(16.1)
Average power rating of opponents played: KANSAS ST 36.9,  BAYLOR 35.8
KANSAS ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/22/2012@ OKLAHOMA24-19W15.5W56.5U44-21313-21-149027-8828-43-2983
10/13/2012@ IOWA ST27-21W-6T48.5U52-17716-24-187124-6516-36-1661
10/20/2012@ W VIRGINIA55-14W3W73U39-14620-23-333027-8823-35-1552
10/27/2012TEXAS TECH55-24W-7W60.5O36-19319-27-233027-11135-50-3313
11/3/2012OKLAHOMA ST44-30W-7W68.5O43-19121-28-290024-8727-47-4175
11/10/2012@ TCU23-10W-6.5W57U34-11512-21-145233-9618-33-1782
11/17/2012@ BAYLOR            

BAYLOR - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/21/2012@ LA MONROE47-42W-8L70O47-16928-41-380243-26228-42-2983
9/29/2012@ W VIRGINIA63-70L12W84O45-11929-47-581137-15145-51-6560
10/20/2012@ TEXAS50-56L9.5W79.5O44-25530-41-352244-25119-31-2740
10/27/2012@ IOWA ST21-35L2.5L70.5U30-11531-51-426448-17636-54-3812
11/10/2012@ OKLAHOMA34-42L21W74.5O51-25212-33-172040-18325-36-2772
11/17/2012KANSAS ST            
11/24/2012*TEXAS TECH            
12/1/2012OKLAHOMA ST            
KANSAS ST: Kansas State snuck up on the rest of the Big 12 last year, finishing second only to Oklahoma State in the conference. This year the Wildcats will surprise nobody as they return QB Collin Klein and eight other offensive starters. Klein threw for 1,918 yards and 13 TD, and rushed for 1,141 yards and 27 TD (tied for 2nd in FBS). He is one of the premier dual-threat QBs in the game and rarely makes mistakes (6 INT in 300 career pass attempts). Junior RB John Hubert is also tough to bring down, rushing for 970 yards last season. The Wildcats have a solid secondary and linebacking corps, but if they want to take the next step and win the Big 12, they must do a better job pressuring the quarterback (1.6 sacks per game, 84th in FBS).
BAYLOR: Baylor begins life after the Robert Griffin III era, and it's not looking too hot. The Bears will now rely on senior Nick Florence at the quarterback position. Florence played well in the one game he started against Texas Tech last year (165 total yards, 3 TD), but he has more career picks (nine) than TD passes (eight). One name to look out for is RB Lache Seastrunk, who transferred from Oregon after being connected to the probe into the Ducks' use of a Texas-based prep scouting service. The offense also loses RB Terrance Ganaway and WR Kendall Wright, who combined for 36 TD in 2011, but senior WR Terrance Williams (957 rec yds, 11 TD) does return. Defensively, the Bears couldn't stop anybody last year (488 YPG, 5th-most in FBS) and were always involved in high-scoring shootouts, allowing 37.2 PPG (8th-most in nation). Without Griffin III to bail them out, this defensive unit which returns all but three starters, will need to be much better in 2012.
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*Kansas St.-Baylor Preview* ===========================


No. 1 Kansas State (10-0) at Baylor (4-5), 8:00 p.m. EDT

Just two victories are between Kansas State and a potential spot in its first BCS championship game.

The first, however, must come at Baylor - where the No. 2 Wildcats have lost their last two visits.

Kansas State can clinch at least a share of the Big 12 title Saturday night while moving closer to a trip to Miami by sending the Bears to their sixth loss in seven games.

The Wildcats (10-0, 7-0) are atop the BCS rankings, slightly ahead of second-place Oregon - No. 1 in the AP poll - while unbeaten Notre Dame lurks third.

If the three teams complete their respective schedules unbeaten, it appears Kansas State and the Ducks will play for the national title in Miami on Jan. 7.

The Wildcats conclude the season against 18th-ranked Texas at home Dec. 1.

"We're just honored to be there," Kansas State coach Bill Snyder said. "I'm just going to encourage our guys to not change the way we approach things and try to stay grounded."

Perhaps that strategy can help the Wildcats win at Waco for the first time since Oct. 26, 2002. They've dropped two meetings there, the most recent on Oct. 23, 2010.

Collin Klein engineered a fourth-quarter rally as Kansas State beat the Bears 36-35 at home Oct. 1, 2011. The quarterback erased a nine-point deficit by scoring a one-yard touchdown run before setting up the winning field goal.

Klein will likely be a factor again as he attempts to help the Wildcats claim at least a share of their first conference title since 2003. He's also trying to build his resume to become the first Kansas State player to win the Heisman Trophy.

The senior earned another honor this week, gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated.

"It is pretty cool," Klein said. "You always see that kind of stuff growing up. At the same time, I am just trying to take care of mine and our business here. Just trying to take one more step."

He did that last week, running for two scores in a 23-10 win at TCU after an apparent concussion forced him to exit a win over Oklahoma State on Nov. 3.

Klein leads all quarterbacks with 19 rushing touchdowns, seven more than he's managed through the air. He's a big reason the Wildcats lead the Big 12 with 2,136 yards on the ground and 35 TDs.

"He brings maturity and production as well as being a good teammate," Baylor coach Art Briles said. "He sacrifices when he needs to and sacrifices when he has to. He's as good a dual-threat QB as there is in America."

Running back John Hubert has 783 rushing yards - averaging 5.3 per carry - and 12 touchdowns, but he hasn't been very effective over the past five games. The junior has been held to 256 yards and four scores on 72 carries during that stretch and failed to score in the last three games.

Hubert caught a 15-yard TD pass from Klein against Baylor (4-5, 1-5) last year.

The Bears need two wins in their last three games to have the chance of going to an unprecedented third straight bowl.

They dropped to 0-2 against ranked opponents last weekend, falling 42-34 at then-No. 14 Oklahoma.

"I think we've been due for a while, but the other team feels like they're due also and that's what makes it so great," Briles said of Baylor's 1-5 stretch. "We have to perform at a high level every snap. That's the difference between winning and losing. We have to play the whole game and then we'll have a good result."

The Bears have the second-best offense in the country to lean on, averaging 564.0 yards They've piled up 551 rushing yards and six touchdowns over the last two games, but will be facing the second-best run defense in the Big 12 as Kansas State yields an average of 99.4 yards and six TDs.

"I do not know of a team that has struggled in the win-loss standpoint that has been as effective and dynamic on offense as this football team," Snyder said.

One reason for that dynamism is quarterback Nick Florence, who had season highs of 83 yards and 15 carries while scoring on a five-yard run.

The senior wasn't nearly as effective passing, completing 12 of 33 attempts for 172 yards.

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