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K-State Slate: 9.10.12

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K-State Football

K-State blew away the Miami Hurricanes on Saturday in Manhattan. The Wildcats won 52-13 behind a four-touchdown effort from Collin Klein (three rushing, one passing) and another 100-yard rushing day from John Hubert.

With the win -- and a bunch of losses by other ranked teams -- K-State moved up six spots to No. 15 in the AP Poll. Stay tuned for the SB Nation BlogPoll later this week.

Klein led the offense, as usual, and Arthur Brown led the defense against his former team. Brown tallied 10 tackles on the day, including a big sack of Miami quarterback Stephen Morris on third-and-goal in the third quarter.

Curry Sexton was the beneficiary of Klein's lone touchdown pass on the day. It was the first receiving touchdown of Sexton's career.

The K-State offense was balanced and efficient against Miami. Other than Klein's first interception of the season and the failed gadget play from the goal line, K-State was a balanced machine.

Matt Hinton has a recap of K-State's win over Miami at Sunday Morning QB.

K-State makes the "winners" list over at Dr. Saturday for its win over Miami.

K-State Volleyball

K-State is off to its best start in school history at 9-0 after sweeping through four matches in Ahearn Fieldhouse last week.

Around the Big 12

Rice hit a last-second field goal to beat KU, 25-24 ... Oklahoma State got ripped in the second half by Arizona in a 59-38 loss ... TCU shut out Grambling State, 56-0, in its first game as a Big 12 member ... Iowa State retained the CyHawk Trophy with a 9-6 win over Iowa in Iowa City ... Texas Tech silenced the upset talk with a 58-10 win over Texas State in San Marcos ... Oklahoma got its offense rolling in a 69-13 domination of Florida A&M ... and Texas blanked New Mexico, 45-0.