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K-State Wildcats dominate Iowa State

By Danilynn Welniak, dwelniak@kwch.com
Published On: Nov 02 2013 06:48:39 PM CDT
Updated On: Nov 02 2013 07:04:31 PM CDT
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MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -

 John Hubert ran for 105 yards and two touchdowns, and Kansas State nearly pitched its first Big 12 shutout in a decade in a 41-7 rout of Iowa State on Saturday.
    
The quarterback combo of Jake Waters and Daniel Sams combined to throw for 221 yards and run for 89 yards as the Wildcats (4-4, 2-3) beat the Cyclones for the sixth straight time.
    
Iowa State (1-7, 0-5) didn't score until the Wildcats' Robert Rose coughed up the ball at his own 10-yard line in the closing minutes, and DeVondrick Nealy took a toss-sweep for a touchdown.


That was the only time the Cyclones ran a play in the Wildcats' red zone.
    
Grant Rohach threw for 88 yards for the Cyclones in place of Sam Richardson, who left midway through the second quarter. Richardson had been dealing with a lingering ankle injury.

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