By Jenn Bates
KWCH 12 Eyewitness Sports
8:40 PM CDT, November 3, 2012
Kansas State (9-0) remains undefeated with a 44-30 win over Oklahoma State (5-3) on Saturday night. Allen Chapman sealed the win with an interception on the Cowboys' final drive; it was the 4th interception by the Kansas State defense on the night.
Special teams was the highlight early on in this game as Tyler Lockett returned a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown. That was immediately followed by a kickoff return for a touchdown by Oklahoma State. Lockett's return makes him the only Wildcat with 2, 100 yard kickoff returns in school history.
Kansas State's defense forced 5 turnovers in the game including an interception return for a touchdown by Allen Chapman.
The only bad news from the game is that quarterback Collin Klein appeared to injure his wrist in the third quarter. He did not play for most of the second half.
Despite the shortened playing time Klein still passed for 245 yards and rushed for 64 yards and a touchdown. John Hubert ran for 38 yards and two touchdowns. Kapaun graduate Anthony Cantele went 3-4 on field goals and was a perfect 5-5 on extra points for the Wildcats.
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