There is no way around the numbers Kansas State quarterback Jake Waters put up in Saturday night’s 45-13 win over Texas Tech.
His 395 yards of total offense – 290 passing and 105 rushing – combined with five touchdowns approached rarefied air in Wildcat history.
Just 10 passing yards short of becoming the first K-State quarterback to go over 300 passing and 100 rushing since Michael Bishop in 1998.
But it was something else that struck Waters, something that happened with the game well out of reach.
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