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Watch: Kansas State Brings Big 12 Championship Trophy to Bramlage Coliseum

NCAA Football: Kansas State at Mississippi State

The Kansas State Wildcats won the Big 12 Championship on Saturday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. And when the team returned to Manhattan, Kansas on Saturday night, the scene at Bramlage Coliseum was absolutely phenomenal.

Here’s what it looked like.


For Kansas State, it’s their first Big 12 Title since 2012 and their first Big 12 Championship Game victory since 2003.

Kansas State trailed the game 7-0 early, before taking a 14-10 lead into halftime. They led 28-17 in the fourth quarter before TCU came back to tie the game at 28 and force overtime. The Wildcats got a fourth and goal stop against TCU, who had the ball first in overtime and then went down to watch Ty Zentner kick a 31-yard field goal to win the game 31-28.

Deuce Vaughn was named the Most Outstanding Player of the game, as he finished with 26 carries for 130 yards and one touchdown run, while also finishing with two catches for 30 yards on the afternoon.

With the victory, Kansas State finished 10-3 overall in Chris Klieman’s fourth season in the job since taking over for Bill Snyder. While its not official yet, the Wildcats are heading to the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, which takes place on Saturday, December 31st.

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