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“Stanford’s offense still couldn’t get any momentum going in the fourth quarter. After Quenton Meeks intercepted Jesse Ertz’s pass, Stanford had great field position but yet again was forced to punt. With 4:19 to go, Kansas State had the ball up against their own end zone, and Jordan Watkins and the defensive line pressured the quarterback and brought him down for a safety. Following the safety, Kansas State recovered an onside kick and began to drive down the field. The defense forced a fourth down in the red zone, but Kansas State scored on an end zone pass. 19-13. One possession game. However, remember that guy Christian McCaffery? He broke out for a forty one yard touchdown on the first play of the drive to seal the win.
Only seventy one yard total yards in the second half for Stanford. That’s really bad. The offense shined in the first half but struggled in the second. They’ll have to repeat more first half performances for a successful season. Fortunately, the defense stayed strong all game and only allowed one touchdown. The defense looks promising going forward.”