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Rodney McGruder scored 20 points to lead No. 23 Kansas State past No. 7 Missouri 75-59 Saturday.
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ARLINGTON, Texas Kansas State defensive end Meshak Williams was carted off the field in the second quarter of Fridays AT&T Cotton Bowl after colliding with a teammate.
Williams was able to raise both hands as he was taken off the field.
Williams collided with Emmanuel Lamur as both were trying to tackle Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson. Lamur hit Williams in the neck and...
Kansas State defensive end Meshak Williams was injured late in the first half of the Cotton Bowl after helmet-to-helmet contact with a teammate while trying to make a tackle.
Williams remained on his back after the play in the closing seconds of the second quarter.
Medical personnel tended to Williams on the field for several minutes before putting him on a stretcher and then on...
Joe Adams had his fourth punt return for a touchdown this season and No. 7 Arkansas matched a school record with its 11th victory, beating No. 11 Kansas State in the Cotton Bowl.
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Explosive returner Joe Adams had one last big highlight to help No. 7 Arkansas end a record-tying season in tall Cotton.
Joe Adams capped his career with his fourth punt return touchdown of a fabulous senior season to lead No 6 Arkansas to a Cotton Bowl victory over No. 8 Kansas State at Cowboys Stadium.
Arkansas matched a school record with its 11th victory, beating No. 11 Kansas State 29-16 in the Cotton Bowl at Cowboys Stadium.
Tyler Wilson didn't put up big numbers, but he made some big throws to put away K-State.
FORT WORTH, Texas - What the BCS could not provide for curious college football fans in its postseason the AT&T...
Kansas State often won without the glitz or glamour that normally accompanies Big 12 offenses to get to a 10-2 record this season. They could have used a bit of both trying to keep up with No. 7 Arkansas in a 29-16 loss in the Cotton Bowl. The No. 11 Wildcats couldn’t establish at least…
The real fans showed up early.
That’s what Arkansas and Kansas State fans say -- at least the ones who showed up at Cowboys Stadium as early as 10 a.m. Friday for the 2012 Cotton Bowl.
Arkansas fans began the day outnumbering the Kansas State faithful, but as time went on, more and more tailgaters wearing the K-State purple began to show, leveling the playing field.