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In the Big 12 matchup between unbeatens Baylor and Kansas State, it was the Wildcat’s speedy linebacker Arthur Brown who helped stop the potent Robert Griffin III-led Baylor offense on Baylor’s final two offensive drives to pull off KSU’s 36-35 win at home on Saturday. “Arthur Brown looking like a 5-star LB now w/ some...Read the Rest...
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Kansas State, thanks to inspired fourth quarter play by junior Arthur Brown, came back after trailing by 9 with less than 6 minutes in the game to beat the Baylor Bears.
And we don’t mean absent as in he didn’t get any touches, or was removed from the game plan. No, Kansas State running back Bryce Brown wasn’t in Bill Snyder Family Stadium when the Wildcats stunned No. 15 Baylor yesterday. As we noted earlier this week, Brown has reportedly been dealing with a variety of…
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MANHATTAN, Kan. - Kansas State continues to roll, knocking off Baylor in dramatic fashion with the game coming down to the very end. Coach Bill Snyder Talks about the win....
Robert Griffin III threw his first interception at exactly the wrong time. Kansas State linebacker Arthur Brown picked off Baylor's star quarterback in the closing minutes Saturday, setting up Anthony Cantele's 31-yard field goal that sent the Wildcats to a stunning 36-35 win over the No. 15 Bears.
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