Found January 04, 2013 on Turfburner.com:
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The first half for Kansas State ended just a badly as it started in Thursday night's Fiesta Bowl against Oregon. After the Wildcats were hit with a couple Oregon haymakers in the first quarter that included De'Anthony Thomas' 94 yard kickoff return to start the game, K-State answered with a couple solid scoring drives in the second quarter to get back to within five at 15-10. Kansas State looked as if it might have a chance to take a lead into halftime but their drive stalled and a false start penalty on fourth and one at the Oregon 18 yard…
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