WACO, Texas The only thing more confusing than the muddled BCS championship picture after No. 1 Kansas State and No. 2 Oregon lost on the same night might be the explanations given for Kansas State's 52-24 thumping at the hands of Baylor.
Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder didn't think his Wildcats handled the title of being the nation's No. 1 team heading into the game very well.
Quarterback Collin Klein, whose status as Heisman Trophy frontrunner took a beating much like he did as he matched his season total of three interceptions with three against Baylor, thought KSU was well prepared coming into the game but failed to execute when needed.
But then again, once things started going downhill as Baylor reeled off the final 17 points, running back John Hubert felt like some Kansas State players gave up.
Lack of focus. Lack of execution. Lack of heart. None of that matters for Kansas State now because after Saturday, its season will end with a lack of an elusive national champ...