(AP) -- Perhaps the training room in Kansas State's football complex should be named after Collin Klein.
He spends as much time there as he does on the practice field.
His elbows bloodied, his body swollen and bruised, the junior quarterback is determined to lead the 16th-ranked Wildcats to a high-profile bowl game.
That was on full display again Saturday night, when Klein threw for a career-high 281 yards and accounted for six touchdowns, the last in the fourth overtime to give Kansas State a dramatic 53-50 victory over Texas A&M.
"He gets beat up every game - every game you see him out there, he's beat up and bleeding," Kansas State lineman Nick Puetz said. "He has amazing heart."
Klein certainly isn't your prototypical quarterback.
He'd rather run than throw, take the hit than dodge a defender. His throwing motion is a little funky, his passes look more like tail-dragging punts than crisp, tight spirals. Yet somehow it seems to work: Kansas State (8-2, 5-2 Big 12) is of...