Red Raiders vs K-State

Red Raiders win the toss and defer to the second half.

Matthew Cluck kicks off, which brings up the question, what happened to Michael Barden?

Kansas State matriculates the ball down the field to the Red Raider 35. K-State is forced to pass after a delay of game and is complete but will force a K-State FG 45 yard attempt which is good.

3-0 Kansas State on a 11 play drive which took 5 min and 38 seconds off the clock. Time for the Red Raiders to show their mettle…

Tre King with the automatic 10 yard run to start the Red Raiders off but they have to punt.

So today must be the “Celebrate Home” game because everyone has stayed away from the Jones.

Kansas State slowly moves the ball down the field. Kansas State is working the Red Raider zone and Delton is in Texas Tech territory. Texas Tech forces a punt and the fans who showed up rose to their feet in celebration.

Defensive stop keeps Kansas State from running even more of the clock down. Already down to 3:08 left in the first quarter.

Red Raiders drive to the Kansas State 44 but are unable to move any further. Panazzolo punts to the K-State 2. #CoffinCorner

Difference in this game, Red Raiders not converting 3rd downs 0-2, Kansas State is 4-6.

Delvin Womack walks into the end zone TD K-State.

Red Raiders in tempo drive 75 yards in 2:38 for a Tre King Touchdown!


Fans are reacting about the slow start…


Kansas State reacts to the Red Raider TD with a quick drive of their own. Taking only 2:38 off the clock.

But the Red Raiders strike back in ONE PLAY!!!

D is begging the fans to cheer. They get a reason to. Kansas State 3rd down pass batted up into the air and caught by QB for a loss. 41 yard Wildcat punt to the RR 28.

Play calling for Red Raiders EXTREMELY suspect!

So Nic Shimonek has 1:31 and 3 time outs to drive the Red Raiders down before the half.

Red Raiders are unable to move the ball and Panazzolo is here to make punting cool again!

Kansas State will take over the ball at their own 22 and they will take a knee.


Red Raiders trail 17-14 to the Wildcats.

Red Raiders take the 2nd half kickoff and drive into Wildcat territory!

Dylan Cantrell with the catch of the day for a crucial Red Raider 1st down into Kansas State territory!

From the “I don’t believe you department”…

Skyler Thompson in for the Wildcats.

A rare 3 and out for the Kansas State Wildcats

Texas Tech goes into the Oklahoma defensive playbook and brings 4 down lineman forcing a Wildcat punt.

Nic Shimonek responds to the #PickSix by driving the Red Raiders into the Kansas State side of the field.

Shimonek finds Cantrell for another KEY third down conversion. In the 1st half Cantrell couldn’t get a target. 2nd half… all Dylan.


Red Raiders lead 28-24 with 5 minutes left in the third.

During the Rockin’ Pregame I told you how important special team coverage against D.J. Reed would be.

K-State starts their drive at the Red Raider 38 59 yard return!

Kansas State has had THREE TD’s called back because of penalties.

Only way Kansas State can over Dylan Cantrell is to tackle him.


Red Raiders leading at the end of the 3rd and driving 28-24.

Batson is injured on the play. Limping off the field.

T.J. Vasher has an OPEN catch and he drops it.

Going to head down to the field… See you on the Rockin’ Postgame on Rock 101.1



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