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Kansas State Falls to Colorado, 44-36


GO WILDCATS
Carson Coffman rushed for one score and passed for two more against the Buffaloes

GO WILDCATS
Carson Coffman rushed for one score and passed for two more against the Buffaloes
GO WILDCATS

Nov. 20, 2010

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BOULDER, Colo. (AP) -Rodney Stewart ran for a touchdown and gained a career-high 195 yards on 34 carries, caught two passes for 49 yards and completed a 23-yard halfback pass for a TD in leading Colorado past Kansas State 44-36 Saturday.

Cody Hawkins threw for three TDs and 202 yards and the Buffaloes (5-6, 2-5 Big 12) won their second straight under interim coach Brian Cabral, who took over two weeks ago when Dan Hawkins was fired.

Kansas State (6-5, 3-5) lost starting quarterback Collin Klein late in the second quarter and couldn't quite keep up with Stewart. Klein suffered an unspecified injury when he was sacked by defensive end Josh Hartigan and was replaced by Carson Coffman, who threw for 270 yards and two touchdowns.

The 80 combined points marked the most in the 66-game history of the series that will fade away with the Buffaloes' bolting to the Pac-12 next fall.

The pregame festivities had barely finished when the Wildcats quickly took a double-digit lead.

Ty Zimmerman returned the short punt 41 yards to the Colorado 1, and Klein ran it in from there on the first snap. Klein scored on another 1-yard keeper to make it 14-3 the second time the Wildcats had the ball. But Will Jefferson returned the kickoff to midfield and Stewart leaped in from a yard out to start Colorado's comeback.

Daniel Thomas (58 yards on 14 carries) coughed up the ball and Colorado cornerback Jimmy Smith returned it 22 yards to the Kansas State 24, and Stewart took the pitch and hit Toney Clemons in the back of the end zone from 23 yards out with his first collegiate pass to put the Buffaloes ahead for good at 16-14.