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K-State Does Enough to Move Up

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FORT WORTH, TEXAS -- Collin Klein didn’t play up to his usual standards against TCU on Saturday, but he didn’t have to.

Behind a suffocating defensive effort, No. 3 Kansas State defeated TCU 23-10 at Amon G. Carter Stadium without much help from its senior quarterback and Heisman Trophy favorite. While he was trying to shake off the lingering effects of an undisclosed injury that he suffered last week, his teammates were pushing the Horned Frogs backwards.

In doing so, they earned a victory that will likely vault the Wildcats to the top of the BCS standings when they are released Sunday. With No. 1 Alabama suffering its first loss to Texas A&M, they now control their own destiny in the national championship race. As long as they stay ahead of either...

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