Kansas State Notes

Kansas State Football
Postgame Notes
vs. Nebraska
Nov. 12, 2005

*With the loss today, Kansas State moved to 15-73-2 in the all-time series with Nebraska.
 *Kansas State rushed for 134 yards in the first quarter Saturday, the most in any Big 12 game this season. K-State finished with 248 yards rushing, the most in conference play and the second most this season.
*Senior Victor Mann’s 27-yard run in the first quarter setting up a touchdown was a career-long.
*Quarterback Allan Evridge scored his third and fourth career touchdowns Saturday and now has all four career rushing touchdowns in the last three weeks.
*- Evridge rushed 30 times for a career-high 138 yards and two touchdowns Saturday. With his 138 yards, Evridge became the first Wildcat since Parrish Fisher’s 169 yards against North Texas to rush for at least 100 yards and also became the first quarterback to eclipse 100 yards sinceAllen Webb’s 103 against Colorado in 2004. His 30 carries were also the most by a quarterback since Webb had 34 against Nebraska last season.
*- Evridge’s 138 yards rushing Saturday were the seventh-most ever by a quarterback at Kansas State. Also, Saturday marked the third time in the last four meetings between the Wildcats and Huskers that K-State’s quarterback has rushed for at least 100 yards.
*- Allan Evridge’s three-yard touchdown run gave K-State a 6-0 lead in the first quarter, marking the first time since the North Texas game that the Wildcats scored first in a game.
*- Kansas State has now scored in 114 straight games, dating back to the 1996 Colorado game. The scoring streak is currently the 12th longest in the nation.
*- Sophomore Jeff Snodgrass had his first PAT attempt blocked Saturday, his first of the season and the first since Joe Rheem had one blocked last season against Iowa State.
*- Maurice Porter and Zach Diles combined for a safety in the third quarter, marking the second time this season the Wildcats recorded a safety. The other was against Kansas. Then, freshman Reggie Walker made back-to-back tackles for losses to record the second safety of the game later in the third quarter.
*- Bryan Baldwin’s interception in the fourth quarter that set up a go-ahead field goal was the first of his career.
*- Sophomore Tim Schwerdt’s 27-yard field goal in the fourth quarterwas the first of his career.
*- Kansas State’s 103 passing yards Saturday were the fewest this season and the fewest since it totalled 58 yards through the air against Iowa State in 2004.
*- Also, K-State was 6-of-30 passing Saturday with the six completions being the fewest this season
and the fewest since also connected on six passes against Iowa State last season.

By the Numbers
77,761 - Today’s attendance.
248- Number of rushing yards by the Wildcats Saturday, the most this season in Big 12 play.
138- Number of rushing yards by Allan Evridge, a career high and the seventh-most ever by a quarterback at K-State.
134- Number of rushing yards by the Wildcats in the first quarter Saturday.
114- Number of consecutive games in which Kansas State has scored.
50- Number of total yards Kansas State held Nebrask to during the third quarter.
30- Number of rushing attempts by Allan Evridge Saturday, a new career-high.
4- Number of rushing touchdowns this season by quarterback Allan Evridge, all coming in the last three weeks.
2- Number of safeties recorded by Kansas State Saturday, both coming in the third quarter.