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The Wildcats were unable to generate much of anything offensively until just before the end of the first half, when KSU took advantage of a Razorback turnover deep in Arkansas territory and converted for a 12-yard touchdown to avoid a first-half shutout.
The second half wasn't much better. Apart from a seven-play, 60-yard touchdown drive that ended with quarterback Collin Klein scoring his 27th rushing touchdown, tying the Big 12 single season record held by Ricky Williams, the Wildcats struggled to move the ball against the stingy Arkansas defense.
It was not a good night overall for the offense, which turned the ball over twice and failed to convert multiple promising drives into points. The o-line allowed six sacks, one of which led to a fumble deep in Wildcat territory, capping off a drive that went thirty yards backwards.
Additionally, the run game, KSU's bread and butter, was unable to develop as fully as the Wildcats hoped; the Razorbacks limited Klein and Co. to 86 yards, well below their season average.
Overall, eight of the 13 KSU drives ended in punts and two ended in turnovers, while one of the Wildcat touchdowns was essentially a gimme, spanning only 12 yards. All in all, it was not a great night for K-State offensively.