Kansas State 55, West Virginia 14
The West Virginia offense was held in check for the second straight week. Last week, it was 408 total yards—just 243 Saturday. The 651 total yards during this two-game losing streak is less than 100 yards more than the five-game average to start the season (570.8).
The Mountaineers' defense has been historically bad. They are allowing 44.5 points per game against FBS schools.
Collin Klein accounted for all seven touchdowns Kansas State scored—three passing and more rushing. Changes to personnel may be in order, as may be changes to the coaching staff.
That will be a story line to watch over the coming days and weeks.