Football Bowl Subdivision
                === Petty powers Baylor to win over K-State ===
 Manhattan, KS ( - Bryce Petty was 13-of-22 for 342 yards and
 three touchdowns, leading the 15th-ranked Baylor Bears to a 35-25 win over the
 Kansas State Wildcats.
 Tevin Reese caught the decisive score for Baylor as he was one of the two main
 targets  for Petty.  Reese caught five passes for 184 yards and two touchdowns
 and Antwan Goodley made five grabs for 139 yards and a score.
 Glasco  Martin also chipped in a touchdown while running the ball 16 times for
 70 yards. Petty also had a rushing touchdown.
 "I  do not think there is a team out there that can stop us when we are on our
 stuff,"  Petty  said. "We had  a couple  of drops today.  I missed a couple of
 reads, and we had that fumble. You have to expect in road games that things do
 not go your way. The guys did a great job of bouncing back."
 Leading  rusher Lache Seastrunk managed only 57 yards on 12 carries for Baylor
 (5-0, 2-0 Big 12).
 Daniel  Sams  was 4-for-7  passing for  41 yards and  one interception, but he
 picked  up the majority  of his yards with his legs. He had 30 carries for 199
 yards  and three touchdowns.  John Hubert ran 15 times for 90 yards for Kansas
 State (2-4, 0-3).
 "I  do  not go out there  to try to get  massive stats," Sams said. "I am just
 trying to make plays, play like myself, and play for the team."
 The Wildcats also saw Jake Waters complete 6-of-15 passes for 77 yards.
 Baylor  came  out and  scored on its  first drive  as it went  12 plays for 59
 yards.  The longest play of the drive was a completion to Goodley for 31 yards
 and Petty kept it himself for a 1-yard touchdown.
 Kansas  State got on  the board with a one-yard run from its quarterback Sams.
 The  run  capped off a drive  in which Sams rushed  for all eight plays and 78
 Two  possessions later  the Bears started at their own five following a downed
 punt.  Petty ran on the first play for two yards and followed that play with a
 completion to hit Reese for a 93-yard touchdown pass.
 On  their ensuing drive,  the Wildcats drove 68 yards in 11 plays to pick up a
 24-yard  field goal.  Sams had two third-down conversions on the ground during
 the drive, one for 32 yards on 3rd-and-1 and another for eight on 3rd-and-6.
 Petty  again  came out firing  as he hit Goodley  for a 72-yard touchdown pass
 with less than two minutes on the clock.
 Kansas  State  started the second half  with a grueling 13-play, 60-yard drive
 that  lasted  six-plus minutes.  The Wildcats  grinded their  way to a 32-yard
 field goal, which made the score 21-13.
 Baylor  stalled  out on  its  next  possession and  had  its  punt blocked  by
 Weston  Hiebert. Kansas State took over at the Bears 19-yard line. After a 17-
 yard  run  by Hubert, Sams  rushed for another  touchdown except for two yards
 this time.
 With  the momentum on their side after the blocked punt Kansas State gave up a
 17-yard  pass  to Goodley.  On the  next play  though Petty  fumbled as he was
 sacked and Ryan Mueller recorded the sack, fumble and fumble recovery.
 The  Wildcats ran their  way down the field for a 10-play 44-yard drive and it
 ended  with a rushing  score from Sams again for two yards to put Kansas State
 in front, 25-21.
 The Bears wasted no time answering the Wildcats as they drove 71 yards on five
 plays.  The  big play  of the  drive was the  go-ahead, 54-yard touchdown pass
 to Reese. This brought the score to 28-25 in favor of Baylor.
 After  a three-and-out by both teams, Kansas State drove into Baylor territory
 to  threaten the lead. The Wildcats made it all the way down to the Bears' 24-
 yard  line before  stalling out at 4th-and-2. Kansas State attempted a 41-yard
 field goal but missed wide right.
 Kansas  State's defense then  came out and stopped Baylor to force a punt. Two
 plays later, Sams was intercepted by Ahmad Dixon. Baylor then began to run out
 the  clock and  handed the ball to Martin  five times before he broke on for a
 21-yard touchdown.
                                   Game Notes
 Baylor  extended  its winning streak to  nine games dating back to last season
 ...  Lache  Seastrunk fell short of  having nine straight games of 100-or-more
 rushing yards ... Kansas State leads the series 7-4 despite the loss... Kansas
 State  receivers' Curry  Sexton and Torell Miller each had three catches for a
 total of 71 yards.
 10/12 21:16:27 ET