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MANHATTAN, Kan. - For those K-State fans wanting Carson Coffman benched, they'll keep quiet at least for another week. The K-State senior quarterback accounted for five touchdowns Thursday night in a 59-7 victory over the Kansas Jayhawks. It was the second most lop-sided victory in the history over the rivalry.

The win also puts K-State at 5-1 on the year, which means it is just one game away from being bowl eligible. The win was huge in many aspects for Kansas State, and in reality, the 52-9 final against the University of Kansas on Thursday was not as close as the score would indicate. The Wildcats dominated the Jayhawks for the full 60 minutes of play moving to 5-1 on the year through the first... Recommended Stories

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