WACO, Texas —
Randall Evans had an interception that set up Klein’s 1-yard plunge only 2 1/2 minutes into the second half, but K-State never scored again after that.
The Bears still have to win one more game to be bowl eligible for the third consecutive season. They play Texas Tech at Cowboys Stadium next Saturday and finish the regular season at home against No. 22 Oklahoma State.
“I don’t think we really rose up, I just think we’ve been doing what we’ve been doing all along and we are just jelling at the right time and we are becoming better,” Bears coach Art Briles said. “We know what we are doing, we believe in what we are doing, we got good people on the field who know how to play and know how to play at a high level thanks to some things we did last year. We are heading in the right direction.”