FORT WORTH -- Jesse Ertz ran for a career-high 170 yards with a touchdown and threw an 83-yard scoring pass as Kansas State ended its regular season with a 30-6 win at TCU on a drizzly Saturday. Coach Bill Snyder got his 201st victory in 25 seasons with the Wildcats (8-4, 6-3 Big 12), who next will play in their 20th bowl game -- the 19th under Snyder.
In the latest episode of Candidly Cowboys, Jon Machota and Brandon George were perhaps at their most candid immediately following the Dallas Cowboys' 17-15 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night. They broke down the victory, talked about key players, and what the win could mean for the Cowboys moving forward.
DENVER _ The Stars on Saturday placed forward Patrick Sharp on Injured Reserved retroactive to Dec. 1. That means he must be out a minimum of seven days. Sharp, who missed 14 games with a concussion earlier in the season, is out with concussion symptoms again, coach Lindy Ruff said."Patrick has concussion symptoms.
TCU lost their final game of the regular season 30-6 to the Kansas State Wildcats in front of a sparse home crowd in dreary conditions on Saturday. Here's five things TCU fans need to know from the loss. The Frogs just could not stop the run. K-State wound up with 336 rushing yards, including 170 from their starting quarterback, Jesse Ertz.