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12/12/13 - 2013 ALL-BIG 12 HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): John Hubert (RB)...Has been selected Honorable Mention All-Big 12 for the 2013 college football season by the Big 12 Coaches. - Kansas State football
12/01/13 - After the way that Kansas State ran the ball a week ago, Bill Snyder decided to make every effort to prove that the Wildcats were still a ground-and-pound kind of team. No better opponent to ground and pound than its closest rival. John Hubert ran for a career-high 220 yards, Jake Waters accounted for three touchdowns and the Wildcats beat turnover-prone Kansas 31-10 on Saturday for their fifth straight win in the series. ''I just got through with John, and I told him how proud I was,'' Snyder said. ''Sometimes he gets caught dancing a bit, but today he didn't' do that. He kept his pad level low and ran hard.'' Unlike last week, when the senior running back had 17 yards in a loss to Oklahoma. ''Last week we didn't rush the ball as well as we should of,'' Hubert said, ''so we wanted to come out and prove we're still a hard-nosed team. We came out and got the job done.''
Hubert also had a touchdown run for the Wildcats (7-5, 5-4), who will become the fourth school in Big 12 history to start 2-4 and reach a bowl game when it learns its destination in the coming weeks. The most likely bet is the Holiday Bowl, where Snyder has never lost. Meanwhile, Kansas (3-9, 1-8) stumbles into the offseason with its fifth straight losing record and few signs that coach Charlie Weis had made much progress in two years in charge. - AP Sports
11/09/13 - Kansas State made sure Texas Tech's plummet from No. 10 in the BCS standings continued as the Wildcats ran over the Red Raiders. Kansas State scored on all five of its first-half possessions and rolled past the No. 25 Red Raiders, 49-26, on Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium. When the BCS Standings debuted this season, Texas Tech (7-3, 4-3 Big 12) checked in at No. 10 with a 7-0 record. Then the Red Raiders lost a close one at Oklahoma and suffered lopsided losses at home against Oklahoma State and Kansas State. A porous defense has been one of the Red Raiders' major problems and Kansas State (5-4, 3-3) exploited it from the beginning.
The Wildcats finished with 291 rushing yards and five rushing touchdowns, led by John Hubert, who had 157 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries. Hubert kick-started Kansas State with a 63-yard touchdown run on the Wildcats' second offensive play for a 7-3 lead. He ran four times for 32 yards to propel Kansas State's second touchdown drive and John Waters got the score on a one-yard run as the Wildcats took the lead for good, 14-10. Quarterback Davis Webb started and led scoring drives on the Red Raiders' first-two possessions. He threw a two-yard touchdown pass to Eric Ward to give Texas Tech a 10-7 lead with 6:49 left in the first quarter. But that would be the high point for Webb and the Red Raiders. - The Sports Xchange
11/02/13 - John Hubert ran for 105 yards and two touchdowns, and Kansas State nearly pitched its first Big 12 shutout in a decade in a 41-7 rout of Iowa State on Saturday. The quarterback combo of Jake Waters and Daniel Sams combined to throw for 221 yards and run for 89 yards as the Wildcats (4-4, 2-3) beat the Cyclones for the sixth straight time. Iowa State (1-7, 0-5) didn't score until the Wildcats' Robert Rose coughed up the ball at his own 10-yard line in the closing minutes, and DeVondrick Nealy took a toss-sweep for a touchdown.
That was the only time the Cyclones ran a play in the Wildcats' red zone. Grant Rohach threw for 88 yards for the Cyclones in place of Sam Richardson, who left midway through the second quarter. Richardson had been dealing with a lingering ankle injury. Nealy's TD run prevented the Wildcats from finishing off their first shutout since September 2011, and their first of a Big 12 foe since a 45-0 win over the Cyclones on Nov. 3, 2003. Still, Cyclones coach Paul Rhoads remained winless against Kansas State. Iowa State hasn't beaten its fellow land-grant university in Manhattan since Nov. 20, 2004. - AP Sports
09/15/13 - John Hubert ran for 118 yards, Kip Daily returned one of his two interceptions for a touchdown and Kansas State rolled to a 37-7 victory over Massachusetts on Saturday night. Jake Waters added 115 yards passing and two touchdowns for the Wildcats (2-1), who tuned up for the start of Big 12 play by pulling away from the Minutemen (0-3) before halftime.
After falling behind 7-6 at the end of the first quarter, Kansas State piled up 233 yards and scored three unanswered touchdowns in the second. Daniel Sams ran for the first score, Robert Rose ran 26 yards for the second, and Hubert's 43-yard touchdown catch made it 27-7 at the half. The Wildcats coasted from there, turning their attention toward next week's game at Texas. - AP Sports