Miami Hurricanes defenseless in 52-13 loss to Kansas State
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Last year, Miami came 1 yard short of defeating Kansas State.
On Saturday, it seemed more like a couple hundred miles on the Kansas Turnpike.
The Wildcats bullied the Hurricanes up and down the field at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, as purple power prevailed 52-13 on a gorgeous football day in the Midwest.
No. 21 Kansas State earned its 20th consecutive victory at home against an unranked, nonconference opponent.
For Miami, it was back to reality — a harsh reality. The loss was the most lopsided for the Hurricanes since falling to Virginia 48-0 in 2007 in their final game in the Orange Bowl.