The Kansas State football scored a marquee victory over Miami at Sun Life Stadium on Saturday, defeating the Hurricans 28-24.
The game came down to a fourth-and-goal play with less than a minute remaining in the fourth quarter. Miami quarterback Jacory Harris, from two yards away, ran left and dove toward the end zone. The officials ruled he scored a touchdown. But after a review, the go-ahead touchdown was overturned. Tre Walker tackled him just short of the goal line, and K-State was able to run out the clock.
With the win, the Wildcats improved to 3-0 and picked up some respect around the country. After two so-so wins against below-average competition, they now have a big-time road win on their resume.