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  Joshua Youngblood's longest run on Saturday night was the longest possible, 100 yards. Skylar Thompson's was 17. Both runs played huge roles in Kansas State's win over Texas Tech. Youngblood raced from end zone to end zone for a kickoff-return touchdown and Thompson ran for a key first down in the closing minutes as the Wildcats held off the Red Raiders 30-27. Thompson passed for 246 yards and two touchdowns. Blake Lynch kicked two 32-yard field goals and a 43-yarder for Kansas State (7-4, 4-4 Big 12), which snapped a two-game losing streak. Youngblood fielded the kickoff one yard deep in the end zone midway through the third quarter, ran up the right side and covered the final 40 yards running just inches inside the right sideline, eluding multiple defenders. Kansas State was protecting a 3-point lead with three minutes to play when Thompson dropped back on third-and-11 at K-State's 24-yard line, and took a quarterback draw for 17 yards toward midfield with Tech double teaming the Wildcats' top receiver, Dalton Schoen. Kansas State converted one more first down to clinch the win. - Kansas State/AP College Football

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