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No. 23 Mountaineers fends off K-State late

West Virginia quarterback Will Grier runs under pressure from Kansas State linebacker Trent Tanking during an NCAA football game, Saturday, in Manhattan.

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MANHATTAN (AP) — Will Grier scrambled to his right and then retreated to his left, time ticking off the clock in the first half and No. 23 West Virginia seemingly content to take a one-point lead over Kansas State into halftime.
Then Grier unloaded a pass toward the end zone.
Ka’Raun White never had to move to haul in his second touchdown reception.
The half-ending score, after a crippling interception thrown by Skylar Thompson, gave the Mountaineers a lift going into the break. And their defense did the rest in the second half, holding on to escape with a 28-23 ...


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