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Kansas State pulls out win in fourth quarter — again

Kansas State wide receiver Brodrick Smith (5) is chased by Central Florida defensive back Reggie Weams (40) during the second quarter of an NCAA football game Saturday in Manhattan.

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MANHATTAN — Kansas State must like living on the edge.
For the second straight game, Kansas State had to rally in the fourth quarter to stay unbeaten.
This time, it was quarterback Carson Coffman scoring on a 7-yard keeper on second-and-goal with 24 seconds left in regulation to lift Kansas State (4-0) past Central Florida, 17-13, Saturday afternoon at sold-out Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Last week, the Wildcats, trailing Iowa State 20-17, scored 10 unanswered points in the final six minutes, 47 seconds to win 27-20 in Big 12 Conference-opening play at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
Trailing Central Florida ...

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