Kansas State returned two kicks for touchdowns and an interception return for another score propelling the Wildcats to a 41-21 win over the seventh-ranked Texas Longhorns. It's the worst home defeat in 10 years under coach Mack Brown.
Linebacker Ian Campbell scored on a 41-yard interception return in the second quarter. James Johnson took a kickoff 85 yards for a 21-14 lead moments after Texas had tied the score.
Jordy Nelson's 89-yard punt return in the third put the Wildcats up 34-21 and all but sealed their second straight victory over Texas.
Kansas State is 3-and-1. K-State scored on its opening drive, then didn't need another offensive touchdown until the fourth quarter. The Wildcats put up the most points scored against Texas in Austin since 1997, the Longhorns' infamous "Rout 66" loss to UCLA, 66-3.
Kansas State beat Texas last season 45-42.