December 28, 2016
2016 AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl
Final: Kansas State 33, Texas A&M 28.
In the end, Bill Snyder got a shower of confetti rather than Gatorade from the sideline bucket. For Kansas State’s 77-year-old coach, it was the perfect capper to a fun night in Houston. The Wildcats used Jesse Ertz’s dual-threat skills and came up with big defensive plays when they had to, taking a 33-28 Texas Bowl win over Texas A&M.
K-State finished the season on a four-game win streak and improved to 9-4, while A&M fell to 8-5, losing five of its final seven games. But it wasn’t over until the Wildcats stopped A&M inside its 20 with under three minutes to play, ruining a strong effort from Josh Reynolds, who caught 12 passes for 154 yards and two scores in his final collegiate game. K-State’s collection of big offensive plays were just too much.
By: Bleacher Report