Making his first career start, Wildcat QB Joe Hubener threw for over 200 yards and made key plays for the Wildcats as they get their first ever win in the Alamodome and first win in a dome since 1993 by defeating UTSA 30-3.
Alongside Hubener was redshirt freshman Winston Dimel who scored a rushing touchdown from 1 yard out late in the fourth quarter. However, it was a 53 yard pass from Hubener to Dimel that was the highlight of both of their days.
In addition to Hubener and Dimel, the Wildcats received contributions from other skilled players as well. Justin Silmon and Dalvin Warmack combined for 80 yards on the ground and a touchdown from Silmon, early in the 4th quarter.
Kansas State also got some help in the kicking game from Anthony Cantele who was inserted into the game for injured kicker Matthew McCrane. Cantele made field goals from 29, 27 and 21 yards in the victory.
On defense, the Wildcats allowed their first points of the season coming off of a 51 yard field goal by Roadrunner kicker Daniel Portillo. The Wildcats have yet to allow a touchdown in the 2015 season.
Up next for the Wildcats is a match-up against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.