MANHATTAN, Kan. (CBSMiami) — On Saturday, Kansas State hurled the Hurricanes up and down the field.

The Wildcats bullied the Hurricanes up and down the field at Bill Snyder Stadium, as purple power prevailed 52-13 on a gorgeous football day in the Midwest.

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CBS4 news partner The Miami Herald reports No. 21 Kansas State earned its 20th consecutive victory at home against an unranked, nonconference opponent.

For Miami, it was back to reality – a harsh reality.

The Canes (0-2) have lost 11 of their past 12 road games against Top 25 opponents.

Unlike in their season opening victory the previous weekend, the Hurricanes would not come close to making a comeback after falling behind 14-0.

With 10:56 left in the game, Kansas led 45-6.

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After one quarter it was 14-3, Wildcats.

At halftime, KSU led 24-6.

Collin Klein, who dominated the Hurricanes in 2011, did it again Saturday – with his legs and arm.

With 9:10 left, Klein had completed 9 of 11 passes for 210 yards and one touchdown, with one interception. He had rushed 22 times for 71 yards and three touchdowns.

With 10:51 left, Miami had given up five rushing touchdowns for the first time since Nov. 28, 1998, a 66-13 loss at Syracuse.

UM’s first six points came on two field goals by Jake Wieclaw – a 32-yarder with 11 seconds left in the first quarter and a 27-yarder to end the first half.

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