Miami Hurricanes vs. Kansas State - By the Numbers
1 - Time Miami and Kansas State have ever met. The Wildcats won that 2011 game by a final score of 28-24.
14 - Hurricanes’ freshmen that appeared in their first college football game in the team’s season opener at Boston College, 12 of which were true freshmen.
28 - Completed passes by junior quarterback Stephen Morris against Boston College, a career-high.
35 - Points scored by Kansas State in the final quarter of their season-opening win against Missouri State.
41 - Points scored by Miami against Boston College, the most points by a Hurricanes team against an FBS school in a season-opener since beating Louisiana Tech 48-9 in 2003.
63 - Non-conference games out of 70 won by Kansas State since 1990, good for a .900 winning percentage.
82 - Non-offensive touchdowns scored by Kansas State since 1999, which ties Virginia Tech for the most in the country. WR Tramaine Thompson returned a punt 89 yards for a touchdown against Missouri State last week.
135 - Rushing yards by freshman Duke Johnson against Boston College, the most for a UM true freshman since Javarris James ran for 148 yards in 2006.
191 - Straight games in which the Wildcats have tallied points. They have not been shut out since a loss to Colorado on November 16th, 1996.
324 - Rushing yards by Kansas State in its season-opening win over Missouri State.
list compiled by: Darci Miller