MANHATTAN, Kan. (KWTX) Charlie Brewer passed for 230 yards and one touchdown, John Lovett rushed for two touchdowns, and the Baylor defense registered six sacks in the Bears' 31-12 win over the Kansas State Wildcats Saturday.
Baylor (5-0) trailed 3-0 after one quarter but took a 10-3 lead into halftime after a 36-yard field goal from John Mayers and Brewer's 29-yard touchdown pass to Tyquan Thornton, who followed up a career-high 141 receiving-yard effort against Iowa State with 92 more against the Wildcats.
Lovett's 13-yard touchdown run extended the Bears' lead to 17-3 in the third quarter.
Kansas State (3-2, 0-2 Big 12) added another Blake Lynch field goal late in the third to cut the deficit to 17-6.
After Grayland Arnold's interception return for a touchdown was brought back to the Baylor 37-yard line after a penalty during the return, Brewer left the game during the ensuing drive after taking a hard hit.
Bears backup quarterback Gerry Bohanon finished off the drive with a 4-yard touchdown run, one play after he and R.J. Sneed converted a 3rd-and-22 play for 38 yards.
K-State tacked on its first touchdown in the fourth, but Baylor put it out of reach on Lovett's second touchdown of the game -- a 46-yard run off left tackle.
Baylor will host Texas Tech for Homecoming Sat., Oct. 12, at 3 p.m. Baylor Gameday will air on KWTX-CBS at 1 p.m.