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LaQuvionte Gonzalez tops ratings in 34-19 loss to Kansas State

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Kansas wide receiver LaQuvionte Gonzalez (1) tries to shake Kansas State defensive back Dante Barnett (22) during the fourth quarter, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016 at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.

Kansas wide receiver LaQuvionte Gonzalez (1) tries to shake Kansas State defensive back Dante Barnett (22) during the fourth quarter, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016 at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. by Nick Krug

1 - LaQuvionte Gonzalez: Showcased his impressive speed by getting behind the defense, catching Carter Stanley’s beautiful throw at the KU 44, racing along the right sideline until darting left for the final yards to the end zone. Targeted five times, he caught five passes for 127 yards.

2 - Carter Stanley: Started game in rough fashion with two first-half interceptions, but finished with a pair of second-half touchdown passes, the first a 95-yard TD on which Stanley, throwing from the end zone, hit Gonzalez in stride at KU’s 44. For the day, Stanley completed 24 of 44 passes for 302 yards with two picks and two touchdowns. He also rushed for 52 yards, including a 36-yard gain.

3 - Michael Zunica: More than just a blocker, Zunica covered the final 21 yards of fourth-quarter scoring drive in receptions, the second for a touchdown.

4 - Courtney Arnick: Broke through for KU’s lone sack and forced a fumble in the final game of a solid career.

5 - Mike Lee: Beaten on some plays, he came from out of nowhere to make stops on others. His physical tackling and aggressive style made the true freshman one of the highlights of the 2016 season. Had nine solo tackles.

6 - Dorance Armstrong: When he was lined up on the right side, which was most of the time, K-State right tackle Dalton Risner did a terrific job on him and had help from the tight end. Still, Armstrong was able to make five solo tackles, three for a loss, and was in on another.

7 - Tyler Patrick: Caught three passes for 64 yards.

8 - Fish Smithson: Finished strong career with 11 solo tackles and a pass-breakup that almost was an interception.

9 - Damani Mosby: had three solo tackles, two of them behind the line of scrimmage during an active, physical afternoon.

10 - Matthew Wyman: Booted field goals of 34 and 44 yards and executed successful onside kickoff.

SEASON STANDINGS:

1 - Dorance Armstrong - 77
2 - Steven Sims Jr. – 56
3 - Fish Smithson - 52
4 - LaQuvionte Gonzalez – 44
5 - Daniel Wise – 42
6 - Ke'aun Kinner - 37
6 - Courtney Arnick – 37
8 - Marcquis Roberts - 32
9 - Brandon Stewart - 28
10 - Carter Stanley - 25
11 - Mike Lee - 23
12 - Khalil Herbert - 19
13 - Taylor Martin - 18
14 - Damani Mosby – 17
15 - Keith Loneker Jr. - 16
15 - Tevin Shaw - 16
17 - Montell Cozart – 13
17 - Michael Zunica - 13
19 - Bazie Bates IV – 10
19 - Cameron Rosser - 10
21 - Ben Johnson - 9
22 - Tyler Patrick – 8
23 - Shakiem Barbel - 7
24 - Ryan Willis – 6
24 - Jeremiah Booker - 6
26 - DeeIsaac Davis - 5
26 - Joe Dineen Jr. - 5
28 - Anthony Olobia - 4
28 - Isaiah Bean - 4
30 - Cameron Rosser - 3
30 - Denzel Feaster - 3
30 - Matthew Wyman - 3
34 - Greg Allen - 2
34 - Osaze Ogebor - 2
34 - Joe Gibson - 2
34 - D'Andre Banks - 2
38 - Cole Moos - 1
38 - Joe Gibson -1
38 - Chevy Graham – 1
38 - Isi Holani - 1

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