DJ Giddens had a career day for the Wildcats, as Kansas State took care of business in their conference opener.
KSU defeated the UCF Golden Knights by a final score of 44-31, with Giddens running for 207 yards and four touchdowns.
Quarterback Will Howard battled injury and still managed to throw for 255 yards on the game. The Wildcats rushing game was dominant, running for 281 yards and six rushing touchdowns.
Kansas State is 3-1 on the season, avenging last week's loss to Missouri, and will enter the bye week with momentum. KSU travels to Stillwater to play Oklahoma State next Friday.