MANHATTAN, Kansas (Ticker) -- Marc Dunn threw three touchdown passes as Kansas State amassed 485 total yards in a 68-0 rout of Louisiana-Monroe.
Dunn completed just 7-of-10 passes for 147 yards, but had TD strikes of 17 and 51 yards in the first quarter, when the Wildcats took a 28-0 lead.
Kansas State had 242 yards at halftime while limiting Louisiana-Monroe to 38.
Special teams also played a role for Kansas State (2-0) as Terrence Newman scored on a 40-yard punt return on the final play of the first quarter. In the third, Danny Morris brought back a blocked punt 16 yards to make it 34-0.
Newman's punt return came after the Indians were penalized for intentional grounding.
It was the most lopsided defeat for Louisiana-Monroe (0-2) since returning to Division I-A in 1994.
Despite the blowout, the Wildcats' leading rusher was Daniel Davis, who carried 11 times for 64 yards. Kansas State accumulated 222 passing yards, but no player had more than three catches.