MANHATTAN, KS. (KSNT)- K-State football lost to Tulane in Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Saturday.

The Wildcats struggled to generate much offense all game and wound up on the wrong end of a 17-10 finish. The game was tied 10-10 at halftime and the ‘Cats failed to score the entire second half.

Tulane scored to take the lead with 2:18 left in the fourth quarter. K-State’s lone touchdown came on a pass from Adrian Martinez to Kade Warner in the second quarter.

Tulane converted a huge fourth down in the final two minutes of the game to secure the win. K-State quarterback Adrian Martinez finished 21-for-31 with 150 passing yards and one touchdown. Deuce Vaughn ran for 81 yards on 20 carries. Martinez added 59 rushing yards, too.

Daniel Green and Kobe Savage both had interceptions for the second straight week. Malik Knowles, Kade Warner and Deuce Vaughn made up nearly all of K-State’s receiving game. Knowles had 52 receiving yards on 5 catches. Warner had 46 yards on four receptions and Vaughn had 30 receiving yards on eight catches.

K-State falls to 2-1 with the loss and will play at Oklahoma next weekend.