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5 hrs ago | Washington Times
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder gripped the podium, stared into a row of television cameras and offered a sobering assessment of his team's performance.
8 hrs ago | The Capital-Journal
On a night when a Stephen F. Austin player was penalized for shushing the crowd at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Kansas State fans couldn't help but notice how quiet All-American Tyler Lockett was.
Senior DeMarcus Robinson is the only RB on the team who has carried the ball in a game - just 11 times ever.
Kansas State linebacker Will Davis is set to start at middle linebacker for the Wild cats this Saturday against Stephen F. Austin.
Nobody knows that better than his son, Tyler, who is on the verge of stepping out of that shadow and creating one of his own.
State's opener against Stephen F. Austin is just days away. BOTC previews the Wildcat quarterbacks, a task that, unfortunately, became a lot easier in May. Last season, junior college transfer Jake Waters started all 13 games for K-State.
Kansas State flopped in its season-opener a year ago, losing to eventual FCS national champ North Dakota State.
Imagine if the following had happened over the past 25 years Bill Snyder was in town and doing his thing at Kansas State: a- What if Jim Epps had not thumbed through the Iowa media guide and found a bio of an offensive coordinator named Bill Snyder? That was how it all started.
Tyler Lockett needs a new running mate after the graduation of Tramaine Thompson.
The thirst Kansas State built up during the long drought of bowl game losses was finally quenched on a trip to the desert.
"Right after the game,'' recalled quarterback Daniel Sams, "I was saying, 'Lockett, you can leave if you want to.'
Since converting to the spread offense under Mike Leach in 2000, Tech has averaged 40.6 points per game over the course of 14 season openers.
He did some work with the scout team, even occasionally lining up as a "Wildcat" quarterback, but was held out of the 11-on-11 period.
The highly-anticipated 2014 season gets underway for the Kansas State Wildcats, as they kick things off on Saturday with a home date against the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks.
Kansas State running back John Hubert runs into the end zone to score a touchdown during the second half of the Wildcats' 42-24 victory on Dec. 1, 2012.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 11:28 pm
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