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Kansas State hopes to wear down FAU

The Wildcats hope to wear down FAU with their rushing attack, while the Volleyball team extended their win streak.

NCAA Football: Kansas State at Stanford Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

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Football

Most football players dedicate the upcoming game to someone special. Reggie Walker has dedicated this season to his father. (Derek Smith, Junction City Union)

The FAU Owls rush defense “got worn down” in the second half against Miami, so be on the look out for Kansas State to continue to pound the rock this weekend. (Matthew DeFranks, Sun Sentinel)

A senior led secondary helped FAU limit Miami’s passing attack, and will look to feast on the inexperienced QB play of Kansas State. (Matthew DeFranks, Sun Sentinel)

One of the biggest areas for improvement for Kansas State is in the play of the young offensive line. The line features the lease experience for a starting unit since 1990. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)

The sting of losing to Stanford is still strong, especially with a bye week in between games. That sting should prove an excellent motivator for this Saturday’s game against the FAU Owls. (Kellis Robinett, KC Star)

Bill Snyder is excited about playing at home in his weekly press conference. (Kstatesports.com)

Golf

The women’s golf team wrapped up their first event on Tuesday finishing in 10th place at the Minnesota Invitational. (Kstatesports.com)

The men’s team also wrapped up their first event on Tuesday finishing 8th at the Badger Invitational. Sophomore golfer Jeremy Gandon led the squad with a 54-hole score of 6-under good for a tie for third place in the individual standings. (Kstatesports.com)

Volleyball

The volleyball team continued their early season dominance, running their current win streak to six games after defeating the Creighton Blue Jays 3-1 in last nights match. (Kstatesports.com)