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Jesse Ertz is the Difference Maker for Kansas State.

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K-State’s offense lives and dies by Jesse Ertz, and if he continues his hot play look for Kansas State to finish the year very strong.

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Football

Not much action yesterday at BotC’s world headquarter’s so let’s get right to the actions. With the win on Saturday Kansas State positioned itself nicely to secure it’s seventh-straight bowl trip. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)

K-State has a QB who can run the ball, who’d a thunk it? Well appartently, not Texas as Senior Safety Dylan Haines said they “maybe overlooked...his ability to run” heading into the game. (Wescott Eberts, Burnt Orange Nation)

A win this past Saturday also helped K-State secure either a 2:30 pm or a 6 pm kickoff against Oklahoma State. Hopefully both K-State and Okie Light can get a win this week, because I rather enjoy those late night kicks. (Kstatesports.com)

DE Jordan Willis has been dominate on the defensive line for the Wildcats, and following his performance against Texas, Willis was awarded the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week. (WIBW.com)

Injuries have slowed his adjustment, but Jesse Ertz is finally settling into his own, according to fellow Wildcat teammates. (Derek Smith, Junction City Daily Union)

Soccer

Even thought the final game of the season ended in a disappointing loss, Kansas State players and coaches are choosing to focus on the positives of an inaugural season that saw the Wildcats finish with a 4-9-3 record. (Shelton Burch, The Collegian)

Misc.

The list of possible successors to Kirk Shulz has been narrowed from an initial applicant pool of 81 down to 15, with the Board of Regents hoping to make a final decision by Thanksgiving at the latest. (WIBW.com via AP)