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Bill Snyder Joins Twitter!

Plus more recap and breakdowns from the Spring Game.

I doubt you see him tweet on the sidelines.
I doubt you see him tweet on the sidelines.
Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports

While who will play QB is the questions everyone wants answers too, a more important question might be Who will step up at Wide Receiver? The Spring Game may have provided an answer as young receivers Byron Pringle, Denzel Goolsby, and Corey Sutton all shined during the game. (Ken Coribtt, Capital Journal)

Clearly the biggest news of the day, yesterday, was Bill Snyder finally joining twitter. (JJ Stankevitz, NBCSports)

With the Spring Game in the books, it is time for the W.A.G's to come out regarding K-State's depth chart. Jake Trotter is pretty good with his W.A.G.'s so you should pay attention to his breakdown of K-State's two deep following the Spring Game. (Jake Trotter,

After being sidelined for nearly all of the 2015 Season, Dante Barnett is excited about the opportunity for a do-over this season. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)

Spring Games don't usually tell you a ton about a football team, but the wide outs looked much better than at any point last season (including the spring game). And that's just one of the five takeaways from this years Purple-White Game. (Timothy Everson, The Collegian)

Tyler Moore has been the standout player for this season's BatCat's squad. Moore has played so well that he is one of 13 players on the Johnny Bench Award watch list, which is awarded to the nations best collegiate cather. (Kellis Robinett, Wichita Eagle)