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K-State defense: Bend but don’t Break

K-State’s defense is a key for them in the Big 12, plus a look at Collin Klein KSU’s QB coach, Tyler Mitchell’s play on the o-line, and a soccer exhibition

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The countdown continues with only 24 days until K-State football takes the gridiron. That means Dylan Wentzel steps up as #24 for Kansas State in BracketCats slog through the roster.


Kansas State is ranked 19th in Sports Illustrated top 25, with SI saying the ‘Cats “Don’t give up big plays”. (Sports Illustrated)

Collin Klein will always be remembers as one of the greatest QB’s to ever lead the Wildcats, but he still can’t believe he’s back with the Wildcats as their QB coach. (Chris Lilly, WIBW)

Everyone knows about Scott Frantz. From handling first overall pick Myles Garrett in the Texas bowl to his announcement recently that he’s gay, Frantz has gotten more exposure than most of his fellow linemen. For good reason. Frantz started every single game as a freshman, while fellow freshman and linemate Tyler Mitchell had a bumpier road to the starting left guard position. (Ken Corbitt, Capital Journal)


Tomorrow, K-State will travel to Wildcat00’s neck of the woods to face the University of Minnesota at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium for a pre-season exhibition match. Kickoff is set for 7 pm, GOTZ. (