Days after Kansas State Wildcats safety Kendall Adams scooped up a fumble from Vanderbilt Commodores quarterback Kyle Shurmur and ran untouched into the end zone for what was originally ruled a touchdown, Bill Snyder remains unclear on why officials changed the play after a video review.
Kansas State lost to Vanderbilt, but the season is far from over. K-State still expects to contend with Oklahoma and Oklahoma State for a Big 12 championship. A bye week followed by a home game against winless Baylor gives the Wildcats an opportunity to get right.
How long does it take a college football player to get used to the attention and responsibilities that go along with being a first-time starter? Kansas State center Adam Holtorf thinks he knows the answer: two games.
You’ve got Kansas State questions. Beat writer Kellis Robinett has answers. This week’s edition of K-State Q&A is loaded with fun topics, including Vanderbilt, Elijah Sullivan and fans traveling to Nashville.
Kansas State’s Jesse Ertz and Vanderbilt’s Kyle Shurmur are two of the hottest quarterbacks in college football. Both are averaging more than 10 yards per attempt, both are completing more than 70 percent of their passes, and neither has thrown an interception.