Kansas State football fans will get their first, and only, preview of the Wildcats today in Manhattan. Starting at 5 p.m., the public will be allowed inside Snyder Family Stadium to watch the team practice for one hour. K-State usually spends most of that time spread across the field running position drills. But last year, some scrimmages took place. At the conclusion of practice, coach Bill Snyder and select players will address the crowd and sign autographs.
What to bring: Autograph seekers will want to bring a marker and anything they want signed. Players will be available for autographs immediately following the conclusion of practice, with Snyder staying after the players head to the locker room. Traditionally, Snyder stays on the field until every autograph request has been fulfilled.
Things to watch: At the least, there should be 7-on-7 passing drills. That will give fans the chance to see how K-State's quarterbacks and wide receivers are progressing. Carson Coffman, Collin Klein and Sammuel Lamur are in a three-way competition for the starting quarterback job. Last year, Coffman threw the most passes during Fan Appreciation Day and went on to win a similar competition against Grant Gregory.