K-State quarterback Joe Hubener (8) started the game for K-State and finished the game, stepping out for K-State wide receiver Kody Cook (19) who came in mid game. (Oct 17, 2015)
K-State quarterback Joe Hubener (8) started the game for K-State and finished the game, stepping out for K-State wide receiver Kody Cook (19) who came in mid game. (Oct 17, 2015) Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
K-State quarterback Joe Hubener (8) started the game for K-State and finished the game, stepping out for K-State wide receiver Kody Cook (19) who came in mid game. (Oct 17, 2015) Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
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