MANHATTAN — Kansas State coach Bill Snyder admits he has impossible standards with constant room for improvement, but “the foundation for improvement is there” as his football team works through a bye week.“They know I always expect more,” Snyder said Tuesday at his weekly media session. “Granted, you can run into some difficulty with that because it’s ‘the man will never be satisfied.’ But I tell the players, why would you go out and spend all that time and work so hard to stay the same? That doesn’t make any sense to me, so I think you would want to improve yourself.”
Injuries and depth are a concern for every football coach, and it’s an issue Kansas State is dealing with two games into the season.Wildcats offensive guard Boston Stiverson has yet to play due to a preseason injury, although he was in uniform for last Saturday’s 30-3 win at UTSA.In the opening game against South Dakota, quarterback Jesse Ertz sustained a season-ending knee injury on the first snap and senior strong safety Dante Barnett left late in the first half with an injury believed to be to his shoulder or collarbone.
Topeka Capital Journal K-State football gets a boost from newcomers Topeka Capital Journal MANHATTAN — Whether by design or out of necessity, Kansas State had a youth movement in its season-opening football game Saturday.
Secondary takes lead role on K-State defense Topeka Capital Journal “He has made consistent, confident growth throughout his time,” K-State coach Bill Snyder said of Barnett. “He has developed a confidence, which I like as well.
Joe Hubener never started at quarterback as a college or high school player, until the junior opened the game for Kansas State on Saturday against Texas-San Antonio. Hubener admitted to some nerves but was focused and played well in a 30-3 victory.
K-State notebook: Glenn Gronkowski, Winston Dimel competing at fullback Topeka Capital Journal “Winston has played, performed and prepared extremely well,” coach Bill Snyder said of the son of Wildcats co-offensive coordinator Dana Dimel.
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