Saturday, September 17, 2011

KSU vs. Kent State - Football

     After a bye-week last Saturday, the K-State football team was back at it tonight at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. This week, the Wildcats hosted Kent State. Early in the first quarter a K-State defensive back returned an interception for a touchdown, and the route was on. The final score was, 37-0, in favor of Kansas State. A much improved team from two weeks ago, but next week will be a true test as the Wildcats travel to Florida to play the University of Miami. Below are few frames the game.

K-State quarterback, Collin Klein, runs for a long gain Saturday night against Kent State.
K-State defensive back, David Garrett, gets a hit on Kent State quarterback, Spencer Keith, during Saturday's game. Garrett intercepted one of Keith's passes earlier in the game and ran in back for the first touchdown of the game.
Wildcat quarterback, Collin Klein, rolls into the end zone for a touchdown during the first half of Saturday's game against Kent State.
K-State quarterback, Collin Klein, reacts after getting tripped up by a Kent State defender after breaking a long run.
Kansas State Athletic Director, John Currie, fields questions from media in the press box at Bill Snyder Family Stadium during halftime of Saturday's game against Kent State. A majority of the questions asked revolved around Currie's thoughts on the life of the Big 12 Conference.

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