September 18, 2010
Coffman comes through on the ground
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- For a team in possession of one of the nation's very best running backs and a group of large and speedy wide receivers that have looked like legitimate weapons, the weak point was obvious and the question has been asked
over and over. What if Kansas State had a faster, stronger, more athletic option at the quarterback position? Well, for parts of Saturday afternoon's win over Iowa State, it did.
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