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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