The defending Big 12 champions opened their doors to the media on Monday after three practices in fall camp.
K-State must replace a Heisman finalist in former quarterback Collin Klein, as well as nine starters on defense. As for the quarterbacks, it doesn’t appear either Daniel Sams or Jake Waters has jumped ahead of the other.
“I’m not able to tell you anything differently than what I did out of spring practice,” head coach Bill Snyder said. “I think both of them are being very competitive and both of them are working extremely diligently. Both of them are providing quality leadership, that’s part of it too.”
The defensive line lost all four starters from the final depth chart of 2012, and those open spots have a host of candidates ready to step in.
“Those probably have become the most competitive segment of our defense,” Snyder said. “We could draw from maybe ten names to find the starting four.”
K-State is under four weeks away from the season opener against North Dakota State. The Cats kick off under the lights on Friday, August 30th in Manhattan against the Bison.
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