Kansas State abandons pass, turning offense one-dimensional
October 4, 2017
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — The number of times Kansas State threw the ball in the second half of the victory over Baylor last week could be counted on the right hand of quarterback Jesse Ertz.
Five times. That's it.
Part of it was due to the score, with the Wildcats building an early lead and then trying to control the second half in their 33-20 victory over the Bears. But part of it was ongoing trouble in the Kansas State passing attack, which first surfaced against Charlotte, reached a nadir in a humiliating loss at Vanderbilt, and didn't get a whole lot better in the Wildcats' Big 12 opene...