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2010 SPRING FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS

CONTENTS

2010 COACHING STAFF

INTRODUCTION Coaching Staff..........................................................................................................................1 Quick Facts/Schedules ............................................................................................................2 Media Information/Kansas State Sports Information ................................................................3

BILL SNYDER Head Coach, 19th Season Career Record: 142-74-1 Kansas State Record: Same Conference Record: 57-31

Coaches Intro

SPRING FOOTBALL 2010 Spring Rosters ......................................................................................................................4-5 Personnel Picture......................................................................................................................6 Spring Preview..........................................................................................................................7

KEITH BURNS Assistant Coach/Secondary First Season at K-State

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Bill Snyder ..........................................................................................................10 Assistant Coaches..................................................................................................................14

JOE BOB CLEMENTS Assistant Coach/Defensive Ends Ninth Season at K-State

THE WILDCATS Player Profiles ........................................................................................................................17

CHRIS COSH Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Fourth Season at K-State

2009 IN REVIEW 2009 Final Statistics ..............................................................................................................35 2009 Game-By-Game Recaps ................................................................................................45 2009 Big 12 Final Standings/Statistics ..................................................................................57 2009 All-Big 12 Teams ..........................................................................................................62

CHARLIE DICKEY Assistant Coach/Offensive Line Second Season at K-State DANA DIMEL Co-Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs 13th Season at K-State MO LATIMORE Assistant Coach/Interior Defensive Line 27th Season at K-State

CREDITS Editor Assistant Editors

Kenny Lannou, Sports Information Director Ryan Lackey, Randy Peterson Assistant Directors Brent Fritzemeier, Jeremy Holaday, Jim Banks, Zach Zaborny, Chris Newton Layout and Design Kenny Lannou, Sports Information Director Cover Design Ron Cook, Athletics Graphic Designer Photography Scott Weaver, Pete Aiken John Labarge, Larry Smith

The 2010 Kansas State Football Spring Prospectus is a product of the Kansas State Athletics Department.

DEL MILLER Co-Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 14th Season at K-State RICKY RAHNE Assistant Coach/Tight Ends Fifth Season at K-State MICHAEL SMITH Assistant Coach/Wide Receivers 14th Season at K-State

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2010 SPRING FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS

QUICK FACTS

2010 SCHEDULE

UNIVERSITY Location..................................................................................................Manhattan, KS 66502 Founded............................................................................................................................1863 Enrollment ....................................................................................................................23,581 Conference......................................................................................................................Big 12 Nickname ....................................................................................................................Wildcats Colors ..........................................................................................Purple (PMS 526) and White Stadium ..........................................................................................Bill Snyder Family Stadium Capacity ........................................................................................................................50,000 Year Opened ........................................................................................1968 (as KSU Stadium) Playing Surface ................................................................................................FieldTurf (2002) Fight Song ..........................................................................................................Wildcat Victory

DATE Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 7 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27

FOOTBALL Head Coach..............................................................................................................Bill Snyder Career Record........................................................................142-74-1 (Entering 19th season) 2009 Record........................................................................................................................6-6 Big 12 Record/Finish ........................................................................................4-4/t2nd North Lettermen Returning (o/d/s)..................................................................................41 (14/22/5) Lettermen Lost (o/d/s)............................................................................................22 (8/14/0) Starters Returning (o/d/s) ........................................................................................15 (5/7/3) Starters Lost (o/d/s) ................................................................................................10 (6/4/0) Base Offense ................................................................................................................Pro-Set Base Defense ..............................................................................................................Multiple ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION Athletics Director ........................................................................John Currie (Wake Forest ’93) Sr. Assoc. AD/Administration ....................................................Reid Sigmon (Wake Forest ’96) Sr. Assoc. AD/Facility Operations ........................................Charlie Thomas (South Florida ’81) Sr. Assoc. AD/Football Operations ............................................Sean Snyder (Kansas State ’94) Assoc. AD/Operations ..............................................................Casey Scott (Kansas State ’77) Assoc. AD/Compliance ............................................................Jamie Vaughn (Wayne State ’97) Assoc. AD/Capital Support ......................................................Laird Veatch (Kansas State ’95) Assoc. AD/Development ....................................................Chad Weiberg (Oklahoma State ’94) Asst. AD/Student Services ........................................................Jill Shields (Central Florida ’90) Asst. AD/Business ................................................................Stacy Martin (San Jose State ’02)

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OPPONENT UCLA Missouri State vs. Iowa State* (at Kansas City, Mo.) Central Florida Nebraska* (ESPN) at Kansas* at Baylor* Oklahoma State* Texas* at Missouri* at Colorado* at North Texas

Time TBA TBA TBA TBA 6:30 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

2009 RESULTS DATE Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 *Big 12 Conference game

OPPONENT Massachusetts at Louisiana (ESPN360) at UCLA (FSN) Tennessee Tech vs. Iowa State* (FCS) at Texas Tech* (FSN) Texas A&M* (FCS) Colorado* (FCS) at Oklahoma* (FSN) Kansas* (VERSUS) Missouri* (VERSUS) at Nebraska* (ESPN)

Time W, 21-17 L, 15-17 L, 9-23 W, 49-7 W, 24-23 L, 14-66 W, 62-14 W, 20-6 L, 30-42 W, 17-10 L, 12-38 L, 3-17

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MEDIA INFORMATION

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2010 TICKET INFORMATION

SPRING PRACTICE Kansas State will practice 14 times during the spring, not including the 2010 Purple and White Spring Game on Saturday, April 24. All practices, which begin March 31, will be closed to the media and the general public.

SEASON TICKETS (6 GAMES) Public Chairbacks..................................................................................$335 Public Bench..........................................................................................$300

MEDIA AVAILABILITY Kansas State will host several formal news conferences during the spring. K-State’s spring kickoff news conference will take place in the Big 8 Room of the Vanier Football Complex on Monday, April 5, from 12-1 p.m. Head Coach Bill Snyder will be available from 12-12:30 p.m. to the media. Access to requested players will be from 12:30-1 p.m. Snyder and requested players will then be available to meet with the media on Monday, April 12 and Monday, April 19, from 12-1 p.m., while Snyder will also be available on April 20 at 10:30 a.m. during the Big 12 Conference Spring Football Teleconference. Check with K-State Sports Information or the Big 12 Conference for more details.

Public North Endzone ............................................................................$199 Faculty/Staff Chairback ........................................................................$268 Faculty/Staff Bench ..............................................................................$241 Young Alumni ........................................................................................$180 K-State Students..........................................................................$330/$245 Endzone Fun Zone 4-Pack ................................................$599 (before 4/30) ....................................................................................$699 (beginning 5/1)

SPRING GAME The 2010 Kansas State spring football game will be held at Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Saturday, April 24, beginning at 6:10 p.m. Working media wishing to cover the game must fill out a Spring Game credential application form or submit an official request on letterhead to the K-State Sports Information Office no later than Monday, April 19.

SINGLE-GAME TICKETS UCLA (9/4) ..............................................................................................$55 Missouri State (9/11) ..............................................................................$35 vs. Iowa State - Arrowhead (9/18) ..........................$90, $60, $40, $25, $20 Central Florida (9/25) ..............................................................................$35 Nebraska (10/7) ......................................................................................$75 Oklahoma State (10/30) ..........................................................................$55 Texas (11/6) ............................................................................................$75

ROAD GAME TICKETS Kansas (10/16) ......................................................................................TBD Baylor (10/23) ........................................................................................$40 Missouri (11/13)......................................................................................$55 Colorado (11/20) ....................................................................................TBD North Texas (11/27) ................................................................................TBD

For more information on all ticket options, mini-packages, single-game discounts or to purchase 2010 Kansas State Football tickets, visit www.k-statesports.com or call 1-800-221-CATS.

KANSAS STATE SPORTS INFORMATION MAILING ADDRESS 1800 College Avenue Bramlage Coliseum, Suite 37 Manhattan, KS 66502 PHONE NUMBERS Sports Information Office ..................................785.532.6735 Sports Information Fax......................................785.532.6093 Dev Nelson Press Box ......................................785.539.3423

KENNY LANNOU

TOM GILBERT

RANDY PETERSON

Director

Assistant Director

Assistant Director

RYAN LACKEY

DAVID WIECHMANN Assistant Director

KELLY YODER

FOOTBALL CONTACTS Primary Contact ..................................Kenny Lannou, Director Office Phone ....................................................785.532.7977 Mobile Phone....................................................785.587.7867 E-Mail ........................................klannou@kstatesports.com Secondary ....................................Ryan Lackey, Asst. Director Office Phone ....................................................785.532.7708 Mobile Phone....................................................785.587.7865 E-Mail ..........................................rlackey@kstatesports.com Assistant Director

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NUMERICAL ROSTER ALPHABETICAL NO 2 2 3 4 5 6 8 8 9 9 10 10 12 12 13 14 14 15 16 17 17 18 18 19 19 21 21 22 22 23 24 25 26 27 27 28 28 29 30 30 31 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 37 38 39 40 40 41 41 42 43 43 44 45 46 46 47

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NAME Tysyn Hartman Stephen Johnson Chris Harper Billy Cosh Brodrick Smith Brandon Klimek Stephen Harrison Daniel Thomas Ryan Doerr Ryan Manes D.J. Fulhage Darius Johnson James French Collin Klein Sammuel Lamur Carson Coffman Evan Engwall Darious Thomas Ty Zimmerman Cole Bachamp George Pierson Anthony Cantele Andre McDonald Josh Cherry Devin Gfeller Troy Butler Frank Delarue Thomas Ferguson Zach McFall Emmanuel Lamur Dahrnaz Tigner Joseph Bonugli Jarell Childs Tim Flanders David Garrett Logan Dold Robert Rose Courtney Thompson Jay Hanley Drew Mueller Torell Miller Adam Repass-Orduna Roman Fields John Hubert Jordan Voelker Ian Peters Nick Briney Terrance Sweeney Braden Wilson Matthew Pearson Antoine Chillers Antonio Felder Rodney Kenner William Powell Charles Melton Corey Adams Marc St. Felix Jeremy Sutton Josh Berard Kevin Rohleder Prizell Brown Ben Kall Gabe Gantz

POS DB WR WR QB WR PK DB RB P QB P WR PK QB QB QB K DB QB WR P PK TE PK WR DB RB DB WR DB DB DB LB RB DB DB RB DB FB DB DB WR DB RB DE DB LB DB FB DB DB DE RB RB DB LS DB TE LB LB DL FB TE

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HT 6-3 5-9 6-1 6-1 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-4 5-9 6-5 5-8 6-5 6-4 6-3 5-10 5-11 6-1 5-11 5-11 5-11 6-8 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-7 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-1 5-9 5-7 6-0 5-4 5-9 6-3 5-9 6-2 5-4 5-10 5-7 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-8 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-2 5-9 5-9 6-0 6-4 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-5

WT 206 136 234 219 206 178 183 228 188 194 187 196 187 233 221 211 178 181 202 182 204 188 282 190 189 194 212 204 184 219 236 194 225 211 175 185 173 181 233 176 207 161 211 182 240 190 219 176 244 190 195 244 214 205 200 248 205 231 212 219 265 230 253

YR-EX Jr.-2L Fr.-RS So.-RS Fr.-HS So.-RS So.-SQ Sr.-1L Sr.-1L So.-1L Fr.-RS Sr.-2L Fr.-RS Fr.-RS So.-1L Jr.-RS Sr.-3L So.-TR So.-1L Fr.-HS Jr.-RS Sr.-1L So.-SQ Fr.-RS Sr.-3L Fr.-RS Sr.-1L Jr.-1L So.-1L So.-TR Jr.-1L Jr.-2L Fr.-HS So.-1L Fr.-RS Jr.-1L Jr.-2L Fr.-RS Fr.-HS So.-1L Fr.-RS So.-1L So.-SQ So.-RS Fr.-RS So.-TR So.-SQ So.-TR Sr.-1L So.-1L Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Sr.-2L Jr.-1L Sr.-SQ Fr.-RS Sr.-3L Jr.-SQ Jr.-RS Sr.-1L Sr.-3L Sr.-1L So.-1L Sr.-1L

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Wichita, Kan. (Kapaun Mt. Carmel) Fresno, Calif. (Buchanan) Wichita, Kan. (Oregon) Gambrills, Md. (Arundel) Garden City, Kan. (Minnesota) Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan) Dallas, Texas (Plano West) Hilliard, Fla. (NW Mississippi CC) Katy, Texas (South Carolina) Ellsworth, Kan. (Ellsworth) Beloit, Kan. (Beloit) Miami Gardens, Fla. (Miami Carol City) China Springs, Texas (China Springs) Loveland, Colo. (Loveland) West Palm Beach, Fla. (Joliet JC) Peculiar, Mo. (Raymore-Peculiar) Derby, Kan. (Derby) Dallas, Texas (Cedar Hill) Junction City, Kan. (Junction City) Manhattan, Kan. (Butler County CC) Arlington, Va. (Tyler JC) Wichita, Kan. (Kapaun Mt. Carmel) Choctaw, Okla. (Choctaw) McCook, Neb. (McCook) Lindsborg, Kan. (Smoky Valley) Waldorf, Md. (Antelope Valley CC) Wichita, Kan. (Kapaun Mt. Carmel) Grand Prairie, Texas (South) Manhattan, Kan. (Fort Scott CC) West Palm Beach, Fla. (Independence CC) Pompano Beach, Fla. (Ely) San Antonio, Texas (Warren) Kansas City, Mo. (Oak Park) Midwest City, Okla. (Midwest City) Cleveland, Ohio (Fort Scott CC) Garden Plain, Kan. (Garden Plain) Miami, Fla. (Miami Springs) Miramar, Fla. (Everglades) Steamboat Springs, Colo. (Steamboat Springs) Iola, Kan. (Iola) New Orleans, La. (O. Perry Walker) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley Northwest) Kansas City, Kan. (Christ Prep Academy) Waco, Texas (Midway) Newton, Kan. (Butler CC) Scandia, Kan. (Pike Valley) Dodge City, Kan. (Coffeyville CC) Houston, Texas (Blinn College) Smith Center, Kan. (Smith Center) Wichita, Kan. (Hutchinson CC) St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood East) Warner Robins, Ga. (Butler County CC) Olathe, Kan. (Northwest) Duncanville, Texas (Navarro College) Manhattan, Kan. (Manhattan) Monument, Colo. (Lewis-Palmer) Miami, Fla. (Edison) Welda, Kan. (Fort Scott CC) Redondo Beach, Calif. (El Camino CC) Wichita, Kan. (Bishop Carroll) Houston, Texas (Blinn College) Rochester, Minn. (John Marshall) Perry, Kan. (Perry-Lecompton)

NO 42 76 75 17 44 25 99 36 98 46 58 21 18 19 26 39 14 68 4 21 9 28 71 51 72 14 73 40 22 32 27 77 12 4 47 27 19 83 94 49 44 70 91 3 8 2 63 59 82 56 33 10 2 46 59 40 95 96 12 6 52 23 13

NAME Corey Adams Jordan Allred Clyde Aufner Cole Bachamp Josh Berard Joseph Bonugli Javonta Boyd Nick Briney Kyle Brown Prizell Brown Clarence Bumpas Troy Butler Anthony Cantele Josh Cherry Jarell Childs Antoine Chillers Carson Coffman William Cooper Billy Cosh Frank Delarue Ryan Doerr Logan Dold Ethan Douglas Laton Dowling Kaleb Drinkgern Evan Engwall Oladipo Fajimolu Antonio Felder Thomas Ferguson Roman Fields Timothy Flanders Colten Freeze James French D.J. Fulhage Gabe Gantz David Garrett Devin Gfeller Taylor Godinet Raphael Guidry Lucas Hamm Jay Hanley Zach Hanson Brandon Harold Chris Harper Stephen Harrison Tysyn Hartman Marcus Heit Brian Hertzog Adrian Hilburn Alex Hrebec John Hubert Darious Johnson Stephen Johnson Ben Kall Zach Kendall Rodney Kenner Ray Kibble Payton Kirk Collin Klein Brandon Klimek Taylor Kuhlman Emmanuel Lamur Sammuel Lamur

POS LS OL OL WR LB DB DL LB DL DL LB DB P/K K LB DB QB OL QB RB P/K RB OL DL OL K DL DE DB DB RB OL K P TE DB WR DE DT FB/TE FB OL DE WR DB DB OL LB WR LB RB WR WR LB OL RB DL DE QB PK LB DB QB

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NUMERICAL ROSTER NO 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 59 60 62 63 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 82 83 84 85 86 87 89 91 92 94 95 96 98 99

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NAME Jared Loomis Jarett Wright Lucas Hamm Cody Marley Laton Dowling Taylor Kuhlman Blake Slaughter Trevor Viers Kadero Terrell Alex Hrebec Grant Valentine Clarence Bumpas Brian Hertzog Zach Kendall Dustin Sobieraj Logan Wiltfong Marcus Heit Kenneth Mayfield William Cooper Nick Ward Zach Hanson Ethan Douglas Kaleb Drinkgern Oladipo Fajimolu Tomasi Mariner Wade Weibert Clyde Aufner Jordan Allred Colten Freeze Cornelius Lucas Keenan Taylor Travis Tannahill Adrian Hilburn Taylor Godinet Gage McKinnis Zach Trujillo Tramaine Thompson Sheldon Smith Aubrey Quarles Brandon Harold Josh Sutton Raphael Guidry Ray Kibble Payton Kirk Kyle Brown Javonta Boyd

POS LB LB FB LB DL LB LB OL LB LB DE LB LB OL DT DL LS OL OL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL TE WR DE WR TE WR WR WR DE DL DT DL DE DE DL

HT 6-0 5-11 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-4 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-1 6-8 6-6 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-2 6-4 6-8 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-2 5-7 6-4 5-7 5-11 5-11 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-1 6-2

WT 216 224 229 230 231 206 225 297 237 251 224 226 205 312 239 269 228 338 269 276 313 295 283 252 311 303 300 300 300 312 278 254 195 231 185 240 165 180 202 264 250 279 296 264 247 288

YR-EX So.-TR Sr.-TR Sr.-SQ Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-RS So.-1L Sr.-2L Jr.-RS Jr.-2L Sr.-1L Fr.-RS Jr.-1L Sr.-2L Jr.-SQ Fr.-RS Fr.-RS Sr.-2L Fr.-RS Jr.-SQ Jr.-1L So.-SQ Jr.-1L Jr.-RS Fr.-HS Sr.-1L Jr.-2L So.-TR Jr.-2L Fr.-RS Fr.-RS So.-1L Sr.-1L Fr.-HS So.-TR Fr.-HS Fr.-RS Sr.-1L Sr.-3L Jr.-1L Jr.-RS Jr.-2L So.-TR Jr.-1L Fr.-RS Jr.-TR

HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Macksville, Kan. (Dodge City CC) Newton, Kan. (Butler County CC) Hillsboro, Kan. (Butler County CC) Denton, Texas (Guyer HS) Dodge City, Kan. (Dodge City) Kensington, Kan. (Thunder Ridge) Missouri City, Texas (Elkins) Windom, Kan. (Little River) Eustis, Fla. (Garden City CC) St. Louis, Mo. (Oakville) Burbank, Calif. (Glendale CC) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Sierra) Lee’s Summit, Mo. (West) Peculiar, Mo. (Harrisonville) Billings, Mont. (Skyview) North Kansas City, Mo. (Winnetonka) Derby, Kan. (Derby) Randallstown, Md. (Randallstown) Hayti, Mo. (Hayti) Andale, Kan. (Andale) Sacramento, Calif. (Sacramento CC) Basehor, Kan. (Basehor Linwood) Breman, Kan. (Marysville) Lagos, Nigeria (Hillcrest HS) Topeka, Kan. (Washburn Rural) Hillsboro, Kan. (Butler County CC) Raymore, Mo. (Raymore-Peculiar) Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Pierce JC) Liberty, Mo. (Liberty) New Orleans, La. (Edna Karr) Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington) Olathe, Kan. (East) New Braunfels, Texas (San Francisco CC) Wamego, Kan. (Wamego) Hutchinson, Kan. (Hutchinson CC) Edmond, Okla. (Deer Creek) Jenks, Okla. (Jenks) Culver City, Calif. (Cerritos) Aurora, Co. (Santa Rosa JC) East St. Louis, Ill. (East St. Louis) Welda, Kan. (Fort Scott CC) Texas City, Texas (La Marque) Houston, Texas (Navarro JC) Liberty, Mo. (Liberty) Overland Park, Kan. (St. Thomas Aquinas) St. Petersburg, Fla. (Butler CC)

ALPHABETICAL NO 47 78 9 73 50 67 18 22 84 41 31 30 38 35 17 41 89 31 45 28 53 5 87 54 33 43 92 37 80 79 55 8 15 29 86 24 85 57 54 34 69 74 37 62 48 16

NAME Jared Loomis Cornelius Lucas Ryan Manes Tomasi Mariner Cody Marley Kenneth Mayfield Andre McDonald Zach McFall Gage McKinnis Charles Melton Torrell Miller Drew Mueller Mathew Pearson Ian Peters George Pierson William Powell Aubrey Quarles A. Repass-Orduna Kevin Rohleder Robert Rose Blake Slaughter Brodrick Smith Sheldon Smith Dustin Sobieraj Marc St. Felix Jeremy Sutton Josh Sutton Terrance Sweeney Travis Tannahill Keenan Taylor Kadero Terrell Daniel Thomas Darious Thomas Courtney Thompson Tramaine Thompson Darhnaz Tigner Zach Trujillo Grant Valentine Trevor Viers Jordan Voelker Nick Ward Wade Weibert Braden Wilson Logan Wiltfong Jarett Wright Ty Zimmerman

POS LB OL QB OL LB OL TE WR WR DB DB DB DB DB P RB WR WR LB RB LB WR WR DT DB TE DL DB TE OL LB RB DB DB WR DB TE DE OL DE OL OL FB DL LB QB

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE PLAYERS Clyde AUFNER ..........................................................OFF-ner Cole BACHAMP ....................................................BASH-amp Joseph BONUGLI ............................................Buh-NOOG-lee JAVONTA Boyd ....................................................Juh-VON-tay PRIZELL Brown ......................................................Pruh-ZELL JARELL Childs ............................................................JUH-rell Ryan DOERR ..................................................................Door Kaleb DRINKGERN ..............................................DRINK-gurn OLADIPO FAJIMOLU ......Oh-luh-DEE-poe FAH-gee-mole-ooh D.J. FULHAGE ........................................................Full-hague

Alex HREBEC ..........................................................REE-beck TOMASI Mariner ................................................Toe-MAH-see Kevin ROHLEDER ..................................................ROW-letter Dustin SOBIERAJ ................................................So-buh-RAY KADERO Terrell..................................................Kuh-DARE-oh DAHRNAZ TIGNER ........................................DAR-naz TIG-ner Zach TRUJILLO ..................................................True-HEE-low Trevor VIERS ..................................................................Veers Wade WEIBERT ........................................................WYE-bert

COACHES Ricky RAHNE ..............................................................Ron-ee

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SQUAD BREAKDOWN Freshmen ..................................................................30 Sophomores ............................................................27 Juniors......................................................................29 Seniors......................................................................23

LETTERMEN RETURNING (41) OFFENSE (14) Clyde Aufner ............................................................OL Carson Coffman ......................................................QB Colten Freeze ............................................................OL Zac Hanson ..............................................................OL Adrian Hilburn ........................................................WR Zach Kendall ............................................................OL Collin Klein ..............................................................WR Kenny Mayfield ........................................................OL Sheldon Smith ........................................................WR Travis Tannahill ........................................................TE Daniel Thomas ........................................................RB Trevor Viers ..............................................................OL Wade Weibert ..........................................................OL Braden Wilson ..........................................................RB DEFENSE (22) Josh Berard ..............................................................LB Prizell Brown ............................................................DL Troy Butler................................................................DB Logan Dold ..............................................................DB Antonio Felder ..........................................................LB Thomas Fergurson ..................................................DB David Garrett ............................................................DB Raphael Guidry ........................................................DE Brandon Harold ........................................................DE Stephen Harrison ....................................................DB Tysyn Hartman ........................................................DB Brian Hertzog ............................................................LB Alex Hrebec ..............................................................LB Payton Kirk ..............................................................DE Emmanuel Lamur ....................................................DB Torell Miller ..............................................................DB Kevin Rohleder ........................................................LB Blake Slaughter ........................................................LB Terrence Sweeney ....................................................DB Darius Thomas ........................................................DB Dahrnaz Tigner..........................................................LB Grant Valentine ........................................................DL

SPECIALISTS (5) Corey Adams ..........................................................LS Josh Cherry ........................................................PK Ryan Doerr ................................................................P DJ Fulhage ..................................................................P George Pierson ..........................................................P

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STARTERS RETURNING (15) OFFENSE (5) Clyde Aufner ............................................................OL Zach Kendall ............................................................OL Kenny Mayfield ........................................................OL Daniel Thomas ........................................................RB Wade Weibert ..........................................................OL DEFENSE (7) Troy Butler................................................................DB Antonio Felder ..........................................................DE Raphael Guidry ........................................................DL Stephen Harrison ....................................................DB Tysyn Hartman ........................................................DB Alex Hrebec ..............................................................LB Emmanuel Lamur ....................................................DB SPECIALISTS (3) Corey Adams ..........................................................LS Josh Cherry ..............................................................PK Ryan Doerr ................................................................P

LETTERMEN LOST (22) OFFENSE (8) Brandon Banks ........................................................WR Eric Benoit ................................................................OL Lamark Brown ........................................................WR Grant Gregory ..........................................................QB Jeron Mastrud ..........................................................TE Attrail Snipes ..........................................................WR Nick Stringer ............................................................OL Keithen Valentine......................................................RB DEFENSE (14) Chidabamu Abana ....................................................DL Daniel Calvin ............................................................DL Chris Carney ............................................................DB Eric Childs ..........................................................DL/LB Jeffrey Fitzgerald ......................................................DL Courtney Herndon ....................................................DB John Houlik ..............................................................LB Otis Johnson ............................................................DB Billy McClellan ..........................................................DB Joshua Moore ..........................................................DB Ulla Pomele ..............................................................LB Jack Reed ................................................................LB Hansen Sekona ........................................................LB Adrian Stryker ..........................................................DB

STARTERS LOST (10) OFFENSE (6) Brandon Banks ........................................................WR Lamark Brown ........................................................WR Grant Gregory ..........................................................QB Jeron Mastrud ..........................................................TE Attrail Snipes ..........................................................WR Nick Stringer ............................................................OL DEFENSE (4) Daniel Calvin ............................................................DL Jeffrey Fitzgerald ......................................................DL John Houlik ..............................................................LB Joshua Moore ..........................................................DB

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REDSHIRTS (25) OFFENSE (17) William Cooper ........................................................OL Tim Flanders ............................................................RB Devin Gfeller............................................................WR Chris Harper ............................................................WR John Hubert ............................................................RB Darius Johnson ......................................................WR Sammuel Lamur ......................................................QB Cornelius Lucas ........................................................OL Brodrick Smith ........................................................WR Adam Repass-Orduna ............................................WR Robert Rose ............................................................RB Sheldon Smith ........................................................WR Keenan Taylor ..........................................................OL Tramaine Thompson................................................WR Zach Trujillo ..............................................................TE Logan Wiltfong ........................................................OL Zack Young ..............................................................OL DEFENSE (6) Joseph Bonugli ........................................................DB Kyle Brown ..............................................................DE Clarence Bumpas ......................................................LB Roman Fields ............................................................LB Charles Melton ........................................................DB Drew Mueller ............................................................DB SPECIALISTS (2) James French ..........................................................PK Marcus Heit ..............................................................LS

MID-YEAR/SPRING SIGNEES (23) OFFENSE (10) Jordan Allred ............................................................OL Billy Cosh ................................................................QB Deveon Dinwiddie ....................................................RB Manase Foketi ..........................................................OL Kason Hostrup..........................................................OL Tomasi Mariner ........................................................OL Destin Mosley ........................................................WR DeMarcus Robinson ................................................RB Curry Sexton ..........................................................WR Ty Zimmerman ........................................................QB DEFENSE (13) Javonta Boyd ............................................................DL Adam Davis ..............................................................DL Laton Dowling ..........................................................DL Ray Kibble ................................................................DL Kyle Klein..................................................................DL Cody Marley..............................................................LB Matthew Pearson ....................................................DB Tate Snyder ..............................................................LB Terrance Sweeney ....................................................DB Darious Thomas ......................................................DB Courtney Thompson ................................................DB Tre Walker ................................................................LB Justin Williams ........................................................DL

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TAKING THE NEXT STEP ead coach Bill Snyder returned to the sideline from a three-year retirement last season in an attempt to revitalize a K-State program that he had built into a national power during his first tenure. After being predicted by many to finish fifth or as low as sixth in the Big 12 North Division last year, Snyder and the 2009 Wildcat football team refuted the prognosticators and ended the regular season with an opportunity to win the Big 12 North and advance to the program’s first Big 12 Championship appearance since 2003. In fact, K-State played for the north division title in its final regular season game at Nebraska. Though the Cats came up just short of a title game berth following a close loss, last year’s squad finished tied for second in the Big 12 North at 4-4 in the conference and had a 6-6 overall record. But it wasn’t enough to become bowl-eligible due to two of those six wins coming against FCS opponents. However, there is reason for optimism in 2010 as a large nucleus of lettermen return, including several returning starters on both sides of the ball, for Snyder and company. The legendary head coach will begin his 19th season at the helm of the Kansas State program and look to build upon the success of last season and take the Wildcats back to their first bowl game since the 2006 season. The addition of many new faces to the Wildcat football team will also provide for several starting opportunities on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball.

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OFFENSE After the 2009 squad averaged 349 yards of offense a game, co-offensive coordinators Dana Dimel and Del Miller return to help lead a Wildcat offensive unit that will see five returning starters as well as a few new faces entering spring practice. The K-State offense will welcome back four starting offensive linemen and senior All-America candidate Daniel Thomas at running back. The Cats will break in a new quarterback following the graduation of Grant Gregory, but with depth along the offensive line and new playmakers at the tight end and wide receiver positions, the 2010 Wildcat offense has the ingredients to make steady progress this spring.

Quarterback After 2009 saw fifth-year senior Grant Gregory guide the Wildcats for a majority of the season, the Wildcats will have as many as four different individuals compete for the starting quarterback position this spring. Senior Carson Coffman has

the most experience of the group, while sophomore Collin Klein and junior Sammuel Lamur join the competition for the starting position. Coffman, who saw action in six games during the 2009 season including starts in the first four, completed 61-percent of his passes for 860 total yards and two touchdowns. Both Klein and Lamur are considered dual-threats, as Klein saw action in 12 games last season at wide receiver with six catches for 38 yards and a touchdown. Lamur is a very athletic option and is ready to compete for the job following a redshirt season in 2009. Also in the mix at the position are sophomore Ryan Manes and freshmen Billy Cosh and Ty Zimmerman.

Running Back After a breakout season, Daniel Thomas returns for his senior campaign as one of the top running backs in the Big 12 Conference and the nation. A Doak Walker Award candidate and the 2009 Big 12 Newcomer of the Year, Thomas started all 12 games in 2009 and led the Big 12 Conference with the fourth-highest rushing total in school history with 1,265 rushing yards and a Big 12-high 11 rushing touchdowns. Thomas’ 1,265 rushing yards ranked as the second-highest total by a K-State junior and he became the fourth-fastest in school history to reach the 1,000-yard plateau in a season (10th game). His 105.4 yards per game ranked 21st in the nation and led the Big 12. He also tallied five 100-yard rushing games, which were the most since James Johnson recorded five during the 2007 season. The Hilliard, Fla., product was a versatile piece of the K-State offense in his first season with the Wildcats. His 128.9 all-purpose yards per game ranked fifth in the Big 12 and his 1,547 all-purpose yards rank tied for 11th in school history for a single season. Joining Thomas in the backfield last season was sophomore fullback Braden Wilson. The native of Smith Center, Kan., played in all 12 games last season and helped pave the way for Thomas’ breakout first season with crushing lead blocks. Wilson tallied eight yards on three carries last season while also hauling in four passes for 33 yards. Behind Thomas on the K-State spring backfield depth chart are an inexperienced trio of senior William Powell and redshirt freshmen John Hubert and Tim Flanders. All three players are talented and bring different strengths to the table, but all three have yet to register a collegiate carry.

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The wide receiver position will feature several new faces this season after losing several key individuals. A pair of Division I transfers will make their Wildcat debuts in 2010 after sitting out last season. Chris Harper and Brodrick Smith will look to make an immediate impact after transferring from Oregon and Minnesota, respectively, and fill the void of departed seniors Brandon Banks and Attrail Snipes. The Cats may have lost a majority of their statistical leaders at the position from a year ago, but the group certainly has the experience and talent to put up the kind of numbers position coach Michael Smith would like to see. Returning to the edges of the K-State offense this season are seniors Adrian Hilburn and Aubrey Quarles after redshirt seasons. Tramaine Thompson, Devin Gfeller, and sophomore transfer Gage McKinnis look to add depth to the position.

As spring practice gets underway, K-State looks to replace two leaders on the defensive line after the graduation of defensive end Jeffrey Fitzgerald and tackle Daniel Calvin. During the 2009 season, Fitzgerald started all 12 games for the Wildcats, with 11 of those at defensive end and one at defensive tackle. As an impactful part of the defense, Fitzgerald recorded 40 tackles during the year and led the team in tackles for loss with 10 and in sacks with seven. Calvin provided help on the defense as well, starting 11 games at defensive tackle. He finished the season with 31 total tackles, including two sacks. Raphael Guidry returns in the middle after coming off a season in which he started six games at tackle. A junior, Guidry looks to improve on his numbers at the position again this season as he finished 2009 with 19 total tackles, two tackles for losses, and a half sack. Prizell Brown, a converted tight end, also returns in the middle after starting five games and recording 10 tackles and half a sack last season. With two starters from the line gone, K-State still returns a proven defensive end in junior Brandon Harold. After being selected as a first team freshman All-American by College Football News and Sporting News during the 2008 season, Harold was hampered by injuries in 2009 but looks to be back at full strength as the Wildcats take the field in 2010. Other players who will provide depth along the line are seniors Prizell Brown, Josh Berard, and Antonio Felder. Berard notched six tackles and a sack, while Felder started eight games at end last year and had seven tackles for loss and three sacks total. With several players capable of putting in time at the line, including newcomers Ray Kibble and Javonta Boyd, spring practice will see some good competition in this area.

Tight End Following the graduation of All-Big 12 performer Jeron Mastrud, there will be a new face at the tight end spot when the Cats take the field in 2010. Looking to take over where Mastrud left off is sophomore Travis Tannahill. The native of Olathe, Kan., saw action in 12 games last season, ending the year with 2 receptions and 37 receiving yards in his rookie season with the Wildcats. Also competing for playing time will be juniors Gabe Gantz and Jeremy Sutton, freshman Andre McDonald and freshman Zach Trujillo.

Offensive Line Despite the graduation of Nick Stringer, the Kansas State offensive line in 2010 could be the biggest strength of the entire offense as it returns four starters from last season, three of whom will be seniors. Seniors Zach Kendall, Wade Weibert and Kenneth Mayfield look to lead the offensive line this year after having a combined 34 starts between them last season. In addition to the seniors, juniors Zach Hanson and Clyde Aufner continue to provide help at each of the tackle spots this year. Also expected to challenge for starting roles this year are Colton Freeze, Ethan Douglas and Trevor Viers, while redshirt freshmen Keenan Taylor and Cornelius Lucas have continued to develop over the past year.

DEFENSE The 2010 Kansas State defense returns seven starters from last year’s squad, which finished 2009 as one of the most improved units in the conference and the nation. Overall, K-State improved its scoring defense from tied for 10th in the Big 12 (35.8 points per game allowed) in 2008 to seventh in the league (23.3 ppg allowed) and improved its rushing defense from 11th (217.7 rushing yards per game allowed) in the 2008 season to fifth (105.4 rushing yards per game allowed) in 2009. It also bumped its pass defense from eighth in the league (261.4 passing yards allowed) in 2008 to seventh in the conference (234.5 passing yards allowed). Chris Cosh returns for his second season as the leader of the defense, his first as the sole defensive coordinator, and will look to continue the daily improvement and progress of the unit, which returns two of the team’s top four tacklers from a year ago.

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Linebacker After the graduation of linebackers Ulla Pomele and John Houlik, K-State will look to give more experience to several younger players as they take over for the changes made at this position. Pomele and Houlik played some of the biggest roles for the Cats last year, with Pomele being third on the team in total tackles with 55. He also recorded four tackles for loss and one sack. Houlik played his own big role, getting all 12 starts at linebacker for the team in 2009, and was shortly behind Pomele with 51 total tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss including a sack, and one interception. To help fill spots left by this pair, K-State will use Alex Hrebec, Kadero Terrell and Kevin Rohleder as some possible options heading into 2010. Hrebec started three games at linebacker last season and had 32 total tackles and four tackles for losses. Terrell will see his first action on the field this season, after sitting out last year due to injury after transferring from Garden City Community College. Rohleder notched 29 tackles in his first extensive action as a Wildcat. There will be more depth at the position which includes senior Jarett Wright and sophomores Jarell Childs and Blake Slaughter. Childs will be making the transition from running back, as he tallied 13 carries for 79 yards in his freshman season. Slaughter saw action in nine games and notched three tackles, while redshirt freshman Clarence Bumpas will also challenge for playing time at either linebacker or the Bandit defensive end spot.

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Secondary The Wildcat secondary returns three starters from an improved unit in 2009, including senior safety Troy Butler and junior safeties Emmanuel Lamur and Tysyn Hartman. The trio will look to build on a strong 2009 seasons and provide leadership from the back of the K-State defense. Butler ranked sixth on the squad in total tackles with 46, including five tackles for loss. He also added two pass breakups and a fumble recovery to his final stat line. Hartman, who earned All-Big 12 honors both on the field and in the classrooom, had 54 total tackles and five interceptions to rank fourth on the team in total tackles in 2009. His five interceptions were tied for fourth in the Big 12 last season and were the most by a Wildcat since James McGill pulled in six during the 2003 season. Lamur had a great debut season in 2009 and was the Wildcats’ total tackle leader with 68 on the year. He also had three interceptions and led the team with two blocked kicks, including a game-winning blocked extra point against Iowa State at the game at Arrowhead Stadium. The Wildcats will also look towards sophomores Thomas Ferguson and Roman Fields during spring practice for added depth. Other players who look to gain starting spots include senior Terrance Sweeney and juniors Logan Dold and David Garrett. Garrett started four games at one of the corner spots a year ago, while Sweeney and Dold each saw time in a reserve role.

Specialists K-State returns several key members from last year’s special teams units, including senior kicker Josh Cherry and senior long snapper Corey Adams in an area that looks to see continued improvement and success in 2010. Cherry has a strong hold on place kicking duties after he finished the Big 12 campaign ranked third in league contest for made field goals with 11. After a rough start to the 2009 season, Cherry connected on 12 of his last 15 attempts. Looking to challenge Cherry for place kicking duties and provide depth will be sophomores Anthony Cantele and Brandon Klimek. Sophomore Ryan Doerr returns as K-State’s punter in 2010 after finishing the season with an average punt of 41.2 yards, ranking 7th in the Big 12 in this area. Senior D.J. Fulhage punted 16 times a year ago and served as a short-yardage punt specialist. He downed opponents inside their 20-yard line 11 times, while 14 of his 16 punts were not returned. Senior George Pierson also looks to offer some help in the punting game. At the long-snapper position, Adams returns for his final year in a Wildcat uniform as he looks to continue his dominance as one of the nation’s best players at that position. An All-America candidate, Adams has been perfect on a total of 356 combined snaps during his three-year career. The Wildcats will need to replace All-American Brandon Banks in the return game, but several options are available and should allow the Cats to continue its special teams dominance. Daniel Thomas, Hartman, Hubert and Tramaine Thompson are all capable returners for both punts and kickoffs with Thompson possessing the best track speed of the group. Hartman was solid on punt returns last season, averaging 13.1 yards per return.

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Bill Snyder

Three-Time National Coach of the Year he 2009 season saw one of the greatest legends in college football return to the sidelines in hopes of revitalizing a program that he once built, piece by piece, into a national force. The architect of the “greatest turnaround in the history of college football” Bill Snyder returned to lead the Kansas State football program in 2009 after 17 ultra-successful seasons as the head coach from 1989-2005. And in his first season back, Snyder led the Wildcats to a 6-6 record and a second place finish in the Big 12 North. In fact, K-State was just one win away from advancing to the Big 12 Championship game as the Wildcats played at Nebraska in the season finale with a championship game berth on the line. Not bad for a program that was picked by most preseason publications to finish fifth or even sixth in the North race. K-State claimed more First Team All-Big 12 selections on offense than any other school with four last season. Big 12 Newcomer of the Year Daniel Thomas led the league in rushing in his first year at the position, while Nick Stringer, Jeron Mastrud and Brandon Banks also garnered first team accolades. Named the 32nd head football coach at Kansas State on Nov. 30, 1988, and again as the 34th on Nov. 24 2008, Snyder has amassed a 142-74-1 (.657) record during his tenure with the Wildcats, including a 79-57-1 (.580) mark in Big 8/12 games. His 142 victories are the 16th most among active

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FBS coaches and are more than triple the man in second place on K-State’s all-time coaching victories list (Mike Ahearn, 39 wins). But to fully understand the turnaround ushered in by Snyder at Kansas State one must only consider that the Wildcats were in the midst of an 0-26-1 run when he was hired. It also took K-State 51 seasons (1938-1988) to total just 130 wins, while the 12 head coaches prior to Snyder's arrival in Manhattan combined to win just 116 games from 1945-1988. Snyder led Kansas State to 11 straight bowl berths between the 1993 and 2003 seasons, making K-State one of only seven programs in the nation to appear in the postseason every year during that stretch. During that span, Snyder’s Wildcats won nearly 80 percent of their games, chalking up 109 victories - a staggering average of nearly 10 wins per season - and making Kansas State the nation’s second-winningest program over that period. And Snyder continued to break new ground with the Wildcats. Kansas State’s 35-7 victory over topranked Oklahoma in the 2003 Big 12 Championship game lifted K-State to its first conference championship since Pappy Waldorf’s 1934 squad and secured the school’s first BCS bowl berth in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. With an 11-4 record in 2003, Kansas State was the only team in the country to win 11 games in six of the previous seven years and just the second pro-

SNYDER AT KANSAS STATE (1998-2009) Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2009 Totals

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Big 8/12 0-7-0 2-5-0 4-3-0 2-5-0 4-2-1 5-2-0 5-2-0 6-2-0 7-1-0 8-0-0 7-1-0 6-2-0 3-5-0 6-2-0 6-2-0 2-6-0 2-6-0 4-4-0 79-57-1

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gram in the history of college football to win 11 games six times in a seven-year stretch. Snyder’s unprecedented success in 17 years at Kansas State did not go unnoticed. He was named the National Coach of the Year on three occasions (1991, 1994 and 1998). He has been a finalist for the prestigious Bear Bryant/FWAA National Coach of the Year Award in 1993 and 1995 before winning in 1998; a finalist for the Football News National Coach of the Year Award in 1995 and 1998; and a finalist for the Kodak/AFCA National Coach of the Year Award in 1993 and 1998. In 1993, he joined legendary Nebraska head coach Bob Devaney as the only head coaches in Big Eight history to be named Associated Press Big Eight Coach of the Year three times in a four-year period (1990, 1991 and 1993). The Houston Chronicle named him the 1996 Big 12 Coach of the Year, while he earned 1997 and 1998 Big 12 Coach of the Year honors from the Kansas City Star. Snyder also was the 1998 Big 12 Coach of the Year by the AP and by a vote of league coaches before earning the league coaches’ support again in 2002. The 2003 season brought more honors, including Big 12 Coach of the Year accolades from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and ESPN.com. Since the inception of the Big 12 Conference, Snyder’s Wildcats truly became a dominant force in the league, ranking in the top three in overall Big 12 wins during his tenure. Kansas State also won more Big 12 road games than any team in the league and advanced to the championship game three times. Those facts alone demonstrate the continuing evolution of a power in the Big 12 Conference and with it the recognition that Snyder is truly one of the finest coaches in college football today. The list of accomplishments Snyder has amassed in his 18-plus years is as endless as the time most people thought it would take for the Wildcats to be a consistent threat in the Big Eight, and now, Big 12 Conference. Like so many in recent history, the 2003 campaign was a dramatically successful one for Kansas State, which ended the regular season with seven straight wins, a fourth Big 12 North Division title, its first Big 12 Championship and another top-20 finish. But the 2003 season was not without its bumps in the road as the Wildcats overcame their share of adversity to produce perhaps the greatest season in school history. Ranked as high as No. 6 nationally in the early going, a key injury to quarterback Ell Roberson precipitated a three-game slide that threatened to wipe out a promising season. The three losses all but erased K-State from the national consciousness, as the Wildcats slipped out of the both polls for the first time since the second game of the 2002 season. But Snyder was not about to allow the year to spiral out of control. He constantly reminded his players that they still controlled their own destiny, and if they could just go 1-0 each week the season would take care of itself and the team would ultimately achieve its goals. And like everything Snyder seems to touch, this strategy too worked, as the Wildcats rode their 1-0 mantra week after week all the way to a berth in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Along the way, five different Wildcats were lauded for their efforts with All-America honors, including KState’s first Associated Press first team All-American

running back, Darren Sproles, who finished fifth in voting for the Heisman Trophy, was the Doak Walker Award runner-up and finished third on the AP’s Player of the Year ballot. But Sproles was the lone player with star power that returned for the 2004 campaign. And though the little tank produced yet another record-breaking season capped by his third-straight selection to an AllBig 12 team, the lack of experience was one reason K-State struggled through a 4-7 rebuilding campaign. The 2002 season was one of the best in Kansas State history, witnessed by the Wildcats’ five-victory turnaround from the previous year’s 6-6 team to a win in the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl and an 11-2 overall record. In addition, the 2002 Wildcats set or tied 45 school records, including tying the mark for wins in a season. Snyder’s Wildcats finished the season with six consecutive victories, including the biggest wins in the history of the series in each of a three-week span against Kansas, Iowa State and Nebraska. The Wildcats’ dominant play down the stretch of the 2002 season earned Snyder the recognition of his peers as the Big 12 Conference Coach of the Year. In 2001, Snyder directed one of the best in-season turnarounds in school history. Despite losing four straight in the middle of the year and facing the fourth-toughest schedule in the nation, the Wildcats recovered to win four of their last five games to end the regular season with a 6-5 record and a berth in the Insight.com Bowl.

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Despite the record, the quality of players produced by the Snyder-led coaching staff continued to attract national attention from those who best know the game. Six Kansas State players were selected in the 2002 NFL Draft, the most of any team in the Big 12 Conference, with only six schools in the country having more players picked in the draft. The Wildcats started the 2000 season ranked in the Top 10 for just the second time in school history and made a four-week run into the Top 5 that saw KState climb as high as No. 2 in the nation. K-State won the Big 12 North Division for the second time in three years and earned at least a share of the title for the third consecutive season. K-State had six players named first team All-Big 12 by the league’s coaches, and PK Jamie Rheem, DT Mario Fatafehi and WR Quincy Morgan earned All-America honors. The 1999 season saw the Wildcats climb from No. 20 in the preseason poll to finish at No. 6, after starting the season with nine straight victories, and win 11 games for the third straight year. K-State tied Nebraska for the Wildcats’ second consecutive Big 12 North Division Championship. All this came in what many thought would be a rebuilding season. K-State led the conference in first team picks with seven. In 1998, Snyder led K-State to its second straight 11-win season and a No. 4 ranking in the final regular season polls. In November, K-State occupied a No. 1 ranking in a national poll for the first time in school history. The Wildcats won the Big 12 Conference North Division and advanced to a bowl game

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for the sixth year in a row. K-State won its first 11 games of the season and ran its winning streak to a school-record 20 games before falling to Texas A&M in the Big 12 Championship game. Quarterback Michael Bishop became the first Wildcat to be a finalist for the Heisman Trophy, and a total of six K-Staters earned All-America honors. Snyder earned National Coach of the Year honors from the Walter Camp Foundation, the Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Foundation, the Associated Press, the Paul "Bear" Bryant Award and the Schutt Sports Group. In 1997, Snyder led the Wildcats to their first 11win season in school history, a No. 7 final ranking and the first 10-win regular season since 1910. It was just the third 10-win season in 102 years of K-State football. Kansas State won a school-record seven conference games, finishing second in the North Division to undefeated and national champion Nebraska. The Wildcats defeated South Division champion Texas A&M, 36-17. The season ended with a 35-18 win over Big East Conference champion Syracuse in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, with an estimated 50,000 KState fans attending K-State’s first-ever Alliance Bowl. The 1996 season saw K-State finish with a 9-3 record, while more than 45,000 Wildcat fans painted Dallas purple for the Southwestern Bell Cotton Bowl, K-State’s first-ever New Year’s Day Bowl. Despite a 19-15 loss to No. 5 BYU, the support and respect for the K-State program grew to unprecedented heights. In 1995, Snyder guided K-State to a 10-2 record, including a 5-2 Big Eight mark to tie for second place behind national champion Nebraska. Following a 5421 blitzing of WAC champion Colorado State in the 1995 Holiday Bowl, the Wildcats finished the season ranked sixth in the USA Today/CNN coaches poll and seventh in the Associated Press poll. Both rankings were the highest ever attained by a Kansas State football team to that point. In 1995, the Wildcats finished tied for second in the Big Eight and their 5-2 league mark gave K-State two consecutive 5-2 Big Eight seasons. In the last three years of the Big Eight, the Wildcats defeated or tied every team in the league except Nebraska. Since the inception of the Big 12 in 1996, K-State is 53-27 in league games under Snyder (10 seasons). In 1993, Snyder guided K-State to its first bowl win in school history and, in 1994, the Wildcats cracked the Top 10 for the first time in school history. In 1998, the K-State achieved a No. 1 national ranking in one of the major polls for the first time in the program’s history. Individually, Snyder produced 45 different AllAmericans during his 17 years as head coach, including nine consensus first-team All-Americans: in 1992 (P Sean Snyder), 1993 (FS Jaime Mendez), 1995 (CB Chris Canty), 1996 (Canty), 1997 (PK Martin Gramatica), 1998 (PR David Allen), 1999 (LB Mark Simoneau) and 2002 (CB Terence Newman). Newman became the third Wildcat to win a national award when he was voted the 2002 Thorpe Award, given to the top collegiate defensive back. Gramatica was the 1997 Lou Groza Award winner, the first major award winner in Kansas State history. Quarterback Michael Bishop became the first K-State player to be named a finalist for the Heisman Trophy (finishing as runner-up) while winning the Davey O’Brien Award. 12 KANSAS STATE FOOTBALL

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The foundation for K-State’s turnaround was laid in 1989 during Snyder’s first season in Manhattan. Although the season yielded just a 1-10 record, it became evident to everyone involved in the program that something special was happening. Most important, Snyder instilled a winning attitude and a healthy dose of self-respect and enthusiasm to a program that had been given up for dead. In 1990, Kansas State was one of just four teams in the country to improve its record by four games with a 5-6 mark, including its first Big Eight Conference wins in four seasons with victories over Oklahoma State and Iowa State. Snyder again beat those two schools in 1991, while adding Kansas and Missouri to the list of his Big Eight victims to finish at 74 for K-State’s first winning season since the Independence Bowl season of 1982. Heavy graduation losses on the offensive side of the ball resulted in a 5-6 mark in 1992, but the Wildcats were still able to hang their hats on their first perfect home season (5-0) since 1934. Of course, it should come as no surprise that Snyder would be this kind of architect for a building program. At Iowa, he played a key role in the renaissance of a Hawkeye program that went from 17 consecutive losing seasons to eight straight bowl appearances. Snyder was the mind behind Iowa’s potent offensive attack. The Hawkeye offense ranked first in passing efficiency and third in passing yardage nationally in Snyder’s last five years of direction. In his final Iowa season, the Peach Bowl team led the Big Ten, and ranked seventh nationally, with 277 passing yards per game. That team was second in the Big Ten with 416 yards of offense per game. Snyder also served as quarterback coach at Iowa and helped develop some of the best quarterbacks in NCAA history, including NFL players Chuck Long (second in Heisman voting), Mark Vlasic and Chuck Hartlieb, who wrapped up his career as the first Hawkeye to throw for 3,000 yards in back-to-back seasons.

Snyder began his full-time coaching career in 1964 as an assistant at Indio High School in California. In 1966 he served as a graduate assistant at USC under John McKay before returning to become head coach at Indio High School in 1967. He accepted the same position at Santa Ana Foothill High School in 1969, where he stayed until 1973. In 1974, Snyder became the offensive coordinator on the football staff and head swimming coach at Austin College in Sherman, Texas. He joined the University of North Texas staff in 1976 and helped author an impressive turnaround with a three-year record of 26-7. He left UNT for Iowa in 1979. During his three-year hiatus, Snyder remained involved with the university as the special assistant to the athletics director and is currently a member of the Missouri and Kansas Halls of Fame, the Kansas State Athletics and Austin College Sports Halls of Fame while also being inducted into the Holiday Bowl Hall of Fame. The long-time mentor also remained active in the community as he currently is the Chairman of the Kansas Mentors Council and the Kansas Leadership Council, a member of the Board of Directors for Kansas Leadership Center, the Board of Trustees for the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame, the KSU Leadership Studies Advancement Council, the Terry C. Johnson Cancer Research Center Advisory Council, the Manhattan Community Foundation Board of Trustees, the KSU Foundation Board of Trustees and is the Honorary Co-Chairman of the Kansas Masonic Partnership for Life. Snyder, 70, received his B.A. from William Jewell in 1963. He earned his M.A. from Eastern New Mexico in 1965. As a player, he was a three-year letterwinner as a defensive back at William Jewell. Snyder and his wife, Sharon, have two sons (Sean and Ross) and three daughters (Shannon, Meredith and Whitney). They also have eight grandchildren, Sydney, Katherine, Tate, Matthew, Alexis, Gavin, Kadin and Tylin, and one great-grandson, Deron.

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Career Highlights • 2004 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Participants • 2003 Big 12 Champions • 2002 Holiday Bowl Champions • 2001 Insight.com Bowl Participants • 2001 Cotton Bowl Champions • 1999 Holiday Bowl Champions • 1998 Alamo Bowl Participants • 1997 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Champions • 1997 Cotton Bowl Participants • 1995 Holiday Bowl Champions • 1994 Aloha Bowl Participants • 1993 Copper Bowl Champions • 1998 Associated Press National Coach of the Year • 1998 Walter Camp National Coach of the Year • 1998 Bear Bryant National Coach of the Year • 1998 Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year • 1994 CNN National Coach of the Year • 1991 ESPN National Coach of the Year • Finalist for ESPN's Coach of the Decade for the 1990s • Four-time Bear Bryant National Coach of the Year finalist • Three-time Big Eight Coach of the Year (1990-91-93) • Two-Time Big 12 Coach of the Year (1998-2002) • 2009 Honorable Mention Big 12 Coach of the Year • 2003 Big 12 Coach of the Year by Fort Worth Star-Telegram/ESPN.com • 47 All-America selections • 8 Consensus First Team All-Americans • 72 First Team All-Big Eight/Big 12 selections • 9 Academic All-Americans • 8 CFA National Scholar-Athletes • 3 National Football Foundation Postgraduate Scholars • 97 First Team Academic All-Big Eight/Big 12 selections, including a school-record 10 in 2009 • School-record 142 wins. Adding all the victories from 1937 to 1988 totals 131 wins at K-State • School-record 11 wins in 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003 • Guided K-State to its first Big 12 Championship in 2003, the school’s first league title since 1934 • One of two schools in college football history to win 11 games in six of seven years from 1997-2003 • Owns a 57-31 record in Big 12 play • After the 2005 season, K-State ranked third in number of Big 12 wins since the league began in 1996 • Big 12 Conference-record 22 straight league wins from 1997 to 1999 • Fifth-winningest home record in college football during the 1990s • After posting a 1-36-1 record in 1980s, Kansas State tallied a 135-58-1 mark from 1990 through 2005 • K-State completed its first-ever undefeated regular season with an 11-0 mark in 1998 • Currently ranked 16th nationally in wins among active FBS head coaches

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KEITH

JOE BOB

CHRIS

BURNS

CLEMENTS

COSH

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ASSISTANT COACH

ASSISTANT HEAD COACH

SECONDARY

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DEFENSIVE COORD./LB

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THE CLEMENTS FILE

THE COSH FILE

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

Year at K-State: First Date of Birth: September 26, 1960 Hometown: Hurst, Texas Spouse: Yvonne Children: K.C., Tanner, Davis

Year at K-State: Ninth Date of Birth: Nov. 28, 1975 Hometown: Emporia, Kan. Spouse: Pelusa Children: Orianna, Chance, Emma, Kaden

Year at K-State: Fourth Date of Birth: May 12, 1959 Hometown: Washington, D.C. Spouse: Mary Children: J.J., Billy

EDUCATION

EDUCATION

EDUCATION

Arkansas (1982)

Kansas State (1999), B.A. Mass Commun.

Virginia Tech (1983), B.A. Physical Education

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PLAYING EXPERIENCE

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

Arkansas, Safety (1980-82)

Kansas State, Defensive End (1995-98)

Virginia Tech, Linebacker (1977-81)

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COACHING EXPERIENCE

1984 ................................Arkansas, graduate assistant 1985 ..........................Pacific, assistant coach (DB/ST) 1986..........................Pacific, co-defensive coord. (DB) 1987 ..............................Pacific, defensive coord. (DB) 1988 ........................................Pacific, offensive coord. 1989-90 ........................Rice, assistant coach (DB/ST) 1991-92 ............................Rice, defensive pass coord. 1993 ....................................USC, assistant coach (DB) 1994-97 ............................USC, defensive coord. (DB) 1998-99 ..............................Arkansas, defensive coord. 2000-02 ............................................Tulsa, head coach 2004 ..................San Jose State, defensive coord. (DB) 2005-06 San Jose State, special teams coord. (TE/CB) 2007 ......................San Jose State, assoc. HC (CB/ST) 2008-09 ............San Jose State, defensive coord. (DB)

COACHING EXPERIENCE

1999-2000 ..................Kansas State, student assistant 2001-02 ....................Kansas State, graduate assistant 2003-05..................Kansas State, assistant coach (DE) 2006-07 ............San Diego State, assistant coach (DL) 2008 ................................Kansas, assistant coach (DL) 2009 ......................Kansas State, assistant coach (DE)

1984 ....................Minnesota, graduate assistant coach 1985-88 ............Wisconsin-Oshkosh, defensive coord. 1989 ........................SE Missouri St., defensive coord. 1990 ..................................UNLV, assistant coach (LB) 1991 ..........................Minnesota, assistant coach (DL) 1992-93............................Illinois, assistant coach (LB) 1994 ........................Illinois, assistant head coach (LB) 1995-96 ..........................Illinois, defensive coord. (LB) 1997 ..............Maryland, assist. coach/rec. coord. (LB) 1998 ..........................Michigan State, defensive coord. 1999-2002 ..............South Carolina, assist. coach (LB) 2003 ..................South Carolina, defensive coord. (LB) 2004-05..................Kansas State, assistant coach (LB) 2006-08......................Maryland, defensive coord. (LB) 2009 ................Kansas State, co-defensive coord. (LB)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1984 Liberty Bowl 1993 Freedom Bowl 1995 Cotton Bowl 1996 Rose Bowl

1998 Sun Bowl 1999 Citrus Bowl 2000 Cotton Bowl 2006 New Mexico Bowl

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BOWL EXPERIENCE 1994 Aloha Bowl (Kansas State) 1995 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 1997 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 1997 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State) 1998 Alamo Bowl (Kansas State) 1999 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 2001 Insight.com Bowl (Kansas State) 2001 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 2002 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 2004 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State) 2008 Insight Bowl (Kansas)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1983 Peach Bowl 1992 Holiday Bowl 1994 Liberty Bowl

2001, 2002 Outback Bowl 2006 Champs Sports Bowl 2007 Emerald Bowl

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Coaches

CHARLIE

DANA

MO

DICKEY

DIMEL

LATIMORE

ASSISTANT COACH

CO-OFFENSIVE COORD.

ASSISTANT COACH

OFFENSIVE LINE

RUNNING BACKS

INTERIOR DEFENSIVE LINE

THE DICKEY FILE

THE DIMEL FILE

THE LATIMORE FILE

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

Year at K-State: Second Date of Birth: Dec. 31, 1962 Hometown: Scottsdale, Ariz. Spouse: Lisa Children: Jazmin, Tasha, Shyanne, Charles, Jr., Chanel (deceased)

Year at K-State: 13th Date of Birth: Oct. 9, 1962 Hometown: Columbus, Ohio Spouse: Julie Children: Josey and Winston

Year at K-State: 27th Date of Birth: July 29, 1949 Hometown: Byron, Ga. Spouse: D'Anne Children: M.L., Mallory

EDUCATION EDUCATION

PLAYING EXPERIENCE PLAYING EXPERIENCE

Scottdale C.C, Offensive Line (1981-82) Arizona, Offensive Line (1983-84)

Hutchinson C.C, Offensive Line (1983-84) Kansas State, Offensive Line (1985-86)

COACHING EXPERIENCE COACHING EXPERIENCE 1988 ..................................Arizona, graduate assistant 1989 ..................Scottsdale C.C., assistant coach (OL) 1990-91 ..........Northern Arizona, assistant coach (OL) 1992-2003 ................Arizona, assistant coach (OL/TE) 2004 ........................Washington, assistant coach (OL) 2005-08 ..............................Utah, assistant coach (OL) 2009 ......................Kansas State, assistant coach (OL)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1992 John Hancock Bowl (Arizona) 1994 Fiesta Bowl (Arizona) 1994 Freedom Bowl (Arizona) 1997 Insight.com Bowl (Arizona) 1998 Holiday Bowl (Arizona) 2005 Emerald Bowl (Utah) 2006 Armed Forces Bowl (Utah) 2007 Poinsettia Bowl (Utah) 2009 Sugar Bowl (Utah)

Kansas State (1976), B.A. Physical Education

Kansas State (1986), B.A. Marketing

Arizona (1987), Bachelor’s in Business Admin.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

EDUCATION

1987-88............................Kansas State, graduate assistant 1989-92 ........................Kansas State, assistant coach (OL) 1993-94 ......................Kansas State, run game coord. (OL) 1995-96 ......................Kansas State, offensive coordinator 1997-99 ............................................Wyoming, head coach 2000-02 ..............................................Houston, head coach 2005..................................Kansas State, graduate assistant 2006-07..................................Arizona, assistant coach (TE) 2008 ......................Arizona, associate head coach (TE/RB) 2009 ......................Kansas State, co-offensive coord. (RB)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1993 Copper Bowl (Kansas State) 1994 Aloha Bowl (Kansas State) 1995 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 1997 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 2008 Las Vegas Bowl (Arizona)

Hutchinson Junior College, Guard (1968-69) Kansas State, Guard (1970-71)

COACHING EXPERIENCE 1976-77 ............Kansas State, graduate assistant (offense) 1978-79........................Kansas State, assistant coach (OL) 1980 ............................Kansas State, assistant coach (DE) 1981 ..........................Kansas State, assistant coach (OLB) 1982 ............................Kansas State, assistant coach (DE) 1983-85 ..............Kansas State, assistant head coach (DE) 1986-88 ......................Texas-El Paso, assistant coach (DL) 1989-93 ..............................Missouri, assistant coach (DL) 1994-2009....................Kansas State, assistant coach (DL)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1982 Independence Bowl (Kansas State) 1988 Independence Bowl (UTEP) 1994 Aloha Bowl (Kansas State) 1995 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 1997 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 1997 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State) 1999 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 2001 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 2001 Insight.com Bowl (Kansas State) 2002 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 2004 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State) 2006 Texas Bowl (Kansas State) WWW.K-STATESPORTS.COM 15

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DEL

RICKY

MICHAEL

MILLER

RAHNE

SMITH

CO-OFFENSIVE COORD.

ASSISTANT COACH

ASSISTANT COACH

QUARTERBACKS

TIGHT ENDS

WIDE RECEIVERS

THE MILLER FILE

THE RAHNE FILE

THE SMITH FILE

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

Year at K-State: 14th Date of Birth: Nov. 6, 1950 Hometown: Marengo, Iowa Spouse: Jan Children: Todd, Tad, Troy (deceased)

Year at K-State: Fifth Date of Birth: July 19, 1980 Hometown: Morrison, Colo. Spouse: Jennifer Children: Ryder

Year at K-State: 14th Date of Birth: Nov. 21, 1970 Hometown: New Orleans, La. Children: Kylie, Kenzie, Kason

EDUCATION

EDUCATION Central College (1972), B.A. Physical Education Northern Iowa (1976), M.A. Physical Education

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Central College, (1969-71)

EDUCATION

Kansas State (1995), B.S. Social Science

Cornell (2002), B.S. Industrial and Labor Relations

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Kansas State, Wide Receiver (1988-91)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Cornell, Quarterback (1998-2001)

1972-75 ........................Plainfield High School, head coach 1977-78....................Eagle Grove High School, head coach 1978-88 ............................................Iowa, assistant coach 1989-90................................Kansas State, assistant coach 1991-94 ..............................Kansas State, offensive coord. 1995-98 ............................SW Missouri State, head coach 1999 ................................Kansas State, graduate assistant 2000................................Oklahoma State, offensive coord. 2001 ........................Kansas State, assist. dir. football oper. 2002 ....................................Kansas State, assistant coach 2003-05 ..............................Kansas State, offensive coord. 2006-08 ..........................San Diego State, offensive coord. 2009 ......................Kansas State, co-offensive coord. (QB)

BOWL EXPERIENCE 1982 Rose Bowl 1982 Peach Bowl 1983 Gator Bowl 1984 Freedom Bowl 1986 Rose Bowl 1986 Holiday Bowl 1987 Holiday Bowl

1988 Peach Bowl 1993 Copper Bowl 1994 Aloha Bowl 2001 Insight.com Bowl 2002 Holiday Bowl 2004 Fiesta Bowl

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COACHING EXPERIENCE

2004 ..........................Holy Cross, assistant coach (DL) 2005 ................................Cornell, assistant coach (RB) 2006 ................Kansas State, graduate assistant (Off.) 2007-2008 ............Kansas State, assistant coach (RB) 2009 ......................Kansas State, assistant coach (TE)

1993 ........................Kansas State, student asst. coach 1995-96 ....................Kansas State, graduate assistant 1997-2005 ............Kansas State, assistant coach (RB) 2006 ....................................Rice, assistant coach (RB) 2007 ..............................Arizona, assistant coach (RB) 2008 ..............................Arizona, assistant coach (WR) 2009......................Kansas State, assistant coach (WR)

BOWL EXPERIENCE

BOWL EXPERIENCE

2006 Texas Bowl (Kansas State)

1993 Copper Bowl (Kansas State) 1995 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 1997 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 1997 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State) 1998 Alamo Bowl (Kansas State) 1999 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 2001 Cotton Bowl (Kansas State) 2001 Insight.com Bowl (Kansas State) 2002 Holiday Bowl (Kansas State) 2004 Fiesta Bowl (Kansas State) 2006 New Orleans Bowl (Rice) 2008 Las Vegas Bowl (Arizona)

COACHING EXPERIENCE COACHING EXPERIENCE

2010 SPRING FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS

COREY ADAMS LONG SNAPPER 6-4, 248, SR.-3L MONUMENT, COLO. (LEWIS-PALMER)

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A special athlete who is one of the nation’s top long snappers... A preseason Playboy All-America candidate... Has been perfect on a combined 356 snaps in his three-year career... Considered to be a strong blocker and an effective performer in coverage. 2009: Made one tackle against Massachusetts and recovered a muffed punt vs. Colorado... Voted a player rep by his teammates... Has appeared in all 36 games over the past three seasons... Was perfect on all 55 field goal/PAT snaps and a total of 55 punt snaps... Named K-State’s Special Teams Player of the Year... A First Team Academic All-Big 12 selection. 2008: Played in all 12 games for the second consecutive season... Tallied two tackles on special teams for the season... Anchored the blocking for special teams unit that had just one punt blocked all season... Was perfect on all 69 field goal/PAT snaps and a total of 47 punt snaps... A First Team Academic All-Big 12 selection. 2007: Appeared in all 12 games as the Cats’ long snapper... Helped KState not have a single punt or field goal blocked during the entire season... Collected two tackles on punt coverage during the season... Was perfect on all 75 field goal/PAT snaps and a total of 55 punt snaps. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered and started three seasons at Lewis-Palmer High School... Earned second team All-Jeffco/Springs 5A conference accolades as both a junior and senior... Also picked up honorable mention all-area honors during his high school career... Anchored a special teams unit that did not allow a punt or kick block during 2005 and 2006... Also lettered three years in track & field... Twice qualified for the state 5A meet in the discus... Earned first team all-area honors in the discus in 2006 and second team accolades in 2005... Captured the 2006 Metro League shot put title... Also earned two letters in basketball... Football coach at LewisPalmer was Tony Ramunno... Also worked with long-snapping coach Chris Rubio of Chris Sailer Kicking. PERSONAL: Corey Adams was born July 26, 1989, in Mountain View, Calif... Parents are James and Cynthia Adams... The youngest of three children... Majoring in marketing with a minor in leadership.

JORDAN ALLRED OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-2, 300, SO.-TR THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. (PIERCE CC)

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A big and strong offensive lineman who is currently enrolled and particpiating in spring drills. JUNIOR COLLEGE: A three-star rated prospect by Rivals.com... Named a unanimous first-team offensive lineman in the Western State Conference as a sophomore... Helped the Brahmas to a 7-4 record and a berth in the 2009 regional playoffs... Named to the Region IV All-California Team by the California Community College Football Coaches Association... Also served as the team’s long snapper. HIGH SCHOOL: A first-team all-Marmonte League offensive tackle as a junior and senior... Was named a team captain for the Lancers as a junior... Played guard and tackle, as well as long snapper. PERSONAL: Jordan James Allred was born January 10, 1990... Son of Dan and Tami Allred... Majoring in agribusiness.

Coaches Players

CLYDE AUFNER OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-5, 300, JR.-2L RAYMORE, MO. (RAYMORE-PECULIAR)

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Offensive tackle who is a strong pass blocker with a large wingspan... A returning starter who will help anchor the offensive line in 2010. 2009: Started each game at right tackle in 2009, helping the Wildcat rushing attack gain 179.9 yards per game, the 3rd most in the Big 12. 2008: Appeared in three games during redshirt freshman campaign... Helped lead the Wildcats to a fourth place ranking in the Big 12 in fewest sacks allowed. 2007: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Raymore-Peculiar High School, perhaps the top high school program in the state of Missouri... Helped lead Ray-Pec to Class 5 state titles in 2004, 2005 and 2006... A first team all-state selection as both a junior and senior by the Missouri Coaches Association, the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association and the Kansas City Star... Also earned All-Metro honors from the Kansas City Star as a junior and senior and was a three-time all-conference and all-district performer (2004-05-06)... Served as a captain for the Panthers during his senior season... Anchored an offense that averaged 365 yards and 41 points per game during the past three seasons... Blocked for current Wildcat quarterback Carson Coffman during the 2004 and 2005 seasons at Ray-Pec... Coached by Tom Kruse... Also lettered twice in basketball and once in track & field. PERSONAL: Clyde Aufner was born July 23, 1988, in Kansas City, Mo... Parents are Clyde Aufner and Tina Alyea... Has one sister... Majoring in engineering... Earned the nickname “The Diesel” as a prep for the way he mowed down opponents... Selected K-State over interest from Michigan State, Kansas, Missouri and Colorado State.

JOSH BERARD LINEBACKER 6-1, 212, SR.-1L REDONDO BEACH, CALIF. (EL CAMINO CC)

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A very tough and physical linebacker who will look to battle for a starting position this spring. 2009: Played in six total games throughout the season... had an assisted sack against Texas A&M for a loss of two yards and against Colorado for a three-yard loss. 2008: Redshirted. JUNIOR COLLEGE: A three-star prospect, the No. 68 junior college player in the country by Rivals.com and a two-time All-Mission Conference selection at El Camino Community College Also named a PrepStar JUCO All-American... Collected 54 tackles as a senior, 18 of which were for losses, with 10.5 sacks, one interception and one forced fumble from his rush end position Led the Mission Conference in sacks with 1.05 per game and was third in the conference in tackles for loss Was a unanimous first team Mission Conference American Division selection Collected 68 total tackles, seven for losses, four sacks and 19 quarterback hurries as a freshman in 2006 Helped lead the Warriors to the 2006 California State Championship with a 12-2 record Played for head coach John Featherstone. HIGH SCHOOL: Played running back and defensive end for the Redondo Union Sea Hawks... Was a three-year starter and an all-league and allarea defensive end selection Played for head coach Gene Simon. PERSONAL: Josh Berard was born December 25, 1987 Parents are Felicia and Victor Davis. WWW.K-STATESPORTS.COM 17

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JOSEPH BONUGLI DEFENSIVE BACK 6-0, 194, FR.-HS SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS (EARL WARREN)

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An athletic defensive back who is currently enrolled at K-State and will battle for playing time this spring.

PERSONAL: Henry Prizell Brown was born August 9, 1989, in Austin, Texas... Son of Henry Brown. BROWN’S CAREER STATISTICS Tackles G UA A Total 2009 11 4 6 10 TOTAL 11 4 6 10

TFL .5 .5

Yds 6 6

PD 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0

HIGH SCHOOL: A three-star prospect and the 50th-best safety in the nation by Rivals in 2008... Finished his senior season (2008) with 115 tackles and three interceptions as Warren advanced to the second round of the Texas state playoffs... Tallied 79 tackles and four interceptions as a junior, leading the Warriors to the school’s first district championship... Was a two-time first team all-area, all-district and district defensive MVP selection as a junior and senior... Also earned consecutive first-team allstate honors from the Texas Sports Writers Association... Maintained a 3.7 GPA.

CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 3, vs. Missouri (11/14/09); Solos: 1, four times; TFL: 0.5, vs. Colorado (10/24/09); Sacks: 0.5, vs. Colorado (10/24/09).

PERSONAL: Born on April 4, 1991... Son of Robert and Susan Bonugli... Plans on majoring in pre-med.

A physical linebacker who used a redshirt season in 2009 to develop... Should battle for playing time.

JAVONTA BOYD DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-2, 288, JR.-TR ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. (BUTLER CC)

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A force up front who will battle immediately for playing time this spring... Re-signed with K-State after his second season at Butler Community College.

CLARENCE BUMPAS

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LINEBACKER 6-1, 226, FR.-RS COLORADO SPRINGS, CO. (SIERRA)

HIGH SCHOOL: A three-star prospect and the 65th-ranked outside linebacker in the nation by Rivals ... Named first team all-conference and allarea as a junior and senior... Also earned all-state 4A honors as a senior... Combined for 28 sacks his final two seasons – including 16 as a junior – and recorded 73 tackles his senior campaign... Named 2008 PrepColorado 4A All-State on defense... Was also a state qualifier in the 4x100 and 4x200, as well as a two-year letterwinner in basketball... Named to the school’s honor roll during the fall of 2008.2008. PERSONAL: Born on April 12, 1991... Son of Kristina Bumpas.

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Helped lead the Grizzlies to an 8-3 record and a Region VI and Jayhawk Conference runner-up finish... Was the 43rd rated junior college player in the nation according to Rivals.com... Finished his sophomore season with 54 tackles including 5 tackles for loss... Coached by Troy Morrell.

TROY BUTLER

HIGH SCHOOL: The No. 58 player in the state of Florida and the 30th defensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com... Played both tight end and defensive tackle for Northeast and starred as a center for the Viking basketball team.

A big and physical safety who stepped in and won a staring position last season.

PERSONAL: Javonta Leron Boyd was born September 10, 1988... Son of Soutrone Boyd... Majoring in education.

PRIZELL BROWN DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-2, 265, SR.-1L HOUSTON, TEXAS (BLINN COLLEGE)

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A converted tight end who stepped into a starting role along the defensive front last season. 2009: Started five of the final six games at defensive end, while he saw action in 11 total contests... Totaled 11 tackles on the season... Set a career high with three tackles against Missouri... Carded his first career tackle against Tennessee Tech... Had two stops, including 0.5 TFLs, against Colorado... Also had two tackles at Nebraska. BLINN COLLEGE: A two-year letterwinner for the Buccaneers under head coach Brad Franchione... A SuperPrep JuCo Top 100 player and was rated a three-star prospect by Rivals.com and a two-star prospect by Scout.com following the 2008 season... Hauled in nine passes for 70 yards and three touchdowns as a sophomore en route to second team AllSWJCFC honors... Helped lead Blinn to the 2008 SWJCFC title... Tallied 15 receptions for 117 yards and another three scores in 2007... Also rushed 11 times for 51 yards and a touchdown as a freshman. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year starter for the Connally Cougars.

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DEFENSIVE BACK 6-0, 194, SR.-1L WALDORF, MD. (ANTELOPE VALLEY CC)

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2009: Started 11 games... Reset his career high with 9 tackles at Oklahoma, bettering a 7-tackle performance at Texas Tech... Also tallied his first TFL against the Red Raiders... Also had 5 stops against Kansas... Tallied a career-best 2.0 TFLs against Missouri... Had 3 tackles, including one for a loss, and a pass break up vs. Colorado... Set his original season-high of 4 tackles vs. Iowa State and Louisiana. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Rated as the No. 86 junior college player in the nation and a three-star prospect by Rivals  Helped Antelope Valley win consecutive conference championships Was named a 2008 California Junior College All-American, the 2008 regional defensive player of the year and 2008 American Pacific Defensive Player of the Year Recorded 62 tackles, two interceptions and three forced fumbles in 2008 Returned an interception 67 yards for a touchdown during a game in 2007. HIGH SCHOOL: Played three years for the Gwynn Park Yellow Jackets... Led team to the Maryland state championship and a perfect 15-0 record his senior season... Tallied 11 interceptions as a senior. PERSONAL: Born on May 18, 1987 Son of Carmen Butler Majoring in mass communications and would like to get into sports broadcasting. BUTLER’S CAREER STATISTICS Tackles G UA A Total 2009 12 32 14 46 TOTAL 12 32 14 46

TFL 5.0 5.0

Yds 15 15

PD 2 2

FF FR 0 1 0 1

CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 9, at Oklahoma (10/31/09); Solos: 7, at Texas Tech (10/10/09); TFL: 2.0, vs. Missouri (11/14/09).

2010 SPRING FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS

JOSH CHERRY

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PLACE KICKER 6-0, 190, SR.-3L MCCOOK, NEB. (MCCOOK)

Players

JARELL CHILDS

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LINEBACKER 6-1, 225, SO.-1L KANSAS CITY, MO. (OAK PARK)

One of the Big 12’s top kickers down the stretch who will look to continue to progress as a senior.

A converted running back who will spend the spring learning a new position... A very physical athlete with good speed.

2009: Finished the regular season 3rd in the Big 12 with 11 field goals in conference play... Started the season 1-for-6, but hit 12 of his last 15, including a pair of 47-yarders against Kansas and Missouri... Connected on a career-high 4 field goals against Missouri... His 4 makes were tied for the 2nd most in the Big 12... Hit his first-career field goal at UCLA... Also connected from 39 yards vs. Iowa State... Hit 2 field goals against Colorado... Booted 58 kickoffs for a 62.0-yard average, including 6 touchbacks

2009: Played in 11 total games with 81 yards rushing... Rushed for 26 yards against Tennesse Tech and 53 yards against Texas A&M.

2008: Had two kickoffs for the Wildcats’ special teams that averaged 51 yards a kick... Also appeared on the punt coverage team where he recorded one stop. 2007: Appeared in four games and kicked off 19 times as a true freshman... Totaled 1,135 yards on 19 kickoffs and also collected four tackles, two solo, on kickoff coverage. HIGH SCHOOL: McCook’s primary place-kicker and punter for three seasons... Also started at quarterback and defensive back as a senior in 2006, leading the Bison to a state semifinal appearance and an 11-1 record... Good on 15-of-22 career field goals, with a long of 52 yards... Connected on 129-of-135 (95.6 percent) PATs during his career and averaged of 41.61 yards per punt... Recorded touchbacks on 107-of-218 kickoffs... Passed for 1,017 yards during 2006, his only year at quarterback, connecting on 47-of-81 attempts with 12 touchdowns... Also rushed for 596 yards and nine TDs... Recorded 63 tackles and three interceptions as a defensive back in 2006... Selected as the 2006 Nebraska Class B Player of the Year by the Omaha World-Herald and was a first team Super State selection at punter by the Lincoln Journal-Star... Also earned a spot on the Lincoln Journal-Star (kicker), Omaha World-Herald (punter and defensive back) and Associated Press (defensive back) 2006 Class B all-state teams and was named the McCook Daily Gazette Class B player of the year... Picked up first team Class B all-state honors as a junior from both the Lincoln Journal-Star and Omaha World-Herald as a kicker... Started at kicker for the West squad in the 2007 U.S. All-American Bowl Classic in Shreveport, La... Helped guide McCook to Class B state championship game appearances as both a sophomore and junior... Also lettered in basketball and track & field... Helped lead McCook to the 2006 state track & field title, capturing the 800 in a time of 1:55.378 that broke a 32-year-old school record. PERSONAL: Joshua Cherry was born Dec. 23, 1988, in Kearney, Neb... Parents are Pat and Melanie Cherry... Has a younger brother, Austin... Plans on pursuing a degree in the medical field. CHERRY’S CAREER STATISTICS Kicking FGM-A Pct. 1-19 20-29 2009 12-20 60.0 0-0 4-5 TOTAL 12-20 60.0 0-0 4-5

30-39 5-8 5-8

40-49 3-5 3-5

50+ 0-1 0-1

CAREER-HIGHS - Field Goals: 4, vs. Missouri (11/14/09); Long: 47, twice

2008: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked as the No. 15 prospect in the state of Missouri by Rivals and 11th in the state by Scout.com Played at Oak Park High School... First team all-district by the Kansas City Star at defensive back Named second team all-state at defensive back by the Missouri Football Coaches Association Also named to the PrepStar All-Region team Rushed for 1,580 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior Selected to play in the Missouri vs. Kansas All-Star game Was a standout performer at the 2007 Kansas City Nike Combine, finishing first among running backs and 10th overall in the bench press (26 reps) One of the leading rushers in Kansas City in 2006, Childs had 1,333 yards and also had 38 tackles on defense Played for head coach Keith Ross Also lettered in track and basketball. PERSONAL: Jarell Childs was born January 4, 1990 Parents are Angela Childs and Vernon Baston Brother, Jaron Baston, plays football at Missouri.

CARSON COFFMAN QUARTERBACK 6-3, 211, SR.-3L PECULIAR, MO. (RAYMORE-PECULIAR)

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Intelligent quarterback who will compete for the starting position after serving as the backup for three seasons...Voted a player rep by his teammates. 2009: An intelligent quarterback who started the season for K-State, finishing 14-of-27 for 182 yards and a career-high 2 touchdowns against UMass... Also recorded a touchdown run vs. UMass... Was 13-of-25 for 178 yards at Louisiana... Recorded career highs in completions, attempts and yards at UCLA... Had a solid game against Tennessee Tech, going 8-for-9 for 131 yards, good for a 211.16 rating... Also ran for his 2nd score of the season... Came off the bench at Texas Tech to go 11-for-16 for 131 yards, including a long of 52... Voted a player rep and team captain by his teammates. 2008: Saw the most action of his career against North Texas, going 9-for18 for 74 yards... Had a great game vs. Nebraska, going 5-for-8 for 74 yards and one rushing TD... Also threw a career-long 51-yard pass... Threw his first career TD pass at Missouri... Completed 25 passes on 41 attempts and one touchdown for the season. 2007: Appeared in four games on the season in a reserve role... Was 3for-5 passing for 22 yards on the season with a long of 12 yards... Completed his first career pass against Missouri State... His eight-yard completion to Jordy Nelson against Baylor gave the wide receiver the KState record for catches in a season. 2006: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Raymore-Peculiar High School, where he was a two-year starter at quarterback... Threw for 3,196 yards, 42 touchdowns and just eight interceptions as a prep... Led Ray-Pec to Class 5 state championships in 2004 and 2005... Picked up all-conference and allstate honors as both a junior and senior... Named the Missouri Class 5 Offensive Player of the Year in 2005... Coached by Tom Kruse.

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PERSONAL: Carson Thomas Coffman was born April 29, 1988... Son of Paul and Amy Coffman... Father, Paul, played tight end at K-State for three seasons (1975-77), followed by an 11-year career in the NFL... Brother, Chase, was a standout tight end at Missouri.

FRANK DELARUE

COFFMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS PASSING G ATT CMP INT YDS TD 2009 6 117 71 4 860 2 2008 6 41 25 2 282 1 2007 4 5 3 0 22 0 TOTAL 16 163 99 2 1164 3

Physical back who will provide depth at the running back position.

LG 64 51 12 64

PCT AVG/P AVG/G EFFIC 60.7 7.4 143.3 121.2 61.0 6.9 47.0 117.0 60.0 4.4 5.5 97.0 60.7 7.1 72.75 119.43

CAREER-HIGHS - Attempts: 34, at UCLA (9/19/09); Completions: 20, at UCLA (9/19/09); Yards: 193, at UCLA (9/19/09); TD: 2, vs. UMass (9/5/09); Long Pass: 64, vs. Tennessee Tech (9/26/09).

WILLIAM COOPER OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-4, 269, FR.-RS HAYTI, MO. (HAYTI)

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Offensive lineman who will continue to develop following a redshirt season... Very intelligent player who will use the spring to develop. HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the Missouri Football Coaches Association All-State First Team in Class 1 A first team all-region selection for Hayti High School along the offensive line Earned First Team SEMO South All-Conference honors Also averaged 13.0 points and 7.0 rebounds as a senior on the hardwood Played for head coach David Gilmore Valedictorian of his 2008 high school class. PERSONAL: Born on February 7, 1990 Parents are William, Sr. and Betty Cooper.

BILLY COSH QUARTERBACK 6-1, 219, FR.-HS GAMBRILLS, MD. (ARUNDEL)

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Record-setting quarterback who graduated early and will participate in spring practice to begin development... Son of K-State defensive coordinator Chris Cosh. AT ARUNDEL HIGH SCHOOL: A three-star quarterback who set many single-game, season and career passing records in the state of Maryland over his junior and senior seasons... Holds the Maryland state records for passing yards in a season (3,913), touchdowns in a season (56), attempts (292) and completions in a season (448)... Ranks first in Maryland high school history with 112 career touchdown passes... Broke the Maryland Public School record by throwing for 7,433 career yards... Also finished as the state’s all-time leader in total yards with 7, 882... Earned first-team all-metro, all-county and all-state honors as a junior and senior... Named the 2009 Player of the Year by the Washington Post and the co-Player of the Year by the Baltimore Sun... Named to MDVarsity.com’s All-Decade team... Named to Prep Star’s All-Region team... The No. 46 quarterback in the nation and 19th-best prospect in the state of Maryland accroding to Rivals.com.... Led the Wildcats to an 11-1 record and a berth in the 4A regional finals in 2009... Finished his career with a 22-3 record as Arundel’s starting quarterback... Participated in the Maryland Crab Bowl. PERSONAL: William Christopher Cosh was born March 5, 1992... Son of Chris and Mary Cosh... Father, Chris, is the Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator for K-State... Majoring in communications.

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RUNNING BACK 5-7, 212, JR.-1L WICHITA, KS. (KAPAUN MT. CARMEL)

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2009: Appeared in one game, but did not record any statistics. 2008: Appeared in two games, but did not record any statistics. 2007: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A two-year starter at Kapaun Mt. Carmel High School... Earned first team All-State honors in 2006 as a running back... Also received first team Kansas Coaches Association All-State honors... Helped the Crusaders to a 5-5 record, and District Championship in 2006... Is the Kapaun Mt. Carmel all-time leading rusher with over 4000 career yards... Coached by Dan Adelhardt PERSONAL: Frank Delarue was born in Suffolk, England... Parents are Frank and Karin Delarue... Hobbies include, Scouts, camping and storm chasing... Plans to major in Kinesiology.

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PUNTER/KICKER 6-3, 188, SO.-1L KATY, TEXAS (SOUTH CAROLINA)

Very talented punter who will look to improve upon a successful freshman campaign. 2009: A talented punter who finished 6th in the Big 12 with a 41.9-yard average in conference games... Had a career day against Kansas when he hit 3 punts for a 46.3-yard average, including a 53-yarder, which tied his career high... Also dropped a season-high 3 punts inside the 20-yard line against the Jayhawks... Came back to boot one punt, a 49-yarder, which was downed inside the 20-yard line... Hit 4 punts for a 43.2-yard average, including 2 punts over 50 yards, at UCLA... Also had a 43.7-yard average at Oklahoma with one punt inside the 20... Rated the No. 18 kicker by Rivals his senior year... Also a Prep All-American by numerous publications. 2008: Sat out after transferring from South Carolina. HIGH SCHOOL: Helped Katy High School to a 16-0 record and the 2007 Class 5A Division II state title in his senior season Averaged 42.7 yards per punt during senior season... Tallied 57 touchbacks on 108 kickoff attempts Rated the No. 18 kicker by Rivals his senior year... Prep AllAmerican by numerous publications. PERSONAL: Born June 19, 1989... Parents are Russell and Marcie Doerr. DOERR’S CAREER STATISTICS No. Yds Long Punting G 2009 12 38 1565 53 TOTAL 12 38 1565 53

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LOGAN DOLD DEFENSIVE BACK 6-0, 185, JR.-2L GARDEN PLAIN, KAN. (GARDEN PLAIN)

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OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-5, 283, JR.-1L BREMAN, KAN. (MARYSVILLE)

A converted running back who spent the 2009 season making the transition to defense... Also a contributor on special teams.

A tall and mobile offensive lineman who will continue to develop and begin to push for playing time at one of the tackle positions.

2009: Total of six tackles throughout the season... Tallied two assisted tackles against UMass and Texas A&M and one against Missouri... Had one unassisted tackle against Colorado.

2009: Saw action in two games as a reserve tackle.

2008: Appeared in 10 games, starting three at running back... Team’s third leading rusher with 336 yards on 82 carries and three touchdowns... Rushed 21 times for 115 yards and a score at Texas A&M... Picked up his third score of the season vs. Oklahoma... Recorded his first collegiate touchdown against Montana State... Only lost yardage on a rush three times this past season, all one-yard losses. HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the KFBCA Kansas Top 11 and was a first team all-state selection at Garden Plain after a stellar senior season... Also named to the PrepStar All-Region team A two-way player that led Garden Plain to its first-ever state title in 2007 and a perfect 14-0 record Rushed for 2,388 yards and 49 total touchdowns and added 787 passing yards and seven touchdowns in his final prep season In the state title game, Dold finished with 289 yards rushing and five touchdowns and completed 6-of-7 passes for 112 yards and a touchdown Played running back, quarterback and defensive back during high school career Named the 11-man Offensive Player of the Year in 2007 by the Hutchinson News Ran for 7,144 yards for his high school career, which ranks second all-time in the state of Kansas for all classes... Also totaled 109 touchdowns for his career Rushed for 1,859 yards in 2005 and then had 1,538 yards in 2006 Played for head coach Todd Puetz. PERSONAL: Logan Dold was born June 23, 1989 Parents are Joyce Bilson and Kurt Dold.

ETHAN DOUGLAS OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-6, 295, SO.-SQ BASEHOR, KAN. (BASEHOR LINWOOD)

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Offensive lineman who continues to make strides and push for playing time. 2009: Appeared in two games as a reserve offensive lineman. 2008: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked as the No. 14 prospect in the state of Kansas by Rivals... A Class 4A first team all-state selection at Basehor Linwood High School by the KFBCA An honorable mention All-Metro selection by the Kansas City Star Also named to the PrepStar All-Region team Earned second-team all-Kaw Valley honors in 2006 after playing both left tackle and defensive tackle Played for head coach Steve Hopkins Also lettered in track and wrestling. PERSONAL: Ethan Douglas was born November 27, 1989 Parents are Ingrid and Kenny Douglas.

2008: Saw action in two games as a reserve tackle... Got into the game against North Texas and Montana State. 2007: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year starter and three-year letterwinner at Marysville High School... Coached by Brad Hammett... A two-time allleague and two-time all-state selection as an offensive lineman... A twoyear letterwinner in basketball... Also lettered four years in track & field, claiming third in the shot put as a senior at the state meet. PERSONAL: Kaleb Henry Drinkgern was born January 12, 1989, in Beatrice, Neb... Son of Warren and Mary Lee Drinkgern... Majoring in business administration.

ANTONIO FELDER DEFENSIVE END 6-2, 244, SR.-2L WARNER ROBINS, GA. (BUTLER CC)

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A physical defender who could play defensive end or linebacker... Will continue to develop and could be poised for a breakout season. 2009: Started 8 of the final 9 games... Tallied a career-best 5 tackles at Oklahoma and Nebraska... Also had 1.5 TFLs vs. the Huskers... Tallied 4 tackles, including a sack, against Kansas... Tallied his first career sack against Tennessee Tech... Recorded 3 tackles against Missouri and Texas Tech. 2008: Saw action in all 12 games as a reserve linebacker/defensive end... Totaled eight tackles on the season, four assisted and four solo... Collected one tackle for loss and also had one pass breakup... Had two tackles in three games... Collected two unassisted stops against both Missouri and Iowa State and had two assisted tackles against North Texas. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Sat out the 2007 season at Butler County Community College with a knee injury A three-star prospect and the No. 84 junior college player in the nation by Rivals who boasts tremendous speed on the edge Also a three-star prospect by Scout.com A 2007 preseason All-America selection Collected 32 tackles, five sacks and 50 pressures as a freshman Also collected three quarterback knockdowns, 10 tipped passes and recovered one fumble Was a key part of Butler County’s 23-1 record over the 2006 and 2007 seasons Played for head coach Troy Morrell. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Bryan Way at Warner Robins (Ga.) High School Helped lead the Demons to an undefeated record and a 4A state title in 2004 as a junior Totaled 54 tackles and seven sacks as a junior Also lettered in basketball and track. PERSONAL: Antonio Felder was born July 26, 1988 Parents are Eddie Mae and Terry Felder.

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THOMAS FERGUSON DEFENSIVE BACK 5-11, 204, SO.-1L GRAND PRAIRIE, TEXAS (SOUTH)

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A physical defensive back who earned playing time as a true freshman last season. 2009: Played in 11 games, including a start against Missouri... Tallied one tackle in 4 different games. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-star prospect and the 79th-best cornerback in the nation by Rivals Started as a sophomore at Grand Prairie South, helping his team finish 10-2 to clinch the bi-district championship Collected 44 tackles, seven sacks, two pass break ups and a forced fumble during his senior season Named the sophomore district defensive MVP in 2006, was an honorable mention all-district pick in 2007 and a firstteam all-district selection in 2008. PERSONAL: Born on September 27, 1990 Son of Thomas, Sr., and Beverly Ferguson.

TIM FLANDERS RUNNING BACK 5-9, 211, FR.-RS MIDWEST CITY, OKLA. (MIDWEST CITY)

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An athletic and powerful back and benefitted from a redshirt season in 2009... Will look to break into rotation this spring. MIDWEST CITY HIGH SCHOOL: Rated the 31st-best athlete in the nation and the No. 9 player in the state of Oklahoma by Rivals... Rushed for 5,143 yards and 65 touchdowns throughout his high school career, including 2,153 yards and 34 touchdowns during his senior season... Also recorded 231 receiving yards with four touchdowns throughout his career... Rushed for 1,604 yards and 20 scores as a junior and 1,386 yards and 11 touchdowns as a sophomore... Also recorded 171 tackles and five interceptions on defense... Earned first team all-city, all-district, all-conference and all-state, as well as being named the Oklahoma Gatorade Football Player of the Year in 2008. PERSONAL: Brother, John, plays defensive back for Tulsa.

COLTEN FREEZE OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-4, 300, JR.-2L LIBERTY, MO. (LIBERTY)

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Athletic offensive lineman who possesses excellent mobility for his size... Broke into starting rotation in 2009 and will look to compete for a starting job this season. 2009: Started one game on the offenseive line against Louisiana... Saw action in four games as a reserve. 2008: Started his redshirt freshman campaign in a reserve role, playing on the line where needed... Claimed his first start of his career agianst instate rival Kansas at left guard... Went on to make two more consecutive starts to close the season... Helped K-State rank fourth in the Big 12 in fewest sacks allowed. 2007: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter at Liberty High School... Saw action at both right guard and right tackle through his career... Key component of a Liberty offense that produced 1,658 yards on the ground and 1,636 yards through the air in 2006... Anchored a Bluejay offensive line that only allowed 13 sacks... Named to the 2006 Kansas

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City Star Missouri Class 6 all-state first team... An honorable mention allstate selection by the Missouri Coaches Association... Also earned first team all-district honors and second team Suburban Big 7 accolades as a senior... Helped the Liberty offense generate over 2,100 rushing yards and 1,500 passing yards as a junior... Coached by Pat Hansen... Also lettered in track & field. PERSONAL: Colten Freeze was born August 4, 1988, in Springfield, Mo... Parents are Mark and Vernada Freeze... Cousin, Joe Brown, played football at Central Missouri State, while uncle, Kevin Freeze, played basketball at Pittsburg State... Majoring in art.

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PUNTER 5-9, 187, SR.-2L BELOIT, KAN. (BELOIT)

Athletic punter who specialized in pinning teams deep in short-yardage punting situations. 2009: Punted 16 times for 555 yards... Had 11 punts downed inside the 20-yard line and 21 total punts that were not returned.... Averaged 34.7 yards a punt and had a long of 51. 2008: Walk-on who took over the punting duties after drilling at wide receiver... Punted 33 times for 1,256 yards in nine games... Averaged 38.1 yards a kick on the season... Had six kicks downed inside the 20-yard line... Punted five times for a 38.6-yard average at Missouri... Hit two punts for a 45.5-yard average at Louisville... Called on to pin Louisiana inside the 20-yard line twice... Hit a career-long 55-yarder vs. Texas Tech. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years and started three for the Beloit Trojans under coach Jon Bingesser... Honorable mention all-Kansas Class 3A running back by the Topeka Capital-Journal... Selected all-league first team punter his sophomore, junior and senior seasons... Averaged over 40 yards per punt as a senior... Rushed for 700 yards and compiled 500 receiving yards a senior... Also lettered four years in basketball and track & field, helping Beloit capture two state track titles. PERSONAL: Darrell John Fulhage was born Feb. 20, 1988... Son of Scott and Cyndy Fulhage... Has one sibling, Camille... Majoring in education, with the intent to become a history teacher and coach... Father played at K-State and then went on to play in the NFL for the Falcons and Bengals... Involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes. FULHAGE’S CAREER STATISTICS Punting G NO 2009 8 16 2008 9 33 TOTAL 17 49

YDS 555 1256 1811

LG 51 55 55

AVG 34.7 38.1 37.0

CAREER HIGHS - Long: 55, vs. Texas Tech (10/4/08).

GABE GANTZ TIGHT END 6-5, 253, SR.-1L PERRY, KAN. (PERRY-LECOMPTON)

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Big tight end who will look to make an impact at the position or on special teams in his final season. 2009: Appeared in one game as a reserve. 2008: Appeared in nine contests as a member of several special-teams units. 2007: Did not see any playing time as a member of the scout team. 2006: Redshirted.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years and started three for the Kaws under coach Mike Paramore... Part of a league champion team his senior year... Named second team all-league as a tight end... Also lettered three years in basketball and two years in baseball. PERSONAL: Gabriel Neil Gantz was born Feb. 12, 1988... Parents are Neil and Nancy Gantz... Involved in 4-H and Big Brothers & Big Sisters... Majoring in agricultural technology.

DAVID GARRETT

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DEFENSIVE BACK 5-7, 175, JR.-1L CLEVELAND, OH. (FORT SCOTT CC)

Young defensive back who stepped in immediately last season and earned a starting role. 2009: Joined the team halfway through fall camp and started the first 4 games... Had his best game as a Wildcat at UCLA when he had 7 tackles, including 5 solos... Made 3 stops and forced a fumble against Iowa State before carding 6 tackles at Texas Tech... Carded 4 tackles against UMass, while bringing down 3 ball carriers against Missouri. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played the 2008 season for the Fort Scott Greyhounds as a strong safety, earning All-Jayhawk Conference honorable mention honors... Helped Fort Scott earn a 9-2 record and a No. 6 national ranking in 2008... Recorded 70 tackles, including 52 solo stops, while intercepting two passes and forcing one fumble... Carded a season-high eight tackles on two occasions, against Kilgore College and Dodge City CC... Also tallied one pick against each school... Collected seven tackles against Air Force Prep and six stops against Hutchinson CC... Also returned seven kickoffs for a 19.7-yard average. HIGH SCHOOL: Played his senior season at Harvey High School in Painsville, Ohio... Helped the Raiders earn a 7-3 record en route to a league championship... Was a two-star prospect by both Rivals and Scout out of high school... Earned scholarship offers from Iowa, Bowling Green, Kent State, Toledo and Indiana, while receiving interest from Kansas, Nebraska and Akron. PERSONAL: David L. Garrett was born Nov. 23, 1987, in Cleveland, Ohio... Son of Joe Carter and Chanell Garrett. GARRETT’S CAREER STATISTICS Tackles G UA A Total 2009 11 16 13 29 TOTAL 11 16 13 29

RAPHAEL GUIDRY DEFENSIVE TACKLE 6-4, 279, JR.-2L TEXAS CITY, TEXAS (LA MARQUE)

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Yds 0 0

PD 0 0

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An explosive defensive lineman who made his way into the playing rotation last season... Will look to continue to develop this spring. 2009: Started 6 games as a sophomore... Had a career-best 6 tackles in his first career start against UMass... Had a 4-tackle effort at UCLA, while carding his first career TFL... Carded 3 stops vs. Iowa State and 2 tackles at Texas Tech. 2008: Saw action in nine games in his first season of action... Recorded three tackles against both Iowa State and Kansas... Finished the season with 12 total tackles, four solo and eight assisted. 2007: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A key member of La Marque’s 2006 Class 4A Division II state championship team... Helped guide La Marque to a 27-2 record dur-

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ing his junior and senior seasons, including a stellar 15-1 mark in 2006... Named TexasHSFootball.com’s Class 4A first team all-state and to the overall statewide second team (all classes)... A first team Class 4A Region III selection as well as a unanimous first team all-district 23-4A pick... Named to the 2006 All-Greater Houston Area 4A second team... Racked up 86 tackles, five sacks and forced five fumbles for a defense that yielded just 208.1 total yards and 11.8 points per game... Helped lead La Marque to a 12-1 record and a berth in the 4A Division II state semifinals as a junior... Finished with 70 tackles, 10 for losses, six sacks and three interceptions... Coached by Bryan Erwin... Also lettered in baseball. PERSONAL: Raphael Guidry was born Jan. 16, 1989, in Galveston, Texas... Son of Lee Ann and Avery (deceased) Guidry... Has an older brother, Avery, Jr. GUIDRY’S CAREER STATISTICS Tackles G UA A Total 2009 12 10 9 19 2008 9 4 8 12 TOTAL 13 25 21 46

TFL 2.0 0.0 11.5

Yds 10 0 42

PD 0 0 12

FF FR 0 1 0 0 0 0

CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 6, vs. UMass (9/5/09); Solos: 4, at UCLA (9/19/09); TFL: 1.0, at UCLA (9/19/09); Sack: 0.5, vs. Tennessee Tech (9/26/09).

ZACH HANSON OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-8, 313, JR.-1L SACRAMENTO, CALIF. (SACRAMENTO CC)

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One of the tallest offensive linemen in the country at 6-8... Benefitted from a redshirt season in 2008 and will look to earn a starting role at left tackle this season. 2009: Saw action in all 12 games as a reserve tackle and on special teams. 2008: Redshirted. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played one year at guard for the 4-6 Sacramento City College Panthers under head coach Mike Clemons. HIGH SCHOOL: Played two years for the Linden Lions under coaches Tim Patterson and Mike Huber... Team won the Mother Lode League and was the section runner-up... Named all-league, all-area and second team all-state following his senior season in 2006... Also lettered two years in basketball and was an honor roll student all four years. PERSONAL: Zach Hanson was born Feb. 13, 1988... Parents are Earl and Sandy Hanson... Brother, Matt, plays football at Midwestern State.

BRANDON HAROLD DEFENSIVE END 6-5, 264, JR.-1L EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL. (EAST ST. LOUIS)

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A freshman All-American in 2008 who battled through injury last season... Should return to full strength and contend for All-Big 12 honors in 2010. 2009: Made only appearance of the season at Texas Tech after battling an injury during the first five games... Carded one tackle, which went for a one-yard loss, against the Red Raiders. 2008: Appeared in all 12 games, starting the final 10... A freshman AllAmerican by Sporting News, the FWAA, Phil Steele and College Football News... Also an honorable mention All-Big 12 performer... Finished the year with 45 total tackles, 10.5 for loss, three sacks and two forced fumbles... Ranked first nationally among freshmen with 10.5 tackles for loss, ninth in the Big 12 Conference with 10.5 tackles for loss, first in the Big WWW.K-STATESPORTS.COM 23

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12 among freshmen defensive linemen in tackles, seventh in the Big 12 among all defensive linemen in total tackles, fifth in the Big 12 among all freshmen defenders with 45 total tackles and second in the Big 12 among freshmen with 3.0 sacks... Was one of 11 Wildcats with at least 40 tackles... Also led K-State in tackles for loss... Turned in six stops, including two for a loss, and a forced fumble at Colorado... Recorded a career-high seven tackles against Louisiana to go along with a career-best two sacks and three tackles for loss... Recorded five tackles, two of which went for loss, and collected his first career sack at Louisville... Recorded three takedowns, including 0.5 for loss, in his debut against North Texas... Followed that up with a monstrous game vs. Montana State, collected six tackles, including three for a loss of seven yards. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-star prospect by Rivals.com and the No. 39 prospect in the nation at defensive end Received all-conference and all-state honors at defensive lineman for East St. Louis High Named the St. Louis Area Defensive Player of the Year... Collected 91 tackles with eight sacks as a junior and 82 tackles with five sacks and three forced fumbles as a senior Helped lead the Flyers to a 22-3 record over his final two seasons Also a two-year starter on the basketball team. PERSONAL: Brandon Harold was born February 24, 1990 Parents are Chanda and Marvin Haynes. HARRISON’S CAREER STATISTICS Tackles G UA A Total 2009 1 1 0 1 2008 12 24 21 45 TOTAL 13 25 21 46

TFL 1.0 10.5 11.5

Yds 1 41 42

PD 0 1 12

FF FR 0 0 2 0 0 0

CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 7, vs. Louisiana (9/27/08); Solos: 5, at Colorado (10/18/08); TFL: 3.0, twice; Sacks: 2.0, vs. Louisiana (9/27/08).

CHRIS HARPER WIDE RECEIVER 6-1, 234, SO.-RS WICHITA, KAN. (OREGON)

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Athletic wide receiver who should make an immediate impact in 2010 after transferring from Oregon. 2009: Redshirted after transferring from the University of Oregon. 2008: Became Oregon's first player in eight years to run, pass and catch a touchdown in the same season... Converted from quarterback to wide receiver after the first five games, catching two passes for 25 yards and a touchdown against UCLA in his first game of full-time duty at the position... Oregon's fifth-leading rusher and receiver ran for a season-high 60 yards and one TD in his collegiate debut vs. Washington and caught five passes for 85 yards and another score at Arizona State... His 62-yard touchdown catch against the Sun Devils proved to be the team's seventhlongest offensive scoring play of the season... Enjoyed his best day as a passer by completing 4-of-6 passes for 40 yards and one touchdown vs. Utah State... Replaced injured QB Justin Roper in overtime at Purdue and engineered the winning scoring drive. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a PrepStar All-American and Rivals.com four-star recruit... Ranked the second-best overall prospect in the state of Kansas and the No. 14 player in the country at his position... Ranked 97th on the ESPN 150 ledger among all prep seniors... Completed 55 percent of his passes while accumulating 761 yards and eight passing touchdowns... Also rushed for 506 yards and 10 scores his senior year for the Grizzlies, who ended the year with a 7-3 record and advanced the first round of the state playoffs... Passed for nearly 500 yards ran for 1,000 yards in 2006, combining for 20 total TDs... Led Northwest to the Class 6A state basketball title as a sophomore... Ran for more than 1,000 yards as a prep freshman running back at Collegiate High School before transferring to Northwest for his final three seasons.

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PERSONAL: Christopher Deon Harper was born Sept. 10, 1989, in Wichita, Kan... Son of William Jr. and Paula Harper... Has one brother, William Harper III.

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DEFENSIVE BACK 5-11, 183, SR.-1L DALLAS, TEXAS (PLANO WEST)

Former walk-on who developed into a starter at defensive back... Will look to anchor the corner position in 2010. 2009: An athletic defensive back who started 7 of the final 8 contests... Recorded 11 passes defended to rank 7th in the Big 12 and tied for 33rd nationally... Started his first game against Iowa State, recording a careerhigh 5 tackles... Also had 5 stops at Nebraska and 4 vs. Texas A&M. 2008: Did not see any playing time as a member of the squad. 2007: Did not see any playing time as a member of the squad. 2006: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time defensive MVP at Plano West under coach Mike Hughes... Named 1999 Plano Athlete of the Year. PERSONAL: Born Feb. 10, 1988... Son of Greg and Jackie Harrison... Enjoys playing basketball... Majoring in business... Career goals include being a sports agent. HARRISON’S CAREER STATISTICS Tackles G UA A Total 2009 11 17 8 25 TOTAL 12 17 8 25

TFL 1.0 1.0

TYSYN HARTMAN DEFENSIVE BACK 6-3, 206, JR.-2L WICHITA, KAN. (KAPAUN MT. CARMEL)

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A very athletic and intelligent player who is primed for a big season. One of the top defensive backs in the Big 12... Voted a player rep by his teammates. 2009: Earned honorable mention All-Big 12 honors from the league’s coaches... Named a midseason All-Big 12 performer by Phil Steele... Finished 4th on the team in tackles... Intercepted 5 passes on the season, the most since James McGill had 6 in 2003... Also broke up 6 passes, giving him 11 passes defended... Finished the regular season tied for second in the Big 12 and 19th nationally in interceptions, while he was tied for 10th in the league and 48th in the NCAA in passes defended... Began the season by intercepting 2 passes against UMass, the first Wildcat to do so since 2006... Recorded one interception against Tennessee Tech... Had 5 tackles, one pass breakup and a fumble recovery vs. Iowa State... Tallied 4th interception vs. Texas A&M, picking off Jerrod Johnson for the first time in 226 attempts... Intercepted a pass at Nebraska and returned it 42 yards, the longest INT return by a Wildcat since the last game of 2008... Recorded 6 or more tackles on 4 different occasions, including 7 against Kansas and Louisiana... Academic All-Big 12 and All-District pick. 2008: Former backup quarterback who moved to the secondary prior to the Louisiana game... Appeared in all 12 games, starting the final eight... Finished the season with 49 total tackles, 32 solo... Recorded six stops at Kansas... Recorded a career-best nine tackles against Nebraska... Was second on the team in tackles against Texas Tech with eight, including six solos... Came back with another eight stops at Texas A&M... Was in the top three in tackles for the Wildcats four times... Also converted first downs on three fake punts, rushing for a total of 13 yards... A First Team Academic All-Big 12 selection.

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2007: Redshirted.

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HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year starter at both quarterback and defensive back at Kapaun Mt. Carmel High School... Led the Crusaders to a 5-5 record, a district title and a berth in the Kansas 5A playoffs in 2006... Amassed 1,652 yards of total offense as a senior... Threw for 978 yards and 11 touchdowns on 78-for-146 passing, while rushing for 674 yards and six scores on 74 attempts... Earned first team 5A all-state honors at defensive back from the Topeka Capital-Journal, Wichita Eagle and the KFCA... Named second team all-city and honorable mention all-state as a quarterback... Completed 104-of-193 passes for 1,420 yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior... Also rushed for 382 yards and 11 TDs on 60 attempts during the 2005 season... Named honorable mention all-state and all-city as a junior quarterback... Coached by Dan Adelhardt. PERSONAL: Tysyn Hartman was born August 9, 1989, in Hays, Kan... An open option major... Parents are Frank and Karin Delarue... Has a younger brother, Frank, a running back for the Wildcats... Father, Kerry Henderson, played running back at Texas Southern and briefly with the N.Y. Jets. HARTMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Tackles G UA A Total 2009 12 34 20 54 2008 12 32 17 49 TOTAL 24 66 37 103

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FF 1 0 1

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CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 9, vs. Nebraska (11/15/08); Solos: 7, at Texas A&M (10/11/08); INT: 2, vs. UMass (9/5/09); PD: 4, vs. UMass (9/5/09).

ADRIAN HILBURN WIDE RECEIVER 6-1, 195, SR.-1L NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS (SAN FRAN. CC)

LINEBACKER 5-11, 251, JR.-2L ST. LOUIS, MO. (OAKVILLE)

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Physical linebacker who will look to be a leader at the linebacker position in 2010... Voted a player rep by his teammates. 2009: Had a great game against Tennessee Tech, carding 10 stops, while tallying 3.0 TFLs... Topped double-digits in tackles for the 2nd-straight game against Iowa State, tying his career high with 11 tackles, a K-State season high... Became the first Wildcat since 2006 to record back-to-back double-digit tackle games... Turned in 4 tackles at Texas Tech and another 4 stops and one pass break up vs. UMass... Had 3 tackles at Oklahoma, including one for a loss. 2008: Saw action in all 12 games and started the final six at linebacker... Finished second on the team with 68 tackles... Averaged 8.2 tackles per game over the final seven contests after averaging just two tackles per game the first five games... Recorded at least nine tackles the final four games... Tallied a career-best 11 tackles vs. Iowa State - including 1.5 sacks - and returned his first career interception 51 yards... Had nine tackles against Nebraska... Collected 10 tackles at Missouri, besting his previous best of nine at Kansas... Also had one sack against the Tigers... Earned his first-career start at Colorado as he carded six tackles and one pass breakup... Followed that with a seven-tackle effort against Oklahoma... Also had six takedowns, including one for a loss, at Texas A&M... Recorded five stops against Louisiana... A First Team Academic All-Big 12 selection. 2007: Redshirted.

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A very athletic wide receiver who will look for another strong spring and should compete for a starting spot.

HIGH SCHOOL: A four year letterwinner at Oakville High School...Totaled 80 tackles in 2005 and 2006... Awarded team defensive player of the year honors in 2006... Awarded all-state honorable mention honors... Selected all-conference in 2006... Coached by Arlee Conners... A two-year letterwinner in baseball where he earned all-conference and all-state honorable mention honors.

2009: Saw action in three contests as a reserve wide receiver and on special teams.

PERSONAL: Alex Hrebec was born on October 5, 1988, in St. Louis, Mo... Son of Janet Hrebec.

2008: Received a medical hardship after being injured in the third game of the season.

JOHN HUBERT

JUNIOR COLLEGE: A three-star prospect by Rivals and the No. 43 junior college prospect in the nation The fifth-best junior college receiver prospect according to Rivals Caught 40 passes for 516 yards and three touchdowns in 2007 at San Francisco City College Helped lead San Francisco to a 10-1 record, a NorCal Conference title and the California Community College Athletic Association football championship Caught 27 passes for 366 yards and six touchdowns as a freshman Attended same junior college as former Wildcats Alesana Alesana, Brett Jones and Maurice Porter Played for head coach George Rush. HIGH SCHOOL: All-district wide receiver after leading the Canyon Cougars (TX) in receptions Served as a kickoff return man and played some defensively... Helped lead the team into state quarterfinals during senior campaign Was a three-year letterwinner and also ran track and participated in powerlifting Coached by Les Davis. PERSONAL: Adrian Hilburn was born May 6, 1987 Son of Herbert Hilburn and Annette Crespo... Has five older siblings Cousin, Eric Mitchum, is a professional track and field athlete Majoring in business management.

RUNNING BACK 5-7, 182, FR.-RS WACO, TEXAS (MIDWAY)

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A very elusive running back who will look to contribute following a redshirt season... Will also look to contribute in the return game. 2009: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Led a 12-2 team to the state quarterfinals his senior season... Named the 2008 Super Centex Offensive Player of the Year and first team all-state from the Associated Press and the Texas Sports Writers Association after rushing for 2,853 yards and 41 touchdowns as a senior.... A member of the Waco Tribune Herald Texas Top 100 list... Named Waco Midway’s Most Valuable Player in 2007 and 2008... Named the 2007 and 2008 District 16-4A Offensive Player of the Year... Ranked No. 33 in the Lone Star Recruiting's Texas Top 100 and the No. 4 running back in Texas... Broke the Waco city single-season rushing record of 2,524 held by former University High and current NFL Pro Bowler LaDainian Tomlinson... Rushed for 1,747 yards and 22 touchdowns as a junior in 2007 en route to Super Centex Newcomer of the Year honors... A threestar prospect by Rivals. PERSONAL: Born on February 24, 1991... Son of Jabbar Lindsey and Tamara Hubert... Cousin of Perrish Cox, former defensive back at Oklahoma State.

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ZACH KENDALL OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-2, 312, SR.-2L PECULIAR, MO. (HARRISONVILLE)

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PAYTON KIRK DEFENSIVE END 6-5, 264, JR.-1L LIBERTY, MO. (LIBERTY)

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Physically gifted player with excellent work habits... A proven starter who has seen time at both center and guard on offense.

Big, tough defensive end who excels in stopping the run... Has continued to show development and will provide depth at the defensive end spot.

2009: Started all 12 games at guard and helped pave the way for Big 12 rushing leader Daniel Thomas.... Made his 17th-career start at left guard at Nebraska... Helped the Wildcat rushing attack gain 179.9 yards per game, the third-most in the Big 12.

2009: Saw some playing time in seven games this past season with one assisted tackle.... Also was very valuable on special teams.

2008: Started five straight games beginning with Lousiana, two at left guard and then three at center, before not playing at Kansas... In the five games he started the offense managed 2,114 yards, averaging 422 yards per game... The Wildcats ran for over 100 yards in four of the games in which he started. 2007: Did not see any game action as a member of the squad. 2006: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Helped lead Harrisonville High School to three straight Class 3 state title game appearances, including state championships in both 2003 and 2005... Overall, Harrisonville posted a combined 39-3 record during his sophomore, junior and senior seasons... Selected as the 2005 Missouri Class 3 Defensive Player of the Year by the Missouri Football Coaches Association... Also a Class 3A all-state first teamer as a senior by the Kansas City Star and the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association... Collected 74 tackles, including nine sacks and two fumble recoveries en route to all-state accolades as a junior... Had 46 stops with seven sacks as a sophomore... Coached by Fred Bouchard... Also lettered in basketball and track & field as a prep. PERSONAL: Zach Kendall was born April 25, 1988... Son of Curtis and Sandra Kendall... Has a sister, Brooke... Participated in a show choir in high school... An education major.

RAY KIBBLE DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-4, 296, SO.-TR HOUSTON, TEXAS (NAVARRO JC)

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Big and strong defensive tackle that will look to provide immediate depth in the middle of the Wildcat line. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Rated a three-star prospect by Scout.com and Rivals.com... A Second Team All-Southwest Junior College Football Conference (SJCFC) selection as a defensive lineman in 2009... Helped Navarro JC to a second-place finish in the SJCFC. HIGH SCHOOL: Named second team all-district in 2006 and 2007 before earning first-team honors in 2008... Named the defensive MVP at Alief Hastings HS after recording eight sacks in the 2007 season. PERSONAL: Ray L. Kibble was born January 22, 1990... Son of Latasha Kibble... Plans to major in kinesiology.

2008: Saw action in six games, playing on the defensive front and field goal block team... Had one stop and blocked one extra point. 2007: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three letters and was a two-year starter at Liberty High School... Started at both defensive tackle and defensive end and also played on the offensive line during his prep career... A 2006 second team Class 6A all-state selection by the Missouri Football Coaches AssociationNamed to the 2006 Kansas City Star Class 6A All-District team... Also earned first-team Suburban Big 7 honors at defensive line, and second-team Suburban Big 7 honors at offensive line as a senior... Recorded 50 tackles (36 solo), while tallying eight tackles for losses and four sacks in 2006... Had 37 tackles and two sacks, earning all-area honors as a junior... Served as a team captain... Coached by Pat Hansen... Earned two letters in track & field, competing in the discus and 400 meters. PERSONAL: Payton Kirk was born Dec. 11, 1988, in Tulsa, Okla... Parents are Brian and Terri Kirk... Has a younger sister, Piper... Majoring in secondary education... Career plans include either coaching or athletic training... Cousin, Andy Thorn, played tight end for the Dallas Cowboys... Cousin, Justin Kirk, played linebacker at Northern Iowa.

COLLIN KLEIN QUARTERBACK 6-5, 233, SO.-1L LOVELAND, COLO. (LOVELAND)

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A rising quarterback who has good size and also is very mobile... A true field general who will compete for the quarterback position this spring while also provide depth at wide receiver if needed. 2009: Appeared in all 12 games at either wide receiver or on special teams... Earned two starts at wide receiver...Caught six passes for 38 yards and a touchdown on the season... First career touchdown reception came against Texas A&M,a 16-yarder... Set career highs with two catches each against Iowa State and Texas A&M. 2008: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-star rated prospect by Rivals.com Also tabbed as the seventh-best prospect in the state of Colorado by Scout.com Earned first team honors for Loveland in the Northern Conference in 2007 after completing 116-of-176 passes (65.9 percent) for 1,398 yards and 12 touchdowns Also named to the PrepStar All-Region team Rushed for 745 yards and 10 touchdowns Had 1,457 passing yards with 15 touchdowns in 2006 Also contributed 403 yards rushing and five scores Holds school records for completion percentage (66-percent) and all-purpose yards Named to the Reporter-Herald All-Area basketball team and garnered all-Front Range League honors after scoring 16.9 points and 6.6 rebounds per game as a junior. PERSONAL: Collin Klein was born Sept.19, 1989 Parents are Kelly and Doug Klein Hobbies include playing the piano, violin and mandolin.

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EMMANUEL LAMUR DEFENSIVE BACK 6-4, 219, JR.-1L WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. (INDEPEND. CC)

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CORNELIUS LUCAS

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OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-8, 312, FR.-RS NEW ORLEANS, LA. (EDNA KARR)

A physical safety who made an immediate impact last season... Will look to help anchor a solid defensive backfield in 2010.

A big offensive lineman who will battle for playing time at tackle following a redshirt season.

2009: Led the team with 68 tackles, including a career-high 10 against Missouri... Had 3 interceptions in Big 12 play, which was tied for 5th in the conference... Was instrumental in K-State’s victory over Colorado when he intercepted 2 passes, which were tied for 10th in the nation for INTs in a single game... Also carded 5 tackles against the Buffaloes... Came back with another 5 stops at Oklahoma and vs. Kansas, and 7 tackles against Nebraska... Tied for 2nd in the Big 12 with two blocked kicks, including an Iowa State extra point with 0:32 left to give K-State a one-point win... Also finished with 7 stops vs. the Cyclones... Led the team with 6 tackles, including his first TFL, against A&M... Finished with 5 tackles, one pass break up and a blocked field goal attempt against UMass in his K-State debut... Had 6 stops at Louisiana, while he recovered one fumble.

2009: Redshirted.

JUNIOR COLLEGE: A three-star prospect by Rivals... Collected 45 tackles in nine games with one sack and two interceptions as a freshman in 2008 at Independence CC... Named to all-conference second team.

TOMASI MARINER

HIGH SCHOOL: Led King’s Academy to an 8-4 record as a senior in 2007... Earned first team All-Palm Beach County honors and honorable mention all-state accolades... Recorded 70 tackles, three interceptions and two forced fumbles as a senior. PERSONAL: Born on June 8, 1989... Son of Jean and Carolle Lamur. LAMUR’S CAREER STATISTICS Tackles G UA A Total 2009 12 44 24 68 TOTAL 12 44 24 68

TFL 1.0 1.0

Yds 1 1

PD 5 5

FF FR 0 2 0 2

CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 10, vs. Missouri (11/14/09); Solos: 7, vs. Missouri (11/14/09); TFL: 1.0, vs. Texas A&M (10/17/09); INT: 2, vs. Colorado (10/27/09); PD: 2, twice.

HIGH SCHOOL: A two-star prospect by Rivals... A three-year starter who helped the Cougars clinch consecutive district championships in 2007 and 2008... Earned first team all-district honors and was named the outstanding offensive lineman of the year... Invited to play in the Crescent City and Sportsman Paradise All-Star Games... Named second team alldistrict as a junior in 2007... Was named to the school’s honor roll. PERSONAL: Born on July 18, 1991... Son of the late Cornelius Lucas III and Priscilla Jones... Plans to major in engineering.

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-3, 311, FR.-HS TOPEKA, KAN. (WASHBURN RURAL)

Local offensive line product who enrolled at semester and will use the 2010 season to develop and gain experience. AT WASHBURN RURAL HIGH SCHOOL: A two-star prospect by Rivals... Named class 6A all-state defensive lineman by Topeka Capital-Journal and the Kansas Football Coaches Association in 2008... Was an All-City Top 11 pick... Helped the Junior Blues to a 5-4 record... Earned first team All-Centennial League honors on offense and second team honors on defense as a senior. PERSONAL: Born June 19, 1991... Son of Blessing and Mary Mariner... Currently enrolled at K-State and will participate in spring practices.

CODY MARLEY SAMMUEL LAMUR QUARTERBACK 6-4, 221, JR.-RS WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. (JOLIET JC)

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An athletic quarterback who will battle for starting duties this spring following a redshirt season. 2009: Redshirt season... Earned Kansas State’s Red Raider Award, annually given to the top contributor on the scout squad. JUNIOR COLLEGE (JOLIET): Rated a two-star prospect by Rivals.com following the 2008 season... Played in eight games for the Wolves, completing 25-of-58 passes (43.1-percent) for 358 yards and one touchdown... Also ran 19 times for 48 yards and one touchdown.

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LINEBACKER 5-10, 230, FR.-HS DENTON, TEXAS (GUYER)

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A fearless and strong linebacker who will look to develop and look to break into the rotation in his first season. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated a three-star prospect and the 72nd best inside linebacker in the nation by Rivals.com in 2008... Led Guyer to the Class 4A Division I state semifinals in 2008... Named a Top-50 linebacker by the Dallas Morning News. PERSONAL: William Cody Marley was born October 2, 1990... Son of Tammie and Steve Marley... Undecided on major.

JUNIOR COLLEGE (INDEPENDENCE): Played seven games for the Pirates... Completed 18 of his 44 pass attempts (40.9-percent) for 217 yards... Also rushed four times for 11 yards. PERSONAL: Born June 8, 1989... Son of Jean and Carolle Lamur... Twin brother, Emmanuel, is a defensive back for Kansas State.

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KENNETH MAYFIELD OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-4, 338, SR.-2L RANDALLSTOWN, MD. (RANDALLSTOWN)

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MATT PEARSON DEFENSIVE BACK 6-0, 190, JR.-TR. WICHITA, KAN (HUTCHINSON CC)

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Big, powerful offensive lineman who will help anchor an offensive line that returns four of five starters from a year ago.

A physical defensive back who will look to compete for a starting corner spot right away after transferring in at semester.

2009: Started each of the final 10 games and also saw time against Massachusetts and Louisiana... Helped the Wildcat rushing attack gain 179.9 yards per game, the 3rd most in the Big 12.

JUNIOR COLLEGE: A two-year starter at safety for the Blue Dragons... Earned honorable mention honors in the Jayhawk Conference as a defensive back... Recorded 49 tackles, including five for loss, in 10 games last season... Also intercepted one pass and recovered one fumble, helping Hutchinson Community College earn its first bowl victory since 2004.

2008: Saw action as a part of the field goal unit and as a reserve. 2007: Did not see any playing time as a member of the squad. 2006: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A two-way player during his career at Randallstown High School... Recorded 77 pancake blocks and was a dominant offensive lineman as a senior... Also collected 78 total tackles as a defensive lineman in 2005... Named to the Baltimore Sun 2005 All-Baltimore County first team offense... Also a second team All-Baltimore Metro pick by the Sun... Earned all-division honors as a junior offensive lineman. PERSONAL: Kenneth Arthur Mayfield was born Nov. 22, 1988, in Baltimore, Md... Parents are Kenneth and Gail Mayfield... Father is a doctor, while mother is a teacher... Aunt, by marriage, is Lisa Leslie.

ANDRE MCDONALD TIGHT END 6-8, 282, FR.-RS CHOCTAW, OKLA. (CHOCTAW)

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A big and physical tight end who has beefed up significantly in the offseason... Will look to break into the rotation at tight end. 2009: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: A two-star prospect by Rivals... Lettered three seasons at tight end for the Yellow Jackets... Also lettered one season in basketball and three seasons in baseball. PERSONAL: Born December 19, 1990... Son of Andre and Robin McDonald.

PERSONAL: Matthew David Pearson was born October 25, 1989... Son of Rebecca and David Pearson... Majoring in kinesiology... Currently enrolled at K-State and will participate in spring practices.

GEORGE PIERSON PUNTER 5-11, 204, SR.-1L ARLINGTON, VA (TYLER JC)

Senior punter who will look to add depth to the position... Possesses a very strong leg. 2009: Redshirted. 2008: Punted the ball 10 times in his first year at K-State averaging 40.5 yards... Had a season long punt of 51 yards against North Texas. JUNIOR COLLEGE: A three-star prospect by Scout.com Averaged 43.2 yards on 42 punts in 2007 at Tyler Junior College Garnered AllAmerica honors in 2007 Had a career-long 75-yarder in 2007 Named to the All-Southwest Junior College Football Conference First Team as a punter. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Hargrave Military Academy in 2005 Ranked as the No. 7 punter in the nation by Scout.com in 2005 out of Yorktown High School. PERSONAL: George Pierson was born January 12, 1987 in Pretoria, South Africa Parents are Lloyd and Elida Pierson.

WILLIAM POWELL TORELL MILLER DEFENSIVE BACK 6-2, 207, SO.-1L NEW ORLEANS, LA. (O. PERRY WALKER)

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A talented safety who will look to improve upon a freshman season that saw him earn playing time early in his career. 2009: Saw playing time in four games as a true freshman... Totaled four tackles on the season, all of which came against Texas Tech... Tallied first career interrception against Texas A&M. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-star prospect, the 90th-best safety and the 38thbest player in louisiana by rivals... lettered three seasons for the chargers, playing defensive back, quarterback, wide receiver and handling the kicking duties... totaled over 150 tackles and eight interceptions... also played receiver where he caught 53 receptions for 840 yards and 13 touchdowns... earned a all-district honors as a junior and season and was selected to play in the inaugural all-Louisiana paradise bowl all-star game. PERSONAL: Born November 13, 1990... Parents are Paul and Kathy Miller. 28 KANSAS STATE FOOTBALL

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RUNNING BACK 5-9, 205, SR.-SQ DUNCANVILLE, TEXAS (NAVARRO JC)

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Powerful running back who showcased tremendous work ethic last season and will look to break into the rotation as a senior. 2009: Appeared in six games as a reserve and on special teams... Recorded two special teams tackles on the year, one each against Oklahoma and Missouri. NAVARRO COLLEGE: Played two seasons at Navarro under head coach Nick Bobeck... Rushed 139 times for 937 yards and eight touchdowns... His 937 yards were second best in the Southwest Junior College Football Conference and 16th best in the National Junior College Athletic Association... Also caught four passes for 52 yards and one touchdown... Earned First-Team All-SWJCFC accolades as a sophomore... Tallied 61 carries for 401 yards and six scores as a freshman. HIGH SCHOOL: Played under Jeff Dicus at Duncanville High School in Duncanville, Texas.

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AUBREY QUARLES

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WIDE RECEIVER 5-11, 202, SR.-3L AURORA, COLO. (SANTA ROSA JC)

Smart and disciplined wide receiver that will be counted on to produce this season after a redshirt year in 2009. 2009: Redshirted. 2008: Played in all 12 games in his first season as a Wildcat including making four starts... In his first game he grabbed six passes for 57 yards against North Texas... Followed that up with a two-catch, 52-yard and one touchdown performance versus Montana State... Went on the road against Louisville and hauled in six passes for 62 yards... Turned in his best showing of the season statistically against Texas A&M where he caught nine passes for 102 yards... Finished fourth on the team in total recepetions (34) and fifth in total yards (407). JUNIOR COLLEGE: A four-star prospect by Rivals.com and Scout.com and the No. 20 junior college prospect in the nation Earned pre-season All-American honors in 2007 for Santa Rosa Also named a PrepStar JUCO All-American Played wide receiver and returned kicks for the Bear Cubs Had 28 receptions for 363 yards and a state-leading eight touchdowns through four games before breaking his collar bone and missing the rest of his sophomore season Also averaged 38.8 yards on five kickoff returns, including two for touchdowns Named first team All-NorCal Conference wide receiver in 2006 after catching 67 passes for 1,054 yards and 12 touchdowns Also tabbed a First Team JC Gridwire All-American in 2006. HIGH SCHOOL: A two-time All-Colorado wide receiver at Grandview for head coach Rocky Whitworth The No. 5 overall prospect in the state of Colorado, the same list that current Wildcat Chris Carney was rated as the No. 13 prospect Accounted for 906 yards of total offense in seven games as a senior, after missing the first six games of the season Caught 30 passes for 572 yards and five scores as a junior Also returned three kicks and three punts for a touchdown, and had two more called back from penalties Was named first-team all-state after catching 61 passes for 1,041 yards and five touchdowns as a sophomore. PERSONAL: Aubrey Quarles was born Feb. 8, 1988 Son of Aubrey Quarles, Sr. and Antwoinette Waiters Brother, Clyde Surrell, played football at Colorado... Also has a younger brother, Austin. QUARLES’ CAREER STATISTICS Receiving G Rec Yds TD 2008 12 34 407 1 TOTAL 12 34 407 1

Lg 36 36

Rec/G 2.8 2.8

Avg/C Avg/G 12.0 33.9 12.0 33.9

CAREER-HIGHS - Catches: 9, vs. Texas A&M (10/11/08); Yards: 102, vs. Texas A&M (10/11/08) ; Long Catch: 36, vs. North Texas (8/30/08); Touchdowns: 1, vs. Montana State (9/6/08).

KEVIN ROHLEDER LINEBACKER 6-0, 219, SR.-3L WICHITA, KAN. (BISHOP CARROLL)

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Rugged play-making linebacker who reads offenses well and plays fast... Will look to compete for a starting spot and continue to contribute on special teams. 2009: Appeared in all 12 games as a reserve... Set a new career high with 5 tackles at Oklahoma... Had 3 tackles in the season opener against UMass before setting a new career high with 4 stops - including 3 solos - against Tennessee Tech... Tied previous career best with 4 stops vs. Texas A&M and set a new high with 4 solo stops vs. Colorado.

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2008: Saw action in five games, used mostly as a reserve linebacker... Had a three-tackle effort on the road against Lousiville... Followed by two stops against Texas Tech... Finished the year with seven total tackles and also contributed on special teams. 2007: Appeared in five games as a reserve linebacker and on special teams... Totaled seven tackles on the season, including four solo... Had two solo stops against Missouri State... Collected a season-high three tackles at Fresno State. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year starter at Bishop Carroll High School... Helped the Eagles to a 28-5 record during his three years in the program... Led the Eagles to a 10-2 record, a second-place finish in the Wichita City League and the 2006 5A state semifinals... Recorded 105 tackles, including 30 tackles for losses, four interceptions and one fumble recovery as a senior... Also blocked a PAT.... Earned first team 5A allstate honors from both the Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita Eagle... Was also an All-City League first teamer and an All-Metro pick... Recorded 60 tackles during his junior season, despite missing four games due to injury... An All-City honorable mention pick as a sophomore... Selected to represent the West squad in the 2007 Kansas Shrine Bowl... Coached by Alan Schuckman... Also wrestled as a freshman and earned three letters in track & field as a sprinter... Helped lead Carroll to the 2005 5A state championship in track & field. PERSONAL: Kevin Rohleder was born Nov. 20, 1988, in Wichita, Kan... Son of Al and Maureen Rohleder... Majoring in business. ROHLEDER’S CAREER STATISTICS Tackles G UA A Total 2009 12 20 9 29 2008 5 4 3 7 2007 5 4 3 7 TOTAL 22 28 15 43

TFL 0 0 0 0

Yds 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CAREER-HIGHS - Tackles: 5, at Oklahoma (10/31/09); Solos: 4, vs. Colorado (10/24/09).

BLAKE SLAUGHTER LINEBACKER 5-10, 225, SO.-1L MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS (ELKINS)

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A physical linebacker who continues to develop and provide depth at the linebacker position. 2009: Saw action in eight total games this past season... Tallied a total of three unassisted tackles. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-star rated prospect by Rivals.com and Scout.com Named one of the top 100 players in Texas by Rivals.com Rated as the No. 22 middle linebacker in the nation by Scout.com Named to the preseason Touchdown Club All-Greater Houston team Also named to the PrepStar All-Region team Missed most of senior season at Elkins High after an ACL injury in the second game of the season Collected 25 tackles and two sacks in the first two games of the season Set the record for tackles for the Knights when he recorded 124 tackles including 11 for loss and five sacks during junior season Also nabbed an interception and recovered two fumbles Had 58 tackles and an interception during sophomore season Also excelled in the classroom Named to the National Society of High School Scholars and also Randy Rodgers’ First Team Academic All-State team. PERSONAL: Blake Slaughter was born March 14, 1990 Parents are Ava and Steve Slaughter.

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BRODRICK SMITH WIDE RECEIVER 6-2, 206, SO.-RS GARDEN CITY, KAN. (MINNESOTA)

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TERRANCE SWEENEY DEFENSIVE BACK 5-8, 176, SR.-1L HOUSTON, TEXAS (BLINN COLLEGE)

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Talented receiver who will compete for a starting position immediately after transferring from Minnesota.

Veteran defensive back who will look to step up and provide depth and leadership at one of the corner positions.

2009: Redshirted after transferring from the University of Minnesota.

2009: Played in each of the final five games of the season and collected five tackles, including three unassisted.

2008: Earned playing time in 12 games for Minnesota, including two starts... Recorded five catches for 50 yards and one touchdown... Was a scholar-athlete award winner... Tallied his first career reception on a twoyard pass at Ohio State... Registered a a seven-yard reception at Purdue... Earned his first career start against Northwestern... Hauled in his first career touchdown on a 43-yard pass and finished with two receptions for 45 yards at Wisconsin. HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Garden City High School... Rushed for 1,446 yards and 20 touchdowns, while he passed for 700 yards and four scores in 2007 as the Buffaloes' starting quarterback... Earned first team Class 6A All-State honors from the Kansas Football Coaches Association, Wichita Eagle and Topeka Capital-Journal... Also a second-team Top 11 (all classes) pick by the Topeka Capital-Journal... Named the 2007 Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year... A Garden City Telegram all-area (all class) selection in both 2006 and 2007... Rushed for a school-record 361 yards and four touchdowns in a 42-28 win over Dodge City... Had a 93-yard interception return for a score against Wichita Northwest... Rushed for 1,300 yards and 15 touchdowns and passed for 700 yards and six TDs as a junior... Earned all-state honors as a defensive back in 2006... An honorable mention all-league selection as a sophomore... Also earned allstate accolades in basketball in 2006. PERSONAL: Brodrick Terrell Smith was born Dec. 20, 1989, in Garden City, Kan... Son of Laura Smith and Lawrence Tolbert... Has one sibling... Father, Lawrence Tolbert, lettered as a wide receiver at Kansas State from 1986-88... Has one son, Blake

SHELDON SMITH WIDE RECEIVER 5-11, 180, SR.-1L CULVER CITY, CALIF. (CERRITOS)

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Speedy receiver who will look to break into playing rotation and also look to contribute in the return game. 2009: Played in six total games, starting one against Louisiana... Caught three passes for 27 yards, including a career-long of 18 against UCLA. CERRITOS COLLEGE: Named Second Team All-Mission Conference National Division in 2007... Led the team with 35 reactions for 453 yards and seven touchdowns as a freshman... Grabbed a season-high seven receptions for 87 yards against Pasadena City College... Caught touchdown passes in six of the team’s nine games during his first season... Grabbed 36 receptions for 398 yards and six touchdowns as a sophomore in 2008... Caught at least one pass in all 11 games, including a fivecatch performance against Riverside... Hauled in a pair of touchdown passes against Citrus. PERSONAL: Born December 7, 1989... Parents are Ivan Smith and Dorset Vactor.

JUNIOR COLLEGE: A one-year letterwinner at Blinn College... Made 44 tackles and also returned eight kickoffs for 244 yards, including a 70yarder... Coach by Brad Franchione. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner at Westfield High School, where he was an all-district running back... Led his team to a district championship and the state finals. PERSONAL: Terrance Charles Sweeney was born April 25, 1987, in Houston, Texas... Grandson of Earlene Sweeney... Related to LSU football player Danny McCray... Majoring in kinesiology.

TRAVIS TANNAHILL TIGHT END 6-3, 254, SO.-1L OLATHE, KAN. (EAST)

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Will look to step in the starting role at tight end after seeing playing time last season as a true freshman. 2009: Saw time in two-tight end sets in all 12 games... Made his first career reception against Tennessee Tech, a 16-yarder... Carded a careerlong 21-yard reception against Texas A&M... Finished the season with two catches for 37 yards. HIGH SCHOOL: A three-star prospect by Scout.com and the 13th-best player in the state of Kansas A tight end at Olathe East who also played quarterback and punted Helped lead Olathe East to three straight district titles Was a KFBCA all-state punter as a senior Also named to the PrepStar All-Region team Garnered all-league, all-state and allmetro honors as a senior in 2007 Played for head coach Jeff Meyers Also played basketball and ran track Was the state champion in the javelin as a sophomore Also set the school record in the javelin. PERSONAL: Travis Tannahill was born February 8, 1990 Parents are Mendy and Nathan Tannahill.

KEENAN TAYLOR OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-4, 278, FR.-RS TULSA, OKLA. (BOOKER T. WASHINGTON)

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Athletic and strong lineman that benefitted from a redshirt season in 2009... Will look to break into the rotation at one of the guard positions. 2009: Redshirted. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL: A three star prospect and the 33rd-best prospect in the state of Oklahoma by Rivals... Was a 2008 all-state selection by The Daily Oklahoman... Led Booker T. Washington to its first state title since 1984 as the 2008 squad went 13-1... Earned a 3.0 GPA. PERSONAL: Born July 16, 1991... Son of Anthony and Chequita Taylor... Brother, Anthony, Jr., played center at Tulsa.

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KADERO TERRELL LINEBACKER 6-1, 237, JR.-RS EUSTIS, FLA. (GARDEN CITY CC)

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A very fast and physical linebacker who will look to bounce back from an injury suffered last fall. 2009: Redshirted. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Redshirted in 2008 as a member of the Garden City practice squad Two-star prospect by Rivals.com. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter for the Eustis Panthers in football and basketball Second-Team All-Florida in football and basketball... Contributed to a district championship in 2006 for the football team. PERSONAL: Born August 6, 1987 Parents are Ernest Lecky and Kimberly Ellison Majoring in Kinesiology.

DANIEL THOMAS RUNNING BACK 6-2, 228, SR.-1L HILLIARD, FLA. (NW MISSISSIPPI CC)

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A Doak Walker and All-America candidate who will lead the Wildcat offense in 2010... Led the Big 12 in rushing a year ago and is poised for another standout season. 2009: Earned Big 12 Offensive Newcomer of the Year honors, while also being named First Team All-Big 12... Named a midseason All-Big 12 performer by Phil Steele... Finished the regular season as the Big 12’s leader in rushing yards, attempts and yards per game... His 247 attempts were 2nd in school history, while his 1,265 yards ranked 4th in school history and 2nd among juniors... in Tied for first in the Big 12 and 6th in school history with 5 100-yard rushing games... Was 6th in the Big 12 in all-purpose yards per game (128.9)... His 1,547 all-purpose yards are tied for the 11th most in school history... He also finished the regular season 12th in the league in total offense per game (109.6), the most by a non-QB... Completed the regular season 22nd nationally in rushing yards per game and 10th in rushing attempts... Became the 9th player in school history with 1,000 rushing yards in a season against Kansas... Finished 4th in school history and and 2nd among juniors with 1,265 yards... Was the 4th fastest to 1,000 yards in school history on 192 attempts... Rushed 247 times, the 2nd most in school history... Was involved in 34.4-percent of K-State’s offensive plays... Rushed 24 times for a career-high 185 yards vs. Kansas, the most by a Wildcat since Darren Sproles broke the school record with 292 in 2004... His effort against the Jayhawks topped his previous career high of 145 yards vs. Colorado... Scored 4 rushing touchdowns against Texas A&M, the most in the Big 12 and the 2nd most in school history... Rushed 16 times for 88 yards and one touchdown against Oklahoma... Also completed a 41-yard halfback pass to Brandon Banks in the third quarter and threw a pass to Jeron Mastrud for K-State’s first two-point conversion since the Louisville game last year... Tallied 104 yards against UMass and 136 at Louisiana, becoming the first K-State back since 1966 to record two 100-yard games in the first 2 games of their career... Also threw a 3-yard touchdown pass at UL... Rushed 26 times for 139 yards and one TD vs. Tennessee Tech, while he had 96 yards on 25 rushes and 5 catches for 38 yards vs. Iowa State. JUNIOR COLLEGE: A four-star prospect by Rivals.com and the No. 35 junior college prospect in the nation... Also a three-star prospect by Scout.com... Rated as the No. 8 JUCO prospect in the state of Mississippi by the Sun Herald... Rushed for over 500 yards and seven touchdowns as a freshman and helped lead Northwest to a division championship... Accounted for 618 yards and six touchdowns last season on 103 carries... Also threw for 450 yards and two scores... A JUCO All-American.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Rushed for 1,100 yards and 11 touchdowns at quarterback as a senior... Threw for 936 yards and added 11 touchdowns... Also chipped in 57 tackles and one interception as a senior safety... Earned allstate honors as both a quarterback and linebacker... All First Coast Team... Team MVP. PERSONAL: Daniel Thomas was born October 29, 1987... Parents are Jerald and Louella Thomas. THOMAS’ CAREER STATS Rushing G Rush Yds Avg. TD Long 2009 12 247 1265 5.1 11 40 TOTAL 12 247 1265 5.1 11 40 CAREER-HIGHS - Rushes: 27, at Louisiana (9/12/09); Yards: 185, vs. Kansas (11/7/09); TD: 4, vs. Texas A&M (10/17/09); Long Rush: 40, vs. Kansas

DARIOUS THOMAS

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DEFENSIVE BACK 5-11, 181, S0.-1L DALLAS, TEXAS (CEDAR HILL)

Saw significant playing time as a true freshman and will compete for a starting spot at one of the corner positions. 2009: Appeared in nine games, started one and totaled 11 tackles on the season... Carded a break-up against Colorado... Had a great game at Oklahoma, collecting six stops... Also played vs. Kansas, recording 3 tackles. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated a two-star prospect by Rivals.com and Scout.com following the 2008 season... A three-year letterwinner, who was named first team all-district and all-area as a senior, while he also served as the team's captain... Made 50 tackles, tallied six interceptions, forced nine forced fumbles and recovered three others as a senior... Named second-team all-district as a junior after recording 98 tackles, three interceptions, five fumble recoveries and 10 forced fumbles... Also carded 71 tackles, four interceptions and three fumbles recovered as a sophomore... A three-year letterwinner and an all-district honoree in track. PERSONAL: Darious Duntae Thomas was born August 8, 1991, in Dallas, Texas... Son of Benjamin Thomas and Regina Mason... Has one sister, Tiffany... Majoring in business administration.

COURTNEY THOMPSON DEFENSIVE BACK 5-9, 181, FR.-HS MIRAMAR, FLA. (EVERGLADES)

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Athletic corner that enrolled at semester and will look to develop and provide depth to the position. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner as a defensive back and quarterback, while also competing in track and field... Recorded 50 tackles, 13 pass breakups and a team-leading four interceptions as a junior in 2007... Led team to an 8-3 record as a quarterback in 2008, good for third in the district and fourth in the county... Completed 85-of-140 passes for 975 yards and 10 touchdowns... Also rushed for three scores... Named to the 6A-4A Honorable Mention All-Broward County Team by the Miami Herald... Was a state finalist in the 110-meter hurdles in 2007 with a time of 13.98... Finished eighth in the Florida State High School Athletic Association 3A-4A State Meet. PERSONAL: Born July 16, 1991... Son of Will and LaVora Thompson.

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TRAMAINE THOMPSON

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WIDE RECEIVER 5-7, 165, FR.-RS JENKS, OKLA. (JENKS)

ZACH TRUJILLO TIGHT END 6-4, 240, FR.-HS EDMOND, OKLA. (DEER CREEK)

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Speedy wide receiver that will look to compete for a starting spot as well as make an impact in the return game.

Young tight end who will continue to develop and provide depth... Could also see time on special teams.

2009: Redshirted.

AT DEER CREEK HIGH SCHOOL: Played four seasons for the Antlers, making two state playoff appearances... Was a standout on both sides of the ball as he recorded 39 career receptions for 628 yards and 10 touchdowns, rushed 40 times for 183 yards and two touchdowns, and recorded 200 tackles – including 11 sacks – and four interceptions... Named first team all-Edmond and all-district in 2008... Also an honorable mention allstate selection by The Daily Oklahoman as a senior... Was selected for the Class 5A West All-Star Team by the Oklahoma Football Coaches Association.

HIGH SCHOOL: A three-star prospect and the No. 27 all-purpose back in the nation by Rivals... First team all-state kick returner by The Daily Oklahoman and second team all-state receiver by Tulsa World as a senior... First team all-state receiver by Oklahoma Coaches Association... First team All-Metro kickoff returner... Named No. 2 receiver in the region by Tulsa World... As a senior, finished with 31 carries for 550 rushing yards and four touchdowns... Caught 47 passes for 729 yards and six touchdowns... Had one kickoff return for a touchdown and three punt returns for touchdowns... Helped lead team to 6A championship game in 2008 and played in annual Oklahoma high school All-Star game... Helped lead the Trojans to state championships in 2006 and 2007... Caught 35 passes for 625 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior... Had three rushes for 84 yards, 11 punt returns for 122 yards (11.09 avg) and four kickoff returns for 130 yards (32.5 avg) in 2007.

DAHRNAZ TIGNER

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DEFENSIVE BACK 6-2, 236, JR.-2L POMPANO BEACH, FLA. (ELY)

Big, physical safety who sees the field well and makes good decisions. 2009: Redshirted. 2008: Appeared in eight games, mostly serving as a special teams player... Played on the kickoff coverage team where he had two stops. 2007: Appeared in just one game, at Oklahoma State, but did not register any statistics as a true freshman. HIGH SCHOOL: Had an outstanding senior season at Ely High School, his first as a starter for the Tigers... Helped Ely to a 7-4 record and a berth in the 2006 Class 5A playoffs... Totaled 110 tackles, 11 tackles for loss, five interceptions, five fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles... An honorable mention selection to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel Class 6A5A-4A team... Also picked up honorable mention honors on the Miami Herald All-Broward 6A-4A team... Represented Team USA at the 2007 Global Junior Football Championship as a free safety... Coached by Greg McGirt... Also lettered in basketball and track & field at Ely... Placed seventh in the triple jump (41-08.75) and 10th in the long jump (20-05.00) at the Broward County Track Championships as a junior. PERSONAL: Dahrnaz (DAR-naz) Tigner (TIG-ner) was born July 11, 1989, in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla... Parents are Curtis Tigner and Ernestine Price... The eldest of six children... Plans to major in business. TIGNER’S CAREER STATISTICS Tackles G UA A Total 2008 8 0 2 2 TOTAL 8 0 2 2

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TFL 0.0 0.0

Yds 0 0

PD 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0

PERSONAL: Born March 14, 1991... Son of Paul and Ann Trujillo... Plans on majoring in business.

GRANT VALENTINE DEFENSIVE END 6-2, 224, SR.-1L BURBANK, CALIF. (GLENDALE CC)

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A very quick rush defensive end who will look to make an impact along the defensive front. 2009: Appeared in three games and started the season opener against UMass... Had six total tackles, including one for a loss... Collected a career-best four tackles against UMass before carding two more at UCLA. JUNIOR COLLEGE: A three-star prospect by Rivals.com and the No. 43 junior college prospect in the nation... Tallied 93 tackles and 9.5 sacks during sophomore campaign (2007) at Glendale Community College... Earned WSC Pacific Division and CCCFCA Region III Defensive Player of the Year honors... Named a JC Grid-Wire All-American... Earned first team all-conference honors as a freshman... Recorded a two year total of 25 sacks, 163 tackles, and two fumble recoveries for touchdowns. HIGH SCHOOL: Recorded 75 tackles with 4.5 sacks and one fumble recovery during senior season at Burbank (Calif.)... Had 11 catches for 226 yards as a tight end for the Bulldogs First Team All-League (Foothill) and All-Area... Participated in Next Level All-Star Game and Battle of the Valleys East vs West All-Stars. PERSONAL: Parents are Grant Valentine, Sr. and Chandra and Marcus Lavio... Majoring in business.

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TREVOR VIERS OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-4, 297, SR.-2L WINDOM, KAN. (LITTLE RIVER)

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Strong and versatile lineman that possesses tremendous experience. 2009: Appeared in four games a year ago and started the season opener against UMass. 2008: Redshirted. 2007: Replaced an injured Jordan Bedore and made starts in the final seven games of the season at center... Stepped in and performed at a high level... Lead a Wildcat line that was 24th nationally in sacks surrendered and also blocked for an offense that broke 11 school season records... Named Second Team Academic All-Big 12. 2006: Came off the bench to record a solo tackle as a defensive end vs. Florida Atlantic in his only action of the season... Also drilled as an offensive tackle to provide depth up front. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year starter at Little River High School... Played 8-man football as a prep... Named first team all-state by the Topeka Capital Journal and Wichita Eagle as a senior... Earned All-Heart of America Conference honors all four seasons... Was an honorable mention all-state selection by the Topeka Capital-Journal and Wichita Eagle as a sophomore and junior... Coached by Shane Cordell... Also lettered in basketball and track & field... Won the 2005 state Class 1A shot put title. PERSONAL: Trevor Rollyn Viers was born Aug. 17, 1987, in McPherson, Kan... Parents are Marvin and Tane Viers... Uncle, Perry Viers, lettered at Kansas State from 1974-76 as a defensive end... Cousin, Boyd Viers, played linebacker at Iowa State from 2001-2004... Selected as the 2005 Little River homecoming king... Majoring in business administration.

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BRADEN WILSON FULLBACK 6-3, 244, SO.-1L SMITH CENTER, KAN. (SMITH CENTER)

A bruising fullback who is a hard-nosed player and one of the toughest players in the program. 2009: A hard-nosed player who one of the best lead blockers in the Big 12... Saw time in all 12 games, including 4 starts... Helped the Wildcats average 179.9 rushing yards per game and a 4.3-yard average per carry... Also recorded four catches for 33 yards out of the backfield. HIGH SCHOOL: A two-way player both at running back and defensive end who was a Kansas Top 11 selection and First Team KFBCA All-State selection in 2007 Smith Center scored 72 points in the first quarter of a game in 2007, a national high school record Helped lead Smith Center to four consecutive undefeated seasons and state titles Ran for 1,807 yards on 112 carries and 29 touchdowns as a senior His 65 total tackles on defense helped the Redmen shut out their first 11 opponents and allow just 20 points all year Won the 2007 Kansas Class 2-1A championship with a 40-14 win over St. Mary's-Colgan Rushed for 225 yards and three touchdowns in the 2007 state title game Named to the 2007 Hays Daily News Super 11 The Redmen average 419 yards rushing — and an incredible 11.8 per play and outgained their opponents by more than 4,000 yards for the season in total offense and by more than 4,300 yards on the ground Also out-scored their opponent, 840-20, in 2007 Played for head coach Roger Barta Also was an all-league basketball player and state qualifier in the discus and long jump. PERSONAL: Braden Wilson was born October 9, 1989 Parents are Chuck and Meg Wilson Biggest influence has been Smith Center native and former Wildcat Mark Simoneau.

TY ZIMMERMAN WADE WEIBERT OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 6-4, 303, SR.-1L HILLSBORO, KAN. (BUTLER CC)

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Returning starter at center that could be poised for a big senior season... Will anchor an offensive line that returns four of five starters from a year ago. 2009: Started the season at right guard against Massachusetts and at center the final 11 games... Helped the Wildcat rushing attack gain 179.9 yards per game, the third-most in the Big 12. 2008: Redshirted. JUNIOR COLLEGE: A three-star prospect by Rivals.com and the No. 48 junior college prospect in the nation A four-star prospect by Scout.com Helped lead Butler County to the 2007 NJCAA National Football Championship and a perfect 12-0 record A First Team All-Jayhawk Conference, All-Region VI and NJCAA All-America selection Helped lead Butler County to a 23-1 record in two seasons Played for head coach Troy Morrell.

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QUARTERBACK 6-1, 202, FR.-HS JUNCTION CITY, KAN. (JUNCTION CITY)

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Local product at quarterback that will begin to develop and provide depth. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner for the Blue Jays under head coach and father Randall Zimmerman... Was 144-of-221 for 1,920 yards and 25 touchdowns as a senior in 2008, while rushing 133 times for 1,046 yards and 18 scores... Led the Blue Jays to a 13-0 record and the 2008 Kansas 6A State Championship... Scored all three of the Blue Jays’ touchdowns in the state championship... Named to the Wichita Eagle Kansas Top 11 team... Named first team all-state in 2007 and 2008, as well as a honorable mention in 2006... Also lettered two years in basketball and baseball. PERSONAL: Born June 23, 1990... Parents are Randall and Stefanie Zimmerman... Plans on majoring in secondary education... Currently enrolled at K-State and will participate in spring practices.

HIGH SCHOOL: An all-conference and all-state selection as both an offensive and defensive lineman Three-year starter at Hillsboro High for head coach Len Coryea Also lettered in basketball. PERSONAL: Wade Weibert was born August 31, 1987 Son of Dave Weibert and Brenda Brown Majoring in business.

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RESULTS 6-6 [4-4, BIG 12 NORTH] DATE Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 2 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

OPPONENT MASSACHUSETTS at Louisiana at UCLA TENNESSEE TECH vs. Iowa State * at Texas Tech * TEXAS A&M * COLORADO * at #22 Oklahoma * KANSAS * MISSOURI * at Nebraska *

RESULT W L L W W L W W L W L L

SCORE 21-17 15-17 9-23 49-7 24-23 14-66 62-14 20-6 30-42 17-10 12-38 3-17

TV ESPN360 FSN FCS FSN FCS FCS FSN VERSUS VERSUS ESPN

ATTEND 50,750 16,431 67,311 48,094 40,851 47,382 44,934 42,019 84,021 48,306 46,476 85,998

RUSHING

PLAYER Thomas, Daniel Valentine, K. Gregory, Grant Banks, Brandon Childs, Jarell Coffman, Carson Wilson, Braden Hilburn, Adrian Doerr, Ryan Klein, Collin Team Total.......... Opponents......

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GP 12 12 11 12 12 6 12 3 12 12 10 12 12

ATT. 247 55 106 11 13 54 3 1 1 1 12 504 362

GAIN 1290 374 441 110 81 183 8 1 0 0 0 2488 1557

LOSS 25 17 133 0 2 119 0 0 3 8 22 329 292

NET 1265 357 308 110 79 64 8 1 -3 -8 -22 2159 1265

AVG. 5.1 6.5 2.9 10.0 6.1 1.2 2.7 1.0 -3.0 -8.0 -1.8 4.3 3.5

TD LONG 11 40 6 61 3 21 0 20 0 14 2 20 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 61 10 44

YPG 105.4 29.8 28.0 9.2 6.6 10.7 0.7 0.3 -0.2 -0.7 -2.2 179.9 105.4

YARDS 1096 860 50 27 0 2033 2814

TD 4 2 1 0 0 7 25

AVG/G 99.6 143.3 4.2 2.2 0.0 169.4 234.5

* Big 12 Conference Game

TEAM STATISTICS

KANSAS STATE 276 23.0 222 119 80 23 2159 2488 329 504 4.3 179.9 22 2033 175-298-8 6.8 11.6 169.4 7 4192 802 5.2 349.3 50-1316 25-260 13-131 26.3 10.4 10.1 23-10 84-723 60.2 55-2120 38.5 35.5 33:48 56/164 34% 13/23 57% 20-177 34 13-21 0-0 (34-47) 72% (26-47) 55% (29-32) 91% 280579 6/46763

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games SCORE BY QUARTERS Kansas State Opponents

1ST 52 64

2ND 91 89

3RD 82 56

OPPONENTS 280 23.3 221 74 128 19 1265 1557 292 362 3.5 105.4 10 2814 231-395-13 7.1 12.2 234.5 25 4079 757 5.4 339.9 49-1024 15-70 8-94 20.9 4.7 11.8 16-12 74-733 61.1 61-2500 41.0 36.1 26:12 64/156 41% 7/11 64% 26-200 36 10-13 0-1 (29-35) 83% (23-35) 66% (34-36) 94% 301143 5/60229 1/40851 4TH 51 71

PASSING

PLAYER Gregory, Grant Coffman, Carson Thomas, Daniel Klein, Collin Team Total.......... Opponents......

G 11 6 12 12 10 12 12

RECEIVING PLAYER Banks, Brandon Snipes, Attrail Thomas, Daniel Mastrud, Jeron Brown, Lamark Valentine, K. Klein, Collin Wilson, Braden Vignery, Brice Smith, Sheldon Tannahill, T. Bachamp, Cole Total.......... Opponents......

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYER Gregory, Grant Thomas, Daniel Coffman, Carson Valentine, K. Banks, Brandon Childs, Jarell Klein, Collin Wilson, Braden Hilburn, Adrian Doerr, Ryan Team Total.......... Opponents......

EFFIC. 112.72 121.23 262.50 326.80 0.00 118.41 132.63

CMP-ATT-INT 100-175-4 71-117-4 3-4-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 175-298-8 231-395-13

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 8 6 12 10 12 12

NO 56 28 25 21 18 8 6 4 3 3 2 1 175 231

G 11 12 6 12 12 12 12 12 3 12 10 12 12

PLAYS 281 251 171 55 11 13 2 3 1 1 13 802 757

YDS 705 424 257 233 215 35 38 33 27 27 37 2 2033 2814

RUSH 308 1265 64 357 110 79 -8 8 1 -3 -22 2159 1265

PCT. 57.1 60.7 75.0 100.0 0.0 58.7 58.5

AVG 12.6 15.1 10.3 11.1 11.9 4.4 6.3 8.2 9.0 9.0 18.5 2.0 11.6 12.2

PASS 1096 50 860 0 0 0 27 0 0 0 0 2033 2814

TD 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 25

LG 54 64 41 27 0 64 80

LONG 64 40 52 45 40 18 16 18 13 18 21 2 64 80

TOTAL 1404 1315 924 357 110 79 19 8 1 -3 -22 4192 4079

AVG/G 58.8 35.3 21.4 19.4 17.9 2.9 3.2 2.8 3.4 4.5 3.1 0.2 169.4 234.5

AVG/G 127.6 109.6 154.0 29.8 9.2 6.6 1.6 0.7 0.3 -0.2 -2.2 349.3 339.9

TOTAL 276 280

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SCORING PLAYER Thomas, Daniel Cherry, Josh Valentine, K. Banks, Brandon Gregory, Grant Brown, Lamark Coffman, Carson Snipes, Attrail Mastrud, Jeron Fitzgerald,Jeff Klein, Collin Klimek, Brandon Team Doerr, Ryan Total.......... Opponents......

PUNT RETURNS PLAYER Banks, Brandon Hartman, Tysyn Total.......... Opponents......

KICKOFF RETURNS PLAYER Banks, Brandon Valentine, K. Sekona, Hansen Thomas, Daniel Rohleder, Kevin Total.......... Opponents......

INTERCEPTIONS PLAYER Hartman, Tysyn Lamur, Emmanuel Moore, Joshua Houlik, John Miller, Torell Fitzgerald,Jeff Total.......... Opponents......

FUMBLE RETURNS PLAYER Total.......... Opponents......

TD 11 0 6 5 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 34 36

FGS 0-0 12-20 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 13-21 10-13

|-------------------PATs------------------| KICK RUSH RCV PASS DXP 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 0 27-30 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 2-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0 29-32 0-0 1 1-2 0 34-36 0-0 0 0-0 0

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE SAF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

NO 17 8 25 15

YDS 155 105 260 70

AVG 9.1 13.1 10.4 4.7

TD 0 0 0 1

LONG 26 24 26 26

NO 39 7 2 1 1 50 49

YDS 1127 135 14 25 15 1316 1024

AVG 28.9 19.3 7.0 25.0 15.0 26.3 20.9

TD 4 0 0 0 0 4 0

LONG 98 30 8 25 15 98 67

NO 5 3 2 1 1 1 13 8

YDS 54 31 22 7 0 17 131 94

AVG 10.8 10.3 11.0 7.0 0.0 17.0 10.1 11.8

TD 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

LONG 42 31 22 7 0 17 42 45

NO 0 2

YDS 0 12

AVG 0.0 6.0

TD 0 0

LONG 0 8

PTS 66 63 36 30 18 12 12 12 8 6 6 5 2 0 276 280

PLAYER Banks, Brandon Thomas, Daniel Valentine, K. Snipes, Attrail Gregory, Grant Mastrud, Jeron Brown, Lamark Hartman, Tysyn Childs, Jarell Coffman, Carson Wilson, Braden Tannahill, T. Lamur, Emmanuel Klein, Collin Vignery, Brice Smith, Sheldon Moore, Joshua Fitzgerald,Jeff Rohleder, Kevin Sekona, Hansen Houlik, John Bachamp, Cole Hilburn, Adrian Doerr, Ryan Team Total.......... Opponents......

PUNTING

PLAYER Doerr, Ryan Fulhage, D.J. Team Total.......... Opponents......

FIELD GOALS PLAYER Cherry, Josh Klimek, Brandon

G 12 12 12 12 11 12 12 12 12 6 12 12 12 12 8 6 12 12 12 12 12 10 3 12 10 12 12

RUSH 110 1265 357 0 308 0 0 0 79 64 8 0 0 -8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -3 -22 2159 1265

REC 705 257 35 424 0 233 215 0 0 0 33 37 0 38 27 27 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2033 2814

NO 38 16 1 55 61

YDS 1565 555 0 2120 2500

AVG 41.2 34.7 0.0 38.5 41.0

FGM-FGA PCT 12-20 60.0 1-1 100.0

FIELD GOAL SEQUENCE GAME UMASS Louisiana UCLA Tennessee Tech Iowa State Texas Tech Texas A&M Colorado Oklahoma Kansas Missouri Nebraska

01-19 0-0 0-0

PR 155 0 0 0 0 0 0 105 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 260 70

KOR 1127 25 135 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 14 0 0 0 0 0 1316 1024

LONG 53 51 0 53 61

20-29 4-5 0-0

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 54 0 0 0 0 31 0 0 0 22 17 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 131 94

TB 2 3 0 5 2

30-39 5-9 0-0

KANSAS STATE 38 24,47 (26), 40 36 (39) (23), (46) (25), (27) (31) (47), 39 (47), (34), (35), (33) (44), 51, 32

TOT 2097 1547 527 424 308 233 215 159 79 64 41 37 31 30 27 27 22 17 15 14 7 2 1 -3 -22 5899 5267

AVG/G 174.8 128.9 43.9 35.3 28.0 19.4 17.9 13.2 6.6 10.7 3.4 3.1 2.6 2.5 3.4 4.5 1.8 1.4 1.2 1.2 0.6 0.2 0.3 -0.2 -2.2 491.6 438.9

I20 13 11 0 24 13

BLKD 1 0 0 1 1

FC 9 7 0 16 15

40-49 3-5 1-1

50+ 0-1 0-0

LG BLK 47 0 46 0

OPPONENTS (35),43 (48) (39), (35), (40) (32) (20) 30, 30, (46) (23) (34)

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KICKOFFS

PLAYER Cherry, Josh Doerr, Ryan Total.......... Opponents......

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NO 58 1 59 57

YDS 3598 65 3663 3493

AVG 62.0 65.0 62.1 61.3

TB 6 0 6 3

OB 3 0 3 1

RETN

NET

YDLN

1024 1316

42.7 37.1

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GAME-BY-GAME PASSING

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GRANT GREGORY Massachusetts at Louisiana at UCLA Tennessee Tech vs. Iowa State at Texas Tech Texas A&M Colorado at Oklahoma Kansas Missouri at Nebraska TOTALS

Att 0 4 2 23 8 13 18 30 16 30 31 175

Comp 0 0 2 16 5 10 9 19 7 21 11 100

Int 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 4

Pct 0.0 0.0 100.0 69.5 62.5 76.9 50.0 63.3 43.7 70.0 35.5 57.1

Yards 0 0 21 206 37 147 80 174 66 239 126 1096

TD 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4

Long 0 0 16 54 12 45 28 35 31 53 24 54

Sack 0 0 0 1 3 0 2 2 1 1 4 14

Yds 0 0 0 11 26 0 17 10 7 9 30 110

Effic. 0.00 0.00 188.20 164.80 101.35 197.29 87.33 105.39 99.03 130.25 63.17 112.72

CARSON COFFMAN Massachusetts at Louisiana at UCLA Tennessee Tech vs. Iowa State at Texas Tech Texas A&M Colorado at Oklahoma Kansas Missouri at Nebraska TOTALS

Att 27 25 34 9 16 6 117

Comp 14 13 20 8 11 5 71

Int 1 1 2 0 0 0 4

Pct 51.9 52.0 58.8 88.9 68.7 83.3 60.7

Yards 182 178 193 131 131 45 860

TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 2

Long 40 36 35 64 52 21 64

Sack 1 0 5 1 1 1 9

Yds 13 0 55 7 5 7 87

Effic. 125.51 103.81 94.74 211.16 137.53 146.33 121.23

GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING (NO-YDS/TDs) PLAYER

NO-YDS/TDs

Thomas, Daniel Valentine, Keithen Gregory, Grant Banks, Brandon Childs, Jarell Coffman, Carson Wilson, Braden Hilburn, Adrian

247-1265/11 23-104/0 55-357/6 11-89/0 106-308/3 4-21/0 11-110/0 0-0/0 13-79/0 0-0/0 54-64/2 9-12/1 3-8/0 0-0/0 1-1/0 1-0/0

UM

UL

UCLA

TNT

ISU

TT

TAM

CU

OU

KU

MU

NU

27-136/1 0-0/0 3-13/0 1-2/0 0-0/0 13-50/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

15-54/1 1-7/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 20-6/0 1-2/0 0-0/0

26-139/2 10-73/1 9-58/1 1-1/0 5-26/0 5-5/1 0-0/0 1-1/0

25-91/0 0-0/0 14-29/1 2-31/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

11-49/0 8-96/1 6--24/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 3--5/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

18-91/4 10-61/2 9-33/0 0-0/0 8-53/0 4--4/0 2-6/0 0-0/0

20-145/1 6-21/0 11-27/1 2-15/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

16-88/1 4-15/2 9-57/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

24-185/1 3-2/0 12-51/0 2-32/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

23-79/0 1--8/0 16-32/0 2-11/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

19-99/0 1-1/0 13-22/0 1-18/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING (NO-YDS/TDs) PLAYER

Banks, Brandon Snipes, Attrail Thomas, Daniel Mastrud, Jeron Brown, Lamark Valentine, Keithen Klein, Collin Wilson, Braden Vignery, Brice Smith, Sheldon Tannahill, Travis Bachamp, Cole

NO-YDS/TDs

UM

UL

UCLA

TNT

ISU

TT

TAM

CU

OU

KU

MU

NU

56-705/1 28-424/2 25-257/0 21-233/1 18-215/2 8-35/0 6-38/1 4-33/0 3-27/0 3-27/0 2-37/0 1-2/0

7-67/0 2-52/2 1-12/0 3-44/0 0-0/0 1-7/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

3-33/0 3-78/0 2-19/0 3-35/1 2-12/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-4/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

6-33/0 1-6/0 4-61/0 2-20/0 4-43/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-4/0 2-14/0 1-18/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

3-90/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 3-26/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-8/0 1-7/0 0-0/0 1-5/0 1-16/0 0-0/0

4-66/1 1-24/0 5-30/0 1-13/0 3-61/1 0-0/0 2-4/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

1-5/0 7-82/0 4-50/0 2-6/0 1-12/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-13/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

6-60/0 1-11/0 1-7/0 2-52/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 2-21/1 1-18/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-21/0 1-2/0

3-14/0 2-33/0 2-18/0 1-11/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-4/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

9-156/0 5-53/0 0-0/0 1-8/0 0-0/0 5--2/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

1-5/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 3-18/0 3-43/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

8-128/0 5-61/0 2-1/0 0-0/0 5-44/0 0-0/0 1-5/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

5-48/0 1-24/0 4-54/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 2-30/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

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HARTMAN

E. LAMUR

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS PLAYER Lamur, Emmanuel Moore, Joshua Pomele, Ulla Hartman, Tysyn Houlik, John Butler, Troy Fitzgerald,Jeff Hrebec, Alex Calvin, Daniel Felder, Antonio Garrett, David Rohleder, Kevin Harrison, Step. Guidry,Raphael Herndon, Court. Abana, Michael Thomas, Darious Brown, Prizell Childs, Eric Kassanavoid, J. Brown, Lamark Sekona, Hansen McClellan,Billy Dold, Logan Valentine,Grant Stryker, Adrian Sweeney, T. Ferguson,Thomas Miller, Torell Slaughter,Blake Cherry, Josh Wykes, Matt Berard, Josh Powell, William Snipes, Attrail Thomas, Daniel Banks, Brandon Adams, Corey Wilson, Braden Tannahill, T. Harold, Brandon Carney, Chris Sobieraj, Dustin Kirk, Payton Team Total.......... Opponents......

GP 12 12 10 12 12 12 12 11 12 12 11 12 11 12 12 12 9 11 12 9 12 12 9 10 3 5 5 11 4 9 12 9 6 6 12 12 12 12 12 12 1 7 2 7 10 12 12

SOLO 44 45 34 34 35 32 24 19 16 17 16 20 17 10 10 3 7 4 5 5 6 4 5 1 4 4 3 2 4 3 2 2 . 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 . . . 1 449 525

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AST 24 19 21 20 16 14 16 13 15 13 13 9 8 9 3 9 4 6 4 4 2 4 2 5 2 1 2 2 . . 1 1 2 1 . . . . . . . 1 1 1 . 268 316

TOTAL 68 64 55 54 51 46 40 32 31 30 29 29 25 19 13 12 11 10 9 9 8 8 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 717 841

BUTLER

TFL/YDS 1.0-1 4.5-25 4.0-18 . 7.5-28 5.0-15 10.0-71 4.0-11 5.0-29 7.0-28 . . 1.0-1 2.0-10 2.5-19 2.0-3 . 0.5-6 1.0-3 . . 0.5-1 . . 1.0-1 . . . . . . . 1.0-5 . . . . . . . 1.0-1 . 0.5-2 . 1.0-1 62-279 66.0-306

SACKS . 1.5-15 1.0-12 . 1.0-9 . 7.0-67 . 2.0-21 3.0-17 . . . 0.5-7 1.5-15 0.5-1 . 0.5-6 0.5-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-177 26-200

HREBEC

INT-YDS 3-31 2-22 . 5-54 1-7 . 1-17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-131 8-94

PBU 2 11 . 6 3 2 3 1 2 1 . . 11 . 2 . 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . 47 36

QBH . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 2 9

FELDER

FR 2-0 . 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . 12-0 10-12

FF . 1 . 1 2 . 3 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 11

BLK 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . 3 3

SAF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 .

2010 SPRING FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS

GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES (UT-AT) PLAYER Lamur, Emmanuel Moore, Joshua Pomele, Ulla Hartman, Tysyn Houlik, John Butler, Troy Fitzgerald, Jeffrey Hrebec, Alex Calvin, Daniel Felder, Antonio Garrett, David Rohleder, Kevin Harrison, Stephen Guidry, Raphael Herndon, Courtney Abana, Chidubamu Thomas, Darious Brown, Prizell Childs, Eric Kassanavoid, Joseph Sekona, Hansen Brown, Lamark McClellan, Billy Valentine, Grant Dold, Logan Sweeney, Terrance Stryker, Adrian Miller, Torell Ferguson, Thomas

UT-AT-TT 44-24-68 45-19-64 34-21-55 34-20-54 35-16-51 32-14-46 24-16-40 19-13-32 16-15-31 17-13-30 16-13-29 20-9-29 17-8-25 10-9-19 10-3-13 3-9-12 7-4-11 4-6-10 5-4-9 5-4-9 4-4-8 6-2-8 5-2-7 4-2-6 1-5-6 3-2-5 4-1-5 4-0-4 2-2-4

UM 3-2-5 2-1-3 0-3-3 3-3-6 4-0-4 0-2-2 1-2-3 1-3-4 0-1-1 0-0-0 2-2-4 1-2-3 0-0-0 1-5-6 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 2-2-4 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1

UL 4-2-6 4-2-6 5-2-7 6-1-7 3-2-5 4-0-4 0-3-3 0-0-0 3-0-3 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-3 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

UCLA 5-0-5 5-0-5 6-1-7 2-3-5 2-1-3 3-0-3 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-1-3 5-2-7 1-0-1 0-1-1 5-0-5 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 2-0-2 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

TNT 1-1-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 2-1-3 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 6-4-10 2-1-3 2-0-2 0-2-2 3-1-4 2-1-3 0-1-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-2-4 2-0-2 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0

ISU 1-6-7 4-3-7 0-0-0 2-3-5 3-3-6 1-3-4 0-0-0 5-6-11 2-4-6 2-0-2 3-0-3 0-0-0 3-2-5 2-1-3 0-0-0 2-1-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-1-1

TT 4-1-5 5-0-5 3-0-3 2-0-2 2-0-2 7-0-7 3-0-3 4-0-4 0-1-1 3-0-3 4-2-6 3-0-3 2-0-2 1-1-2 3-0-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-0-4 0-0-0

TAM 4-2-6 2-2-4 3-0-3 3-1-4 4-1-5 1-1-2 4-1-5 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-1-1 1-0-1 3-1-4 3-1-4 0-0-0 2-0-2 1-1-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-3-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1

CU 4-1-5 4-2-6 5-2-7 5-0-5 5-1-6 3-0-3 2-1-3 0-0-0 2-0-2 1-1-2 0-0-0 1-1-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0

OU 2-3-5 3-1-4 1-1-2 3-3-6 2-2-4 4-5-9 2-1-3 3-0-3 3-1-4 2-3-5 0-1-1 3-2-5 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 4-2-6 2-0-2 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1

KU 2-3-5 7-0-7 5-3-8 5-2-7 4-2-6 3-2-5 2-0-2 0-0-0 2-0-2 3-1-4 0-0-0 1-1-2 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 2-1-3 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

MU 7-3-10 5-4-9 0-0-0 1-2-3 1-2-3 3-1-4 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-2-3 0-3-3 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-1-1 1-2-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

NU 6-1-7 3-4-7 6-9-15 0-1-0 5-1-6 2-0-2 5-3-8 0-0-0 1-5-6 1-4-5 0-0-0 0-1-1 4-1-5 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 2-2-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

UL 0.5-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

UCLA 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-1 0.0-0

TNT 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-11 1.0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 3.0-8 1.5-15 0.5-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

ISU 1.0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

TT 1.0-8 0.0-0 2.0-7 0.0-0 1.0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

TAM 2.5-30 3.5-14 0.0-0 1.0-9 0.0-0 1.5-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.5-3 0.5-2 0.5-2 0.0-0 1.0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0

CU 1.5-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-6 0.5-5 1.0-12 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

OU 0.0-0 1.0-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

KU 0.0-0 1.0-1 1.0-5 2.0-14 0.0-0 1.0-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

MU 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-0 0.0-0 2.0-5 0.5-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

NU 1.5-14 1.0-4 1.5-4 0.0-0 1.0-3 1.0-10 2.0-5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-1

UL 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

UCLA 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

TNT 0.0-0 1.0-11 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.5-15 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

ISU 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

TT 1.0-8 1.0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

TAM 2.5-30 0.0-0 1.0-9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-9 0.5-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-2 0.5-1

CU 1.5-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-5 0.0-0 1.0-12 0.0-0 0.5-3 0.0-0 0.5-6 0.0-0 0.0-0

OU 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

KU 0.0-0 1.0-5 1.0-12 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

MU 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

NU 1.0-14 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-10 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

GAME-BY-GAME TACKLES FOR LOSS (TFL-YDS) PLAYER Fitzgerald, Jeffrey Houlik, John Felder, Antonio Calvin, Daniel Butler, Troy Moore, Joshua Pomele, Ulla Hrebec, Alex Herndon, Courney Guidry, Raphael Abana, Chidubamu Berrard, Josh Childs, Eric Harold, Brandon Lamur, Emmanuel Valentine, Grant Harrison, Stephen

TFL-YDS 10.0-71 7.5-28 7.0-28 5.0-29 5.0-15 4.5-25 4.0-18 4.0-11 2.5-19 2.0-10 2.0-3 1.0-5 1.0-3 1.0-1 1.0-1 1.0-1 1.0-1

UM 1.0-9 1.0-3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

GAME-BY-GAME SACKS (SACKS-YDS) PLAYER Fitzgerald, Jeffrey Felder, Antonio Calvin, Daniel Moore, Joshua Herndon, Courtney Pomele, Ulla Houlik, John Berard, Josh Guidry, Raphael Brown, Prizell Childs, Eric Abana, Chidubamu

SKS-YDS 7.0-67 3.0-17 2.0-21 1.5-15 1.5-15 1.0-12 1.0-9 1.0-5 0.5-7 0.5-6 0.5-2 0.5-1

UM 1.0-9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

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GAME-BY-GAME SUMMARIES Final GAME Score UMass 17 K-State 21 K-State 15 Louisiana 17 K-State 9 UCLA 23 Tenn. Tech 7 K-State 49 K-State 24 Iowa State 23 K-State 14 Tx. Tech 66 Tx. A&M 14 K-State 62 Colorado 6 K-State 20 K-State 30 Oklahoma 42 Kansas 10 K-State 17 Missouri 38 K-State 12 K-State 3 Nebraska 17

Score By Quarter 1 2 3 4 3 0 7 7 0 21 0 0 2 0 0 13 0 14 0 3 3 0 6 0 7 6 0 10 7 0 0 0 14 7 21 7 7 3 0 14 0 10 7 6 0 0 7 7 14 24 14 14 0 0 14 0 17 21 21 3 6 0 0 0 3 17 0 0 0 9 14 7 21 7 0 14 0 7 0 3 0 10 7 0 3 14 7 14 3 3 6 0 3 0 0 0 3 7 7 0

Ru 7 12 9 7 10 8 0 19 8 9 4 11 3 14 4 8 8 8 4 12 6 6 9 7

First Downs Pa Pn Tot 5 1 13 8 4 24 6 1 16 9 0 16 7 2 19 7 1 16 5 4 9 4 1 24 4 3 15 10 1 20 5 1 10 21 1 33 13 3 19 8 2 24 10 1 15 4 2 14 11 1 20 13 2 23 14 1 19 3 1 16 12 1 19 13 2 21 7 3 19 9 3 19

AVERAGE STARTING FIELD POSITION Total Opponents

Total Drives 143 147

Total Yd. Line 4704 3860

Average Field Pos. KS 33 Own 26

GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STARTERS OPPONENT Massachusetts at Louisiana at UCLA Tennessee Tech vs. Iowa State at Texas Tech Texas A&M Colorado at Oklahoma Kansas Missouri at Nebraska

WR Brown Brown Brown Brown Klein Brown Brown Wilson (fb) Wilson (fb) Brown Wilson (fb) Brown

LT Stringer Stringer Stringer Stringer Stringer Stringer Stringer Stringer Stringer Stringer Stringer Stringer

LG Kendall Kendall Kendall Kendall Kendall Kendall Kendall Kendall Kendall Kendall Kendall Kendall

GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STARTERS OPPONENT Massachusetts at Louisiana at UCLA Tennessee Tech vs. Iowa State at Texas Tech Texas A&M Colorado at Oklahoma Kansas Missouri at Nebraska

LE Valentine, G. Fitzgerald Fitzgerald Fitzgerald Fitzgerald Fitzgerald Fitzgerald Fitzgerald Fitzgerald Fitzgerald Fitzgerald Fitzgerald

DT Fitzgerald Calvin Calvin Calvin Calvin Calvin Calvin Calvin Calvin Calvin Calvin Calvin

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DT Guidry Guidry Guidry Guidry Guidry Guidry Brown Brown Brown Brown Abana Brown

Att 26 48 46 29 37 34 25 60 42 41 28 26 23 52 31 42 29 35 23 43 24 43 34 45

Started in Opp. 30 10

Rushing Yds TD 110 0 225 1 196 1 102 1 69 1 173 1 -19 0 296 5 154 1 207 1 116 1 185 1 -13 0 232 6 60 1 204 2 149 3 164 2 60 0 266 1 135 2 112 0 140 0 101 1

Passing A-C-I Yds 34-10-2 102 27-14-1 182 30-14-1 181 36-20-1 185 35-21-2 199 24-13-1 186 19-12-1 126 11-10-0 152 23-16-1 206 27-13-0 164 24-16-0 168 49-39-1 554 45-21-3 314 19-15-0 192 37-17-2 184 18-9-0 80 31-20-1 215 37-26-0 294 41-27-1 241 16-7-0 66 27-20-0 298 31-21-1 239 33-12-1 153 19-13-1 166

Total Scores 47 45

Total Offense Att Yds 60 212 75 407 76 377 65 287 72 268 58 359 44 107 71 448 65 360 68 371 52 284 75 739 68 301 71 424 68 244 60 284 60 364 72 458 64 301 59 332 51 433 74 351 67 293 64 267

TD 1 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 8 2 1 0 0 0 4 1 1 3 0 0 1

TD 34 35

FG 13 10

MFG 8 3

Punting No-Avg 9-39.7 7-32.0 6-40.0 7-39.1 5-40.4 3-46.7 8-43.5 0-0.0 5-40.2 5-43.2 7-39.3 7-35.0 8-37.5 5-40.0 7-37.4 7-33.4 3-43.7 2-43.0 2-45.0 4-41.8 3-39.7 1-49.0 5-39.4 6-45.5

Punts 52 58

Fumbles No-Lost 0-0 3-2 2-1 2-2 2-0 1-1 0-0 1-0 2-1 2-2 4-2 2-0 3-3 2-0 3-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 3-2 1-0 0-0 2-2 3-1 0-0

Penalty No-Yds 9-357 8-71 8-64 4-39 4-50 8-80 4-30 10-96 6-52 5-65 9-78 8-95 4-46 7-54 8-69 9-69 8-42 9-91 6-43 5-55 6-76 3-23 7-69 3-34

Downs 10 2

To 17 25

Third Downs 4-14 8-17 3-16 7-15 3-14 3-10 2-11 5-10 8-16 6-15 3-12 5-8 4-14 4-13 5-16 2-11 7-14 10-13 6-14 3-11 5-10 7-16 3-14 7-16

Total ToP 22:50 37:10 36:31 23:29 34:03 25:57 23:52 36:08 33:33 26:27 28:15 31:45 22:52 37:08 25:43 34:17 31:30 28:30 29:50 30:10 21:41 38:19 28:30 31:30

Total Points 276 280

Clock 12 12

C Viers Weibert Weibert Weibert Weibert Weibert Weibert Weibert Weibert Weibert Weibert Weibert

RG Weibert Freeze Mayfield Mayfield Mayfield Mayfield Mayfield Mayfield Mayfield Mayfield Mayfield Mayfield

RT Aufner Aufner Aufner Aufner Aufner Aufner Aufner Aufner Aufner Aufner Aufner Aufner

TE Mastrud Mastrud Mastrud Mastrud Mastrud Mastrud Mastrud Mastrud Mastrud Mastrud Mastrud Mastrud

QB Coffman Coffman Coffman Coffman Gregory Gregory Gregory Gregory Gregory Gregory Gregory Gregory

WR Banks Smith Banks Klein Wilson (fb) Banks Banks Banks Banks Banks Banks Banks

TB Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

WR Snipes Snipes Snipes Snipes Snipes Snipes Snipes Snipes Snipes Snipes Snipes Snipes

RE Childs Sekona Sekona Felder Felder Thomas (db) Felder Felder Felder Felder Felder Felder

LB Hrebec Pomele Pomele Hrebec Hrebec Hrebec Pomele Pomele Pomele Pomele Pomele Pomele

LB Houlik Houlik Houlik Houlik Houlik Houlik Houlik Houlik Houlik Houlik Houlik Houlik

LB Butler Butler Butler Butler (db) Butler (db) Butler (db) Butler (db) Butler (db) Butler (db) Butler (db) Ferguson (db) Bulter (db)

CB Garrett Garrett Garrett Garrett Harrison Harrison Harrison Harrison Thomas Harrison Harrison Harrison

S Lamur Lamur Lamur Lamur Lamur Lamur Lamur Lamur Lamur Lamur Lamur Lamur

FS Hartman Hartman Hartman Hartman Hartman Hartman Hartman Hartman Hartman Hartman Hartman Hartman

CB Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore

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SCORING DRIVES - KANSAS STATE No. of OPPONENT Plays Massachusetts 8 Massachusetts 5 Massachusetts 2 Louisiana -Louisiana 11 Louisiana 11 UCLA 8 UCLA 14 Tennesee Tech 16 Tennesee Tech -Tennesee Tech 8 Tennesee Tech -Tennesee Tech 5 Tennesee Tech 7 Tennesee Tech 10 Iowa State 13 Iowa State 10 Iowa State 7 Iowa State 3 Texas Tech Texas Tech 3 Texas A&M 4 Texas A&M 9 Texas A&M 3 Texas A&M 5 Texas A&M 11 Texas A&M 1 Texas A&M Texas A&M 1 Texas A&M 5 Texas A&M 4 Colorado 9 Colorado 6 Colorado 4 Colorado 4 Oklahoma 9 Oklahoma 9 Oklahoma 11 Oklahoma 6 Oklahoma Kansas 9 Kansas 3 Kansas 9 Missouri 8 Missouri 12 Missouri 12 Missouri 12 Nebraska 10

Total Yards 76 74 40 -67 86 63 80 58 91 93 92 39 60 80 89 48 36 60 75 29 55 11 67 70 16 9 43 7 61 58 3 20 66 62 80 75 40 43 84 26 72 42 64 58

Drive Time 4:02 2:53 0:24 -4:36 5:48 3:06 7:51 7:11 -3:44 -2:08 3:39 5:17 7:00 3:44 3:42 1:31 1:08 1:35 4:33 1:24 2:29 5:39 0:05 0:04 2:14 2:18 4:11 2:51 1:24 2:24 5:11 4:06 6:21 3:06 3:39 0:16 4:33 4:40 4:17 5:40 7:18 5:34

Type of Score TD TD TD SAF TD TD FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD FG TD TD TD TD TD FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD FG FG TD FG TD TD FG TD TD TD FG TD TD FG FG FG FG FG

Score Time/Qtr 2nd/14:20 2nd/5:34 2nd/0:03 1st/2:43 4th/14:56 4th/8:08 1st/2:03 3rd/5:14 1st/5:35 1st/2:28 2nd/2:34 3rd/14:46 3rd/11:34 3rd/5:28 4th/10:59 1st/5:11 2nd/0:05 4th/13:45 4th/5:36 3rd/12:54 4th/7:33 1st/13:00 1st/6:34 1st/3:34 2nd/8:19 2nd/1:02 2nd/0:10 3rd/14:46 3rd/13:50 3rd/9:48 4th/8:07 1st/10:49 2nd/13:19 2nd/11:24 2nd/1:11 2nd/8:25 2nd/1:23 3rd/3:31 3rd/4:35 4th/11:18 2nd/11:12 2nd/0:20 3rd/10:27 1st/5:33 2nd/6:35 3rd/9:20 3rd/0:57 1st/9:26

Drive Start KS 24 KS 26 UM 40 -KS 33 KS 28 KS 28 KS 20 KS42 -KS7 -TNT39 KS40 KS20 KS11 KS29 ISU36 KS40 -KS25 TAMU29 KS39 TAMU11 KS33 KS30 TAMU16 -TAMU9 TAMU43 TAMU35 KS31 KS42 CU13 CU20 KS34 KS24 KS20 KS25 -KS20 KU43 KS16 KS45 KS12 KS41 KS22 KS16

Scoring Play Coffman 1 yd run Snipes 40 yd pass from Coffman Snipes 12 yd pass from Coffman Team Safety Mastrud 3 yd pass from Thomas Thomas 3 yd run Cherry 26 yd field goal Thomas 3 yd run Thomas 1 yd run Banks 91 yd kickoff return Carson 5 yd run Banks 92 yd kickoff return Thomas 1 yd run Valentine 15 yd run Gregory 1 yd run Gregory 2 yd run Cherry 39 yd field goal Brown 16 yd pass from Gregory Banks 54 yd pass from Gregory Fitzgerald 17 yd int. return Valentine 8 yd run Thomas 7 yd run Cherry 23 yd field goal Thomas 3 yd run Thomas 9 yd run Thomas 17 yd run Klien 16 yd pass from Gregory Banks 97 yd kickoff return Valentine 9 yd run Valentine 20 yd run Klimek 46 yd field goal Cherry 25 yd field goal Thomas 4 yd run Cherry 27 yd field goal Gregory 5 yd run Valentine 2 yd run Cherry 31 yd field goal Valentine 14 yd run Thomas 2 yd run Banks 98 yd kickoff return Cherry 47 yd field goal Brown 31 yd pass from Gregory Thomas 5 yd run Cherry 47 yd field goal Cherry 34 yd field goal Cherry 35 yd field goal Cherry 33 yd field goal Cherry 44 yd field goal

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SCORING DRIVES - OPPONENTS No. of OPPONENT Plays Massachusetts 7 Massachusetts 4 Massachusetts -Louisiana 7 Louisiana 12 Louisiana 10 UCLA 11 UCLA 6 UCLA 8 UCLA 10 UCLA 4 Tennesee Tech 7 Iowa State 13 Iowa State 11 Iowa State 12 Iowa State 8 Texas Tech 7 Texas Tech 8 Texas Tech 9 Texas Tech 7 Texas Tech 2 Texas Tech 5 Texas Tech 10 Texas Tech 5 Texas Tech 8 Texas Tech 9 Texas A&M 1 Texas A&M 5 Colorado 13 Oklahoma 4 Oklahoma 4 Oklahoma 14 Oklahoma 10 Oklahoma 15 Oklahoma 11 Kansas 7 Kansas 16 Missouri 11 Missouri 6 Missouri 10 Missouri 1 Missouri 9 Missouri 3 Nebraska 16 Nebraska 7 Nebraska 4

Total Yards 4 18 -61 73 37 64 27 42 54 75 73 77 73 80 64 71 90 53 49 77 67 85 54 95 80 66 57 71 60 35 61 78 67 68 60 57 75 80 92 80 61 25 56 57 70

Drive Time 3:08 1:50 -2:51 2:14 3:18 5:08 2:07 2:52 4:48 1:22 2:55 5:23 3:59 4:49 1:17 3:29 3:17 3:35 3:08 0:42 1:04 4:55 2:27 2:54 3:24 0:14 1:19 5:10 1:13 0:44 4:34 2:42 7:58 4:45 2:54 7:38 4:47 2:07 2:37 0:14 3:25 1:18 7:37 2:46 1:33

Type of Score FG TD TD TD TD FG TD FG FG FG TD TD FG TD TD TD TD TD FG TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD TD FG FG TD TD TD TD TD FG TD TD

Score Time/Qtr 1st/3:22 3rd/0:29 4th/14:01 2nd/9:37 2nd/0:05 4th/0:32 1st/5:16 2nd/14:51 2nd/5:00 4th/9:55 4th/6:18 1st/2:40 1st/5:23 2nd/3:55 3rd/7:27 4th/0:32 1st/11:31 1st/1:49 2nd/11:28 2nd/6:49 2nd/3:59 2nd/0:29 3rd/7:59 3rd/3:52 4th/12:34 4th/4:09 3rd/9:34 3rd/5:01 1st/5:39 1st/13:47 1st/11:41 1st/4:40 2nd/5:37 4th/11:32 4th/6:27 2nd/8:18 4th/5:20 1st/10:13 2nd/12:07 2nd/0:20 3rd/0:43 4th/11:29 4th/7:50 1st/1:44 2nd/12:02 3rd/13:21

Drive Start KS23 KS18 -UL 39 UL 27 UL 33 U36 KS48 U41 U24 U25 TNT27 ISU08 ISU27 ISU20 ISU36 TT29 TT10 TT44 KS49 TT23 TT33 TT15 TT46 TT5 TT20 TAMU34 TAMU29 CU29 OU40 KS35 OU39 OU22 OU33 OU32 KS40 KU15 MU20 MU20 MU8 MU20 MU39 KS25 NU28 NU43 NU30

Scoring Play Violette 35 yd field goal Krevis 4 yd pass from Havens Adeoba 26 yd blkd punt ret Sails 13 yd run Aubrey 1 yd pass from Masson Albrecht 48 yd field goal Franklin 3 yd run Forbath 39 yd field goal Forbath 35 yd field goal Forbath 40 yd field goal Terrence 41 yd pass from Craft Hogue 19 yd pass from Sween. Mahoney 32 yd field goal Catlett 22 yd pass from Arnaud Arnaud 3 yd run Williams 23 yd pass from Arnaud Swindall 52 yd pass from Sheff. Torres 6 yd pass from Sheffield Williams 20 yd field goal Lewis 4 yd pass from Sheffield Franks 72 yd pass from Sheff. Torris 28 yd pass from Sheffield Batch 4 yd run Lewis 12 yd pass from Sheff. Leong 25 yd pass from Sheff. Brinker 7 yd pass from Doege Nwachukwu 66 yd pass from Johnson Nwachukwu 23 yd pass from Johnson Stewart 2 yd run Broyle 15 yd pass from Landry Miller 23 yd pass from Landry Broyles 2 yd pass from Landry Murray 1 yd run Murray 6 yd pass from Landry Murray 3 yd run Briscoe 17 yd pass from Reesing Branstetter 46 yd field goal Ressel 23 yd field goal Alexander 54 yd pass from Gabbert Alexander 16 yd pass from Gabbert Alexander 80 yd pass from Gabbert Washington 4 yd run Washington 13 yd run Henery 34 yd field goal McNeill 17 yd pass from Lee Helu, Jr. 14 yd run

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DRIVES SUPERLATIVES Most Plays/Result Most Yards/Result Most Time/Result

DRIVE CHART (NO. OF DRIVES/TD/FG)

Drive Start Result Massachusetts at Louisiana at UCLA Tennessee Tech vs. Iowa State at Texas Tech Texas A&M Colorado at Oklahoma Kansas Missouri at Nebraska

1-9 NO/TD/FG 2/0/0 1/0/0 0/0/0 1/1/0 1/0/0 1/0/0 0/0/0 0/0/0 0/0/0 0/0/0 0/0/0 1/0/0

10-19 NO/TD/FG 1/0/0 2/1/0 1/0/0 1/0/0 2/1/0 3/0/0 1/0/0 0/0/0 1/0/0 1/1/0 2/0/1 2/0/1

SCORING DRIVE ANALYSIS Yardage No Drive Minus Yds. 0-9 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80-89 90-99

KANSAS STATE TD FG 5 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 2 1 2 0 3 3 2 2 6 4 5 1 5 0 1 0

20-29 NO/TD/FG 5/2/0 4/0/0 4/1/1 1/1/0 1/0/1 5/1/0 1/0/0 2/0/0 5/2/1 3/0/0 2/0/1 4/0/0

OPPONENTS TD 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 11 10 5 3

RED ZONE (INSIDE THE 20) Opponent Massachusetts at Louisiana at UCLA Tennessee Tech vs. Iowa State at Texas Tech Texas A&M Colorado at Oklahoma Kansas Missouri at Nebraska Totals Opponents

Score 21-17 15-17 9-23 49-7 24-23 14-66 62-14 20-6 30-42 17-10 12-38 3-17 276-280 280-276

30-39 NO/TD/FG 3/0/0 4/1/0 2/0/0 1/0/0 4/0/0 3/0/0 4/2/1 4/0/1 3/1/0 3/0/1 2/0/0 0/0/0

# of Times Inside Opp. 20 2 4 2 7 3 2 7 5 5 2 5 2 47 35

Season Percentage - Overall: 34 of 47 (72.3%) Season Percentage - Touchdowns: 26 of 47 (55.3%) Season Percentage - Field Goals: 8 of 47 (17.0%) Season Percentage - Failed to Score: 13 of 47 (27.7%)

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40-49 NO/TD/FG 0/0/0 1/0/0 1/0/0 2/2/0 2/1/0 0/0/0 2/0/0 5/1/0 0/0/0 0/0/0 3/0/2 1/0/0

3-AND-OUT

50+ NO/TD/FG 3/1/0 3/0/0 3/0/0 3/1/0 2/1/0 0/0/0 7/5/1 2/1/1 0/0/0 3/1/0 1/0/0 2/0/0

Massachusetts at Louisiana at UCLA Tennessee Tech vs. Iowa State at Texas Tech Texas A&M Colorado at Oklahoma Kansas Missouri at Nebraska

GAME-OPENING DRIVES FG 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 4 0 2 0 0

Times Scored 2 2 2 5 2 1 7 4 4 1 3 0 34 29

KANSAS STATE Opponent Pts. 1st Dns. UMass 0 5 at Louisiana 0 0 at UCLA 0 3 Tennessee Tech 7 4 vs. Iowa State 7 5 at Texas Tech 0 3 Texas A&M 7 1 Colorado 3 3 at Oklahoma 7 3 Kansas 0 1 Missouri 3 2 at Nebraska 3 4

Total Pts 14 13 9 35 14 7 45 20 23 7 9 0 203 178

Total TDs 2 2 1 5 2 1 6 2 3 1 0 0 26 23

Rush TDs 1 1 1 5 1 1 5 2 3 1 0 0 22 10

Yds. 51 6 37 58 89 39 29 61 60 20 26 58

OPPONENTS Pts. 1st Dns. Yds. 0 3 35 0 0 6 7 4 64 0 0 5 0 1 31 7 2 71 0 0 3 6 5 71 0 0 -5 0 1 19 3 4 75 3 5 56

Pass TDs 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 13

FGs Made 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 3 0 8 6

KANSAS STATE 16/TD Tennesee Tech 93/TD Tennesee Tech 7:51/TD UCLA

OPPONENT 16/TD by OU, FG by KU, FG by NU 95/TD by Texas Tech 7:58/FG by Oklahoma

Kansas State 3-and-Out/Drives 4/14 5/15 3/11 0/9 2/12 5/12 2/15 4/14 2/9 0/10 1/10 2/11

Opponent 3-and-Out/Drives 3/14 4/14 1/12 4/10 4/13 0/13 5/17 4/13 1/11 2/10 3/10 3/11

SECOND HALF-OPENING DRIVES KANSAS STATE Opponent Pts. 1st Dns. UMass 0 0 at Louisiana 0 3 at UCLA 7 6 Tennessee Tech 7 2 vs. Iowa State 0 1 at Texas Tech 0 1 Texas A&M 7 0 Colorado 0 0 at Oklahoma 7 5 Kansas 7 3 Missouri 3 3 at Nebraska 0 4

Yds. 3 45 80 39 23 27 9 -1 80 84 42 79

OPPONENTS Pts. 1st Dns. Yds. 0 1 16 0 1 31 0 1 12 0 0 0 7 5 80 0 0 0 0 0 -9 0 0 -6 0 0 5 0 0 -1 0 0 5 7 2 70

<---------- Failed to score inside opp. 20 -----------> FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Game 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 4 1 4 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0

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LONGEST PLAYS (20-PLUS YARDS) KANSAS STATE Yards 64 61 54 53 52 45 41 40 40 40 36 35 35 35 34 31 29 28 27 26 25 24 24 24 24 24 24 23 23 23 22 22 22 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Opponent Tennesee Tech Texas Tech Iowa State Missouri Texas Tech Texas A&M Oklahoma Massachusetts Iowa State Kansas Louisiana Oklahoma Colorado UCLA Massachusetts Kansas Texas Tech Massachusetts Nebraska Louisiana Oklahoma Massachusetts Louisiana Iowa State Texas Tech Nebraska Nebraska Oklahoma Louisiana Tennesee Tech Texas A&M Massachusetts Missouri Texas A&M Colorado Oklahoma Kansas Massachusetts Tennesee Tech Iowa State Texas A&M Colorado Kansas Kansas

Play/Situation/Result Banks 63 pass from Coffman (1st and 10 at TNT 32) Valentine 61 run (1st and 10 at TT8) Banks 54 pass from Gregory (TD) Banks 53 pass from Gregory (1st and 10 at MU 2) Thomas 52 pass from Coffman (1st and 10 at TT37) Mastrud 45 pass from Gregory (1st and 10 at TAMU27) Banks 41 pass from Thomas (1st and 10 at OU34) Snipes 40 pass from Coffman (TD) Brown 40 pass from Gregory (1st and 10 at IS23) Thomas 40 run (1st and 10 at KU40) Snipes 36 pass from Coffman (End of Game) Banks 35 pass form Gregory (1st and 10 at OU33) Thomas 35 run (1st and 10 at CU23) Thomas 35 pass from Coffman (1st and 10 at UCLA33) Valentine 34 run (1st and Goal at UM3) Brown 31 pass from Gregory (TD) Snipes 29 pass from Coffman (1st and 10 at TT8) Banks 28 pass from Coffman (1st and 10 at UM12) Thomas 27 pass from Klein (1st and 10 at NU18) Mastrud 26 pass from Coffman (1st and G at UL4) Banks 25 pass from Gregory (1st and 10 at OU41) Valentine 24 run (1st and 10 at 50) Snipes 24 pass from Coffman (1st and 10 at 50) Snipes 24 pass from Gregory (1st and 10 at IS40) Thomas 24 run (1st and 10 at KS33) Snipes 24 pass from Gregory (1st and 10 at NU34) Thomas 24 run (1st and 10 at NU46) Banks 23 pass from Gregory (1st and 10 at KS47) Thomas 23 run (1st and 10 at UL49) Banks 23 pass from Coffman (1st and 10 at TNT47) Valentine 22 run (1st and 10 at TAMU35) Mastrud 22 pass from Coffman (1st and 10 at KS48) Thomas 22 run (1st and 10 at 50) Tannahill 21 pass from Coffman (1st and 10 at TAMU36) Thomas 21 run (1st and 10 at CU14) Gregory 21 run (1st and 10 at OU14) Thomas 21 run (1st and 10 at KS41) Coffman 20 run (1st and 10 at UM46) Thomas 20 run (1st and 10 at TNT2) Banks 20 run (1st and 10 at IS17) Valentine 20 run (TD) Thomas 20 run (1st and 10 at CU42) Thomas 20 run (1st and 10 at KS40) Banks 20 run (1st and 10 at KS48)

No. of plays from scrimmage, 20+ yards: 44 (20 run/24 pass) No. of plays from scrimmage, 40+ yards: 10 (2 run/8 pass)

OPPONENTS Yards 80 72 66 54 52 51 47 44 37 37 36 35 33 31 28 27 26 25 25 25 24 23 23 23 23 22 22 22 22 22 22 21 21 21 20 20 20 20

Opponent Missouri Texas Tech Texas A&M Missouri Texas Tech UCLA Nebraska Oklahoma Iowa State Texas Tech UCLA Massachusetts Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Tennesee Tech Oklahoma Texas Tech Oklahoma Missouri Texas A&M Iowa State Texas Tech Texas A&M Oklahoma Iowa State Iowa State Texas Tech Texas Tech Colorado Missouri UCLA Texas A&M Missouri Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas Tech Texas Tech

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Play/Situation/Result Alexander 80 pass from Gabbert (TD) Franks 72 pass from Sheffield (TD) Nwachukwu pass from Johnson (TD) Alexander 54 pass from Gabbert (TD) Swindall 52 pass from Sheffield (TD) Terrence 51 pass from Craft (TD) Paul 47 pass from Lee (1st and 10 at KS14) Brown 44 run (1st and 10 at KS5) Robinson 37 run (1st and 10 at IS 45) Lewis 37 pass from Sheffield (1st and 10 at KS19) Franklin 36 run (1st and 10 at KS19) Cruz 35 pass from Havens (1st and 10 at KS 20) Batch 33 run (1st and 10 at KS13) Britton 31 pass from Sheffield (1st and 10 at KS4) Torres 28 pass from Sheffield (TD) Watson 27 pass from Sweeney (1st and 10 at TNT 48) Tennell 26 pass from Landry (1st and 10 at KS38) Leong 25 pass from Sheffield (TD) Broyles 25 pass from Landry (1st and 10 at KS17) Gabbert 25 run (1st and 10 at KS 10) Nwachukwu 24 pass from Johnson (1st and 10 at KS23) Williams 23 pass from Arnaud (TD) Zouzalik 23 pass from Sheffield (1st and 10 at KS44) Nwachukwu 23 pass from Johnson (TD) Miller 23 pass from Landry (TD) Catlett 22 pass from Arnaud (TD) Hamilton 22 pass from Arnaud (1st and 10 at KS 23) Leong 22 pass from Sheffield (3rd and 3 at KS6) Zouzalik 22 pass from Doege (1st and 10 at KS18) Greer 22 pass from Hawkins (1st and 10 at CU26) Jackson 22 pass from Gabbert (1st and 10 at MU 46() Rosario 21 pass from Craft (1st and 10 at KS32) Morrow 21 pass from Johnson (1st and 10 at KS19) Jackson 21 pass from Gabbert (1st and 10 at KS 17) McCoy 20 pass from Johnson (1st and 10 at TAMU41) Morrow 20 pass from Johnson (1st and 10 at KS23) Swindall 20 pass from Sheffield (1st and 10 at TT36) Jeffers 20 run (1st and 10 at TT25)

No. of plays from scrimmage, 20+ yards: 38 (6 run/32 pass) No. of plays from scrimmage, 40+ yards: 8 (1 run/7 pass) Returns Opponent Player Kickoff Kansas Stuckey 67 yards Punt Massachusetts Adeoba 26 yards Interception Missouri Harrison 27 yards Fumble None No. of returns 20+ yards: 24 (22 KR/1 PR/1 Int/0 Fum) No. of returns 40+ yards: 1 (1 KOR/0 PR/0 Int/0 Fum)

Returns Opponent Player Kickoff Oklahoma Banks 98 yards Punt Tennesee Tech Banks 26 yards Interception Nebraska Hartman 42 yards Fumble None No. of returns 20+ yards: 34 (26 KR/5 PR/3 Int/0 Fum) No. of returns 40+ yards: 6 (5 KR/0 PR/1 Int/0 Fum)

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KANSAS STATE SUPERLATIVES

INDIVIDUAL Longest Rush: 61, Keithen Valentine at Texas Tech Longest Touchdown Run: 20, Keithen Valentine vs. Texas A&M Longest Pass: 64, Carson Coffman vs. Tennesee Tech Longest TD Pass: 54, Grant Gregory to Brandon Banks vs. Iowa State Longest Punt Return: 26, Brandon Banks vs. Tennesee Tech Longest Kickoff Return: 98, Brandon Banks at Oklahoma Longest Interception: 42, Tysyn Hartman at Nebraska Most Punts: 6, Ryan Doerr vs. Massachusetts Longest Punt: 53, Ryan Doerr at UCLA and vs. Kansas Highest Punt Average: 49.0, Ryan Doerr vs. Missouri Longest Field Goal: 47, Josh Cherry vs. Kansas and vs. Missouri Most Field Goals: 4, Josh Cherry vs. Missouri Most TDs Rushing: 4, Daniel Thomas vs. Texas A&M Most TDs Receiving: 2, Attrail Snipes vs. Massachusetts Most TDs Passing: 2, Carson Coffman vs. Massachusetts and Grant Gregory vs. Iowa State Most Rushing Attempts: 27, Daniel Thomas at Louisiana Most Yards Rushing: 185, Daniel Thomas vs. Kansas Most Pass Attempts: 34, Carson Coffman vs. UCLA Most Pass Completions: 21, Grant Gregory vs. Missouri Most Yards Passing: 239, Grant Gregory vs. Missouri Most Receptions: 9, Brandon Banks at Oklahoma Most Yards Receiving: 156, Brandon Banks at Oklahoma Most Total Offense: 271, Grant Gregory vs. Missouri Most All-Purpose Yards: 351, Brandon Banks at Oklahoma* Most Interceptions: 2, Tysyn Hartman vs. Massachusetts and Emmanuel Lamur vs. Colorado Most Tackles: 15, Ulla Pomele at Nebraska Most Solo Tackles: 7, Troy Butler at Texas Tech; Joshua Moore vs. Kansas; Emmanuel Lamur vs. Missouri Most Quarterback Sacks: 2.5, Jeffrey Fitzgerald vs. Texas A&M Most Tackles for Loss: 3.5, John Houlik vs. Texas A&M Most Passes Broken Up: 3, Joshua Moore vs. Texas A&M * School Record TEAM Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

OPPONENT SUPERLATIVES

INDIVIDUAL Longest Rush: 44, Chris Brown, Oklahoma Longest Touchdown Run: 14, Roy Helu, Jr., Nebraska Longest Pass: 80, Blaine Gabbert, Missouri Longest TD Pass: 80, Blaine Gabbert to Danario Alexander, Missouri Longest Punt Return: 26, D.J. Adeoba, Massachusetts Longest Kickoff Return: 67, Darrel Stuckey, Kansas Longest Interception: 27, Jarred Harrison, Missouri Most Punts: 8, Caleb Violette, Massachusetts and Ken Wood, Texas A&M Longest Punt: 61, Caleb Violette, Massachusetts and Alex Henery, Nebraska Highest Punt Average: 46.7, Jeff Locke, UCLA Longest Field Goal: 48, Tyler Albrecht, Louisiana Most Field Goals: 3, Kai Forbath, UCLA Most TDs Rushing: 2, DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma and Derrick Washington, Missouri Most TDs Receiving: 3, Danario Alexander, Missouri Most TDs Passing: 7, Steven Sheffield, Texas Tech Most Rushing Attempts: 26, Roy Helu, Jr., Nebraska Most Yards Rushing: 119, Johnathan Franklin, UCLA Most Pass Attempts: 45, Jerrod Johnson, Texas A&M Most Pass Completions: 33, Steven Sheffield, Texas Tech Most Yards Passing: 490, Steven Sheffield, Texas Tech Most Receptions: 10, Danario Alexander, Missouri Most Yards Receiving: 200, Danario Alexander, Missouri Most Total Offense: 509, Steven Sheffield, Texas Tech Most All-Purpose Yards: 200, Danario Alexander, Missouri Most Interceptions: 2, Alterra Verner, UCLA Most Tackles: 15, Antwyn Zanders, Louisiana Most Solo Tackles: 14, Antwyn Zanders, Louisiana Most Quarterback Sacks: 2.0, Akeem Ayers, UCLA and Brandon Sharpe, Texas Tech Most Tackles for Loss: 3.0, three players Most Passes Broken Up: 3, Shane Viveiros, Massachusetts and Rahim Moore, UCLA * School Record TEAM

High 60 296 6 35 21 239 2 76 448 62 6 24 10 96 3 3

(Tennessee Tech) (Tennessee Tech) (Texas A&M) (UCLA) (UCLA and Missouri) (Missouri) (Massachusetts and Iowa State) (Louisiana) (Tennesee Tech) (Texas A&M) (Texas A&M) (UMass, Tenn. Tech and TAM) (Tennessee Tech) (Tennessee Tech) (Massachusetts and Missouri) (Texas A&M)

TURNOVERS

Takeaways (Fum/Int): 25 (12/13) Giveaways (Fum/Int): 18 (10/8) Difference: +7 (+.58 per game) Points Off Turnovers Kansas State 52 Opponents 48 Points Off Turnovers Per Game Kansas State 4.3 Opponents 4.0

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Low 28 69 0 11 7 66 0 52 268 3 0 10 3 23 0 0

(Texas Tech) (UCLA) (Missouri and Nebraska) (Tennesee Tech) (Kansas) (Kansas) (six times) (Texas Tech) (UCLA) (Nebraska) (six times) (Texas Tech) (Missouri) (Missouri) (thee times) (three times)

KICKOFFS

Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

Kickoffs: 59 Touchbacks (pct.): 6 (10.2) Fair Catches: 0 Downed Kicks: 1 Out of Bounds: 3 On-Side Kicks (No./Recovered by KS): 0/0 Opponent Returns (No.-Yds./Avg): 49-1024/20.9 Opponent Touchdowns: 0

High 45 207 2 49 39 554 8 75 739 66 6 33 9 95 6 2

(Nebraska) (Iowa State) (Oklahoma and Missouri) (Texas Tech) (Texas Tech) (Texas Tech) (Texas Tech) (Texas Tech) (Texas Tech) (Texas Tech) (UCLA) (Texas Tech) (Massachusetts and Oklahoma) (Texas Tech) (Texas A&M) (UCLA)

KICKOFF RETURNS

Low 23 -19 0 19 10 102 0 44 107 6 0 9 3 30 0 0

(twice) (Tennesee Tech) (four times) (Tenn. Tech and Nebraska) (Massachusetts) (Massachusetts) (Colorado) (Tennessee Tech) (Tennessee Tech) (Colorado) (Louisiana) (Tennessee Tech) (Nebraska) (Tennessee Tech) (Missouri) (six times)

Kickoffs: 57 Touchbacks (pct.): 3 (5.3) Fair Catches: 0 Downed Kicks: 3 Out of Bounds: 1 On-Side Kicks (No./Recovered by Opp): 1/0 K-State Returns (No.-Yds./Avg): 50-1316/26.3 K-State Touchdowns: 4

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GAME 1

UMASS 17, KANSAS STATE 21 September 5, 2009 • Manhattan, Kan. • Bill Snyder Family Stadium Attendance: 50,750

GAME NOTES  Bill Snyder made his return to the K-State sidelines on Saturday night and now owns a 13768-1 (.665) career record. Since 1992 under Snyder coached teams, K-State is 43-3 (.935) in games played in the month of September. Overall under Snyder, KState is 60-9 (.870) against non-conference opponents.  The 50,750 fans in attendance ranks as the largest crowd in school history to witness a homeopener, the 3rd-largest crowd to see a non-conference game and the 17th-largest crowd to ever see a game at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.  Carson Coffman made his first career start on Saturday night, finishing 14-of-27 with a career-high 182 yards and a career-high two touchdowns. Coffman connected with wideout Attrail Snipes with 5:34 to play for his first touchdown pass of the season, a 40-yard connection. Coffman found Snipes again right before the half with a 12-yard bullet. Coffman has now set a career-high for touchdown passes in a season with two.  Jeron Mastrud’s first reception of the season came at the 7:06 mark of the first quarter, a 15yard gain. With the distance, Mastrud became the fourth tight end in school history to record 1,000 or more yards for a career and finished the night with 1,030 yards for his career. For the night, Mastrud finished with 3 receptions for 44 yards.

FINAL STATISTICS 1 Massachusetts ..............................3 KANSAS STATE..............................0

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3 7 0

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SCORING SUMMARY FIRST QUARTER UM - Violette 35 yd field goal, 3:22 SECOND QUARTER KS - Coffman 1 yd run (Cherry kick), 14:20 KS - Snipes 40 yd pass from Coffman (Cherry kick), 5:34 KS - Snipes 12 yd pass from Coffman (Cherry kick), 0:03 THIRD QUARTER UM - Krevis 4 yd pass from Havens (Violette kick), 0:29 FOURTH QUARTER UM - Adeoba 26 yd blocked punt return (Violette kick), 14:01 WEATHER: 76 degrees, clear, wind ENE at 6 mph } KICKOFF: 6:10 p.m.

FINAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS UM KS FIRST DOWNS ..........................13 24 Rushing ..................................7 12 Passing ..................................5 8 Penalty ....................................1 4 NET YDS RUSHING ................110 225 Rushing Attempts ................26 48 Yds Gained Rushing ..........121 269 Yds Lost Rushing ................11 44 NET YDS PASSING..................102 182 Attempted ............................34 27 Completed ............................10 14 Intercepted..............................2 1 TOTAL PLAYS ............................60 75 TOTAL NET YDS ......................212 407 Avg. Per Play ......................3.5 5.4 Fumbles: No.-Lost....................0-0 3-2 Penalties: No.-Yds. ................9-65 8-71 Punts-Yds ............................9-357 7-224 Avg. Per Punt ....................39.7 32.0 Punt Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ........2-29-1 5-53-0 KO Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..............3-48-0 3-46-0 INT Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..............1-12-0 2-0-0 Possession Time ..................22:50 37:10 Third Down Conv....................4-14 8-17 Fourth Down Conv....................0-0 0-0 Sacks By: No.-Yds. ................1-13 1-9 Field Goals ................................1-2 0-1 LEADING TACKLERS Massachusetts Tyler Holmes 8-4—10; Kurt Filler 3-6—6; Shane Viveiros 4-4—6. Kansas State Tysyn Hartman 3-3—4.5; Raphael Guidry 1-5—3.5; Emmanuel Lamur 3-2—4.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING ATT YDS TD Massachusetts Tony Nelson........................19 107 0 Chris Zardas..........................2 7 0 Jon Hernandez......................3 7 0 TEAM ....................................1 -2 0 Kyle Havens ..........................1 -9 0 Kansas State Daniel Thomas....................23 Keithen Valentine................11 Grant Gregory ......................4 Carson Coffman....................9 TEAM ....................................1

104 89 21 12 -1

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Carson Coffman tossed a pair of touchdowns to senior wide receiver Attrail Snipes to help Kansas State to a 21-17 win over Massachusetts before a season-opening record crowd of 50,750 on Saturday night at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Coffman, who was making his starting debut for the Wildcats, completed 14-of-27 passes for 182 yards and a career-high two touchdowns to go with another score on the ground. He connected on a 40-yard strike to Snipes with 5:34 play in the second quarter for his first touchdown pass of the season. He followed with a second to Snipes right before the half with a 12-yard bullet. Coffman got plenty of help from the running game, as backs Daniel Thomas and Keithen Valentine helped the squad post its highest rushing total (225) since collecting 262 yards against Missouri on October 21, 2006. Thomas, making his debut in a Wildcat uniform, rushed for 104 yards on 23 carries. The 104 yards were the most by a K-State running back in a debut since 1993. Valentine added 89 yards on 11 touches. Down 3-0 to UMass after one quarter of play, the Wildcat offense grabbed the lead on a one-yard touchdown run by Coffman to cap an eight-play drive. Thomas and Valentine both had key runs on the drive, including a 34-yard scamper by Valentine to put the Wildcats in scoring range at the UMass 6. A field goal block by Emmanuel Lamur set up the Wildcats' next score, as Coffman and company drove 74 yards on five plays capped by the 40-yard pass to Snipes. A blocked punt by Chris Carney set up the final score of the second quarter. Coffman guided the Wildcats to the end zone on just two plays, first a 28-yard pass to Brandon Banks and then the 12-yard strike to Snipes. Trailing 21-3 at the half, UMass made a near comeback with two second-half touchdowns, both set up by K-State miscues. Kyle Havens turned the first turnover-a muffed punt by Brandon Banks- into on a 4-yard touchdown pass to Andrew Krevis late in the third quarter. On K-State's next drive, D.J. Adeoba scooped up Jeremy Horne's blocked punt and rumbled 26 yards for a touchdown to get the Minutemen within four.

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PASSING A-C-I YDS TD Massachusetts Kyle Havens ..............34-10-2 102 1 Kansas State Carson Coffman ........27-14-1

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RECEIVING REC YDS TD Massachusetts Julian Talley ..........................3 22 0 Victor Cruz ............................2 44 0 Tony Nelson ..........................2 7 0 Matt Silver ............................1 17 0 Jeremy Horne ......................1 8 0 Andrew Krevis ......................1 4 1 Kansas State Brandon Banks ....................7 Jeron Mastrud ......................3 Attrail Snipes ........................2 Daniel Thomas......................1 Keithen Valentine ..................1

67 44 52 12 7

0 0 2 0 0

Attrail Snipes caught two touchdown passes in the Wildcats’ season-opening win.

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GAME 2 LAFAYETTE, La. - Tyler Albrecht's first career field goal attempt was a memorable one as the junior nailed a 48yarder with 32 seconds left to give Louisiana-Lafayette a 17-15 victory over Kansas State on Saturday night. Albrecht did not attempt a field goal in his first two seasons and was limited to six extra points in a seasonopening 42-19 victory over Southern last week. The Ragin' Cajuns, unbeaten through their first two games for the first time since 1990, trailed 15-14 before driving from their 33 to the Kansas State 30. LouisianaLafayette had only two first downs in the second half before quarterback Chris Masson completed four passes for 30 yards in the final drive. Kansas State (1-1) rallied from a 14-2 deficit with two fourth-quarter touchdowns. Wildcats running back Daniel Thomas threw for one score and ran for one in that quarter, throwing a 3-yard jump pass to Jeron Mastrud off a direct snap on the first play of the final quarter. Seven minutes later, Thomas capped an 86-yard drive with a 3-yard run, and Josh Cherry hit the extra point for the 15-14 lead with 8:08 left. Thomas finished with 136 rushing yards, 92 in the second half. The Wildcats took a 2-0 lead when Masson ran out of his own end zone after a bad snap with 2:43 left in the opening quarter. Masson, who finished 20-for-36 for 185 yards, came back to guide the Ragin' Cajuns on a 61-yard drive that was capped by Undrea Sails' 9-yard touchdown run with 9:37 left in the first half. Louisiana-Lafayette drove 73 yards in the final 2:19 of the half to take a 14-2 halftime lead on Masson's 1yard pass to Luke Aubrey. The Ragin' Cajuns had three first-half turnovers, but the Wildcats couldn't take advantage despite having five first-half possessions in Ragin' Cajun territory. Kansas State was 0-for-8 on third-down conversions in the first half.

KANSAS STATE 15, LOUISIANA 17 September 12, 2009 • Lafayette, La. • Cajun Field Attendance: 16,431

SCORING SUMMARY 1 KANSAS STATE..............................2 Louisiana ......................................0

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4 13 3

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SCORING SUMMARY FIRST QUARTER KS - Team safety SECOND QUARTER UL - Sails 13 yd run (Albrecht kick), 9:37 UL - Aubrey 1 yd pass from Masson (Albrecht kick), 0:05 THIRD QUARTER No scoring FOURTH QUARTER KS - Mastrud 3 yd pass from Thomas (Cherry kick failed), 14:56 KS - Thomas 3 yd run (Cherry kick), 8:08 WEATHER: 75 degrees, light rain, calm wind  KICKOFF: 6:02 p.m.

FINAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS KS UL FIRST DOWNS ..........................16 16 Rushing ................................10 7 Passing ..................................6 9 Penalty ....................................0 0 NET YDS RUSHING ................196 102 Rushing Attempts ................46 29 Yds Gained Rushing ..........204 114 Yds Lost Rushing ..................8 12 NET YDS PASSING..................181 185 Attempted ............................30 36 Completed ............................14 20 Intercepted..............................1 1 TOTAL PLAYS ............................76 65 TOTAL NET YDS ......................377 287 Avg. Per Play ......................5.0 4.4 Fumbles: No.-Lost....................2-1 2-2 Penalties: No.-Yds. ................8-64 4-39 Punts-Yds ............................6-240 7-274 Avg. Per Punt ....................40.0 39.1 Punt Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ........2-18-0 1-0-0 KO Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..............4-76-0 2-37-0 INT Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ................1-7-0 1-1-0 Possession Time ..................36:31 23:29 Third Down Conv....................4-17 7-15 Fourth Down Conv....................3-4 0-0 Sacks By: No.-Yds. ..................0-0 0-0 Field Goals ................................0-2 1-1 LEADING TACKLERS Kansas State Tysyn Hartman 6-1—6.5; Ulla Pomele 52—6; Emmanuel Lamur 4-2—5. Louisiana Antwyn Zanders 14-1—14.5; Daylon McCoy 6-0—6; Grant Fleming 4-1—4.5.

Jeron Mastrud’s touchdown reception in the fourth quarter sparked a late Wildcat rally.

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RUSHING ATT YDS TD Kansas State Daniel Thomas....................27 136 1 Carson Coffman..................13 50 0 Grant Gregory ......................3 13 0 Brandon Banks ....................1 2 0 TEAM ....................................1 -2 0 Ryan Doerr............................1 -3 0 Louisiana Undrea Sails........................20 Chris Masson........................3 Draylon Booker ....................4 Andrew Joseph ....................1 TEAM ....................................1

78 17 9 6 -8

1 0 0 0 0

PASSING A-C-I YDS TD Kansas State Carson Coffman ........25-13-1 178 0 Grant Gregory................4-0-0 0 0 Daniel Thomas ..............1-1-0 3 1 Louisiana Chris Masson ............20-36-1

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RECEIVING REC YDS TD Kansas State Attrail Snipes ........................3 78 0 Jeron Mastrud ......................3 35 0 Brandon Banks ....................3 33 0 Daniel Thomas......................2 19 0 Lamark Brown ......................2 12 0 Sheldon Smith ......................1 4 0 Louisiana Marlin Miller..........................6 Luke Aubrey..........................6 Ladarius Green ....................2 Andrew Joseph ....................2 Undrea Sails..........................2 Pierre Hill ..............................1 Louis Lee ..............................1

47 38 29 20 15 19 17

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GAME NOTES  Kansas State’s first touchdown of the night came on a 3-yard pass from Daniel Thomas to Jeron Mastrud from the “Wildcat” formation. It was Mastrud’s third career touchdown reception and Thomas’ first touchdown pass. It also marked the first touchdown pass from a non-quarterback since then-running back Logan Dold tossed an eight-yard score against Oklahoma on Oct. 25, 2008.  Kansas State recorded a safety when Louisiana’s Chris Masson ran a low snap out of the back of the end zone on second and 7 from the Louisiana eightyard line. It was the first Wildcat safety since Steven Cline tackled Missouri running back Tony Temple in the end zone on Nov. 19, 2005.  K-State finished the night with 196 rushing yards, just four yards shy of 200. Had the Wildcats reached the 200-yard plateau, it would have been the first time since 2005 that the team tallied back-to-back 200yard rushing games.  Senior tight end Jeron Mastrud finished the game with three receptions for 35 yards and one touchdown. His 35 yards gives him 1,065 for his career, needing 301 yards to become the all-time receiving yardage by a tight end in K-State history.  After averaging 37.5 yards on six punts last week, Ryan Doerr boomed five punts for a 40.8yard average, including a long of 50 yards.

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GAME 3

KANSAS STATE 9, UCLA 23 September 19, 2009 • Pasadena, Ca. • The Rose Bowl Attendance: 67,311

SCORING SUMMARY

GAME NOTES  Junior Josh Cherry connected on a 26-yard field attempt in the first quarter, giving the Wildcats their first points of the evening. It was Cherry’s first career field goal after going 0for-3 in the first two games... The field goal also extended KState’s scoring streak to 155 games, the 10th longest in the nation and the second longest in the Big 12.  In its first possession of the second half, Kansas State drove 80 yards on 14 plays in 7:51, which was capped by a Daniel Thomas seven-yard touchdown run. It was the longest drive this season in terms of yards (previous best: 76 vs. UMass) and time (previous best: 5:48 vs. UMass). It also marked the first time this season the Cats scored on the opening possession of either half this season.  Kansas State’s Brandon Banks returned four kicks for 135 yards, a 33.8-yard return average. He returned kicks of 36, 39 and 40 yards, the latter a Wildcat season long. Last season, Banks topped the century mark in kickoff return yardage on three occasions, including a 167-yard performance against Nebraska.  Saturday-evenings’ attendance at The Rose Bowl was 67,311. It was the largest crowd to see Kansas State in a non-conference road game since 86,439.

1 KANSAS STATE..............................3 UCLA ............................................7

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3 6 0

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SCORING SUMMARY FIRST QUARTER UCLA - Franklin 3 yd run (Forbath kick), 5:16 KS - Cherry 26 yd field goal, 2:03 SECOND QUARTER UCLA - Forbath 39 yd field goal, 14:51 UCLA - Forbath 35 yd field goal, 5:00 THIRD QUARTER KS - Thomas 7 yd run (Doerr missed field goal kick), 5:14 FOURTH QUARTER UCLA - Forbath 40 yd field goal, 9:55 UCLA - Austin 51 yd pass from Craft (Forbath kick), 6:18 WEATHER: 75 degrees, hazy, no wind  KICKOFF: 7:27 p.m.

FINAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS KS FIRST DOWNS ..........................19 Rushing ................................10 Passing ..................................7 Penalty ....................................2 NET YDS RUSHING ..................69 Rushing Attempts ................37 Yds Gained Rushing ..........138 Yds Lost Rushing ................69 NET YDS PASSING..................199 Attempted ............................35 Completed ............................21 Intercepted..............................2 TOTAL PLAYS ............................72 TOTAL NET YDS ......................268 Avg. Per Play ......................3.7 Fumbles: No.-Lost....................2-0 Penalties: No.-Yds. ................4-50 Punts-Yds ............................5-202 Avg. Per Punt ....................40.4 Punt Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ........1-11-0 KO Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ............4-135-0 INT Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ................1-0-0 Possession Time ..................34:03 Third Down Conv....................3-14 Fourth Down Conv....................1-3 Sacks By: No.-Yds. ..................0-0 Field Goals ................................1-2

UCLA 16 8 7 1 173 34 180 7 186 24 13 1 58 359 6.2 1-1 8-80 3-140 46.7 2-19-0 3-77-0 2-47-0 25:57 3-10 0-0 6-55 3-3

LEADING TACKLERS Kansas State Ulla Pomele 6-1—6.5; David Garrett 5-2— 5; Joshua Moore 5-0—5. UCLA Tony Dye 7-2—8; Kyle Bosworth 5-1— 5.5; Akeem 5-0—5.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING ATT YDS TD Kansas State Daniel Thomas....................15 54 1 Keithen Valentine ..................1 7 0 Carson Coffman..................20 6 0 Braden Wilson ......................1 2 0 UCLA Johna Franklin ....................23 Derric Coleman ....................8 Kevin Craft ............................2 TEAM ....................................1

119 46 9 -1

PASADENA, Calif. - Kevin Craft made the most of a second opportunity Saturday night, passing for 186 yards and a touchdown to lead unbeaten UCLA to a 23-9 victory over Kansas State at the Rose Bowl. Craft, completed 13 of 24 passes with one interception including a game-clinching 51-yard scoring pass to Terrence Austin with 6:18 remaining. Carson Coffman completed 20 of 34 passes for 193 yards with two interceptions and was sacked six times for the Wildcats (1-2). Daniel Thomas, who became the first player to begin his Kansas State career with consecutive 100-yard rushing performances since Cornelius Davis accomplished the feat in 1966, was held to 54 yards on 15 carries. After being held to one field goal in the first half, Kansas State moved 80 yards on 14 plays on their first possession of the third quarter, scoring on a 7-yard run by Thomas to trim UCLA's lead to 13-9. The conversion failed after a botched snap. Thomas carried eight times for 43 yards on the drive, which consumed nearly eight minutes. Ryan Doerr pinned the Bruins deep in their territory with a 53-yard punt to the 4 yard line late in the third quarter, and after forcing a punt, the Wildcats got the ball back at the UCLA 41. But Josh Cherry missed a 40yard field goal in the opening minute of the final period. The Wildcats then drove into position for a 26-yard field goal by Cherry to draw within four points. Craft's 18-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Moya on UCLA's second possession was nullified by an illegal man downfield, forcing the Bruins to settle for a 39-yard field goal by Forbath on the second play of the second quarter. Forbath added a 35-yarder later in the second quarter to make it 13-3, and that's how it stood at halftime. The Bruins had another potential scoring chance in the second period, but Joshua Moore picked off Craft's long pass at the Kansas State 19-yard line.

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PASSING A-C-I YDS TD Kansas State Carson Coffman.........34-20-2 193 0 Daniel Thomas ..............1-1-0 6 0 UCLA Kevin Craft ................24-13-1

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RECEIVING REC YDS TD Kansas State Brandon Banks ....................6 33 0 Daniel Thomas......................4 61 0 Lamark Brown ......................4 43 0 Jeron Mastrud ......................2 20 0 Brice Vignery ........................2 14 0 Sheldon Smith ......................1 18 0 Attrail Snipes ........................1 6 0 Braden Wilson ......................1 4 0 UCLA Nelson Rosario ....................3 Terrenc Austin ......................2 Logan Paulsen ......................2 Ryan Moya............................2 Taylor Embree ......................1 Cory Harkey ..........................1 Chris Vaughn ........................1 Brock Bolen ..........................1

45 58 23 22 17 10 7 4

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Daniel Thomas’ touchdown run in the third quarter brought the Cats to within 13-9 of UCLA.

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GAME 4 MANHATTAN, Kan. - Senior Brandon Banks became the 12th player in NCAA history, including the first Big 12 player, to return two kickoff for touchdowns in the same game, as Kansas State rolled past Tennessee Tech, 49-7, on a beautiful Saturday afternoon at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Banks, whose 303 all-purpose yards ranks fifth in school history, broke a 7-all tie with a 91-yard kick return with 2:28 remaining in the first quarter then jump-started the second half with a 92-yard return to give the Wildcats a 28-7 lead. Banks also had three receptions for 90 yards, including an electrifying 64-yard reception to set up a 2-yard score by junior running back Daniel Thomas in the second quarter. The last player to achieve the feat of two kickoff returns for touchdowns was UCLA's Brandon Breazell against Northwestern in the Sun Bowl on Dec. 30, 2005. Banks' banner day overshadowed another fine outing by Thomas, who recorded his third 100-yard rushing game of the season with a career-high 139 yards to go with two touchdowns. Two other rushers - seniors Keithen Valentine (73 yards on 10 carries) and Grant Gregory (58 yards on nine carries) - tallied 50 or more yards to help the Wildcats post their highest rushing total since 2005. Junior quarterback Carson Coffman was also solid on the day, completing 8-of-9 passes for 131 yards. He also capped K-State's second offensive scoring drive with a 5yard score in the second quarter. Backup signal caller Grant Gregory saw his most significant action of the season, playing most of the third and fourth quarters. Gregory was a perfect 2-of-2 passing for 21 yards to go with 58 yards rushing. He scored his first career touchdown as a Wildcat on a one-yard run with 10:50 left in the fourth quarter that capped the scoring. The K-State offense finished with a season-high 49 points, which was four more than it had totaled in its three previous games of the season. The squad also collected season bests for total yards (448) and rushing yards (296). The defense was again stellar on the afternoon, holding the Golden Eagles to just 107 yards of total offense including negative 19 yards rushing to go with three sacks.

TENNESSEE TECH 7, KANSAS STATE 49 September 26, 2009 • Manhattan, Kan. • Bill Snyder Family Stadium Attendance: 48,094

SCORING SUMMARY 1 Tennessee Tech ............................7 KANSAS STATE............................14

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SECOND QUARTER KS - Coffman 5 yd run (Cherry kick), 2:34 THIRD QUARTER KS - Banks 92 yd kickoff return (Cherry kick), 14:46 KS - Thomas 1 yd run (Cherry kick), 11:34 KS - Valentine 15 yd run (Klimek kick), 5:28 FOURTH QUARTER KS - Gregory 1 yd run (Klimek kick), 10:59 WEATHER: 68 degrees, sunny, wind WNW at 9 mph  KICKOFF: 1:10 p.m.

FINAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS TTU KS FIRST DOWNS ............................9 24 Rushing ..................................0 19 Passing ..................................5 4 Penalty ....................................4 1 Rushing Attempts......................25 60 Yds Gained Rushing ..................28 317 Yds Lost Rushing ......................47 21 NET YDS RUSHING..................-19 296 NET YDS PASSING..................126 152 Attempted ............................19 11 Completed ............................12 10 Intercepted..............................1 0 TOTAL PLAYS ............................44 71 TOTAL NET YDS ......................107 448 Avg. Per Play ......................2.4 6.3 Fumbles: No.-Lost....................0-0 1-0 Penalties: No.-Yds. ................4-30 10-96 Punts-Yds ............................8-348 0-0 Avg. Per Punt ....................43.5 0.0 Punt Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..........0-0-0 5-81-0 KO Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..............6-85-0 2-182-2 INT Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ................0-0-0 1-0-0 Possession Time ..................23:52 36:08 Third Down Conv....................2-11 5-10 Fourth Down Conv....................1-1 3-4 Sacks By: No.-Yds. ..................1-7 3-33 Field Goals ................................0-0 0-1

Kansas State Alex Hrebec 6-4—10; Kevin Rohleder 31—4; Hansen Sekona 2-2—4.

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SCORING SUMMARY FIRST QUARTER KS - Thomas 1 yd run (Cherry kick), 5:35 TNT - Hogue 19 yd pass from Sweeney (Donegan kick), 2:40 KS -Banks 91 yd kickoff return (Cherry kick), 2:28

LEADING TACKLERS Tennessee Tech Jake McIntosh 4-5—9; Justin Vann 3-5— 8; Howard Griffin 3-5—8.

Brandon Banks tied an NCAA record with two kickoff return touchdowns against Tennessee Tech.

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING ATT YDS TD Tennessee Tech Cedric Wilkerson ..................3 9 0 Dontey Gay ..........................7 4 0 Zack Ziegler ..........................1 3 0 Jimmie Blair..........................5 2 0 Tre Lamb ..............................2 1 0 Cass Barnes..........................4 -5 0 Lee Sweeney ........................3 -33 0 Kansas State Daniel Thomas....................26 Keithen Valentine................10 Grant Gregory ......................9 Jarell Childs ..........................5 Carson Coffman....................5 Adrian Hilburn ......................1 Brandon Banks ....................1 Team......................................3

139 73 58 26 5 1 1 -7

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PASSING A-C-I YDS TD Louisiana Lee Sweeney..............18-11-1 121 1 Tre Lamb ..........................1-1 5 0 Kansas State Carson Coffman ............9-8-0 Grant Gregory....................2-2

131 21

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RECEIVING REC YDS TD Tennessee Tech Tim Benford ..........................3 19 0 Jamere Hogue ......................2 26 1 Anton Robinson....................2 20 0 Corey Watson ......................1 27 0 Charlie Stevens ....................1 16 0 Kansas State Brandon Banks ....................3 Jeron Mastrud ......................3 Travis Tannahill ....................1 Collin Klein ............................1 Braden Wilson ......................1 Sheldon Smith ......................1

90 26 16 8 7 5

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 Brandon Banks returned a pair of Tennessee Tech kickoffs for touchdowns on Saturday (91 and 92 yards). His two kickoff returns for a touchdown in the same game tied an NCAA record last achieved by Brandon Breazell of UCLA against Northwestern on Dec. 30, 2005. It broke a Big 12 record for kickoff return touchdowns by the same player in a game. Banks is the first player in school history to return two kickoffs for touchdowns in the same game.  Kansas State finished with a season-high 49 points, surpassing the previous high of 21 against UMass.  K-State’s defense allowed Tennessee Tech just 107 yards of total offense on Saturday, the lowest total allowed since allowing 53 yards on Sept. 16, 2000 against Ball State. The Wildcats’ defense held the Golden Eagles to minus-19 yards rushing on Saturday, which is the lowest rushing total allowed by the Wildcats since Oct. 26, 2002 against Baylor (-37).  K-State’s offense registered points on their first drive of the game for the first time this season, a two-yard touchdown run by running back Daniel Thomas. Thomas’ touchdown extended K-State’s scoring streak to 156 games, the 10th longest streak in the nation and the second-longest in the Big 12.  Sophomore defensive back Tysyn Hartman recorded his team-leading third interception of the season and career. Hartman finished the day with three tackles and an interception. He leads the Wildcats in tackles (21) and interceptions (three) this season.

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KANSAS STATE 24, IOWA STATE 23 October 3, 2008 • Kansas City, Mo. • Arrowhead Stadium Attendance: 40,851

SCORING SUMMARY

GAME NOTES  Senior quarterback Grant Gregory started his first career game Saturday afternoon against Iowa State... Gregory finished the day 16-for-23 for 206 yards and two touchdowns. Gregory’s fourth-quarter touchdown to Lamark Brown was his first touchdown pass as a Wildcat and the first since 2007 when he played at South Florida.  Kansas State possed the ball for 11:15 in the first quarter, marking the third time this season the Cats had the ball for at least 11 minutes in a quarter. In the fourth quarter against Massachusetts, K-State held the ball for 11:58, while, in the third quarter at Louisiana, the Wildcats held the ball for 11:14.  Kansas State forced and recovered a pair of fumbles on consecutive Iowa State possessions.  Junior place kicker Josh Cherry nailed a 39-yard field goal with 0:05 left in the first half to tie the game at 10 apiece. It was Cherry’s second true field goal this season and bested a 26yard field goal at UCLA three weeks ago.  Sophomore linebacker Alex Hrebec topped double-digits in tackles for the second-straight week and the secondstraight year against Iowa State, finishing the contest with 11 stops.  The blocked extra point by the Wildcats was the 36th kick KState has blocked since 2002. K-State is ranked fourth in that category during that time frame.

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SCORING SUMMARY FIRST QUARTER KS - Gregory 2 yd run (Cherry kick), 5:11 SECOND QUARTER ISU - Mahoney 32 yd field goal, 9:39 ISU - Catlett 22 yd pass from Arnaud (Mahoney kick), 3:55 KS - Cherry 39 yd field goal, 0:05 THIRD QUARTER ISU - Arnaud 3 yd run (Mahoney kick), 7:27 FOURTH QUARTER KS - Brown 16 yd pass from Gregory (Cherry kick), 13:45 KS - Banks 54 yd pass from Gregory (Cherry kick), 5:36 ISU - Williams 23 yd pass from Arnaud (Mahoney kick blocked), 0:32 WEATHER: 58 degrees, mostly cloudy  KICKOFF: 2:10 p.m.

FINAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS KS ISU FIRST DOWNS ..........................15 20 Rushing ..................................8 9 Passing ..................................4 10 Penalty ....................................3 1 Rushing Attempts......................42 41 Yds Gained Rushing ................168 213 Yds Lost Rushing ......................14 6 NET YDS RUSHING ................154 207 NET YDS PASSING..................206 164 Attempted ............................23 27 Completed ............................16 13 Intercepted..............................1 0 TOTAL PLAYS ............................65 68 TOTAL NET YDS ......................360 371 Avg. Per Play ......................5.5 5.5 Fumbles: No.-Lost....................2-1 2-2 Penalties: No.-Yds. ................6-52 5-65 Punts-Yds ............................5-201 5-216 Avg. Per Punt ....................40.2 43.2 Punt Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..........0-0-0 0-0-0 KO Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..............4-83-0 5-127-0 INT Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ................0-0-0 1--2-0 Possession Time ..................33:33 26:27 Third Down Conv....................8-16 6-15 Fourth Down Conv....................0-0 1-1 Sacks By: No.-Yds. ..................0-0 1-11 Field Goals ................................1-1 1-1 LEADING TACKLERS Kansas State Alex Hrebec 5-6—8; Joshua Moore 4-3— 5.5; Jeffrey Fitzgerald 3-4—5.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING ATT YDS TD Kansas State Daniel Thomas....................25 96 0 Brandon Banks ....................2 31 0 Grant Gregory ....................14 29 1 Team......................................1 -2 0 Iowa State Austen Arnaud....................16 Jeremiah Schwartz ............21 Alexander Robinson ............4

84 76 47

GAME 5 KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Sophomore defensive back Emmanuel Lamur blocked the tying extra-point with 32 seconds remaining to help Kansas State earn its first Big 12 win with a 24-23 victory over Iowa State at Arrowhead Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Senior quarterback Grant Gregory threw two fourthquarter touchdowns in his first career start as a Wildcat, completing 16 of 23 passes for 206 yards to go with 29 yards rushing on 14 carries and one touchdown. The go-ahead score came with 5:36 remaining in the game in which Gregory rolled out to avoid the rush before hitting senior wideout Brandon Banks on a 54-yard strike. Junior running back Daniel Thomas nearly collected his fourth 100-yard game of the season, posting 96 yards on 25 carries. He also had five catches for 38 yards, including a 13-yard catch. Banks, the reigning Big 12 Special Teams of the Week, totaled 164 of allpurpose yards, including four catches for 66 yards and a touchdown and three kickoffs for 67 yards. The offenses were nearly identical with Iowa State (3-2, 0-1 Big 12) holding a narrow advantage on total yards, 371-360. The Wildcats (3-2, 1-0 Big 12) had 206 yards passing to go with 154 yards on the ground. Once again, K-State held the edge in time of possession (33:33 to 26:27) and converted eight of 16 third-down conversions. Gregory got the scoring started with a 2-yard run to cap a 13-play, 89-yard drive on its opening possession that consumed seven minutes of the first quarter. Thomas got the ball on the first five possession and totaled 30 yards on seven rushes. The defense was led by the play of linebacker Alex Hrebec, who had a team-high eight tackles. Defensive back Joshua Moore had 5 1/2 tackles and a break-up, while Jeffrey Fitzgerald totaled five tackles. Linebacker John Houlik posted 4 1/2 tackles and one fumble recovery and defensive back Stephen Harrison had four stops and two pass break-ups.

1 0 0

PASSING A-C-I YDS TD Kansas State Grant Gregory............23-16-1 206 2 Iowa State Austen Arnaud ..........27-13-0

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RECEIVING REC YDS TD Kansas State Daniel Thomas......................5 38 0 Brandon Banks ....................4 66 1 Lamark Brown ......................3 61 1 Collin Klein ............................2 4 0 Attrail Snipes ........................1 24 0 Jeron Mastrud ......................1 13 0 Iowa State Jake Williams........................5 Marquis Hamilton ................3 Derrick Catlett ......................3 Collin Franklin ......................2

61 47 46 10

1 0 1 0

Iowa State Jesse Smith 6-6—9; James Smith 5-4—7; Fred Garrin 5-1—5.5.

Emmanuel Lamur’s blocked extra point secured K-State’s win against Iowa State at Arrowhead.

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GAME 6 LUBBOCK, Texas -Quarterback Steven Sheffield threw for 490 yards and seven touchdown passes in his first career start to help Texas Tech beat Kansas State 66-14 on Saturday night. Three Red Raiders receivers tallied 90 yards or more. Lewis caught eight passes for 100 yards, Franks had three passes for 99 yards and Swindall got 97 yards on five catches. Texas Tech's running game kept Kansas State offbalance. Baron Batch rushed for 86 yards on nine carries and Harrison Jeffers got 55 yards on seven carries. The Wildcats offense was anemic in the first half. They sustained only one drive in the first half, managing four first downs and hanging onto the ball for more than six minutes on their opening possession. Grant Gregory got sacked three times-twice by Brandon Sharpe and once by Ra'Jon Henley-before Carson Coffman replaced him late in the second quarter. Kansas State's first score came from its defense. Sheffield threw an interception on his first pass of the second half when Wildcats end Jeffrey Fitzgerald stepped in front of a ball meant for Alex Torres and returned it 17 yards to make it 38-7. It wasn't until quarterback Carson Coffman replaced Gregory that the Wildcats showed some life. He was 11for-17 and finished with 131 passing yards. Coffman found some success in the third quarter but it didn't translate into a touchdown. After a 52-yard pass to Daniel Thomas and a 29-yarder to Jeron Mastrud, the Wildcats failed on a fourth-and-5 and gave the ball back to the Red Raiders. Kansas State scored its second touchdown-and its only offensive one- midway through the fourth quarter when Keithen Valentine ran for an 8-yard touchdown to whittle the margin to 59-14. Valentine rushed for a career-high 96 yards on eight carries.

KANSAS STATE 14, TEXAS TECH 66 October 10, 2009 • Lubbock, Texas. • Jones AT&T Stadium Attendance: 47,382

SCORING SUMMARY 1 KANSAS STATE..............................0 Texas Tech ..................................14

4 7 14

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FINAL 14 66

GAME NOTES

SECOND QUARTER TT - Williams 20 yd field goal, 11:28 TT - Lewis 4 yd pass from Sheffield (Williams kick), 6:49 TT - Franks 72 yd pass from Sheffield (Williams kick), 3:59 TT - Torres 28 yd pass from Sheffield (Williams kick), 0:29 THIRD QUARTER KS - Fitzgerald 17 yd interception return (Cherry kick), 12:54 TT - Batch 4 yd run (Williams kick), 7:59 TT - Lewis 12 yd pass from Sheffield (Williams kick), 3:52 FOURTH QUARTER TT - Leong 25 yd pass from Sheffield (Williams kick), 12:34 KS - Valentine 8 yd run (Cherry kick), 7:33 TT - Brinker 7 yd pass from Doege (Williams kick), 4:09 WEATHER: 48 degrees, cloudy, wind E at 12 mph  KICKOFF: 6:00 p.m.

FINAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS KS TT FIRST DOWNS ..........................10 33 Rushing ..................................4 11 Passing ..................................5 21 Penalty ....................................1 1 Rushing Attempts......................28 26 Yds Gained Rushing ................154 201 Yds Lost Rushing ......................38 16 NET YDS RUSHING ................116 185 NET YDS PASSING..................168 554 Attempted ............................24 49 Completed ............................16 39 Intercepted..............................0 1 TOTAL PLAYS ............................52 75 TOTAL NET YDS ......................284 739 Avg. Per Play ......................5.5 9.9 Fumbles: No.-Lost....................4-2 2-0 Penalties: No.-Yds. ................9-78 8-95 Punts-Yds ............................7-275 1-35 Avg. Per Punt ....................39.3 35.0 Punt Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..........0-0-0 2-3-0 KO Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..........11-184-0 2-49-0 INT Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..............1-17-1 0-0-0 Possession Time ..................28:15 31:45 Third Down Conv....................3-12 5-8 Fourth Down Conv....................0-1 1-1 Sacks By: No.-Yds. ..................2-9 4-31 Field Goals ................................0-0 1-1

Texas Tech F. Mitchem 5-0—5; Donnie Carona 5-0— 5; D.J. Johnson 5-0—5.

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SCORING SUMMARY FIRST QUARTER TT - Swindall 52 yd pass from Sheffield (Williams kick), 11:31 TT - Torres 6 yd pass from Sheffield (Williams kick), 1:49

LEADING TACKLERS Kansas State Troy Butler 7-0—7; Joshua Moore 5-0—5; David Garrett 4-2—5.

Jeffrey Fitzgerald recorded an interception return for a touchdown in the third quarter at Texas Tech.

2 0 24

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING ATT YDS TD Kansas State Keithen Valentine ..................8 96 1 Daniel Thomas....................11 49 0 Carson Coffman....................3 -5 0 Grant Gregory ......................6 -24 0 Texas Tech Baron Batch ..........................9 H. Jeffers ..............................7 Eric Stephens........................5 S. Sheffield............................3 Seth Doege ..........................2

86 55 34 19 -9

1 0 0 0 0

PASSING A-C-I YDS TD Kansas State Carson Coffman ........16-11-0 131 0 Grant Gregory................8-5-0 37 0 Texas Tech S. Sheffield ................41-33-1 Seth Doege ....................8-6-0

490 64

7 1

RECEIVING REC YDS TD Kansas State Attrail Snipes ........................7 82 0 Daniel Thomas......................4 50 0 Jeron Mastrud ......................2 6 0 Brice Vignery ........................1 13 0 Lamark Brown ......................1 12 0 Brandon Banks ....................1 5 0 Texas Tech Detron Lewis ........................8 H. Jeffers ..............................6 T. Swindall ............................5 Jacoby Franks ......................3 A. Zouzalik ............................3 Eric Stephens........................3 Baron Batch ..........................3 Lyle Leong ............................2 Edward Britton......................2 Alex Torres ............................2 Brik Brinker ..........................1

100 47 97 99 44 18 12 47 44 34 7

2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 1

 Senior defensive lineman Jeffrey Fitzgerald intercepted Steven Sheffield’s first pass of the second half and returned it 17 yards for a touchdown. The third-quarter interception was the first by a defensive lineman since Brandon Balkcom intercepted Texas Tech’s Taylor Potts on Oct. 4 last season in Manhattan.  Senior tight end Jeron Mastrud caught two passes for six yards. It marked the 22nd straight game Mastrud has caught a pass, the fifth-longest streak by a Wildcat since 1990, but the longest by a tight end. Mastrud now has 1,130 career yards, the third most by a tight end in school history.  Running back Keithen Valentine set a career-high with 96 rushing yards - including a 61yarder - on eight carries. The senior also recorded one touchdown.  Texas Tech racked up 739 yards of offense, including 427 yards in the first half... The 427 first-half yards were the most allowed by the Wildcats since at least 2003.  Kansas State allowed more 20plus yard plays against Texas Tech (12) than it had allowed in the first five games this season (9).  Wide receiver Attrail Snipes caught a career-high seven passes for 82 yards.

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TEXAS A&M 14, KANSAS STATE 62 October 17, 2009 • Manhattan, Kan. • Bill Snyder Family Stadium Attendance: 44,934

SCORING SUMMARY GAME NOTES  The Wildcats’ final point total of 62 are the most in a Big 12 game for K-State since scoring 64 points at Kansas on Nov. 2, 2002. K-State’s first half point total of 38 points are the most points in a half since the Wildcats scored 50 against New Mexico State on Sept. 22, 2001.  Running back Daniel Thomas rushed 18 times for 91 yards and four touchdowns. He became the sixth player in school history (seventh occurrence) to register four or more rushing touchdowns in a game. His eight rushing touchdowns this season are the most by a KState running back since James Johnson rushed for 12 touchdowns in the 2007 season.  Wide receiver Brandon Banks caught six passes for 60 yards, returned five punts for 53 yards and two kickoffs for 129 yards, including a 97-yard touchdown, to finish with 242 allpurpose yards. Banks registered his fourth career kickoff return for a touchdown and his third of the season with a 97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown to open the second half. Banks now holds the career and season kickoff return for touchdown records at KState.  Running Back Keithen Valentine rushed 10 times for 61 yards and a career-high two touchdowns. Valentine registered a career-high distance for a touchdown run, with a 20-yard scamper on his second touchdown of the night.

1 Texas A&M ....................................0 KANSAS STATE............................17

2 0 21

3 14 21

4 0 3

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FINAL 14 62

SCORING SUMMARY FIRST QUARTER KS - Thomas 7 yd run (Cherry kick), 13:00 KS - Cherry 23 yd field goal, 6:34 KS - Thomas 3 yd run (Cherry kick), 3:34 SECOND QUARTER KS - Thomas 9 yd run (Cherry kick), 8:19 KS - Thomas 17 yd run (Cherry kick), 1:02 KS - Klein 16 yd pass from Gregory (Cherry kick), 0:10 THIRD QUARTER KS - Banks 97 yd kickoff return (Cherry kick), 14:46 KS - Valentine 9 yd run (Cherry kick), 13:50 KS - Valentine 20 yd run (Cherry kick), 9:48 TAMU - Nwachukwu 66 yd pass from Johnson (Bullock kick), 9:34 TAMU - Nwachukwu 23 yd pass from Johnson (Bullock kick), 5:01 FOURTH QUARTER KS - Klimek 46 yd field goal, 8:07

WEATHER: 49 degrees, clear, wind E at 5 mph  KICKOFF: 6:10 p.m.

FINAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS TAM FIRST DOWNS ..........................19 Rushing ..................................3 Passing ................................13 Penalty ....................................3 Rushing Attempts......................23 Yds Gained Rushing ..................51 Yds Lost Rushing ......................64 NET YDS RUSHING..................-13 NET YDS PASSING..................314 Attempted ............................45 Completed ............................21 Intercepted..............................3 TOTAL PLAYS ............................68 TOTAL NET YDS ......................301 Avg. Per Play ......................4.4 Fumbles: No.-Lost....................2-2 Penalties: No.-Yds. ................4-46 Punts-Yds ............................8-300 Avg. Per Punt ....................37.5 Punt Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..........0-0-0 KO Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..........10-170-0 INT Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ................0-0-0 Possession Time ..................22:52 Third Down Conv....................4-14 Fourth Down Conv....................1-2 Sacks By: No.-Yds. ..................1-7 Field Goals ................................0-0

KS 24 14 8 2 52 256 24 232 192 19 15 0 71 424 6.0 2-0 7-54 5-200 40.0 5-53-0 2-129-1 3-34-0 37:08 4-13 1-2 6-53 2-2

LEADING TACKLERS Texas A&M Jordan Pugh 7-3—10; Garr. Williams 63—9; Trent Hunter 5-4—9. Kansas State Emmanuel Lamur 4-2—6; Jeffrey Fitzgerald 4-1—5; John Houlik 4-1—5.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING ATT YDS TD Texas A&M Chr. Michael........................11 22 0 Cyrus Gray ............................2 3 0 Jamie McCoy ........................1 2 0 Jerrod Johnson ....................9 -40 0 Kansas State Daniel Thomas....................18 Keithen Valentine................10 Jarell Childs ..........................8 Grant Gregory ......................9 Braden Wilson ......................2 Carson Coffman....................4 Collin Klein ............................1

91 61 53 33 6 -4 -8

GAME 7 MANHATTAN, Kan. - Daniel Thomas ran for four touchdowns in the first half and Brandon Banks returned the second-half kickoff 97 yards for another score, leading Kansas State to an improbable 62-14 rout over Texas A&M Saturday night. A week after allowing 66 points and more than 700 yards in a disheartening loss to Texas Tech, Kansas State (4-3, 2-1 Big 12) steamrolled Texas A&M on both sides of the ball for its most lopsided conference win since beating Iowa State 58-7 in 2002. The Wildcats led 38-0 at halftime after Thomas scored on runs of 7, 3, 9 and 17 yards, then scored 21 points over the first 5:12 of the third quarter before Texas A&M (3-3, 0-2) finally started to put points on the board. Keithen Valentine ran for a pair of touchdowns in the second half and Grant Gregory was steady after being replaced by Carson Coffman last week, throwing for 147 yards and a touchdown on 10-of-13 passing. Kansas State's defense forced five turnovers while holding the Aggies to 70 first-half yards and minus-13 yards rushing overall. The Wildcats also harassed Jerrod Johnson, the Big 12's total offense leader, with six sacks and three interceptions, ending his Big 12 record at 242 pass attempts without throwing a pick. He finished with 314 yards passing and threw two touchdowns to Uzoma Nwachukwu -- both after Kansas State had built a 59-0 lead. The defensive dominance gave the Wildcats a short field most of the game and they took advantage, scoring on six of seven drives for their most points in a half since scoring 50 against New Mexico State in 2001.

4 2 0 0 0 0 0

PASSING A-C-I YDS TD Texas A&M Jerrod Johnson ........45-21-3 314 2 Kansas State Grant Gregory............13-10-0 Carson Coffman ............6-5-0

147 45

1 0

RECEIVING REC YDS TD Texas A&M Howard Morrow ..................6 75 0 U. Nwachukwu......................5 136 2 Chr. Michael ..........................4 12 0 Jamie McCoy ........................2 27 0 Terrence McCoy....................1 20 0 Bran. Jackson ......................1 19 0 Cyrus Gray ............................1 15 0 Ryan Tannehill ......................1 10 0 Kansas State Brandon Banks ....................6 Jeron Mastrud ......................2 Collin Klein ............................2 Travis Tannahill ....................1 Braden Wilson ......................1 Attrail Snipes ........................1 Daniel Thomas......................1 Cole Bachamp ......................1

60 52 21 21 18 11 7 2

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Daniel Thomas ran for four scores in the first half alone in the Cats’ win over Texas A&M.

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GAME 8 MANHATTAN, Kan. - Senior Daniel Thomas ran for 145 yards and a touchdown, and Emmanuel Lamur had two interceptions to lead Big 12 North-leading Kansas State to a 20-6 win over Colorado on Saturday. Kansas State (5-3, 3-1) is alone atop the Big 12 North after impressive wins over Texas A&M and Colorado. The Wildcats forced four turnovers and held Colorado to 244 total yards for their first 3-1 start in the Big 12 since 2000, during coach Bill Snyder's first tenure. Colorado (2-5, 1-2) looked nothing like the team that traded big plays with Kansas last week, scoring on its first drive and doing little else to lose its 10th-straight road game. The Buffaloes are 2-17 away from Boulder in coach Dan Hawkins' three-plus seasons. Kansas State's running game has been a big part of its recent success. The Wildcats have been consistent on the ground all season, ranking third in the Big 12, and even better the past two games, getting 204 yards against Colorado after a 232-yard day against Texas A&M. Defense, though, has been the biggest difference. Since allowing more than 700 yards and seven touchdowns to Texas Tech, Kansas State has dominated the first half the past two weeks, leading Texas A&M and Colorado by a combined 58-6. The Wildcats have forced 10 turnovers and have had nine sacks the past two games after getting six the first six games. The Wildcats chased Hansen all over the backfield on nearly every pass play and preventing him from running upfield after numerous escapes. Kansas State sacked Hansen four times and held him to 81 total yards.

COLORADO 6, KANSAS STATE 20 October 24, 2009 • Manhattan, Kan. • Bill Snyder Family Stadium Attendance: 42,019

SCORING SUMMARY 1 Colorado........................................6 KANSAS STATE..............................3

4 0 0

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FINAL 6 20

GAME NOTES

SECOND QUARTER KS - Thomas 4 yd run (Cherry kick), 13:19 KS - Cherry 27 yd field goal, 11:24 KS - Gregory 5 yd run (Cherry kick), 1:11 THIRD QUARTER No scoring FOURTH QUARTER No scoring WEATHER: 51 degrees, cloudy, wind SW at 5 mph  KICKOFF: 11:30 a.m.

FINAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS CU KS FIRST DOWNS ..........................15 14 Rushing ..................................4 8 Passing ................................10 4 Penalty ....................................1 2 Rushing Attempts......................31 42 Yds Gained Rushing ................100 232 Yds Lost Rushing ......................40 28 NET YDS RUSHING ..................60 204 NET YDS PASSING..................184 80 Attempted ............................37 18 Completed ............................17 9 Intercepted..............................2 0 TOTAL PLAYS ............................68 60 TOTAL NET YDS ......................244 284 Avg. Per Play ......................3.6 4.7 Fumbles: No.-Lost....................3-2 1-1 Penalties: No.-Yds. ................8-69 9-69 Punts-Yds ............................7-262 7-234 Avg. Per Punt ....................37.4 33.4 Punt Ret: No.-Yds.-TD..........3--3-0 3-10-0 KO Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..............4-82-0 2-71-0 INT Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ................0-0-0 2-0-0 Possession Time ..................25:43 34:17 Third Down Conv....................5-16 2-11 Fourth Down Conv....................0-2 0-0 Sacks By: No.-Yds. ................2-17 4-32 Field Goals ................................0-0 2-2

Kansas State Ulla Pomele 5-2—7; John Houlik 5-1—6; Joshua Moore 4-2—6.

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SCORING SUMMARY FIRST QUARTER KS - Cherry 25 yd field goal, 10:49 CU - Stewart 2 yd run (Goodman kick missed), 5:39

LEADING TACKLERS Colorado Jeff Smart 9-3—12; Ray Polk 5-6—11; Benjamin Burney 4-1—5.

Grant Gregory’s second-quarter touchdown put the Cats in control at 20-6.

2 0 17

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING ATT YDS TD Colorado Rodney Stewart ..................16 49 1 Matt DiLallo ..........................1 8 0 Demetrius Sumler ................2 7 0 Cody Hawkins ......................1 4 0 Tyler Hansen ......................11 -8 0 Kansas State Daniel Thomas....................20 Grant Gregory ....................11 Keithen Valentine ..................6 Brandon Banks ....................2 Team......................................3

145 27 21 15 -4

1 1 0 0 0

PASSING A-C-I YDS TD Colorado Cody Hawkins............23-10-2 95 0 Tyler Hansen ................14-7-0 89 0 Kansas State Grant Gregory..............18-9-0

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RECEIVING REC YDS TD Colorado Scotty McKnight ..................6 61 0 Riar Geer ..............................3 42 0 Ryan Deehan ........................3 18 0 Markques Simas ..................2 24 0 Rodney Stewart ....................1 17 0 Brian Lockridge ....................1 13 0 Dustin Ebner ........................1 9 0 Kansas State Brandon Banks ....................3 Attrail Snipes ........................2 Daniel Thomas......................2 Jeron Mastrud ......................1 Braden Wilson ......................1

14 33 18 11 4

0 0 0 0 0

 Kansas State surrendered just six points to Colorado on Saturday... This was the lowest point total allowed by the KState defense since Aug. 30, 2008 against North Texas.  Running back Daniel Thomas rushed 20 times for a careerhigh 145 yards and a touchdown. Combined with the 21 yards rushing by Keithen Valentine, K-State’s top two running backs have now rushed for 1,161 yards on 211 carries (5.5 yards/carry).  Lineback Ulla Pomele finished the day with a team-leading seven tackles, five solo stops including his first sack of the season.  Sophomore defensive back Emmanuel Lamur picked off his first two passes as a Wildcat on Saturday... The Wildcats have intercepted its opponents 11 times this season, compared to just four interceptions last season after eight games. When K-State records an interception this season, the Wildcats are 4-3. Lamur finished with five total tackles, four solo.  The Wildcats held Colorado to 244 yards of total offense on Saturday... K-State neutralized the Colorado rushing attack by allowing just 60 rushing yards. This season, K-State’s defense has held opponents to an average of 246.8 yards of total offense in games played at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The Wildcats are allowing opponents an average of 34.5 rushing yards this season at home.

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KANSAS STATE 30, OKLAHOMA 42 October 31, 2009 • Norman, Okla. • Memorial Stadium Attendance: 84,021

SCORING SUMMARY GAME NOTES  The 84,021 fans in attendance on Saturday evening at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium marked the largest crowd to see a K-State game this season.  Brandon Banks returned six kickoffs for a career high 195 yards and one touchdown. It was his fourth kickoff return for a touchdown this season, which broke the Big 12 record... It was also the fifth of his career, which is one shy of the NCAA record (Clemson’s C.J. Spiller has six). Banks improved his school record total for kick return yardage on Saturday to 953 yards on 30 returns (31.8 yards/return).  Running back Daniel Thomas rushed 16 times for 88 yards and a touchdown. Thomas also completed two passes in the third quarter, one to Jeron Mastrud on a two-point conversion and a 41-yard pass to Brandon Banks.  True freshman defensive back Darious Thomas ended the contest with a career best seven tackles... He came into the game with just one career tackle, which he collected against Texas A&M. Troy Butler also set a career high in tackles with nine.  Josh Cherry converted a 31yard field goal to end the scoring in the first half. After beginning the season just 2for-7, Cherry has now converted his last five field goal attempts and is perfect on his attempts in Big 12 action.

1 KANSAS STATE..............................0 Oklahoma ....................................21

2 9 7

3 14 0

4 7 14

FINAL 30 42

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SCORING SUMMARY FIRST QUARTER OU - Broyles 15 yd pass from Jones (Way kick), 13:47 OU - Miller 23 yd pass from Jones (Way kick), 11:41 OU - Broyles 2 yd pass from Jones (Way kick), 4:40 SECOND QUARTER KS - Valentine 2 yd run (Cherry kick blocked), 8:25 OU - Murray 1 yd run (Way kick), 5:37 KS - Cherry 31 yd field goal, 1:23 THIRD QUARTER KS - Valentine 14 yd run (2pt. conversion, Mastrud pass from Thomas), 8:31 KS - Thomas 2 yd run (Cherry kick blocked), 4:35 FOURTH QUARTER OU - Murray 6 yd pass from Jones (Way kick), 11:32 KS - Banks 98 yd kickoff return (Cherry kick), 11:18 OU - Murray 3 yd run (Way kick), 6:27 WEATHER: 72 degrees, clear, wind WSW at 7 mph  KICKOFF: 6:05 p.m.

FINAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS KS OU FIRST DOWNS ..........................20 23 Rushing ..................................8 8 Passing ................................11 13 Penalty ....................................1 2 Rushing Attempts......................29 35 Yds Gained Rushing ................163 171 Yds Lost Rushing ......................14 7 NET YDS RUSHING ................149 164 NET YDS PASSING..................215 294 Attempted ............................31 37 Completed ............................20 26 Intercepted..............................1 0 TOTAL PLAYS ............................60 72 TOTAL NET YDS ......................364 458 Avg. Per Play ......................6.1 6.4 Fumbles: No.-Lost....................0-0 0-0 Penalties: No.-Yds. ................8-42 9-91 Punts-Yds ............................3-131 2-86 Avg. Per Punt ....................43.7 43.0 Punt Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..........0-0-0 2-18-0 KO Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ............7-203-1 5-118-0 INT Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ................0-0-0 1-9-0 Possession Time ..................31:30 28:30 Third Down Conv....................7-14 10-13 Fourth Down Conv....................2-3 0-1 Sacks By: No.-Yds. ..................0-0 2-10 Field Goals ................................1-1 0-0 LEADING TACKLERS Kansas State Troy Butler 4-5—9; Darious Thomas 4-2— 6; Tysyn Hartman 3-3—6.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING ATT YDS TD Kansas State Daniel Thomas....................16 88 1 Grant Gregory ......................9 46 0 Keithen Valentine ..................4 15 2 Oklahoma Chris Brown........................15 DeMarco Murray ................15 Ryan Broyles ........................2 Team......................................1 Landry Jones ........................2

83 62 23 -1 -3

GAME 9 NORMAN, Okla. - Senior Brandon Banks tied the KState school record with 351 all-purpose yards, including 98 on his fifth career kickoff return for a touchdown, but it wasn't enough as the Wildcats fell to No. 22 Oklahoma, 42-30, at Memorial Stadium. Banks totaled 195 yards on six kickoff returns to go with nine catches for 156 yards against the Sooners. The 351 all-purpose yards tied Darren Sproles' school record, which he set against Louisiana on Sept. 18, 2004. Banks, who helped the Wildcats' close the gap with his return, increased his Big 12 and school records with his fifth career kickoff return and fourth this season. K-State (5-4, 3-2 Big 12) fell behind 21-0 to Oklahoma (5-3, 3-1 Big 12), but rallied to within five points on two occasions, including 35-30 after Banks' 98-yard return. However, the Sooners put the game away with a 3-yard run by DeMarco Murray with 6:27 remaining in the fourth quarter. The Sooners stopped Kansas State on downs at the K-State 41 with 4:10 left and Quinton Carter intercepted a pass from Grant Gregory at the Oklahoma 2 with 42 seconds left. Despite the loss, the Wildcat offense totaled 30 points on the stingy Sooner defense, which previous opponent high was 21 points against Miami. The squad tallied 364 yards of total offense, including 215 through the air, and posted 20 first downs. K-State also remained atop the conference's North Division. Senior quarterback Grant Gregory was solid on the night, completing 19-of-30 passes for 174 yards to go with 46 yards on the ground on nine carries. It marked season-high for Gregory in passing yards, completions and attempts. Junior running back Daniel Thomas, who is 98 yards from 1,000 yards this season, rushed for 88 yards on 16 carries. He also completed one pass for 41 yards and had a 2-point conversion to Jeron Mastrud on the Wildcats' second touchdown. Senior running back Keithen Valentine had just four carries, but two of those went for scores, including a 14-yard scamper on fourth-andone in the third quarter.

0 2 0 0 0

PASSING A-C-I YDS TD Kansas State Grant Gregory............30-19-1 174 0 Daniel Thomas ..............1-1-0 41 0 Oklahoma Landry Jones ............37-26-0

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RECEIVING REC YDS TD Kansas State Brandon Banks ....................9 156 0 Attrail Snipes ........................5 53 0 Keithen Valentine ..................5 -2 0 Jeron Mastrud ......................1 8 0 Oklahoma Dejuan Miller ........................9 Ryan Broyles ........................8 Adron Tennell........................4 DeMarco Murray ..................4 James Hanna ........................1

94 91 62 28 19

1 2 0 1 0

Oklahoma Quinton Carter 8-1—9; Jeremy Beal 3-5— 8; Travis Lewis 2-6—8.

Keithen Valentine’s 14-yard touchdown run jump-started a second-half Wildcat comeback.

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GAME 10 MANHATTAN, Kan. - A K-State senior class that had never defeated rival Kansas finally got a win in the Sunflower Showdown on Saturday, as the Wildcats bested the Jayhawks, 17-10. K-State used its running game to eat clock and churn out long drives against the Jayhawks to hand them their fourth straight loss. The Wildcats gained 266 yards on the ground, most of them on the shoulders of junior running back Daniel Thomas, who ran for a career-high 185 yards on 24 carries and one touchdown. Emmanuel Lamur tallied his third interception of the season in the first quarter and a fumble recovery in the second quarter. Daniel Calvin and Jeffrey Fitzgerald applied pressure to Kansas quarterback Todd Reesing all day and Calvin tallied two tackles - both for loss - a sack and pass breakup in the red zone. Fitzgerald had two tackles, forced a fumble and had a pass breakup. Josh Cherry put the Wildcats on the board first with a career-long 47-yard field goal with 11:12 remaining in the first half. The field goal came after a K-State drive stalled after the Wildcats' first third down conversion earlier. Kansas would answer with a 17-yard strike to Dezmon Briscoe from Reesing to pull ahead 7-3 with just over eight minutes remaining in the first half. The Jayhawks went 60 yards on seven plays on the drive. Reesing would fumble again after being flushed out of the pocket in the closing minute of the first half to give K-State another chance to put points on the board after the third turnover of the half by the Jayhawks. On the third play of the drive following the fumble recovery, Gregory would find Lamark Brown alone at the five-yard line and he scampered across the goal line to take a 107 lead into the locker room at halftime on the 31-yard strike. On K-State's opening drive of the second half, the Wildcats drove 84 yards in 4:33 to put seven more points on the board with a five-yard run by Thomas to extend the lead to 17-7.

KANSAS 10, KANSAS STATE 17 November 07, 2009 • Manhattan, Kan. • Bill Snyder Family Stadium Attendance: 48,306

SCORING SUMMARY 1 Kansas ..........................................0 KANSAS STATE..............................0

4 3 0

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GAME NOTES

SECOND QUARTER KS - Cherry 47 yd field goal, 11:12 KU - Briscoe 17 yd pass from Reesing (Branstetter kick), 8:18 KS - Brown 31 yd pass from Gregory (Cherry kick), 0:20 THIRD QUARTER KS - Thomas 5 yd run (Cherry kick), 10:27 FOURTH QUARTER KU - Branstetter 46 yd field goal, 5:20 WEATHER: 64 degrees, sunny, calm wind  KICKOFF: 11:30 a.m.

FINAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS KU KS FIRST DOWNS ..........................19 16 Rushing ..................................4 12 Passing ................................14 3 Penalty ....................................1 1 Rushing Attempts......................23 43 Yds Gained Rushing ..................91 281 Yds Lost Rushing ......................31 15 NET YDS RUSHING ..................60 266 NET YDS PASSING..................241 66 Attempted ............................41 16 Completed ............................27 7 Intercepted..............................1 0 TOTAL PLAYS ............................64 59 TOTAL NET YDS ......................301 332 Avg. Per Play ......................4.7 5.6 Fumbles: No.-Lost....................3-2 1-0 Penalties: No.-Yds. ................6-43 5-55 Punts-Yds ..............................2-90 4-167 Avg. Per Punt ....................45.0 41.8 Punt Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..........1-1-0 1-9-0 KO Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..............3-98-0 1-19-0 INT Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ................0-0-0 1-31-0 Possession Time ..................29:50 30:10 Third Down Conv....................6-14 3-11 Fourth Down Conv....................2-2 1-2 Sacks By: No.-Yds. ..................1-7 2-17 Field Goals ................................1-3 1-2

Kansas State Ulla Pomele 5-3—8; Joshua Moore 7-0— 7; Tysyn Hartman 5-2—7.

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3 0 7

SCORING SUMMARY FIRST QUARTER No scoring

LEADING TACKLERS Kansas Huldon Tharp 4-5—9; Lubbock Smith 36—9; Darrel Stuckey 4-2—6.

K-State’s defense forced three big turnovers in its win over rival Kansas.

2 7 10

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING ATT YDS TD Kansas Jake Sharp..........................11 35 0 Todd Reesing........................8 25 0 Toben Opurum......................2 7 0 Team......................................1 -1 0 Kale Pick ..............................1 -6 0 Kansas State Daniel Thomas....................24 Grant Gregory ....................12 Brandon Banks ....................2 Keithen Valentine ..................3 Team......................................2

185 51 32 2 -4

1 0 0 0 0

PASSING A-C-I YDS TD Kansas Todd Reesing ............41-27-1 241 1 Kansas State Grant Gregory..............16-7-0

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RECEIVING REC YDS TD Kansas Kerry Meier ..........................8 92 0 Dezmon Briscoe ..................7 76 1 Brad McDougald ..................4 25 0 Jake Sharp ............................4 12 0 Jonathan Wilson ..................3 23 0 Tim Biere ..............................1 13 0 Kansas State Lamark Brown ......................3 Jeron Mastrud ......................3 Brandon Banks ....................1

43 18 5

1 0 0

 Running back Daniel Thomas rushed 24 times for a careerhigh 185 yards and a touchdown. Thomas surpassed the 1,000-yard mark on his 11th carry of the game, early in the third quarter, and ended the game with 1,087 for the season, which ranks eighth in school history and is the thirdhighest season total by a junior in school history. He is the ninth K-State player to surpass the barrier in a season and the fourthfastest based on carries (192). Thomas’ rushing total on Saturday gives him five 100-yard rushing games this season and for his career.  Wide receiver Brandon Banks caught one pass for five yards and rushed for 32 yards. He has 110 receptions in his career to rank ninth in school history. He also moved into 10th place with 1,578 career receiving yards... Banks finished the day with 65 all-purpose yards. He currently ranks tied for third (Andre Coleman, 1990-93) in school history in that department with 3,443 yards.  Joshua Moore recorded seven tackles, all solo, including one for a six yard loss. He also broke-up one pass. Moore has 48 total tackles on the season and 12 passes defended.  K-State forced three turnovers on Saturday (two fumble recoveries and an interception) to bring their season total to 24. This season, KState is +11 in turnover margin and are 2-1 when forcing three or more turnovers in a game.

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GAME 11

MISSOURI 38, KANSAS STATE 12 November 14, 2009 • Manhattan, Kan. • Bill Snyder Family Stadium Attendance: 46,476

SCORING SUMMARY

GAME NOTES  Kansas State extended its scoring streak to 163 consecutive games on Josh Cherry’s 47yard field goal in the first quarter. The streak is the 10th longest in the nation and the second longest in the Big 12 behind Nebraska’s 172-game streak. This was the first time K-State was held without a TD since Oct. 14, 2006.  Wide receiver Brandon Banks caught 8 passes for 128 yards, rushed 2 for 11 yards and returned 5 kicks for 105 as well as 1 punt for a loss of 2 yards. Banks finished with 242 allpurpose yards and moved into third place for career all-purpose yardage in K-State history with 3,685.  Josh Cherry tied his careerlong with a 47-yard field goal to open K-State’s scoring in the first quarter. Cherry made a career-high four field goals. This was the first time this season K-State has attempted three or more field goals in a game. The last K-State kicker to make four field goals in a game was Brooks Rossman.  Senior tight end Jeron Mastrud did not catch a pass on Saturday. It marked ended a streak of 26 straight games he had caught a pass, which was the third-longest streak by a Wildcat since 1990, but the longest by a tight end.  K-State lost the turnover battle giving up three on two fumbles and an interception to Missouri while the Tigers did not turn the ball over once to the Wildcats.

1 Missouri ........................................3 KANSAS STATE..............................3

2 14 3

3 7 6

4 14 0

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SCORING SUMMARY FIRST QUARTER MU - Ressel 23 yd field goal, 10:13 KS - Cherry 47 yd field goal, 5:33 SECOND QUARTER MU - Alexander 54 yd pass from Gabbert (Ressel kick), 12:07 KS - Cherry 34 yd field goal, 6:25 MU - Alexander 16 yd pass from Gabbert (Ressel kick), 0:20 THIRD QUARTER KS - Cherry 35 yd field goal, 9:20 KS - Cherry 33 yd field goal, 0:57 MU - Alexander 80 yd pass from Gabbert (Ressel kick), 0:43 FOURTH QUARTER MU - Washington 4 yd run (Ressel kick), 11:29 MU - Washington 13 yd run (Ressel kick), 7:50 WEATHER: 49 degrees, overcast, wind N at 9 mph  KICKOFF: 11:32 a.m.

FINAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS MU KS FIRST DOWNS ..........................19 21 Rushing ..................................6 6 Passing ................................12 13 Penalty ....................................1 2 Rushing Attempts......................24 43 Yds Gained Rushing ................137 136 Yds Lost Rushing ........................2 24 NET YDS RUSHING ................135 112 NET YDS PASSING..................298 239 Attempted ............................27 31 Completed ............................20 21 Intercepted..............................0 1 TOTAL PLAYS ............................51 74 TOTAL NET YDS ......................433 351 Avg. Per Play ......................8.5 4.7 Fumbles: No.-Lost....................0-0 2-2 Penalties: No.-Yds. ................6-76 3-23 Punts-Yds ............................3-119 1-49 Avg. Per Punt ....................39.7 49.0 Punt Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..........0-0-0 1--2-0 KO Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..............4-80-0 7-137-0 INT Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..............1-27-0 0-0-0 Possession Time ..................21:41 38:19 Third Down Conv....................5-10 7-16 Fourth Down Conv....................0-0 1-2 Sacks By: No.-Yds. ..................1-9 0-0 Field Goals ................................1-1 4-4 LEADING TACKLERS Missouri S. Weatherspoon 8-1—9; Andrew Gachkar 6-3—9; Dominique Hamilton 2-6—8. Kansas State Emmanuel Lamur 7-3—10; Joshua Moore 5-4—9; Troy Butler 3-1—4.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING ATT YDS TD Missouri D. Washington....................13 68 2 Blaine Gabbert ......................3 35 0 Jerrel Jackson ......................3 24 0 Jared Perry ..........................1 5 0 De’Vion Moore......................3 5 0 Team......................................1 -2 0 Kansas State Daniel Thomas....................23 Grant Gregory ....................16 Brandon Banks ....................2 Team......................................1 Keithen Valentine ..................1

79 32 11 -2 -8

MANHATTAN, Kan. - K-State traded field goals for touchdowns as the Missouri Tigers spoiled Senior Day at Bill Snyder Family Stadium defeating the Wildcats 3812 on Saturday. With the loss, the Wildcats must defeat rival Nebraska next week to become bowl eligible. Daniel Thomas rushed for 79 yards on 23 carries as K-State's offense tallied 351 yards of total offense on the day compared to Missouri's 433. K-State quarterback Grant Gregory threw for 239 yards on 21-of-30 passing with one interception. The Tigers saw a big day from receiver Danario Alexander as he pulled in 10 receptions for 200 yards and three touchdowns. Quarterback Blaine Gabbert completed 20-of-27 passes for 298 yards and three scores all to Alexander. Missouri marched down the field to open the game before seeing its offense stall in the red zone and kicking a short field goal to take the initial lead 3-0. The Wildcats would answer right back with a 47-yard field goal of their own by Josh Cherry to tie the game with just over five minutes to play in the first quarter. Missouri would take advantage of a KSU turnover and take the lead again on a 54-yard touchdown pass to Danario Alexander to pull ahead 10-3. The play came immediately following a pass interference call on John Houlik that extended the drive with the penalty coming on third down. Alexander got his second touchdown reception of the day as the Tigers drove 92 yards down the field in the closing minutes of the second half to take a 17-6 lead into the locker room. Missouri found its rhythm late in the first half to begin moving the ball efficiently to outgain the Wildcats 259-128. Missouri immediately took the win out of K-State's sails after pulling within five points as Alexander caught his third touchdown pass of the day on the Tigers' first play from scrimmage following Cherry's field goal.

0 0 0 0 0

PASSING A-C-I YDS TD Missouri Blaine Gabbert ..........27-20-0 298 3 Kansas State Grant Gregory............30-21-1 Daniel Thomas ..............1-0-0

239 0

0 0

RECEIVING REC YDS TD Missouri Danario Alexander ..............10 200 3 Jerrel Jackson ......................6 78 0 Jared Perry ..........................3 9 0 Wes Kemp ............................1 11 0 Kansas State Brandon Banks ....................8 Attrail Snipes ........................5 Lamark Brown ......................5 Daniel Thomas......................2 Collin Klein ............................1

128 61 44 1 5

0 0 0 0 0

Josh Cherry nailed four field goals in the home loss to Missouri.

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KANSAS STATE 3, NEBRASKA 17

LINCOLN, Neb. - Despite out-gaining Nebraska, 293-267, Kansas

November 21, 2009 • Lincoln, Neb. • Memorial Stadium

State came up short in its bid to win the Big 12 North as the No.

Attendance: 85,998

25 Huskers defeated the Wildcats, 17-3, Saturday night at Memorial Stadium. But, Kansas State was not without its chances on Saturday as

SCORING SUMMARY

the Wildcats had five offensive drives that advanced inside the Husker 35-yard line but came away with just three points. Daniel Thomas had a workman-like night against a stout Nebraska defense and finished with 99 rushing yards on 19 carries. Thomas finished the season with the fourth-most rushing yards in a single-season with 1,265, behind only Darren Sproles' top three marks. The Wildcats drove 58 yards down the field following the opening kickoff and turned it into three points as Josh Cherry nailed a 44-yard field goal to give K-State a 3-0 advantage in the

1 KANSAS STATE..............................3 Nebraska ......................................3

2 0 7

3 0 7

4 0 0

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SCORING SUMMARY FIRST QUARTER KS - Cherry 44 yd field goal, 9:26 NU - Henery 34 yd field goal, 1:44 SECOND QUARTER NU - McNeill 17 yd pass from Lee (Henery kick), 12:02

game. The Huskers then answered with 10 points on their first two possessions of the game, highlighted by a second-quarter Mike McNeill 17-yard touchdown reception, to take a 10-3 lead. With Nebraska going in for another score before half, Tysyn

THIRD QUARTER NU - Helu Jr. 14 yd run (Henery kick), 13:21 FOURTH QUARTER No scoring

Hartman's interception on third and goal at the 3:13 mark of the second quarter halted a Nebraska scoring threat. The Huskers had second and goal from the K-State 5-yard line when Jeffrey Fitzgerald sacked Zac Lee for a 14-yard loss. On the following

WEATHER: 52 degrees, cloudy, wind SE at 13 mph  KICKOFF: 6:47 p.m.

play, Hartman picked off Lee's pass at the goal line and returned it 42 yards; but K-State was not able to turn it into points. Nebraska opened the second half with a 70-yard touchdown drive, highlighted by a 47-yard pass completion on third and one and a 14-yard touchdown run from 14 yards, to take a 17-3 lead.

FINAL STATISTICS

But, K-State mounted a drive of its own and threatened to close to within 17-10. Keithen Valentine hauled in a 12-yard pass from Gregory on third-and-nine and appeared to head for the endzone but safety Larry Asante jolted the ball loose with the Huskers recovering at the five yard line. Following a defensive stand, the Wildcats squandered another chance to close the gap when Cherry missed a 32-yard field goal after the Cats drove to the Husker 15-yard line.

TEAM STATISTICS KS NU FIRST DOWNS ..........................19 19 Rushing ..................................9 7 Passing ..................................7 9 Penalty ....................................3 3 Rushing Attempts......................34 45 Yds Gained Rushing ................170 150 Yds Lost Rushing ......................30 49 NET YDS RUSHING ................140 101 NET YDS PASSING..................153 166 Attempted ............................33 19 Completed ............................12 13 Intercepted..............................1 1 TOTAL PLAYS ............................67 64 TOTAL NET YDS ......................293 267 Avg. Per Play ......................4.4 4.2 Fumbles: No.-Lost....................3-1 0-0 Penalties: No.-Yds. ................7-69 3-34 Punts-Yds ............................5-197 6-273 Avg. Per Punt ....................39.4 45.5 Punt Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ........2-27-0 2-3-0 KO Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..............3-50-0 2-53-0 INT Ret: No.-Yds.-TD ..............1-42-0 0-0-0 Possession Time ..................28:30 31:30 Third Down Conv....................3-14 7-16 Fourth Down Conv....................1-2 1-1 Sacks By: No.-Yds. ................2-24 4-30 Field Goals ................................1-3 1-1 LEADING TACKLERS Kansas State Ulla Pomele 6-9—15; Jeffrey Fitzgerald 53—8; Emmanuel Lamur 6-1—7. Nebraska Larry Asante 4-6—10; Ndamukong Suh 45—9; Phillip Dillard 6-2—8.

Daniel Thomas rushed for nearly 100 yards in the first half against a stout Nebraska defense.

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING ATT YDS TD Kansas State Daniel Thomas....................19 99 0 Grant Gregory ....................13 22 0 Brandon Banks ....................1 18 0 Keithen Valentine ..................1 1 0 Nebraska Roy Helu Jr. ........................26 Rex Burkhead ......................6 Zac Lee................................11 Team......................................2

95 17 -5 -6

1 0 0 0

PASSING A-C-I YDS TD Kansas State Grant Gregory............31-11-1 126 0 Team ..............................1-0-0 0 0 Collin Klein ....................1-1-0 27 0 Nebraska Zac Lee ......................19-13-1

166

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RECEIVING REC YDS TD Kansas State Brandon Banks ....................5 48 0 Daniel Thomas......................4 51 0 Keithen Valentine ..................2 30 0 Attrail Snipes ........................1 24 0 Nebraska Niles Paul ..............................4 Mike McNeill ........................3 Brandon Kinnie ....................2 Tyler Legate ..........................1 Rex Burkhead ......................1 Dreu Young ..........................1 Khiry Cooper ........................1

82 26 20 13 9 8 8

0 1 0 0 0 0 0

GAME NOTES  Kansas State finished the season 6-6 overall and 4-4 in the Big 12. It was the seventh time in school history that the Cats finished with a .500 record. It was also the second .500 record in Big 12 play... The four conference victories by K-State were the most since also winning four in 2006.  K-State tallied 10.0 tackles-forloss... It was the second-most this season behind the 12.0 the Wildcats recorded against Texas A&M.  Running back Daniel Thomas rushed 19 times for 99 yards. Thomas improved his season and career rushing yardage total to 1,265, which ranks fourth in school history for a season and is ranked 18th in school history for a career. Darren Sproles is the only player in school history to have rushed for more yards in a season.  Wide receiver/quarterback Collin Klein attempted and completed his first career pass. He connected with Daniel Thomas on a 27-yard play in the third quarter, giving K-State 1st and 10 on the Nebraska 18.  Senior linebacker Ulla Pomele tallied 15 tackles, setting a new career high. His previous career high of 12 came against Colorado on Oct. 18, 2008. His 15 tackles were the most by a Wildcat since Ted Sims had 15 tackles at Texas on October 4, 2003.

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NORTH DIVISION BIG 12 CONFERENCE W-L PCT PF 6-2 .750 150 4-4 .500 217 4-4 .500 182 3-5 .275 151 2-6 .250 164 1-7 .125 191

2008 STANDINGS

Nebraska* Missouri Kansas State Iowa State Colorado Kansas

PA 105 233 216 195 234 287

OVERALL W-L PCT 10-4 .714 8-5 .615 6-6 .500 7-6 .538 3-9 .250 5-7 .417

PF 352 377 276 267 267 353

PA 146 330 280 284 346 341

BOWL GAME (OPPONENT) Holiday Bowl (Arizona) Texas Bowl (Navy)

PA 145 176 181 127 290 248

OVERALL W-L PCT 13-1 .929 9-4 .692 9-4 .692 8-5 .615 6-7 .462 4-8 .333

PF 550 369 481 404 427 249

PA 234 282 292 189 436 327

BOWL GAME (OPPONENT) National Championship (Alabama) Cotton Bowl (Ole Miss) Alamo Bowl (Michigan State) Sun Bowl (Stanford)

Insight Bowl (Minnesota)

SOUTH DIVISION BIG 12 CONFERENCE W-L PCT PF 8-0 1.000 317 6-2 .750 206 5-3 .625 271 5-3 .625 231 3-5 .375 253 1-7 .125 104

Texas ^ Oklahoma State Texas Tech Oklahoma Texas A&M Baylor

^ Big 12 Champion / * Division Champions

2009 BIG 12 STATISTICS SCORING OFFENSE 1. Texas 2. Texas Tech 3. Texas A&M 4. Oklahoma 5. Kansas 6. Missouri 7. Oklahoma State 8. Nebraska 9. Kansas State 10. Colorado 11. Baylor 12. Iowa State

G 14 13 13 13 12 13 13 14 12 12 12 13

TD 68 64 56 50 45 42 47 40 34 34 32 33

XP 66 60 51 48 42 39 46 38 29 31 28 26

2XP 1 2 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 2

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG 24 11 12 18 13 26 13 24 13 10 9 13

SAF 1 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 0

PTS 550 481 427 404 353 377 369 352 276 267 249 267

AVG 39.3 37.0 32.8 31.1 29.4 29.0 28.4 25.1 23.0 22.2 20.8 20.5

RUSHING DEFENSE 1. Texas 2. Oklahoma 3. Nebraska 4. Oklahoma State 5. Kansas State 6. Missouri 7. Texas Tech 8. Kansas 9. Colorado 10. Iowa State 11. Texas A&M 12. Baylor

G 14 13 14 13 12 13 13 12 12 13 13 12

RUSHES 458 432 465 415 362 463 483 413 468 495 485 477

YARDS 1013 1208 1304 1245 1265 1542 1648 1659 1934 2154 2231 2145

SCORING DEFENSE Nebraska 2. Oklahoma 3. Texas 4. Oklahoma State 5. Iowa State 6. Texas Tech 7. Kansas State 8. Missouri 9. Baylor 10. Kansas 11. Colorado 12. Texas A&M

G 14 13 14 13 13 13 12 13 12 12 12 13

TD 16 22 27 35 36 35 36 40 37 42 42 56

XP 12 19 25 32 35 34 34 32 36 35 41 47

2XP 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 4

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG 12 12 15 12 11 16 10 18 21 16 17 15

SAF 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0

PTS 146 189 234 282 284 292 280 330 327 341 346 436

AVG 10.4 14.5 16.7 21.7 21.8 22.5 23.3 25.4 27.2 28.4 28.8 33.5

PASS OFFENSE 1. Texas Tech 2. Kansas 3. Oklahoma 4. Missouri 5. Texas A&M 6. Texas 7. Baylor 8. Colorado 9. Iowa State 10. Oklahoma State 11. Nebraska 12. Kansas State

G 13 12 13 13 13 14 12 12 13 13 14 12

ATT 669 506 519 467 509 540 431 473 380 336 364 298

CMP 448 320 300 274 302 362 267 250 220 196 210 175

INT 17 10 15 11 8 16 16 18 17 14 12 8

PCT. 67.0 63.2 57.8 58.7 59.3 67.0 61.9 52.9 57.9 58.3 57.7 58.7

YDS 5028 3724 3760 3711 3661 3831 2908 2717 2401 2333 2460 2033

AVG 7.5 7.4 7.2 7.9 7.2 7.1 6.7 5.7 6.3 6.9 6.8 6.8

TD YDS/G 38 386.8 22 310.3 28 289.2 26 285.5 30 281.6 29 273.6 13 242.3 18 226.4 16 184.7 20 179.5 16 175.7 7 169.4

RUSHING OFFENSE 1. Oklahoma State 2. Texas A&M 3. Iowa State 4. Kansas State 5. Texas 6. Nebraska 7. Oklahoma 8. Missouri 9. Kansas 10. Baylor 11. Colorado 12. Texas Tech

G 13 13 13 12 14 14 13 13 12 12 12 13

YDS/G 187.8 184.2 180.0 179.9 147.6 147.1 134.6 127.0 112.1 100.6 87.9 84.0

PASS DEFENSE 1. Nebraska 2. Texas 3. Oklahoma 4. Colorado 5. Texas Tech 6. Baylor 7. Kansas State 8. Oklahoma State 9. Kansas 10. Iowa State 11. Missouri 12. Texas A&M

G 14 14 13 12 13 12 12 13 12 13 13 13

ATT 490 460 434 337 466 430 395 504 423 434 475 449

CMP 234 255 233 195 281 268 231 285 260 269 305 277

INT 20 25 18 9 10 10 13 18 7 15 8 12

PCT. 47.8 55.4 53.7 57.9 60.3 62.3 58.5 56.5 61.5 62.0 64.2 61.7

YDS 2504 2514 2336 2422 2933 2722 2814 3078 2940 3252 3269 3311

AVG 5.1 5.5 5.4 7.2 6.3 6.3 7.1 6.1 7.0 7.5 6.9 7.4

TD YDS/G 7 178.9 14 179.6 11 179.7 19 201.8 12 225.6 16 226.8 25 234.5 16 236.8 17 245.0 23 250.2 20 251.5 22 254.7

ATT 555 544 516 504 513 512 485 444 379 346 379 319

YDS 2441 2394 2340 2159 2066 2059 1750 1651 1345 1207 1055 1092

AVG 4.4 4.4 4.5 4.3 4.0 4.0 3.6 3.7 3.5 3.5 2.8 3.4

TD 22 25 17 22 28 20 18 15 20 16 14 24

AVG. 2.2 2.8 2.8 3.0 3.5 3.3 3.4 4.0 4.1 4.4 4.6 4.5

TD 9 10 7 13 10 17 18 23 16 13 29 19

YDS/G 72.4 92.9 93.1 95.8 105.4 118.6 126.8 138.2 161.2 165.7 171.6 178.8

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PASS EFFICIENCY 1. Texas Tech 2. Missouri 3. Texas 4. Texas A&M 5. Kansas 6. Oklahoma 7. Oklahoma State 8. Nebraska 9. Baylor 10. Kansas State 11. Iowa State 12. Colorado

G 13 13 14 13 12 13 13 14 12 12 13 12

ATT 669 467 540 509 506 519 336 364 431 298 380 473

CMP 448 274 362 302 320 300 196 210 267 175 220 250

PCT 67.0 58.7 67.0 59.3 63.2 57.8 58.3 57.7 61.9 58.7 57.9 52.9

INT 17 11 16 8 10 15 14 12 16 8 17 18

YDS 5028 3711 3831 3661 3724 3760 2333 2460 2908 2033 2401 2717

TD 38 26 29 30 22 28 20 16 13 7 16 18

EFFIC 143.8 139.1 138.4 136.1 135.5 130.7 128.0 122.4 121.2 118.4 115.9 106.1

KICK COVERAGE 1. Nebraska 2. Oklahoma State 3. Texas Tech 4. Iowa State 5. Colorado 6. Oklahoma 7. Kansas State 8. Texas 9. Kansas 10. Texas A&M 11. Missouri 12. Baylor

G 14 13 13 13 12 13 12 14 12 13 13 12

NO. 79 73 84 56 52 81 59 103 68 80 78 56

PASS EFFIC. DEF 1. Nebraska 2. Oklahoma 3. Texas 4. Oklahoma State 5. Texas Tech 6. Baylor 7. Kansas 8. Colorado 9. Missouri 10. Kansas State 11. Texas A&M 12. Iowa State

G 14 13 14 13 13 12 12 12 13 12 13 13

ATT 490 434 460 504 466 430 423 337 475 395 449 434

CMP 234 233 255 285 281 268 260 195 305 231 277 269

INT 20 18 25 18 10 10 7 9 8 13 12 15

PCT. 47.8 53.7 55.4 56.5 60.3 62.3 61.5 57.9 64.2 58.5 61.7 62.0

YDS 2504 2336 2514 3078 2933 2722 2940 2422 3269 2814 3311 3252

TD 7 11 14 16 12 16 17 19 20 25 22 23

EFFIC 87.2 99.0 100.5 111.2 117.4 123.1 129.8 131.5 132.5 132.6 134.5 135.5

PUNTING 1. Missouri 2. Oklahoma 3. Iowa State 4. Oklahoma State 5. Baylor 6. Kansas State 7. Texas Tech 8. Kansas 9. Nebraska 10. Texas 11. Texas A&M 12. Colorado

G 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 12 14 14 13 12

NO YARDS 63 2647 62 2787 67 2701 67 3023 59 2517 55 2120 46 1870 54 2216 78 3210 64 2528 59 2096 68 2589

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Texas Tech 2. Texas A&M 3. Oklahoma 4. Kansas 5. Texas 6. Missouri 7. Oklahoma State 8. Iowa State 9. Kansas State 10. Baylor 11. Nebraska 12. Colorado

G 13 13 13 12 14 13 13 13 12 12 14 12

RUSH 1092 2394 1750 1345 2066 1651 2441 2340 2159 1207 2059 1055

PASS 5028 3661 3760 3724 3831 3711 2333 2401 2033 2908 2460 2717

PLAYS YARDS 988 6120 1053 6055 1004 5510 885 5069 1053 5897 911 5362 891 4774 896 4741 802 4192 777 4115 876 4519 852 3772

AVG/P 6.2 5.8 5.5 5.7 5.6 5.9 5.4 5.3 5.2 5.3 5.2 4.4

TD 62 55 46 42 57 41 42 33 29 29 36 32

YDS/G 470.8 465.8 423.8 422.4 421.2 412.5 367.2 364.7 349.3 342.9 322.8 314.3

PUNT RETURNS 1. Oklahoma 2. Oklahoma State 3. Texas 4. Nebraska 5. Baylor 6. Kansas State 7. Texas Tech 8. Missouri 9. Kansas 10. Texas A&M 11. Iowa State 12. Colorado

G 13 13 14 14 12 12 13 13 12 13 13 12

RET 43 27 30 44 21 25 25 25 24 26 27 30

YDS 699 359 395 510 232 260 245 238 171 158 164 100

TD 1 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

AVG 16.3 13.3 13.2 11.6 11.0 10.4 9.8 9.5 7.1 6.1 6.1 3.3

TOTAL DEFENSE 1. Texas 2. Nebraska 3. Oklahoma 4. Oklahoma State 5. Kansas State 6. Texas Tech 7. Colorado 8. Missouri 9. Kansas 10. Baylor 11. Iowa State 12. Texas A&M

G 14 14 13 13 12 13 12 13 12 12 13 13

RUSH 1013 1304 1208 1245 1265 1648 1934 1542 1659 2145 2154 2231

PASS 2514 2504 2336 3078 2814 2933 2422 3269 2940 2722 3252 3311

PLYS YARDS 918 3527 955 3808 866 3544 919 4323 757 4079 949 4581 805 4356 938 4811 836 4599 907 4867 929 5406 934 5542

AVG 3.8 4.0 4.1 4.7 5.4 4.8 5.4 5.1 5.5 5.4 5.8 5.9

TD 23 14 21 29 35 30 35 37 40 35 36 51

YDS/G 251.9 272.0 272.6 332.5 339.9 352.4 363.0 370.1 383.2 405.6 415.8 426.3

FIRST DOWNS 1. Texas A&M 2. Texas Tech 3. Texas 4. Oklahoma 5. Kansas 6. Missouri 7. Iowa State 8. Oklahoma State 9. Nebraska 10. Kansas State 11. Colorado 12. Baylor

G RUSH 13 139 13 76 14 128 13 110 12 96 13 102 13 122 13 127 14 98 12 119 12 71 12 74

PASS 172 238 175 154 165 142 120 102 111 80 127 116

PEN 28 21 27 40 20 24 10 20 17 23 22 19

TOTAL 339 335 330 304 281 268 252 249 226 222 220 209

KICKOFF RETURNS 1. Kansas State 2. Texas 3. Texas Tech 4. Nebraska 5. Colorado 6. Texas A&M 7. Baylor 8. Kansas 9. Iowa State 10. Missouri 11. Oklahoma 12. Oklahoma State

G 12 14 13 14 12 13 12 12 13 13 13 13

RET 50 43 47 33 62 71 54 56 52 63 33 56

OPP. 1ST DOWNS 1. Oklahoma 2. Texas 3. Colorado 4. Kansas State 5. Nebraska 6. Kansas 7. Oklahoma State 8. Texas Tech 9. Missouri 10. Baylor 11. Iowa State Texas A&M

G RUSH 13 76 14 71 12 93 12 74 14 84 12 104 13 76 13 101 13 110 12 115 13 122 13 123

PASS 98 121 101 128 112 119 150 136 137 135 148 144

PEN 26 25 24 19 32 19 26 22 17 17 16 19

TOTAL 200 217 218 221 228 242 252 259 264 267 286 286

YDS 1316 1119 1148 795 1480 1580 1185 1206 1115 1315 687 1037

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TD 4 3 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

AVG 26.3 26.0 24.4 24.1 23.9 22.3 21.9 21.5 21.4 20.9 20.8 18.5

YDS 5368 4947 5451 3544 3381 5099 3663 6418 4293 5036 4822 3380

AVG 67.9 67.8 64.9 63.3 65.0 63.0 62.1 62.3 63.1 63.0 61.8 60.4 AVG/P 42.0 45.0 40.3 45.1 42.7 38.5 40.7 41.0 41.2 39.5 35.5 38.1

RETN 951 927 1291 978 746 1492 1024 1840 1338 1569 1505 1060 PR 57 30 35 533 316 70 162 221 366 257 130 403

TB NETAVG 29 48.6 35 45.5 17 45.5 2 45.1 15 44.9 6 43.0 6 42.7 14 41.7 8 41.1 9 41.1 9 40.2 6 39.3 AVG 0.9 0.5 0.5 8.0 5.4 1.3 3.5 4.1 4.7 4.0 2.2 5.9

TBG 2 13 5 4 4 5 5 6 7 5 1 1

NET/P 40.5 40.3 38.3 36.0 35.9 35.5 35.0 34.7 34.7 33.9 33.0 31.9

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|------GAINED------| FUM INT TOT 12 25 37 12 13 25 8 20 28 12 18 30 15 8 23 17 15 32 12 18 30 10 12 22 10 7 17 8 10 18 14 10 24 16 9 25

|--------LOST--------| FUM INT TOT 12 16 28 10 8 18 11 12 23 11 15 26 8 11 19 11 17 28 16 14 30 16 8 24 12 10 22 7 16 23 13 17 30 13 18 31

TURNOVER MARGIN 1. Texas 2. Kansas State 3. Nebraska 4. Oklahoma Missouri Iowa State 7. Oklahoma State 8. Texas A&M 9. Kansas Baylor 11. Texas Tech 12. Colorado

G 14 12 14 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 12

SACKS BY 1. Nebraska 2. Texas 3. Texas Tech 4. Oklahoma 5. Texas A&M 6. Kansas 7. Missouri 8. Oklahoma State 9. Colorado 10. Kansas State 11. Baylor 12. Iowa State

G 14 14 13 13 13 12 13 13 12 12 12 13

SACKS 44 43 41 38 36 31 30 29 27 20 18 16

YARDS 312 335 265 243 252 226 237 203 194 177 133 96

SACKS AGAINST 1. Oklahoma State 2. Oklahoma 3. Iowa State 4. Nebraska 5. Missouri 6. Kansas State 7. Texas A&M 8. Texas Tech Baylor Texas 11. Kansas 12. Colorado

G 13 13 13 14 13 12 13 13 12 14 12 12

SACKS 11 15 16 19 20 26 29 31 31 31 32 44

YARDS 65 124 102 121 191 200 224 307 196 179 277 369

PENALTIES 1. Kansas 2. Iowa State 3. Missouri 4. Texas 5. Kansas State 6. Oklahoma State 7. Nebraska 8. Baylor 9. Texas A&M 10. Colorado 11. Texas Tech 12. Oklahoma

G 12 13 13 14 12 13 14 12 13 12 13 13

NO 72 71 69 94 84 97 100 95 99 107 120 107

YDS 586 648 716 817 723 822 894 791 901 907 1019 1044

AVG/G 48.8 49.8 55.1 58.4 60.2 63.2 63.9 65.9 69.3 75.6 78.4 80.3

OPP PENALTIES 1. Oklahoma 2. Texas A&M 3. Baylor 4. Colorado 5. Texas 6. Texas Tech 7. Kansas State 8. Kansas 9. Missouri 10. Oklahoma State 11. Nebraska 12. Iowa State

G 13 13 12 12 14 13 12 12 13 13 14 13

NO 128 106 93 85 105 96 74 72 91 86 84 66

YDS 1075 936 849 791 921 801 733 701 754 691 678 540

AVG/G 82.7 72.0 70.8 65.9 65.8 61.6 61.1 58.4 58.0 53.2 48.4 41.5

MAR PER/G +9 0.64 +7 0.58 +5 0.36 +4 0.31 +4 0.31 +4 0.31 +0 0.00 -2 -0.15 -5 -0.42 -5 -0.42 -6 -0.46 -6 -0.50

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TIME OF POSSESSION G 1. Kansas State 12 2. Oklahoma State 13 3. Kansas 12 4. Texas 14 5. Nebraska 14 6. Colorado 12 7. Texas A&M 13 8. Texas Tech 13 9. Oklahoma 13 10. Iowa State 13 11. Missouri 13 12. Baylor 12

TOTAL TIME 405:34 413:52 369:48 427:54 426:54 360:31 389:31 375:50 373:16 367:42 360:26 328:48

AVG/G 33:47 31:50 30:49 30:33 30:29 30:02 29:57 28:54 28:42 28:17 27:43 27:24

RED ZONE OFFENSE 1. Texas 2. Kansas 3. Oklahoma 4. Texas Tech 5. Oklahoma State 6. Iowa State 7. Missouri 8. Nebraska 9. Colorado 10. Texas A&M 11. Kansas State 12. Baylor

G 14 12 13 13 13 13 13 14 12 13 12 12

REDZONE 54-57 43-49 49-57 52-61 37-44 31-37 41-50 38-47 32-41 49-63 34-47 26-38

PERCENT 94.7 87.8 86.0 85.2 84.1 83.8 82.0 80.9 78.0 77.8 72.3 68.4

TDS 40 34 33 43 28 23 21 25 25 41 26 19

R/P 25/15 18/16 15/18 24/19 19/9 16/7 13/8 16/9 13/12 20/21 22/4 11/8

FG-AT 14-15 9-12 16-19 9-9 9-10 8-11 20-20 13-13 7-10 8-13 8-12 7-10

RED ZONE DEFENSE 1. Nebraska 2. Iowa State 3. Oklahoma State Colorado 5. Texas Tech 6. Oklahoma 7. Baylor 8. Texas A&M 9. Texas 10. Kansas State 11. Kansas 12. Missouri

G 14 13 13 12 13 13 12 13 14 12 12 13

REDZONE 16-25 32-48 31-43 31-43 32-43 27-36 42-53 43-54 28-34 29-35 38-44 45-52

PERCENT 64.0 66.7 72.1 72.1 74.4 75.0 79.2 79.6 82.4 82.9 86.4 86.5

TDS 11 27 22 19 23 18 29 35 18 23 28 31

R/P 7/4 13/14 12/10 11/8 15/8 10/8 16/13 24/11 8/10 10/13 19/9 17/14

FG-AT 5-9 5-9 9-13 12-15 9-10 9-10 13-17 8-11 10-11 6-9 10-12 14-14

3RD-DN CONV 1. Texas A&M 2. Texas 3. Kansas 4. Texas Tech 5. Iowa State 6. Oklahoma 7. Nebraska 8. Oklahoma State 9. Missouri 10. Baylor 11. Colorado 12. Kansas State

G 13 14 12 13 13 13 14 13 13 12 12 12

CONV 104 95 76 72 79 81 77 66 68 60 68 56

ATT 206 210 175 173 191 202 201 179 185 167 190 164

PCT 50.5 45.2 43.4 41.6 41.4 40.1 38.3 36.9 36.8 35.9 35.8 34.1

OPP 3RD-DN CONV 1. Texas 2. Oklahoma 3. Nebraska 4. Oklahoma State 5. Colorado 6. Texas A&M 7. Iowa State 8. Texas Tech 9. Kansas 10. Kansas State 11. Missouri 12. Baylor

G 14 13 14 13 12 13 13 13 12 12 13 12

CONV 53 62 72 65 58 69 65 80 71 64 86 82

ATT 200 207 223 191 170 184 173 201 178 156 201 184

PCT 26.5 30.0 32.3 34.0 34.1 37.5 37.6 39.8 39.9 41.0 42.8 44.6

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2010 SPRING FOOTBALL PROSPECTUS

RUSHING TEAM 1. Thomas, Daniel KSU 2. Robinson,Alexan ISU 3. Toston,Keith OSU 4. Helu Jr., Roy NU 5. Stewart, Rodney CU 6. Michael, Chr. TAMU 7. Batch, Baron TTU 8. Washington, Der MU 9. Murray, DeMarco OU 10. Gray, Cyrus TAMU

CL JR JR SR JR SO FR JR JR JR SO

PASSING 1. Potts, Taylor 2. Reesing, Todd 3. Gabbert, Blaine 4. Johnson, Jerrod 5. McCoy, Colt 6. Jones, Landry 7. Florence, Nick 8. Robinson,Zac 9. Arnaud,Austen 10. Lee, Zac

TEAM TTU KU MU TAMU UT OU BU OSU ISU NU

CL JR SR SO JR SR FR FR SR JR JR

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Johnson, Jerrod 2. Reesing, Todd 3. Potts, Taylor 4. Gabbert, Blaine 5. McCoy, Colt 6. Jones, Landry 7. Arnaud,Austen 8. Florence, Nick 9. Robinson,Zac 10. Lee, Zac

TEAM TAMU KU TTU MU UT OU ISU BU OSU NU

CL JR SR JR SO SR FR JR FR SR JR

G 12 12 13 14 11 12 13 13 12 13 G 11 12 13 13 14 13 9 12 12 13 G 13 12 11 13 14 13 12 9 12 13

ATT 247 232 227 220 198 166 168 190 171 159

YDS 1265 1195 1218 1147 804 844 884 865 705 757

ATT CMP 470 309 496 313 445 262 497 296 470 332 449 261 266 165 301 180 303 178 302 177 RUSH 506 119 -166 204 348 -113 561 62 305 171

INT 13 10 9 8 12 14 9 12 13 10 PASS 3579 3616 3440 3593 3521 3198 2015 1786 2084 2143

AVG 5.1 5.2 5.4 5.2 4.1 5.1 5.3 4.6 4.1 4.8

TD LONG YDS/G 11 40 105.4 6 68 99.6 11 69 93.7 10 63 81.9 9 36 73.1 10 97 70.3 14 44 68.0 10 42 66.5 8 38 58.8 5 42 58.2

PCT. 65.7 63.1 58.9 59.6 70.6 58.1 62.0 59.8 58.7 58.6

YDS TD AVG/G 3440 22 312.7 3616 22 301.3 3593 24 276.4 3579 30 275.3 3521 27 251.5 3198 26 246.0 1786 6 198.4 2084 15 173.7 2015 14 167.9 2143 14 164.8

PLAYS 642 600 494 548 599 484 450 323 412 405

TOTAL 4085 3735 3274 3797 3869 3085 2576 1848 2389 2314

YDS/G 314.2 311.2 297.6 292.1 276.4 237.3 214.7 205.3 199.1 178.0

RECEPTIONS/GM TEAM 1. Alexander, Dana MU 2. Meier, Kerry KU 3. Shipley, Jordan UT 4. Briscoe, Dezmon KU 5. Broyles, Ryan OU 6. McKnight,Scotty CU 7. Wright, Kendall BU 8. Torres, Alex TTU 9. Lewis, Detron TTU 10. Banks, Brandon KSU

CL SR SR SR JR SO JR SO FR JR SR

G 13 12 14 11 12 12 12 13 13 12

REC 113 102 116 84 89 76 66 67 65 56

YDS 1781 985 1485 1337 1120 893 740 806 844 705

TD LONG 14 84 8 71 13 88 9 74 15 51 6 56 4 59 6 65 6 61 1 64

AVG/C REC/G 15.8 8.69 9.7 8.50 12.8 8.29 15.9 7.64 12.6 7.42 11.8 6.33 11.2 5.50 12.0 5.15 13.0 5.00 12.6 4.67

REC. YDS/GM TEAM 1. Alexander, Dana MU 2. Briscoe, Dezmon KU 3. Shipley, Jordan UT 4. Broyles, Ryan OU 5. Meier, Kerry KU 6. McKnight,Scotty CU 7. Lewis, Detron TTU 8. Perry, Jared MU 9. Torres, Alex TTU 10. Wright, Kendall BU

CL SR JR SR SO SR JR JR SR FR SO

G 13 11 14 12 12 12 13 11 13 12

REC 113 84 116 89 102 76 65 46 67 66

YDS 1781 1337 1485 1120 985 893 844 696 806 740

TD LONG 14 84 9 74 13 88 15 51 8 71 6 56 6 61 6 48 6 65 4 59

AVG/C YDS/G 15.8 137.0 15.9 121.5 12.8 106.1 12.6 93.3 9.7 82.1 11.8 74.4 13.0 64.9 15.1 63.3 12.0 62.0 11.2 61.7

ALL PURPOSE TEAM 1. Banks, Brandon KSU 2. Briscoe, Dezmon KU 3. Broyles, Ryan OU 4. Alexander, Dana MU 5. Shipley, Jordan UT 6. Thomas, Daniel KSU 7. Gray, Cyrus TAMU 8. Robinson,Alexan ISU 9. Paul, Niles NU 10. Toston,Keith OSU

CL SR JR SO SR SR JR SO JR JR SR

G RUSH 12 110 11 19 12 83 13 10 14 0 12 1265 13 757 12 1195 14 48 13 1218

RCV 705 1337 1120 1781 1485 257 226 261 796 261

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PR 155 0 492 0 311 0 0 0 407 0

KR 1127 432 81 0 74 25 642 0 446 11

YDS AVG/G 2097 174.8 1788 162.5 1776 148.0 1791 137.8 1870 133.6 1547 128.9 1625 125.0 1456 121.3 1697 121.2 1490 114.6

INTERCEPTIONS 1. Thomas, Earl 2. O'Hanlon, Matt Gideon, Blake 4. Hartman, Tysyn 5. Sims,David Lavine,Patrick 7. Cox,Perrish 8. Amukamara, P. 9. Jackson, Brian 10. Gomes, Dejon Carter, Quinton

TEAM UT NU UT KSU ISU OSU OSU NU OU NU OU

CL SO SR SO SO JR SR SR JR SR JR JR

G 14 14 14 12 13 13 11 14 12 13 13

INT 8 6 6 5 5 5 4 5 4 4 4

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. McCoy, Colt 2. Gabbert, Blaine 3. Potts, Taylor 4. Johnson, Jerrod 5. Reesing, Todd 6. Jones, Landry 7. Lee, Zac 8. Robinson,Zac 9. Arnaud,Austen 10. Florence, Nick

TEAM UT MU TTU TAMU KU OU NU OSU ISU BU

CL SR SO JR JR SR FR JR SR JR FR

G 14 13 11 13 12 13 13 12 12 9

ATT 470 445 470 497 496 449 302 301 303 266

PUNT RETURNS 1. Broyles, Ryan 2. Paul, Niles 3. Patterson, Daym 4. Espinoza, Jason

TEAM OU NU KU CU

CL SO JR SO SO

G 12 14 10 10

RET 31 38 21 22

YDS 492 407 168 68

TD 1 1 0 0

LONG 87 59 49 15

AVG 15.9 10.7 8.0 3.1

KICK RETURNS TEAM 1. Banks, Brandon KSU 2. Stephens, Eric TTU 3. Williams, Terra BU 4. Gray, Cyrus TAMU 5. Lockridge,Brian CU 6. Simmons, Jasper MU 7. Cox,Perrish OSU

CL SR FR FR SO SO JR SR

G 12 13 12 13 11 13 11

RET 39 32 31 27 30 36 31

YDS 1127 823 746 642 699 815 649

TD 4 0 0 1 1 0 0

LONG 98 64 51 99 98 34 74

AVG 28.9 25.7 24.1 23.8 23.3 22.6 20.9

PUNTING 1. Way, Tress 2. Sharp,Quinn 3. Epperson, Derek 4. Harry IV, Jake 5. Henery, Alex 6. Rojas, Alonso 7. Doerr, Ryan 8. Erxleben, Ryan 9. Brandtner,Mike 10. Tucker, Justin 11. DiLallo, Matt

YDS 149 105 31 54 79 25 12 63 24 45 24

TD 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

CMP INT 332 12 262 9 309 13 296 8 313 10 261 14 177 10 180 12 178 13 165 9

92 37 31 42 41 21 12 40 21 40 15 PCT 70.6 58.9 65.7 59.6 63.1 58.1 58.6 59.8 58.7 62.0

TEAM OU OSU BU MU NU KU KSU TTU ISU UT CU

CL FR FR JR SR JR JR FR FR SR SO SR

G PUNT 13 61 13 67 12 54 13 61 14 77 12 51 12 38 11 43 13 66 14 43 12 67

YDS LONG 2787 74 3023 67 2420 56 2609 69 3187 76 2108 72 1565 53 1756 55 2690 64 1728 60 2589 57

SCORING TEAM 1. Lawrence, Hunte UT 2. Ressel, Grant MU 3. Broyles, Ryan OU 4. Henery, Alex NU 5. Williams, Matt TTU 6. Bailey,Dan OSU 7. Batch, Baron TTU 8. Branstetter, Ja KU 9. Bullock, Randy TAMU 10. Alexander, Dana MU 11. Shipley, Jordan UT 12. Briscoe, Dezmon KU

CL SR SO SO JR JR JR JR JR SO SR SR JR

G 14 13 12 14 13 12 13 12 13 13 14 11

XPT 61 39 0 38 60 46 0 42 51 0 0 0

TD 0 0 17 0 0 0 15 0 0 14 15 11

FG 24 26 0 24 11 13 0 13 12 0 0 0

0.57 0.43 0.43 0.42 0.38 0.38 0.36 0.36 0.33 0.31 0.31

YDS 3521 3593 3440 3579 3616 3198 2143 2084 2015 1786

TD 27 24 22 30 22 26 14 15 14 6

EFF. 147.4 140.5 137.1 136.7 134.9 130.8 126.9 126.4 121.3 119.1

AVG 45.7 45.1 44.8 42.8 41.4 41.3 41.2 40.8 40.8 40.2 38.6 2XP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PTS 133 117 102 110 93 85 90 81 87 84 90 66

PTS/G 9.5 9.0 8.5 7.9 7.2 7.1 6.9 6.8 6.7 6.5 6.4 6.0

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SCORING (TDS) TEAM 1. Broyles, Ryan OU 2. Batch, Baron TTU 3. Alexander, Dana MU 4. Shipley, Jordan UT 5. Briscoe, Dezmon KU Murray, DeMarco OU 7. Toston,Keith OSU 8. Thomas, Daniel KSU 9. Opurum, Toben KU 10. Johnson, Cody UT 11. Michael, Chr. TAMU 12. Stewart, Rodney CU

CL SO JR SR SR JR JR SR JR FR SO FR SO

G 12 13 13 14 11 12 13 12 11 14 12 11

TD RUSH 17 1 15 14 14 0 15 0 11 1 12 8 12 11 11 11 10 9 12 12 10 10 9 9

SCORING (KICK) TEAM 1. Lawrence, Hunte UT 2. Ressel, Grant MU 3. Henery, Alex NU 4. Williams, Matt TTU 5. Bailey,Dan OSU 6. Branstetter, Ja KU 7. Bullock, Randy TAMU 8. Cherry, Josh KSU 9. Goodman, Aric CU 10. Mahoney,Grant ISU 11. Parks, Ben BU 12. Way, Tress OU

CL SR SO JR JR JR JR SO JR JR SO SO FR

G 14 13 14 13 12 12 13 12 12 13 12 13

PATS 61-62 39-39 38-38 60-61 46-46 42-44 51-51 27-30 31-32 26-30 17-18 11-11

FIELD GOALS TEAM 1. Ressel, Grant MU 2. Lawrence, Hunte UT Henery, Alex NU 4. Bailey,Dan OSU Branstetter, Ja KU 6. Mahoney,Grant ISU Cherry, Josh KSU 8. Bullock, Randy TAMU 9. Williams, Matt TTU 10. Goodman, Aric CU 11. Parks, Ben BU 12. Way, Tress OU

CL SO SR JR JR JR SO JR SO JR JR SO FR

G 13 14 14 12 12 13 12 13 13 12 12 13

FG 26 24 24 13 13 13 12 12 11 10 4 1

PAT KICKING TEAM 1. Lawrence, Hunte UT 2. Williams, Matt TTU 3. Bullock, Randy TAMU 4. Bailey,Dan OSU 5. Branstetter, Ja KU 6. Ressel, Grant MU 7. Henery, Alex NU 8. Goodman, Aric CU 9. Cherry, Josh KSU Mahoney,Grant ISU 11. Stevens, Jimmy OU 12. Parks, Ben BU

CL SR JR SO JR JR SO JR JR JR SO SO SO

G 14 13 13 12 12 13 14 12 12 13 7 12

MADE 61 60 51 46 42 39 38 31 27 26 27 17

TACKLES TEAM 1. Smith,Jesse ISU 2. Pawelek, Joe BU 3. Weatherspoon, S MU 4. Lewis, Travis OU 5. Stuckey, Darrel KU 6. Lake, Jordan BU 7. Booker,Donald OSU 8. Dudley, Drew KU 9. Hunter, Trent TAMU 10. Smith,James ISU 11. Pugh, Jordan TAMU Harris, Chris KU 13. Dillard, P. NU 14. Smart, Jeff CU

CL SR SR SR SO SR SR SR JR SO SR SR JR SR SR

G 13 12 13 13 12 12 13 12 13 13 12 12 12 11

POS LB LB LB S LB LB DB DB DB S LB LB

PASS RET 15 1 1 0 14 0 13 2 9 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FGS 24-27 26-27 24-28 11-14 13-18 13-19 12-19 12-20 10-18 13-20 4-8 1-6

FGA 27 27 28 18 19 20 20 19 14 18 8 6 ATT 62 61 51 46 44 39 38 32 30 30 29 18 SOLO 73 50 75 56 63 54 71 48 56 53 51 58 45 48

PCT. 96.3 88.9 85.7 72.2 68.4 65.0 60.0 63.2 78.6 55.6 50.0 16.7

PAT 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

PTS 133 117 110 93 85 81 87 63 61 65 29 14

PTS PTS/G 102 8.5 90 6.9 84 6.5 90 6.4 66 6.0 72 6.0 74 5.7 66 5.5 60 5.5 72 5.1 60 5.0 54 4.9 PTS/G 9.5 9.0 7.9 7.2 7.1 6.8 6.7 5.2 5.1 5.0 2.4 1.1

FG/G 2.00 1.71 1.71 1.08 1.08 1.00 1.00 0.92 0.85 0.83 0.33 0.08

PCT. 98.4 98.4 100.0 100.0 95.5 100.0 100.0 96.9 90.0 86.7 93.1 94.4 AST TOTAL AVG/G 62 135 10.4 59 109 9.1 36 111 8.5 53 109 8.4 30 93 7.8 38 92 7.7 28 99 7.6 40 88 7.3 38 94 7.2 39 92 7.1 33 84 7.0 26 84 7.0 38 83 6.9 28 76 6.9

SACK 0.0 2.5 4.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 5.0 3.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 3.0 1.0

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SACKS TEAM 1. Miller, Von TAMU 2. Sharpe, Brandon TTU 3. Smith, Aldon MU 4. Suh, Ndamukong NU 5. Beal, Jeremy OU 6. Crick, Jared NU 7. Acho, Sam UT 8. Howard, Daniel TTU 9. Fitzgerald,Jeff KSU 10. Herrod, Marquez CU

CL JR SR FR SR JR SO JR SR SR JR

G 13 12 13 14 13 14 14 13 12 12

POS S DL DE DL DL DL DE DE DT DL

SOLO AST 16 2 14 2 11 1 10 4 9 4 8 3 9 0 7 2 6 2 6 1

YDS 115 104 99 77 72 57 53 53 67 45

TOTAL AVG/G 17.0 1.31 15.0 1.25 11.5 0.88 12.0 0.86 11.0 0.85 9.5 0.68 9.0 0.64 8.0 0.62 7.0 0.58 6.5 0.54

TACKLES FOR LOSS TEAM 1. Miller, Von TAMU 2. Sharpe, Brandon TTU 3. Suh, Ndamukong NU 4. Smith, Aldon MU Beal, Jeremy OU 6. McCoy, Gerald OU 7. Weatherspoon, S MU 8. Houston, Lamarr UT 9. Kindle, Sergio UT 10. Laptad, Jake KU

CL JR SR SR FR JR JR SR SR SR JR

G 13 12 14 13 13 13 13 14 14 12

POS S DL DL DE DL DL LB DT DE DE

SOLO AST 20 3 16 4 17 7 18 2 15 8 14 3 14 2 14 4 12 6 10 4

YDS 125 108 93 126 97 72 47 61 76 50

TOTAL AVG/G 21.5 1.65 18.0 1.50 20.5 1.46 19.0 1.46 19.0 1.46 15.5 1.19 15.0 1.15 16.0 1.14 15.0 1.07 12.0 1.00

FUMBLES FORCED TEAM 1. Miller, Von TAMU 2. Wheeler, Jeff KU 3. Fitzgerald,Jeff KSU Lake, Jordan BU Sharpe, Brandon TTU 6. Sims,David ISU Beal, Jeremy OU Antoine,Lucien OSU Gomes, Dejon NU Johnson,Leonard ISU

CL JR SR SR SR SR JR JR SR JR SO

G 13 11 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 13

NUM AVG/G 4 0.31 3 0.27 3 0.25 3 0.25 3 0.25 3 0.23 3 0.23 3 0.23 3 0.23 3 0.23

FUMBLES REC. 1. Mitchem, F. 2. Acho, Sam 3. Gachkar, Andrew Smith,James 5. Ward,Bryant Smart, Jeff 7. Burton, Marcus Fitzgerald,Jeff Brown, Jalil Johnson, Antoni

TEAM TTU UT MU ISU OSU CU CU KSU CU BU

CL JR JR JR SR JR SR SR SR JR JR

G 10 14 13 13 11 11 12 12 12 12

NUM AVG/G 3 0.30 4 0.29 3 0.23 3 0.23 2 0.18 2 0.18 2 0.17 2 0.17 2 0.17 2 0.17

PASSES DEF. 1. Cox,Perrish 2. Wall, Jamar 3. Brown, Jalil 4. Thomas, Earl 5. Amukamara, P. 6. Moore, Joshua 7. Jackson, Brian Martin,Markelle Pugh, Jordan Harrison, Step.

TEAM OSU TTU CU UT NU KSU OU OSU TAMU KSU

CL SR SR JR SO JR JR SR SO SR JR

G 11 13 12 14 14 12 12 11 12 11

BRUP 15 15 13 9 11 11 8 11 9 11

INT TOTAL 4 19 2 17 2 15 8 17 5 16 2 13 4 12 0 11 3 12 0 11

AVG/G 1.73 1.31 1.25 1.21 1.14 1.08 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

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2009 ALL-BIG 12 TEAMS BIG 12 COACHES

ASSOCIATED PRESS

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE

POS QB RB RB FB WR WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL PK KR/PR

POS QB RB WR WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL PK AP

PLAYER, SCHOOL CL Colt McCoy, Texas ..............................................................................................Sr. Daniel Thomas, Kansas State ............................................................................ Jr. Keith Toston, Oklahoma State............................................................................ Sr. Bryant Ward, Oklahoma State ............................................................................ Jr. Jordan Shipley, Texas ........................................................................................Sr. Danario Alexander, Missouri ..............................................................................Sr. Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas ..................................................................................Jr. Jeron Mastrud, Kansas State ............................................................................ Sr. Russell Okung, Oklahoma State ........................................................................Sr. Trent Williams, Oklahoma ..................................................................................Sr. Nick Stringer, Kansas State ..............................................................................Sr. Brandon Carter, Texas Tech ..............................................................................Sr. Nate Solder, Colorado ........................................................................................Jr. Grant Ressel, Missouri ....................................................................................So. Brandon Banks, Kansas State ............................................................................Sr.

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE POS QB RB RB FB WR WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL OL PK KR/PR

PLAYER, SCHOOL CL Jerrod Johnson, Texas A&M ..............................................................................Jr. Roy Helu Jr., Nebraska ......................................................................................Jr. DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma ..............................................................................Jr. Jamie McCoy, Texas A&M ................................................................................Sr. Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma .................................................................................. So. Kerry Meier, Kansas .......................................................................................... Sr. Brandon Banks, Kansas State............................................................................ Sr. Riar Geer, Colorado .......................................................................................... Sr. J.D. Walton, Baylor............................................................................................ Sr. Chris Hall, Texas ................................................................................................ Sr. Kurtis Gregory , Missouri .................................................................................. Sr. Adam Ulatoski, Texas ........................................................................................ Sr. Brody Eldridge, Oklahoma ................................................................................ Sr. Lee Grimes, Texas A&M .................................................................................... Sr. Alex Henery, Nebraska ...................................................................................... Jr. Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State ............................................................................ Sr.

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE POS DL DL DL DL DL DL LB LB LB DB DB DB DB DB P

PLAYER, SCHOOL CL Ziggy Hood, Missouri ........................................................................................Sr. Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska ..............................................................................Sr. Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma .................................................................................. Jr. Von Miller, Texas A&M ...................................................................................... Jr. Brandon Sharpe, Texas Tech ..............................................................................Sr. Jared Crick, Nebraska ......................................................................................So. Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri ..........................................................................Sr. Jesse Smith, Iowa State ....................................................................................Sr. Travis Lewis, Oklahoma ....................................................................................So. Earl Thomas, Texas ..........................................................................................So. Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State ............................................................................Sr. Dominique Franks, Oklahoma ............................................................................Jr. Prince Amukamara, Nebraska ............................................................................Jr. Larry Asante, Nebraska ....................................................................................Sr. Derek Epperson, Baylor ....................................................................................Jr.

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE POS DL DL DL DL DL LB LB LB DB DB DB DB DB DB P

PLAYER, SCHOOL CL Sergio Kindle, Texas ..........................................................................................Sr. Lamarr Houston, Texas ......................................................................................Sr. Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma .................................................................................... Jr. Jaron Baston, Missouri .................................................................................... Sr. Daniel Howard, Texas Tech ................................................................................ Sr. Joe Pawelek, Baylor .......................................................................................... Sr. Roddrick Muckelroy, Texas ................................................................................Sr. Phillip Dillard, Nebraska ....................................................................................Sr. Jamar Wall, Texas Tech ....................................................................................Sr. Quinton Carter, Oklahoma ..................................................................................Jr. Brian Jackson, Oklahoma ................................................................................Sr. Jordan Lake, Baylor .......................................................................................... Sr. Chaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;pelle Brown, Colorado ................................................................................ Sr. Trent Hunter, Texas A&M .................................................................................. So. Tress Way, Oklahoma ........................................................................................ Fr.

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PLAYER, SCHOOL CL Colt McCoy, Texas ..............................................................................................Sr. Daniel Thomas, Kansas State ............................................................................ Jr. Jordan Shipley, Texas ........................................................................................Sr. Danario Alexander, Missouri ..............................................................................Sr. Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas ..................................................................................Jr. Riar Greer, Colorado .......................................................................................... Sr. Russell Okung, Oklahoma State ........................................................................Jr. Trent Williams, Oklahoma ..................................................................................Sr. Adam Ulatoski, Texas ......................................................................................So. Brandon Carter, Texas Tech ..............................................................................Sr. Reggie Stephens, Iowa State ............................................................................Sr. Grant Ressel, Missouri ....................................................................................So. Brandon Banks, Kansas State ............................................................................Sr.

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE POS QB RB WR WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL PK AP

PLAYER, SCHOOL CL Jerrod Johnson, Texas A&M ..............................................................................Jr. Keith Toston, Oklahoma State ............................................................................Sr. Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma .................................................................................. So. Kerry Meier, Kansas .......................................................................................... Sr. Scotty McKnight, Colorado ................................................................................ Jr. Mike McNeil, Nebraska ...................................................................................... Jr. Kurtis Gregory, Missouri ....................................................................................Sr. Kelechi Osemele, Iowa State..............................................................................So. Nick Stringer, Kansas State ................................................................................Sr. Charlie Tanner, Texas ..........................................................................................Sr. Jacob Hickman, Nebraska ..................................................................................Sr. Alex Henery, Nebraska ...................................................................................... Jr. Cyrus Gray, Texas A&M ....................................................................................So.

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE POS DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB P

PLAYER, SCHOOL CL Brandon Sharpe, Texas Tech ..............................................................................Sr. Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska ..............................................................................Sr. Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma .................................................................................. Jr. Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma ......................................................................................Jr. Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri ..........................................................................Sr. Jesse Smith, Iowa State ....................................................................................Sr. Von Miller, Texas A&M ...................................................................................... Jr. Joe Pawelek, Baylor .......................................................................................... Sr. Earl Thomas, Texas ..........................................................................................So. Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State ............................................................................Sr. Jordan Lake, Baylor ..........................................................................................Sr. Darrell Stuckey, Kansas ....................................................................................Sr. Derek Epperson, Baylor ....................................................................................Jr.

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE POS DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB DB P

PLAYER, SCHOOL CL Sergio Kindle, Texas ..........................................................................................Sr. Lamarr Houston, Texas ......................................................................................Sr. Jared Crick, Nebraska........................................................................................So. Aldon Smith, Missouri ...................................................................................... Fr. Donald Booker, Oklahoma State ........................................................................Sr. Roddrick Muckelroy, Texas ................................................................................Sr. Phillip Dillard, Nebraska ....................................................................................Sr. Travis Lewis, Oklahoma ....................................................................................So. Prince Amukamara, Nebraska ............................................................................Jr. Dominique Franks, Oklahoma ............................................................................Jr. Brian Jackson, Oklahoma ................................................................................Sr. Jimmy Smith, Colorado ......................................................................................Jr. Trent Hunter, Texas A&M .................................................................................. So. Tress Way, Oklahoma ........................................................................................ Fr.

COACHES OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Colt McCoy, Texas COACHES DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska COACH OF THE YEAR: Mack Brown, Texas AP OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Colt McCoy, Texas AP DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska AP COACH OF THE YEAR: Mack Brown, Texas


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