Three prominent K-State players battled injuries on Saturday.
Safety Ty Zimmerman and receivers Tyler Lockett and Curry Sexton all left the game. Lockett injured his right arm, and left wearing a sling. But Zimmerman, who appeared to hurt his right leg, and Lockett, who appeared to hurt his left ankle, both walked to the locker room under their own power.
• Senior center B.J. Finney took blame for K-States ineffective offense. He said the offensive line had played its second straight poor game. If it doesnt improve, he thinks the offense will continue to struggle.
We cant lay eggs like this, Finney said.
• Injured linebacker Tre Walker wearing sweat pants and a jersey but no pads led the team onto the field before the game. Snyder doesnt always use travel spots on injured players, but he thought Walker, a vocal leader, could make an impact from the sideline.
• The only bowl representative on hand was from the Alamo Bowl.
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