K-State notebook

After drop, K-State’s Zimmerman holds on for pick-six

Updated: 2013-11-09T23:05:22Z

Bill Snyder and Ty Zimmerman had a smile-filled exchange after Zimmerman returned an interception 43 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter.

When asked about the back-and-forth, Snyder said he was simply reminding Zimmerman about the good things that can happen when defensive backs hold onto interceptions. Zimmerman dropped a potential pick in the first half.

• Travis Britz blocked his fourth kick of the season against Texas Tech. He is developing a unique skill on special teams.

• Kansas State played in front of bowl representatives for the first time on Saturday. The Alamo Bowl, Fiesta Bowl and Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl all had people in attendance.

| Kellis Robinett, krobinett@kcstar.com

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