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August 26, 2014 12:21 PM

First Kansas State football depth chart is released

Most of the players on the Wildcats’ two deep were predictable, such as Jake Waters starting at quarterback and Tyler Lockett starting at wide receiver, but there were a few surprises. Sophomore Deante Burton will make his first college start at receiver when the Wildcats open the season against Stephen F. Austin on Saturday night.

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