K-State running back Justin Silmon ran through two South Dakota defenders in the second quarter Saturday night. Silmon was one of several young Wildcats players to stand out in their college debut.
K-State running back Justin Silmon ran through two South Dakota defenders in the second quarter Saturday night. Silmon was one of several young Wildcats players to stand out in their college debut. File photo by Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
K-State running back Justin Silmon ran through two South Dakota defenders in the second quarter Saturday night. Silmon was one of several young Wildcats players to stand out in their college debut. File photo by Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle

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