After they played so well against TCU and nearly pulled off the upset, you would have expected the Kansas State Wildcats to come out and play very well in their next game. That wasn’t the case last Saturday as they got blown out, 55-0, by Oklahoma.
The team was only able to manage 110 yards of total offense, while allowing Sooner quarterback Baker Mayfield to throw five touchdowns on the day. The loss was the Wildcats’ third straight and dropped them to 3-3 and 0-3 in the Big 12.
Head coach Bill Synder wasn’t too happy with his team or himself following the embarrassing loss, so he decided to do something about it. According to College Spun, Snyder sent an open letter to the student body of Kansas State, apologizing for the blowout loss.
That seemed to be an unnecessary, but classy move by Snyder. I’m sure fans aren’t going to hold the loss against him too much, but it was still good to see that he cares what the fans think of his team.
The Wildcats play on the road against the Texas Longhorns this week and they are desperate for a conference win.
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