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OLD AND YOUNG ASKED TO COMPETE FOR POSITIONS

MANHATTAN, Kan. - The focal point of this year's Kansas State recruiting class was on the defensive side of the ball. Now, can those new talents play. That's what coach Bill Snyder wants to know and he's willing to give freshmen a fair shot after Tre Walker and Ty Zimmerman stepped to the table in 2010.

It's no secret that Kansas State's defense needs help. The football Wildcats allowed an average of 28.5 points and 441 yards per game. To close out the regular season, they allowed 41, 44 and 38 points, and that doesn't count Syracuse scoring at will against K-State in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl. With that in mind, coach Bill Snyder says positions are open for the taking, which includes first...

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