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MANHATTAN, Kan. - National signing day happens next week with the K-State coaches trying to fill only a few holes as returning starters are aplenty on each side of the ball. Already drawing rave review in the KSU camp is quarterback Tay Bender from Lincoln, Neb., who enrolled at the semester break.

The regular season has been completed, and so has the bowl season, so up next for Kansas State's football coaches is the recruiting season, while the players have started their off-season conditioning program. K-State co-offensive coordinator Del Miller gave a "We're in pretty good shape," answer when it comes to filling gaps on the offensive side. "We need to get a backup for Collin (Klein) at... Recommended Stories

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