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Defense Improves, But...

Defense Improves, But...

Kansas State competed with Colorado Saturday, but that was all: Colorado 14, Kansas State 13. The loss leaves K-State 1-2 in the league and 4-3 overall. It marks the third straight season that the ‘Cats have opened the season 4-3.

On paper, it was a better defensive night for Kansas State. After all, the Wildcats' "D" stopped a run of four straight games of giving up 500-plus yards. K-State did hold Colorado to 14 points and 353 yards, but on this night that wasn't enough to secure a victory: Colorado 14, Kansas State 13. "We played good today, but not great," said Wildcat safety Tysyn Hartman It was...

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