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Flanders Seeks BCS Bowls With Kansas State

Succession. It's a somewhat odd concept in sports, talked about when a current player or coach passes the torch to the next generation. For Timothy Flanders and Kansas State, it's not quite a "succession", but one current KStater sure had an impact on Flanders' recent visit to Manhattan.

"Carson Coffman was my host. He really helped me on my visit. He was a big part of my decision process to come to Kansas State." While not exactly passing the torch from one player to the next as Coffman and Flanders play different positions, the current player – Coffman – helped add the new player – Flanders – and brought home a highly sought after running back in the process. At 5'9" and...

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