September 23, 2006
Bold K-State upset attempt falls short
Say this for Kansas State head coach Ron Prince: He's not afraid to take risks.
Four different players threw passes for K-State Saturday (two of whom were actually quarterbacks). The Wildcats also recovered an onside kick, gambled on three fourth downs and attempted a two-point conversion on their lone touchdown.
"There was no doubt in our players' minds how we were going to conduct this game," Prince said. "Fake field goals, fake punts, onside kicks - we were going to use them all."
It wasn't enough, however, to prevent the Wildcats from suffering their first loss of the season, 24-6 to No. 8 Louisville at Snyder Family Stadium.
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