All three Kansas State quarterbacks – sophomore Carson Coffman and freshmen Collin Klein and Joseph Kassanavoid – aren’t exactly what Bill Snyder is used to trotting out behind center, but then again, maybe they are.
“All three of us could run this offense,” Kassanavoid said Thursday.
Snyder said the offense wasn’t complete yet. The coach said it would be a process in finding each of their strengths and planning accordingly.
At the moment, Coffman, who played a little last year, is atop the depth chart. It’s his turn, and he was emphatic Thursday about his chances.
“I got a taste, and I’ve been waiting for this opportunity,” he said.
He’s the frontrunner, and he has something to prove. Seems Snyder didn’t offer Coffman out of Kansas City’s Raymore-Peculiar High. Coffman said he ran some wing-T in high school, presumably which should help with the run-based portion of the offense that will likely exist.